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Could the Invisible Woman be fading out on the sequel? is that a new photo of Clark Kent at work as a reporter? Who's looking for "A Dame To Kill For?" What voices will bring Todd McFarlane's flagship character to life once again? Plus, what's up with "The Exec," "Smallville" and "X-Men 3?" The answers and more on the next episode of "Soap," er, The Comic Reel!
Get a brief look at the footage a select few saw in San Diego, find out what Professor X says about secrets, who's back for another semester, how Spike likes his new role and how much OE Neil Gaiman likes in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Will there be two sequels for Frank Miller's noir masterpiece, or just one? We try to find out, while the Fifth of November will have to wait until March, a rumors site guesses at which rumors are lies and which are true, and one of the Bat's animated incarnations gets a new Vicki Vale.
The doctor is in for Marvel's merry mutants, a princess comes to Kansas at the same time a revered writer leaves, a zombie returns to Gotham and Tim Allen gets a get-out-of-court-free card, plus debating the next Joker and more in today's news summary.
It's just some good ol' boys and maybe Lois as a stripper, while Frank Miller's Spartan special forces march towards multiplexes and three more supporting actors are added to the Brett Ratner-helmed ensemble Marvel movie, all in today's look at links, lies and legends.
Bryan Singer throws a car! John Romita Jr. gets a huge check! Matthew Vaughn's wife tells the inside story! Tim Allen filming in Canada! Buffy comes to "Smallville" (sort of)! James Cameron gears up for cyborg love story! "Entourage" comes true! Detective Billy Rosewood joins the Doom Patrol! Exclamation points gone wild! All in! Today's! Comic Reel! Huh!
Lex gives himself to the dark side, Bill Murray gets furry one more time, and people are intent to make Halle Berry happy, cape and all, in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
Sweet Christmas! John Singleton talks about what he's looking for in a Hero for Hire, Viggo looks like he's about to put a foot in somebody's behind, and we talk tunes and take snapshots of modern-day Metropolis in today's news summary.
We check in on the Australian set mimicking Metropolis, find out why Eric Forman went blond, discover just who's bringing the cartoon dog to life, and return to "Dawson's Creek" with Bruce Wayne, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
No news is not really good news for Wally West's case, there's a new student over at Xavier's, Silent Bob's reluctantly leaving Black Beauty behind, Lois Lane's pleased as punch, plus a whole lot more, even being a day late and a dollar short.
Uber-geek Kevin Smith talked, in extremely un-family friendly language, about the joys of following your dream, why he's not doing "Fletch" or "Green Hornet," finishing "Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do," Prince and, of course, hitting people over the head with chairs.
Saturday afternoon at Wizard World, Marvel & Lion's Gate Family Entertainment held a panel to discuss the upcoming "Ultimate Avengers" direct-to-dvd series, with a total of eight films planned. We've got all the details.
Will things get more romantic for Clark Kent now he's left high school behind? Who is the new villain that will menace Spawn's life? How does Kevin Spacey's Lex Luthor look so fly? When can you get that four disc DVD of Frank Miller's noir classic? All these questions and more are answered in the week's last news summary.
A practical joke almost turns too serious on the Australian set, while one actress would rather be "Lost" than mutated, you may get two Clark Kents on screen at the same time, and Zoe is back and happy about it, plus more in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
We find out where those kids from Xavier's are headed (and maybe find out who's up for Stacy X), wonder if Samuel Jackson's next sword will have "Bad M..." on it, dream up a new way to keep the world safe from aliens and check in on the Eisner adaptation, plus grats are in order for one comics creator getting all celluloid.
It's a slow news day, with some witty tidbits from "Buffy's" creator about comics' most celebrated heroine, footage of Todd McFarlane's demonic street soldier and some quotes from Bryan Singer, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
It's the great disappearing pirated footage for Johnny Blaze, while we get more looks at Metropolis from down under, Shellie and Marv call it a comeback, we spoil tons of "Smallville" details for you, get a young Angel out in Westchester and David Cronenberg says, "What graphic novel?"
Alas, poor Aleph, we barely knew ye ... the death knell for the most popular TV show never aired, plus Larry Young looks like he's gonna get a huge check, Frank Miller's ancient Greeks may be poised to march into multiplexes with a new director, we check out the Metropolis Museum, Jennifer Garner says she and her hubby may suit up for Marvel again, plus so much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
"Pryde" goeth before a fall as Xavier gets his Shadowcat, MTV finds a story to sink their teeth into, Clark Kent is all wet with fresh spoilers from his hit show, Thomas Haden Church rules out "Man with 1000 Chins" and "The Period" as villains he would play, plus more.
The gang from Westchester are headed west for a field trip, while Brian K. Vaughan talks about how easy it was for him to break into screenwriting. We've got news about a set accident in Kansas' weirdest town and chats with heroes past and present.
Kevin Spacey's looking stylish, the Lions are ready to roar, Clark Kent gets good and bad instructions, Spidey goes shopping and even more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
A huge day of rumors and reports, including allegations about who Haden Church will be, more of the DCU heading to Kansas, pirate footage straight from Cybertron, a brilliant character actor wanted as a goofy villain, a heapin' helpin' o' Viggo, early enrollment in Westchester, and looks into "V For Vendetta" and "Ghost Rider."
It's a slow news day as it's open enrollment at Xavier's, the Thing is looking ahead to wearing the suit again and director Renny Harlin will be looking over Tone Rodriguez' shoulder for inspiration.
With the highly anticipated trailer for "V For Vendetta" appearing for the first time on the Web today, CBR News brings you a one-on-one interview with "V" star Natalie Portman who discusses the role she played and how the film fits in with the world's current political climate.
Who's the newest freak to come to Kansas? How is David Goyer helping the Daywalker get cable? What does Natalie Portman think about violence? Will the head of SHIELD die harder? All this and more in the next episode of Soa ... er, in the week's penultimate look at links, lies and legends.
Michael Bay puts the Autobots and Decepticons on hold, Reed and the gang look towards the future, we take a look at Viggo's latest, take a long look at what they've done to Alan Moore's anarchist terrorist tale, get a director's cut of "Elektra" and much more.
The always jovial cast of the film "Serenity" joined creator Joss Whedon at a rollicking panel filled with snippets of humor, heartfelt affection and action packed footage.
Dazzling women, monster machines, and, oh yeah, Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx -- Sony Pictures presented a cornucopia of new offerings for an enthusiastic Comicon crowd.
The weekend news from San Diego gets summed up with tons of news on the Last Son of Krypton, Marvel's merry mutants, Joss Whedon's labor of love, Fez' first feature film, Alan Moore's treatise on terrorism, Eva Mendes meeting the geeks, Will Eisner's witty hero coming to life and much more.
Joel Silver clears up misconceptions that Alan Moore would play nicely with his latest adaptation, Zak Penn clears up some rumors floating around Westchester, Aaron Magruder comes to Adult Swim and Bryan Singer has faith in his lead actor, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Saturday afternoon Warner Bros. gave fans their first look at footage from next summer's highly anticipated film "Superman Returns" starring Brandon Routh. So, how did it look? Check inside.
In preparation for the September release of a deluxe hardcover, the Alan Moore collaborator spoke passionately about the creative process, his new French project, and the upcoming adaptation starring Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman.
This September, the silver screen adaptation of John Wagner and Vince Locke's graphic novel "A History of Violence" hits theaters. Convention goers were given a sneak peek of the film and a chance to chat with the film's writer, Josh Olson, and the film's director, the legendary David Cronenberg.
Could Justin Timberlake's main squeeze have been sized up for a golden lasso? We ponder that while bringing a manga classic to the states, getting back to Cimmeria, getting mythical with Mike Mignola, changing a lot in "A History of Violence," hearing the calm before the Storm and looking in on Bryan Singer in Australia.
In preparation for the DVD's release, director Francis Lawrence was all set to show slides and get into the mechanics of the movie. But he didn't make it. So actress Rachel Weisz made due, with Brian Azzarello, Tim Bradstreet and Karen Berger along for the ride.
Terry Fitzgerald treated an enthusiastic crowd at CCI Thursday to an exclusive preview of the new "Spawn" animated feature. While still in the pre-production stages, there was still plenty to talk about and look at.
Just before hitting the freeway to head to San Diego, we look at the release date for the Cybertron's finest, check out Lex Luthor's grown up digs, toss another check at Brian K. Vaughan and look around at cool photos from the 'con floor in the week's penultimate news summary.
A familiar face has confirmed her return to Westchester, while Uma Thurman gets sized up for spandex, Frank Miller gets a fresh theme song, Disney details their own private capes and masks and we even swing by Castle Grayskull in today's news summary.
How many mechanoids will make the movie, and how many for the sequels? Find out here, plus Superman squares off against himself (sort of), Michael Clarke Duncan keeps an eye out for a monochrome comeback, and we look into the future of Kansas' weirdest town in today's look at links, legends and lies.
All around the world, and ay ay ay -- we drop in on Bryan Singer's not-so-closed set, pump iron with Thomas Jane, get revved up with one of George Lucas' pals, are inundated with materials from the Baxter Building, get inside the brain of Dwayne McDuffie, find out how wrapped up Danny Elfman is and go to the end with the "Teen Titans."