Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has big plans for DC Comics’ superhero properties, saying, “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”
Zombieland co-creator Rhett Reese revealed Amazon has passed on a TV series based on the 2009 movie, saying, “I’ll never understand the vehement hate the pilot received from die-hard Zombieland fans. You guys successfully hated it out of existence.”
Kirk Ward will play Tallahassee, portrayed in the 2009 comedy by Woody Harrelson, in Amazon’s new Zombieland series.
Lost alum Josh Holloway signs up for CBS’s Intelligence, The Last Resort‘s Andre Braugher joins Fox’s Andy Samberg cop comedy, and Maiara Walsh lands the role of Wichita on Amazon’s Zombieland.
Tyler Ross (Milkshake) and newcomer Izabela Vidovic have signed on to play two of the lead roles in Amazaon’s half-hour comedy based on the 2009 film Zombieland.
The CW President Mark Pedowitz reveals that Batman is still off-limits for live-action television, meaning he won’t be getting his own Smallville-like series or hanging out with Oliver Queen on Arrow.
Acknowledging mistakes were made with his rejected 2011 pilot, prolific producer David E. Kelley insists Wonder Woman can still work on television, and says The CW is “smart to try it” with the planned origin story Amazon.
The CW’s planned Wonder Woman series is moving forward with the launch of a search for an actress in her early to mid-20s to play the iconic DC Comics superheroine in Amazon, here named Iris rather than Diana. Update: WW remains Diana!
Netflix’s Instant Streaming has changed the way that people watch movies and television, as well as pretty much taken over the internet (Seriously; almost 30% of peak U.S. bandwidth use comes from Netflix Instant, according to recent studies). No surprise, then, that everyone wants a piece of that action – but can anyone come up with a Netflix killer by this point?
Amazon launches its Amazon Instant Video movie streaming service, which Prime subscribers can access a portion of for free.