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Will Bollywood's pride bring home the pride of the Amazons? We wonder while discussing noir with Angelina Jolie, adapting the Japanese, taking a ride with Thomas Jane plus "Legion of Super Heroes," "Perseopolis" and much more.
Columbia Pictures is re-teaming with their go-to "Spider-Man" director to produce a new feature film franchise based on the legendary pulp character, The Shadow.
There's trailers aplenty from ancient Sparta, the sewers and Kansas, as well as spending time with the devil, plus a look in at Hellboy for the week's last news summary.
Another robot in disguise pokes his head out for a look, while Larry Young makes a set visit and Mark Steven Johnson talks Jesse Custer in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
The wildly popular online comic "PvP" will come alive in 2007 as a subscription based, online animated series. CBR News spoke with Kurtz about the unique process he's gone through to bring his series to life.
The Spirit of Vengeance has a new site as its director talks about why PG-13, while more Autobots pop up, surprises in Kansas and warfare in ancient greece, plus "PVP" and "30 Days Of Night."
The Invisible Girl shows off, Quesada and Palmiotti's prize takes on TV, fresh actors head to the farm and who won't play the erstwhile Carl Lucas? Find out, plus "Heroes," "Iron Man" and more.
Take a look at the Autobot's medic, get a bikeload of news about the Spirit of Vengeance, find out what Guillermo del Toro is up to and see who might be Pepper, plus news on "Dark Knight," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
The final episode of "Heroes" for 2006 airs tonight, but before you watch it see what writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite have to say about last week's episode, "Six Months Ago," and tonight's episode, "Fallout." The mystery keeps growing!
Johnny Blaze rides again, Jesse Custer looks at the long game, Peter Parker could be hanging it up and somebody likes seafood, plus much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Johnny's tooling around in a new ride, and you can take a gander, plus shuttering up Castle Grayskull, Todd McFarlane financing his own sequel and Gaul-ling news about the Olympic-themed sequel.
Go and tell it on the mountain, as we've got news from the pulpit of Garth Ennis (with no love for Marsden), the final word on a school in Westchester and Green Arrow speaks in a slow news day.
Take a look at Tony Stark's newest animated look, while we go behind the eclipse, discuss fight scenes and reach out for Neil Gaiman, plus a tidbit about Ol' Jade Jaws.
The first look at mechanoids from Cybertron? Maybe. Plus more from Green Arrow, Frank Miller's vision takes life and Spidey takes over the holiday weekend, plus news on "Watchmen," "Heroes" and more.
As we do every week, "Heroes" writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite answer questions and pose some new ones regarding the mysteries seen on the hit series. What's the significance of the number 9? Has the world truly been saved? And how can you help "Heroes" kick "Ugly Betty's" butt?
Ol' Web Head peeks his head out one more time, while Guillermo del Toro speaks, Michael Bay can say "tanks for the memories" and spoilerage on the NBC series, plus an "Iron Man" tidbit.
Mr. Sulu returns to television, Frank Miller covers the issue, Josh Duhamel gets military and Reed, Sue and Johnny report in from the great white north, plus more in today's news summary.
Big explosions and lots of fast motion herald a new look at Cybertronians on earth, plus Frankie Raye surfs the web, taking time with the BPRD and who's possible for Gambit, plus more.
Joe and Aron are back to answer questions about the TV show that's become a sensation, "Heroes." Will Hiro see some romance in the weeks to come? How is a show written? What do those hash marks mean on Matt and Theodore? Lots to go over this week.
Bruce Wayne's updated his calendar for a return to cineplexes, we take a closer look at new shots of the Spirit of Vengeance, Brandon Routh speaks and Al Gough quashes rumors in the week's last news summary.
Could the Last Son of Krypton face a much more intellectual threat? We ponder that while sitting down with the bringers of ancient Greece, examining Johnny Blaze, peeking in on the Steve Niles' adaptation plus rumblings on "Dark Knight," "FF2" and "X-Men 4?"
Earlier today, the new international trailer for the upcoming film "Ghost Rider" debuted. We've got a number of screen grabs for you.
How much Witwicky can you stand? Plus, a new shot of Ol' Web Head, breaking down an animated Hellboy, Lex goes blogging and much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Monday evening in New York City, Frank Miller, Zack Snyder and Gerard Butler hosted a press screening of "300." We have a full report and transcript of the discussions.
We fight the power to bring you a first look at one of Spidey's new sparring partners, check out Nic Cage's exotic new project, talk about little with Chris Nolan and more.
Optimus Prime speaks, Hugh Jackman is feeling nostalgic, Al Gough knows where he's going and Professor Broom's baby boy is in editing, plus so much more to start your week right.
Joe & Aron are back to answer our questions on what's happened thus far in "Heores." What's the deal with Theodore Sprague? Is the name of Niki's alter ego important? How long is the break in December? All that and much more.
An illegally leaked, unfinished trailer for "Spider-Man 3" has surfaced on the web featuring an unobscured, full-color look at Spidey's most dangerous foe, VENOM. Warning: Possible Spoilers.
Rumor has it that the sequel has an iconic title, while sci fi returns to the Fox network, Peter Parker swings through the web, fans make Prime speak plus news on "The Spirit," "Smallville" and more.
Following a screening of "300" in Los Angeles Wednesday evening, Director Zack Snyder shared some updates on the progress of the "Watchmen" feature film.
Frank Miller and Zack Snyder give you a piece of their minds, plus we look at the process of getting Eva Mendes into your movie and check photos of Batista and Harry Osborn.
The "Spider-Man 3" trailer has debuted and now it's available on the Web! You can watch it right here on CBR and check out 110 screen grabs from the trailer. Updated
You'll get a much better look at Bumblebee today, while we shutterbug around Kansas, analyze the hit NBC series, get animated with Tony Stark plus news on "Stardust," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
The man who would be Stark has a lot to say, while Lucius Fox helps out Mark Millar's anti-hero, we find out when Dr. Banner will be back, and big surprises in a little town in Kansas.
"Heroes" writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite are back with all sorts of clues regarding what's happening on the hit NBC series. What number is important to the series? Have they given a clue regarding the meaning of the symbol? Come inside to find out.
Has a wave of international adoptions waylaid Frank Miller's sequel? We wonder while guessing at who Brandon Routh gets to punch, chatting with Gaiman and Vess and going to war with Shia LeBeouf, plus much more.
Iron Man's not the only big hero making waves in 2008, as the Hulk returns to screens in "The Incredible Hulk." We've got all the details from this big announcement.
He's been a mentor to boxers and Batmen, but now it's time for Morgan Freeman to train a real killer in "Wanted." The acclaimed actor has joined the adaptation of the popular Top Cow mini-series.
What can you expect from the Mark Millar adaptation? Find out today, while figuring out what it takes to find a hellspawn, hitch up your trailer in Kansas and cover the walls with ancient Sparta, plus news on "The Dark Knight."
In 2007, Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess' "Stardust" will hit the big screen in a film starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert DeNiro and others. We sat down with Gaiman and Vess for a chat about the production and the book.