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Young Justice: Invasion (The Complete Second Season) [Blu-ray]
Number of discs: 2
Studio: Warner Archive Collection
DVD Release Date: December 2, 2014
Run Time: 440 minutes
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CAT GRANT: The project is eyeing females in their 40s, open ethnicity, to play the founder of CatCo, a media conglomerate that Cat built from the ground up. Kara (Supergirl's mild-mannered alter ego) will work as a personal assistant to Cat, who is described as "J.Lo by way of Anna Wintour."
JAMES OLSEN: In his late 20s/early 30s, open ethnicity, James is a smart, worldly and (duh) attractive photographer for CatCo. Though an alpha male, his salt-of-the-earth nature elicits a huge ol' crush from Kara.
WINSLOW 'WYNN' SCHOTT: This twentysomething tech whiz/Comic-Con stalwart toils for CatCo as a programmer, unaware of his own (toying?) potential. Unware of her secret, he carries a torch for Kara, whom he lives next door to.
HANK HENSHAW: As an upstart CIA agent, Hank grew obsessed with intergalactic intel. Now in his 40s and lording over the DEO (Department of Extra-Normal Operations), he is on high alert when Supergirl reveals herself, worried that her otherworldly abilities pose a threat to humankind.
The "Supergirl" pilot is penned by Ali Adler (No Ordinary Family) and Greg Berlanti (Arrow), both of whom will be executive producers alongside Sarah Schechter (of Berlanti Productions) and Warner Bros. TV.
"I feel like we have to come back and shoot them as we continue our saga."
As much as the director loved to reveal his passion for movies and this state, he laughed when we discussed the secretive nature of the production.
"Yeah, a lot of secrets. You know, we just want the movie to be surprising when it comes out. We do a lot of crazy stuff in the movie so we wouldn't want you to get shortchanged by the Internet, which loves to do that by the way," he added.
"I've always wanted to do 'Dredd/Superman.'", said Diggle. "Dredd's version of justice with Superman's idea of justice are, frankly, such polar opposites that contrasting them would be very interesting. But I'm not holding my breath on that happening anytime soon."
I've given it a great deal of thought. In fact, I've got the whole thing plotted out, but I've never really pitched it because it doesn't seem like something that's ever going to happen. I think DC are rightly focusing on their core characters and are not so interesting in company crossovers these days. But if any of that changes, absolutely [I'd be up for it.] But trust me, I've got it all worked out. I'm not going to tell you what happens, though, in case I get to write it some day! [Laughs]
I've never wanted to read a Superman comic book more than at this very moment. Do you think you could at least tease the premise?
An object falls from space and crashes towards Mega-City One. The anti-missile lasers can't seem to vaporize the thing, and it hits the ground and demolishes a fortunately uninhabited area of ground. Turn the page. Cue close-up of tech Judges in radiation gear looking down into this crater. Superman is lying at the bottom of it. He's basically been blasted into a parallel dimension by a device created by Lex Luthor, which has partly depowered Superman. He's not as super as he used to be, partly also because of all the pollution in the atmosphere of Dredd's world. It's called the death belt, this layer of pollution and junk thrown up in the upper atmosphere by nuclear war. It cuts out the sun's rays, which depower Superman a bit.
Dredd is not going to like having an illegal alien running around in his city. Superman is not going to be very keen on this fascist version of justice. It's no longer truth, justice and the American way, because it's no longer America: It's Mega-City One, creep!
Things kick off from there. It gets a little more complicated, there's some twists and turns I'm not going to spoil here, but Lex Luthor is more heavily involved in the story than he would seem to be from the premise.
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The other lead role currently being cast is that of 26-year-old Alexandra "Alex" Danvers, Kara's gorgeous, brilliant, science-minded foster sister. Growing up, Alex was partly jealous of her sibling yet also fascinated by her abilities, prompting Alex to learn as much as she could about alien anthropology, sociology and culture. Today, Alex works for a secret government organization and, alongside her heroic sis, will face many challenges, both mundane and super.
Superman Homepage reporter Jeff Frost went down to both locations in Yorkville, Illinois where he saw that lighting equipment has been set up, while one crew member was raking up leaves into black garbage bags ahead of filming.
"We're getting ready to wrap it up and take off and I just wanted to say thanks to you guys for being strong supporters of the movie and coming down and saying hey, and just, I've had a great time in Michigan, I just wanted to say thanks to you guys and just to Detroit itself," Snyder said.
"We head to Chicago after this, then a couple more locations," Snyder said.
Source: CBS Detroit
They also chat to Marguerite Bennett and Mike Johnson about the "Earth 2: Worlds End" comic books and give us a glimpse at some of the submissions sent in for the DC All Access co-host position.
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