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He's played an elven king and a digital villain, but now Hugo Weaving is Alan Moore's anarchic terrorist and he's got lots to say about it. Plus: Halle Berry feels fly, Jett Jackson comes to Kansas, the Spartans get a video blog and much more in the week's first news summary.
Everybody's talking about Frank Miller, as he plans multiple sequels for Nancy and the gang, while his phalanxes get their digital due courtesy of Warner Brothers. Plus, we take another look at a simply "super" Brandon Routh in the week's last news summary.
It's beginning to look a lot like a ghost town, as we rely on Kal-El's media coverage to start us off, with another clip of Johnny Blaze to keep us warm and a holiday greeting from Brett Ratner, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Natalie Portman's really growing into that new hairdo, while Thomas Jane tries to find time to fire off a round or a thousand. Plus, another look at the Spirit of Vengeance in a less-than-jam-packed look at links, legends and lies.
Johnny Blaze makes his long-awaited, anticipated fiery debut on the web, while Clark Kent makes a big decision, Asterix goes to Spain, you will believe that Uma can fly, plus "Teen Titans" and "Batman" sequel news.
Alan Moore's spandex-clad masterpiece has found its way home to its corporate masters, and director Paul Greengrass tells you why. Plus, we predict a riot in Vancouver, standing in for the mutant-covered streets of New York, Clark may not be the only alien in town, and Joss Whedon juggles responsibilities, all in today's news summary.
Take a fresh, new look at a dystopian fascist England while you also check into the Department of Mutant Affairs. Optimus Prime and Megatron could square off as early as March, and Ken Burns may do a team-up with Bryan Singer, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Johnny Blaze is gonna have to wait a while to hit the road, while we catch an exclusive rumor of an Eastman and Laird property getting the big screen treatment, everybody's favorite barbarian gets animated, Capote could be the Penguin and more in a busy day of news.
In today's news summary, Robert and Frank talk about tweaking your expectations, Marvel's first direct-to-DVD gets the Valenti treatment, Top Cow goes Platinum, anarchy attacks the web, plus Mark Millar speaks and another familiar super powered teenager may be headed to Smallville.
Finding out just what happened to Pietro and Wanda's dad, we also wonder about alien genitalia, find a rapper turned vampire slayer, see Top Cow cash a huge check, find out who's helping Spidey and much more.
With Platinum Studios involved with multiple Top Cow properties, CBR News spoke to Chairman Scott Rosenberg about the "Darkness" feature film.
Could a certain acrobatic teen hero somersault from one animated series to another? We'll find out, plus chatting up the former Mrs. Lex Luthor, putting a price tag on Peter Parker, early praise for the Vertigo adaptation, and more on "Smallville," "Blade" and more.
Top Cow's famous "Witchblade" comic book series will be making the jump to the big screen as a franchise, as revealed by Platinum Studios Chairman Scott Rosenberg.
Is Lex justified in turning to evil, or is he just misunderstood? We ask the hard questions along with finding out who's jazzed about anime, what's up with the BPRD, what Kitty Pryde has to say for herself, who's giving the new Blade all those wonderful toys and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Peter Parker hits the City of Angels, while Lois and Lex hit the press circuit. The Spartans have invaded Montreal, Mark Millar's violent epic really is coming to the silver screen, plus updates on "Blade," "X-Men 3," "V for Vendetta" and more.
Marv fans may not get their televised fix, but maybe "Madman" fans will. Meanwhile, Jim Cameron is looking for a starlet, name cache not required, we've got new looks at dystopian fascist London and a little town called Metropolis, all in today's look at links, lies and legends.
Take a gander at the images from the mutant movie teaser trailer, or go get a copy of it for yourself. Plus, we reveal how you can chat with Robert Rodriguez, show you Kid Flash, hear Tom Welling thoughts on the show, welcome back "The Batman" and say farewell to a legendary actor.
Take a gander at Mama McCoy's bouncing baby boy, as well as other students at Xavier's. Plus, Chris Claremont on the silver screen, the Beast wants to help Darren Davis make a movie, Lex gets holiday minded, the French edit for Yanks, plus news on "Fantastic Four," the next Batman sequel, "Ultimate Avengers" and much more.
Fans finally get their first look at the next summer's "X-Men 3," starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen and directed by Brett Ratner ("Rush Hour"). Have a look, then tell us what you think. UPDATED With loads of stills captured from the trailer.
While the trailer for "X-Men" 3 won't be hitting the Web until this coming Monday, CBR's George Tramountanas checks in with a description of the trailer shown while on a visit to the set in Vancouver, Canada this week.
Everybody's talking about the new school year in Westchester, while Bryan Singer misses his old classmates, James Franco might be working on his balance and Arch finally gets his girls, all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
The babe-o-meter for Peter Parker's life just went up a notch, and we'll tell you how. Could Wayne Manor be too expensive for the Bat? Plus, Will Smith gets ready to crash land and you might feel some Pangs with the next Top Cow project headed to cineplexes.
Ultimate Captain America speaks, while an indie graphic novel heads for the silver screen, the Romans will have one less Frenchman to worry about and Dean Cain talks Tom Welling and Brandon Routh, plus a "Painkiller Jane" update.
Take a look at Leech and Avi Arad, getting ready for another semester at Xavier's, while we take a late look at Metropolis, size up Earth's Mightiest Heroes, get the inside scoop from Jimmy Palmiotti and find out just how funny the next Joker will be.
Is it time for DC's teen team to become Outsiders? We find out, while Hank McCoy looks at the man in the mirror, Asterix goes Bollywood, Kal-El flies out from down under, plus updates on "Painkiller Jane," "Spider-Man 3," "Smallville" and more.
In the history of slow news days, this one will be remembered with horror and revulsion, as all the pre-turkey rumor-ati and net-izens can cough up is some data from Cartoon Network to see you into the long weekend. Alas, and alack. But this will be your last look at links, legends and lies for this week, so enjoy.
It's a DC-centric day as we get all kinds of animated with new episodes here, pre-emptions there, a holiday special over there and Lex Luthor singing his bald little heart out. Seriously. Yeah ...
Bryan Singer goes Ivy League to drop the knowledge on the Brandon Routh-fueled DC adaptation, while Marvel gets furry, Tom Welling gets good press, Xavier's gets a new website, Aquaman gets a stepdad and more to start off your week.
The first real look at Brandon Routh in action leads of the week's last look at links, legends and lies, alongside new looks at Todd McFarlane's next animated foray, those kids from Xavier's, Alan Moore's dystopian British anarchist and much more.
Sexy new mutants are headed to Xavier's while Bryan Singer chats up movie families old and new. We also take a look at another vision of dystopian future Britain while considering a new accompanist to Peter Parker, all in today's news summary.
New images start to leak from the explosive Vertigo adaptation, Michelle Rodriguez might look good in orange, zombie Brando pulls out all the stops, a winged billionaire playboy buffs up, and Lex Luthor gets somebody pregnant in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Ol' Web Head finds himself in the City of Angels, Kal-El gets mixed up around magic, Willie Lumpkin speaks, Braniac is wrapped up in rumors and more, including "Shazam!" and "The Spirit."
A blog from inside the BPRD leads off a busy Monday, plus Orin gets a chance to shine, Namor loses his direction, another option hits the big time, Wanda Sykes stands ready to talk about Uma's super suit, plus "Deathlok," "Smallville," "Skrull Kill Crew," "Foreverman" and much more.
You might not even recognize some of the Robots in Disguise, while Sam Jackson grabs a new sword, the original Lois Lane likes Bryan Singer, Stan drops an F-Bomb, Johnny Blaze takes another photo and much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Actor Vinnie Jones likes to keep it simple, Wolverine meets Homer, Arthur Curry heads back to your TV screen, the Daywalker learns to rap, Kal-El gets a website and much more in today's news summary.
If you were expecting a pink jumpsuit on James Marsters, you'll be sorely disappointed, while a beloved cartoon gets an accompanist, Bill Duke shows love to Brett Ratner, Mike Mignola gets animated, Raven and Perry White speak and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Spider-Man 3, Super Ex Girlfriend, Superman Returns, Ultimate Avengers: November 8th Comic Reel Wrap
A fan favorite writer will be adapting Tobey Maguire's next adventure, Uma Thurman suits up, spoilers for Brandon Routh's star turn fly in from down under, Cap battles it out, Clark goes nuts and a rapper gets a sword in today's news summary.
We take a look at one of Spidey's new playpals, check in under the sea with Michael Turner, get animated with Mike Mignola, resurrect Michael Clarke Duncan, plus we take a look at "Ultimate Avengers," "Superman Returns," "Painkiller Jane," "X-Men 3" and so much more.
It's a slow news day chock full of Metropolis-minded goodness as we get spoilers from the hit WB series, get info on a free screening in Michigan and take a big, big look at Brandon Routh all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Shadowcat speaks while Logan and Cain Marko rumble in the jungle. We've also got new metahuman rumors from Kansas' weirdest town, why one man's name keeps popping up as the Bat's laughing nemesis and dragging Tony Stark home, all in a brisk and busy news summary.