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Uh-oh, it's magic starting off our news summary today, with hearsay about Vertigo's bad boy and rumors about Marvel's Thunder God. James Cameron likes anime, Speedy makes a comeback on Cartoon Network and much more.
A grocery bag-loving cameraman signs on to be the devil's spawn, while things get involved with Mike Mignola's crazy creation, plus barking up the wrong tree in Clark Kent's home town and looking behind the curtain with Joe Quesada's little girl in the week's last news summary.
This February the sequel to blockbuster film "The Mask" hits theaters. CBR News spoke with screenwriter Lance Khazei about what fans of the comic series and the original film can expect from the sequel.
One adventurous fan gets up close and personal with two of the WB's brightest stars, while Joe Quesada's heroine gets help from the OC and Shaft. There's new episodes of DC's adult and teen super-teams, and Wally West edges closer to the silver screen, all while a certain reporter celebrates a birthday.
Perry White can't read and Marvel's favorite product of glasnost is ready for her close up. All that and Fez speaks about getting his comic book character on and Marvel's first family makes it official on the web.
Take a look deep inside the depths of Lex Luthor, while we look ahead to what's happening in Kansas' strangest town. Plus, everybody's talking "FF" this weekend, we've got more looks at Gotham City than you can shake a Batarang at, and Johnny Blaze's director has a bunch to say in a jam-packed summary to set off the week.
A tourist report about Gotham City accompanies tons of photos from the grim municipality as our lead item, while FF footage is sneaking out, Keanu stands still and Chuck Xavier's former best friend kicks it old school in our last news summary of the week.
Don't call him chief -- a TV doctor becomes a big screen editor, and brings along Slim Summers for the ride. Meanwhile, Aaron McGruder's politically-charged humor is headed for a cable box near you, Fez becomes a leading man, you can apparently nag Terence Stamp into doing stuff, and much more in a whimsical day of news and rumors.
Fresh photos from the Frog with Jor-El speaking as a Limey. We've got notes on spreading some Jim Carrey on it, Lex Luthor in Palm Springs, the psychology of ninjas in red pajamas and an update to the Batcave, all in today's summary.
Marvel's first family and their least favorite doctor step into the media spotlight, while Keanu gets animated. James Cameron takes a step forward and two websites take a step backwards in chronicling Gotham City, all in today's news summary.
What's Bruce Wayne gonna do on Super Bowl Sunday? We might have the answer, as well as finding out how Hugh Jackman's signing up to make more money, Famke Janssen's looking at more close-ups, Dwayne McDuffie spills the beans, Jennifer Garner gets more downloads and much more.
Who's gonna play Lois Lane and Lex Luthor on the big screen? We know, and we're happy to tell you, along with batting down rumors about the Prince of Eternia, a deluge of details about everybody's favorite pajama-clad Greek ninja, Gary Oldman's special driving lesson and a whole lot more as we close out the week of movie news.
Jessica Alba's gonna strut her little stuff on the catwalk, while Jennifer Garner fights nerve damage to make her movie premiere and the pride of Naboo officially signs on to head for totalitarian England in the week's penultimate news summary.
A trio of lovely ladies kicking butt headline our news today, as Jennifer Garner takes a sick day, we find out who'll hold the guns of the Event Comics character, and Darth Vader's main squeeze gets sized up for a Guy Fawkes mask.
Welcome back -- it's a busy, busy day of news and rumors. Could Leia's mom be headed for totalitarian England? Do we have Eternia's champion and Lois Lane? Did Jennifer Garner go for broke? How did Christopher Nolan get the Bat-job? All that and much more in the first summary of 2005.
Keanu talks about his favorite scenes in the February Vertigo film, while we take another look at the Batmobile, check in with Joey Pants and find out details about the myth-based superhero concept in the absolute last Comic Reel of 2004.
Erica Durance has her fingers crossed that the checks will keep coming, while Jennifer Garner wants her MTV, Warner Brothers thinks about getting a ring and Quesada's quixotic creations keeps working her way to your living room, all in the penultimate news summary of 2004.
Logan's scriptwriter talks about the Canucklehead crossing blades with some of Elektra's friends, while the League returns to the small screen next month, Marvel's already-done horror film may see widespread release after all and the company's also looking at making a "smaller" film.
There's loose talk about how Dr. Jonathan Crane will really affect Gotham, while Nicolas Cage gets ready to ride, giant robots fight each other over an US city, and DC's pubescent partisans return to the small screen.
There's eye candy everywhere that a Jennifer Garner fan could look, plus there's spoilers galore in Kansas' strangest town, Pixar may have had an unwitting hand in the script of the Richards' family adventure, we've got a new close up of the Bat and fresh looks at Keanu in a trenchcoat.
In possibly the slowest news day in all of recorded history, we get an even better look at Frank Miller's favorite town and get to groove just like Jennifer Garner does, all in the last news summary of the week.
Mark Evanier waxes on about why it's not easy being green, while there's more digital goodness involving Jennifer Garner, Allison Mack speaks and there's more juvenile fun and rumor mongering in Gotham City, all in today's news summary.
A slow news day brings in word from Down Under's version of Metropolis, plus a rumor about castmates for Johnny Blaze, new pictures from two upcoming Warner Brothers adaptations and more trailery goodness from Frank Miller's favorite town.
If you're itching for a look at the inner workings of Sin City, the wait is over. Plus, it could be Diana the Monster Slayer if all works out, you can gawk at Jennifer Garner in QuickTime and Keanu's coming, and he has a gun made of pipes.
The answer for David Goyer and Ryan Reynolds is "will they or won't they?" Meanwhile, Warrren Ellis keeps the Frequency alive, Johnny Blaze gets a tour bus and maybe a co-star, somewhere there's a script being written for an Oan subordinate, they're playing musical Halle at Fox, "Smallville's" gregarious brain trust speaks once again and the web is aflutter with all things Bat.
Ron Perlman is gearing up to get back into the makeup chair, Jamie Kennedy had a great work environment and David Goyer's taking on the pride of Keystone City. We've got Lana Lang and guest stars galore, plus we know where he gets those wonderful toys, all in the last news summary of the week.
Even running late the news is Alba-riffic today with quotes from the actress on not being seen, plus Platinum Studios makes headlines again, the French cowboy story comes stateside, another big name heads to "Sin City," the "Blade" franchise may still have life in it and Marvel might throw another mutie on the barbie.
There's a clamor for a fan favorite, pulled between two competing multi-million dollar franchises, while the Richards family gets ready to close down for the holidays and this weekend you can find out if Solomon Grundy still wants pants, too.
There's a whole lotta giant robots stomping your way, while a fan favorite gets tapped to bring the Odinson to the screen. Wrestlers, however, seem to prefer barbarians, and an "AvP" vet is acting as Clark Kent's tailor. There's ninja action, magical moments and much more in today's news summary.
Marvel's most prominent terrorist is gonna get his own big screen origin story, while the Bat invades movie theatres, and now your own screen. We check out one leggy ABC star featured on the show of more, find out why everybody's talkin' 'bout Lois Lane in Kansas' wackiest town, and figure out exactly how to believably set a man on fire.
It's a slow news day, but it has some real gems, including great looks at the Richards family and a certain orphaned billionaire, while there's already a deleted scene slipping out from yesterday's big Marvel movie.
The latest "Batman Begins" trailer, showing far more details than the first teaser trailer, has made it's way on to the Web and is now available for download. UPDATED 12/13/04 The trailer has finally landed on the official site.
Lana Lang is both lovely and loquacious, and Sam Raimi cracks under the third degree. We've got demon-laced trailers, ninja-soaked photos and a Bat sighting in the company of vampires in today's action-packed news summary (now with Kirby Crackle [TM]).
Dave McKean's like a proud papa as far as his Neil Gaiman collaborations go, while there's tons of new stuff to gawk at from the Jim Carrey-free sequel. Mickey Rourke gets anti-social while Jennifer Garner gets a set of serenades, plus more in today's news summary.
One rumor about the Golden Avenger goes "pop," as Joe Casey heads for the big screen, Morgan Freeman makes the Bat possible, more blood-sucking good times are available from New Line Cinema, there's a new city in Australia, mutants and men talk about returning to Westchester and much more in today's news summary.
Take a good, long look at the Bat, while Wesley Snipes creeps out his co-stars, Marv gets articulated, a pop star might be playing a billionaire, Jamie Kennedy tames down his shtick, Sigourney Weaver thinks she can still kick extraterrestrial butt, Tim Story gets some mountain air, plus a bunch of Kryptonian tidbits in a big news day.
"Harry Potter's" director is headed under the sea, while the far reaches of space may be the right place to get an emerald-clad lead. Plus, we've got Elektra-fying links galore and tons of news and spoilers about all things Kryptonian in the week's last news summary.
Brandon Routh may yet square off against Keyser Soze, a movie franchise can't live down its bad luck, there's a release date for music to kill by and details on secrets behind the Bat. All that and more on the next episode of "Soap" ... er, in today's news summary.
Somebody prefers Naboo to Metropolis, while a certain blogger's obsession can't say enough good about Robert Rodriguez. We've got clips and denials, photos and screen captures, and even games for you to play in an extra-whimsical edition of the Comic Reel.
A Tinseltown legend takes on the tale of Tony Stark, while a giant robot fan follows the trends. We've got web-spinning news, high tech hijinks, a digitized Gotham City, and Marvel movie madness in today's news summary.