The ‘Cloverfield’ filmmaker departs the project just one week after news broke that he was in negotiations to direct.
The director also revealed that previously discussed follow-ups to ‘Clerks’ and ‘Mallrats’ won’t be happening after all.
This could ultimately create five hours of DC Comics programming for a network that only has 10 hours each week to work with.
The Oscar winner said he didn’t want to take on both acting in the title role and directing of a film that carries a lot of fan expectations.
Decisions on whether these pilots will become series will have to wait until spring. But at this moment, it’s really anyone’s game.
Joby Harold, who directed the 2007 thriller ‘Awake,’ also could be in line to direct the DC Comics standalone film.
The CW has finally released details about the previously announced musical crossover episode featuring Supergirl and Flash.
The ‘Clerks’ director has already asked the executive producer in charge of The CW series to let him direct something in the fall event.
Could this be the niche a crowded comic book television market is looking for?
All of the renewals were expected … except one.
The demon-hunting occultist is returning in animated form.
An even bigger mystery is where such a new series would end up … but it almost definitely won’t be The CW.
However, another HBO series – ‘Westworld’ – has made a significant debut on the annual list. But just remember: Piracy is bad.
There’s no set date on when Gypsy will arrive, but you certainly can expect her in the spring.
Greg Berlanti will take on the 30-year-old musical, but with a fresh take.