It's one week closer to Halloween, Hollywood news is coming in, and it's time for a round-up!

Amazon Prime Video released an official trailer for Invincible Season 2 (see below).  New episodes will start streaming on November 3, 2023 (see "'Invincible' S2 Now Two Chapters").

Netflix dropped a trailer for Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (see below).  The new anime series, based on the Bryan Lee O’Malley graphic novels (see "'Scott Pilgrim,'"), will hit streaming on November 17, 2023.

Marvel Studios has offloaded the head writers and directors of Daredevil: Born Again, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Production on this series was officially paused due to the WGA strike in early September (see "Marvel Delays").  In late September, scribes Chris Ord and Matt Corman and the directors were let go, posing a significant reboot for the production.

Melissa McBride is set to return as Carol Peletier in The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, as announced by AMC at New York Comic Con 2023.  She will star alongside Norman Reedus as a regular on the series.  This casting decision was overwhelmingly well-received by TWD fans because it lives up to Scott Gimple's original announcement (made when the original TWD series was ending) that the Daryl Dixon series would be a Daryl and Carol spinoff (see "End of 'The Walking Dead'").

Disney+ has fired up The Rocketeer reboot by adding scribe Eugene Ashe, according to The Wrap.  The new project, based on Dave Stevens' The Rocketeer character that is now under the IDW Publishing mantle (see "'The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures'"), will be produced by David Oyelowo's Yoruba Saxon Productions.

Netflix has picked up Star Trek: Prodigy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Star Trek: Prodigy, an animated series (see "'Star Trek' Renewals, Release Dates"), was cut by Paramount+ with Season 2.  Netflix will stream Season 1 in 2023, and then, Season 2 when it completes production in 2024.

For more information on geek movie releases, check out ICv2's Best in Shows Geek Movie Calendar.  Currently, our calendars show releases running through 2027.