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Syfy gives Krypton the axe after 2 seasons & passes on Lobo spin-off Taking place hundreds of years before the birth of Superman, Krypton followed Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), better known as Superman's grandfather, as he fought to redeem his family's honour and save his world from chaos. Unfortunately, it seems that Seg-El's tale has come to an end as it's been announced that Syfy has cancelled the series. [SEEMORE] The second season… Read More...

Syfy gives Krypton the axe after 2 seasons & passes on Lobo spin-off Taking place hundreds of years before the birth of Superman, Krypton followed Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), better known as Superman's grandfather, as he fought to redeem his family's honour and save his world from chaos. Unfortunately, it seems that Seg-El's tale has come to an end as it's been announced that Syfy has cancelled the series. [SEEMORE] The second season… Read More...

Syfy gives Krypton the axe after 2 seasons & passes on Lobo spin-off Taking place hundreds of years before the birth of Superman, Krypton followed Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), better known as Superman's grandfather, as he fought to redeem his family's honour and save his world from chaos. Unfortunately, it seems that Seg-El's tale has come to an end as it's been announced that Syfy has cancelled the series. [SEEMORE] The second season… Read More...

‘The Banana Splits Movie’ Trailer: Syfy Turns the Happy Children’s TV Icons Into Homicidal Monsters Plenty of filmmakers have been accused of destroying people’s childhoods, but Syfy is taking that concept to a new level with The Banana Splits Movie. The furry costumed animals of the ’60s live-action Hanna-Barbera series are coming back with a vengeance — literally. No longer happy-go-lucky children’s performers, the furry foursome Fleegle the Beagle, Bingo the Gorilla, Drooper the Lion, and Snorky the Elephant are now homicidal monsters ready to wreak havoc.

Update: Emmett J. Scanlan confirmed to play Lobo for new spin-off series Update: It's been confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter that Emmett J. Scanlan, who played Lobo for Syfy's KRYPTON series, will reprise his role as the rough 'n' tumble troublemaker for the in-development LOBO spin-off series. When news first broke about plans to develop a series around the character, it was unclear if Scanlan would return as… Read More...

Michael Bay Could Direct the Lobo Movie By Sheryl Oh Third time’s the charm? DC’s long-gestating project about the alien mercenary could finally happen. The comic book movie train just keeps chugging along. But not all cinematic universes operate as well-oiled machines — at least not in the case of DC. Warner Bros.’ rapid shift away from Zack Snyder’s DC Extended Universe footprint is almost amusing and maybe a little sad for some.

Lobo Feature Turns To Wonder Woman Screenwriter There is once again room for Lobo. The film is is back in development — perhaps not the most shocking news as the project has been on-and-off for quite some time and the most likely candidate as a quick answer to Deadpool. According to The Wrap, Wonder Woman screenwriter Jason Fuchs will write the film. The site also indicates Fuchs will start from scratch in lieu of continuing the work of the previously attached director Brad Peyton and screenwriter Don Payne. The eventual film will center on DC Comics‘ well-known intergalactic bounty hunter.

Brad Peyton explains why Lobo movie hasn’t happened Back in 2012 there was a lot of buzz about a potential movie adaptation of Lobo, a DC Comics title following the exploits of the titular intergalactic

What's Popping: 'Prometheus 2,' 'Indiana Jones,' 'Terminator,' 'Lobo,' 'Magic Mike 2'

11:23 AM 3/29/2014 by Binh Ngo
Indiana Jones
Ridley Scott is currently finishing up his biblical tale Exodus: Gods and Kings, but we know which movie he's going to direct next. No, it's not the Blade Runner movie, but Prometheus 2, which is scheduled for theaters on March 4, 2016. Michael Green has been hired to touch up the script.

Dwayne Johnson Teases Mystery Superhero Movie

10:52 AM 3/26/2014 by Binh Ngo
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With Dwayne Johnson's imposing presence and physique, one wonders why he isn't playing a superhero character yet. Turns out there's one in the works. Dwayne Johnson was once attached to play the intergalactic bounty hunter Lobo for Warner Bros., but, according to him, the project fell apart as quickly as it had come together.
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