Earlier this year, word broke that DC TV mastermind Greg Berlanti was working on a Booster Gold movie for Warner Bros. Studios alongside X-Men: First Class scribe Zack Stentz.
The last major update on the film dropped in May, but since then, things have been rather quiet on the Booster Gold front, with fans hungry for any kind of news surrounding the project.
Well, today we have a rather interesting update on the film. Speaking with Vulture, Berlanti has revealed that, contrary to popular belief, the Booster Gold movie will actually not be part of the DC Expanded Universe.
“As of right now we have no connective tissue to those worlds. It’d be a separate thing.”
Granted, this could also mean that the Booster Gold film simply won't reference any of the previous DC films that have come before it, like what Marvel did with Guardians Of The Galaxy, however it certainly does sound as though this movie will be standing on its own.
Also in the interview, Berlanti revealed that the idea for a Booster Gold movie came about after Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg’s Booster Gold TV project “never got off the ground” over at SyFy, as they got in discussions with DC Films president Geoff Johns.
What do you think, Infinite Earths fans? Are you upset that the Booster Gold movie will not be connected to the DC Expanded Universe?
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