Charge up the proton packs. It's time for the next chapter in the Ghostbuster universe. Jason Reitman, son of the original film's director, brings the nostalgia with a trailer filled with ghosts, an army of mini Stay Puff Marshmallow men, and a running Ecto-1. Picking up after the two films, it stars Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard, Carrie Coon, and Mckenna Grace, along with original cast members Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Sigourney Weaver. Ghostbusters: Afterlife will premier only in theaters on November 11, 2021.
Paul McCartney's career is nothing short of legendary — and now he can live forever. "Find My Way", Sir Paul's collaboration with Beck, finds a young, deep-faked McCartney dancing through a bizarre hotel hallway. The track is featured along with remixes from other artists on McCartney's McCartney III Imagined record.
The killer doll is back. Picking up where Cult of Chucky left off, the series will follow the Good Guy doll gone bad after a young boy picks him up at a yard sale. The show is lead by Child's Play creator Don Mancini and will feature the original voice of Chucky Brad Dourif. The series will premiere on October 12, 2021, on SYFY and USA Network.
After nearly eight years, Dexter Morgan is returning to our living rooms. The serial killer posing as a blood splatter expert is back at it for a 10-episode limited series, hoping to give fans what they missed out on from the original series finale. It'll pick up a few years after we last saw Dexter, and although he's a long way from Miami, not much has changed. Michael C. Hall will reprise his iconic role and the show's original showrunner Clyde Phillips has returned, while Jamie Chung, Julia Jones, and Alano Miller will be joining the cast. The Dexter revival will premiere on Showtime this fall.