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Dark Horse Comics and Universal Pictures have announced a three year production and distribution deal granting Universal rights to the Dark Horse stable of characters and properties.
Is something fishy in Kansas' strangest town? We wonder while checking Logan's poker face, racing along with the Mach 5 plus "The Dark Knight" and more.
The director of "Horton Hears a Who!," Jimmy Hayward talks to CBR News about adapting the Dr. Seuss classic, CGI animation, his cast of comedy all-stars, and the film's anime sequence.
Marvel might find out what it's like when Ed Norton is angry, Douglas TenNapel cashes a check, Bryan Singer promises bodies plus "Heroes," "Spider-Man" and more.
MTV has posted "The Incredible Hulk" trailer featuring our first good look at the Edward Norton fueled film. We've go the screen grabs of Hulk vs. Abomination for ya. Updated
Rumors swirling around the the Man of Tomorrow, Jim Shooter gets a big check, a look at ol' Jade Jaws plus "Watchmen," "Iron Man," "The Dark Knight" and much more.
Jim Shooter's Valiant days are not gone forever, as there's new life is breathed into an old property for a filmed adaptation.
Leading off with billionaire vigilantes and Jeff Smith getting a big check, we've also got "Speed Racer," "Thor," "Green Lantern," "Snaked" and much more.
CBR News has received from Warner Bros. an official "Watchmen" clock, counting down to March 6, 2009, the release date of the Zack Snyder film based on the classic graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.
Thunderbolt Ross shows his face, Hiro's got a girlfriend, Angelina Jolie's shooting up the place plus "Smallville," "Hellboy 2," "Iron Man" and more.
The Minutemen emerge, Mark Millar hits the web once again, Logan likes apples, plus "Whiteout," "Spectacular Spider-Man," "The Batman" and more.
Director Zack Snyder released this morning new photographs of the cast of "Watchmen," based on the DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. The film opens March 6, 2009, exactly one year from today.
The latest HD trailer for "Wanted" debuted earlier today on MySpace and now we've got a boat load of screen grabs for you to put under the microscope and dissect!
Eriko Tamura, the actress who played Hiro's love interest in the second season of "Heroes," spoke with CBR News and revealed some interesting news about her return for season three.
Big changes on the hit WB series, Sabretooth shows his claws, heavy metal for the animated League plus "Iron Man" and "Dragonball Z" and more.
Robert Englund ("A Nightmare on Elm Street") is voicing Vulture, the first super villain to appear in the all-new series "The Spectacular Spider-Man," which premieres Saturday, March 8 at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT on Kids' WB! on The CW.
Clark's sticking around, Cobra Commander's on the rise and Peter Parker's supporting staff speak, plus "Thor," "Speed Racer" and rumors galore.
Marc Guggenheim continues his visit to REFLECTIONS with a conversation about the creation of ABC's hit new show "Eli Stone" and his new comic book series from Oni Press, "Resurrection."
A blonde bombshell from Cobra, swapping Logan's wonder years, news from Gotham City plus "The Man of Steel," "Hellboy 2," "Justice League," and more.
The "Spectacular Spider-Man" cartoon debuted at WonderCon, and CBR chatted one-on-one with several of the voice actors and producers to get their take on the latest Spidey animated series.
Harvey Dent's got something for your leap year, Tony Stark's back online and the manga legend finds its voice, plus "Hulk," "Watchmen" and more to close out the week.
Director Michael Bay says "strikes, shmikes," while Veronica Mars is MIA and Leslie Nielsen pops up, plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Warner Bros. Animation has released new images from "Batman: Gotham Knight," the direct-to-DVD anime anthology bridging "Batman Begins" and this summer's "The Dark Knight."
Paramount Pictures has released a new "Iron Man" trailer, this time exclusive to MySpace, and we've got a look at it as well as a massive gallery of screen grabs!
Peter Petrelli and Ando have stuff to say, as does Jon Favreau and new images from Gotham City, plus "Justice League," "Hulk," "Shazam," "Wolverine" and more.
Green Lantern in fatigues? Possible, plus it could be "Justice League Canadia," web-spinning at Wondercon, plus "Superhero Movie," "Iron Man," "Smallville" and more.
Following the "Iron Man" movie panel at WonderCon, director Jon Favreau met with the press to discuss the film in greater detail. CBR News was on hand to get the scoop on what fans can expect to see on screen.
Billy Batson's name will be in lights, Czech-ing out the 80s toy property, Tony Stark hits Wondercon plus "The Dark Knight," "Wanted," "Green Lantern" and more.
Saturday's Warner Bros. panel at WonderCon brought out the stars and creators of "10,000 B.C." and "Get Smart," who discussed with fans their new films and upcoming projects including a new Star Wars animated feature.
Sony Pictures Television premiered at WonderCon the first episode of "The Spectacular Spider-Man," the new Kids' WB! animated series based on the classic Marvel Comics superhero, and CBR News was there.
Among the promises made at the panel for the new movie: a genuine love for the characters and their world, thoughtful new spins on racial issues in America, and more naked women than in the first one.
At a panel filled to the rafters with excited fans, Chris Carter, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny spoke about and teased the upcoming "X-Files" film.
Director Jon Favreau unveiled secrets of the upcoming "Iron Man" movie to a standing room only crowd Saturday, including five minutes of scenes with Tony Stark testing out the jet boots and a new trailer.
"New Frontier" writer and artist Darwyn Cooke talks about "The New Frontier," "Batman," and his artistic influences at WonderCon.
Could the graphic novel's ending make it to the big screen? We wonder while looking at Agent Zero and Beak, hearing from Green Lantern plus much more.
New looks at the billionaire playboy, fresh rumors from Gotham City, indie properties cashing checks, plus "Wolverine," "Conan," "Akira" and more.
John Wraith turns out to be the modern-day Wyclef, the Baroness beefs up, Harvey shows up plus "Iron Man," "Drinky Crow," "G.I. Joe," "Watchmen" and more.
Leonardo DiCaprio will produce "Akira," a live-action adaptation of the classic manga and anime by Katsuhiro Otomo. Screenwriter and former PC Gamer Editor-in-Chief Gary Whitta will provide the script.
"Fight Club" and "Zodiac" director David Fincher is attached to the feature film adaptation of Charles Burns' Harvey Award-winning graphic novel "Black Hole."
Chatty ne'er-do-wells are allegedly joining Logan on screen, Larry Hama speaks and the Bat gets animated again in today's look at links, legends and lies.