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Tony Stark knows the value of hard work, Clark Kent puts on some glasses, it's hard to be Frank and Xavier's nemesis finds direction, plus news on "Spider-Man 3," "Heroes," "Barbarella" and more.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News talked to actor James Franco about the hotly awaited superhero sequel. SPOILER WARNING.
A speedster pops up in Gotham, Hiro meets Hiro, Peter Parker speaks as does Sparky the mechanic, plus check out data on "Whiteout," "Y: The Last Man," "Wolverine" and more.
NBC has released still photos from the April 30 episode of "Heroes" titled "String Theory," the second of the final five episodes of the season.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News interviewed actor Thomas Haden Church about the highly anticipated superhero sequel and why he was so astonished by the film.
Burning down the house in old Gotham, magical news for a classic comic, The Prince speaks and Reed and Sue move into MySpace, plus more on "Spider-Man 3," "The Batman," "Heroes" and more.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News interviewed actor Tobey Maguire about the highly anticipated superhero sequel and what may or may not be in his immediate future.
Eager to see what happens when Hiro meets Future Hiro? We have video clips from next Monday's episode titled "String Theory" with a look at what Future Hiro has been up to since the destruction of NYC.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News interviewed director Sam Raimi about the highly anticipated superhero sequel, not to mention a certain fantasy-themed prequel.
Optimus Prime sits down for an interview, secrets and cash flow from Bruce Wayne to Chicago, bidding farewell to a friend on the NBC series and the "Buffy" and "Angel" man could be checking a course catalog at Xavier's, plus "Wanted," "Runoff" and much more.
Are we closer to seeing the Clown Prince of Crime? We find out, as the bloody adventure has a new writer, Starscream speaks and Stan Lee talks about how he approaches the new FF adventure.
"Heroes" Writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite have returned and BEHIND THE ECLIPSE is back with answers to your questions and loads of clues for you to ponder. UPDATED with pictures from the wrap party!
Today we get the first look at the new Clown Prince of Crime, sit down with Ando, get more web-spinning tidbits and check in on Kansas' strangest town, plus info on "The Batman" and more to finish out the week.
Marvel made it official today, announcing that your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will soon be swinging through Broadway with Julie Taymor & U2 providing music and lyrics for the show.
Move over Doug Jones -- Fox has announced the voice of Norrin Radd ... and thrown the Galactus debate into a tizzy!
Magical realism comes from Empire City to YouTube, while we sort through the rumors at the Baxter Building, Racer X likes Juliet, David Goyer talks finding new talent, plus "Spider-Man 3," "Smallville" and more.
As Ando on "Heroes," James Kyson Lee has the task of grounding Hiro, a character with the ability to travel through time. CBR News spoke with Lee about "Heroes," what power he hopes Ando receives and where else you'll be seeing him soon.
The word is in on what Galactus might look like (it's ... different), Abe Sapien speaks, fans chase Bruce Wayne around Chicago and we take another look at the hit NBC series, plus "Painkiller Jane," "Whiteout," "Wanted" and more.
You don't have to be Hiro to jump into the future today, plus studio politics endanger a fourth sequel, Trixie speaks her mind and why exactly is Bruce Wayne at a post office? All this and more ...
"Painkiller Jane" co-creator Jimmy Palmiotti talks with CBR News about bringing Jane Vasco from the comics page to the small screen for the SciFi Channel.
CBR News has an advance look at this Monday's return of "Heroes" with six clips from ".07%" -- get a sneak peak of what's in store for Claire, Isaac, Nikki and Matt!
Movie audiences will soon find out what happens when you make Edward Norton angry. Hint: He gets big and green.
Peter Parker has all kinds of trouble while a grim specter looms over Kansas, Smoochy the Rhino gets gamma irradiated and we catch transmissions from Cybertron, plus scoop on "The Dark Knight," "Iron Man" and more.
The voice of Galactus may just offer you the red pill, while Wednesday Addams hops in the Mach 5, plus an inside look at the next episode of the hit NBC series and a hint about Garth Ennis' madness coming to the big screen, plus "Painkiller Jane," "Justice League" and more.
The clanking sound you hear is Mark One armor coming your way, while we talk to Kristanna Loken, interrogate Michael Bay and revisit Jane Fonda's past, plus news on "Punisher 2," "The Dark Knight," "Heroes" and more.
The boys behind "Shaun of the Dead" are back with their latest flick, "Hot Fuzz." We've got a full report from the "Fuzzfest" in San Francisco, a review of the film and, wait, what's this about "The Boys" film?
CBR brings you an advance review of the heavily-awaited next episode of "Heroes," airing April 23rd on NBC. Let's just say that ".07%" does not refer to how many of the show's mysteries are revealed.
Bumblebee shows his face again, Grant Morrison's script is on the loose, a hot blonde tags along with Tony Stark and the Phoenix flies at last, plus "TMNT 2" "Spider-Man 3" and "Smallville" scoop.
This Friday, "Painkiller Jane" leaps from the comic page to television with Kristanna Loken in the starring role. We spoke with the actress/producer about the long days and nights on the set.
A movie starlet heads to Chicago, Tony Stark likes vintage cars, Legolas could move to Metropolis, David Goyer talks about getting convicted, as well as scoop on "Stardust," "Heroes," "Hellboy 2" and more.
Mike Mignola gets a shock, Oliver Queen goes to jail, Rosario Dawson won't talk and Bruce Banner's taking over, plus "Shazam" screenwriter John August baits the fans and Spidey's on TV again, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
CBR talks to Graham Yost, creator of the NBC drama "Raines" (starring Jeff Goldblum) about the link between tonight's episode and the world of comics and discovers an unexpected connection to "Astro City."
Frank Miller might take on TV, a NIU alumni is working on getting more gunfire in the world, Quesada and Palmiotti's creation appears on the web, J.G. Jones talks about boots meeting teeth, plus "Astro City," "Heroes," "Smallville" and more to close out the week.
Wesley Gibson's got his passport ready, Hiro and the gang are back online, Dr. Banner heads north while a "Firefly" star considers invisible planes, plus scoops on "Hellboy 2," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
It's commentin' time with Aunt Petunia's favorite nephew, while fans are asking, "Grimlock, I presume?" Warner Brothers gets elemental and there's new goodness from the hit NBC series, plus rumors about "Smallville," scoop on "Spider-Man 4" and more.
Comics author Grant Morrison has been hired to adapt Midway Games' "Area 51" franchise for a feature film.
NBC has released still photos from the April 23rd return of "Heroes" titled ".07%," the first of the final five episodes of the season.
Chloe has something to say and you'd better make sure to avoid late fees, plus another look inside the Baxter Building and Ben Stiller takes on the superhero genre, plus "Transformers," "Heroes," "Watchmen" and more.
CBR News has obtained new images from the new film, "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," based on the Marvel characters.
Pepper Potts lip locks Tony Stark? That's right, plus, Ron Perlman gets a new pal, the Joker chimes in and Emile Hirsch gets new parents, plus Robots in Disguise, scoop on "Heroes," "Smallville" and more.