It looks like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Lobo film has landed in development hell.
We've been hearing a lot about an in-development flick based on DC Comics antihero Lobo lately, most recently some news on a possible star, but we haven't really heard much about the plot. Until now. Is this the first inkling of what we'd see in Lobo's big-screen debut?
The rumors have been swirling for a while now that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson could be in line to play DC's antihero Lobo—and now the action star himself has responded to the buzz.
Rumors have been swirling ever since Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson dropped a hint via Twitter that he could take up the mantle of a DC comics character sometime soon. Now we may know who it is.
It's been a couple of years since we've heard any news about Warner Bros' attempt to bring intergalactic bad-ass Lobo to the silver screen—and the last update, which involved then-director Guy Ritchie bailing so he could shoot the Sherlock Holmes sequel, wasn't great. But with a new director, things are picking up steam.
Director Guy Ritchie won't be available to direct the proposed Lobo adaptation.
Producer Joel Silver updates is on Lobo and his other movies.
The Watchmen star throws his hat into the ring for the proposed comic adaptation.
Picture is Ritchie's follow-up to Sherlock Holmes.
The mega-producer says he has a script he likes about the DC Comics antihero.