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If you're not interested in televised goings on, it's a rough day for you, as Green Arrow speaks and some people who get super powers decide to use them for evil (shocker!) in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Imperious Rex! The Avenging Son is headed to the silver screen, courtesy of a director who's seen the future. Plus, Diana might be suburban, animation is not be enough for Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Heath Ledger speaks again.
Could the script have leaked already? Corroboration is hard to come by, but we look anyway, alongside seeing a grim future for the erstwhile Spike, a big future for the anime property, the uphill climb for a rapper-turned actor and more.
Michael Chiklis lets you know what part of New York he's from, while Dick Grayson gets explored, the Daywalker throws down, normal people freak out plus news on when you can see that "Teen Titans" feature.
The sites are back at war over the hit CW series, while Josh Hartnett talks horror, Bumblebee takes a break, spies scoop Tim Story, and news on "Legion of Super-Heroes," "Hellboy's" animated future, "Blade" and how Heath Ledger will play the Joker.
Collecting the information like Teletran, we sit down with Sticky, look at a younger version of a fan favorite and focus on Sam Elliot for the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Chloe Sullivan has her say, Optimus Prime sees the light of day, Johnny Blaze knows the score and from the new metahuman drama we've got more -- there's rhyme and reason in today's news wrap.
Stepping into the role Wesley Snipes made famous in the Blade movies is no easy task, but Kirk "Sticky" Jones was up for it. We spoke with the "Blade" star about the show and a return to the studio as a member of the hardcore rap group Onyx.
Like fast action, graphic violence, hot chicks and intricate storylines? Then "Blade" is the show for you. In an exclusive interview, CBR News spoke with Exec. Producer David Goyer about the series and its future. Plus we talk comics and get updates on "The Flash" and "The Dark Knight."
Is it true? Will Lex and Lana take their relationship to the next level? We ponder the possibilities while sitting down with David Goyer and taking animated looks at the future and Gotham City.
When "Heroes" debuts on NBC, the show will include an online comic component that adds to the story. Artists involved include Jim Lee, Michael Turner and others. We spoke with series creator Tim Kring for more.
A full day of news to welcome you back from the long weekend, from areas animated and cinematic, including a number of briefs from the Canadian Fan Expo, Green Arrow heading to Seattle, cop casting in Kansas and more.
Johnny Blaze knows how to take direction, and how's about a first look at Optimus Prime? We also hear the voice of Al Gough, review Agent Weiss' new project and check in on "Blade," "The Batman" and "Spider-Man 3" to close out the week.
Clark Kent in a turban? Don Murphy faces the tough questions? Tim Kring tells all? Ben Grimm vs. Bruce Banner in all the animated glory you could want? It's all that and more in today's news summary.
Are you ready for your closeup, Mr. Bumblebee? We find out while sussing out the whole animated tour of the Baxter Building, rumor bashing with Christopher Nolan and Sony, plus some TV series news to boot.
While we have to wait until next year to see Nicolas Cage as Ghost Rider, this Friday he can be seen in the horror remake "The Wicker Man." CBR News sat down with Writer/Director Neil LaBute to discuss the film.
It's a slow news day with new episode titles, a movieland love story, telepathic naughtiness, behind the scenes looks and a review of "Full Metal Alchemist."
Marvel held a press conference today to discuss the upcoming Cartoon Network "Fantastic Four" animated series with Executive Producer Craig Kyle and Story Editor/Head Writer Chris Yost.
Everybody's making their way to Michael Bay's set, while Blackheart gets his moment to shine, Clark Kent's financially solvent and Tyrese hasn't signed the contract, plus more in the week's first news summary.
Joss Whedon's ready for notes, CBR checks out ancient Sparta, set photos come in from the Richards, Eel O'Brien's come and gone, plus Megatron does a PSA, Spider-Man heads back to theatres and more.
Nolan and Bale meet the press, Andre Braugher heads for the Baxter Building, plus news on the NBC superhuman story, Chloe speaks, "Hellboy" animated thoughts and we've got a slight "Spider-Man 3" spoiler.
While the release of the film "300" based on Frank Miller's graphic novel is still many months away, CBR News got an advance look at the film and has some early thoughts on Zack Snyder's film.
It's all about Lex in Kansas' strangest town while another guy named Kirby gets a check, the manga classic goes to the movies and Bumblebee takes a stand, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
In a dazzlingly slow day of news, the son of the Goblin finds himself in front of the lenses one more time, and producer Don Murphy has a lot to say about relatively little amounts of information, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
It's gonna be an all out war, and now we have a roll call for who's enlisted. Plus we have three doses of the Mignola method, Frank Miller stays faithful, video blogs abound and more.
More stirring the rumor pot over whether we'll get "Hustle and Rhodes," while Ollie Queen makes an appearance, Tim Story blogs and the masters of Cybertron face the fans, plus news on "Wanted," "LSH," "Ultimate Avengers 2" and more.
We find out the official title of the new adventures of Reed and Company, while another blond is rumored to be headed to Gotham, Lincoln Burrows could get exposed to radiation and Ricky Gervais takes on De Niro, plus much more.
We trace back the roots of a relationship between two DC billionaires, chase undead parents through Detroit, take a peek at ancient Sparta and keep the gossip going on Arthur Curry in today's news summary.
It's a spoiler-riffic day as we get animated with the BPRD, take a trip with Jeph Loeb, go deeper into Kansas' strangest town and throw some punches with a would-be Peter Parker in today's look at links, legends and lies.
One of the men behind the Bat has confidence in Heath Ledger, Mark Steven Johnson gets psychological with Johnny Blaze, Kevin Monroe gets technical with the teens, Guillermo del Toro dreams big, plus "X" sequel chatter, "Legion" looks and more.
Professor Broom's little boy will be on time for Halloween, Earth's Mightiest Heroes head for cineplexes, we peek in on Kansas' weirdest town and Doug Jones is determined to hang ten with all four.
Michael Bay has something to say about who and who doesn't make the cut, plus Frank Miller resurrects the dead and the kids from Kansas get their pose on in a slow news day.
The visions of ancient Sparta come alive before your eyes while we get better looks at the Robots in Disguise (sort of), Millar and Gough grant another interview and Sam Jackson gets a new sword, plus "LSH" info.
Take a tantalizingly short look at Cybertron's finest in action, while an indestructible machine of school spirit speaks her piece, Tim Allen gets heroic and we sneak a bootleg out of Gotham, plus much more.
Let's talk about what's in the Baxter Building garage while Christian Bale is pleased, good robots are hard to find, and we confirm an old rumor plus "TMNT," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
Funding for the BPRD has been approved for another sequel, while the Daywalker deals with old business, Jimmy Olsen lives and Sandman's chatty, plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Listen ... you can hear the voices of Gotham if you try (and have a sufficiently capable computer). Plus, Favreau tells all (well, not really), B. Clay Moore gets a big check and to Joel Silver at least, no gnus is good gnus ... kinda ...
If you were the coolest man in the world, with the coolest women and the coolest toys, you'd be Nick Walker, starring in "The Leading Man." We talked to writer B.Clay Moore about the book's adaptation into a film by Universal.
On the eve of Wizard World Rosemont, could this be the face of James Rhodes? We ponder the possibilities while going to a party with Clark and Lex and Ollie, riling up a state governor, peeking in on The Ancient One's successor and more.
While still almost two years away, Marvel's upcoming "Iron Man" film has generated huge buzz following the announcement that Jon Favreau would be directing. CBR News spoke with with Favreau in a one-on-one interview.