The actor returns to the network for the first time since ‘Hart of Dixie’ was cancelled.
Chris McKay will get his shot at directing a big-budget live-action film, thanks to the success of his Lego outing.
This could ultimately create five hours of DC Comics programming for a network that only has 10 hours each week to work with.
She starred in ABC’s ‘Lois & Clark’ in the 1990s, and returned to the SuperWorld once before in 2010 on ‘Smallville.’
Actor said he knew something was wrong when the new Batman director questioned why the story had to be so ‘dark.’
The ‘Captain America: Civil War’ actress tops a list that includes almost all superheroes, and a Star Wars entry.
Clare Kramer gives you the best of television, streaming and film this year, to make life fun even after all those cute little cookies with the Hershey Kisses on top are gone.
Forget the Seth Rogen version of the franchise from a few years ago. Gavin O’Connor has a much different approach in mind.
It’s two birds, it’s two planes, no it’s….
She’s not alone either.
I’m gonna go ahead and respectfully, disagree.
In case you didn’t already see this coming.
Late last year, the rumor mill started spinning furiously with the reports that following his massive success with Mad Max: Fury Road, director George Miller was being courted by Warner Bros. to direct their eventual sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel. Miller came out not too long after the initial reports and proved them false, and ever since then, it’s seemed like the Superman sequel that fans of the character have been wanting, was put on hold for the time being.
Considering the character’s mistreatment in Batman v Superman earlier this year though, it’s seemed like a legitimately good Superman film has never seemed as necessary as it does right now. After being plunged ruthlessly into a darkness from a director who didn’t truly understand him, it’s seemed like Superman is the one who needs to be saved onscreen right now.
With Geoff Johns now the head of Warner Bros.’ DC Films Division, and a slew of movies showing legitimate promise once again, following two disappointments with both Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman, hope isn’t quite gone from the DCEU, and according to a new report from The Wrap as well, the studio has apparently moved into “active development” on a sequel to Man of Steel.
According to the report, a source close to the studio talked about the project with the following:
“Superman is a top priority for the studio and getting the character right for audiences is of tantamount importance.”
There’s obviously, no release date for the sequel set right now, though WB does have two untitled DC films set to be released in 2018. Could one of them be Ben Affleck’s solo Batman movie, and the other the Superman sequel? The report states that the sequel will likely arrive after the solo Batman film, but if DC Films can actually get the ball rolling well on both of these projects, I could see them fitting the two movies into that year.
Several directors have already been thrown into the mix by fans for the project, with Tomorrowland and The Incredibles filmmaker Brad Bird emerging as the frontrunner it seems. Personally, I’d prefer someone a little less obvious with less history in the blockbuster world if I’m being completely honest, and I’d much prefer it end up being directed by someone like Pete’s Dragon‘s David Lowery or even Drew Goddard. As of right now though, I’m just happy the studio has finally come to their senses, and started work on this sequel. Finally.
We’re gonna be very happy if that’s who we think it is…
Sorry everyone, it’s not Tom Welling.