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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.
It's a big, bloated post-holiday news summary, with dangling fire trucks in Vancouver, dueling Lois Lanes, a befuddled Jamie Kennedy, a thoughtful Christian Bale, a chatty David Goyer, and a long look ahead at "Smallville," plus much more.
An elite few got to look at Keanu smoking and cracking wise, while more footage from Wesley Snipes' newest flick creep out on to the web. We've got giant robot news, scrapes with stardom and more in the last news summary of the week.
They're all a-flutter down under for a pyrotechnic motorcyclist, while a screenwriter has energon dreams. Bruce Wayne's got a new website and Wesley Snipes visits message boards, Lionel Luthor waxes nostalgic and Dr. Doom gets some limelight.
There's talk about what a "Wolverine" spinoff movie would look like, plus the "why" behind Brandon Routh's casting, a first look at the good doctor from Latveria, stunning actress Kristin Kreuk speaks out and somebody's seen "Blade: Trinity," and they're talking ...
There's a new director taking on the comics world's finest superhero work, plus we've got spoilers for a certain red-clad ninja, reviews of Keanu getting grim, word on a look at Latveria's monarch, spoilers from Kansas' weirdest town and wrestler chatter in the week's final news summary.
Is Alan Moore's British revolutionary anarchist getting the Neo treatment? Plus more spies infiltrate the porous Vancouver set of "FF," it's trailer time in Kansas, Ryan Reynolds cues Wesley Snipes, Keanu pops up his head, Warren Ellis makes it to TV and Man-Thing just ... won't ... die!
A certain Hollywood scion is gonna give it up to Marvel after all, while Warner wants Keyser Soze to be Lex Luthor. We look at the Daily Planet and a Richards' family outing in a faux New York, find out when the Bat spreads his cape, listen to Hellboy's director and stay up late with Jane Seymour.
The emerald light of Oa just won't stop shining on rumors, while Rosario Dawson likes getting kinky. Meanwhile, Dr. Quinn talks about Kansas' weirdest town amidst a flurry of news in today's summary.
Imajination Studios is bringing Blade to screen sooner than expected, while Wesley Snipes speaks, the Kent farm takes shape, new Jennifer Garner posters get leaked, and even more fun comes from Kansas' weirdest town, all in today's news summary.
CBR News sat down with "Blade: Trinity" writer/director David Goyer to learn more about the upcoming film, the latest on "Batman Begins" and what the future holds for Goyer in both film and comics.
Platinum & Gold Circle Films $200 million dollar, 10 film deal to bring comics to the big screen means ripe opportunities for comics creators. Platinum Chairman Scott Rosenberg spoke with CBR News to discuss exactly what kind of properties they're actively looking for.
The patriarch of the Bluth clan is anxious to get back into the world of the weird and wild, while everybody's got something new about Marvel's favorite femme fatale ninja, plus more looks at Wesley Snipes' next action flick in the last Comic Reel summary of the week.
Bryan Singer's open for business down under, while everybody's talkin' bout Doctor Doom, the good and the bad of Keanu's latest, we've got red silk goodness from Jennifer Garner, more looks at Kansas' strangest town, and some toothy news about Wesley Snipes' next project.
Warren Ellis broadcasts to the faithful in the wee hours of the night, and the Comic Reel is there. Also, Jennifer Garner's headed back to TV sooner than you think, David Goyer's staying busy, Peter David has the scoop, Ryan Reynolds is feeling fast, and "Ghost Rider" may have to pump the brakes.
David Goyer was all brands of chatty about the pending first cut of Christopher Nolan's vision of Gotham City, while Ryan Reynolds teases about picking up the sword, Jamie Kennedy is ready to invade your desktops and somewhere, in the misty distance, the rumble of a Thunder God can be heard ...
Rosario Dawson is just one of the new sights we have to share with you today, while Typhoid Mary talks about making out with Jennifer Garner, Bruce has got a gun, the battling "Smallville" sites once again trade broadside salvos, Jessica Biel brags and Top Cow goes international in this summary of today's happenings.
Somebody's gonna get to see the Wesley Snipes-fueled vampire sequel almost a month early, rumors have been confirmed about the WB passing on Warren Ellis' world-saving visions, tons of news on Marvel's favorite red-clad ninja and much more. UPDATED with a brief comment from Warren Ellis himself!
It seems like Alan Moore's masterpiece once again lacks direction, while we've got more bad guys than you can shake a katana at, tidbits about the hit WB series and a rumor on which actor will be looking for Kal-El to kneel before Zod ...
More details trickle in on who will join Tony Stark on the silver screen, a battalion of babes are visible in upcoming WB episodes, there's visual trickery and set shots from Vancouver as well as choosing the man who will bring Autobots and Decepticons to life.
Hollywood producer Michael Uslan sat down with CBR News to discuss the upcoming "The Spirit" film. Uslan talks about plans for the film, which characters may make it into the production and what sort of involvement creator Will Eisner will have with the film's production.
Could Warren Ellis' mad visions be stopped before they ever hit the silver screen? We try to find out, while Zack Snyder talks about the less-publicized Frank Miller adaptation, Keanu is back in front of the camera, Tony Stark gets a little Oedipal and and Dr. Doom sends out the mail ...
Liam Neeson snipes at "Spider-Man" while fansites work hard to dodge Fox's phalanxes of legal ninjas. DC's teen team open up a branch office and Clark gets half naked with every hot teen girl in town, all in today's news summary.
The people putting the "super" in Clark Kent's life have been chosen, and the French comedy-western is for real. You've got Christian Bale as a miniature, Mark Steven Johnson talking Spirit of Vengeance and Man Without Fear, and more celluloid commentary in the week's last news summary.
Could one of the President's men get sized up for a solar-powered suit of armor? While we ponder that, get a good look at the latest couture in Gotham City and for flame-headed motorcyclists, rumors about fathers from other worlds, Dr. Quinn comes to Kansas, and Rob Bowman talks about directing Jennifer Garner.
Ready for a crystal clear new look at The Thing? We got it, plus Christian Bale gets digital, Daisy Duke and a vampire hunter heading to Texas (one historical, one present-day) and there's all kinds of crazy stuff going on in Kansas, all in today's news summary.
Event Comics fans will rejoice as their redheaded heroine gets her adaption on, while we find out where Ghost Rider will be licensed to drive, get details on robots in disguise, plus find out data on "Alien vs. Predator 2," "Superman," "Fantastic Four" and even "Krypto" in today's summary.
Joss Whedon finally answers the "will he or won't he" question about moving to Westchester, while Thomas Jane discusses opening shots for a sequel, there's more news from the Kansas' weirdest town, a cold front is headed into Gotham City, Jennifer Garner gets almost makes out with a girl and more in today's news summary.
Closing out the week with a Marvel-heavy set of tidbits, irrefutable proof that a man can fly (with a large studio behind him), the "reel" deal from Joss Whedon, motion on the story of Tony Stark and why we may never see Earth's Mightiest Heroes on the silver screen.
It's four the hard way, with Sam Raimi fretting, Bryan Singer settling the score, a sextet of starlets being discussed for journalism school, more battling websites and finally, finally ... it's clobberin' time.
Just a few stories today, but they're jam packed with information, including connecting Kryptonian dots, new rumors of Keyser Soze as Lex Luthor, plot details and more. Plus, a well-known wrestler grabs a bite and battling fansites keep their feud going. Updated with an early review of "Constantine."
The cast and crew of "FF" sit down for a good long talk about almost everything. Tons of news about the cinematic adventures of the Last Son of Krypton. Plus recurring First Americans, more African-Americans running around willy-nilly on cable and more.