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When he's not making movies with Brangelina, he's busy plotting and planning his hotly rumored reboot of the Superman film franchise. Mark Millar talks to CBR about turning Hollywood into Millarworld.
New looks inside Kansas' strangest town, mulling the Merc with a Mouth, Brian Wood speaks his mind, a word from Cobra Commander, big news on the "Transformers" sequel & more.
Could the Thunder God have really, finally found direction? We wonder while sitting down with Tim Kring, poking a hole in that Penguin rumor plus "The Brave and The Bold," "TMNT" and more.
Tim Kring, the creator and executive producer of NBC's fan-favorite show, "Heroes," talks about the new season, "Volume Three: Villains," the casualties of the Writers Strike and his role in Zachary Quinto becoming Spock.
Alfred Pennyworth spills the beans, Cap may know how to rap and Sylar speaks his mind, plus chatting up Tess Mercer, direction problems for "Wolverine" and more in today's Comic Reel.
"Heroes" star Zachary Quinto talks about the new season of the hit show, "Volume Three: Villains," what fans can expect from the sinister Sylar this season, and what it's like to play Mr. Spock in the new Star Trek movie.
Tobey Maguire may be getting ready to suit up again, we look inside the troubled Warner Brothers production, Tim Kring spills the beans alongside news about "Gatchaman," "Torso" and more.
Time for new looks at the stars of the hit NBC series, a glance at Piccolo, debunking rumors on the half shell plus "Magdalena," "Torso," "Hellboy 3," and more to close down the week.
Look who's rolling into Bethlehem! The Minutemen go to court. Take a look at Oa. A comeback for Johnny Blaze? Plus, "Booster Gold" co-writer and Fox VP Jeff Katz leaves the studio.
In this first of a two-part interview, Harlan Ellison talks to CBR News about "Dreams With Sharp Teeth," the new documentary based on his life and work, as well as his forthcoming memoir, famous friends and more.
A federal judge has set January 6, 2009 as the trial date for 20th Century Fox's lawsuit over "Watchmen," which could imperil the forthcoming Warner Bros. adaptation of the graphic novel.
CBR News goes into the future with "Terminator: The Sarah Chronicles" Executive Producers James Middleton & John Wirth as we discuss season two, the death of a character and the complexity of time travel.
Avengers Assemble in the City of Angels? Jon Favreau hopes so. Plus, we look at Kansas' strangest town, spoil the season finale, blow stuff up with Michael Bay and more.
CBR contributor Remy Minnick screened "The Second Coming," the premiere episode of the new season of "Heroes," and turns in this advance review that touches on all the major storylines and questions.
Who stops the Watchmen? American jurisprudence, apparently. Meanwhile, Norrin Radd can't find direction at Fox, another look at the future plus news on "Jonah Hex" and more.
"The Dark Knight" crossed the 500 million mark this weekend, putting the beloved Batman picture less than 100 million away from all-time record holder "Titanic," while moving up a spot in the week's Top 10.
Executive Producer Josh Friedman talks "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," Shirley Manson, the new Terminator movies, and Fox's reputation with genre fans.
Heading back to Kansas' strangest town for the fall, fast spoilers for the hit NBC series and the Defender of the Universe (or at least Earth) finding direction, plus "Spider-Man 4," "Hellboy 3" and more.
CBR visited the set of NBC's "Heroes" and spoke to actress Brea Grant about her new character, the villainous speedster Daphne, as well as her role in "Volume Three: Villains," and the return of a big baddie.
Wherefore art thou, Lana Lang? We wonder while getting a tiny update on Scott Lang (no relation), checking Steven Spielberg's calendar, plus news on "Mastermind," "Transformers 2," "Kick-Ass" and more.
Garbage singer Shirley Manson and Terminator Summer Glau sit down with CBR News to talk about Cameron’s origins and how a rocker girl fits into the most evil corporation in the world.
Get up close and personal with the Comedian's crew, feel the "Payne" of waiting for a trailer and talk to a futuristic cyborg killer, plus more about Marvel music in motion.
CBR tracks down the Terminator model T-888, better known as Garret Dillahunt, to talk to the actor about the death that looms for a "Sarah Connor Chronicles" cast member and why he can't wait to throw a Terminator punch.
Mohinder and the gang on the run? Doomsday's down with Cobra? Real life affects movie stories? We look at all of that plus John Connor at the crossroads and Marvel turning Japanese.
A week of interviews with the cast and crew of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” starts here with John Connor himself, Thomas Dekker, who hints at developments in the new season.
Actor Sam Witwer joins the cast of “Smallville” this fall to play Doomsday -- just who will this new Doomsday be and what is he up to? Witwer answers those question adore in this video interview on the CBR Yacht.
Outgoing "Smaillville" stars Michael Rosenbaum and Laura Vandervoort met with fans in Toronto to talk their future, the end of Kara's story, the show’s past, Gene Hackman, and why Tom Welling is a super prankster.
Good news and bad news for the comic book classic, plus the manga classic takes the Elle, there's big changes for multiple versions of a certain Kryptonian, plus "Wake the Dead" and more.
Showrunners Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer talk to CBR News about the new season of "Smallville," discuss double identities, and how they hope to honor the legacy left behind by the show's outgoing creators and stars.
In conversation with the Wall Street Journal, Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov confirmed plans to reintroduce Superman, but with a darker tone that future DC-based movies will also pursue.
CBR News talks with Ed Brubaker about the upcoming feature film adaptation of Wildstorm’s “Sleeper,” with “Spider-Man’s” Sam Raimi set to direct with Tom Cruise set to star.
Jon Favreau found something to do, Sam Jackson dresses like a Nazi (really!) and yet another truck full of money starts backing up towards Mark Millar's house, plus "Smallville," "Heroes" and more.
CBR News catches up with the new creative team behind "Smallville," Kelly Souder and Brian Peterson, to talk about double identities, the Daily Planet dynamic, and the chance to reinvent a series after seven seasons.
The blood on the button may be from a movie exec if fans don't get their film, plus Doomsday and Green Arrow speak, HRG's back and more news from animated Gotham Cities and "The Spirit."
Actors Sam Witwer and Cassidy Freeman talk with CBR News about their villainous debuts in Season Eight of “Smallville," playing the man who would be Doomsday and Luthor's devoted Tess Mercer, respectively.
Justin Hartley -- AKA Oliver Queen -- stops by the CBR yacht to discuss playing the Emerald Archer on the CW’s “Smallville,” what it’s like having been part of the “Aquaman” pilot and much more.
Two writers who know their way around the Batcave, Alan Burnett of "Batman: The Animated Series" and Greg Rucka of "Gotham Central," share their thoughts on “Batman: Gotham Knight.”
Who's really keeping Kal-El on the ground? We wonder while looking online for adventure from England, hanging out with Peter Petrelli, plus drama with "Wolverine," Green Arrow speaks and more.
The Green Arrow himself, Justin Hartley, talks to CBR News about the forthcoming season of The CW's “Smallville,” Oliver Queen's origin, and the zen of football on the modern day superhero.
CBR News visited with “Heroes” star Milo Ventimiglia on the set of the hit show to talk about new cats members, last season’s criticisms and the new season, “Volume Three: Villains," beginning in September.