OK, so someone at Warner Brothers decided that we needed a Pepe Le Pew movie.
They also decided that Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra & Superman: American Alien) was the person to write it.
Pepe was a member of Warner Brothers’ stable of Looney Tunes characters. He spent most of his time ogling black cats and refusing to hear “no” as “no.”
Could this be the same project that reportedly signed Mike Myers to voice the lead back in 2010?
The mind truly boggles.
For more, see Deadline.
Finally over on the small screen, FX gave fans their first glimpse of the upcoming mutant drama, Legion. The trailer hints at a fair amount of head games, along with explicit references to mutants.
Legion, developed for TV by Noah Hawley, is slated to premiere on FX sometime early 2017.
Because Warner Brothers executives get paid by the number of trailers they cut (I swear, I’m not even posting all of them), the studio also unveiled a new one for the forthcoming Lego Batman Movie. Spun-off from the box-office hit The Lego Movie, the preview centers on Will Arnett’s Batman adjusting to that new ward (Michael Cera) he inadvertently adopted. Also featuring Ralph Fiennes’ voice of reason as Alfred. Not featured, since some good things must wait, is Rosario Dawson’s Batgirl . . .
The Lego Batman Movie, directed by Chris McKay, opens February 10th, 2017.
Warner Brothers also unveiled today the first glimpse of next year’s Justice League movie. Orientated around Bruce Wayne recruiting members for his new “team” it features most prominently Ezra Miller’s Flash and Jason Momoa’s Aquaman. And yes, it does have a less somber feel about it . . .
Justice League, directed Zack Snyder, opens November 17th, 2017.
Warner Brothers’ Trailerpoloza started off today with the first extended glimpse of next year’s Wonder Woman. It focuses on Steve Trevor and the conflict of World War I. Also, gives a peak of Lucy Davis’ (!) Etta Candy.
Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, opens on June 23rd 2017.
So, it looks like Cosmo will be watching more of Arrow this fall . . .
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Rory Regan, aka Ragman, will be appearing in the fifth season of the CW’s Arrow. He will be played by Joe Dinicol (Blindspot, Grey’s Anatomy, Betas).
Ragman was created by Robert Kanigher & Joe Kubert for their 1978 series of the same name. While the title only ran 5 issues, it is a classic well-worth reading. Since then Ragman has surfaced occasionally throughout the DCU, most notably headlining a limited-series in the early 90s.
For more, see Entertainment Weekly.
Last night the annual Eisner Awards were given out at San Diego Comic Con. Generally considered the most prestigious honor in the industry, this year’s winners included Jason Aaron, Cliff Chiang, Fade Out, Paper Girls and Two Brothers. Full list of recipients below:
Continue reading SDCC: 2016 Eisners Awarded
This month, the placement of half-page, double-spread Twix ads in comic books published by DC Comics has sparked a controversy
within the comics community. However, Nothing But Comics
took note last week of a non-controversial ad placed in comic books published by Marvel Comics; the ad announces online access “now” to a free Iron Man
comic promoting the Phantom 3
, a quadcopter designed for aerial photography and manufactured by the Chinese technology company DJI. However, at the time of this article’s publication, the web address advertised for the promotional comic – www.dji.com/ironman
– does not exist.
Continue reading When Can We Read the Iron Man Phantom 3 Promotional Comic?