It's unclear just which version of the character might manifest, but John Constantine is headed for TV at NBC. Deadline reports that a Constantine drama has sold to NBC with penalty, meaning that if the pilot doesn’t make it to the small screen, the network will have to shell out a pretty penny to none other than writer/executive producers Daniel Cerone (The Mentalist) and David S. Goyer, known in these parts as the co-writer of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel, the upcoming Batman vs. Superman.
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Following Michiel Huisman's recent casting in the upcoming NBC adaptation of The Sixth Gun comic series by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt, all eyes have been peeled for who would play the last uncast role in the series, Missy Hume. According to the latest announcement from NBC, Elena Satine (Magic City) will star as the ruthless and eternally youthful se
Following a flurry of other casting announcements, NBC's The Sixth Gun TV pilot has officially named its Drake Sinclair. Michiel Huisman (Treme) will play the roguish gunslinger in the adaptation of the long-running The Sixth
Upcoming: Dark Horse Comics and Crystal Dynamics will release the 48-page Tomb Raider: The Beginning prequel comic as a Tomb Raider video game pre-order bonus through Best Buy, with further stories and reading options to be announced.
TV: Jeffrey Reiner (Awake) has
What comic will be next to win over mainstream audiences thanks to a television adaptation, a la Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead? It just might be The Sixth Gun, Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt's wonderful supernatural weste
Fundraising: Jillian Kirby, the 16-year-old granddaughter of Jack Kirby, announces Kirby4Heroes, a fundraising effort for the Hero Initiative, in honor of The King of Comics' August 28 birthday at Hero Complex.
TV: NBC is developing a live action adaptation of Adam Beechen and Manny Bello's
Allow me to be the millionth person to say this about last night's episode of Community: This isn't the sitcom we deserve... it's the sitcom we need. And last night's episode was the perfect example of why. It involved the pretty typical sitcom s
Last weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live featured the return of "The Ambiguously Gay Duo," the popular animated superhero parody by Robert Smigel. A recurring feature on SNL, a new episode of "TAGD" hadn't been broadcast since 2007, but the wait was no doubt worth it for fans of Ace and Gary, who reunited in the forms of Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon for a live-action adventure. Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, Fred Armisen and Ed Helms also appeared.Twelve episodes of "The Ambig