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Monday, July 23, 2018
Booster Gold-related pickings were slim at this year's Comic Con. What did we learn? Not much.
1. Booster Gold will not be in CW's Legends of Tomorrow season 4.
Per CBR.com: When asked at Saturday's DC's Legends of Tomorrow panel whether Booster Gold might put in an appearance, show executive producer Phil Klemmer said it was "not in the works." Seeing as how Booster hasn't been in any of the first three seasons of Legends of Tomorrow, this hardly comes as a shock.
2. Nathan Fillion isn't planning on playing Booster Gold.
Per ScreenRant.com: When asked whether he was aware that some fans want him to portray Booster Gold on screen, the Castle actor said that he likes the character but he's not campaigning for the part. Given that there has been no evidence that anyone is currently actively working on a Booster Gold movie or television project (and he won't be in Legends of Tomorrow ), this shouldn't come as much of a surprise to anyone, either.
3. Booster Gold will be playing a central role in Heroes in Crisis.
Per: Newsarama.com: Yes, we've known about Heroes in Crisis for nearly 2 months. But DC had a very weird press conference on a boat — somebody really loved Eyes Wide Shut — to promote the mini-series where they released new colored Clay Mann art featuring our hero.
I'm still not sold on Heroes in Crisis, but I can't deny that it's looking pretty darn good.
Monday, October 26, 2015
Our favorite reporter, Russ Burlingame, reports that Alan Tudyk, familiar to Firefly fans as "Wash", says he'd be willing to play Blue Beetle if his pal Nathan Fillion was cast in a movie as Booster Gold.
"If it's working with Nathan, I'm in."
Of course, Burlingame's article at ComicBook.com goes on to clarify that Tudyk doesn't seem to know who Blue Beetle is. Does that matter so long as we get to see friends Fillion and Tudyk yuk it up on screen again as comicdom's best comedic duo?
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
To those of you who still say Twitter isn't good for anything, I give you this:
This mock-up of Nathan Fillion as Booster Gold came to us by way of its artist, @BossLogic. And, yes, I would pay money to see this in a movie theater.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
I'm on the fence here. I like Nathan Fillion, but he is not my ideal Booster Gold. Judging by these numbers, I'm not alone.
Last week's poll question: Should Nathan Fillion be cast as Booster Gold? (54 votes)
Comic book characters get reinvented all the time. Even the perennial-sellers like Superman and Batman aren't the same characters they were 70, 30, or even 10 years ago. They keep their names and their capes and their dead parents, but that's about all. That makes me wonder what parts of a Booster Gold's character are so essential that they can't be changed?
Thursday, August 27, 2015
If Booster Gold is really the comic book equivalent of Kim Kardashian, he must be rich. (Forbes.com estimates she earned $52 million last year alone!)
Last week's poll question: Should New 52 Booster Gold return to the wealthy Corporate Crusader persona of Volume 1? (31 votes)
This week we learned that Nathan Fillion would want to play Booster Gold in a DC movie, it seems only fair to decide whether we would want him to.
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