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‘Supergirl’ and ‘Flash’ Boss Teases Musical Writers, Original Songs

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CBS / Warner Bros.

It didn’t take long after the announcement of a musical Supergirl-Flash crossover for rumor mills to jump the gun with reports of Joss Whedon and Neil Patrick Harris, when in reality producers have only just begun assembling the four-way crossover. Now, DC boss Greg Berlanti updates on the musical, including a writer “we’re really excited about.”

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‘Supergirl’ Has Smaller Role in ‘Flash,’ ‘Arrow’ and ‘Legends’ Crossover

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The CW / CBS

The third year of CW crossovers was already big enough between The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, before Supergirl unexpectedly flew into the fray. And while most details of the four-way teamup remain under wraps, producers suggest that Supergirl itself will play a limited role in the upcoming crossover.

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DC’s ‘Black Lightning’ Strikes FOX With TV Pilot Commitment

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DC Comics

The moment DC TV power-player Greg Berlanti had in mind to develop Black Lightning as its own series, we knew it’d move fast. So it is, that FOX has nabbed the new DC drama, with a pilot production commitment for the future.

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The ‘Booster Gold’ Movie Won’t Be Connected to the DC Cinematic Universe

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DC Comics

Back in May we learned that the DCEU’s dark, dingy corners might have a little light shined into them by way of Booster Gold, the cocky, funny, quick-witted fellow form the future who steals some high-tech gear and travels back in time to the present day in order to make a name for himself as a superhero. Now we’ve learned that the Booster Gold movie won’t be involved in the DC cinematic universe at all.

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The CW’s ‘Riverdale’ Scheduled For Midseason And You Won’t Believe Who Archie’s Ex-Girlfriend Is

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As news of the 2016-2017 television season begins to take shape like an ever growing eldritch horror, The CW today announced its plans plans for the upcoming year, including when we can expect Greg Berlanti and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's Twin Peaks inspired Archie Comics adaptation Riverdale.

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‘Booster Gold’ Movie Reportedly in the Works With ‘Thor’ Writer Zack Stentz

DC Comics
DC Comics

There have been plenty of rumors to suggest that Warner Bros. is aware of the problems with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and although it’s going to be fairly difficult for the studio to course-correct, there are a few optimistic cards on the table. One of them is a Booster Gold movie, with WB reportedly setting Thor and X-Men: First Class scribe Zack Stentz to develop a screenplay with — here’s the best part — DC TV’s Greg Berlanti producing.

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I Just Want People To Have Fun: Melissa Benoist and the ‘Supergirl’ Team on Finding the Joy in Being a Hero [Interview]

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CBS

While the the first female-led superhero film to arrive in theaters is still a few years off, the vacuum will be filled this coming Monday in TV land. Yes, Supergirl will soon beat the likes of Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, Black Widow and even Jessica Jones to the punch as the first female superhero to get her own live-action starring vehicle this century. DC Comics and Warner Bros. have had some success in the serialized drama arena with Arrow and The Flash, but even from the earliest marketing you could tell Supergirl was carving a different path, and not just because she's on another network.

This week we were given an early look at the upcoming pilot for Supergirl, and it's clear the series will be taking a much lighter approach to its hero's journey than the more gritty street-level action of Arrow or even the sci-fi turmoil of The Flash.

While that's a fresh approach given the recent climate of superhero fare, the first episode isn't without its flaws. After viewing it, we took part in a conversation with producers Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg (both also responsible for Arrow and The Flash), as well as the new Supergirl herself, Melissa Benoist, to discuss the show, where it's headed, and the challenges of making a nigh-invulnerable lead vulnerable.

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Is Dreamboat Actor Steven R. McQueen Playing Nightwing In ‘Titans’?

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Pretty actor/model/actor-model Steven R. McQueen has departed his role in the TV show The Vampire Diaries, where he played "pretty fella who never does anything but his sister his really into vampires," in order to... well, no-one knows what he plans to do next. But the actor has long been lobbying for the chance to bring the DC superhero Nightwing to the screen, and with a Nightwing-based Titans TV show in development at TNT, it seems likely that McQueen has landed his dream role.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Vampire Diaries executive producer Julie Plec pointedly noted that McQueen would be welcome to return to the show, "unless he finally gets his wish to play a superhero and he’s unavailable." As hints go, that seems like a heavy one. But is McQueen the right heartthrob to play comics' premiere hunk?

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Riverdale: Archie Returns To Live Action Television, Will Not Talk About Last Time This Happened

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Pretty soon we'll be surprised to find out that TV shows that aren't based on comics are being developed.

The newest comics-based show coming to the airwaves is Riverdale, an Archie Comics series that has been picked up by Fox. Arrow and The Flash producer Greg Berlanti's production studio will produce the show, and the pilot will be written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Archie Comics' chief creative officer and writer of Afterlife with Archie. According to an Archie Comics press release, the show will be more like Twin Peaks than Leave it to Beaver.

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Supergirl TV Show Leaps To Series In A Single Bound At CBS – What Does It Mean?

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Last week there was talk that a Supergirl TV show was in development from Arrow and Flash executive producer Greg Berlanti. This week CBS has jumped straight to a series order for the show, meaning Supergirl is just about guaranteed to make it to air (or else the network pay a hefty kill fee) -- and we can all start wildly speculating about who they'll cast as the lead and which version of the character will make it to the screen.

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