Geek News on the Radio, August, 13 2015

‘Fantastic Four’ Blame Game: Fox, Director Josh Trank Square Off Over On-Set “Chaos”

Before the film opened, the director tweeted that he had made “a fantastic version” of the film that audiences would “probably never see.”
Days before Fantastic Four opened, director Josh Trank sent an email to some members of the cast and crew to say he was proud of the film, which, he wrote, was “better than 99 percent of the comic-book movies ever made.”

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No new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens at Disney’s D23 fan convention

It’s okay, R2. The new trailer will be here soon. Soon. But if you’re waiting for a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer at Disney’s D23 fan convention this weekend … sorry, you are going to have to keep waiting.

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Tom Hardy to Develop Comic Book Adaptation ‘100 Bullets’

Tom Hardy is on board to produce and possibly star in New Line’s adaptation of the Vertigo comic book “100 Bullets.” Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso’s acclaimed comic follows a man who presents various people with a gun, the identity of the person who ruined their lives and a hundred rounds of untraceable ammunition. Plot details are currently being kept under wraps.

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It was officially announced that John Constantine would be appearing on Arrow this coming season at the TCA press tour yesterday, with Matt Ryan reprising his role from the cancelled NBC series as DC’s occult hero, and now we’re getting some more info on just how this appearance will work.

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Supergirl Will Not Crossover With Arrow And The Flash Says CBS Head

From the ongoing TCA event, CBS Entertainment president Nina Tassler has squashed fans hopes that Supergirl may crossover with the DC Comics television series airing on sister network The CW, including Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow. As tweeted by USA Today’s Gary Levin, the most you’ll see of these characters during each other’s time slots is during commercials.

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‘Deadpool’ Director: Ryan Reynolds Had ‘Green Lantern’ Issues To Work Out

Ryan Reynolds’ first attempt at headlining a comic book movie franchise, 2011’s infamous Green Lantern, didn’t exactly go as planned. Failing to impress critics (read our review) and making only $219.8 million worldwide at the box office, the hopeful franchise was over as quickly as it began. The results were so bad that Warner Bros. is waiting until 2020 to put the Green Lantern Corp. in another tentpole film.

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