CW is No Longer Pursuing Wonder Woman

CW is No Longer Pursuing Wonder Woman

The CW no longer is developing the Wonder Woman prequel Amazon — at least not right now. Amazon was poised to explore the origin story of Wonder Woman’s alter ego Diana of Themyscira. The network announced in September 2012 that it was teaming with Grey’s Anatomy’s Allan Heinberg to develop the story. The script was […]

Superman/Batman Film Delayed

Superman/Batman Film Delayed

Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that the release of Zack Snyder’s untitled Superman/Batman film has been moved from a July 17, 2015 release to May 6, 2016, the same date as a yet-to-be-titled Marvel Studios film. According to the studio, this will give “the filmmakers time to realize fully their vision, given the complex visual […]

Michael Douglas to Play Hank Pym in Ant-Man

Michael Douglas to Play Hank Pym in Ant-Man

News broke earlier this week that Michael Douglas was not only joining the cast of ANT-MAN, but would play the role of Hank Pym, with Paul Rudd playing his successor, Scott Lang. For those not familiar with the comic continuity, Pym is the first Ant-Man and one of the first Avengers. He created the “Pym […]

Bruce Wayne Will Appear in Gotham TV Series

Bruce Wayne Will Appear in Gotham TV Series

Originally announced as a police procedural show featuring a younger James Gordon, the upcoming GOTHAM series on the Fox network appears to have changed plans slightly. Our friends at Comic Frontline posted the details, which reveal that the show will now feature a young Bruce Wayne in his formative years, growing up in the city […]

Fox’s Gotham TV Series To Include Classic Batman Villains

Fox’s Gotham TV Series To Include Classic Batman Villains

Originally billed as a series focusing on pre-Commissioner era James Gordon, Fox chairman Kevin Reilly (via Deadline) confirmed today that the network’s upcoming series “Gotham” will chronicle the journey of a young Bruce Wayne as well saying: “The show will track Bruce from a child until he puts on a cape (in the finale).” Reilly […]

Wally West Finally Makes His New 52 Debut

Wally West Finally Makes His New 52 Debut

Announced Monday on USA Today, Wally West finally makes his long-awaited arrival into the New 52 this April in The Flash Annual #3! Robert Venditti and Van Jensen (Green Lantern Corps) take over writing chores of The Flash with issue #30, in stores April 23rd, with art by Brett Booth. Then just seven days later […]

NBC Greenlights Constantine

NBC Greenlights Constantine

NBC has greenlighted a pilot for Constantine, a drama based on the characters in DC Comics’ John Constantine Hellblazer and Justice League Dark stories. The project, which had a script commitment with penalty, is written/executive produced by The Mentalist executive producer Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer, the go-to writer for Warner Bros’ feature DC […]

Johnny Depp in Talks for Dr. Strange

Johnny Depp in Talks for Dr. Strange

Completely unexpected news from Marvel Studios today. Highly placed sources have informed the Latino Review that superstar actor and Disney go-to Johnny Depp is very deep in talks to portray Master of the Mystic Arts Dr. Strange, Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme. The 50-year-old actor is a comic book fan, and is said to be very interested […]

Breaking Bad Star Jesse Plemons in Talks for Lead Role in Star Wars: Episode VII

Breaking Bad Star Jesse Plemons in Talks for Lead Role in Star Wars: Episode VII

Big news in the world of Star Wars: Episode VII as a new name has been mentioned for an actor auditioning for a lead in J.J. Abrams’ upcoming sequel, and that’s 25-year-old actor Jesse Plemons, who starred in AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and on NBC’s “Friday Night Lights.” It was on the former show that Plemons […]

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