After Margot Robbie’s scene stealing role in Suicide Squad, it’s not surprising to see Warner Bros warming up to the idea of a Harley Quinn standalone film.According to various reports, it seems as if Warner wants to bring along a few more mainstay DC characters along for the ride as well. It’s widely expected that The Harley Quinn movie will also see the Birds of Prey, which consists of characters such as Batgirl, Black Canary and the Huntress.
Robert Redford Calls It A Day
It looks like veteran actor, Robert Redford is finally about to call it quits as an actor. Redford who has appeared on film for over 50 years in classics such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is apparently “getting tired of acting.” The actor in recent years have appeared in box-office efforts such as Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Pete’s Dragon however will still continue work behind the camera especially with directing and also promoting the Sundance Film Festival.
The Inhumans Movie
Marvel Films pulled the plug on The Inhumans movie from the big screen but it seems the project is not as dead as it would seem. The house of wonders has recently greenlit an Inhumans TV series for ABC and to top it off, they’re going to screen the first two episodes in IMAX theatres in America as well. It remains to be seen what iteration of the Inhumans will appear on screen as there is also an ongoing storyline with Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD as well. In the comic books, the Inhumans follows a a race of human-Kree super powered warriors led by Black Bolt.
Heroes vs Aliens
The CW is setting up an epic showdown that will bring together characters from their superhero slate to take on invaders from outer space. The massive crossover event will bring together series such as Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow who will band together to take on aliens known as The Dominators. The crossover event starts on November 28th with Supergirl before the team-up spreads across the remaining series on The CW.
Bone Movie Moves Ahead
After languishing in development hell for almost a decade, the Bone adaptation may well be moving forward. A lot of fans of the cult classic have been waiting to see the Jeff Smith comic book come to life and now Warner Bros. has tapped Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne to helm the film. According to recent reports, the animated Bone film is being looked at as a possible trilogy, which will effectively make it a potentially lucrative franchise for Warner Bros.