Stan Lee is already a living legend, but you definitely can’t accuse the guy of resting on his laurels. Up next? An all-new superhero series for a U.K. network.
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NBC is putting together what could be its most ambitious live TV musical yet — and they want to take us all the way to Oz (with a twist) this time around.
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Between Batman v Superman and DC’s connected slate of animated films, we already have more than a few versions of the Dark Knight. Well, make room for a throwback from a different era.
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