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Despite the fact that this whole DC Extended Universe began with 2013’s Man of Steel, the next phase of a solo Superman adventure seemed oddly an after thought during last year’s announcement of the DC Entertainment film slate through 2020. Sure, Supes is one-half of next year’s Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and he’ll almost certainly lead the two-part Justice League movie, but Man of Steel 2 or whatever it’s going to be called – well, “limbo” would be a fairly accurate description of its current status. But now we get word that the situation may be simpler, and the news from Warner Bros. is that if you’re holding your breath for the next Superman standalone, you should probably stop. (more…)

NBC Developing Work-Place Comedy Set in… The DC Universe?

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Marvel Studios gets all the glamour with their movie series, but without a doubt, Warner Bros and DC Entertainment presently own the TV side of things. The upcoming television season will feature the return of Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, and iZombie, which will be joined by Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and eventually, Titans. Room to grow? Absolutely! In Hollywood, success breeds opportunity, so why would DC Entertainment stop at just seven series across four networks? To that end, some fascination news today. DC Entertainment has a pilot approved for production at NBC. The hook? It’s a single-camera, work-place comedy a la The Office. Color me intrigued… (more…)

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The trailer for CBS‘ new Supergirl series didn’t win a lot of fans over, but because of the pedigree, Arrow and The Flash executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, those same uncertain fans are reserving judgment until they can see Melissa Benoist take flight, in full, when the show debuts this fall. In the meantime, let’s talk about casting. Both Arrow and Flash have been pretty good about recruiting comic book bad guys for their TV heroes to fight, and it seems that Supergirl will be no exception to that rule. Prepare yourself people, for the random radioactive arrival of Reactron! (more…)

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