Set in ancient Egypt, GODS OF EGYPT begins on the day that Osiris (Bryan Brown) is about to crown his son, Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), Lord of the Air, the next king.
At the coronation ceremony, Osiris' bitter, jealous brother, Set (Gerard Butler), arrives to kill Osiris, defeat and exile Horus (by taking his all-seeing eyes), and take the throne for himself.
Meanwhile, a mortal couple -- young thief Bek (Brenton Thwaites) and his devout love, Zaya (Courtney Eaton) -- mess with the gods by conspiring to steal Horus' eyes from Set's vault. Although Bek successfully retrieves one eye, Zaya's employer, Urshu (Rufus Sewell), Set's royal architect, kills her for her treason.
Grief-stricken Bek takes Zaya's body to Horus, where he strikes a bargain: Horus' eye for a promise to revive Zaya. Together the mortal and the god embark on an unlikely journey to defeat the maniacal Set before he destroys all of creation.
Elizabeth Bennet (Lily James) and her four sisters are the daughters of an English country gentleman (Charles Dance). Their mother (Sally Phillips) wants them to marry rich, but their father has trained them to fight zombies, the outbreak of which has spread throughout Europe.
As various suitors make their attentions known, including the brooding Mr. Darcy (Sam Riley), it's revealed that a certain group of "leader" zombies might save the day.
But as trust is betrayed and hearts are broken, the battle between humans and zombies escalates, and the undead creatures must be contained -- at least long enough for a wedding between Elizabeth's sister Jane (Bella Heathcote) and the handsome Mr. Bingley (Douglas Booth)!
ZOOTOPIA is set in a world where walking, talking, "civilized" animals live in general harmony with one another, regardless of whether they're predator or prey.
When small-town rabbit Judy Hopps (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin) achieves her childhood dream of becoming the first rabbit to join the Zootopia Police Department, Chief of Police Bogo (Idris Elba) initially relegates her to a safe but boring parking-duty assignment.
Meanwhile, the rest of the ZPD is busy investigating 14 missing-mammal cases -- all predators. One day on the job, Judy encounters sly fox Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman), who cheerfully hustles her.
But she ends up hustling him right back after promising a worried otter that she'll find her missing husband; with only 48 hours to crack the case if she wants to keep her badge, Judy realizes her best bet is to enlist Nick -- who has plenty of connections -- to help her figure out who's behind the predator kidnappings that are threatening Zootopia's peace.
Fox has confirmed that Gotham season 2 is happening. The crime drama with a Batman flavor has performed steadily since its strong premiere, averaging between six and seven million viewers per episode, so this is of little surprise. Gotham season one was originally scheduled to be a shortened, 16 episode season, but it was promptly given a larger 22-episode order.
There's a storm coming, Mr. Wayne. But this time, you might a wee bit too young to stop it. That is at least the gist of the new preview for Gotham season 2 released Wednesday morning by Fox. It features Robin Taylor as Oswald Cobblepot as well as several voices I'm not positive about.
They promise a "rise of the villains" in their Gotham forecast with a chance for scattered egomania (oh please, please don't let this be an actual line in the series). Feast your eyes, if you dare, on its glory.