Johns says..."Titans" to shoot pilot next year

From http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=57635

 

With the stream of DC Comics-based TV show news remaining steady, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns provided the first update on the TNT "Titans" series in a while: That the pilot will shoot next year. Johns revealed the information responding Sunday night to a fan on Twitter (found via ComicBook.com).

In a follow-up tweet, Johns stated, "Long time coming to get Nightwing to live action."

Reports of a "Titans" TV series first surfaced in September, with Akiva Goldsman and Mark Haimes cited as executive producers. The show will reportedly draw influence from the classic "New Teen Titans" comics by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez; centering on Nightwing, with early accounts also listing Starfire and Raven as part of the team.

On Monday, a "Krypton" series was officially announced to be in development at Syfy, set on Superman's home planet (pre-explosion) and focused on Kal-El's grandfather. David S. Goyer, a veteran of multiple live-action adaptations of DC Comics, is set to executive produce.

From http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=57635

 

With the stream of DC Comics-based TV show news remaining steady, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns provided the first update on the TNT "Titans" series in a while: That the pilot will shoot next year. Johns revealed the information responding Sunday night to a fan on Twitter (found via ComicBook.com).

In a follow-up tweet, Johns stated, "Long time coming to get Nightwing to live action."

Reports of a "Titans" TV series first surfaced in September, with Akiva Goldsman and Mark Haimes cited as executive producers. The show will reportedly draw influence from the classic "New Teen Titans" comics by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez; centering on Nightwing, with early accounts also listing Starfire and Raven as part of the team.

On Monday, a "Krypton" series was officially announced to be in development at Syfy, set on Superman's home planet (pre-explosion) and focused on Kal-El's grandfather. David S. Goyer, a veteran of multiple live-action adaptations of DC Comics, is set to executive produce.

paw comments:  How the frak did that get posted twice?!?!

Nightwing would be pretty cool....hey, how about giving the character a solo title?  I bet it would sell!

*spits venom on "Grayson"*

I can't wait for this.
My 5 and 6 year old son's like superheroes as every boy does, but since discovering the new teen titans cartoons are obsessed.
It's nice for them to like someone other than spiderman, batman or superman, and I know they will watch this series with me. Phone Post 3.0