Warner Bros. and DC Comics are gearing up for huge announcements in regards to their entire film universe as Saturday gets started in San Diego.
Warner Bros.' Jeff Robinov also says director Marin Campbell won't be back, The Flash script is solid, and Justice League is moving ahead.
The screenwriter talks about using the Barry Allen version of the comic book character instead of the Wally West version.
The DC Comic adaptations start moving faster towards getting green lit.
The writer has completed a treatment for The Flash, but work has not yet started on either script.
The studio is apparently very happy with the current production of Green Lantern.
The sequel will hit theaters on December 16, 2011 and the studio is also close to greenlighting The Flash.
The studio will delve into the DC library for its tentpole slate after the Potter series concludes.
A new story reveals the Green Lantern writer-producer is the top contender to direct this new film.
We've got information on projects like Bizarro Superman, The Flash and more!
The Night at the Museum director explains why he didn't end up directing The Flash.
The Friday Night Lights star is rumored to be up for the role of DC's Fastest Man Alive.
The writer of Jonny Quest takes on DC Comic's Fastest Man Alive.
Warner Brothers still expects to bring the superfast hero to the screen.
The film will go into production as soon as the writers' strike ends.