DC TV - From Deadline: The CW has cancelled its DC Comics' series, "Stargirl," with the last episode scheduled to air December 7, 2022.
From Deadline: Cristin Milioti has been cast as the female lead, "Sofia Falcone," in the HBO Max series, "The Penguin," which is a spinoff of this year's hit film, "The Batman."
SONY MARVEL U - From Deadline: After writing and producing the first two "Venom" film, Kelly Marcel will direct "Venom 3."
DC STUDIOS - From THR: Writer-director James Gunn and producer Peter Safran will co-chairs and co-CEOs of DC Studios, a newly formed division at Warner Bros. that will replace DC Films. They will report to Warner Bros. Discovery boss David Zaslav and will be in charge of all film, TV, and animation based on DC Comics' properties.
From Variety: Henry Cavill says that his Superman will be "enormously joyful" when he returns.
From THR: The formerly announced "Green Lantern" HBO Max series is being redeveloped. Its focus will now be on the Green Lantern "John Stewart," instead of the previously announced Alan Scott and Guy Gardner.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Actor Henry Cavill is in final talks to return as "Superman" in a number of Warner Bros. DC films.
MARVEL/DC COMICS TO FILM - From THR: Starring in a film based on a Marvel or DC Comics property is the one of the last bastions of huge paydays for movie stars.
COMICS TO FILM - From THR: The film adaptation of Rob Liefeld's comic book, "Prophet," has a writer, Kirk Johnstad ("300").
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: After 15 years at Warner Bros and four as the president of DC Films, Walter Hamada has finally left the Burbank, CA lot. Sources tell "Deadline" that the former executive is waiting for the senior Warner Bros Discovery brass to finalize his exit payout.
DC TV - From Variety: Alan Moore told the showrunner of HBO's recent hit "Watchmen" TV series to never contact him.
DC CINEMA - From THR: Without a leader, DC Films is at a turning point. Dwayne Johnson flexes his muscles, while James Gunn pitches one (or maybe two) secret film projects, plus sequels in development for Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Superman.
COMICS TO FILM - From THR: Millennium Media has released a first-look image from its upcoming film, "Red Sonja," based on the comic book character created by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith, based on the Robert E. Howard character. Matilda Lutz plays Red Sonja.
EUROCOMICS TO FILM - From Deadline: Sony Pictures is making a new film based on the late Jean Claude-Forest's graphic novel, "Barbarella." It was previously adapted as the 1968 film of the same name starring Jane Fonda.
DC COMICS - From IGN: At NYCC 2022, DC Comics announced a revamp of its Superman line of comic books, with new titles and the return of Clark Kent/Kal-El to Earth.
EN MEMORIAM - From CBR: Korean comic book illustrator and visual artist, Kim Jung Gi, has died at the age of 47, Tuesday, October 4, 2022. Gi was also known for his complex friezes, which made him a "Guinness World Records" holder.
From BleedingCool: Cartoonist and graphic designer, Vincent Kukua, has died at the 45, Friday, October 4, 2022. He had worked for in production and prepress for Black Mask Studios, Image Comics, and Oni Press.
From BleedingCool: Comic book publisher, Drew Ford, has died at the age of 48, Sunday, October 2, 2022. Ford was the founder of "It's Alive Press," which published out-of-print comic books, foreign translations, and original material.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Meghan Fitzmartin talks about her plans for Tim Drake in the new ongoing series, "Tim Drake: Robin."
DC CINEMA - From TheWrap: Warner Bros. Discovery’s DC Chief is the best job in Hollywood that nobody wants.