We round up the geek movie news from recent days, with news on upcoming films, a release of a 40-year-old classic, and how AT&T will market Warner Bros. films.’The Green Hornet’ Set for Movie Reboot”), and wrote Wonderland, a Mark Wahlberg feature adapting a Robert E. Parker book series, which recently finished shooting for Netflix. Kirkman walked with ICv2 about Oblivion Song earlier this year (see “ICv2 Interview: Robert Kirkman Part 1”). Legendary Envisions Multiple Adaptations for Lemire’s ‘Black Hammer’”), include a shared universe between the film and TV projects, Lemire revealed to ComicBook.com. Lemire is currently writing an initial screenplay. ’Black Adam’”), has a director; horror director Jaume Collet-Serra has been signed to helm the film.
AT&T will market WarnerMedia movies (and TV shows) in its 2200 company-owned stores, according to Media Play News. Some AT&T stores have already given away movie tickets (to Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald) and displayed movie props from Warner Bros. movies.First Look at ‘The Kitchen’”). Release is planned for August 8. A new edition of the graphic novel is planned for July (see “New Edition of ‘The Kitchen’”).