With Supergirl moving to The CW there could be a cast issue. (Did you catch that bullsh* where CBS said they would have renewed the show if The CW had not pick it up? Gimme a break. Do they really think fans are that stupid?)

The CW is taking the production north into Canada, to where they are appreciated and it costs less to make, but in so doing, it's a very tangible possibility that the show will be losing Calista Flockhart.

Which for me, is nearly part of the spine of the show!!!

They say they're trying to work things out with Flockhart, but the word is that she probably won't move north to be in the production. She definitely does not need the cash considering she's a big enough star that she can pick and choose not to mention her being married to Harrison Ford.

We'll see how things pan out, but it sure would be lacking to see how Cat Grant continues to evolve and develop.

But wait, there's more...

Now that we heard that there may be less of, or no Calista Flockhart in Supergirl, now The CW is teasing that we might start seeing BIG crossovers with their fantasy shows.

The CW is now pushing the marketing hype that we might start seeing crossovers between Supergirl, Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.

So if we're getting a crossover of some kind, I wonder how they will handle how the last crossover was done, considering that CBS put Supergirl in a totally different Earth where no Flash, Arrow or whoever existed?

I guess we'll see.

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Agents of SHIELD Gets No Movie Love

Despite Marvel pitching that there's no issues between the television and movie production studios, which are two totally different entities, it sure would be nice if the Marvel movie world would pretend and send some more love towards their TV sibling, which does a lot of movie world support.

I mean come on, let's get us some Natasha, Clint, Scott Lang or Sam Wilson for crying out loud.

Nothing is impossible, but if Disney says the timing of the productions make it impossible, well, there's your writing on the wall.

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Uh ho, Showtime cancelled House of Lies, which means that the season that is airing right now, the one with the series finale scheduled for June 13th, is its last.

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Did you know that Josh Duhamel is returning to the movie world of the Transformers

Yep, Duhamel is reprising his role of Lt Col. Lennox in Transformers 5, or now, what is known as Transformers: The Last Knight. DON'T WORRY!  Mark Wahlberg is also returning, but the new female lead will be 14-year-old Isabela Moner.

Production starts in early June with the guy who would not be doing any more directing in the franchise, again, Michael Bay.

[CinemaStatic: Transformers 5 will be Bays last, again]

Now remember, Paramount has built an amazing writing team around their Transformers property, which you can read about here,

[CinemaStatic: Transformers 5 Amazing Production Staff]

And this film is no exception, considering it's being written by Iron Man writers Art Marcum & Matt Holloway and Ken Nolan (Black Hawk Down).

Transformers: The Last Knight is set to come out in theaters in June of 2017, then followed up in 2018 by a Bumblebee spinoff, and in 2019, TF6.

Before the haters spin their hate, keep in mind that this franchise so far has pulled in almost $4 billion at the box office.

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