New DC Live Action TV Shows? Geoff Johns Teases San Diego Announcements

Arrow_Vol_1_1Straight from Collider, from the horse’s mouth, and in the light of the success of Arrow. Could this hint at a Green Arrow film? A Superman TV show? Or a definitive answer to that Justice League movie?

JOHNS: One of the things that I thought really worked was that you have Smallville on television and Superman Returns come out in the theater, and it was fine. Nobody freaked out, nobody thought they were competing. These characters are strong enough to live in video games, animation, television, film, and so Arrow, you will see a lot of characters coming in there, you might some see more DC TV shows. Obviously that’s what everybody wants. It’s exciting, I wish we could talk more about plans, but let’s talk about it Comic-Con.

COLLIDER: I was going to say, I know we’re in May, it’s like once you hit April-May, everyone just gets — no one wants to talk about it until July. So you’re saying that in July I’m going to know more?

JOHNS: You’ll know a lot more about DC in July at Comic-Con. Across the board.

More to come however… and lots of questions Geoff wasn’t willing to talk about. Which just lets people fill in the gaps.

Let me get some of these questions from the fans.  Booster Gold TV series.

JOHNS: Booster Gold TV series: still in development, Andrew Kreisberg is working on it right now.

Plans for Green Lantern after the movie.

JOHNS: There are plans.  There are plans.

In other words, we might see Ryan [Reynolds] in Justice League.  Will DC Nation Block be expanded?

JOHNS: Teen Titans Go! just premiered.  If you’re a fan of DC Animation, I suggest you watch that show. 

What happened to 100 Bullets on Showtime?

JOHNS: I can’t talk about that yet.  Sorry.

Wonder Woman.  What is the possibility of something with that ending on TV, the big screen?

JOHNS: Very, very good.

So it’s still something that’s a priority?

JOHNS: Absolutely.

What are your thoughts on Gina Carano?  She’s in Fast & Furious 6, she was in Haywire.

JOHNS: Let’s move on…

Damn these Free Comic Book Day signings, anyone can just walk up and ask questions…


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