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"Heroes" writers/producers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coliete join CBR to answer your questions about last week's episode "Cold Wars," and to discuss this week's new episode, "Exposed."
Director Zack Snyder and legendary artist/"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons discuss the highly anticipated film adaptation of the classic, award winning graphic novel before it’s released in theaters this Friday.
Creator Mitch Hurwitz unites Gob Bluth, the Fonz, and Spongebob Squarepants for "Sit Down, Shut Up," a new animated comedy coming to FOX in April. Hurwitz and the cast met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the show.
We continue our series of interviews with the cast and crew of "Wonder Woman" with director Lauren Montgomery, who was hand-picked by DC animation legend Bruce Timm to produce the heroine's first feature film.
Matt Parkman casts doubts on the future, Hal Jordan hits the web, Reggie Hudlin talks T'Challa, plus Dr. Manhattan leads the charge and more about "9," "Dead of Night," "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" and more.
CBR News talk to "Watchmen" producers Lawrence Gordon, Deborah Snyder and Lloyd Levin about the graphic novel's long journey to the screen, the violent nature of the material, and the harshly practical world of Hollywood.
Voice actor Elijah Wood and Director of Animation Joe Ksander met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to show clips and discuss "9,' the new Shane Acker film produced by Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov.
Time keeps on tick-tick-ticking for the Zack Snyder-helmed comic book movie to hit the screen, Greg Rucka thinks the movie should differ from his comic book, Dark Horse likes what they see and so much more.
McG unveiled the world premiere of a new trailer for Terminator: Salvation at WonderCon (debuting in front of "Watchmen" this week), revealing a character who believes himself human, but may be mistaken...
Fans of "Spectacular Spider-Man" were treated to scenes from the upcoming second season of the hit cartoon, as well as news about the introduction of new characters and developments in the life of the animated Spidey.
One of the most anticipated panels at WonderCon occurred Saturday, as "Watchmen" director Zack Snyder was joined by Dave Gibbons and the cast of the movie for some new footage and an audience Q&A session. CBR News was there.
DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation have released a promotional image from their next animated feature, "Green Lantern: First Flight," along with info about the movie and full DVD specs.
CBR's Erik Amaya turns in this review of the most anticipated superhero movie ever, saying Zack Snyder’s shockingly faithful adaptation of “Watchmen” offers a great deal to fans of the original novel and first time movie goers alike.
Debuting 3/3 is "Angel of Death," a hitman-with-conscience live action web series written by comics superstar Ed Brubaker, starring Zoe Bell & Doug Jones. CBR checked out the first four installments.
Logan's grimacing mug's showing up all over, Themiscira's finest comes to CBR, Scott Mitchell Rosenberg cashes a big check, plus tidbits about "Green Lantern," "Smallville" and more to finish off the week.
Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with a video clip from the "Wonder Woman" animated DVD featuring two gladiators battling it out. "Wonder Woman" is available next Tuesday, March 3rd.
The would-be Black Widow feels bad about being passed over, The Wall won't come tumblin' down, Edgar Wright posts some more photos while Sam Jackson signs on plus much more.
Warner Bros. feels its good to be bad as they bring the doomed patrol to the silver screen, proliferating live action visions of villains in lead roles and killing people in exotic places.
CBR talks to actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Jackie Earle Haley about playing The Comedian and Rorschach, the darkest characters of "Watchmen."
In an unprecedented move, Marvel Studios has signed Samuel L. Jackson to a nine-picture deal, by which the actor will appear as Nick Fury in "Iron Man 2" and other upcoming Marvel films and sequels.
Seth Rogen may have found some direction, Clark Kent's hanging around, you will believe a man can sing, plus news on "Brave & The Bold," "Heroes," "Iron Man" and "Green Lantern."
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with a trio of clips from their special two-part "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" event introducing The Joker to the BatB Universe! The first episode airs February 27 at 8:00 PM.
Uh oh, it's magic in Kansas' strangest town, plus truth and fiction from filmmakers, replacing a Russian with Jon Favreau plus "Heroes," "Dragonball Evolution" and more.
In this weeks BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, we take a look at “Building 26,” talk about the identity of Rebel, find out who will be playing Bob, and answer your "Heroes" questions with writers Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski.
Tons of heavy metal for your Monday from a fresh video dose of the Lebeouf, grappling with a villain for Tony Stark, letting loose the Man of Steel plus "Watchmen," "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
Heath Ledger, the early favorite to win the 2009 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, has been posthumously presented with the award. Accepting for the actor were his father, mother and sister.
The Comedian's signed on to play another kind of spy (in the same corporate family), the Nite Owl has a lot to say plus do we know the face of futuristic jurisprudence? Find out inside.
CBR talks to actor Patrick Wilson, who portrays the famously out-of-shape superhero Nite Owl in "Watchmen," the new film based on the classic Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons graphic novel.
This guy doesn't quite have anybody to grapple with after all, Rorschach speaks, looking for young Asgardians plus news on "Green Lantern," "Heroes," "Dragonball" sequels and more.
While visiting the Vancouver set of "Watchmen," CBR News spoke with Jackie Earle Haley, who stars in the film as Rorschach, about portraying the iconic anti- hero.
There's a possibility that the world's greatest man could turn out legen (wait for it ...) dary while CBR gets up close and personal with the Minutemen and network bigshots in today's news summary.
CBR Executive Producer Jonah Weiland turns in an in-depth report from his visit to the Vancouver set of "Watchmen," the new Zack Snyder film based on the classic DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons.
In the latest edition of BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, "Heroes" writers Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski answer your questions, hints at who we can look forward to this season, and what may have happened in 1961.
That's some crazy stuff coming from the manga adaptation, Avengers meet Defenders with an X-Man alongside, while Logan hits the web, plus "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
Zack Snyder's movie adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel classic brings with it the rescued production art of Gibbons and a stunning amount of new cast portraits by Clay Enos.
Could Silken Floss be the next Black Widow? We wonder while watching new looks inside Zack Snyder's latest, talking with Diana's muse, slashing with "Wolverine," "Heroes," "Thor" and more.
CBR News brings you screenwriter Michael Jelenic in the first of three interviews with the creators of "Wonder Woman," the forthcoming animated film based on the classic DC super-heroine.
Courtesy of Warner Bros., CBR brings you the biggest gallery of "Watchmen" images you've ever seen, featuring new production stills, posters, behind-the- scenes photos and other promotional materials.
Actress Eve Myles and director Euros Lyn took to the stage to discuss the coming season of "Torchwood" with dedicated fans and answer some "cheeky" questions at last weekend's New York Comic Con, and CBR was there.
Take a new look at Logan, CBR visits Themiscira, all the beans get spilled by the Minutemen plus a trio of toy movies, "The Brave and The Bold" and more to close out the week's news.