As DC Entertainment's president, Geoff Johns has had a hand in the production of some of the company's most stellar television, film and comics projects in recent memory, including The Flash, Wonder Woman and Doomsday Clock. Now, though, Johns is stepping into a new role that will give him more time for creating content.
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It's always fun to play the guessing game about comic book movie plots based on the carefully selected tidbits of information that studios decide to disclose in the months leading up to the project's release. The Wonder Woman sequel is no exception. Today, DC Entertainment president and Wonder Woman producer Geoff Johns gave us a totally radical clue to where the Amazon warrior is headed next.
Last month, Arrow got to say two words it has desperately wanted to say since it first began its long process of turning the Emerald Archer into "Batman with trick arrows". But what was the straw that broke the camel's bat-back? Turns out, it was Stephen Amell himself.
Fans waiting for the first piece of casting on DC's upcoming live-action Teen Titans show, Titans, are about to have a good day.
When Ben Affleck stepped back from directing The Batman, we knew changes were coming. Turns out those changes are total. In a new interview, director Matt Reeves confirmed what many had long suspected. He won't be using the original script Affleck was working on with DC's Geoff Johns.
Video: Superman: The Movie is still one of the most iconic and influential superhero films of all time, its legacy being felt in the superhero movies made today. But it, and the man who swooped in to save it -- the legendary Richard Donner -- perhaps made their most important impact as inspirations for the careers of both Geoff Johns and Kevin Feige.
About a year ago, news broke that the DC/Vertigo comic Scalped was going to become a TV show on WGN America. Not much has happened since but then, out of almost nowhere, actress Lily Gladstone has been cast as one of the leads.
One of the biggest criticisms about how Warner Bros. was handling its DC properties was that there wasn't one person overseeing it all. It was a large group of people, too many cooks in the kitchen, and that diluted the overall vision. There was no equivalent of Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige. Well, DC Films has finally changed that. It's found some Kevin Feiges.