At Comic-Con International, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced a Nov. 11 release date for the classic series on Blu-ray and DVD.
Debuting Nov. 11 on Xbox Live, the five-episode series is set between the events of Halo 4 and Halo 5: Guardians.
The Sherlock star says that while the Marvel film “sounds like a fantastic project,” his schedule would prevent him from playing the Sorcerer Supreme.
The Oscar nominee stars as a driven young man drawn into the underground world of Los Angeles crime reporting.
Daniel Radcliffe, who’s scheduled to appear Friday at Comic-Con International, stars in the adaptation of Joe Hill’s bestselling novel.
Michael Finch, who also penned Hitman: Agent 47 will take a stab at the CBS Films adaptation of Square Enix’s video game series.
Disney has announced an opening date for the fifth installment of its blockbuster fantasy-adventure franchise.
The explosive comic-book terrorist will debut in the first season of The CW’s Arrow spinoff.
Described as “a wild spin on the action and crime drama,” the film was originally announced in 2008.
The next miniseries will center on a 33-year-old Lou Solverson, played in Season 1 by Keith Carradine, and the mysterious incident in Sioux Falls.
The 10-episode season will feature a new setting and new characters, again written by Emmy nominee Noah Hawley.
AMC has released the Comic-Con International banner promoting the upcoming fifth series of the hit drama.