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Scannell’s spec script, set at a remote lake house, revolves around a mother and her two young daughters who must fight for survival after falling into a terrifying and bizarre nightmare conceived by a psychopath.
Bertino wrote and directed “Mockingbird,” which he also produced with Biddle. That title will be released Oct. 6 through Blumhouse’s newly launched Bh Tilt label.
Unbroken is currently in pre-production on “There Are Monsters” with Atlas and Bertino directing from his own script.
It’s also developing supernatural horror movie “February” with »
- Dave McNary
Hong Kong – Syfy’s upcoming six-hour mini-series “Childhood’s End,” is to shoot from November in Melbourne, Australia.
The epic U.S. science fiction series is based on the classic 1953 Arthur C. Clarke novel, follows a peaceful alien invasion of Earth by the mysterious ‘Overlords’. Their arrival begins decades of apparent utopia under indirect alien rule, at the cost of human identity and culture.
Backed by Universal Cable Productions, a division of NBCUniversal, the series was secured through Film Victoria with financial support from the Victoria state government. Pre-production begins this month, with shooting at Docklands Studios Melbourne extending for 13 weeks into 2015. It will be produced by HayPop’s Jeff Hayes and Brett Popplewell.
Adaptation is by Matthew Graham (creator of BBC’s “Life on Mars,”), with Mike DeLuca (“Captain Philips,” “Moneyball,” “The Social Network”) and Akiva Goldsman (“Paranormal Activity,” “I Am Legend”) attached as executive producers.
“Around 380 talented local practitioners, »
- Patrick Frater
Guy Ritchie will direct the medieval epic.
In the classic tale, Guinevere is the young lover of King Arthur before she later betrays him for the knight Lancelot. Ritchie’s film is expected to focus on Arthur’s earlier days.
Hunnam stars in the film with Idris Elba playing his right hand man, Bedivere.
“King Arthur” hits theaters July 22, 2016.
The CAA-repped actress has also appeared in “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.”
- Justin Kroll
Warner Bros. is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to bringing DC Comics characters to the small screen, as Deadline is now reporting that Lucifer, a character who debuted in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman and eventually got his own eponymous spin-off, has been given a pilot commitment at Fox.
Californication creator Tom Kapinos will write and produce the show, and if it gets picked up it will follow the titular Devil as he resigns his throne and abandons Hell in favor of the “gorgeous, shimmering insanity of Los Angeles, where he opens an exclusive piano bar called Lux.”
If picked up for series, Lucifer will join a handful of other DC Comics shows, including The CW’s Arrow, The Flash, and iZombie, NBC’s Constantine, and Fox’s Gotham, as well as in-development shows like Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler’s Supergirl, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Preacher at AMC, »
- James Garcia
Fox executives must be pretty happy with what they’ve seen from Gotham so far, because they’ve given a pilot commitment to the DC and Vertigo Comics character Lucifer. According to Deadline, Californication creator and executive producer Tom Kapinos will write and produce the show.
For those unfamiliar, Lucifer Morningstar was a supporting character in Neil Gaiman’s Vertigo comic The Sandman, and eventually got his own spin-off written by Mike Carey. Based on the Devil, Lucifer one day abandons his job of ruling over Hell and instead adventures to Earth, Heaven, and other realms. The television series will stick pretty closely to the comics, as Deadline describes the approach to the series as follows:
“[The series] centers on Lucifer who, bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell, resigns his throne and abandons his kingdom for the gorgeous, shimmering insanity of Los Angeles, where he opens an exclusive piano bar called Lux. »
- James Garcia
Everyone’s favorite “Robin,” Dick Grayson, might be coming back to television with his Teen Titan cohorts in a brand new television show. The Hollywood Reporter is stating that TNT is nearing a pilot-production order for “Titans,” based on the popular “Teen Titans” comic book by DC Comics. “Titans” is being billed as a drama with Marc Haimes and Akiva Goldsman attached as writers. Goldsman will act as executive producer with Haimes as co-executive producer. The show, as you can probably already tell, will involve Grayson–who has left his “Robin” moniker for the new name “Nightwing”–and fellow superheroes Starfire, Raven, and others. I’m assuming “others” includes Aqualad, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash [ Read More ]
The small-screen will soon be awash in costumed-vigilante TV series, as DC Entertainment continues to expand their live-action universe with "Titans", a new cable series for TNT, based on DC Comics' "Teen Titans", with a pilot written by Oscar winner Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes:
"...'Titans' focuses on a group of young superheroes from the DC Comics Universe, including 'Dick Grayson' aka 'Robin', who takes on the new identity of 'Nightwing', to lead 'Starfire', 'Raven' and a whole lot more..."
The team first appeared in DC's "The Brave and the Bold" #54 (1964) as a "...junior 'Justice League'", featuring Grayson, 'Kid Flash' aka 'Wally West' and 'Aqualad' aka 'Garth', the sidekicks of Justice League members 'Batman', 'Flash' and 'Aquaman'.
The group made its first official appearance as "Teen Titans" in DC's "The Brave and the Bold" #60, joined by 'Wonder Girl' aka 'Donna Troy', who »
- Michael Stevens
Our weekly round-up of all the latest superhero news and talking points, including Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Legion of Super-Heroes, Gotham, The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, Teen Titans, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Captain America 3, Iron Man 4, The Incredible Hulk, Black Panther, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, Daredevil, Big Hero 6, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Sinister Six, Venom Carnage, X-Men: Apocalypse and more…
After a selection of photos arrived online showing the new Batmobile on the Detroit set of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, director Zack Snyder took to Twitter to give us a high-resolution image of Ben Affleck’s ride from the 2016 DC superhero ensemble. Be sure to read the thoughts of our writing team on Dark Knight’s new wheels in the latest Flickering Myth Reaction, and check out Luke Owen’s feature where he looks at the Evolution of The Batmobile »
- Gary Collinson
While WB/DC are currently working on bringing their stable of superheroes to the big screen, they're also hard at work on developing several TV projects to go along with them. With The Flash, Arrow (in it's third season), Constantine, and Gotham already set to premiere and word of a Supergirl series being prepped as well...fans have a lot to look forward to. Now, it looks like they're also starting work on the beloved younger team of heroes, the Teen Titans, which Nightwing would lead. Come inside to learn more.
This report is coming from Deadline, who reveals that WB is working with TNT on a possible new series called Titans, that would be an adaptation of the Teen Titans comic:
Written by Oscar winner Akiva Goldsman and executive-turned-scribe Marc Haimes, Titans revolves around the eponymous group of young Super Heroes-to-be from the DC Universe. The action series centers »
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Though apparently at the moment it’s just going under the title “Titans.” Akiva Goldsman is penning the show, which EW says will center on Dick Grayson (aka Batman’s erstwhile sidekick Robin, before he changed his name and costume to Nightwing) who “emerges from the shadow of Batman to become Nightwing, the leader of a fearless band of new Super Heroes including Starfire, Raven and many others. Titans is a dramatic adventure series that will explore and celebrate one of the most popular comic book titles ever.” The show is said to be “nearing” a pilot order at cable network TNT. If “Titans” does go forward, it would continue D.C. Comics’ streak of comic book characters hitting the small screen. Thanks to the success of “Arrow,” which spawn “The Flash” also at the CW, the publisher and their Warner Bros. TV partner have managed to set up the »
This upcoming TV season will see DC Comics’ live-action output expanding to four shows, with The Flash, Constantine and Gotham set to join Arrow. Warner Bros. also has Supergirl at the development stage, and now we can add another potential show to that list with Deadline revealing that a live-action Teen Titans adaptation, Titans, is nearing a pilot order at TNT.
Titans has been written by Akiva Goldsman (Batman Forever, Batman & Robin) and Marc Haimes (The Last Word), and will centre on Dick Grayson, “who emerges from the shadow of Batman to become Nightwing, the leader of a fearless band of new Super Heroes including Starfire, Raven and many others.”
Are you excited about the prospect of seeing Nightwing and the Teen Titans on the small screen?
The post Nightwing to lead a live-action Teen Titans TV series appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
DC and Warner Brothers have been expanding their TV universe at an amazing rate recently, with debut series for The Flash, Gotham and Constantine all hitting our screens soon, as well as the third season of Arrow. Now, take this one with a pinch of salt…
On top of rumours of a Supergirl series (which we remain sceptical of, having heard nothing official about it), we’ve also been told that Warner Brothers is developing a Titans live-action pilot.
The show is reportedly to be written by Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes, with Dick Grayson’s Nightwing at centre stage. Starfire and Raven would also feature in the show. Red Robin, Super Boy, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash, Kid Devil and Blue Beetle have all been members of the team (also known as Teen Titans) in the comics, »
It's official: superheroes are taking over television. TNT is nearing a pilot order for "Teen Titans," a new live-action series centered on the titular DC superhero team, according to Deadline. The project comes from Warner Bros. TV, which already has three other DC Comics series premiering this fall: CW's "The Flash," Fox's "Gotham" and NBC's "Constantine." In addition to the CW's successful "Arrow" (now entering its third season), earlier this week it was also revealed that the studio is developing a live-action "Supergirl" series. Penned by Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman ("Fringe," "I Am Legend") and Marc Haimes, "Teen Titans" will revolve around Dick Grayson (a.k.a. Robin) as he takes on a new moniker (Nightwing) and forms a superhero team boasting such characters as Raven and Starfire. The team has already been the subject of a number of animated series, including the currently-running "Teen Titans Go!" on the Cartoon Network. »
- Chris Eggertsen
Warner Bros. already has five DC Comics series that will air this fall, with a Supergirl show in development as well. The studio is not stopping there, however, as THR now reports that fan-favorite character Nightwing may get his own series on TNT.
The show comes from I Am Legend and A Beautiful Mind producer Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes (The Legend of Zorro, Collateral), and is reportedly nearing a pilot order at the network. Simply called Titans, the series will center around former Batman sidekick Dick Grayson, as he makes the transition from Robin the Boy Wonder to Nightwing, recruiting a team of younger heroes along the way to join him.
Check out the synopsis below:
“Based on characters from DC Comics, Titans revolves around a group of young superheroes-to-be who are recruited from every corner of the DC universe. The action-themed drama centers on Dick Grayson, who emerges »
- James Garcia
TNT is strongly considering a pilot order for a project based on DC Comics’ “Teen Titans,” individuals with knowledge of situation told TheWrap. The proposed one-hour drama follows Dick Grayson aka Nightwing, who leads superhero team, Titans, which includes Starfire, Raven and many others. Also read: CW's ‘Flash’ Producer Talks Odds of a ‘Batman v. Superman’ Crossover From executive producers and writers Akiva Goldsman (“I Am Legend,” “A Beautiful Mind”) and Marc Haimes (“Transformers,” “Collateral”), the pilot would be produced by Warner Horizon Television, a division of Warner Bros. Television. The super crew first appeared in DC Comics in 1964 as younger versions of. »
- Jethro Nededog
Though there were rumours of Nightwing making an appearance in Arrow or Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it has now been revealed that the character will be getting his own television series as the leader of a group of young superheroes known to comic book fans as the Teen Titans.
It hasn’t been given the green light just yet, but “Titans” is expected to move ahead on American cable network TNT, with Oscar winning writer Akiva Goldsman (I Am Legend) teaming up with producer turned writer Marc Haimes (The Last Word) to pen the pilot episode of the DC Comics series.
According to various sites, “Titans revolves around the eponymous group of young Super Heroes-to-be from the DC Universe. The action series centres on Dick Grayson (probably best known for his alter ego as Robin), who emerges from the shadow of Batman to become Nightwing, the leader of »
- Josh Wilding
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Warner Bros. is on a roll with their comic book TV series. They've got Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, and Constantine, and a Supergirl series is in development. Now they are on the verge of getting a pilot order from TNT for a live-action version of Teen Titans.
The series is called Titans, and it "revolves around the eponymous group of young Super Heroes-to-be from the DC Universe. The action series centers on Dick Grayson (probably best known for his alter ego as Robin), who emerges from the shadow of Batman to become Nightwing, the leader of a fearless band of new Super Heroes including Starfire, Raven and many others."
The show is currently being written by Oscar winner Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes. They will also be executive producers on the project. This is a promising project that could prove to be successful. After all, Nightwing is kind of a badass. »
- Joey Paur
TNT is nearing a pilot deal for a new TV series based on the popular DC Comics title Teen Titans, which will simply be called Titans. The character Nightwing will lead the group, with the pilot being co-written by Akiva Goldsman, best known for his I Am Legend and A Beautiful Mind screenplays.
Akiva Goldsman is co-penning the pilot script with Marc Haimes, an executive turned writer. Titans centers on former Batman side-kick Dick Grayson (aka Robin) who emerges from the shadows of The Dark Knight as Nightwing to lead his own fearless band of superheroes, which may include Starfire and Raven. While no other characters are mentioned by name in the source story, also part of the group in the DC Comics and animated series are Cyborg (rumored to be making an appearance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Beast Boy and Terra. It is not known which »
Comic-book superheroes are coming to cable TV, or they soon will be if TNT's newest project lands a pilot order. DC's Titans property is the latest live-action adaptation that could be appearing on your TV screens sooner than later. For the uninitiated, the comic run (which has already been featured on television in animated form) centers on Dick Grayson, who moves on from his time as Batman's sidekick and becomes a hero of his own making in the form of Nightwing. He's not alone in his fight against crime, as his fellow Titans Raven, Starfire, Cyborg, and more complete the title team. Hit the jump for more on this latest possible adaptation. As THR reports, Warner Horizon Television and DC Comics' Titans is nearing a pilot-production order at TNT. Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes are on board the project as writers, with Goldsman executive producing and Haimes acting as co-ep. »
- Dave Trumbore
Akiva Goldsman’s been trying to make a “Titans,” or “Teen Titans,” as they were originally called, movie for forever. In 2007, it was even announced that Goldsman, Academy-Award winning writer of “A Beautiful Mind” and director of 2014’s “Winter's Tale,” would be producing a live-action “Titans” movie. That obviously never happened, but Goldsman hasn't given up on the project, and now TNT is about to greenlight a pilot that could turn into a show. “The Teen Titans” began in 1964. They were essentially a super-team of sidekicks in a group that was like the Justice League Junior. The group were comprised of Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Wonder Girl and Speedy, respective sidekicks to heroes Batman, Flash, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and Green Arrow. That novelty changed and gained respectability in the 1980s with the Marv Wolfman/George Perez comics team that cast them as misfit teens/20-somethings living bitterly in the shadows of their wards. »
- Rodrigo Perez
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