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Geek News on the Radio December 11

‘Teen Titans’ TV Series Being Developed For TNT

If some comic book fans have felt that in this world of blockbuster heroes marching to the big screen and TV networks everywhere, the sidekicks and successors are being left out in the cold, we’ve got some good news. It looks like a few supporting characters are up next in the spotlight, with Titans, a live-action adaptation of the decades-old “Teen Titans” DC Comics series which is currently in development from Warner Bros. television for TNT. (Read Story)

Marvel Tried (And Failed) To Get Spider-Man In CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

The ongoing Sony hack saga has taken a turn that will interest the geeks of the world, as emails reveal that Marvel Studios tried to get Spider-Man to appear in Captain America: Civil War. In the comics, Spidey is a huge part of the story, beginning on Iron Man’s side and unmasking himself on television before finally joining Captain America’s anti-registration rebellion. Fans hoped and prayed that recent rumors about Marvel trying to get a Spidey crossover was about Civil War, so they should be happy to see that Marvel gave it a shot… and failed. (Read Story)

Sony is planning a crossover movie between Men in Black and Jump Street

A lot of very strange news has already come out of the Sony Pictures hack, but this might be the strangest. According to The Wall Street Journal, emails have been found in the leaked cache of documents that reveal the movie studio is planning to make a crossover movie involving the Men in Black and Jump Street franchises for a 2016 or 2017 release. (Read Story)

Dean Devlin Shares His 2 Biggest Mistakes With 1998’s GODZILLA

On Sunday, Hollywood screenwriter and producer, Dean Devlin, participated in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) to promote The Librarians. He answered questions about his Godzilla film, Independence Day and Stargate. (Check it out)

 


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