Amazon To Revive The Mark?

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The outlet reports that the series could live on Amazon, which has now begun the process of developing their own content, not only with Warburton back in the title role but also series creator Ben Edlund writing and producing the revival. For the time being though, treat this one strictly as a rumor and check back here for future confirmation. The original series of "The Tick" ran on FOX for just nine episodes from 2001 to 2002 and was based on the comic of the same name by Edlund. Cosplay Photos from Dragon Con 2014! Source: SuperHeroHype August 29, 2014 and are attending this weekend�s Dragon Con in Atlanta, Georgia and we�ve posted our�first batch of cosplay photos from the event which you can check out by clicking here ! Check back later this weekend for even more cosplay photos as well as pictures of the annual Dragon Con parade!

Phil Lord and Chris Miller to Reboot The Greatest American Hero for TV Source: Deadline August 29, 2014 "The Greatest American Hero" is headed back to television with a pilot in the works from the 21 Jump Street and The LEGO Movie team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller! Deadline has the news, reporting that the show is being developed for FOX as an hourlong series. Based on the ABC-TV series which ran from 1980 to 1983, "The Greatest American Hero" follows a nebbishy teacher who becomes a reluctant superhero after extraterrestrials give him a special suit with powers he can barely understand or control when he loses its instruction manual. The original stars William Katt, Robert Culp and Connie Sellecca.

Machete Kills Scribe to Draft Michael Bay-Produced Cosmic Motors Liam Neeson Would Reprise Ra's al Ghul on Arrow 'In a Heartbeat' Source: MTV August 30, 2014 Back at the San Diego Comic-Con , it was revealed that the "big bad" for the upcoming third season of "Arrow" would be none other than Ra's al Ghul. Though casting is still coming together for the character on the series, there is one person who previously played the role and would jump right back in, if he could. Speaking with MTV , Liam Neeson was asked if he had been approached about reprising the role to which he replied: "No, I haven't, I haven't at all.�I would, in a heartbeat, if it came my way, yeah, very much so." Neeson then went on to offer whoever is cast in the role a bit of advice, saying: "They have to believe in their philosophy. Ra's al Ghul absolutely believed what he was doing was ultimately saving civilization, and it was quite a good argument he comes up with. Throughout the ages this fraternity, that brought the plague to wipe out a section of mankind because it needed to be regenerated again. Very dangerous, but you have to believe it." Neeson, of course, played the role in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins�and even reprised it briefly in 2012's The Dark Knight Rises.

Liam Neeson Would Reprise Ra's al Ghul on Arrow 'In a Heartbeat'

Machete Kills Scribe to Draft Michael Bay-Produced Cosmic Motors Source: Variety , Daniel Simon August 29, 2014 Warner Bros. has set Machete Kills screenwriter Kyle Ward on their upcoming Michael Bay-produced adaptation of concept artist Daniel Simon's book Cosmic Motors. The book, subtitled "spaceships, cars and pilots of another galaxy," is described on Simon's official site as follows: Come explore the vehicle designs of a far away galaxy called Galaxion where futuristic concepts exist in everyday life. Nine different spaceships, pods, race cars, giant trains, warships and balloons from various planets of the Galaxion system are shown from concept to completion. Daniel Simon is an established senior car designer who has spent the last several years focusing his talents on futuristic concepts for such automakers as Bugatti and Lamborghini. In his first book, Cosmic Motors, each chapter shows the design process of a unique vehicle, from the first ideation sketches to the stunningly detailed 3-D models to the final photo-realistic full spread renderings.