Kevin Smith’s ‘Strange Adventures’ Series Scrapped by Warner Bros. Discovery
Kevin Smith’s strange adventure with HBO Max has come to an end.The filmmaker’s “Strange Adventures” DC comic book anthology series has been axed by Warner Bros.
Discovery and will not be moving forward at HBO Max, whose representatives confirmed the news to IndieWire.Smith was set to co-write and direct an episode of “Strange Adventures” as part of the anthology series around lesser-known DC characters.
Smith recently shared on his “Hollywood Babble-On” YouTube show that HBO Max scrapped the series, executive-produced by Greg Berlanti.The “Clerks” director explained that he was writing an episode of “Strange Adventures” with “Supergirl” collaborator Eric Carrasco.
The episode was expected to center on Jimmy Olsen and Bizarro, with Nicolas Cage being eyed for the role of Bizarro.“[Dropping ‘Strange Adventures’] kind of made sense to me — nobody necessarily knows these characters, and it sounded like an expensive show,” Smith shared on his podcast.
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