The cold and snow keeps coming, but the showbiz news remains hot!  Time for a round-up!

Paramount is developing a new Star Trek movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  The new project will be helmed by Toby Haynes, who directed episodes of Andor, and written by Seth Grahame-Smith.  This movie will be set decades before the events of the J.J. Abrams' Star Trek movie (see "New 'Trek'").  The fourth movie for Pine's Enterprise crew was pulled from development in 2022 (see "'Star Trek' Sequel").

Disney+ announced Star Wars: The Mandalorian & Grogu, according to Variety.  Jon Favreau will direct this extension of The Mandalorian streaming show (see "'The Mandalorian'"), which is in development for Season 4, and finally bring Baby Yoda to the big screen.

Ahsoka Season 2 is in the works at Lucasfilm, according to Variety.  This was confirmed by Dave Filoni, who was recently promoted (see "Lucasfilm Promotes Filoni").

AMC recently released a first look trailer of The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live (see below).  This spinoff was teased back in July 2023 (see "Teases New Spinoff"), and will hit AMC and AMC+ on February 25, 2024.

Paramount+ revealed the official trailer for Halo Season 2 (see below).  The Halo series returns to streaming on February 8, 2024 (see "'Halo the Series' Renewed").

Amazon has optioned Ed Brubaker's Criminal for development, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Criminal was originally released in 2006 under Marvel’s creator-owned Icon imprint (see "Brubaker's 'Criminal'"), and ended up with 2007 Eisner Awards for best new series and best writer (see “DC Dominates Eisners”).

Netflix has released a trailer for Masters of the Universe: Revolution, the new animated series from Kevin Smith.  His first Masters of the Universe series for Netflix, Masters of the Universe: Revelations, came out in 2021 (see "’MotU: Revelations’ Trailer").  Netflix also released a He-Man animated series, targeted at younger viewers, that year (see "’He-Man’ Trailer").

Netflix has also released a trailer with clips for the many anime series and features it’s announced for 2024, including Devil May Cry, Sonic Primer, Delicious in Dungeon, From me to you, Beastars (final season), The Witcher: Sirens of the Deep, Tomb Raider: The Legend of Lara Croft, Maboroshi, Ultraman: Rising, and more.

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.