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Batman Fan Art Transforms Dylan O'Brien Into the DCEU's Nightwing

Warner Bros. and DC Comics are expected to do a complete overhaul of their DC Comics productions, with the studio developing a ten year plan. The studio has been canceling multiple projects like Wonder Twins and Batgirl for taxation purposes. Batgirl was originally rumored to feature Teen Wolf star Dylan O'Brien as Nightwing, but with the cancelation it doesn't seem to be likely. One artist recently created a design of the actor as Batman's sidekick and it makes wonder what could have been.
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Zoey Deutch and Dylan O’Brien Talk Dating Apps and Ghosting in a Game of ‘Agree to Disagree’

Ever wonder if you’ll encounter Dylan O’Brien on a dating app, and finally get the chance to shoot your shot? If this is you, or if you’ve had a crush on him since he starred in Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well: The Short Film” (or, for you sci-fi stans…The Maze Runner), then rejoice! In the second episode of Vogue’s “Agree to Disagree,” O’Brien joins Zoey Deutch—his co-star in Not Okay, now streaming on Hulu—to debate the merits of common aphorisms at the intersection of dating and social media. In so doing, O’Brien sets the record straight about his dating app usage, Deutch tells us why you shouldn’t lie on a first date (hint: the truth always comes out in the end), and a few other juicy admissions emerge.

Dylan O'Brien Addresses Superhero Movie Fancasts

With franchises like the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC multiverse continuing to thrive, fans are eager to see many of their favorite actors in a superhero role. One popular fancast in recent years has been Dylan O'Brien, who fans have been eager to see as characters like DC's Dick Grayson / Nightwing and even Barry Allen / The Flash. In a recent interview with The Playlist's The Discourse podcast, O'Brien addressed those campaigns to see him play those kinds of roles, and said that it would ultimately depend on the right context.

Dylan O'Brien Talks 'Not Okay,' the Tattoos, and Working With Zoey Deutch Again

From writer/director Quinn Shephard, the dark comedy Not Okay follows Danni Sanders (Zoey Deutch), an aspiring writer that just can’t seem to make it happen for herself, so she decides to fake a trip to Paris on Instagram in the hopes that it will bring her some much wanted attention. But when a terrible tragedy happens and Danni decides to spin it to her advantage, the lies quickly spiral out of control and put her life as an influencer on the line.

‘Not Okay’: Dylan O’Brien On Working With Zoey Deutch, Influencers, Superhero Fan-Casting, & More [The Discourse Podcast]

In this episode of The Discourse Podcast, we talk to actor Dylan O’Brien, who you may know from his many stand-out roles in MTV’s “Teen Wolf,” “The Maze Runner” films,” Love and Monsters,” and much more. He’s currently out promoting his latest film, “Not Okay,” from Writer/Director Quinn Shephard (“Blame”).

Dylan O’Brien on the Dating Rules He Thinks Are B.S.

Not Okay may center around Danni Sanders, a wannabe magazine writer who is launched into social media stardom after pretending to be a victim of a terrorist attack to cover up a separate lie, but somehow she's not the film's most insufferable character. That award goes to Colin, the Instagram fuckboy Danni is constantly trying to impress. He's the bleached blonde amalgamation of everything wrong with influencer culture, portrayed with the perfect level of cringe by internet boyfriend Dylan O'Brien.