News report that Charles Roven, producer of The Dark Knight, and his attachment to the as-of-now undeveloped movie, The Flash, is on the ropes.
An inside source is reporting that Warner Bros. Pictures Group president Jeff Robinov is pulling the plug on these pictures for the time being.
So the Scarlet Speedster is one of many heroes coming to the big screen. I know it's been talked about but it's Finally moving forward.
Lost Star is reportedly quitting television. The sixth and final season of J.J. Abrams (Star Trek) strange and original sci-fi drama series Lost is still half a year away, but it’s going to spell the end of his television career according to Matthew Fox himself. So read on and if it's only feature films he's interested in doing maybe he should give Warner Brothers a call, he's perfect for the Flash!
I just recently bought and read THE FLASH: REBIRTH, and it occured to me that for a movie in production there has been little to no news about this guy at all.
Barry Allen is back
The Flash movie is moving at a snails pace and looks to probably not come out for quite some time. I wrote the first part to a short screen play that could be the premise for the proposed Flash movie.
Some of the villains of the scarlet speedster, that could be in the Flash movie.
Friday Night Lights star Scott Porter may be the man to don the red and gold suit..
IESB is saying that screenwriter Dan Mazeau is currently working on a Flash script for Warner Brothers...
While previous reports have stated George Miller is off of Justice League, this bit in today's Sydney Confidential begs to differ: "Cue sigh of relief for Megan Gale. Compounding claims Beyonce was after her debut part as Wonder Woman and a nasty online smear campaign featuring Megan Fox, yet another Justice League of America setback was shut down yesterday. [KEEP READING]
Variety talked to the higher ups at WB and got the first info about that meeting they had with DC comics to better develop their characters. One item that this article reveals is that although Variety reported the Justice League movie was back on for 2009, apparently that isn't the case...
David Goyer! You just wrote the biggest movie of the year. What are you gonna do next?
Producer Charles Roven admits that making a movie about the fastest man alive is slow going.
Three small pieces of news that I decided to clunk together; updates on the Flash film, although minimal, some interesting casting news about the Submariner, and some non-news about the Dark Knight.
A new report suggests that Justice League of America will not begin filming on schedule...if at all.
Taking a deep look at the state of comic book movies, I (Joshua S Hill) discuss the newly released Marvel Production Slate.
Director David Dobkin, of Wedding Crashers fame, has been signed on by Warner Brother's to direct The Flash
According to Cinema Blend's Josh Tyler, who believes that the budget would have to be superhuman to make all those superheroes fly...
Casting, storylines, and those all-MoCap rumors.