Warner Bros. Developing Plastic Man Movie, Rod Serling’s Night Gallery Gets a Syfy Reboot, and More!
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Plastic Man Movie in Development at Warner Bros.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. is developing a film that will put the spotlight on Plastic Man from DC Comics. Plastic Man has a cult status among comic readers, with the power to shapeshift and stretch his body into almost anything. Screenwriter Amanda Idoko has been hired to write the script for this action comedy, but no plot details have been revealed.
Amazon Studios Developing the Refrigerator Monologues for Series
Amazon Studios have announced that they are developing a television series called Deadtown, an adaptation of the novella The Refrigerator Monologues. The idea for the show comes from the trope of “women in refrigerators” and follows a group of dead women who discover their lives were in service to superhero men who ultimately got them killed. The Refrigerator Monologues has no premiere date just yet.
Kim Possible Live-Action Movie Trailer
Here’s the sitch- Disney Channel has revealed the first trailer for its live-action rendition of Kim Possible. Based on the long-running animated series, this film stars Sadie Stanley as the teenage superspy who has to repeatedly save the world from quirky villains. Kim Possible will premiere on the Disney Channel on February 15th, 2019.
See the trailer here!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Syfy Network is developing a reboot of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery series. Night Gallery was an anthology series similar to The Twilight Zone that introduced each story with paintings or sculptures that represented the story’s themes. The new series will tell dark morality tales for the modern audience, with horror and supernatural leanings.
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