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One of the most popular and respected artists in the comic book industry, John Romita, Jr. talks to CBR TV about “Kick-Ass,” the new film based on the book by Romita & Mark Millar. Romita also announces a new project with Howard Chaykin!
"Superman" must take flight, but cannot begin? "Wolverine" sequel writer announced! "Criminal Macabre" finds a home at Universal. All this, plus "Smallville" details, "Dead Space," and more.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter of "The Usual Suspects," Christopher McQuarrie has signed on to write the sequel to "X-Men Origins Wolverine," which he will base on Chris Claremont & Frank Miller's work.
CBR brings you a roundtable interview session with two of the men behind “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood,” director Euros Lyn and writer-producer Russell T. Davies.
Cameron Diaz opens up about "Green Hornet." "Priest" gets a priestess. "Sub-Mariner" still not on dry land. All this, plus Guy Ritchie talks about "Sgt. Rock" and trouble for the Spider-man musical.
Scarlett Johansson made her first appearance at Comic-Con to talk about the highly anticipated “Iron Man 2,” her role as the Black Widow, working with Marvel Studios and other Marvel characters that she considered playing.
Hugh Jackman spills on "Wolverine" sequel! "Wonder Woman" screenwriter speaks! Also, new "Whiteout" pics, "Super Max" news, and more.
AMC television and Frank Darabont ("The Green Mile") join forces to hopefully bring Robert Kirkman's zombie comic "The Walking Dead" to the small screen.
"Wolverine" makes the move to Japan! "Jonah Hex" henchman speaks! "Kick-Ass" soon to find a distributor! All this plus "Heroes," a word with War Machine, "Cowboys ad Aliens," and early "Joe" 2 buzz.
Kato arrives to "The Green Hornet" and brings a frakkin' friend. James Kyson Lee of "Heroes" talks all things Ando and Major Zod knows he wants people to kneel.
Superstar Scottish scribe Mark Millar goes behind the scenes of his new film adaptation and enlists the fans to help determine the future of 'Kick-Ass' at his panel during Chicago Comic-Con.
The first "G.I. Joe" film offers plenty of action, fun characters, and a balance few summer movies strike. With nods to the nods to the fans and plenty of explosions, the film offers a solid action romp.
Byung-hun Lee, who plays the beloved Cobra ninja Storm Shadow in “G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra,” discusses the new film, his character, pleasing the fans and working with Ray Park.
New "Heroes" villain Robert Knepper talks up the show. Meanwhile, the "G.I. Joe" press machine rolls into release day and the kids of "Kick-Ass" speak out. All this, plus "the Losers" begin and more.
"G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" actors, producers and writer talk Joe. Possible "Superman" director confirms and denies nothing. "Iron Man 2" director "stoked" about editing. All this, plus robots!
"Astro Boy" and "Sorority Row" were just some of the offerings from Summit Entertainment but it was the cast of Twilight that fans camped outside for over a day to see.
The first location photos of "The Losers" emerge! "G.I. Joe" enters the home stretch with talk of sequel! Cast and director of "Kick-Ass" speak out! All this plus "Astro Boy" interviewed and more.
It’s "The Cleveland Show!" Spun from the depths of "Family Guy," it’s already got a second season approved before the first has seen the light of day. But we’ve got the scoop on exclusive Comic-Con previews.
Comic-Con's "Family Guy" panel brought news of abortion episode too hot for TV, voice actors who really love each other, and a sneak peak and the upcoming "Empire Strikes Back" parody episode: “Something, Something Dark Side.”
CBR brings you a report from a rare live performance by composer Bear McCreary and the Battlestar Galactica Orchestra of the music of the beloved SyFy series, which also included a tribute to Michael Jackson.
At Comic-Con, "Robot Chicken" creators including Seth Green and Breckin Mayer teased the show's upcoming season along with a sneak peek at this fall's robot parody "Titan Maximum."
From surprise guests to exclusive previews, the "Battlestar Galactica" crew delivered at Comic-Con with "Caprica" and "The Plan." CBR was there to hear what Ronald D. Moore and Edward James Olmos had to say.
Demons, swords, and a whole lotta blood make their way to the big screen thanks to this adaptation of Robert E. Howard’s character. CBR was at Comic-Con to hear what the filmmakers had to say about the prioject.
Don Cheadle and Sam Rockwell talk up "Iron Man 2." "G.I Joe" fires more salvos of press. The Wonder Twins to arrive in "Smallville?" All this plus news on "Fear Agent," "Brave and the Bold" and more.
David Goyer, Brannon Braga, Marc Guggenheim and the cast of the television show “FlashForward” sat down at Comic-Con to share a sneak peak of the new sci-fi show, which premiers on ABC in September.
The talent behind Marvel and Disney XD's hit animated series met with fans at Comic-Con to talk characters, action, and how viewers can help get "The Spectacular Spider-Man" renewed for a third season.
BBC America hosted an extended panel at Comic-Con International, bringing one of its newest shows, “Being Human,” and it’s biggest hit, “Torchwood” to the stage for a panel of news and laughs.
David Tennant and Russel T. Davies met with a legion of "Doctor Who" fans at Comic-Con International to discuss what the "Guinness Book of World Records" has declared to be the world's most successful sci-fi series.
The G.I. Joe press machine in high gear with director Stephen Sommers speaking out! Meanwhile, "Astro Boy" director gets a positive reaction at Comic-Con and another seeks to bring light to man's world.
With the voice-over acting crew conspicuously missing due to contract negotiations with FOX, the writing crew of "Futurama" held down the fort at Comic-Con with spoilers and speculation.
The Simpsons are back for a 21th season, and this year's Comic-Con panel reveals spoilers, celebrity guest voices, and a surprise even the panel members didn’t expect! CBR was there to get the details.
Neil Gaiman and the creative minds behind “Coraline” convened at Comic-Con International to share secrets from the animation’s production and preview special features from the Blu-Ray edition, and CBR was there.
Producer Tim Burton and director Shane Acker presented their animated vision of the future involving dolls and machinery to Comic-Con crowds. Is the world ready for stitch-punk? CBR was there to get all the goods on "9."
The Emmy winning team returns with Season eight of Keifer Sutherland's action hit "24," and appearance two at Comic-Con, complete with returning stars and newly added cast members Katee Sackhoff and Anil Kapoor.
The newly branded SyFy channel introduces the continuation of the fifteen-season-long string of Stargate shows with their newest and most morally ambiguous creation, "Stargate Universe."
Len Wein and the cast and crew of the upcoming FOX drama, “Human Target,” answered questions from a receptive audience at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR was there to get all the details.
Is the Hulk assembling for "Avengers?" Is "Superman" beginning again? Meanwhile, "Night Mary" finds a new home, Stark Industries is hiring, "Alien" begins, "G.I. Joe" gets interviewed and more.
Bruce Timm and the casts and crews of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" previewed the upcoming films, took questions from fans and teased a new short film line at Comic-Con.
Warner Bros. gave a presentation to Comic-Con attendees that included "Where The Wild Things Are," Denzel Washington & Gary Oldman's "The Book of Eli," Jackie Earle Haley's "Nightmare on Elm Steet" and Robert Downey, Jr.'s "Sherlock Holmes."
Ryuhei Kitamura and Holly Brix, the freshly announced director and screenwriter of "Magdalena," give CBR News the basics on their involvement with Top Cow’s newest feature film.