There’s been a little bit of buzz over the past day or so over the idea to bring back Christopher Reeve’s Superman in “holographic” form.
Jack O’Halloran was a special guest at a screening of “Superman: The Movie” in Beverly Hills, California on October 9, where he answered fan questions, spoke about his role as Non, and discussed a project he hopes to develop with Warner Bros.
“We have a plan in motion to try to bring Christopher [Reeve] back through hologram technology,” he told the audience. “We’ve got something really super up our sleeve with the storyline. You’re going to really, really love it.”
Before you get too excited, this “hologram” idea is just that – an “idea”. I have it on good authority that Jack hasn’t yet spoken with Warner Bros. about it, nor has he pitched a proposal. It’s highly doubtful Warner Bros. would entertain the idea of producing a new movie that recreates the original cast in digital or “holographic” form, but we love that Jack continues to honor the legacy of the Christopher Reeve Superman movie series every opportunity he gets.
Video: @show_bizz from DC World