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New Line Home Entertainment has provided CBR News with a first look at the signature series cover art to "Blade: Nightstalking," the exclusive comic that will ship with the "Blade: Trinity" DVD later this month.
Peter Parker's next nemesis is revealed as a reclusive Texan and there's a new editor at the Daily Planet. Half of the WB hit series heads for France and Marvel's monster rears his slimy head. All that, and Ryan Reynolds continues his quest to be rumored to play every super hero in the entire freaking world.
A big honkin' load of news and rumors, with Joss Whedon talking about how he got on to Paradise Island, two directors battling to climb into Optimus Prime, brief looks at a real "swinging" billionaire, cutting a check for Phil Hester and Andy Kuhn, Perry White in the "House," "Watchmen" leaving the UK, and maybe even some notes on a very small art film you might not have heard of called "Sin City."
No, none of the news items are fake, but today's "experimental" look at lies, legends and links is not your every day Comic Reel. What if a reader just like you bumped shoulders with a Hollywood bigwig who might be more than he seems? We theorize it would look something like this ...
Check in on the Kent's Australian farm and take another dive into the sewers, following the smell of pizza. We've got an inside look at a lot of Alan Moore properties, a teen and a dog from Krypton and the mean streets of Gotham City all in the week's penultimate look at links, lies and legends.
There's a new crime fighter in Gotham City ... and ain't she adorable? Meanwhile, if you're not talking about Frank Miller, you might be the only one, as his story makes a big splash and makes ripples to reveal Keystone's speedster, Todd McFarlane's anti-hero, and Bruce Wayne, plus a look at Marvel's "Man-Thing."
Film critic Elvis Mitchell hosted Frank Miller Wednesday afternoon on "The Treatment" to talk about "Sin City" as well as some of his other comics work. Frank talks candidly about the film making process and on working with the actors of the film.
First movie theatre owners saw it, then fans in Long Beach, and now you can see fresh FF footage! Plus, checking out the newest looks at Gotham City, a spoiler/rumor about Peter Parker's nemesis, details about Paul Greengrass' road ahead and more in today's news summary.
Two lovely ladies leap from Frank Miller's imagination and into the Comic Reel, while we check in with Clark Kent's teenaged home, dissect rumors straight outta Westchester, listen raptly to the newest Bruce Wayne, reveal the hidden Affleck and check in with Bryan Singer, starting the week off right.
It's a slow fade to the weekend with a release date for the gang from Cybertron, new secrets from Kansas' strangest town, idle chatter about Marvel's merry mutants and a rating for Bruce Wayne in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
CBR News takes a look at the upcoming movie "Sin City," based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller. Was the film succesful? Did it ever falter? Look inside to find out.
Director Paul Greengrass gives his final word on adapting Alan Moore's superhero masterpiece, while Doctor Doom gives an interview, Lex Luthor's email gets hacked again, Ron Perlman is ready to suit up, we ride with Marv, Bruce Wayne and Johnny Blaze plus more rumors and recitations in the week's penultimate summary.
Everybody gets into the act on Frank Miller's noir masterpiece, while fishnet pantyhose come back into style, rumors get argued in Westchester, Todd talks television, Joss talks "Wonder Woman," Kristin Kreuk gets it and much more in today's summary of news and rumors.
This past weekend the press was brought out to talk with the stars of the upcoming film "Sin City." CBR News was on hand and got to chat with Director Robert Rodriguez and actors Rosario Dawson, Jessica Alba, Brittany Murphy and Clive Owen.
A huge news day with a nemesis for Peter Parker, a long talk about the Minutemen's legacy, a director heading to Westchester, a check for Brian Vaughan, spoilers from Sue Storm, inside info from "Sin City" and even more in today's look at links and legends.
No! Sleep! 'Til Long Beach! Spinning out of the weekend's Wizard World coverage, we're taking the panties off of Diana, feeling kind of sci-fi with Marvel, Smacking you around with Robert Rodriguez, bringing back Selma Blair and so much more in a huge summary to start your week.
Marvel Studios executive Avi Arad and actor Chris Evans took the stage to fend off questions about the Corman version, family ties, special effects, playing with yourself and a host of other Marvel properties like "Captain America," "Killraven," "Thor," "Spider-Man 3," "X-Men 3" and more.
To close out the week's summaries, we've got the freshest look at the Bat, more talk about Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez, possible feline fury for Peter Parker, clearing up Lex Luthor's latest hire, signing Warren Worthington back into Xavier's and invading the airwaves with G.I. Joe.
Themyscria's Finest finally nabs her man, while some new faces get ready to suit up in Westchester, rumors abound about jobs with Lex Luthor, more photos show up from Australia and we breeze through Gotham City for the week's penultimate look at links and legends. Updated
Warner Bros. Pictures has provided CBR News with an exclusive first-look at the one-sheet poster for the upcoming film "Batman Begins" starring Christian Bale.
The word is in from Krypton, er, Australia, and it includes spoilers aplenty and Hollywood excitement down under. Plus we learn more about Nic Cage's motorcycle mayhem, take a closer look at Jessica Alba's abs and find out whether or not Paul Greengrass can handle the pressure of "the 'Citizen Kane' of comic books."
There's a lotta estrogen in here today, as Jessica Alba does a strip tease, two writers trade Sydney Bristow for Optimus Prime, the creator of "The 10th Muse" makes big trans-Atlantic moves, Joel Silver hints at news for Themyscria's Finest, plus Michael Chiklis gets sweaty and more.
Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? It's the sound of a veritable deluge of data from down under about Nicolas Cage and one wicked motorcycle. Also, Bryan Singer speaks, Marvel's mutants get a director, answers from Clark Kent's overseers, a poster for the FF, early thoughts on "Mirrormask" and more to start your week right.
Take closer look at Marvel's first family and find out why you don't break a girl's heart when she's an extrahuman. We've got crew news from Gotham, spy news from Australia, animated news from Cartoon Network and more in the week's last summary.
The day's news and rumors are dominated by the red and blue clad Last Son of Krypton, from his worst enemy's emails to his dog's misadventures. We've got games with Marv and Hartigan, getting inside Dr. Doom's head and more in the week's penultimate summary.
We show you why Bryan Singer's a man who can surely spell "continuity," and Marvel joins the Sci Fi Network in whipping something out. Enjoy a travelogue through three fun cities -- Gotham, Sin and enough of Manhattan to get to the Baxter Building -- in today's summary of news and rumors.
Julian McMahon assures you that the Doctor is in, while we get one trip to Frank Miller's dysfunctional metropolis and two trips to Gotham City. All that plus more set reports from Melbourne, the latest from "Smallville," mutants in Austin and more.
It's not blowing up the houses of Parliament, but Alan Moore's anarchist terrorist makes a stand in cyberspace while Reed Richards heads back to Vancouver, Bryan Singer talks about how he moved to Metropolis, Halle's talking about getting a wig again and much more in a great jump off for the week.
The faces of Sin City are all on parade, plus Johnny Blaze news keeps getting smuggled out of Australia like koalas packed with coke. We take a closer look at the newest version of Gotham City, and tell Peter Parker to not go too far in the week's last look at links and legends.
A day of discovery, as we find out who'll be trading blows with Ol' Web-head, who will receive the Power of Shazam, how well the Richards family fights together and where you can find a super-powered dog, plus more in the week's penultimate news and rumor summary.
Robert Kirkman's four color fantasies are headed for the silver screen, while the words and music of Metropolis are here for your pleasure. We've got rolling thunder down under, going Dutch between Gotham City and Sin City, a toy store full of sneak peeks and more in today's summary.
Things are going bump -- and boom -- in the Australian night as motorcycles roar by, while John Connor gets his goth on, Stan the Man makes another run for the silver screen and dueling websites once again trade broadsides about their fandom for the WB's feel-good Kansas story.
Closing out the year's shortest month with a jam packed news summary looking at new workmen in the Baxter Building, celebrity chatter in Metropolis, Dr. Banner not being in, a possible Silk Spectre, the Justice League on a new frontier and more.
Take a closer look inside the mind of Frank Miller, while Marvel's conflicted killing machine edges ever closer to the silver screen. We've got snapshots from Kansas and cries for help from Latveria, all in the week's last news summary.
The feuding websites are back at it again, going tit-for-tat on info about Clark Kent's hometown, while all of Australia is chattering about a motorcyclist with a flaming head and some unknown actor in a cape and blue tights ...
Christian Bale gets under the cowl of Gotham's richest lunatic, while Lion-O gets ready to break into your house. We've got rumors straight outta Paradise Island and news from all over about Kansas' strangest town.
You're danged right we're talking sequel already, plus we're checking in on Johnny Blaze and Clark Kent in Australia and getting musical at the Baxter Building and the Xavier campus in today's news summary.
Inhale imagination and breathe Wonder ... Con that is, as we round up all the news that's fit to report from the festivities in San Francisco this weekend. Plus: Jeph Loeb for all seasons, more than meets the eye with the Hasbro giant robots, Reed and the gang headed back to Canada and much more.
Julian McMahon, the actor bringing Victor Von Doom to life in the upcoming "Fantastic Four" film, spoke about the role and it's challenges with fans at WonderCon in San Francisco Saturday afternoon.
Warner Brothers surprised fans at WonderCon on Saturday by bringing "Batman Begins" star Christian Bale for a Q&A session, plus six minutes of footage was shown to the assembled masses. We've got a full report from the convention.