Want to see some alternate end credits designs considered for Avengers: Endgame? Would you like to see Stephanie Beatriz take over the mantle of Batwoman? What did Ben Affleck have to say to fans about supporting Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Why might there be a challenge with Catwoman once The Batman resumes production? What is James Gunn‘s favorite superhero movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.
Go behind the scenes of the recent DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episode “I Am Legend” in this new featurette.
The Tick star Steven Ogg would’ve fit right in alongside The Boys on Amazon if the show didn’t get canceled.
Marvel Comics are finally coming back with new issues, and they announced what will be coming out in August.
Batwoman executive producer Marc Guggenheim thinks recasting offers them “great creative opportunity.”
There were multiple iterations of the Avengers: Endgame end credits sequence considered. See more over here.
The Stargirl series is currently Certified Fresh with a critical rating of 93%, as well as an audience score of 90%.
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We now know the reason why Ruby Rose decided to leave Batwoman, the role she originated in season one of The CW drama.
“It wasn’t 100-percent her decision,” a source told TV Line. “It was a breakup. She wasn’t happy working on the show, and did that make her fun to work with? No. So everyone decided it would be in the best interests of the show, and for all concerned, if they parted ways. It just wasn’t a good fit.”
Apparently, Ruby didn’t like the “long hours demanded of a lead TV role” and didn’t enjoy living in Vancouver, Canada, where the show was filmed.
The show’s second season is set to debut in January 2021.
Read Ruby Rose‘s shocking announcement right here if you missed it.
During a press conference, The CW chairman Mark Pedowitz confirms that the special two-hour event, in which the two iconic superheroes meet, is being developed.
AceShowbiz -A special crossover episode of the upcoming show “Superman and Lois” and “Batwoman” is in the works.
The chairman of U.S. network The CW, Mark Pedowitz, announced the news on Thursday, May 14, revealing there will be a two-hour event in which the two iconic superheroes meet.
“We’re still working on it. It will be a smaller event than usual, we’re only planning a two-hour event,” Pedowitz said during a press conference. “We are talking about doing Superman and Batwoman together. There’s a lot of characters coming from our other shows.”
It is unclear when the special will be filmed as movie and TV productions remain shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The news comes after it was revealed that “Superman and Lois” received a straight-to-series order while “Batwoman” has been renewed for a second season.
StarzPlay, one of the leading SVOD services in the MENA region, has inked a fresh multi-year deal with Warner Bros for the studio’s TV content, including DC series such as Batwoman, Swamp Thing and the Harley Quinn animated series.
The agreement also covers premium boxsets such as Supernatural, Castle Rock, Pennyworth and Young Sheldon, and library titles like The O.C, Fringe and Two And A Half Men.
StarzPlay says it has one million subs spanning 20 countries, covering MENA and Pakistan. The service was launched in 2015 as Starz Play Arabia, with Lionsgate-owned Starz being a part-owner as well as lending its branding to the platform. The technology behind StarzPlay is now being harnessed by Lionsgate to roll out SVODs in further technologies, including Lionsgate Play in India.
“We have enjoyed a fruitful relationship with Warner Bros. over the last few years and this new deal takes our association a leap further,” said Maaz Sheikh, Co-founder and CEO of StarzPlay. “This is yet another milestone achievement for us that underlines our commitment to offer unparalleled and exceptional entertainment to our subscribers. Warner Bros. is one of the leading premium Hollywood studios and we are proud to deliver their high-quality content including much sought-after DC series to the region.”
“We are pleased to be expanding our existing relationship with the StarzPlay, exemplifying of our commitment to the Middle East market,” added Jeffrey R. Schlesinger, President, Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution. “This long-term deal means that StarzPlay will continue to be the digital home for a great selection of our new and classic television series for years to come.”