DC has released animated mock-ups of more of their Futures End event covers, including the one for The Flash. (The before and after images were revealed a few weeks ago.) It’s a big download (800K), so I’m putting it behind the cut. Continue reading
Collider reports from Showest that Warner Bros. plans to use DC superheroes as the new “tent pole” big-event movies, taking the place the Harry Potter films have had for the past decade. Word is that the Flash is up next after Green Lantern, aiming for a 2012 release.
Greg Berlanti, recently rumored to be in the running for director, ducked the question when asked about the film.
Also of interest: Warner Bros. plans to release all of their tentpoles in 3D. I’m not sure how effective 3-D would be for the Flash or his usual Rogues Gallery, but it has some interesting possibilities if they toss in a brief fight with the Folded Man.
The project has been in development hell for years (Warner Bros. announced it in 2004), but with the new DC Entertainment organization, we’re finally starting to see movement.