More showbiz news has trickled in, and it's time for another round-up!

Regal Cinemas will close 39 movie theater locations, according to legal filings obtained by Variety.  This closure is likely due to parent company Cineworld's filing for bankruptcy in September 2022.  The COVID-19 pandemic clearly took a toll on Cineworld as the company was forced to temporarily close all 536 of its locations in 2020 (see "Coronavirus Shuffling").  

Amazon’s Prime Video released a teaser trailer for Invincible S2 (see below).  Invincible, which features the voices of Steven Yeun as the title character and Seth Rogan as Allen the Alien, was renewed for both a Season 2 and Season 3 one day after the end of Season 1 (see "'Invincible' Renewed for Two").

Disney dropped the official trailer and a new poster for The Mandalorian S3 (see below).  The new trailer picks up where The Book of Boba Fett (see "'Book of Boba Fett") left off with Din Djarin and Grogu off on new adventures through the Star Wars galaxy in the slightly-used Naboo N1 Starfighter that they had modified in Mos Eisley.  The new season, headed for Disney+ on March 1, 2023, stars Pedro Pascal, Katee Sackhoff, Carl Weathers, Amy Sedaris, Emily Swallow, and Giancarlo Esposito.

The Cobra Kai series is coming to an end after their upcoming S6, which will be their fourth season on Netflix (see "'Cobra Kai' S3").  The creators of Cobra Kai (Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg) posted a letter to fans (see below) announcing the conclusion of the series, but leaving the door open for further Miyagiverse stories to be told in the future.

Tron: Ares is moving forward at Disney+ with Jared Leto to star in the film and a possible new director at the helm, according to Variety.  Joachim Ronning is in talks to direct this third chapter in the Tron film series based off a script written by Jesse Wigutow which follows the events of Tron: Legacy. Tron 3 was originally bumped back in 2015 due to a crowded slate (see "Disney Stands Down on 'Tron 3'"), but is now back on the Grid thanks to Leto's championing of the project.

Ezra Miller has pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of unlawful trespassing and faces up to a year of probation and a $500 fine, according to CNBC.  The Flash and Fantastic Beasts star alleged entered a neighbor's house and stole bottles of liquor last May, and was charged with trespassing, burglary and petit larceny.  The plea deal, which involves 41 additional conditions, allows Miller to escape serving jail time.  This was Miller's third arrest over the course of three months in 2022 (see "Another Arrest for 'The Flash'").

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