Rachel Lindsay's journey to find love on the 13th season of "The Bachelorette" starts Monday night.
With 31 men competing for her heart, Lindsay has her work cut out for her.
While the pilot script had some good reviews, did not even get to the filming stages, likely quashed by the Warner Bros. With Batman off the table, The WB rolled the dice by going after a concept that studio executive Peter Roth had been wanting to do for decades — a series about a young Superman.
Writers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar developed the series that would eventually be called Smallville with a pilot script that humanized the Clark Kent character and brought him in line with the kind of programming that the young WB audience craved.
"The Bachelor" Season 1: Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh (2002) Unfortunately there was no fairy-tale ending for the very first “Bachelor” couple.
The main fictional slash pairing when the Supernatural fandom began was Sam/Dean aka Wincest.
In 1999, at the height of their success, The WB developed writer Tim Mc Canlies (The Iron Giant) and Tollin-Robbins Productions’ script for a series involving a young Bruce Wayne before he’s Batman.
Unlike the later Gotham series, which focuses on the adults and the villains, Bruce Wayne centered around a 17-year-old Bruce with shareholders who are out to kill him — literally.
I guess if we’re going to speculate, we may need to take both Rosenbaum’s and Stallone’s roles into account.
On one hand, Stallone could simply be playing a Ravager, but there were also reports of him wearing something similar to his Judge Dredd outfit, which sounds suspiciously like he’s a member of the Nova Corps.