Okay, so the title is "ASH VS. EVIL DEAD", the network is Starz, it'll be 10 half hour episodes, and it'll come out sometime next year.
And next year is now, so sometime this summer.
Here's the official blurb from Starz.
“Bruce Campbell will be reprising his role as Ash, the stock boy, aging lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity and the terrors of the Evil Dead. When a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind, Ash is finally forced to face his demons –personal and literal. Destiny, it turns out, has no plans to release the unlikely hero from its ‘Evil’ grip.”
And his sidekicks will be Ray Santiago (Touch) and Dana DeLorenzo (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas).
Unless they squeeze in a cameo.
Personally, I'd have her mending in a hospital bed.
The pic above traces back as fanart, but it's damned good fanart.
Hannibal season 3 (2015)
(No pic yet)
Richard Armitage will be Dollarhyde/The Tooth Fairy.
Rutina Wesley will play Reba McClane (the blind girl from Manhunter/Red Dragon).
Gillian Anderson will be back in a bigger capacity than last season.
Joe Anderson will replace Michael Pitt as Mason Verger.
And, Raul Esparaza will be back as Chilton (spoiler, he didn't die).
They're gonna cram "Hannibal Rising", a lot of "Hannibal", and seemingly all of "Red Dragon", into this one.
It's been pushed up to July.
They're going to treat the long break as real time, and cover what happened to the characters in that year gap.
Episodes 1-3 will show what happened to Hannibal, and then episode 4 will finally show what happened to the rest of the cast right after the cliffhanger.
Friday The 13th (the re-remake) (2015)
It's not going to be found footage (hooray!), and it'll deal with how Jason keeps coming back.
(Um, the Necronomicon, duh!)
Roberto Orci has been kicked out of the director chair for Star Trek 3, and replaced with Justin Lin (Fast & Furious series), and they scrapped the script by that crazy Mormon (whose name I refused to bother to remember), and its now being co-written by Simon Pegg and Doug Jung.
I've done seen it. Spidey is joining the MCU, it's happening.
Spidey will pop up first in an unspecified Marvel film (I'm thinking Civil War), then Marvel and Sony will co-produce an MCU linked Spidey reboot.
Adding Spidey to the Marvel timeline means "Thor: Ragnarok", gets bumped down to November 3rd 2017, "Black Panther", gets bumped down to July 6th 2018, "Captain Marvel", gets bumped to November 2nd 2018, and "Inhumans", gets bumped to July 12th 2019.
"Avengers: Infinity War", remains set.
And, one assumes Spidey will be there.