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Sneek peeks inside Themiscira's wonders, Gerard Way taking center stage and another look at Zack Snyder's latest cinematic vision, all in the year's last look at links, legends and lies.
You might not be seeing this face in movie theaters any time soon, Michael Bay blows more stuff up, we look at an animated Batman plus "Spider-Man: The Musical" (really), "Coraline" and more.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with two clips from the January 2nd episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" called "Day of the Dark Knight," guest starring David McCallum ("NCIS").
Shia LeBeouf signs autographs and dodges shrapnel, footage finds its way to silver screens no matter what the judge said and DJ Caruso's hard at work.
All excited to sit down on March 6th to see Alan Moore's ideas come to life on the silver screen? Well, don't go pre-ordering your tickets just yet. Oh, and Eartha Kitt died.
A last push for publicity in Frank Miller's Will Eisner adaptation, the Comedian hits LA, animated smashing with Dr. Banner plus "Wonder Woman," "City Hunter," "the Green Hornet" and more.
Tyrese Gibson looks forward to explosions while bracing for impact, The Mandarin may enjoy a good White Castle now and then, and we look at the future with Clark Kent, plus much more.
Kevin Sorbo gets a new reason to appear at conventions, the mind-melding movie gets a poster, court is back in session sans Stallone, plus "Wolverine and the X-Men" and "Smallville."
“The Office” stars Ed Helms and Angela Kinsey talk to CBR News about their hit sitcom, its behind-the-scenes hilarity, diverse fanbase, and of course their characters' awkward on-screen romance.
Lovely ladies speak their mind, direction comes to the 25th century, Kato and Britt are fighting already -- each other -- plus reshoots for "Wolverine," "Surrogates" and much more.
Central City isn't the only thing screaming. Frank Miller's intensely stylized screen adaptation of Will Eisner's comic book classic, "The Spirit," leaves Eisner fans with much to be desired, but Gabriel Macht's performance will win over neophytes.
Who will this man call "daddy?" We think we know, while Frank Miller speaks, Oa gets XTs plus Bruce Willis in "Surrogates," news on "Dragonball Evolution," "Cowboy Bebop" and more.
Find out what happens when superheroes unionize in “The League,” a short film by Kyle Higgins & Alec Siegel. We spoke with Higgins about the project and the appeal of grown-up sidekicks.
The new Jim Rhodes has got something to say, while we talk to the cast and crew of the Eisner adaptation, get manga with Scott Charles Stewart and look at much more in today's news summary.
Frank Miller, Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Sarah Paulson, Eva Mendes and Dan Lauria talk about their work in "The Spirit," the new film adaptation of Will Eisner's classic comics series.
Indecision (or the curse of Alan Moore) strikes the Zack Snyder-helmed production, Logan hits the web, Billy Zane makes a comeback plus "Green Lantern," "Hulk Vs." and more.
Joe Pokaski & Aron Coleite are back to answer your “Heroes” questions in the latest edition of CBR’s exclusive question-and-answer session, BEHIND THE ECLIPSE! This week: your questions about "Our Father."
The trailer for "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" debuted this weekend in theaters everywhere and now here's your chance to view the trailer for the film staring Hugh Jackman, opening May 1, 2009.
Piccolo looks a little green, Logan hobnobs with the stars, Bryan Singer's still in the game, plus news on The Crow, Spawn, Thor and more.
Warner Bros. Pictures today released new still images from two comic adaptations coming in 2009 -- Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' "Watchmen" and Greg Rucka & Steve Lieber's "Whiteout."
Hugh Jackman will host the 81st annual Academy Awards. Given "The Dark Knight's" pre-Oscar buzz, it's likely Wolverine will preside over a triumphant night for the Batman, echoing scenes from "Batman Vs. Wolverine" a.k.a. "The Prestige."
Logan talks about Gambit and Deadpool, Guy Ritchie has his sergeant in mind and keeps it classified, Gabriel Macht speaks his mind, plus "Blade," "Magneto" and "Spider-Man: The Musical."
The nominees for the 66th annual Golden Globe Awards have been announced, and Heath Ledger has earned a posthumous nod for his celebrated role as The Joker in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight."
Lionel Luthor takes on the Petrellis? Strange but true, while Bill Willingham opens up, plus "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," "Wonder Woman," "Smallville" and more.
Joe Pokaski & Aron Coleite are back to answer your “Heroes” questions in the latest edition of CBR’s exclusive question-and-answer session, BEHIND THE ECLIPSE! This week: your questions about "The Eclipse, Part II."
DC dominates the news of the day while Michael Bay works hard, we look hard at the city's true face, and New York's getting a little bit of Themiscira.
Warner Bros. has announced that exclusive footage, an iPhone & iPod touch application, behind the scenes podcasts, trailers and more are now available exclusively on iTunes and the Apple App Store.
In this exclusive interview with CBR News, venerable "Fables" creator Bill Willingham says he's not currently involved in any way with the ABC television project based on his Eisner-winning Vertigo series.
The animated "Wonder Woman" film from Warner Bros.' DC Universe line is set to debut at New York Comic Con on February 6, ahead of its street date for DVD, Blu-Ray and other formats.
Seth Rogen's ready for some cosplay, Dollar Bill speaks his mind, Megatron and Ravage get new looks, plus looking at the future of "Smallville" and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Wolverine might need some ear protection, Zack Snyder paid attention to details, getting real with storybook characters, plus "Sin City 2." "Smallville," "Heroes" and more in today's news summary.
Two important things to know: Bill Willingham's getting ready to cash a great big honking check, and if the Alphabet Network has its way, you'll see Vertigo favorites in your living room sooner rather than later.
In this installment, "Punisher: War Zone" star Ray Stevenson discusses working with Director Lexi Alexander on the film and whether or not he was ever told "Look angrier! Kill harder!"
In this installment, "Punisher: War Zone" star Ray Stevenson discusses his enormous fondness for the MAX Comics series written by Garth Ennis, saying the writer demonstrated “the real truth of the character.”
The director, stars, and producer of “Punisher: War Zone” talk about their interest in the ultra-violent character and praise comics writer Garth Ennis as a major inspiration for the new film, which opens today in U.S. cinemas.
The critically acclaimed former writer of “Blue Beetle,” John Rogers melds his science and pop culture backgrounds into a new heist show starring Timothy Hutton that depicts something of a modern day Robin Hood.
One last shot at publicity for the bullet riddled requel, while Frank Miller plans on April, Christian Bale heads back to the silver screen, plus "Hancock 2," "Emo Boy," "Heroes" and more.
Actor Ray Stevenson sits down with CBR TV to talk about "Punisher: War Zone." In this second question, Stevenson compares the role of Frank Castle with that of Titus Pullo, the character he played in HBO's "Rome."
What could end the days in Kansas? We wonder while going to guns with Stevenson and Alexander, delays on a check for Brian Michael Bendis, plus "Jonah Hex," "Wanted 2" and more.
Actor Ray Stevenson sits down with CBR TV to talk about "Punisher: War Zone." In this first of a five-part feature, Stevenson reveals what attracted him to the role of Frank Castle.