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YA Onscreen: The BLACK PANTHER Trailer Is a Sensory Delight

How cool does the world of Black Panther look? Plus a horror-filled trailer for The New Mutants and T-minus two weeks to Stranger Things 2!

YA Onscreen: The BLACK PANTHER Trailer Is a Sensory Delight

Welcome to this week's YA Onscreen. It seems this past week was a bit light on YA news...every news outlet I scanned was all about the Harvey Weinstein scandals (rightly so). But let's take a look at what did happen:

The new trailer for Black Panther looks like it's going to be a fun ride (Michael B. Jordan, hello!):

Need some help getting into the Halloween spirit? Here's 13 Halloween themed episodes of your favorite sitcoms.

20th Century Fox has released a trailer for The New Mutants, which seems more like a horror movie than a comic book movie:

Channing Tatum's Gambit gets a premiere date of February 14, 2019. Are they going to play their marketing off of it like Deadpool?

The final trailer for Stranger Things 2 gives us town camaraderie (the town that slays together stays together?) and Eleven with a mop of hair:

I won't say no to more Chris Pine as Steve Trevor for Wonder Woman 2

After a failed attempt at creating a Nancy Drew show at CBS, the same creative team is trying again at NBC with a slightly different concept about the author of teen girl detective books getting involved in an actual murder. 

The CW has acquired a police drama entited Dead Inside about a cop who can see her brother's ghost and he helps her solve crimes. 

The BBC, Angela Lansbury, and the creator from Call The Midwife have all teamed up together to do a new adaptation of Little Women. I like ALL those things. 

Since a lot of licensed content is going away, Netflix is reportedly planning on producing even more original content: EIGHTY movies in 2018. That's a lot of couch time. 

Cher will be lending her pipes to the Mamma Mia sequel, along with Lily James and Jeremy Irvine.

That's it for the week! Let us know your thoughts below.

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