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The newly branded SyFy channel introduces the continuation of the fifteen-season-long string of Stargate shows with their newest and most morally ambiguous creation, "Stargate Universe."
Len Wein and the cast and crew of the upcoming FOX drama, “Human Target,” answered questions from a receptive audience at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR was there to get all the details.
Is the Hulk assembling for "Avengers?" Is "Superman" beginning again? Meanwhile, "Night Mary" finds a new home, Stark Industries is hiring, "Alien" begins, "G.I. Joe" gets interviewed and more.
Bruce Timm and the casts and crews of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" previewed the upcoming films, took questions from fans and teased a new short film line at Comic-Con.
Warner Bros. gave a presentation to Comic-Con attendees that included "Where The Wild Things Are," Denzel Washington & Gary Oldman's "The Book of Eli," Jackie Earle Haley's "Nightmare on Elm Steet" and Robert Downey, Jr.'s "Sherlock Holmes."
Ryuhei Kitamura and Holly Brix, the freshly announced director and screenwriter of "Magdalena," give CBR News the basics on their involvement with Top Cow’s newest feature film.
Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse took to the Comic-Con stage with the cast of "Lost" for a panel of questions, answers, and a whole lot of laughs. CBR News was there to bring you this report.
"Heroes" attempts redemption in its fourth season preview. Meanwhile, "Iron Man 2" director contemplates IMAX and 3-D and "Wanted 2" gears up for filming. All this plus early G.I. Joe reviews and more.
The cast and crew of the CG-animated "Astro Boy" appeared at Comic-Con International in San Diego last Thursday to thrill fans with clips from the film, and CBR News was there.
The cast and crew of “Heroes” swung by Comic-Con International in San Diego with some very special guest stars to answer fans' questions and preview clips from the new season. Plus, they took us on a trip to the circus!
Most of Comic-Con lays claim to being jam-packed and star-studded, but Jeff Katz's American Original pulled in a bit of both with announcements from wrestling deals to horror series to comedy bits, and CBR was there.
Terrorist aliens, fighting priests, crime scene investigations, and a mysterious sleeper cell all figure into the re-imagining of the groundbreaking "V" miniseries, 25 years after the original freaked kids out worldwide.
The talented actor stopped by CCI last weekend to talk to CBR about next summer’s highly anticipated sequel, “Iron Man 2,” the Black Widow, “The Avengers” and the arc of Tony Stark.
"Iron Man 2" Interview Roundup! A possible Kato sighting! Astro Boy stills! All this, plus a crazy "Batman 3" rumor, "Red" finds a director, Larry Hama on "G.I. Joe," and more in the Comic Reel.
At CCI, the cast and crew of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" previewed the upcoming films, took questions from the audience and teased a new short film line.
The hugely successful directors of such films as "Terminator 2," "The Lord of the Rings," "Titanic" and "King Kong," Peter Jackson and James Cameron met with fans at Comic-Con for a discussion of technology in film.
CCI's “Dollhouse” panel featured Joss Whedon, Eliza Dushku and some surprise members of the cast. Joss spent time talking about the past, present and future of "Dollhouse," as well as his other currently percolating projects.
USA Network's "Burn Notice" brought its creator, writers, and, most importantly, Bruce Campbell to Comic-Con International to discuss the show, answer questions and tease the audience with hints of things to come.
From the reveal of next seasons explosive new serial killer to hints of the dark passenger’s influence on Dexter’s new baby, the "Dexter" cast and executive staff gave fans insights and spoilers into the fourth season of this killer show.
Details on "Captain America" emerge from the ice! Meanwhile, the "Smallville" super-suit takes flight. All this plus news on "Fathom," release date changes, Marvel Anime, and more in the Comic Reel.
The new DC Universe animated film, "Green Lantern: First Flight" premiered at Comic-Con International: San Diego Thursday night. CBR News was there to preview the film, which comes to DVD today.
J. Michael Straczynski met with fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss his career in television, film and comic books and answer questions, including whether he intends to direct a feature film.
Comic-Con attendees got a special treat when the cast and writers of "The Middleman" gave a rarely publicly seen table readthrough of the lost and unfilmed 13th episode, "The Doomsday Armageddon Apocalypse!"
James Cameron prepares to be “King of the Universe” with his film “Avatar," 20 minutes from which he previewed to thousands of fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR News was there.
Warner Bros. screened the heavily anticipated pilot for "Human Target" to a receptive crowd during Comic-Con International. CBR News was there to catch a look at the latest iteration of Christopher Chance.
In a posting on his official site, Warren Ellis announced Monday that he is writing a film treatment for a story based on the Arthurian legends. Produced by Hollywood Gang, the film is presently known as "Excalibur."
"Iron Man" Hype Machine Roundup! The "Smallville" Costume Controversy! Meanwhile, Zach Snyder talks "300" Sequel, an actor lays claim to "Black Panther," and Avengers assemble.
It was announced today that Geoff Johns is returning to "Smallville" to write an episode of the long-running show featuring comicdom’s original superhero team – The Justice Society of America.
Director Jimmy Hayward and Producer Andrew Lazar join Josh Brolin, Megan Fox and Michael Fassbender, the stars of “Jonah Hex,” to talk to the press. at CCI about Warner Bros. adaptation of the DC Comic’s character.
As a thank you to the Comic-Con crowd, director John Favreau shows a 5-minute exclusive clip of the upcoming movie before taking fan questions and bringing Iron Man legend, Bob Layton, on stage.
The director and cast of the upcoming “Jonah Hex” movie visited Comic-Con to talk to the fans and spill a few details about a totally new kind of western film
Marvel Animation provided updates on Nicktoons super hero series plus previews (included here!) of the Madhouse Studios and Warren Ellis superhero anime projects coming in 2010 and beyond.
The co-creators of the hit comic “Kick-Ass,” writer Mark Millar and artist John Romita Jr., talk about the upcoming film adaptation of their fan-favorite book starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Matthew Vaughn.
Disney has released this sneak peek at "TRON Legacy," the highly anticipated, CGI hybrid sequel to the much loved classic film, featuring lightcycles, explosions and, of course, Jeff Bridges.
"Smallville" tights revealed? Stan Lee says there will be "Doctor Strange," Gary Oldman teases the world about a third Batman film. Plus posters, rumors & the hope of a Superman Sequel.
The prolific painter signs up with movie producer friend Bob Teitel to launch the next wave of African American superhero films and talks about the pros and cons of comic costumes
CBR News has acquired a copy of the promotional poster for "The Losers," featuring art by the Vertigo series' co-creator, Jock. Copies of the poster will be given away at Comic-Con International this weekend.
The comic book creation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. comes to the big screen in a way that can only be described as "Kick-Ass." CBR was at the CCI panel that gave the first glimpse at the live-action adaptation.
Smallvillle toying with tights? "The Green Hornet" names names? "Wanted 2" ready to shoot? Brandon Routh ponders a world without his Superman? Surprising CCI news and rumors today!
Frank Miller complete 300 Sequel! Meanwhile, Lex Luthor may still be in the cards for Space. All this, plus a look at the Black Beauty, a "Jonah Hex" poster and the "Whiteout" trailer in the Comic Reel.