Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water

Warner Brothers hopes Al Gough and Miles Millar can do for AQUAMAN what they did for SUPERMAN with SMALLVILLE. Variety reports that the writing team have been signed by the WB to produce a pilot about the young Aquaman.

As with "Smallville," their successful reinvention of the "Superman" saga,
Gough and Millar plan to focus on character rather than cheese. Skein
won’t be called "Aquaman" — indeed, the "A" word won’t even be mentioned — and
Curry "won’t be talking to fish or riding a seahorse," Gough said.

And while "Smallville" recently generated great ratings with an episode
featuring an appearance by Aquaman, the new project won’t be a spinoff. To
underline that point, Alan Ritchson, the actor who played Curry on "Smallville,"
isn’t under consideration for the role in the pilot.

1 thought on “Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water”

  1. I’m sure it will be every bit as successful as “Birds of Prey,” their Batman-less Batman show. Mr. Ritchson was probably replaced because of his habit of walking around with his mouth hanging open. (Perhaps he was gasping for air.)


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