A comic book version of the character simultaneously debuted in "Brightest Day #4." Khary Payton voiced the character in "Young Justice." He also goes by the name Kaldur'ahm and it was later revealed that he is the son of the supervillain Black Manta. Hyde would later go on to become the second Aquaman in the DC canon.
HBO Max is currently prepping a spinoff of "The Batman" starring Colin Farrell as The Penguin as well as a Green Lantern series from Greg Berlanti among several other projects.” /> In addition to "Titans," the streamer also currently has the live-action series "Doom Patrol" and the animated series "Harley Quinn," all of which migrated over to HBO Max after DC Universe shutdown. This is the latest in a growing string of DC shows either in the works, on the way, or already airing on HBO Max.
A different iteration of the character, Garth, recently appeared on the HBO Max live-action show "Titans" and is played by Drew Van Acker.
HBO Max declined to comment.
The Jake Hyde version of Aqualad first debuted in 2010 and was created by Brandon Vietti, Greg Weisman and Phil Bourassa for the animated television series "Young Justice."
No writer is currently attached to the project. Warner Bros. Charlize Theron, A.J. Dix, Beth Kono, and Andrew Haas of Denver & Delilah Films will executive produce. Television is the studio.
HBO Max is developing a series version of "You Brought Me the Ocean," the YA graphic novel about the origins of DC's Aqualad, Variety has learned from sources.
All his life, he has had a strange attraction to the water and yearns to escape his desert surroundings for the ocean. As he explores his abilities, including breathing under and controlling water, he also finds himself falling in love with his classmate, high school swim captain Kenny Liu. The live-action, one-hour dramedy is based on characters from DC and the graphic novel by Alex Sanchez and Jul Maroh. The series will explore the life of Jackson "Jake" Hyde, a gay teenager living in New Mexico.

(2011), Ben Stiller (2012), Jerry Bruckheimer (2013), Matthew McConaughey (2014), Reese Witherspoon (2015), Ridley Scott (2016), Amy Adams (2017) and Bradley Cooper (2018).” /> Previous American Cinematheque Award honorees include: Eddie Murphy (1986), Bette Midler (1987), Robin Williams (1988), Steven Spielberg (1989), Ron Howard (1990), Martin Scorsese (1991), Sean Connery (1992), Michael Douglas (1993), Rob Reiner (1994), Mel Gibson (1995), Tom Cruise (1996), John Travolta (1997), Arnold Schwarzenegger (1998), Jodie Foster (1999), Bruce Willis (2000), Nicolas Cage (2001), Denzel Washington (2002), Nicole Kidman (2003), Steve Martin (2004), Al Pacino (2005), George Clooney (2006), Julia Roberts (2007), Samuel L. Jackson (2008), Matt Damon (2010), Robert Downey Jr.
"She showed her fierce physicality in acclaimed action films like 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and 'Atomic Blonde.' She gave us portraits of troubled women in Golden Globe-nominated performances in 'Young Adult' and 'Tully.' She made an immediate and strong impression from the beginning in acclaimed as 'The Cider House Rules.'" "She won the Academy Award for transforming herself unrecognizably into a serial killer in 'Monster' and she earned another Oscar nomination for 'North Country,'" Nicita added.
The selection was announced Monday. Theron was the unanimous choice of the Cinematheque Board of Directors selection committee.
“Charlize Theron is making a significant contribution to the art of motion pictures while breaking through outmoded limitations on what an actress and producer can do." “The American Cinematheque is extremely pleased to honor Charlize Theron as the 33rd recipient of the American Cinematheque Award at our celebration this year," said American Cinematheque chairman Rick Nicita.
Nicita also noted that Theron will starring as Megyn Kelly in the upcoming Fox News movie about the Roger Ailes harassment scandal. She'll also be co-producing the currently untitled film.
Charlize Theron has been selected for the 2019 American Cinematheque Award, with the presentation set to take place Nov. 8 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif.

There is an electricity and camaraderie here that I have not felt since the days when I was a member of the start-up team that launched Fox Broadcasting. “I am tremendously excited and honored to be a part of the new marketing team Lionsgate is assembling," Whitney said in a statement. "I love the creative, entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of Lionsgate and more than anything, I love the group [president of worldwide marketing Damon Wolf] is putting in place, bringing so many unique voices to the table. This feels like something different and very unique.”
  Lionsgate announced Wednesday that Lynn Whitney will become head of worldwide paid media, partnerships, promotions and consumer products. Whitney was formerly the executive VP of worldwide media at Warner Bros.
Whitney will work on global marketing for the upcoming films: “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum,” “Angel Has Fallen,” “Rambo: Last Blood,” “Midway,” “Knives Out,” “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” sequel, and an untitled Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie project.” />
Having this rock star join our group at this critical time is a kick ass coup and huge asset for Lionsgate as we reimagine this division and implement strategies that will challenge the norm. Being a true pioneer implementing data with media strategy, I can’t think of a more perfect person to boldly and aggressively lead Lionsgate’s data-first media initiatives. Wolf said, “Let’s face it, in our world, Lynn Whitney is the lead singer of the media rock band. Including partnerships, promotions and consumer products under her leadership, Lynn will be a strong voice of change developing innovative new ways to effectively and efficiently utilize media through this highly visible and crucial trio of marketing capabilities.” The only way to really do things differently, is to have a Wonder Woman like Lynn, who has seen every way it’s been done before.
In her new role, Whitney will build out media campaigns for movies like Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron's romantic comedy “Long Shot.”

In addition to pet projects, Barnard was also managing a slate of awards-heavy prestige titles. A timeline around Barnard's departure is unclear, though she is said to be exploring new opportunities.
An Annapurna spokesperson had no immediate comment. An email to Barnard was not immediately returned. Annapruna founder Megan Ellison will personally stabilize the film unit before a replacement search begins, the insider said.
These include Barry Jenkins' "Moonlight" follow-up, the triumphant "If Beale Street Could Talk," Nicole Kidman's critically-acclaimed "Destroyer" from director Karyn Kusama and the just-wrapped Richard Linkalter film "Where'd You Go, Bernadette?" starring Cate Blanchett .
The Ailes film recruited Canadian heatseeker Bron Studios to co-finance and its move to Focus Features as distributor will be announced imminently. Lopez and her team are taking "Hustlers" to STX, the Bob Simonds-run studio releasing her next film "Second Act" in December.
Chelsea Barnard has stepped down from her post as president of film at Annapurna, an individual with knowledge of the company told Variety.
Barnard was with the company since its founding in 2012, and has worked on titles like Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day Lewis' "Phantom Thread."” />
One was a high-profile telling of Roger Ailes' Fox News implosion starring Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron. The other was the Jennifer Lopez drama "The Hustlers at Scores," about exotic dancers who turn the tables on their Wall Street clients after the economy tanks. Two of Barnard's top projects have fallen apart, Variety reported on Tuesday prior to her exit.

Toberman. The first resident of the home was silent screen star Bela Lugosi — so the scuttlebutt goes he added a pair of winged gargoyles over the entry gates and rather implausibly allowed a pet panther to roam the approximately half-acre property — and late super-agent Ed Limato, who famously represented a red carpet preening army of showbiz heavy hitters including Diana Ross, Richard Gere, Nicolas Cage, Michelle Pfeiffer and Mel Gibson, reportedly occupied the home in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Updated to include modern-day creature comforts and luxuries while preserving and re-creating authentic architectural details, the mushroom-colored, vine-trimmed and black shuttered main house was built as a model home for the affluent Outpost Estates neighborhood in 1935 by property developer Charles E. The seller was fintech entrepreneur and former Google CIO Douglas Merrill.
A third, smaller bedroom with an en suite bathroom is nipped away at the top of the rear stairs that lead down to the laundry room and kitchen and, thus, make it well suited as a nursery, home office, yoga studio or staff suite while, in a wing of its own, the master bedroom is complete with a fitted walk-in closet plus a separate dressing room. The spacious, marble-accented master bathroom as a soaking tub in front of a picture window with hillside view and French doors that open to a slim balcony that overlooks lushly planted gardens and stone tiled al fresco entertainment spaces that incorporate an outdoor kitchen, a curtained dining cabana with fireplace and a swimming pool and spa. A small study with built-in desk and attached powder room opens discretely off the stair landing and two guest bedrooms that share a vintage Jack ‘n’ Jill bathroom on the upper floor each have ample closets and dressing areas.
Since its development, the conveniently located Outpost Estates neighborhood has attracted entertainment industry movers and shakers and some of the homes in the leafy, hillside ‘hood are currently owned if not necessarily occupied by Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy, Charlize Theron, Kyle MacLachlan, and Johnny Galecki, whose home was previously owned by both Jason Statham and Ben Stiller.
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A couple of steps up from the entrance hall, the dining room opens to both a double-height loggia along the front of the house and a verdant garden tucked into the steep hillside behind the house while the 1930s inspired black and white eat-in kitchen has a double-wide island with integrated snack bar plus an inglenook fireplace lined in antique bricks and an itty-bitty, cute-as-a-button dining booth lined with a cushioned built-in banquette. An elegantly proportioned entrance gallery features a switchback staircase with elaborately curlicued wrought iron railing and steps down to a graciously scaled living room with dark, almost black hardwood floors, a massive carved fireplace with black marble hearth and nine-foot-high French doors that open to the terraced yard and swimming pool.
Tucked behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and an even taller hedgerow, the property offers a two-story main house with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in 4,568-square feet plus a Regency-inspired pool house with bathroom and a detached, studio-style guesthouse, also with a full bathroom. Mike Kroeger, bass playing co-founder of the often critically maligned but never-the-less enormously successful, six-time Grammy nominated Canadian rock band Nickelback, set his 5,000-square-foot bluff-top home on Maui’s spectacular North Shore out for sale last month at $4.88 million and set his real estate sites state-side where he splashed out $3.795 million for a Hollywood pedigreed home in the foothills above Hollywood, California.