The Nerdist revealed the lineup for TNT's new Teen Titan show The Titans, earlier today and (with a few exceptions), the list isn't all the surprising.
Everyone's favorite Robin has left Batman, moved to Boston, and is working as a solo act. He's still Robin, but will ultimately don his Nightwing persona as the show progresses.
In her Teen Titans debut, Barbara Gordon (formerly Batgirl), will be wheelchair bound, but not yet have taken up her Oracle identity. She'll serve as the team's computer expert as well as a love interest for Nightwing.
Hawk & Dove
Two teens imbued with the powers of the Lords of Order and Chaos. Originally brothers, the show has decided to go with the Crisis on Infinite Earth version of the two, and the duo will make up a "spunky" romantic pairing.
Everyone's favorite angsty, brooding empath and teleporter. She must keep her emotions under check or release a demonic version of herself.
Another iconic member of the team, and a space princess with flight and energy bolts, Starfire will most likely make up the third point in a love triangle with d*ck and Barbara.
With Cyborg having his own spot in the Warner Bros Justice League movie series, it's not surprising that he didn't make the cut, but the snubbing of fan favorite Beast Boy seems a little surprising. What do you think of the line-up?
Over the weekend, Fast and Furious' Tyrese Gibson started posting a series of pictures on Instagram. While the Green Lantern solo film isn't out until 2020, John Stewart could make an appearance in any of the DC Movies over the next 5 years.
CBS has found theirSupergirl. Reports incdicate that Glee star Melissa Benoist, will take the role of Kara-Zor-El, Superman's cousin who also escaped the death of Krypton and found her way to Earth.
Born on the planet Krypton, Kara Zor-El escaped amid its destruction years ago. Since arriving on Earth, she's been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin. But now at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be.
With their sister network, The CW's, success with Arrow and The Flash, it looks like CBS wants a piece of the DC pie. Let's just hope it pans out better than Constantine.