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.
Michael Hinman knows he has to fairly acknowledge the director’s Oscar nomination, but it doesn’t mean he has to like it.
The redemption tour for the Oscar-winning (and nominated) director seems to be in full swing, with Warner Bros. very interested in bringing Gibson into the DC Comics fold.
New agreement comes on the heels of The CW’s success with ‘Riverdale.’
The network has put a lot of confidence in the series, giving it a full 22-episode order.
The Marderosian brothers, known for producing music for television and films, say they never got credit – or compensation – for writing the ‘Lucifer’ theme.
It’s pilot season, and GeekNation continues its look into what the networks might turn into series in the fall.
If we ever see them, the earliest will be in Fall 2018.
This could ultimately create five hours of DC Comics programming for a network that only has 10 hours each week to work with.
Both actors have significant ties to director Baz Luhrmann, and could be picking up equally significant parts in the DC Comics film.
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.
Jim Starlin said his recent royalty check for the use of a version of KGBeast in ‘Batman v. Superman’ was more than what he’s received for all his Marvel creations combined.
The ‘Clerks’ director has already asked the executive producer in charge of The CW series to let him direct something in the fall event.