DC Comics may be looking to make a bunch of lower budget movies, based on lesser-known characters. An Alias favorite is headed to Sleepy Hollow, and more teasers of Arrow's take on Barry Allen. Plus, a Sin City TV show and a Wolfman series are in development. Spoilers ahead!
Rumor has it that David S. Goyer's not just working on the Man of Steel sequel script, he's also developing a bunch of lower-cost, lesser-known movies based on DC characters that would come out in the spring and fall of each year. Supposedly, DC is working on announcing a slate of films possibly including Suicide Squad, Booster Gold, Team 7, and Deathstroke. In theory, DC's aiming for a bottom line of $20 million, with Suicide Squad being the most expensive at $40 million. If this actually happens, the announcement would be coming next year. As always with unsourced rumors, you should take this with a few grains of salt. [Bleeding Cool via First Showing]
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Three little short clips have been posted internationally to drum up excitement over this week's release of the full trailer. They contain, as they are international clips, the "Rise of Electro" subtitle that we've seen before. This may be more evidence that we'll see a domestic name change, too. The clips are below. [Comic Book Resources]