Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Blogging Roundup: 13 April to 1 June 2020

The Wertzone
Michael Moorcock rules out an ELRIC TV show or movie in the near future, citing similarities to THE WITCHER
A legal dispute may have confirmed the ELDER SCROLLS VI subtitle
Henry Cavill to resume his role as Superman
Cover art for new Joe Abercrombie book revealed
LORD OF THE RINGS: THE SECOND AGE given greenlight to resume filming in August
Original DRAGONRIDERS OF PERN trilogy to get first UK audiobook release
A first look at CBS's unexpectedly topical adaptation of THE STAND
CBS greenlights STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS, featuring Captain Pike
George Miller locks in a MAD MAX: FURY ROAD prequel as his next project
Bethesda updates STARFIELD website for the first time
MAFIA, one of the best video games of all time, is getting a full remake this year
Katee Sackhoff to join THE MANDALORIAN
Square Eidos selling 53 great games (and DAIKATANA) for peanuts
Temuera Morrison to return as Boba Fett in THE MANDALORIAN
DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS movie gets yet yet another creative shake-up
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA 3.0 gets its showrunner, confirmed to be yet another remake
Taika Waititi signs with Lucasfilm to direct and co-write a STAR WARS film
Frontier Developments developing a WARHAMMER: AGE OF SIGMAR real-time strategy game
Games Workshop revives original WARHAMMER setting in completely unforeseen development
Amblin Entertainment developing a film version of THE FIRST FIFTEEN LIVES OF HARRY AUGUST
Chris Wooding confirmed to be a writer on ASSASSIN'S CREED: VALHALLA
New DISCWORLD TV adaptations announced, unrelated to THE WATCH
UK cover art for Brandon Sanderson's RHYTHM OF WAR revealed
Rockstar only "early in development" on GRAND THEFT AUTO VI
New Daniel Abraham epic fantasy novel confirmed for 2021
A brand new XCOM game is coming out this month
More images released from the new DUNE movie
Our first glimpse of Denis Villeneuve's DUNE
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