If The CW passes on the Flash pilot, Arrow producers plan “to keep Barry part of the universe.”
Arrow co-creator Greg Berlanti confirms there haven’t been any discussions about connecting the hit CW drama to Warner Bros.’ superhero movies.
Mad Men actress Peyton List has joined The CW pilot The Tomorrow People, an adaptation of the 1970s British sci-fi series from producers Greg Berlanti and Julie Plec.
Arrow executive producers Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti discuss the new superhero dramas connections to the DC Universe and its well-known characters, saying, “As time goes on, hopefully we’ll do some of the biggies.”
During its upfront presentation Tuesday, Syfy unveiled its “most ambitious development slate ever” — one that includes adaptations of DC Comics’ Booster Gold, Stephen King’s The Eyes of the Dragon and Charlaine Harris’ Grave Sight.
A CW executive describes the newly greenlit Arrow pilot, based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow, as “very provocative and sophisticated and edgy,” and a departure from shows like Smallville.
A just-released casting breakdown for Arrow, The CW’s newly greenlit Green Arrow pilot, includes some names and origin details that DC Comics readers will recognize.