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Supernatural creator Eric Kripke developing

The CW has hired Eric Kripke to write and executive produce an adapation of Arnold Drake and Carmine Infantino’s DC Comics property Deadman [via the live feed | THR]:

Deadman centers on the spirit of a trapeze artist, Boston Brand, who is murdered, and continues to live on by inhabiting other people’s […]

Report: Kurt Johnstad hired to re-write Man of Steel

Kurt Johnstad has been hired to re-write the Zack Snyder-directed / Christopher Nolan-produced Superman project Man of Steel, Moviehole reports. The project was scripted by David Goyer, but because of his involvement in Godzilla, Warner Brothers and Snyder had to find someone else. Which brings us to Snyder’s long-time colloborator Johnstad:

Now […]

Warner Brothers moving forward with Green Lantern sequel

Despite a soft opening weekend and weaker than expected domestic and foreign grosses since then, Warner Brothers says they plan to develop a sequel to the Ryan Reynolds-starrer / Martin Campbell-directed superhero film Green Lantern.

Green Lantern debuted last weekend to $53.2M (expectations were for a stronger $60-65M) and fell by more than 65% this […]

David S. Goyer adapting 100 Bullets for Showtime

David S. Goyer is adapting the DC Comics graphic novel 100 Bullets as a potential TV series for Showtime, Deadline reports:

Comic book/graphic novel adaptation master David S. Goyer is taking on 100 Bullets as a potential TV series. I hear Goyer is attached to write and executive produce a drama series […]

DC and WB developing Justice League movie; No connection to Snyder’s Superman or Nolan’s Batman

In an interview with Warner Brothers, LA Times reports that executive Jeff Robinov wants to make a Justice League movie for release in 2013:

His most immediate hurdle is filling the void that will be left this summer when the multibillion-dollar “Harry Potter” series shepherded by Horn ends. Robinov is betting on DC […]

DVD Review: Green Lantern: First Flight

When pilot Hal Jordan accepts a mysterious, powerful ring from a dying alien creature, it transforms him into a Green Lantern, one of an elite force of heroes who patrol the universe to ensure peace and justice under the leadership of the Guardians of the Universe. Unsure of their newest recruit, the Guardians assign Hal to their most-honored Green Lantern Sinestro for training, unaware that Sinestro wants to overthrow the Guardians and create a new order he’ll control. It’s a battle of might and willpower as Hal must prove his worth by defeating Sinestro to save the Green Lantern Corps. Voiced by a stellar cast including Christopher Meloni, Victor Garber, Tricia Helfer and Michael Madsen, this DC Universe original animated adventure bursts with action-packed shakedowns, showdowns and spectacular visuals as Green Lantern uses his powers and imagination to make the impossible real!

Read my review of the two-disc DVD after the jump. Continue reading DVD Review: Green Lantern: First Flight