Deadline is reporting that Alan Tudyk has joined the cast of the DC Universe streaming show Doom Patrol from Greg Berlanti and Warner Bros TV. Tudyk will be playing the role of Eric Morden/Mister Nobody, one of the key villains of the Grant Morrison/Richard Case run and whose team The Brotherhood of Dada is emblematic of the tenor of their take on DC’s strangest heroes.
Here's the awesome opening titles for #Powerless #DCTV pic.twitter.com/C0C4NjJmOS — Chris Hasson (@watchallirish) February 3, 2017 Powerless, debuted last night, the first “Sit com” from the DC TV universe. It follows a bunch of product development types at Wayne Security, a Wayne Enterprises spinoff that is headquartered in the less exciting Charm City. Vanessa Hudgens […]
Comic-Con HQ, the SVOD launched by Comic-Con International and Lionsgate is having a big splash this weekend with a sponsorship of Free Comic Book Day and a launch of free codes to get access to a beta of the service. They’ve also just announced that they’ll be hosting Con Man, the behind the scenes of con […]
Seems like everyone had the same great idea at the same time: with comic-cons proliferating, and nerdlebrities making a circuit out of it, wouldn’t this be fine fodder for a realityish TV show/webisode of some kind? And wouldn’t actors who had starred in TV shows that had insanely fanatic fanbases but who didn’t get much airtime outside of that be the perfect people to do it?
It seems both Firefly’s Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion and Supernatural’s Rob Benedict and Richard Speight, Jr had the same idea. And both have turned to Indiegogo to bring these ideas to fruition.