Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Jetfire, Jan 13, 2012.
Is that a riff on Man+Rambo? It's a horrid, horrid attempt at a hybrid term. HORRID.
Ewwwwwwwwww...that is awful if that is indeed what he meant by mambo. I really hope they don't use it in the show (if it gets made).
No, it means he is a superhero wearing tights and he is going to dance!
Edit: Ah, should have clicked the link, captaindemotion already made that joke.
I wouldn't call Jason Bourne a grounded character.
He knows how to run across rooftops, that's for sure.
From what Temis posted in the SF/F Development thread...
Interesting. Like the choice.
Will she assimilate Oliver at one point? Don't piss Borg Mama off!
Nice. I liked her Borg Queen.
The CW’s Arrow Pilot Casts Katie Cassidy As Its Female Lead
 Interesting choice...I remember her from SPN more so than MP.
She was cool as the first Ruby on Supernatural. Plus she's cute. Good choice.
^ Yep and as you posted in the SF/F Development thread...
Colin Donnell Joins The CW’s Arrow Pilot As Tommy Merlyn
they are certainly getting alot of buzz out of this pilot, given that this the CW, it should make it a dead cert for a series?
Then again you could have said the same thing about Wonder Woman at NBC.
Unless the pilot is awful I think that the CW will greenlight it to series. They've gone on record saying that they're looking for another Smallville/super-hero show and t his sounds like it could be it.
^Awfulness won't matter. Whether it's a hit will. So it could be brilliant but a ratings flop and it will be cancelled. It could be awful but a hit and it will get a series.
I saw this in the Sci-fi pilots thread. I like Blackthorne, so I'm happy.
Blackthrorne's a good actor. My favorite role of his is still the first one I saw him in...the bad guy in the second half of season three of 24. This looks like a really solid cast. I just cannot see the CW passing on the pilot unless it's so horrible that it brings shame on everyone involved.
WB Television released a first official promo image.
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