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"The Book of Eli," opening January 15, is a well-made science fiction actioner with good performances, genuine twists and thoughtful spiritual and philosophical themes that will stay with the viewer long after the film is over.
A new director for "Spider-Man" may have already been chosen! A first look at "The Spectre" short film! Daniel Craig to be a "Cowboy?" Also "Captain America" director speaks and much more.
The actor has been cast as Hector Hammond, the very first villain in Warner Brothers and Martin Campbell's big screen adaptation of the DC Comics superhero...but can Sinestro be far behind?
With Sam Raimi out and Sony officially rebooting the franchise with a high school cast, here are a few of CBR's picks for Peter, MJ, Gwen Stacy and their pals, some of whom could be more likely that you think...
The Spider-Man movie isn't the only non-comic version of the character making news today - the Broadway musical is still set to launch this year, despite it's own troubled history. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
After yesterday's game-changing shift saw Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire leave the fabled superhero franchise, CBR divined the definite facts and possible futures surrounding how teen Spider-Man will swing into his next film.
"Spider-Man 4" implodes as a new Spider-Man begins. Robert Downey Jr. passes on "Cowboys." Checkmate moves in to "Smallville." Also, "Dune" to be respectful and more.
It's official -- Marvel Studios has announced that principal photography on "Thor" began today. Directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Chris Hemsworth, the film is scheduled for a May 6, 2011 release.
UPDATE: Sony releases official word Reports are in that director Sam Raimi and star Tobey Maguire have parted with the multi-million dollar movie franchise in order for Sony to move forward with a reboot set to hit in summer 2012
Writer Gary Whitta spoke with CBR News in a one-on-on interview discussing the nature of "The Book of Eli," the caliber of acting involved and the miracle of a movie that looks and feels like what the original writer put to paper.
A new Fandral for "Thor." A Carol Ferris for "Green Lantern." A new "Kick-Ass" trailer. Malkovich confirms "Spider-Man 4," shoots "Jonah Hex" and joins "Red." No 3D for "Clash of the Titans" & more.
Actor John Malkovich confirms to Italian TV that he will play the Vulture in "Spider-Man 4." The actor is awaiting the final script and hopes to being shooting soon. This comes on the heels of a rough week for the film.
Actress Blake Lively of "Gossip Girl" and "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" will join the cast as Carol Ferris. Lively joins actor Ryan Reynolds on the film, which is expected to begin shooting in March for a 2011 release.
Liongate has released a new trailer for "Kick-Ass," the Matthew Vaughn-directed movie based on the Icon comic by co-creators Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. "Kick-Ass" is due out in theaters nationwide April 16, 2010.
Cartoon Network has released video clips and screenshots from the next episode of "The Brave and the Bold." The episode, which features Enemy Ace, Aquaman and more, airs January 8 at 7:30 PM.
"Green Lantern" gets its green light ... or does it? "Thor" adds yet another castmember. "G.I. Joe 2" writers revealed. Also, "Ghost Rider 2" plans, an interview with "Book of Eli" directors and more.
Allen and Albert Hughes, directors of "The Book of Eli," talked with CBR news about how they work together, the challenges of making a film like "Eli," working with stars Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman and more.
"Thor" switches release dates! Mark Millar suggests a "Superman" film with origin. Michael Cera has seen "Scott Pilgrim," but not in order. Also, Bruce Davison on "Justice League," and more.
Paramount and Marvel announce "Thor" will be released on May 6th, 2011. Originally scheduled for a May 20th release that year, the move comes in the wake of the "Spider-Man 4" delay, causing a major shift in 2011.
The adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s violent superhero satire finds its premier date as part of the iconic Austin, Texas media festival South By Southwest
"The Book of Eli" star Denzel Washington spoke with CBR News about his new film, developing the character of Eli, some of the movie's deeper themes, learning how to fight with a sword and more.
"Spider-Man 4" derailed by villains! "Human Target" shifts air dates. "Kick-Ass" to open SXSW 2010! Also, "Deadpool" finds a couple of writers, "Preacher" sidelined for Bond and more.
According to published reports, it's a dispute over which villain would appear in the next Spider-Man feature film that has delayed production of the anticipated sequel. ROBOT 6 has the details.
CBR News spoke with "The Book of Eli" star Mila Kunis about working with Denzel Washington and the film's directors, the Hughes Brothers, the film's unusual chronological shooting schedule, dealing with uncooperative weather and more.
"Heroes" most pirated show of 2009. "Kick-Ass" book cover released. "Prince of Persia's" Dagger of Time up close. "Dune" finds an new director. Also, a "Hobbit" casting sheet and new "Clash" stills.
Sam Worthington says "Flash Gordon" is news to him. Michael Cera describes a sword fight in "Scott Pilgrim." Albert Hughes discusses how "Book of Eli" is not a western. "Thor" costumers use Twitter.
Marvel's Kevin Feige looks forward to "Thor." Looking for clues in an old "Swamp Thing" script. Jeremy Renner says "no truth" to Hawkeye rumor. More Denzel on the "Book of Eli" set and more.
Marvel Joe Quesada says "Iron Man 2" is "going to be good." Jason Schwartzman praises "Scott Pilgrim." Denzel Washington on the set of "Book of Eli." Harold Ramis says "Ghostbusters 3" in 2011.
"Losers" stunt coordinator discusses the film's action. Mark Strong thinks "Kick-Ass" sequel is possible. "Night & Fog" to be a feature film. Stills from "Brave and the Bold" and "Human Target."
Cartoon Network has provided CBR with clips and pics from the next episode of "The Brave and the Bold," airing this Friday and featuring the Challengers of the Unknown, Blue Beetle, Guy Gardner and the Green Lantern Corps!
"Green Lantern" reveals key department heads. "Captain America" to start shooting in June? Ryan Reynolds for "Flash Gordon?" Also, "Thundercats" dead and "Justice League" stills.
"Sherlock Holmes," opening December 25, is good mix of ideas and talents. With a winning onscreen duo and great production values, the film recasts the well known literary hero as an action star - a change which works quite well.
Hawkman to get his own movie? Another director praises "Scott Pilgrim." Steven Niles on changes in "30 Days of Night: Dark Days." Also, no "Supergirl" for Taylor Swift, "Human Target" pics and more.
Heath Ledger's final performance is captured on film in director Terry Gilliam's latest fantasy-filled epic. Does the movie live up to the hopes and expectations of Ledger's fans? CBR's review has an answer to that question.
Producer Joel Silver says "Lobo" to be made into a film soon. Kirsten Dunst to be written out in "Spider-Man 4?" The first poster for "Priest" is out on the Internet. Also, "Suicide Squad" producer talks and more.
Hit-Girl makes her mark in a new "Kick-Ass" trailer. Bryan Singer talks "X-Men Origins: First Class." Producer Dan Lin discusses "Bone." Also, "Scott Pilgrim" nears a release date and more.
CBR spoke with producers Joel Silver, Susan Downey and Lionel Wigram about the upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" movie, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, discussing the film's fresh take on Holmes, its comics link and more.
Saturday, CBR News attended a scoring session for the upcoming Fox series "Human Target." In this exclusive report, we take you to the Eastwood Scoring Stage on the Warner lot with Composer Bear McCreary ("Battlestar Galactica").
"Green Lantern" searches for Carol Ferris. Topher Grace gives the "no go" to "Venom." Robert Rodriguez says "Sin City 2" is still in the future. Also, "Lobo" is not a matter of fact according to Ritchie, and more.
Charles Soule, the writer of SLG Publishing's "Strongman," will appear on an episode of the TV game show Jeopardy! on January 4. ROBOT 6 spoke with Soule about being on the show, his "Strongman" sequel and more.