Now that he's been given the keys to the entire DC multiverse, James Gunn can pretty much make whatever movies and TV shows he wants to. Occasionally, Star Trek fans hear why another filmmaker has left the company.
James Gunn is being warned not to touch the still-fresh corpse of a fan-favorite series by DC fans...
James Gunn has the whole DC Universe at his disposal to do what he desires, but DC enthusiasts are warning him not to reboot the characters from a beloved TV series they're still grieving. One sacrilegious Redditor went into the fire when they suggested Gunn include new versions of the latter show's quirky superhero team in the DCU. While it's certainly possible, perhaps it's better to preserve the original series for a while.
...But he would be wise to grant a Harry Potter-esque project and launch a Netflix crossover.
James Gunn should instead focus on other less-obvious approaches for his universe that would still yield some astonishing results. Firstly, Warner Bros. would be wise to translate Neil Gaiman's The Books of Magic, which is so similar to Netflix's The Sandman series, into live-action.
Matt Shakman explains why he foregoed Star Trek 4 in the Starfleet docking bay for the Fantastic Four.
Matt Shakman, the latest filmmaker to leave this shady film, was fired after Marvel offered him the job of directing the Fantastic Four reboot. Photon torpedoes shattered fans' hopes of seeing more of Chris Pine's Kirk in the process.
Tomorrow, As sure as Andor enthusiasts will gush over their favorite Star Wars series, another batch of sci-fi news will be beaming your way.