Dwayne Johnson is in talks to team up with Terminator Salvation director McG to adapt the 1980s TV series The Fall Guy for the big screen.
J.J. Abrams discusses details of his script for Superman: Flyby, the planned Warner Bros. franchise reboot that was abandoned in 2004 when Bryan Singer replaced McG as director, resulting in Superman Returns.
While promoting his new film This Means War, director McG revealed he had locked in Robert Downey Jr. to play Lex Luthor in the abandoned Superman: Flyby.
McG signs with 20th Century Fox to produce and possibly direct an untitled science fiction adventure.
McG, director of Termination Salvation and the two Charlie’s Angels movies, is reportedly the odds-on favorite to helm the pilot of David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman revival at NBC.
Bryan Singer and McG, no strangers to film and television, are moving into digital content with two series for Warner Premiere. One is a sci-fi thriller about futuristic technology gone horribly wrong, and the other is an action story about a teenager who leads a secret life as a government agent.