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The street date for "Green Lantern: First Flight," the fifth entry in the popular DVD series of DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movies, has shifted to July 21, 2009.
The erstwhile Jim Rhodes has a lot to say, there's a new look at Kansas' craziest town, Goku sees into the future, plus news about "G.I. Joe," "Transformers 2," "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
The “Phantom of the Opera” star talks to CBR News about her new role as a kick-ass action heroine in “Dragonball Evolution,” the live-action film based on Akira Toriyama's popular manga and anime series.
From the bridge of the Enterprise to the surface of Oa to "The Fast and the Furious" to the depths of Atlantis and to the pages of manga, plus "G.I. Joe" and "Heroes."
The “Buffy” and “Smallville” actor talks to CBR News about his new role as the villain Piccolo in "Dragonball Evolution," a live-action adaptation of the classic "Dragonball" manga and anime series.
Logan's loose and lots of people are unhappy about that, we've got a gang of mechanoids to discuss, Sylvain White gets two more operatives plus "G.I. Joe," "The Button Man" and more.
Judd Winick first rose to fame after publishing a comic book memoir of his time on MTV's "The Real World" with AIDS activist Pedro Zamora. Now he talks to CBR about MTV's new film based on Zamora's life.
News broke late last night that "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," the hotly anticipated 20th Century Fox film based on Marvel Comics’ X-Men characters, had been leaked on the internet for illegal downloading.
No joke -- this man's ready to get his adaptation on, Chow Yun-Fat speaks his mind and Jon Favreau's ready to roll, while we've also got news on "Heroes," "Jonah Hex," "Spider-Man 4" in today's news summary.
International superstar Chow Yun-Fat talks to CBR News about his new film “Dragonball Evolution” and the challenges in bringing the popular manga and anime series to the big screen.
Piccolo takes a chance to speak his mind, we take a look behind the eclipse and find out who won't be putting words in the Canucklehead's mouth and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
It’s the Baby Touch-And-Go edition pf BTE with Joe Pokaski and Aron Coliete, who answer all your questions about the youngest of “Heroes'” cast, the end of Tracy, breaking rules and the return of the helix.
Singing super villains, Duke and the team get digital, Chuck D contemplates celluloid alongside news about "Wolverine," "Smallville," "Astro Boy" and more in the week's first news summary.
Thanks to our friends at Lionsgate, CBR is excited to offers our readers the opportunity to win a free copy of the two-disc special edition "Punisher: War Zone" starring Ray Stevenson. Contest ends April 1st.
Getting a better look at this guy and his pals, shining up the claws for a sequel before the spinoff has happened, Cally getting a new job, alongside "Iron Man 2," "No Heroics" and more.
It's all thumbs up for Megan Fox to get wet, Cobra Commander reveals his, er, face, while Brian Wood picks up the check. We also look in on "Scott Pilgrim," "Heroes," "Wonder Woman," "Green Hornet" and more.
Will the Fallen live long and prosper? We wonder while considering who Peter Parker will contend with, getting "Eternal" with Clark Kent and checking news on "Dead of Night", "Astro Boy" and more.
The hunt is on for the Petrellis, while magic comes to Kansas, Weapons Ten and Eleven are back, plus a new look at "Astro Boy," a "Tintin" team up and going "under the hood" of the Black Freighter.
With "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter/Under the Hood" on sale tomorrow on DVD, Blue-Ray and ON DEMAND, CBR brings you advance looks at both features.
Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski are back to answer your questions in this week’s edition of BEHIND THE CLIPSE, in which we find out more about 1961, Joe Pokaski’s next episode of “Heroes,” and the villainous Samson Grey.
Writer/Director Ray Griggs talks to CBR News about his new genre comedy, “Super Capers,” his impressive cast, and what it was like to work with his childhood hero, Adam West.
Just what does this guy look like when he's all shiny and metallic? We wonder while taking another look at a superheroic trailblazer, check in on the Petrellis, "Wolverine," "Smallville" and more.
Euros Lyn talks to CBR TV about the honor of directing David Tennent’s final episode of “Doctor Who,” as well as depicting the Doctor’s regeneration into new actor Matt Smith.
Hal Jordan rumors, Star Trek down under, Warner's Watchmen aftermath, and the new Wolverine spot--check out what we have for you in today's Comic Reel.
The star of BBC’s “Torchwood,” Eve Myles talked to CBR TV at New York Comic Con about the popular “Doctor Who” spinoff and its growing success in the United States.
Directed by Ray Griggs, the parody "Super Capers” features misguided heroes and misguided filmmaking, with derivative characters and plots, some of which strain the definition of "homage."
More on Iron Man 2 and No Heroics casting, an early opinion on the new Muppets script, initial impressions on G.I. Joe footage, and excitement for the BSG finale--it's all here, along with a few surprises.
Wednesday Comics Reel, in which we right a wrong, clear up a Deadpool mystery, bring the bad news about Transformers 3, and Neil Gaiman on "The Colbert Report."
Writer Jeph Loeb talks for the first time about the "Public Enemies" arc of his and Ed McGuinness' bestselling “Superman/Batman” run being made into a Warner Bros. animated feature.
Sin City 2's Long Hard Corner, Jack Shepherd channeling Steve McQueen, Thor's possible lady love, and Transformers 3's brand new release date--all this and more in today's reel roundup.
Watchmen drops, an Amazon Princess picks up, Spider-Man is casting about, Destro proves elusive and much more in today's comic movie roundup.
ROBOT 6 has details on the next direct-to-DVD DC animated film -- "Superman/Batman," which according to early reports appears to follow the first arc from the Jeph Loeb written series.
The antiterrorism force goes digital, Matt Brubaker's creation is manifest in text and flesh, Earth's Mightiest Heroes are in no hurry, plus much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
The star of "Lost," Daniel Day Kim talks to CBR TV about his character's shocking twists and turns on this season of the hit ABC show, as well as his background as a comic book reader, his career in sci-fi, and future projects
"Death Proof" actress/stuntwoman Zoë Bell talks to CBR News about her role as an assassin with amnesia in the new film, “Angel of Death,” written by Ed Brubaker and now playing on Sony Crackle.com.
Fans of Thor and The Avengers will have to wait another year to see the Marvel superheroes on the big screen. CBR's new blog ROBOT 6 has all the details on the new "Thor," "Avengers" and "Captain America" dates.
From Russia with love thanks to Silken Floss and Marv, bad times come to Kansas, Edgar Wright loves taking pictures plus "Wolverine," "Shazam" and more.
Superstar comic book writer Ed Brubaker talks to CBR about his new film, “Angel of Death” currently playing on Crackle.com, and gives fans a preview of some of his upcoming comic book work.
Director Zack Snyder and the cast and crew of "Watchmen" discuss the story's many parallels to real life social and political issues, and why the graphic novel by Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons is just as relevant now as ever.
The god of mischief comes to Asgard by way of ... Sin City? Pondering Asgardian casting while George Miller holds out for "Justice," looking for usual mechanical suspects and much more.