DC Comics' two-fisted, beer-swillin' bounty hunter, Lobo, makes his trip to feature film-land with this Warner Bros. production, spear-headed by director Guy Ritchie. Don Payne provides the scripting duties on a story that sees the heavy metal antihero making his way to Earth to hunt down three intergalactic outlaws.
Screenwriter Jason Fuchs shares a Lobo comic book image that indicates the movie will be using the original version of the character.
Wonder Woman and Pan screenwriter Jason Fuchs has come aboard to write the script for Warner Bros.' DC Comics superhero adaptation Lobo
Director Brad Peyton reveals what happened with his upcoming Lobo movie for DC Comics, which almost starred Dwayne Johnson.
The action star recently met with Warner Bros. for this unspecified project. Plus, he reveals that San Andreas 3D will start shooting in April.
The action star will reunite with Journey 2: The Mysterious Island director Brad Peyton for this comic-book adaptation, if a deal is made.
The Journey 2: The Mysterious Island director will also rewrite the script for Warner Bros.' languishing comic book adaptation.
A new story also reveals that Lobo is all but dead as well.
Producer Joel Silver says Lobo will most likely have new director.