On today’s podcast, we cover Enchantress’s future in the DCEU, season 4 of Gotham, Black Lightning, and more.
Cara Delevingne probably won’t return for Suicide Squad sequel – USA Today
- “It was a life-changing experience and of course I’d do another one, but I don’t think it would make sense for the character. I’ll probably still be on the set hanging out with everyone.”
- Could she pop-up somewhere else? (Justice League Dark/Dark Universe)
Gotham Season 4 release date announced as Thursday September 28
- Also a Gotham “Dawn of Night” SDCC poster released
Black Lightning showrunner Salim Akil interview with The Hollywood Reporter
- He wants Jefferson Pierce to be a flawed character
- How is Black Lightning different? “There is no African-American superhero with a family, with an ex-wife, who is a teacher and a proud member of his community. And this show will be grounded more in reality than some of the others.”
- Doesn’t sound like he has plans to crossover anytime soon; wants to stay separate
- What he hopes to accomplish – “If we could get to that point where these young African-American girls and boys have the choice of being Batman or Jefferson Pierce, at least they will finally have a choice. If I see one kid dressed up like Thunder or Lightning or Black Lightning, I’ll feel like I influenced the culture in a very positive way.”
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