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Ben Affleck makes another superhero gaffe? Kevin Smith, getting cold feet? Meanwhile, Warren Ellis continues his Canadian rampage, Clark Kent plays football, screen tests continue for Singer, TV brothers reunite and Chris Nolan's Chicago adventure ends with a bang this weekend.
Naked co-stars for the WB hit, Kevin Smith's decisions about fight scenes, some last looks at the Bat out of Chi-Town and director Paul Anderson feels he has some 'splanin' to do ...
Psychic cops busting down doors on TV? Plus, "Smallville" gets naked and cleans up, it's not easy to find a Superman, giant robots seek direction, and some Bat news comes in from England for a change
Ellis is on the loose in Vancouver and Kristin Kreuk is back on the WB. There's a new look for a studio in Australia, new word and images from Chicago, and Paul Dini talks about more stuff than you can shake a green light at.
Presented today to a small group of fans and professionals, Warner Brothers showed four minutes of clips from the upcoming "Batman Begins." CBR's own Augie De Blieck Jr. shares his perspective of the preview.
You can take a look at Jessica Biel laying the smack down, catch up on all kinds of rumors about the Man of Tomorrow, find out what Jet Li thinks about Kato, and of course more Bat news from Chi-town.
A slow news day finds a new animated image from Gotham City lost in a deluge of set reports and spy snapshots from Chi-town, while one of the world's sexiest men admits he's secretly ... one of us ...
The Christopher Nolan-helmed set continues to leak like a beltway insider, while the Dog of Steel gets ready to hit the small screen, somebody made a deal in San Diego, and a surprise visitor comes to Kansas.
Lotsa news today as brutal breasts hit the small screen, more Bat photos come in from Chi-town, Ron Perlman's coming to Texas, and David Goyer has a lot to say about crime-fighting billionaires.
The leaks keep on coming from the Windy City, while new rumors and photos come in about the Son of Jor-El, and the voice of Lady Death speaks, all in today's wrap up.
Jack Black isn't getting sized up for a ring, the big dance number may be delayed, David Goyer talks merc-with-a-mouth, there's tons of news about the Bat in the Windy City, including a look at the Batsignal.
The Christopher Nolan-helmed production keeps moving on under intense Chi-town scruting, while Thomas Jane goes crate diving and Bruce Timm makes a call across the Atlantic.
Dave McKean and Neil Gaiman bring their unique visions of storytelling to the feature film "MirrorMask," set for release in 2005. CBR News spoke with Executive Producer Michael Polis to learn more about the film.
Canada braces itself for the arrival of Warren Ellis, Tom Welling has some thinking to do, Ioan Gruffudd stretches out for his new role and more in today's summary.
Darkseid's coming to Kansas as military man, Jessica Biel brings down the house, we've got more shots of Batmobiles galore and there's gonna be one empty bed in Westchester come time for the next sequel ...
There's a new lord of Latveria, another actor leaves Austin, TX with smiles and stories, Bryan Singer goes shopping for actors, and would you like to see the Batmobile in action?
Mike Elizalade, the founder of special effects studio Spectral Motion, discusses the process of creating the effects seen in movies like "Hellboy" and the upcoming "Fantastic Four" and "Blade: Trinity."
It's the amazing changing Kryptonian farm boy, alongside some casting notes for the graphic novel adaptation, reports from Chicago's version of Gotham, and Sanaa in action.
There goes the neighborhood -- Aaron McGruder is coming to TV, Frank Miller gets a release date, Frank Castle ain't quite dead yet, and Jessica Alba gets some spandex.
Fox still holds out for a comeback, Neil Gaiman fights the Hollywood monster, Affleck shows up and girls get their smooch on (sometimes with each other) in today's summary.
Fanboys everywhere shudder in their Underoos as Joel Schumacher returns to comic book movies, while the Bat makes an appearance on the web and Lana Lang grows up. UPDATED: Also, a WB leak suggests shooting times and locations in Chicago.
Warner Bros. has posted the teaser trailer for "Batman Begins" online, giving fans their first look at the Summer 2005 debuting film.
Will Eisner has faith, Bat-filming updates in the Windy City, Jesus wants a cape and Daniel Clowes gets cinematic again, all in today's summary.
Despite hurting feet and freezing hotel lobby air conditioning, bringing you data on the aftermath of the wrath of 'con, including Neil Gaiman directing and Larry Young getting a TV show.
New Line Cinema provided fans with a look at and panel discussion of the upcoming film "Blade: Trinity" as well as a sneak peak at the directors cut to the upcoming "Return of the King" DVD.
The "Blade" helmer and the future Dr. Jonathan Crane sat down in front of a throng of fans to talk about the rebooting of the Bat franchise.
"Teen Titans" go for broke, "Justice League" goes for strength in numbers, and "The Batman" goes for style points. Plus: zero information about "Hellboy 2." Warning: spoilers within!
Lady Death is back in all of her incarnations, and the Comic Reel is on hand to get all the gory details.
From the Spear of Destiny to "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure," fans were treated to a spoiler-heavy look at Vertigo's magical con man movie.
In an eleventh-hour panel packed with star power, Marvel's first family gets their moment in the spotlight. Plus news on "Elektra!"
Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean made a special visit to Comic-Con International in San Diego to preview clips of their newest collaboration, "Mirrormask," a film for Jim Henson studios.
Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez led an all-star panel, showing off some of the gritty big-screen "translation" to a capacity crowd. Rodriguez also shared word on "Madman."
With a face you'll remember and a heroine who's all new, 20th Century Fox brings the fictional franchise-melding fight to life.
Thousands attended the "Smallville" panel at CCI whcih revealed new details about the fourth season of the program. The panel was attended by producers and actors from the program.
It's a good day for pale skinned macabre women, Don Murphy is the industry's biggest tease, and Warren Ellis quashes the rumors.
In today's round up, Lionel Luthor talks, you've got Marv, the Kryptonian's chronicled and that Cat may not be what you think ...
Christopher Reeve may be joining the Donner party in producing the new flick, Sam Raimi's already written the next Spider-film, and Warren Ellis gets pretty on TV.
Michael Rosenbaum wants to make out, Don Murphy is playing coy and Harry Knowles has the 411 on the first sighting of the Bat in today's wrap-up.
Mix elements of serial/action films of the early 20th century with an eye for the 21st century and you have "The Dark Agent," a new short-film by Michael Kehoe with a series of nine graphic novels to come in early 2005. The film debuts at Comic-Con International later this week.
A busy weekend with the latest news on productions for "Global Frequency," "Elektra," "Green Lantern," "Blade: Trinity," "Catwoman," "Spider-Man 3," "Superman," "Avengers," "Batman Begins," "Sin City" and "Smallville." Whew!