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Swamp Thing Casts Villain

The DC Universe app series Swamp Thing has cast its villain for the series with Kevin Durand as Jason Woodrue, aka Floronic Man, a brilliant but abrasive scientist who gets transmogrified super-villain into the super-villain. In the comics, Floronic Mana is a plant/human hybrid who wishes to eradicate all animal life. The news follows Swamp Thing being …

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Virginia Madsen Joins Swamp Thing

The DC Universe app series Swamp Thing continues casting as Virginia Madsen joins the cast as Maria Sunderland, a key series regular opposite Crystal Reed. Virginia Madsen will play Maria Sunderland, who traded in her privileged upbringing for the swamps of Marais when she married local business magnate Avery Sunderland (not yet cast), but Avery’s …

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Swamp Thing: Walking Dead's Jeryl Prescott Cast As Madame Xanadu

Swamp Thing: Walking Dead’s Jeryl Prescott Cast As Madame Xanadu

The upcoming live-action Swamp Thing series for the DC Universe streaming app adds The Walking Dead‘s Jeryl Prescott as Madame Xanadu. The character is described as a blind fortune teller with a mysterious past and supernatural perceptions that reveal the future. Prescott played Jacqui in the first season of The Walking Dead who stayed behind at the …

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Swamp Thing To Be Hard R-Rated

Swamp Thing To Be Hard R-Rated

The DC Universe streaming service is going hard core as not only does the live-action Titans look pretty serious, but now it’s learned the Swamp Thing series is going for more of a hard R-rated approach. Producer and writer on Swamp Thing, Gary Dauberman, who is also behind hits such as IT, the Annabelle movies …

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Maria Sten Cast In Swamp Thing

Maria Sten Cast In Swamp Thing

Additional casting for the DC Universe Swamp Thing live-action TV series is made known as Maria Sten has been cast as Liz Tremayne. Maria Sten, known for Channel Zero and Straight Outta Compton, will be a series regular opposite Crystal Reed, who is playing Abby Arcane. For the series, the character of Liz Tremayne is described as: a close childhood friend …

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DC Universe Coming To Comic-Con

The new DC Universe digital streaming service is coming to next week’s San Diego Comic-Con in a big way! Check out the details below, which includes a DC Universe exhibit set outside the SDCC featuring Batman, Young Justice, Titans, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing and Harley Quinn!   EXPERIENCE THE DC UNIVERSE LIKE NEVER BEFORE DC …

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DC Universe Officially Announced

DC officially announces their new DC Universe streaming network, which includes the live-action Titans, Young Justice Season 3, Swamp Thing, comics, social networks and lots more. Check out the official announcement, sizzle reel and art below! Introducing DC UNIVERSE: A First-of-Its-Kind Digital Subscription Service Designed Especially for Fans DC UNIVERSE goes beyond streaming to deliver …

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James Wan Announced On Swamp Thing

James Wan is sticking with DC as it’s announced the Aquaman director is tackling Swamp Thing for the new DC Universe digital streaming network. Check out the official announcement below. James Wan also commented on Twitter: Been developing this “vegetarian hero” for awhile now 🙂 With a great team. Happy to finally share. Expect — …

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Injustice 2 Swamp Thing Trailer

Following the Injustice 2 trailers for Black Canary, Blue Beetle and Robin, check out the gameplay reveal trailer for Swamp Thing. Injustice 2 is NetherRealm Studios' super-powered sequel to the hit game Injustice: Gods Among Us that allows players to build and power up the ultimate version of their favorite DC characters. Featuring a massive selection of DC …

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James Gunn Was Offered DC Movies: Talks Shazam, Batgirl, Suicide Squad & More

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 director James Gunn reveals he was offered to direct DC movies, though exactly when is unclear.

Gunn recently participated in a Facebook Q&A where he mentioned his favorite DC characters he would like to direct.

“I thought there was some amazing action sequences in Man of Steel, but I haven’t seen the other two films [Batman Vs Superman and Suicide Squad]. I’ve had opportunities to make DC films, but I haven’t said yes to anything, and not sure I would at this time,” Gunn said. “I’ve talked before about which projects appeal to me the most IF I was into making one, and it’s always Shazam and Metal Men and Swamp Thing and [Jonah] Hex and a few other DC IPs I’ve enjoyed for a great deal of my life.”

Gunn also let it be known that the Cassandra Cain version of Batgirl is one of his favorite female superheroes, and he talked about the fact that Suicide Squad topped his 2014 Guardians of the Galaxy movie at the August box office.

“It beat us first weekend,” Gunn said. “We almost made more money second weekend. And there is a very likely chance we’ll make more money at the end of the day (we made more domestically than BvS even). The great thing about Guardians wasn’t that it came in and made a ton of money but that so many people went and told their friends about the movie, who went to see it, and that people kept coming back again and again. By the time we were in the later weeks, we were making more money than any comic book film EVER, which was such an amazing feeling for those of us who put our hearts into it.”

Regarding the DC movies, Dwayne Johnson is attached to the Shazam movie as both a producer and the villain Black Adam; Justice League Dark (Swamp Thing) looks to have been axed in favor of an animated movie; Jonah Hex did just appear on DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow last season, and a Metal Men movie was said to be in the works a few years ago directed by Barry Sonnefeld, which looks to have never gotten off the ground floor or is still waiting for the full green light.

James Gunn also said Guardians of the Galaxy 3 will probably get made, but he’s unsure if he will return to direct the third movie.

(via den of geek/collider)

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” has a May 5, 2017 release starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Michael Rooker and Sean Gunn. New cast members include Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris Sullivan and Kurt Russell.


Set to the all-new sonic backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” continues the team’s adventures as they unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s true parentage.


Watch: Swamp Thing Animation Test For Live-Action Justice League Dark Movie

Following the Justice League Dark animated sneak peek, now test animation featuring Swamp Thing for a live-action Justice League Dark movie has hit the net.

At one time, WB was going to go forward with Guillermo Del Toro’s live-action Justice League Dark movie; however, now with the animated version coming out, it’s thought the live-action project is DOA.

Director Joseph Khan, known for Torque, Detention and Power/Rangers, posted a video on Vimeo of a Swamp Thing animation test he used to pitch Justice League Dark to WB.

“I pitched on Dark Universe before it became an animated movie. Here’s an 8 second test of Swamp Thing I designed,” Khan added.

At one time it was said Colin Farrell was going to play John Constantine in the JLD movie, with Ben Mendelsohn as the villain Anton Arcane.

Matt Ryan, the Constantine from the TV series, voices the character in the animated Justice League Dark movie.