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Sci-Fi Channel's superhero reality show is still accepting applicants, and with the growing buzz, CBR News has chatted with Casting Producer Austen James, who explained the details of the show.
Geoff Johns led a panel of industry bigwigs talking about what it takes to bring the Daywalker home, including how to not be another "Buffy," snorting vampire ash and a much more intricate vampire nation. Updated with screen grabs from the trailer.
The men (and woman!) behind the masks speak! Learn what it was like to bring your favorite Avengers to life, and how exactly Giant Man and The Wasp make it work in bed! All this on the final day of Wizard World L.A
Before you lift that beer to your lips, get misty-eyed over a moment with Brandon Routh, check out all the footage reports from Vegas (since what happens there gets reported online), say goodbye to Vengeance in Metropolis and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Look! Up in the sky! It's an amazingly hot actress! Plus Wolverine heads to Kansas, Reed Richards heads to cable, Tom Welling starts to wind down for the summer, plus more about Natalie Portman's hair, terrorists on MySpace and a "Batman" rumor that's down by "law."
The Ides of March has a certain fan favorite character crying, "don't call it a comeback!" Meanwhile, Will Smith loses his direction, Arthur Curry gets a new pal, Mark Steven Johnson speaks, plus news about "Green Lantern," "X-Men 3" and even something about a guy named Shang Chi ...
Take a new look at Johnny Blaze, while Ma Kent doles out motherly advice, Avril gets animated, Guillermo del Toro sets the record straight, plus news about "Legion of Super-Heroes," "X-Men 3" and more.
Look up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a ... documentary? Meanwhile back on earth, Ron Perlman talks titles, Mark Millar gets closer to the cineplex, we peek in on the thirtieth century, Angelina Jolie puts Robert Rodriguez on pause, plus news on "Spider-Man 3," "Smallville," and more than you can shake a crossover at.
Robots in disguise are coming, maybe sooner than you think, while the Spartans catch a Meteor, Brett Ratner rocks the remix, Lightning Lad speaks, plus news on "Blade," "Aquaman," "V For Vendetta," "Smallville" and much more.
The Man of Tomorrow is looking to book up an entire calendar year, while The Cryptic Man heads to CBS and David Lloyd talks to a fansite, all in today's lean look at links, legends and lies.
Looking and listening even closer to the dystopian future England, while taking horror and romance to Paramount, getting extra homework from Xavier's, getting two kinds of heroic on TV, plus, news about "Smallville" and Neil Gaiman.
The latest trailer for "X-Men: The Last Stand" premiered Monday night during the Fox broadcast of "24." We've got screen grabs and want to know what you think of the trailer.
Not watching TV last night doesn't mean that you have to miss the big trailer, plus Neil Gaiman gets some high powered names attached to his new project and The Man of Tomorrow makes one little boy's day a lot brighter in rural Iowa.
Get ready to roll out, says producer Don Murphy, while Neil Gaiman gets another check, images of Metropolis trickle in and Wolverine argues with Magneto. Plus news from "Aquaman," "Hellboy" and much more.
Warner Bros has released new high resolution images from this summer's "Superman Returns" film, and CBR has been provided with them for your viewing pleasure. Come inside and see what the buzz is all about.
New looks at the latest version of Metropolis, while Todd McFarlane makes a budget, Arthur Curry meets his mother, Mama McCoy's bouncing baby boy speaks, plus "Smallville" and "Wonder Woman" news to close out the week.
A filmmaker wants to adapt as much Alan Moore material as he can, apparently, while Agent Weiss powers up, the syllabus for this semester at Westchester comes out, Natalie Portman thinks about stuff and we get animated news from the Baxter Building, Titans Tower, The Triskelion and the future.
How hard is it to be a Spartan? We find out, while spoofing the whole genre, pleasing Halle Berry, judging risks with Joel Silver and more.
Rain in Los Angeles must wash all the news away, as we take a peek at the winter quarter at Xavier's, guess at Christopher Nolan's next title and hop in the Wayback Machine for some animation history.
Our extensive "V For Vendetta" coverage continues, as we report from the press junket held Monday in New York City. We talk further with actress Natalie Portman, as well as director James McTiegue, producer Joel Silver and artist David Lloyd.
It was a busy weekend with tons of news coming out of the Big Apple, plus could the Man Without Fear call it a comeback? We ask the questions, along with checking out Dan Clowes' new flick, peeking at Bryan Singer's files, and much more.
Our New York Comic Con coverage is almost over, but not before CBR brings you an early review of "V For Vendetta." Does the film live up to the standard of the classic graphic novel? Come in and find out.
Ol' Web Head gets a more somber wardrobe choice, while the Luna Brothers' small-screen adaptation get blinded by science. A siren song comes to "Mercy Reef" and more metahuman madness hits Metropolis, plus a video clip from "V For Vendetta."
CBR News visited the "X3" set and brought back some juicy interviews. First, CBR chatted with Production Designer Ed Verreaux. Come inside and learn why the X-Men are at Alcatraz.
In the second part of the "X3" set visit, CBR News talked with Associate Producer Dave Gorder. Plus, Juggernaut chases after Kitty...
Our "X3" coverage continues, as CBR had a chat with X3 Visual Effects Supervisor John Bruno. Learn how Angel flies, and find out how Patrick Stewart revisits his Star Trek roots in the film.
"X3" madness continues, as CBR and the Xavier Institute For Higher Learning bring you more coverage of the film, straight from the set. This time, Brett Ratner and the X-cast talk about the new film, its new director, and Storm's new personality.
If X marks the spot, then you've hit gold with CBR's continuing "X3" coverage. In the second part of our Q & A with Brett Ratner and the X-cast, we discuss the new characters, why Angel is just so dreamy, a cure for mutants, and things that make Halle Berry queasy.
Time to turn off the lights in the Danger Room and hit the rack for some rest, as CBR wraps up our special "X3" coverage. As we conclude, Kelsey Grammer talks about his role as Beast in "X-Men: The Last Stand." Come on in and find out who's smarter - Hank McCoy or Frasier Crane?
Everybody on the cast and crew of the Marvel sequel is talking today, while somebody's gonna get romantic in Kansas' weirdest town, Kirk Jones is now downloadable and Warner Brothers sizes up sequels and miniskirts in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Time for another early look at the newest Daywalker, plus getting Sam Jackson a new sword, switching future kings of Atlantis, examinations of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Green Arrow leading the way, plus news on "Hack/Slash," "Smallville," and more.
More details drift in from the final semester at Xavier's, while Marcellus Wallace gets a little wet, there's web-only content to keep you interested in Kansas, Natalie Portman talks about her new hairdo, plus rumors about the "Batman Begins" sequel.
Earth's Mightiest Heroes make their way to the home theatres of people around the world, and CBR has a review of the premiere of Marvel's deal with Lion's Gate Films.
Could the Silver Surfer say, "whoa?" We get more looks at dystopian England, guess who's coming to dinner at Avengers Mansion, somebody's getting a trip to the thirtieth century, plus news on "Captain America," "Smallville," "Deathlok" and more.
How close can you get to Bryan Hitch's work? We find out from character designer Steve Gordon, while Halle Berry reminds us why she's crazy, we look in on ancient Greece, buck the "Superman Curse," do even more coverage of "V for Vendetta" plus much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
In June of 2005, CBR News was invited to the set of the upcoming film "V for Vendetta," starring Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving. We've got full coverage of our visit and interviews with the principles. We begin with our set visit and some notes about our coverage.
Last June, CBR News spoke with "V for Vendetta" star Natalie Portman about the many challenges her role posed, on shaving her head, working opposite a man wearing a mask, her upcoming movie work and much more.
The Autobots and Decepticons will dance to the tune of a maestro of mayhem, officially, while the Fabulous Freak Brothers head to the movies, CBR visits dystopian London, school's out forever in Westchester, plus news on that "Batman Begins" sequel, rumor mongering in the Vertigo universe and pictures from "Smallville."
Last June, CBR News spoke with "V for Vendetta" director James McTiegue about the upcoming film "V for Vendetta. McTiegue adressed a number of issues in the interview, including Alan Moore's reaction to the production, the challenges of working on the streets of London and more.
We round out our coverage of the upcoming film "V for Vendetta" by presenting our interview with actor Hugo Weaving, who plays the role of the mysterious V. What was it like being masked the entire time, and how do you jump into a role at the very last second? Come on in to find out.