Given an expected 2015 release for Justice League, it’s likely little surprise that a new rumor suggests Warner Bros. will use the ensemble film to introduce the studio’s new Batman before it relaunches the franchise.
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Longtime Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy might have spilled the beans about an upcoming DC Universe Animated Original Movie based on Flashpoint, the universe-merging 2011 crossover from DC Comics.
Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov, who says The Flash finally has “a solid script,” knows how to improve the next Green Lantern movie. That reportedly begins with throwing out the early outline and starting from scratch.
The scheduling of critics screenings for Green Lantern – in some cases, less than two days before the release of the movie – have resulted in the latest round of rumors that the movie isn’t going to be that good. Which leads me to wonder: What happens if Green Lantern is a flop?
Superman director Zack Snyder says the newly announced Justice League movie will feature different actors as the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight.
Confirming an earlier report, incoming Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov says a new script is in the works for a Justice League movie, and that the studio will reboot the Batman franchise following The Dark Knight Rises, but with the involvement of Christopher Nolan.
Here’s a piece of entirely wild, utterly uninformed speculation: I think we’re going to see some more movement for television shows based upon DC Comics properties very soon. Why, you wonder? Well, I’m glad you asked. Let me share my suspicions below the fold.
Bradley Cooper, who lost out to Ryan Reynolds for the role of Hal Jordan in Green Lantern, is the rumored frontrunner to play Barry Allen in The Flash. Cooper, who’s filming The Hangover 2 for Warner Bros., reportedly is a studio favorite.
The Green Lantern writing team of Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim are expected to deliver drafts of The Flash and the Green Lantern sequel by Christmas, Deadline reports.
Greg Berlanti, co-writer of Warner Bros.’ in-development adaptation of The Flash, suggests the film could be part sci-fi adventure, part dark (dark) crime drama in the vein of Se7en and Silence of the Lambs.
Warner Bros. has hired Green Lantern writers Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim to get to work on treatments for the sequel and for an adaptation of The Flash.
Warner Bros. CEO Barry Meyer revealed today the studio is close giving a go-ahead to a movie based on DC Comics’ The Flash. He also set Dec. 16, 2011, as the release date for the Sherlock Holmes sequel, and mentioned an Aquaman movie is in development.