Game Of Thrones, Avengers: Infinity War, Green Lantern Corps And Other Film And TV News
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Green Lantern Corps
Rupert Wyatt is reported to be the front-runner for the director’s chair on Warner Bros.‘ proposed superhero movie Green Lantern Corps. Wyatt is best known for helming Rise of the Planet of the Apes and most recently oversaw production on the upcoming sci-fi film Captive State. If the rumor is true, he will be directing the studio’s reboot of its long-languishing Green Lantern property.
Avengers: Infinity War
Robert Downey Jr. seemed to indicate that his appearances in Avengers: Infinity War and its as of now untitled sequel may be his last as Tony Stark. Speaking to Australian outlet News.com, the Iron Man actor said that he wanted to “hang up [his] jersey before it’s embarrassing.”
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones sound designer Paula Fairfield says that the the show’s eighth season may consist of feature-length episodes. This news is especially big as the season may only have six episodes in total, meaning that the producers will have more time to fit everything they want to in each segment.
Returning the Favor
Facebook has given the green light to Mike Rowe’s travel show Returning the Favor as part of the social media site’s venture into original programming.
Untitled Facebook Series
Facebook has also opted to produce an untitled documentary show focusing on Lonzo, Liangelo, and LaMelo Ball, a family of young basketball players who have taken the sport by storm.
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