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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.
In one of the slowest news days in recorded history, we take a peek at digital displays in Kansas' strangest town and check out the HMO coverage in Gotham City.
We find out when our travel plans will take us back to Miller's noirish metropolis, find out that Christian Gossett is getting a big check, who's getting a cape in the Luna Brothers TV adaptation, talk patriotism with Avi Arad, plus looking in on "V For Vendetta," "X-Men: The Last Stand," Luke Cage" and much more.
"I serve the comic book community," said Bryan Singer during a press only conference at WonderCon on Saturday. CBR News was there with highlights from Singer and Brandon Routh's chat with the assembled press.
You can feel the love in the air, with extensive coverage of Bryan Singer and Brandon Routh at Wondercon, fresh looks at Marvel's Merry Mutants, Gareb Shamus cashing a check, a two-dimensional Liz Sherman, plus news on "We3," "Ultimate Avengers," "V For Vendetta," "Spider-Man 3" and "Smallville."
Saturday afternoon saw a packed auditorium welcome "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer to WonderCon in San Francisco. Singer brought with him a special guest, Superman himself, Brandon Routh. We've got a full report from the panel.
Mama McCoy's bouncing baby boy answers the call of "suit up," while Daniel Clowes gets a trailer, we've got Wally West getting social, "Asterix" getting acquired like Al Michaels, more name changes for Aquaman, a summer teaser for Peter Parker, plus news on "Death Note," "Smallville," "Watchmen" and the sequel to "Batman Begins."
It's easy being a billionaire playboy, even if you've got wings, or so we're told. Also, we explain ghostly sightings in Clark Kent's childhood home town and find out if Marvel's murder machine will make its way to the silver screen any time soon.
Clark Kent better not be claustrophobic with what we find out today, while we check in on the BPRD, get a new look at Xavier's students, Arthur Curry's creator chimes in, plus news about "The Batman" and the original "Superman" movie.
You can get your first look at Earth's Mightiest Heroes in action, while finding out where young Arthur Curry will hang his swim trunks, sparking some interest in Peter Parker's life, bringing your favorite Cimmerian all of his rowdy friends, plus news on "Superman Returns," "X-Men 3," "V For Vendetta" and more.
Take the time to relive that Super Bowl commercial, rumors swirl around Topher Grace, Mace Windu picks up another sword, we swing by Kansas and even have news on Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme, "Runners," the next "Batman" movie and "Ultimate Avengers."
There's so much info coming out of Westchester that it's ridiculous with the Angel talking about flying lessons and a new look at Slim Summers and Hank McCoy. Plus Bryan Singer's heading to the Bay Area, Nic Cage helps build an FX company, Steve Jobs could have an effect on Will Eisner's legacy, plus much more.
Get yourself a good gander at the other love of Peter Parker's life, while there's widow mackin' and a Teen Titan in Kansas' strangest town, a Tomb Raider maybe headed to Frank Miller's noirish metropolis and could a ward of Wayne be headed back to Cartoon Network? Find out inside.
Gotham's Dark Knight Detective gets some unwelcome presents, Harry Osborn makes a fatal decision, Clark Kent gets another DCU visitor and things get exaggerated in ancient Greece. Plus, when can you register at Xavier's? We may have an idea ...
If you like Kirk Jones, you'll be able to see much more of him this summer. Plus another Platinum Studios property gets optioned, there's a lot going on in the life of Peter Parker, and Clark Kent gets mad. Plus news on "Iron Man" and more Marvel properties.
Don't call it a comeback -- the Doctor is planning to make another house call to the Baxter Building, while we look at the fall of DC's pantheon, get an assistant for Dr. McCoy, go crimefighting with young Clark Kent, plus check up on "Ultimate Avengers," the "Batman Begins" sequel, "Teen Titans," "Concrete," "Krypto," "American Flagg" and more.
If you don't know who died last night (no, it wasn't Clark), then a good third of today's news summary will blow your wig clean off of your head. We also look ahead for the hit soon-to-be-CW series, break down the students at Xavier's and find out why the story of George Reeves has to avoid getting too close to a certain trademarked property.
We've got another new look at Earth's Mightiest Heroes, plus the Luna Brothers get ready to cash a really big check, we find out when you can get back to the Watchtower, review Daniel Clowes' latest cinematic offering, and check in on "Magdalena," "Superman Returns," and more.
Alan Moore's dystopian future anarchist finally reveals where he'll first appear, Screen Gems sends a check over to Tokyopop, Chris Claremont tells the tale while we look at the freshmen at Westchester, and the Vikings are coming this spring, plus a "Painkiller Jane" review.
We're happy to introduce you to Mrs. Sandman, while two familiar voices come back to Metropolis, Marvel's merry mutants get a final title for their forthcoming flick and a spoiler bomb explodes all over Kansas' strangest town in today's look at links, legends and lies.
The new semester in Westchester has a mountain of new materials, including great looks at a lot of the people you'll see around campus. We check in on ancient Greece, get Topher Grace a snappy black outfit, talk about getting wet with Al Gough, talk giant robots with Don Rogers and more in the week's first news summary.
Cain Marko makes an appearance, Queen Gorgo bares it all, Steve Niles cashes a check and Al Gough is feeling chatty, all in the week's last look at legends, links and lies.
UPDATED 4:15 PM PST Warner Bros has provided CBR with new hi-res "Superman Returns" images, as part of CBR's continuing coverage of the film. Includes images of Superman, Clark Kent, Lex Luthor & more.
Peter Parker has a new love interest, Keanu may put the trenchcoat back on, Mulder isn't getting gamma irradiated after all, Bryan Singer may be throwing buckets of cash out a window, plus new data about "Smallville," "Justice League" and the sequel to "Batman Begins."
Aside from hints about Clark Kent's centennial episode and Mulder getting angry, the news is dominated by indies, like Dan Clowes and Christopher getting their due, and Abe Sapien getting animated, all in today's news summary.
Clark Kent meets the press, Earth's Mightiest Heroes get filed, the Watchtower flies over Canada, Mystique likes Brett Ratner, plus news about "Superman Returns," "V For Vendetta" and more in today's news summary.
The year's biggest news summary starts off your week right with lots of new looks at Metropolis, mutant madness for Vinnie Jones and Kelsey Grammer, a look at Marvel's first DVD feature, more Natalie Portman goodness, plus news on "Smallville," "Transformers," "Ghost Rider," "Punisher 2," "Teen Titans" and more.
It's your lucky day, for Friday the 13th, since you're not the one headed to jail in Kansas and you're not the one having assassins sent after them. On the other hand, you could be David Goyer, with a fresh new TV show, or get picked by Stan Lee for comics immortality! All this in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.