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Robert Rodriguez still contemplating "Deadpool." Maggie Gyllenhaal talks "Green Lantern?" "Miss: Better Living Through Crime" to be a motion picture. Also, new "First Class" members and more.
Playing the part of Emma "The White Queen" Frost, the leading lady of "Mad Men" is just one of several surprise final cast members set in place for Fox's "X-Men: First Class"
Jackman readies himself for "Wolverine" sequel. Tomar-Re of the "Green Lantern" Corps is ready for his close-up. "Hellboy" director talks a possible third film. Also, "The Avengers" in 3D and more.
Famed character actor Oliver Platt has signed on for a role as the mysterious "Man In Black" in Matthew Vaughn's X-Men prequel film along with actors set to be Moira MacTaggart and Azazel – the demon father of Nightcrawler.
Rose Byrne and Jason Flemyng reporting to "First Class"? Another early look at a member of the "Green Lantern" Corps. Karl Urban will enforce The Law! Also, an early "Red" review and more.
Composed of equal parts romance, fighting and comedy, "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" is possibly the purest form of director Edgar Wright's vision, a giddy celebration of comics, girls, video games and movies.
Brandon Routh may test for "Superman," but Nolan brother may not direct. "Captain America" wants you to cut your hair and be extra in the film. Our final "Scott Pilgrim" update and more.
Stars Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman spoke with CBR about their characters' secrets, director Edgar Wright's abilities with actors, pre-Comic-Con jitters and the pain of being slow readers.
"Scott Pilgrim" director Edgar Wright talked with CBR News about the emotional maturity of the main character, the Comic-Con response to the film, DVD extras, and 'Star Wars' prequels.
No "Basterd" for Spidey after all! "Scott Pilgrim's" conscience talk about the film. "Last Man Standing" finds a home at Paramount. Also, "Thor's" ladies talk about his equipment and more.
Actors Anna Kendrick, Kieran Culkin and Aubrey Plaza spoke with CBR about observing Scott Pilgrim's world, stealing comic books and working with Michael Cera.
POP!'s George Khoury spoke with stars Steve Austin, Dolph Lundgren and Terry Crews about their experiences filming their new movie, working with Sylvester Stallone and why "The Expendables" is a truly manly movie.
"The Avengers" assemble for filming in February. The ladies of "Scott Pilgrim" speak out. "Black Hole" loses David Fincher to a "Tattoo". Also,"Spider-Man" musical back on track and more.
Mary Elizabeth and Ellen Wong of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," spoke with CBR News about their characters, filming the final fight scenes, reading book six and the Comic-Con reaction to the film.
Is Kilowog ready for his close-up? Chris Hemsworth talks about the balance of Asgard and Earth. Mary Elizabeth Winstead talks "Scott Pilgrim." Also, "John Carter" release date and more.
"Green Lantern" wraps principle photography! A "Basterd" for "Spider-Man" mystery villain? Tony Scott for Mark Millar's "Nemesis"! Also, "Batman 3" may shoot in New Orleans and more.
The minds behind "Batman: The Brave & the Bold" talked with CBR News about rabid fans, Batman's voice and how star Diedrich Bader came to voice the character at Comic-Con International.
With the new rumor that Warner Bros is already thinking about the third Green Lantern movie before the first has even finished shooting, SPINOFF wonders: Why are movies so obsessed with trilogies?
Tony Scott, the director of "Top Gun," "True Romance," "Enemy of the State" and more, has signed on to direct the adaptation of Mark Millar & Steve McNiven's Nemesis. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Jeph Loeb unveiled Marvel TV’s first anime project at Comic-Con International in addition to announcing three upcoming Warren Ellis animated projects scheduled to air on cable network G4.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner catches an early preview of "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World," saying that despite missing some elements of the comics, the film is "an engaging, entertaining piece of cinema."
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been dropping hints about the next wave of Marvel characters headed to the big screen, and it's more than just Runaways and Ant-Man...
The creative team behind "The Simpsons" TV show told fans what to expect in their 21st season as well as discussing the potential for more shows beyond it while touching on a posible sequel to "The Simpsons Movie."
The man who's headed up the development of film and television adaptations for the DC Comics Universe since 2003 is moving on, and the company tells CBR first about the amicable parting of ways.
"The Incredibles" meets "Modern Family" as ABC premieres its new show "No Ordinary Family" at Comic-Con followed by a Question and Answer session with star Michael Chiklis and others.
Rainn Wilson of "The Office" fame spoke at CCI about starring as a wrench-wielding, heartbroken hero in James Gunn's "Super," alongside Liv Tyler as his junkie ex and Ellen Page as his lousy sidekick.
Following their brief appearance at the "Batman: The Brave & the Bold" panel, animation producers Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman spoke with CBR News about their new series, "Young Justice."
At CCI, "Burn Notice" star Bruce Campbell, creator Matt Nix and other members of the cast and crew spoke about USA’s hit spy series and announced plans for a prequel movie focusing on Campbell’s Sam Axe character.
At Comic-Con International, "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto moderated a panel for the television show's creator, Tim Kring, and his new novel, a historical thriller entitled "Shift."
Casting begins for "Runaways." Is "Green Lantern" already on its way to a trilogy? Sex Bob-Omb talks "Scott Pilgrim." Also, Kevin Feige talks "Thor" directors, a JLA movie rumor and more.
Alison Pill and Mark Webber spoke with CBR about learning to play music, working with director Edgar Wright and the challenges of acting in a large scale motion picture.
Respect Films' Patrick Meany and Jordan Rennert debuted new footage and answered questions about their upcoming documentary "Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods" at Comic-Con International.
At Comic-Con International, Sony Pictures unveiled a sneak peek at “Battle: Los Angeles,” its March 2011 alien-invasion drama that pits Marines against an otherworldly menace in a first-person shooter scenario.
Stars Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis and Karl Urban joined series creators Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner after their panel at Comic-Con International to discuss comics, adapting "Red" to film and old age.
At Comic-Con International, the cast and writers of "The Big Bang Theory" spoke to fans about the upcoming fourth season of the popular CBS sitcom, the future of the show's characters, Sheldon’s love life and more.
Aaron Johnson will not be attending "First Class." Hal's nephew to appear in "Green Lantern." Evil Exes talk "Scott Pilgrim." Also, "Y: the Last Man" director talks trilogy and more.
The creators and stars of "Chuck" spoke during Comic-Con International about the imminent arrival of Baby Awesome, the Buy More as subsidiary of the CIA, the casting of Linda Hamilton as Chuck’s mother and more.
The cast and crew of "Sucker Punch" spoke at Comic-Con International, discussing the empowerment of their fight training, director Zack Snyder's approach to filmmaking and the decision to shoot the movie in 2D.
The heroes of FOX's "Human Target" series fielded questions and provided clues about what will happen to Christopher Chance in the upcoming season during their Comic-Con International panel.
Seth Green, Matt Senreich, Tom Root, Doc Hammer, Jackson Publick, and Brendan Small gave rabid fans a taste of what to expect from the upcoming seasons of Robot Chicken, Venture Bros. and Metalocalypse.