SYFY announces that its Superman prequel series Krypton will end with season 2, and the in-development Lobo spinoff has been nixed as well.
Before he makes his debut in season 2 of SYFY’s Superman prequel series, Krypton, the network announces Lobo will star in his own spinoff.
Dwayne Johnson endorses Jeffrey Dean Morgan in his bid to play DC's Lobo - a comic book movie role that The Rock was once lined up for.
The Walking Dead and Batman V Superman actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan expresses interest in playing the DC Comics character Lobo on the big screen.
The Teen Titans are getting a new teammate in Crush, the daughter of Lobo. It turns out DC's space biker isn't the last Czarnian after all.
Lobo screenwriter Jason Fuchs (Wonder Woman) says he's hoping to capture the spirit of the character in Warner Bros.' DCEU film.
Warner Bros. and Michael Bay aren't interested in making Lobo until screenwriter Jason Fuchs can cut down the budget from $200 million.
Transformers and Bad Boys filmmaker Michael Bay is being considered to direct DC's Lobo movie for Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films.
DC Films is rumored to be no longer considering a Lobo solo movie or the Suicide Squad spinoff Deadshot film with Will Smith.
Warner Bros. Chief Toby Emmerich opens up about the future of the DCEU, saying the studio is open to making R-rated movies in the universe.
After Deadpool and Logan took the box office by storm, Warner Bros. is now reportedly open to allowing certain DCEU films to have an R rating.
Before directing Deadpool, director Tim Miller says he met with DC about helming a movie starring Lobo.