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Lionsgate has released a short featurette promoting "The Spirit" by Frank Miller, featuring numerous new clips from the movie, as well as Miller discussing his creative direction while writing and directing the movie.
Don't call it a comeback for a certain character on the CW series, no spies for Asgard, Soundwave might roll out, plus there's news about Betty Brant, "The Spirit," "The Green Hornet" and more.
CBR News attended Spike TV’s third annual Scream Awards at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, where comics and comic book movies reigned supreme, with "The Dark Knight" taking home 12 trophies.
Nobody was more surprised at the new Jim Rhodes than the old Jim Rhodes, work out with Seth Rogen and hit news on "Spider-Man 4," "Umbrella Academy," "The Flash" and so much more.
Sam Raimi talks about swinging back with Mary Jane, while Justin Marks may have lost his battle to resurrect Eternia at Warner Brothers in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Ed Brubaker inches closer to the silver screen, Oregon un-fans can sneak a peek at the Zack Snyder-helmed film, Richard Donner has an opinion on what direction to take a requel and more.
The director of "Superman: The Movie," Richard Donner defies the powers that be to hire "Action Comics" writer Geoff Johns to script the next Superman movie, saying it's a no-brainer.
More spoilers from the time traveling NBC series, violence and drama from France, more Kenneth Branagh rumors plus a boatload of "Avengers"-related news and more in today's news summary.
A threatre news site has reported that superlative actor-director Kenneth Branagh has pulled out of a stage production of "Hamlet" due to commitments on Marvel's "Thor."
Academy Award nominee Terrence Howard is out and Academy Award nominee Don Cheadle is in as Jim "War Machine" Rhodes in Jon Favreau and Robert Downey, Jr.'s "Iron Man 2."
Could Marvel's alternate history come to the silver screen? We wonder while talking to the makers of the popular NBC series, there's a new animated version of Ollie Queen, plus more.
“Heroes” writers/producers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite are here to discuss last week’s time-traveling episode, which garnered a huge swath of questions from you. Plus, have we learned Mr. Muggles’ secret power?
Slater talks to CBR about his new show, “My Own Worst Enemy,” in which he plays two characters that share the same body. and reveals what the series has in common with his classic film, "Pump Up The Volume."
Don't call it a comeback for Clark's clean-pated nemesis, Daphne speaks her mind and Lexi Alexander's talking up Frank Castle in today's look at links, legends and lies.
We want to know which comic book film released this summer you think was the best -- The Dark Knight, Hellboy 2, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man or Wanted. Vote now in the CBR Poll!
More advance looks at Kansas' strangest town, Brandon Routh trying to call it a comeback, Gambit speaks plus "Avengers," "Jonah Hex" and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
A cool new Punisher poster, the possible face of Hal Jordan, another Lantern looking for a trench coat, taking another look at "Heroes," plus "Jonah Hex," "Astro Boy" and more.
Ryan Reynolds is loading up his guns, David Goyer's all about debunking, we go to galaxies far in times distant, plus bringing news of "Tutenstein," "Ramayan 3392 AD," "Smallville" and more.
Supervising Director David Filoni talks about the new animated series, new characters, the Star Wars mythos, the future of the franchise, and what it’s like to be mentored by his childhood hero, George Lucas.
Steve Rogers gets a spot in the sun, more secrets are revealed about the eclipse and you can get inside Mark Millar's ideas today, plus "Coraline" and more in an all-new look at links, legends and lies.
This week, Joe Pokaski & Aron Coleite answer your questions about the three "Heroes: Villains" episodes you’ve seen thus far, plus some teasers of what’s to come in episodes twelve and thirteen and more.
A return for Lex Luthor, Goku sneaking out on to the web, more blind justice in Hell's Kitchen plus "Watchmen," "Coraline" and more in today's anniversary edition.
CBR's Jeffrey Renaud visited the set of Matthew Vaughn's film adaptation of Mark Millar & John Romita, Jr.'s ICON miniseries "Kick-Ass," and turned in this brief update in advance of the forthcoming full, in-depth report.
Stepping back into ancient Greece, Frank Castle goes the hard way, Peter Petrelli takes us on a tour, plus "Smallville, "Green Hornet" and more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
In the final part of CBR's on-set interview with "Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia, the actor talks about the new season of the hit show, Peter Petrelli's story, and what it’s like to act opposite oneself.
There's a Captain America feature film coming your way in 2011 -- which actor do you think should play the most patriotic of Avengers? We've got a list of 10 actors for you to choose from.
Jon Favreau's got a lot to say, as does the Comedian, plus the nascent Nightwing heads for your living room, and the LeBeouf plays hurt in today's look at links, legends and lies.
CBR News attended a screening of several minutes of "Watchmen." The event included a Q&A with director Zack Snyder, production designer Alex McDowell and costume designer Michael Wilkinson. Check out this full report.
The producers of "Smallville" want to bring "D,J." Grayson to your television with "The Graysons," an "original take" on the character and his life before meeting Batman and becoming the boy wonder called Robin.
Five days before the big anniversary change, the gang's all here for Sam Raimi, Christopher Nolan heads back to work, discovering the Black Freighter's direction plus "Heroes" and more.
“Heroes” writers/producers Joe Pokaski & Aron Coleite return to CBR for the new season of our weekly Q&A series, BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, where the guys answer your questions about last week's season premier of "Heroes."
More inside news from the hit NBC series, an inside glimpse at the making of Dr. Manhattan, a spring start for the Emerald Sentinel plus "Chuck" calls it a comeback, Marvel makes moves and more.
“Heroes” star Masi Oka talks to CBR News about the new season of the hit NBC show, “Volume Three: Villains,” his time-traveling character, his new nemesis, and how to deal with your best friend killing you.
The stars of NBC’s comedy/spy series “Chuck,” Zachary Levi and Josh Gomez talk about the new season, Wildstorm’s comic book based on the series, their love for comics, and working with Adam Baldwin.
Is this guy really getting married? Â Plus Don Blake may have found direction, another truck full of money backs up to Mark Millar's front door, plus "The Lone Ranger" and more.
The classical Shakespearean actor has been sitting down with the House of Ideas, discussing bringing direction to Asgard, and CBR News has the inside scoop on exactly what's what.
Mark Millar and Tony Harris' creator-owned Image Comics miniseries "War Heroes" has been optioned for motion picture development by producer Steve DeLuca, who oversaw films including "21" and "Seven."
Taking a look at Robert Rodriguez' script, finding a friend for the masked man on Jump Street, McLovin's sweet new ride and an appearance by Maxima and the wisdom of DJ Caruso.
A chosen few get a look inside Zack Snyder's vision, plus Kid Flash and Cyborg get the cold shoulder, Megan Fox is all ready to get wet plus more in today's news summary.
NBC has provided CBR News with four video clips from next Monday's episode of "Heroes" titled "One of Us, One of Them." Get an advance look at what happens with H.R.G, Clair, Nathan and more!