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Warner Bros. has tapped the director of "Watchmen" to helm its reboot of the Man of Steel's screen exploits from a David Goyer script featuring General Zod as Christopher Nolan watches on.
Emma Frost to appear in her traditional costume? "R.I.P.D." to be PG-13? "Wolverine 2" to shoot next spring? Also, your new Mary Jane (maybe), "Wonder Woman" returns to TV and more.
Reports are hitting that "Easy A" actress Emma Stone will soon be offered the role of Mary Jane in Sony's "Spider-Man" reboot, leaving the role of Gwen Stacey and the mystery villain next to be cast.
As studies show that REM's "Everybody Hurts" is the song most likely to make men cry, SPINOFF takes a moment to celebrate the need for movies that make us all tear up.
Now that all of the "Star Wars" movies - and "Titanic" - are headed back to theaters as 3D extravaganzas, SPINOFF asks what other sci-fi classics should get the same treatment?
"Wonder Woman" is set to return to television with "Ally McBeal" producer David E. Kelley developing the series. The Amazon last appeared on network television from 1975 to 1979 with Lynda Carter in the role.
Actress Keri Lynn Pratt becomes the latest DC Universe character to migrate to the small screen's version of Superman as a feisty foil for Clark Kent on the run from the assassin Deadshot in tonight's "Smallville."
"Ghost Rider 2" finds its Devil! Guillermo del Toro will talk about "Hellboy" ... if you can find him. Emma Thompson to be part of "Men in Black 3." Also, "First Class" to recreate a scene and more.
Brian K. Vaughan returns to TV as his hour-long sci-fi drama "Smokers" has been picked up for development for Fox by Sam Raimi's Stars Road Entertainment production company. SPINOFF has details.
Is Robert Zemeckis another "Superman" hopeful? Top secret photos from the set of "First Class!" Mark Millar talks big budget "Nemesis." Also, Christopher Nolan clarifies "Batman 3" and more.
Christopher Nolan has confirmed that he is on board to direct the next installment of the Batman series, a franchise he resurrected with "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight." SPINOFF has details.
The CW has released photos from the Friday, October 8 airing episode of "Smallville." The episode, simply titled "Supergirl," features the return of Laura Vandervoort in the role of the Maid of Steel.
Joss Whedon on the "integrity of the characters." The children of "Green Lantern" roles revealed. Work on "Conan 2" already under way! Also, Hydra Subs spotted in Liverpool and more.
The director of the latest Warner Bros. animated direct-to-DVD movie spoke with CBR News about bringing the popular story arc to video and how important it was to stay true to the source material.
"Rome" and "Torchwood" actress Indira Varma spoke about joining the cast of Fox's "Human Target" for its second season as Ilsa Pucci, a widowed billionairess who invests in Christopher Chance's security operation.
Darren Aronofsky to take the reigns of "Superman?" James McAvoy on the love between Xavier and Magneto. Ryan Reynolds praises "Secret Origins." Also, "Batman 3" in 3D and more.
"Green Lantern" screenwriter talks mythology and "The Flash." Mark Ruffalo to completely Hulk Out in "The Avengers." Another possible "Wolverine 2" director evades the question and more.
With the arrival of "Iron Man 2" on DVD, CBR News observed a real life exoskeleton at the Raytheon Sarcos facility. Like Tony Stark's armor, the suit will increase the operator's strength, endurance and agility.
Does the rumored shortlist of directors for DC and Warner Bros. planned Superman movie franchise reboot offer any hints as to what fans can expect? SPINOFF looks for clues.
"Supernatural" star Misha Collins spoke with CBR TV about his use of Twitter to interact with fans, his role as Castiel on the hit horror series, the character's growth over the course of the series and much more.
The first in-character photos of the actor set to be Captain America hit the web as Chris Evans dons his best Depression-era duds for a flat-footed chase scene in Manchester, England.
Graeme McMillan reviewed tonight's tenth season premiere of "Smallville" and liked what he saw, calling it "the best 'Smallville' since Geoff Johns' 'Absolute Justice' and the freshest the show has felt in years."
Actor Kate Beckinsale has officially been confirmed as returning to the popular vampire versus werewolf franchise she helped launch with the fourth "Underworld" film. SPINOFF has the details.
Christopher Nolan hunting for "Superman" director! Emma Stone is in the "Spider-Man" reboot? Chloe Moretz to be "Emily the Strange." Also, Ryan Reynolds on "Green Lantern" sequels and more.
Courtesy of MTV, CBR presents an exclusive comic book prequel to the winner of the cable network's "Demand It" campaign, horror movie "Savage County" which will make it's debut on MTV2 on October 7.
Marvel has an idea for "Black Widow" movie! Ryan Reynolds compares "Green Lantern" to Han Solo! Mark Millar is okay with never becoming "Wanted 2." Also, "Captain America" video and more.
Cartoon Network has released a clip from "Batman: The Brave and the Bold's" conclusion to "The Siege of Starro," along with screenshots from the show. The episode airs September 24 at 7:30 PM.
James McAvoy on playing Professor X. A new "Red" clip shows no respect. Mark Millar responds to Aaron Johnson's "Kick-Ass" comments. Also, great "Captain America" set photos and more.
Aaron Johnson says not so fast to "Kick-Ass 2." Universal looking to report "TimeCop." Zack Snyder says "Xerxes" will be in 3D and offers plot details. Also, "Scott Pilgrim" DVD/BD specs and more.
A familiar face to fans of "Heroes," Masi Oka joins the cast of CBS' "Hawaii Five-O" and we spoke with the actor about playing Max Bergman, quite possibly television’s first-ever Japanese-Hawaiian Jew.
SPINOFF spoke with stars Laura Innes, Ian Anthony Dale and Scott Patterson about their roles on NBC's new sci-fi/conspiracy thriller series "The Event," debuting tonight.
"Ghost Rider" to set theaters ablaze in 2012! "Dredd" to keep his helmet on! Also, Blake Lively talks "Green Lantern," a "Thor" stuntman speaks, del Toro turns down "Superman" and more.
Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman arrive on Apokalips in this new clip from Warner Bros and DC Entertainment's "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse," arriving September 28, 2010.
We all know you have an opinion, and SPINOFF wants to hear it. Is Iron Man better than The Dark Knight? Does anything live up to Superman The Movie? Let your voice be heard!
With Warner Bros reportedly days away from publicly releasing new plans for DC Comics, SPINOFF wonders whether the announcements will be too little, too late.
Producers James Tucker & Michael Jelenic discuss working on "Batman: The Brave and The Bold," using obscure DC Comics characters, the series' impending end and the latest story, "The Siege of Starro."
John Hamm denies "Superman!" Joss Whedon briefly talks "Avengers" script. "Voltron" concept art sets the Internet ablaze. Also, DC Entertainment's film slate to be announced shortly and more.
Described by the prolific writer as "X-Men" meets "Trainspotting," Mark Millar's first foray into filmmaking will be titled "Miracle Park" and feature superheroics based in his home of Scotland. SPINOFF has the details.
Jeremy Renner on Hawkeye's costume. Mark Millar reveals his directorial debut and talks up a "Superior" film. Also, Andrew Garfield on "Spider-Man," new "Priest" posters hit the web, and more.
Warner Home Video and DC Entertainment have released a new film clip and screenshots from the September 28 releasing "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" direct to DVD animated feature.