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An animated film based on Aquaman was first mentioned by Bruce Timm in It was cancelled due to marketing concerns. Until a year, Leonardo DiCaprio signed on to the project that would have been produced by his production company, Appian Way Productions. But nothing came out of this either. Bruce Timm has said that he would like to do a Green Arrow film.
Guillermo del Toro has taken interest in producing a non sense film based on Deadman , supposedly from the only source. Variety reported that Nikolaj Arcel was set to direct the film.
Following the success of X-Men in , Warner Bros. Television announced that a Deadman television film for TNT was in development, which was also being considered as a pilot for a potential television series. A Deadman series never materialized and Kripke has since moved on to other projects.
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There has been no further announcements since. In October , it was announced that Warner Bros. On August 30, , when asked on his Twitter account if the character could have a feature film set in the DC animated universe as part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies , producer James Tucker responded that there is interest in Static on the studio. In the early s, Steven Spielberg announced that he had plans to direct a film adaptation of the Blackhawk comic book series. Dan Aykroyd was attached to play Blackhawk.
In April , it was announced that Spielberg will produce and direct a film adaptation of Blackhawk for Warner Bros. In , Ice Princess screenwriter Hadley Davis was hired to write an action-comedy film about a teenage version of Zatanna. July , Warner Bros considered making a live action solo Raven film, the cast was unknown as the script wasn't made yet, but was later on cancelled.
Since then, nothing has been announced about the project. A film based on the Metal Men was in the works in June , with Barry Sonnenfeld in talks to direct the film. When we did the original series I really wanted to do an episode where the Joker came to town and started committing crimes.
The idea was that The Mayor was so excited to have a celebrity villain in town that he actually tried to thwart The Girls from stopping him because The Joker was finally putting Townsville on the map! Unfortunately Warner Brothers said no. Following his appearance on Superman: The Animated Series , plans for a children's television show based on the character Lobo was in development at Kids WB. But due to executive issues, the series was converted into a vulgar Flash animated web series that was released in Michael Caleo was writing the script, to executive produce the series alongside Dan Lin, and Jennifer Gwartz.
The premise of the series "centers on a brilliant-yet-troubled pharmaceutical analyst who discovers that the visions that have plagued him since childhood are actually glimpses of tragic events occurring one hour in the future. Determined to win back his ex-wife and son, he heroically prevents these tragedies from unfolding, finding both purpose and redemption along the way". Since then, no progress on the series was made after its announcement. Fox announced in plans to develop a television series featuring the Spectre. Machinima Inc. Titled 4Hero , the VFX-heavy comedy would have been about a young woman named Nellie Tribble who discovers a smartphone app that allows her to temporarily gain semi-useful superpowers dictated by whatever is trending at the moment.
In a interview with MTV Splash Page, director Francis Lawrence spoke of a potential sequel : "It's interesting that over the years, Constantine seems like it's become It's been embraced. It would be great to figure out a sequel, and if we did, and we've been trying to figure one out, it would be great to do the really dark, scary version.
We got caught in that weird PG—R no man's land, and we should do the hard-R scary version, which I would love to do. The original version of Human Target was created by Warner Bros. Harvey Shephard, then the president of Warner Bros. Television , told The New York Times in December that Human Target was intended for both American audiences and the international television market, saying "Hopefully, it's a formula for all tastes that could have a strong foreign market.
In , 20th Century Fox developed a one-hour adaptation based on the character Jonah Hex to television with producers Akiva Goldsman and Robert Zappia involved, but the project never made it into production.
There was a television series planned based on Jack Knight 's adventures from the creators of Smallville and Birds of Prey. It would have featured both Jack and his father , been set in Opal City , and attempted to follow the comics as closely as possible. However, in , after the failure of Birds of Prey , it was last referred to as being "indefinitely on hold".
There has since been no sign that it will ever be produced. A animated television pilot based on the Mad magazine that used selected material from the magazine was commissioned by ABC , but the network decided to not broadcast it. Dick DeBartolo noted, "Nobody wanted to sponsor a show that made fun of products that were advertised on TV, like car manufacturers. In the mids, Hanna-Barbera developed another potential Mad animated television series which was never broadcast.
In the late s and early s, Arnold Schwarzenegger was attached to the title role of a Sgt. Rock film, despite the seeming incongruity of an Austrian actor playing an American G. Producer Joel Silver still attempted to make a Sgt. Rock movie. John Cox has written the latest screenplay, which is not based on any of the previous screenplay drafts. It's really just about trying to attach cast right now and really decide what the movie is going to be, how we're going to make it".fallyrecarci.ml
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Bruce Willis was reportedly under consideration for the role. Writer J. Terrance Thirteen, titled Project 13 , with Elizabeth Banks attached as an executive producer. On August 24, , Lionsgate announced that an adaptation of Monolith was in development with visual effects director Dave Wilson as director. In the late s, an animated Kamandi television series was optioned, but was cancelled before entering the production phase. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. Main article: Bruce Wayne TV series. It's run by superheroes, and the movie has great fun at making fun at the whole male superhero mythos.
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