A Justice League Dark movie has been talked about since 2013. The team, comprised of the "darker" DC characters such as John Constantine, Deadman, Madame Xanadu, Black Orchid, and Zatanna, first appeared as a team in the comics in 2011. The team did get an animated direct to video movie in 2017, but on the … Continue reading Bad Robot Looks To Be Going Into Darkness With ‘Justice League Dark’ ProjectS
The CW put out another trailer for their upcoming Stargirl series, based on the DC character. The new trailer contains a lot of what was shown before, but with just a little bit more. The more includes a very brief glimpse of the power armor S.T.R.I.P.E., and the legendary Justice Society of America. Take a … Continue reading New ‘Stargirl’ Trailer Provides A Teeny-Tiny Glimpse Of S.T.R.I.P.E. And The JSA
Last October it was reported that a Superman & Lois series was being developed at CW. Now it's official! Superman & Lois has been ordered to series for the 2020-21 season, bringing back the Arrowverse versions of the characters, Tyler Hoechlin as Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane. Hoechlin first appeared as Superman in … Continue reading CW ‘Superman & Lois’ Series Confirmed
Despite having a "crisis" most of the DC-centric "Arrowverse" shows are being picked up for new seasons on The CW. Except of course, Arrow. Coming in 2020 will be Batwoman, Black Lightning (season 4), The Flash (season 7), Legends of Tomorrow (season 6), and Supergirl (season 5 on The CW, 6 total). Also, an Arrow … Continue reading Arrow-less ‘Arrowverse’ Shows Get New Season Pickups On The CW
A few days ago, DC's streaming service DC Universe posted a brief teaser for their upcoming show Stargirl. Today The CW Network posted a full trailer for the show providing more than just a glimpse of the new hero and her Cosmic Converter Belt plus Cosmic Rod, and a bit about who came before her… … Continue reading Full ‘Stargirl’ Trailer Online
Robert Rodriguez is reportedly close to closing a deal as well.
Netflix's adaptation of Sandman is still in the pre-production phase, but that isn't stopping Neil Gaiman from planning ahead.