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It's an insanely slow news day as Michael Cera continues his battle for love, Hal Jordan finds a sense of direction and Lara Croft looks for the fountain of youth in today's news summary.
There's lots of new giant robot video floating around, Stark Industries has some development in LA, Robert Downey Jr. is having a problem getting Platinum, plus "Daredevil" reboot and more.
Director Ken Mills talks to CBR News about his Jeff Smith documentary, which features interviews with Paul Pope, Terry Moore, Colleen Doarn, Harvey Pekar and more.
It's a slow news day when a press release leads things off, but that's the way it is while Edgar Wright keeps snapping shots, Christian Bale fights the future and we've got "Mandrake" to finish the week.
With great action sequences, but a thin story, “Terminator Salvation” -- starring Christian Bale and Sam Worthington -- finally reveals, with surprising reality, the Future War of the Machines.
Megan Fox is coming to your living room, a Spaniard is getting a gun and Mary Jane's still a question mark, plus news about "The Surrogates," "Green Lantern," "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
Anton Yelchin, Bryce Dallas Howard, Moon Bloodgood, and Common tell CBR News about shooting the new Terminator film, doubling up on summer movies, and the role of technology in their lives.
What changes will the NBC series have this fall? We wonder while getting familiar with a visitor from Cybertron, stepping on to Edgar Wright's set, "Mandrake" and more in today's news summary.
Mark Valley explodes on to the small screen, Loki is revealed and giant robots blow stuff up, plus news about "Green Lantern," "Spider-Man 4," "G.I. Joe," "El Superbeasto," "Takeru" and more.
Marvel Studios confirmed rumors today that actor Tom Hiddleston has been cast to play Loki in the upcoming film adaptation of "Thor" with director Kenneth Branagh.
Director McG and screenwriters Michael Ferris and Jon Brancato tell CBR News about the challenges in returning not just the Terminator to movie screens, but also John Connor.
Michael Cera puts the hammer down, Marvel may have found its thunder god and Everette Hartsoe cashes a big ol' check. All that and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
This weekend, the contracts were printed and the representatives haggled over details ... but what it means to you is that someone worthy may have been found to hold the hammer. Find out who.
Now you see him -- Christopher Chance is ready to work, Tony Stark is ready to gamble and the 'bots from Cybertron are ready to play, plus more from Tess Mercer, Edgar Wright and more.
It's sequelmania as Sam Mendes looks way ahead, Michael Bay's hard at work, Peter Parker's saying "sakes and begorrah," all while Clark throws down, Steve Niles waits and more in today's news wrap.
“Terminator Salvation’s” new cyborg Sam Worthington talks about his job as an actor, his role in the McG film, and his upcoming role in a remake of “Clash of the Titans.”
CBR proudly brings you an exclusive scene from "Big Man Japan," the new mockumentary by Hitosi Matsumoto about giant monsters and Japan's most hated superhero.
CBR News takes a look back at Wolverine's 35-year history in comics that went into building the story for the blockbuster movie "X-Men Origins: Wolverine."
It's almost time for the Odinson, Mark Valley is coming to your living room, somebody wants to put words in He-Man's mouth. All that, plus there's news on "Youngblood," "Smallville" and more.
From the mysteries of "Fringe" to the pages of a Vertigo comic, actor Mark Valley is Christopher Chance, and we've got the inside information on the new Fox series.
Actor Christian Bale talks to CBR News about “Terminator Salvation,” working with the film’s director, and why Christopher Nolan will not tell him anything about the next Batman movie.
Finally, Tess Mercer gets a chance to speak her mind, while rumors swirl around the Petrellis and the Andy Diggle adaptation, plus we've got news about "Scott Pilgrim," "Transformers 2" and more.
Lotsa costumes in Kansas' strangest town, Bruce Willis isn't hiding behind anything, Jon Favreau is hanging around the City of Angels and there's news about "Brave and the Bold," "Conan" and more.
In this final installment of CBR TV's exclusive interview with William Shatner, the legendary "Star Trek" actor answers the question of who would win in a fight: William Shatner or Chris Pine?
Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures has provided CBR with a set of photos from Guy Ritchie's upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" movie, starring Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law and Rachel McAdams.
Writer Christopher Yost talks to CBR News about his new animated show, “Iron Man: Armored Adventures,” as well as the series villains, its teenage Tony Stark, and his next Marvel series, “Avengers.”
CBR brings you another look at J.J. Abrams' re-launch of the Star Trek franchise. Alex Dueben gives the film high marks for acting and says it offers something special to longtime Star Trek fans: a good Star Trek movie.
Clark Kent's ready for a big confrontation, Robert Downey Jr. suits up, Ross Richie cashes another check and there's also news on "Dead of Night," "Green Lantern," "Wolverine" downloads and more.
The writer and studio executive explains the ins and outs of American Original, his new production company and comics publisher designed with an eye on getting bigger opportunities for creators.
CBR News reveals a look at the forthcoming film “Dead of Night" with a production photo taken at the New Orleans set of the Brandon Routh-starring film based on the Italian Dylan Dog comics.
20th Century Fox has upped the download figure for an unfinished pirated version of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" from 1 million to 4 million. Nevertheless, the film was the biggest weekend opening of 2009 so far.
Brandon Routh's come a long way from Metropolis, Booster Gold gets televised, Racer X gets a new movie role, plus "Green Lantern" news, "Iron Man 2" and more in today's news summary.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with a clips and pics from the next episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," featuring Wildcat and Booster Gold! The episode will air on Friday, May 15 at 8:30 PM.
Ryan Reynolds is ready to return, swords swinging, while Hal Jordan might have a background in intelligence, Wesley Gibson's got two wordsmiths, plus there's news of "Thor," "Smallville," "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
Get ready for Pepper Potts to get kind of kinky while Hugh Jackman gets a new comic-related role, the Petrellis are on their way back plus much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Following last weekend’s debut of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” news comes that its star, Hugh Jackman, is set to produce and appear in another comic book movie, Doug TenNapel's “Ghostopolis.”
You can take a new look at a lot of giant robots while Kevin Grevioux steps behind the camera and Michael Cera keeps turning up, all mixed in with news about "G.I. Joe," "Brave and the Bold" and more.
Mutant fans flocked to theaters this weekend, awarding the Hugh Jackman starrer “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” an impressive $87 million dollar box office take according to early estimates.
Despite a work print leak that could have proved disastrous, “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” hauled in an impressive $35 Million on Friday, paving the way for a very profitable weekend.
Kenneth Branagh has plans, Andy Diggle spills the beans and anti-terrorists invade France, plus news about "Iron Man 2," "Brave and the Bold," "Transformers 2," "Shaolin Cowboy," "Lobo" and more to finish off the week.