Amazon has recently gone about recruiting some big names for its six upcoming comedy pilots, including the larger-than-life John Goodman and former 'Frasier' star Bebe Neuwirth, but its latest casting might be the most 'Arresting' development yet. Fresh off Netflix's upcoming 'Arrested Development' reunion, fellow streaming service-turned original content provider Amazon has recruited Jeffrey Tambor for a starring role in upcoming series 'The Onion Presents: The News,' but will it interfere with other projects?
Once it became apparent that The CW's 'Arrow' would prove a big success for the network, DC comics fans were excited to hear that The CW might look to capitalize on the good will by developing a unique Wonder Woman TV series titled 'Amazon,' focusing on the younger days of titular hero Princess Diana. The CW brass seemed optimistic that the project would move forward, but now the drama has been left off the network's list of pilot pick-ups for the season. Is 'Amazon' dead in the water?
A few days ago we heard the surprising, yet phenomenal report that CBS had decided to move forward with its 'Zombieland' TV series after all, after nearly two years spent in development. The series would pic up where Ruben Fleischer's 2009 film left off, albeit with new actors replacing the now-household names and a few new characters thrown into the mix. Now it seems that the initial reports may have been off, and the 'Zombieland' TV series might be headed to Amazon.com's streaming service instead. Get the latest on a 'Zombieland' TV series inside!
Though we've yet to hear very much concrete information, even after an update from The CW at their TCA press tour panel, 'Amazon' remains a hot-button pilot of which fanboys are eager to hear. Following the success of The CW's 'Arrow,' the network has continued developing their 'Smallville'-meets-Wonder Woman pilot, most importantly casting the iconic Amazonian princess, but who could take the role? Does The CW have an early frontrunner in 'Being Human' star Amy Manson?
Given the success of The CW's 'Arrow,' we were unsurprised to learn that the network would look to capitalize on its DC success by developing a Wonder Woman adaptation titled 'Amazon.' Some time ago we heard that casting was already underway, but what does The CW have to say on its progress? And if 'Amazon' isn't far off, have discussions begun about other DC characters? Find out the latest on 'Amazon' inside!
Before we were assured of her big-screen 'Justice League' debut on 2015, Wonder Woman has had a hell of a time getting back into live-action. Not only did the multiple movie plans fall apart, but David E. Kelley's big-budget pilot for an NBC TV series was practically laughed into cancellation. Now, even as The CW eyes its own gritty 'Wonder Woman' reboot to follow through on the success of 'Arrow,' failed TV pilot creator Kelley believes the idea could still work on TV. Does Wonder Woman really have a future on the small screen?
With streaming services becoming all the more the rage, along with new havens for original programming, we'd been hearing that Amazon would soon take the leap into developing its own content. But why choose for themselves what to produce? The internet marketplace juggernaut has greenlit 6 original pilots from various producers, including Kristen Schaal ('Bob's Burgers,' '30 Rock'), Kevin Sussman and John Ross Bowie ('The Big Bang Theory'), and your choice will determine which gets produced!
Given the breakaway success of The CW's 'Arrow,' it's not hard to believe that the network might be eager to get its ducks in a row for the potential forthcoming Wonder Woman pilot 'Amazon.' Yesterday we heard that Warner Bros. might be looking to get a jump on casting the titular heroine for one reason or another, but are you ready to see what The CW has in mind? Does 'Amazon' feature Wonder Woman as we know her, or someone else altogether?
Earlier this year we'd heard that The CW was looking to expand its array of super-powered heroines (and DC characters) by developing a Wonder Woman-based series titled 'Amazon.' Focusing on the character's teen years as Diana, the script has yet to recieve an official pilot order from The CW, but that hasn't stopped Warner Bros. from beginning the casting process for the titular Amazonian princess! Who might the studio have in mind?
When NBC announced in 2010 that it was moving forward with a pilot of David E. Kelley's live-action 'Wonder Woman' TV series with Adrianne Palicki in the role, fan reaction was mixed at best. Between questions of the characters goofiness, and an outfit and pilot that certainly didn't help matters, it's no wonder NBC ultimately passed on the series. But with The CW's own Wonder Woman adaptation 'Amazon' on the horizon, what does comic media mogul and one-time 'Wonder Woman' prospect Joss Whedon have to say on the matter?