Kaley Cuoco will soon portray a beloved Hollywood legend.
The Flight Attendant and Big Bang Theory actress has been cast in a Doris Day TV show that’s in the works at Warner Bros. Television, in which Cuoco will play the Oscar-nominated performer, who starred in films like Pillow Talk, Calamity Jane, and The Man Who Knew Too Much. Learn more about the limited series below. Read More »
HBO Max is about to go green.
A new report says that after a year of development, a Green Lantern show based on the popular, ring-wearing DC Comics character has officially received the greenlight at the streaming service. Fear not: this won’t be a show about just one character who has the mantle – instead, it will introduce “a multitude of Lanterns” into the action. Read more about the upcoming show below. Read More »
Supergirl is coming in for one final landing on The CW.
The network announced today that the upcoming sixth season of the superhero series will be its last. Production on the final season begins this month in Vancouver, which has been a home base of production for the network for many years. Season 6 will consist of 20 episodes, and it’s slated to premiere sometime in 2021.
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Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup may be heading back to TV, but in a way you’ve never seen them before: in live-action.
The CW is reportedly developing a live-action Powerpuff Girls sequel series, which takes place years after the events of the Cartoon Network animated show. Oscar winner Diablo Cody (Juno) is writing and executive producing, and Greg Berlanti, the architect of The CW’s Arrowverse and shows like Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, is on board as an executive producer.
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In the wake of the box office disaster that was Justice League, the future of movies from DC Comics has been unclear. Despite the success of Wonder Woman and Aquaman at the box office, Warner Bros. Pictures has been trying to distance themselves from the interconnected universe of superheroes created by director Zack Snyder. The success of Joker will only bolster that initiative, and it appears the future of DC Comics on screen will include the return of The Flash, a new movie for Green Lantern, potentially the involvement of J.J. Abrams, and development of projects at HBO Max. Here’s what we know. Read More »
Greg Berlanti is adding yet another project to his overflowing plate.
Already one of the most prolific producers in Hollywood, Berlanti just announced that he will be making a Strange Adventures anthology series for DC on the HBO Max streaming platform in addition to his new take on Green Lantern. Get the details below. Read More »
Billy Porter is fresh off an historic Emmy win last month, when he became the first openly gay black man to take home the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his work on the FX series Pose. Now he’s poised to make a leap to the big screen in Warner Bros. planned Little Shop of Horrors remake. Find out all the details below. Read More »
Arrow is shooting its last…well, arrow. The Stephen Amell-led comic book drama from executive producer Greg Berlanti and Warner Bros. TV is ending its run with a final, abbreviated eighth season set to air this fall.
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Ava DuVernay and Greg Berlanti are teaming up for a special event series following the lives of three Chicago families in the wake of a police shooting of an unarmed black man. CBS has released an extended The Red Line trailer for this eight-episode series, which stars Noah Wyle and more.
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Right now, rock legend Freddie Mercury is making waves at the box office in the form of the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, telling the story about how his band Queen rose to fame and would make an impact on music for generations. More importantly, the film shines a light on Freddie Mercury’s sexuality, though the frontman never addressed it out in the open. Now, Universal Pictures is looking to the history of the silver screen for a new biopic that will focus on a Hollywood icon forced to hide his own sexuality until he was close to his death bed.
Rock Hudson was a huge Hollywood star with one of those classic long-term studio deals intended to make him a star at Universal. Hudson was given plenty of publicity honors by various entertainment magazines like Star of the Year and Favorite Leading Man, but he was never able to show the viewing public who he really was, always hiding the fact that he was gay despite endless questions about such matters in his private life. Read More »