Matt Angel will portray a young version of the Star Wars creator, who decides to quit film school, and has an adverse effect on two characters.
It’s a vote of confidence for the DC Comics television series that struggled with fans in its first season.
Marc Guggenheim and fellow executive producer Phil Klemmer have made a course correction as they continue to plan for the future.
Known for typically casting big names to fill starring roles of high-profile series, Syfy decided a different path was in order for “Krypton.”
Could Dr. Ray Palmer stand beside Oliver Queen and Barry Allen as the next DC Comics hero on the small screen?
“Superman Returns” star Brandon Routh will play another DC superhero – this time for the CW!