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David Tennant Considered for Plastic Man in Justice League?

DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. are rumored to be considering adding some comedy relief to their planned Justice League film with the addition of Plastic Man to the line-up. David Tennant’s name has come up in regards to casting the character.

Affleck Getting Batted Around Online By Angry Bat-Fans

 

Fans of the Caped Crusader spent their Friday lashing out at the choice of Ben Affleck as Batman in the Man of Steel sequel. The Oscar winning actor has a 71% disapproval rating on Twitter.

 

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Announces Infinite Crisis Founders Program

Everybody is talking video games these days and what goes better with video games than superheroes, free play and some Infinite Crisis? A collaboration between Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Turbine - remember The Lord of the Rings Online™? -  is great news to online gaming fans. Together these entertainment wizards are bringing you some great free-to-play online gaming and of course some very cool bonus features. Founders Program, Turbine’s MOBA, and the DC Multiverse all in one interactive entertainment experience sounds like some exciting gaming news indeed. Come on inside and read on.

DC President Diane Nelson talks about the Future of DC films...

 

As the current President of DC Entertainment, Diane Nelson has the inside info that comic fans want to hear. She talked to the Hollywood Reporter about why Man of Steel worked, why Green Lantern failed, possible Wonder Woman and Sandman films, and the future of DC movies.

 

No New DC Movies Until After Justice League: Is DC Intimidated...

Over the years, DC Comics—who are owned by Warner Bros.—have had successful film franchises for Superman and Batman. However, despite their long history and wealth of characters, they’ve never had a hit hero franchise that didn’t have the Man of Steel or the Dark Knight involved. Currently they have no plans to even try until they see how the Justice League movie does. Is DC perhaps a bit intimidated by Marvel’s recent mega-success at movies?

Arrow Puts DC Comics’ Emerald Archer in the Limelight

DC super heroes have experienced a hit and miss relationship with TV viewers over the years. There's been some live-action hits like the original 1950's The Adventures of Superman, Batman, Smallville, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and the 1970's Wonder Woman. We've seen short-lived ones that some consider genius while others look at as failures such as The Flash and Birds of Prey. Let's also not forget the unaired Wonder Woman and Aquaman pilots which never even got a chance to excel or flop. Now Green Arrow gets his chance at stardom.

Focal Point: Ultra HD Snobbery

Some betrayals are hard to forgive in this week's edition of the Focal Point webcomic! There is absolutely no denying that I'm a "snob"...