Friday, May 25, 2018

James Mangold to Write & Direct BOBA FETT Movie

His film is no good to Disney dead.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed yesterday that James Mangold will write and direct an upcoming Star Wars spinoff film based on popular bounty hunter character Boba Fett.  Presumably, the film will be part of the A Star Wars Story series that began in 2016 with Rogue One and continues this week with Solo: A Star Wars Story.

According to the article, it was rumored that Simon Kinberg, the writer-producer behind the X-Men film franchise and films such as The Martian, was working on a Boba Fett movie.  Lucasfilm and Disney have yet to make any official confirmation, but THR's sources say that Mangold will co-write the script with Kinberg, who will also produce the project.

Mangold, 54, is best known as the director of the Wolverine films The Wolverine and Logan, for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay.  In addition, Mangold has directed such other films as 3:10 to Yuma (2007), Walk the Line, Knight and Day, Kate & Leopold, Girl Interrupted, and Cop Land.

Boba Fett has been in the works off and on since February 2013, when it was revealed that Disney was planning a spinoff film.  In May 2015, director Josh Trank exited the project, after reports of Trank's "erratic behavior" during the production of Fantastic Four, which was produced by Kinberg.

Boba Fett first appeared in the infamous 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special in an animated segment as a mysterious figure who betrays Luke Skywalker (after saving him, Chewbacca, C-3PO and R2-D2 from a giant monster), only to be revealed as a bounty hunter working for Darth Vader.  The character first appeared in live action in the 1980 film The Empire Strikes Back, where Fett (Jermey Bulloch) tracked the Millennium Falcon to Cloud City, where Vader captured its passengers and tortures Han Solo.  Wanting to collect a bounty on Solo, Fett confronts Vader about whether Solo will survive the carbon freeze process Vader intends to use on Skywalker.  Vader promises that the Empire will compensate Fett if Solo dies, and after Solo is determined to be alive following the process, Vader turns him over to Fett.

Fett met his apparent end in 1983's Return of the Jediat Jabba the Hutt's palace where Solo's rescuers are captured, and traveled on Jabba's sail barge to a sarlacc pit, where the prisoners were to be executed.  After the prisoners mounted an escape, Fett attempted to intervene, and ended up in a brief battle with Luke Skywalker, but Solo accidentally ignited Fett's rocket pack, sending the bounty hunter falling into the Sarlacc's mouth.

In 2002, Boba Fett received hints of an origin in the prequel film Attack of the Clones, where a young Boba Fett (Daniel Logan) is revealed to be a child clone of Jango Fett, who raised Boba as his son.  Boba helped Jango escape from Obi-Wan Kenobi, but later witnessed Jango's decapitation at the hands of Jedi Master Mace Windu.

THE FANDOM ZONE 137: "The Force of Gravity" is Up!

"Thought that might shut you up."
-- Phil Coulson to Melinda May, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Force of Gravity" 

You guessed it, Karen and I are back with another episode of The Fandom Zone Podcast!  This week's reviews of comics on television include:

Legion 2x06: "Chapter 14"
Krypton 1x08: "Savage Night" 
Gotham 4x21: "One Bad Day"
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 5x21: "The Force of Gravity"

In this episode, Karen and I talk about things like Karen joining Xan Sprouse and I on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast to discuss the Psych episode "Dual Spires", Fox cancelling Lucifer, Legion's Crisis on Infinite Davids, a mouse singing Bryan Ferry's "Slave to Love", Brainiac using a kid as a suicide bomber, General Zod wanting to save Krypton and Adam Strange wanting to let Krypton die, genderswapping the character of Jax-Ur, Sardath and his daughter Alanna, the possible introduction of Hawkwoman, being burned repeatedly by Syfy, Jeremiah planting bombs all over Gotham, Harvey Bullock finally stepping up to the plate and getting respect, Lee not being as committed to the Riddler as he would like to think, Gotham's nod to Batman: The Killing Joke, Alfred finally accepting Selina as being part of Bruce's life, Glenn Talbot becoming the supervillain Graviton, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. connecting to Avengers: Infinity War, Coulson and May finally kissing, the Absorbing Man getting absorbed, why Deke sucks, not being Team Guyliner, ABC cancelling Inhumans, and more!

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Be sure to come back next week as Karen and I review the series finale of Fox's Lucifer, the season finales of Fox's Gotham, The CW's Arrow and ABC's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and a new episode of FX's Legion, right here on The Fandom Zone Podcast!

Monday, May 21, 2018

Jake Gyllenhaal in Talks for Mysterio in SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel

Spider-Man's world is about to get a lot more mysterious.

Deadline has revealed that actor Jake Gyllenhaal is in talks for the role of lead villain Mysterio in the upcoming Sony Pictures sequel to Spider-Man: HomecomingThe film will once again be directed by Jon Watts and star Tom Holland as Spider-Man, who presumably gets a lot better after the events of Avengers: Infinity War.

Gyllenhaal, 37, is best known as the title character in Donnie Darko, and as Jack Twist in the movie Brokeback Mountain, for which he received an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor.  His other films include Zodiac, Life, Nightcrawler, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Jarhead, The Day After Tomorrow, October Sky, City Slickers, Nocturnal Animals, Demolition, Stronger, and Everest.

Created in 1964 by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, Mysterio first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man (vol.1) #13 as Quentin Beck,  a special effects wizard and stuntman working for a major Hollywood studio with dreams of making a name for himself in the film industry. However, he came to see his career in special effects as a dead-end job.  His attempts to become an actor were poorly received, but he realized that his expertise in illusions could make him an effective supervillain.

In his first battle with Spider-Man, after framing Spider-Man for robbing the Midtown Museum, Mysterio obstructed the hero's spider-sense with gas and dissolved Spider-Man's webbing with a chemical abrasive.  However Spider-Man tricked Mysterio into revealing he robbed the museum, then Spider-Man revealed he had captured it on tape.  Mysterio was then jailed, blaming Spider-Man for his ruined career.  Mysterio later joined the Sinister Six in an attempt at revenge on Spider-Man, and battled him using android duplicates of the X-Men.  He battled Spider-Man and joined Doctor Octopus' Sinister Six on several occasions, but this never gave him the edge against his foe that he desired.  Eventually, he began to lose credibility as a supervillain, with his defeat at the hands of preteen superhero team Power Pack being a particularly humiliating moment.

After his final imprisonment during the "Guardian Devil" storyline, Mysterio was given an early release, after being diagnosed with a brain tumor and lung cancer, both caused by the chemicals and radiation from his equipment.  He was given one year to live, but this imminent death caused prison psychiatrists to grant him an early release.  Obsessed with exacting his final revenge on Spider-Man, he was disappointed when he deduced from newspaper articles that the current Spider-Man was just a clone and saw no dignity in overpowering a 'copy' of the real thing (even though by then, the clone had been killed and the current Spider-Man was indeed the original).  Mysterio decided to change his plan and focus on Daredevil, whom he had encountered recently during an insurance scam that the hero had thwarted.

After the Kingpin gave Mysterio all the information he possessed about Daredevil's past, Mysterio developed an elaborate plot to drive Daredevil insane using a special designed drug to influence Daredevil's mood, presenting him with a baby girl and conflicting reports that she was the second coming of Christ or the Antichrist, with the drug rendering Daredevil violent if anyone suggested that the child was innocent.  In the course of the scheme, Karen Page was killed by Bullseye after Mysterio had convinced her that she was suffering from HIV due to her time as a porn star, Matt Murdock's partner Foggy Nelson was framed for murder after cheating on his current lover, and Daredevil nearly lost his mind as he appeared to be tormented by the forces of Hell.  However, Daredevil's will proved stronger than Mysterio expected, and once Doctor Strange discovered and magically removed the drug from Daredevil's bloodstream, Daredevil unmasked Mysterio as the mastermind, shattering the villain's helmet in fury and revealing his now languishing appearance. Beck had thought Daredevil would kill him upon discovery, but Daredevil denied him this and instead dismissed Mysterio's scheme as a basic B-movie plot.  Broken in every sense of the word, Mysterio, saying he was stealing an idea from Kraven the Hunter, pulled out a gun and shot himself dead.  While Mysterio has faked his own death several times in the past, this act was apparently legitimate, as Mysterio literally had nothing left to live for.

Mysterio reappeared during "The Gauntlet" storyline, which reintroduced several past Spider-Man villains with new twists. This Mysterio claimed to be a returned Quentin Beck who had faked his death.  He was under the employ of Maggia crime member Carmine, creating androids of various deceased Maggia (including their dead leader Silvermane) to give them a credibility boost in their gang war with Mister Negative.  He tried to drive Spider-Man mad by making him think he'd accidentally killed several gang members, while trying to convince him that a returned Captain George Stacy, who claimed to have always been the gangster known as the Big Man, also faked his death years earlier.  This made Spider-Man realize that Mysterio was behind the recent mysterious return of so many deceased individuals, and he vowed to have Mysterio pay for making it personal.  Shortly after, Mysterio used the Silvermane robot to murder Carmine in an attempt to secretly seize control of the Maggia and its fortune.  Spider-Man eventually exposed and confronted Mysterio, who fled.

This will be the first time Mysterio will appear in live action, although the character has appeared in various animated projects including the 1960s Spider-Man series (voiced by Chris Wiggins), the 1981 Spider-Man series (voiced by Michael Rye), Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (voiced by Peter Cullen), Spider-Man: The Animated Series (voiced by Gregg Berger), The Spectacular Spider-Man (voiced by Xander Berekley), and Ultimate Spider-Man (voiced by Paul Scheer).

The untitled sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is expected to arrive in theaters on July 5, 2019.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Batwoman & Gotham City to Debut in 2018 Arrowverse Crossover

The Arrowverse is expanding to include Gotham City.

TVLine has word that this fall's crossover event between Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Arrow will introduce DC superhero Batwoman and Gotham City to the Arrowverse.

Speaking at The CW's Upfronts event, Arrow star Stephen Amell announced, "We will be doing another crossover event this fall on The CW [and] we will be introducing a new character.  We will be fighting alongside Batwoman."

CW president Mark Pedowitz added, "We’re adding the city of Gotham into the Arrowverse."  He also promised "another full-throttled action packed event."

Created in 1956 by Edmond Hamilton and Sheldon Moldoff, Batwoman first appeared in Detective Comics (vol.1) #233 as Kathy Kane, a wealthy heiress who gained great acrobatic skills during her career as a circus trapeze artist and stunt cyclist.  Becoming infatuated with the Batman, she fashioned herself a costume and secret hideout and started operating as Batwoman.  She upstaged Batman and his sidekick Robin in capturing crooks, but Batman eventually learned her true identity and tracked her to her secret cave hideout.  Showing her how easily it was for him to learn her identity, Batman pointed out that criminals could probably do it just as easily and tried to convince her to drop out of crime fighting.  Disobeying Batman's advice, she tried to capture mobster Curt Briggs.  During this caper, Batman went missing and Briggs, struck with amnesia, left thinking he was Batman. Ultimately the real Batman reappeared, and Biggs was turned over to the police.

Batwoman came out of retirement to aid Batgirl against Killer Moth and the Cavalier, but her return was never intended to be permanent.  Kathy Kane was then present at a surprise party for Bruce Wayne at Wayne Manor.  When Batwoman was later disintegrated into nothingness on Barbara Gordon's doorstep, Batgirl and Robin teamed-up to find the cure and restore Batwoman to her normal form.  Shortly after this, Batwoman met the Huntress from Earth-Two and aided her and Batwoman in capturing Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Madame Zodiac.  When the Freedom Fighters of Earth-X searched for a group of criminals known as the Warmakers, their search led them to the carnival owned by Kathy Kane. Kathy, as Batwoman, aided the Freedom Fighters and Batgirl in defeating the Warmakers.  In her last recorded adventure, Kathy Kane was murdered by the League of Assassins, who were being manipulated by Ra's al Ghul.  Her death was eventually avenged by Batman.

In 2006, the character was reinvented by Greg Rucka, Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, Mark Waid, and Keith Giffen, making her debut in 52 #7 as Kate Kane.  In their early childhood, Katherine Rebecca "Kate" Kane and her sister Elizabeth "Beth" Kane were identical twins and were very close to each other.  On their twelfth birthday their military father couldn't come home so Kate and Beth were taken by their mother, Gabrielle "Gabi" Kane, to an expensive restaurant for chocolate and waffles, their favorite dish.  On the way to the restaurant, a group of gunmen attacked the family and took them hostage, killing their bodyguard in the process.  After learning of her family's kidnapping, Kate's father, Colonel Jacob "Jake" Kane, led a rescue mission to save his captured family, which ended with Kate's mother executed and Beth apparently killed after being caught in the crossfire between the kidnappers and soldiers.

Years later, Kate attended the United States Military Academy, West Point, where she received excellent grades and ranked at the top of her class.  However, when it was alleged that she was in a lesbian relationship with another student, Kate's commanding officer asked her to disavow the allegation.  Telling the officer that she refused to lie and violate the code of the Academy, Kate admitted to being lesbian and was forced to leave the school.  When she confronted her father with the news, he supported her and affirmed that she upheld her honor and integrity.  She then moved back to Gotham City, where she attended college and pursued a wild social lifestyle, consisting of parties and tattoos.  Kate was eventually pulled over for speeding by a young Renee Montoya, who was just a traffic cop at this point.  The two dated for several months but broke up following a fight where Kate berated Renee for keeping her sexuality hidden from her colleagues and family.  While attempting to call Renee and apologize for her behavior, Kate was attacked by a mugger who wanted her wallet and cell phone.  Using her military training, Kate easily defeated the criminal just as Batman arrived and helped her off the ground.  She was fixated by the Bat Signal as Batman departed the scene.

Inspired by her encounter with Batman, Kate began fighting crime using military body armor and weaponry stolen from her father's military base.  After being confronted by Jake, Kate accepted his offer for assistance and began an intense two years of training across the globe with her father's military friends.  Upon returning to Gotham, Kate discovered that her father has created a Batsuit for her, along with an arsenal of experimental weaponry based on Batman's known gadgetry and a bunker hidden in the Kane home.  She soon adopted the identity of Batwoman and was soon accepted as a member of the Batman family.

This will be the first time Batwoman will appear in live action, although the character has appeared in various animated projects including Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (voiced by Kyra Sedgwick), Batman: The Brave and the Bold (voiced by Vanessa Marshall), and Batman: Bad Blood (voiced by Yvonne Strahovski).

The next Arrowverse crossover should air on The CW sometime in November 2018.

THE FANDOM ZONE 136: "That Old Corpse" is Up!

"Behold...the face of true sanity."
-- Jeremiah Valeska, Gotham: "That Old Corpse" 

At long last, Karen and I are finally back with another episode of The Fandom Zone Podcast!  This week's reviews of comics on television include:

The Flash 4x20: "Therefore She Is"
Legion 2x05: "Chapter 13"
Krypton 1x07: "Transformation" 
Gotham 4x20: "That Old Corpse"

In this episode, Karen and I talk about things like finally learning the Thinker's plan, how the Mechanic and the Thinker hooked up, Marlize going through Groundhog Day and  her #MeToo moment, Cisco and Gypsy's CW Angst breakup, Caitlin having a relationship with her Killer Frost alternate personality, the mystery of Mystery Girl, Lenny enjoying her new body, David not taking Amy's death well, Oliver casually telling the Shadow King that he's going to kill him, Oliver being way more focused, the worst fortune cookie fortune ever, Brainiac taking over the Voice of Rao, Donald Trump as the Voice of Rao, my getting retweeted by Nyssa-Vex, Drunk Adam Strange sulking about not having super powers and a cool nickname, Jeremiah being The Joker instead of Jerome, Ecco's creepy harlequin costume, Jeremiah's direct homage to Jack Nicholson's Joker, the Riddler dressing up like a clown to rescue Lee, wondering why Lee hooked up with the Riddler, wondering what the hell is up with Archer these days, my recruiting Karen to be on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast, and more!

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Batman Prequel PENNYWORTH Gets Series Order from EPIX

Two TV shows with Alfred and still no sign of Batman.

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that the premium cable network EPIX has given a straight-to-series order for Pennyworth, a new drama based on the DC Comics character and set in the Batman universe.

The series will be from Warner Horizon Scripted Television, executive producer/writer Bruno Heller and executive producer/director Danny Cannon. Heller write the script and Cannon will direct the pilot, as he did with the Fox series Gotham.

According to the article, Pennyworth will have ten episodes and "follows Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth, a former British SAS soldier who forms a security company and goes to work with Thomas Wayne, Bruce’s billionaire father, in 1960’s London."

The series will not be a Gotham spinoff, but an entirely new story exploring Alfred's origins. Sean Pertwee, who plays Alfred Pennyworth on Fox's recently renewed Gotham, is not involved with the project.

Michael Wright, President of EPIX, stated, "As genuine fans of these classic DC characters, as well as the incredibly talented Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon, we couldn’t be more excited to make EPIX the home of this series. We can’t wait to work with Bruno and Danny—along with Peter Roth, Susan Rovner, Brett Paul and the team at Warner Horizon—on this fantastic origin story."

Heller and Cannon added, "Michael and his colleagues have created the perfect venue for original storytelling, and all of us working on Pennyworth are thrilled to be on the EPIX slate."

Created in 1943 by Don Cameron and Bob Kane, Alfred Pennyworth first appeared in Batman (vol.1) #16 as a retired actor and intelligence agent who followed the deathbed wish of his dying father Jarvis Pennyworth to carry on the tradition of serving the Wayne family. To that end, Alfred introduced himself to Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson at Wayne Manor and insisted on becoming their valet. Although the pair did not want one, especially since they did not want to jeopardize their secret identities with a servant in the house, they did not have the heart to reject Alfred.

Initially, Alfred discovered their identities by accident. While fighting a burglar in his first appearance, Alfred accidentally hit a switch and opened a sliding panel leading to the Batcave. He was helpful to the duo, following them to a theatre where they were captured, bound and gagged by a criminal gang, and rescued them after Batman attracted his attention by knocking a rope down before the crooks return. In 1957's Batman (vol.1) #110, this discovery was revised so that during his first night at Wayne Manor, Alfred awoke to moaning and followed the sound to the secret passage to the staircase leading to the Batcave and met his would-be employers in their superhero identities. As it turned out, the wounds were actually insignificant, but Alfred's care convinced the residents that their butler could be trusted. Since then, Alfred included the support staff duties for Batman and Robin on top of his regular tasks.

Alfred helped Bruce raise Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, and Tim Drake, all of whom were adopted by Bruce Wayne and became his partner Robin.  He also had close friendships with other members of the Batman family including Barbara Gordon and Cassandra Cain. Alfred often acts as a father-figure to Bruce, and a grandfather to Dick, Jason, and Tim.  He is also highly respected by those heroes who are aware of his existence, including Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and the original Teen Titans.  Alfred has also been romantically linked to Dr. Leslie Thompkins, though his relationship with her never came to anything.  He also developed feelings for Tim Drake's stepmother, but again, nothing came of it.

In the current DC Comics continuity known as The New 52, it was revealed that Alfred's father Jarvis Pennyworth was the butler of the Wayne family before Alfred when Bruce was still a child.  Jarvis was blackmailed by the Court of Owls to set a trap for the pregnant Martha Wayne.  Despite declining, the Court managed to cause a car accident that caused the child to be born prematurely and eventually to have died.  Jarvis attempted to resign from his services and wrote a letter to his son in which he described the manor as a cursed place, and told Alfred that he should not begin his service under the Wayne family.  However, Jarvis was unable to send it after being murdered that night.

During the events of Batman: Eternal, Alfred was reunited with his long-absent daughter, Julia Pennyworth, an agent of the Special Reconnaissance Regiment.  Batman found her in Hong Kong and took her back to Wayne Manor for medical treatment after she was stabbed with a katana through the chest by a Chinese gang boss she was hunting.  Julia was initially hostile to Alfred, feeling that he had wasted his life going from a soldier to tending to a fop like Bruce Wayne.  After Alfred was attacked by Hush and infected with a fear toxin, she discovered the Batcave and took on her father's role to coordinate the Batman family's efforts against their enemies.

Pennyworth is expected to debut on EPIX sometime in 2019.

GHOSTWOOD 033: "Dual Spires" is Up!

"Dude, do you know they make silent window shades?  Some woman in Washington invented them back in the early '90s." 
"Since when is the sound of opening and closing shades so disruptive that it needs to be alleviated?"
-- Shawn Spencer and Burton "Gus" Guster, Psych: "Dual Spires" 

It is happening again...My co-host with the most Xan Sprouse and I are back with a new episode of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast!  This time, we're joined by special guest Karen Lindsay from The Fandom Zone Podcast to review "Dual Spires", the 2010 Twin Peaks tribute episode of the USA series Psych, featuring Twin Peaks actors Sheryl Lee, Sherilyn Fenn, Ray Wise, Dana Ashbrook, Lenny Von Dohlen, Robin Lively, and Catherine Coulson.


In our latest episode, Xan, Karen and I discuss things like me being totally outnumbered by my podcast co-hosts, Karen and Xan's background with Psych, my big scheduling fails, the rumor that Gus on Psych was Kenny from The Cosby Show, Psych making really obscure Twin Peaks references, remembering the late Pamela Gidley, Ray Wise recurring on Psych, Julee Cruise's version of the Psych theme, Paula Merral vs. Laura Palmer, the freaky "Is it future or is it past?" moment with "I Love How You Love Me" by the Paris Sisters, Dana Ashbrook homaging Ray Wise as Leland Palmer, Xan and Karen's mutual fondness for Lenny Von Dohlen, Catherine Coulson as the Woman with Wood, Betty Boop Night at the Roadhouse, 2 x 4s not actually being 2 x 4, Father Westley's hair turning white, Psych being the gold standard for pop culture references, Karen's thoughts on Kyle MacLachlan hosting Saturday Night Live, Xan and I hating Chads before Incels, Karen and I scaling back our Fandom Zone show reviews, Mark Harmon in Summer School, wanting everyone to keep my mom in your thoughts, and more!

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