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Empire Spoilers: The Big Death Just Got A Lot Messier

Spoilers ahead for the October 17 episode of Empire on Fox. If you haven’t caught the episode yet, feel free to check out some of our spoiler-free stories until you get the chance to tune in.

The Season 5 premiere of Empire ended on a killer cliffhanger revealing a major death is on the way. The mystery is going to play out through the entire season, so the premiere naturally didn’t show who was going to be in a coffin. The good news for fans dying for details is that the October 17 episode of Empire ended on another flash-forward that gives a little bit more away. The bad news is that it was a bloody mess, and the death just got more complicated. Oh, Empire.

Let’s start with a quick recap of the flash-forward action. The big death was first revealed in the final moments of the fifth season premiere when time flashed forward six months, when Lucious was seen standing grimly over a coffin. He said “I’m sorry” to the casket, and it felt pretty clear that whoever died was somebody important to Lucious. A second flash-forward was set during the funeral. Thirsty Rawlings came up to tell Lucious that the limo was waiting and ask who he wanted to ride with.

Lucious told Thirsty that he intended to ride alone, but before he could get going, a pair of federal agents came and told Lucious they needed to talk. At that point, it was impossible to say if the feds wanted to chat with Lucious because they suspected him of something, there had been some development in whatever resulted in the big death, or they were just a thorn in his side unrelated to the death.

Well, the flash-forward in the latest episode may be hinting that Lucious is going to be in trouble with the feds. At the very least, the situation leading up to the big death is going to be very messy. This latest flash-forward was set five months in the future, so it takes place before the funeral. Lucious stumbled out of a room, looking very shaken.

It’s not difficult to guess why he was shaken up, as the flash-forward quickly reveals that he’s covered in blood on one side of his torso. At first, it’s impossible to say if the blood is his or that of somebody else, and Lucious looks more confused than agonized or enraged. When he pulls back his jacket to examine the blood, however, it looks an awful lot like he’s the one bleeding. Lucious seems to be quite seriously injured.

Whatever happens that leads to the death, a lot of blood will be shed in the final chain of events. Unless the funeral is held a full month after Lucious stumbled out clutching his bloody side, the incident in the latest flash-forward probably didn’t immediately result in the big death.

Of course, it’s not out of the realm of possibility for somebody on Empire to hide a body and conceal a death, which could conceivably work for a month. Still, my money is on the big death happening as a consequence of Lucious’ bloody encounter, not because of the bloody encounter.

The events of the episode prior to the flash-forward may have dropped a valuable clue about who sets the events in motion and what character is the one to bite the dust. The final scene before the flash-forward featured Giselle visiting Diana in prison, and Diana seems like more than a match for Giselle. Nevertheless, Giselle struck a nerve when she brought up the Lyons, and here’s what Diana had to say:

The Lyons. Oh yes, the Lyons. Kingsley promised me he would teach the Lyons. They need to know how it feels to put one of your own into the ground.

Given that Diana’s ominous line about the Lyons needing to learn the feeling of burying one of their own came directly before the flash-forward to a bloody Lucious, we can probably be confident that Diana is going to have something to do with what goes wrong for the Lyons. After the events of Season 5 so far, Diana appears to have come to the conclusion that she can’t really count on Kingsley to get things done on his own.

Diana will still need some help if she’s going to take down at least one of the Lyons. After all, she is still locked up in prison. Considering what may be mutual disdain for Kingsley and a mutual desire to make the Lyon family pay, Giselle could turn out to be a valuable ally to Diana. She’s not the most trustworthy person in the world and the recent death of Eddie hasn’t changed her for the better.

It should be interesting to see who Diana surrounds herself in her mission to destroy the Lyons. Although the episode did add to the mounting evidence that it is indeed one of the Lyons who dies rather than a friend or somebody else important, we still can’t say for certain that it’s one of the major members of the family. Cookie’s death would be the biggest deal, and I’m not sure Empire would do anything that gets rid of Taraji P. Henson unless she wanted to leave the show.

The three Lyon boys are arguably in the most danger. Andre proved that he’s still a wild card, so he could wind up in a dangerous situation that escalates a little too high. Hakeem seems determined to stay out of messes, but he doesn’t have the best luck. Jamal is in love and looking to marry his boyfriend (who is unfortunately missing and possibly dead); wouldn’t it be classic Empire for the show to kill him off after he believed he could marry Kai?

We’ll have to wait and see. Empire is off next week due to the World Series, so you’ll have to last an extra week between episodes this time around. New episodes of Empire typically air on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. If baseball isn’t up your alley and you’re still in the market for other shows as well, take a look at our fall TV premiere schedule. For some streaming TV options, swing by our 2018 Netflix premiere guide.

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Avengers 4: What We Know So Far

What Is The Avengers 4 Release Date?

Unlike the previous three year gaps between Avengers movies, Avengers 4 will be released only a year after Avengers: Infinity War, on May 3, 2019. Its principal photography began in late summer of 2017, only a few weeks after Infinity War wrapped shooting. Avengers 4 was previously known as Avengers: Infinity War Part II, but, in 2016, that title was removed to make it clear that this was one singular movie as opposed to the second half of a larger story (the real title has yet to be announced). However, Marvel fans should still expect close connectivity between Avengers 4 and Infinity War, hence why they don’t have to wait nearly as long for the follow-up.

Black Ops 4’s First Patch Increases Blackout Player Count

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 hasn’t even been out a week yet and already Treyarch has released the game’s first patch boasting tweaks across all modes, including a boost to the duos player count in Blackout. If you and your partner are in the market for more targets peppered across the battle royale map, hopefully an extra dozen opponents will do the trick.

The speed with which Treyarch is making adjustments to Black Ops 4 shouldn’t come as too big of a surprise, as the developer was able to roll out similar patches in the Blackout beta every couple of days. That’s an impressive feat and, particularly for a genre that is highly competitive right now, a huge advantage. One of the major advantages Fortnite has on other battle royale games is that Epic is constantly updating the game, which means players feel listened to, annoying bugs are squashed before they chase away players and fresh content gives everyone a reason to keep checking back in.

As noted above and highlighted in the Black Ops 4 reddit, one of the big highlight’s of the Oct. 16 update is a shift in player count for Blackout. Duos has been boosted to 100 players, which makes me wonder if the standard 88 meant that action was not unfolding at a desired pace for that particular version of the mode. If they want to make sure things stay decently busy, another six teams of players should help kick things up a notch. While no changes were made to the solo mode, the Quads mode is now set at 88 players, or 22 teams of four. This item includes a message that Treyarch that they’re continuing to tweak things across all modes so, if you’re not happy with the new player counts, there’s always the chance things will change again.

This is a great way to approach development for a battle royale mode and, again, has helped catapult Fortnite to the top of the pile. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Blackout continue to mirror the current genre champion moving forward. In other words, once they’ve got the basics nailed down and are happy with the mode and map, I fully anticipate a regular stream of new modes, special events and maybe even unexpected alterations to the map.

Other noteworthy alterations include the ability to create a party of six before heading into a round of team deathmatch and the featured playlist has been swapped to Heist for the time being. The post lists a bunch of additional tweaks, most of which are focused on addressing various glitches and crash issues. There’s even a separate list of additional fixes specifically for the PC version of Black Ops 4.

Be sure to give Blackout’s new player count a go and let us know what you think in the comments below. Better yet, reach out to Treyarch with your two cents, as they seem pretty keen on listening to the community and responding with a quickness.

Soon You’ll Be Able To Play Classic Sega Games In HD

Retro consoles are an in-thing right now. A lot of people love rekindling the classics that make up for a large part of their nostalgia when it comes to interactive entertainment. Sega has had several retro consoles make their way onto the market, but the latest attempt will allow you to play classic games in HD come April, 2019.

Over on the Analogue website, it explains how the game set out to bring the classic games from the 16-bit era in for a full HD experience in today’s generation of gaming. The pitch for the console is that Analogue has teamed up with Sega to offer a true 1:1 gaming experience on the home console that allows for gamers to use classic Genesis, Mega Drive, and Master System cartridges in the new system. The hook is that Analogue has bypassed emulation and any sort of latency or performance issues that can sometimes crop up with emulation.

The device also supports the ability to connect to the Sega-CD and upscale the games to run at full HD in 1080 progressive scan format. The Mega SG unit utilizes what’s described as an advanced HD upscaler for lossless performance when running the games, and lagless video output.

This is supposed to be a fix over the previous Sega Genesis Flashback systems from ATGames, which have been criticized for a number of issues. These include the fact that the standard 85 games that have been advertised to be bundled into the package are oftentimes composed of a lot of homebrew software, or that the output isn’t that great at 720p, and that navigating the menus is always a pain.

Sega decided to partner with Analogue this time around for the retro console following a string of complaints from critics and gamers alike. The new console will still use the traditional 2.5Ghz wireless controllers, but this time the controllers are being provided by 8BitDo, which features six face buttons, left and right bumpers, a digital pad, and three system buttons, in addition to a big blue start button. The wireless controllers will be sold separately and will come with a wireless adapter.

Like many other retro consoles, you’ll be able to play classic games like Gunstar Heroes and Sonic The Hedgehog with new-school video filters, including multiple resolution options, scanline options, scalers, and HD sprite filters. The sound is also fine-tuned at 48KHz with 16-bit stereo output.

Also, unlike the NES and SNES Classic Editions where Nintendo gave each region their own specified livery, Analogue will allow gamers to choose from four different colors based on the different regions that the Sega consoles released in, including the U.S.A. livery, E.U. and Japanese liveries, and a special white livery, which is probably more reminiscent of the Saturn or Dreamcast.

You’ll be able to use the various 1990 era Sega add-on devices with the Mega SG unit, including the Sega CD add-on, the Mega CD add-on, and the Game Genie for the Genesis.

There are definitely some things done right with the system, but having to pay extra for all the add-ons and wireless controllers might turn some gamers off. We’ll see how well it does when it finally ships next year, in April of 2019.

Sean Bean Is Going To Die Again In Hitman 2

There’s one actor who has picked up a lot of notoriety for having elaborate deaths in movies and television shows… Sean Bean. While, yes, there are other actors who have died in more films than Bean (such as John Hurt), he is specifically known for rarely making it to the end credit scenes in a film. Well, he’s about to add video games to his ever-going repertoire of on-screen deaths now that he’s joined the cast of IO Interactive’s Hitman 2.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive announced that international superstar Sean Bean has joined the cast of characters in Hitman 2 in the role of Mark Faba, an Elusive Target. Who is Faba? He’s actually a rather interesting character, as a former MI5 agent who left the organization to take up the role of a freelance assassin, and managed to capture the rather intimidating nickname of “The Undying.”

Faba becomes renown within the world of assassination as a master of faking his death and taking out his targets with precision. So, who better to assassinate an assassin than one of the best assassins in the world?

Players will don the role of Agent 47, who must track down and eliminate the very elusive Mark Faba, and attempt to put an end to his assassination gimmicks once and for all.

The announcement was accompanied by a live-action trailer featuring Sean Bean as Mark Faba speaking with his therapist.

The live-action trailer is really cool, as it features Sean Bean talking about the different items he could use within the therapist’s office for the purpose of an assassination. He ends up shooting the therapist with a silenced pistol and speaks into a camera within the room, saying that they still haven’t sent their best. It turns out that the therapist was a lure setup by Agent 47, and Faba beckons 47 to meet him in Miami. What’s also neat is that all of the weapons used in the trailer can be used in the game, which are outlined over on the Elusive Target website.

We now know that you’ll be able to hunt down Mark Faba in Hitman 2 within the Miami stage. However, you’ll only have 10 days to take him down and only one chance to make the hit.

If Hollywood were really interested in turning the Hitman franchise into a mega-blockbuster, this would have been the story to pluck for a movie. Having a formidable Agent 47 hunting down Sean Bean’s Mark Faba in an international cat and mouse game — with the ICA attempting to cover up the assassinations in order to save face for MI5 — would make for a great espionage spy-thriller, almost something akin to The Day of the Jackal or the Jason Bourne films.

You’ll be able to dive into the decadence of death with Agent 47 and Sean Bean as Mark Faba come November 20th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, when Hitman 2 launches.

Halloween Is The Highest Pre-Selling Horror Movie Of 2018

As it should be, this month is a big one for horror movies, with new films, sequels and remakes all offering up delightful frights. Easily the biggest and most anticipated horror movie this month is David Gordon Green’s Halloween reboot-quel. There are a lot of reasons to think that this movie is going to be a big hit when it opens this weekend, and now we have another accomplishment to add to the list, as Halloween is the highest pre-selling horror movie of 2018.

This impressive stat comes from Atom Tickets, where Halloween is the top horror pre-seller this year based on advance tickets sold through the platform in the two weeks prior to a film’s opening. Beyond just the actual advance ticket sales indicating a high level of interest in Halloween, there is also a evidence that there is major awareness around the franchise that could drive its success.

Atom Tickets polled its users and found that 70% of its users have seen at least one Halloween movie and 48% of Latinx Atom users have seen all of the Halloween films. The poll also found that Latinx Atom users are twice as likely to see Halloween than other racial groups.

This is an important statistic and demographic because Latinx fans turn out for horror movies, and as we saw with The Nun, that group overcame the film’s bad reviews to deliver the biggest hit yet in The Conjuring Universe. So Halloween can hope for that same audience to help drive its success, particularly since Halloween is enjoying much better reviews than The Nun.

Advance ticket sales aren’t a surefire guarantee of box office success, as Solo: A Star Wars Story proved, but they aren’t nothing either. This year has already been a big one for horror with buzzed about original titles like A Quiet Place and Hereditary and entries in popular existing franchises like The Nun and The First Purge all releasing.

So for Halloween to be the best pre-seller in a year full of great horror in the middle of the horror renaissance speaks to how excited people are to see this film, as they made the move to buy tickets in advance.

Halloween has a lot of factors going for it, like the fact that it is arriving at the perfect time, in advance of its namesake holiday. Also, Halloween has greater name recognition, brand awareness and longevity than the other horror films this year it beat in pre-sales and that all plays a part.

Atom Tickets also polled its users about the scariest movie killers and the top two were Michael Myers and Pennywise. We saw last year with IT just how powerful potent nostalgia mixed with great reviews and timing can be, and that bodes well for Halloween.

Halloween has been tracking between $50 million and $85 million, but CinemaBlend’s own Eric Eisenberg thinks those numbers are way too low and Halloween will crack $100 million opening weekend. And with Atom Ticket’s pre-sale news, evidence is mounting that he could be right.

We’ll find out just how big Halloween will be when it opens in theaters this Friday, October 19. For all the year’s biggest movies, check out our release schedule.

Why Daredevil Doesn’t Feature Fun MCU Easter Eggs In Season 3

Having Daredevil and the other Marvel shows on Netflix exist in the MCU has continued to give fans hope that there would be crossovers at some point. While that hasn’t happened, and likely won’t, if you were thinking that Daredevil Season 3 would, at least, make some nods to the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve got bad news for you. But, at least we know why the show will forego the Easter Eggs this season. Here’s what star Charlie Cox had to say when CinemaBlend’s own Corey Chichizola visited the set for roundtable interviews earlier this year:

This actually isn’t such a bad idea. The Netflix shows in the MCU have always been the more grounded entries in that universe, and, while throwing in some Easter Eggs that pointed toward that larger world wouldn’t ruin the experience for fans, it might serve to take away from the nitty-gritty, street level story the show is telling now. Especially considering what happened to Matt at the end of The Defenders.

The Defenders, of course, was the culmination of all the Marvel Netflix shows up to that point. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage came together to fight the mystical Hand, which had reincarnated Matt’s friend and former lover Elecktra to use her as a weapon that would allow them to continue their powerful, basically immortal, lives.

The ending of The Defenders saw The Hand defeated, but the new superpowered team lost Matt to a cave-in when the high rise they were fighting beneath collapsed. But, the final scene of that superhero crossover showed how Matt would come back, with him somehow being rescued and taken to his (previously presumed dead) mother’s convent to heal. So, it makes a lot of sense that the show would want to get back to more grounded stories.

Season 3 is going to see some big changes for both Matt and Daredevil. At some point during the season, Matt will make the decision to stop using his fancy red suit, and actually go back to fighting in regular old black clothes with either a dark scarf or torn cloth over the top part of his face, just like in the first season. According to the trailers, Matt will also be dealing with what seems like a pretty serious crisis of conscience, as he tries to figure out the best way to protect the people of New York now, given all that’s happened.

Matt and his crime-fighting alter-ego will also be dealing with a very dangerous and crafty new villain in the form of Bullseye, along with Wilson Fisk entering full Kingpin mode and setting his sights on Matt. So, while he has a lot to deal with already, Season 3 is going to be heavy on potentially life-altering conflicts and revelations. And, this all means that keeping things centered on the characters that Daredevil has developed over two seasons will be of utmost importance.

Season 3 of Daredevil already sounds like it’s going to be one ridiculously intense crime thriller, and I’m sure there are going to be enough surprises in store for fans that they won’t even miss those Easter Eggs. You can check out the new season when it hits Netflix this Friday, on October 19.

NYPD Blue Revival Will Kill Off A Major Original Series Character

TV revivals and sequels have been huge hits on the small screen in recent years, even if one of the biggest came to an unceremonious end earlier this year. Now, another classic series is coming back to television without rebooting its entire universe, but it won’t be back without killing off a huge character. Yes, NYPD Blue is getting a revival, and it’s killing off Andy Sipowicz to do it.

An NYPD: Blue revival is in the works at ABC, and the premise of the project revolves around the death of original series protagonist Andy Sipowicz. The new show would be based on Theo Sipowicz, who followed in his father’s footsteps and pursued law enforcement. His goal is to earn his shield as a detective and investigate crime out of his dad’s old 15th precinct. He works to use his NYPD resources to investigate his dad’s murder.

Well, if the NYPD: Blue revival project scores a series order, fans won’t be able to hold out hope that the elder Sipowicz will be teaming up with his son, unless flashbacks or hallucinations are in play. A lot may depend on when Andy Sipowicz was murdered. If he died shortly after the end of NYPD: Blue in 2005, he likely couldn’t have worked with his son as a cop. If it was later… well, perhaps Dennis Franz could reprise the role somehow.

The show would obviously be quite different from the original thanks to how heavily NYPD Blue revolved around Andy Sipowicz, but fans can probably expect a revival to feel similar to the original. Matt Olmstead and Nick Wootton, who wrote and executive produced on NYPD Blue during its initial run on ABC, are on board to write and executive produce the new project. They’re not the only ones from the NYPD Blue family attached.

Jesse Bochco will direct and executive produce on the NYPD Blue revival as well. Bochco worked as a producer on the original series, and he is the son of NYPD Blue co-creator Steven Bochco, who passed away at the age of 74 back in April. Steven Bochco’s wife, Dayna Bochco, is a producer as well.

All of this said, there are no guarantees at this point that a revival of NYPD _Blue_ will make it to primetime. Although Variety reports that the project has scored a pilot production commitment from ABC, a pilot production commitment is far from a series order. There are plenty of steps ahead of the project before it potentially makes it to the airwaves.

It would certainly appeal to any original series fans who hope for appearances from previous stars, although ride-or-die Sipowicz fans may not want to check out a show that killed off Andy. We can only wait and see what’s in store yet. ABC has had some incredible success with revivals, so it’s possible that NYPD Blue could become a priority for the network. A revival debuting in 2019 or beyond could certainly do things the original couldn’t without attracting legal trouble!

Godzilla Vs. Kong: An Updated Cast List

There are plenty of monsters living in Warner Bros’ MonsterVerse franchise (as one would expect with a name like that), but two reign above the rest. In 2014, Godzilla‘s eponymous beast roared back onto American screens to dispatch the MUTOs, and last year, Kong: Skull Island wound the clock back to 1973 to show King Kong retaliating against the humans who bombed his home and battling Skullcrawlers. In 2020, these two will finally face off in the appropriately-titled, Adam Wingard-directed Godzilla vs. Kong.

While this won’t be the first time that Godzilla and King Kong have crossed paths in cinematic history, it is the first time it’s going down in a Hollywood franchise. Naturally Godzilla vs. Kong‘s main draw will be seeing those two monsters engaged in battle and possibly teaming up to fight a greater threat. But naturally, there will be humans around to witness this conflict, and with that in mind, we’ve assembled this list of all the actors who’ve been announced for Godzilla vs. Kong.

Kyle Chandler

Starting off, Godzilla vs. Kong is bringing back three familiar MonsterVerse faces. Well, they’ll be familiar once Godzilla: King of the Monsters comes out next year. The first person is Kyle Chandler’s Mark Russell, ex-husband of Emma Russell and father of Madison Russell. Mark will team up with others in King of the Monsters to save Emma and Madison, and while it remains to be seen how that rescue mission unfolds, at least we know he’ll make it out alive. It’s possible King of the Monsters‘ ending will hint at how/why he’s in Godzilla vs. Kong, but for now, like the rest of the cast, specific details of his involvement are being kept under wraps. Chandler has also appeared in Argo, Game Night, First Man, the Friday Night Lights TV series and Bloodline.

Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobby Brown catapulted to worldwide fame when she debuted as Eleven in Netflix’s Stranger Things. She’s still one of the TV series’ main players, but Godzilla: King of the Monsters will mark her film debut, and what a way for people to first see you on the big screen. Brown is playing Madison Russell, who, like her father, will survive the events of King of the Monsters and be back for Godzilla vs. Kong. From what we’ve seen of King of the Monsters so far, Madison will be at the center of all the insanity, where she’ll see some, if not all, of the gigantic creatures, like Mothra. Watching Godzilla and King Kong throw down in fisticuffs shouldn’t be too out of the ordinary for her then, though she and the others would still be wise to keep their distance.

Zhang Ziyi

The last established MonsterVerse character who’s been announced to return for Godzilla vs. Kong for is Dr. Chen, played by Zhang Ziyi. No details about Dr. Chen have been revealed yet, but she will be someone that figures prominently in the MonsterVerse. Given the doctorate, presumably she works alongside Ken Watanabe’s Ishiro Serizawa and Sally Hawkins’ Vivienne Graham at Monarch, the organization that studies these monsters, but we can’t say that with certainty yet. Either way, Dr. Chen will witness Godzilla and King Kong’s clash. Zhang’s other credits include Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Memoirs of a Geisha and The Cloverfield Paradox.

Julian Dennison

Now we get to the actors whose Godzilla vs. Kong characters haven’t been identified yet. Before this year, Julian Dennison was best known for starring in the New Zealand film Hunt for the Wilderpeople, directed by Taika Waititi, who later helmed Thor: Ragnarok. But in May, a lot of American moviegoers saw Dennison for the first time in Deadpool 2, where he played Russell Collins, a.k.a. Firefist, the pyrokinetic youth who Cable traveled back in time to kill. Godzilla vs. Kong keeps Dennison’s blockbuster cred going, and ideally his character will cross paths with Madison Russell so he has someone around his own age to hang out with.

Danai Gurira

There are two places you likely know Danai Gurira from best: The Walking Dead and/or Black Panther, The actress has been part of the former as Michonne since Season 3, and after debuting as Okoye in the latter, she reprised the role in Avengers: Infinity War. Now it looks like she’ll be jumping into the realm of Titans for her next high profile role, although it is worth noting that when Gurira’s Godzilla vs. Kong involvement was first announced, she was in early talks. There hasn’t been any updates on her status since then, so we’re not 100% sure that Gurira will be in the movie. But I imagine that since there’s been no word of negotiations breaking down either, there’s a good chance she’ll appear.

Brian Tyree Henry

Having already made a name for himself on television as Paper Boi on Atlanta, Brian Tyree Henry’s movie career has been taking off. This year alone, he’s starred in Irreplaceable You, Hotel Artemis, White Boy Rick, Widows and If Beale Street Could Talk, and we’ll soon hear him in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Henry’s upcoming appearances include The Woman in the Window and the Child’s Play reboot, but Godzilla vs. Kong will unquestionably be his biggest (figuratively and literally) live action project yet. Like Danai Gurira, Henry will be playing one of the lead characters, so he won’t be lacking for screen time.

Demián Bichir

Finally, it looks like the latest addition to the Godzilla vs. Kong cast will be Demián Bichir, who appeared as Father Burke earlier this year in The Nun, the latest Conjuring franchise entry. Before that, his American cinematic credits included A Better Man, Machete Kills, The Hateful Eight and Alien: Covenant, and next year, he’ll star in Chaos Walking and the Grudge reboot. As things stand now, according to THR, Bichir is in talks to join Godzilla vs. Kong, so while it’s possible said discussions could break down, it’s more likely that he’ll play a part in this violent monster mash.

Godzilla vs. Kong rampages into theaters on May 22, 2020, so stay tuned to CinemaBlend for continuing coverage.

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