News Bits: Loving, Latin, Married, Knight

The first photo has been released of Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in “Loving,” the latest film from “Take Shelter” and “Mud” director Jeff Nichols. Inspired by Nancy Buirski’s documentary “The Loving Story,” the film is based on the 1967 civil rights case Loving v. Virginia which was borne out of an interracial couple being sentenced to a year in prison simply because of their marriage. The film doesn’t have a release date at this point. [Source: The Wrap]

Latin Lover
“Role Models” actor Ken Marino is set to direct “Latin Lover” for Pantelion Films with “Instructions Not Included” star Eugenio Derbez playing his first English-language leading role. The film is said to have a “Bad Teacher”-style tone and will begin shooting in February.

Written by Chris Spain and Jon Zack, the comedy is about an aging Latin lover who gets dumped by his sugar mama and must fend for himself in a harsh world. [Source: Deadline]

FX has canceled the Nat Faxon-led comedy “Married” after two seasons. Creator Andrew Gurland confirmed the news Monday on Twitter. Judy Greer and Jenny Slate co-starred in the project which recently concluded second run ranked as the lowest-rated FX series so far this year and down from last year. [Source: The Live Feed]

Batman: Arkham Knight
Four months after its initial release and subsequent fast withdrawal from Steam and retail shelves, it looks like the PC version of “Batman: Arkham Knight” is FINALLY slated to return to stores and shelves this week – specifically on October 28th.

The re-release will coincide with a patch which “brings the PC version fully up-to-date with content that has been released for console (with the exception of console exclusives).” Season Pass holders will also be able to install the many DLCs and extra content which have been released since June. [Source: Steam]