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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.
Cobra Commander is revealed, Zack Snyder winds it down, Tony Stark shows off plus "The Dark Knight," "Astro Boy," "Punisher: War Zone" and more.
Looking inside the new developments of the BPRD, looking ahead to more heavy metal and saying goodbye to old friends, plus "The Spirit" and more.
It's all love for a new look at Logan, a new season approved, a new release date plus "Venom," "Iron Man" and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Michael Bay doesn't care what's happening with writers, Tony Stark may have more trouble than expected, the Cimmerian lacks direction plus the strike's end and more.
The Writers Guild of America strike that shut down the U.S. entertainment industry for the past 100 days is finally over, and CBR News has all the details.
Sure, there's sets built , actors cast and even started production ... but Fox Studios stands in the way of the Zack Snyder-helmed production hitting theatres.
Understanding Thunderbolt Ross, suing Zack Snyder, replacing Destro plus new "Transformers," Spidey swings in, Racer X speaks and more.
A Green Lantern from the windy city? Hellboy's helmer checking out the Eye of Agamotto? Trixie and Chim Chim, animated again? All that, much more, and an end to the strike?
Courtesy of Kids' WB!, CBR brings you the first image to be released from an episode of "The Spectacular Spider-Man," the new animated television series debuting March 8 on The CW network.
Logan sightings, spoof spots, a chatty billionaire plus "Hellboy 2," "Incredible Hulk," "The Dark Knight" and strike coverage to close out the week.
Don't call it a comeback for another billionaire bad boy, plus going from "The Wire" to the gamma base, spoofs aplenty, strike news and more.
This young lady's gonna pretty up the Chaplain's Assistants' motor pool, reports from down under on delays and who's dressing up Logan? All that and more ...
The New York City Medical Examiner's Office confirmed today that actor Heath Ledger, who plays The Joker in the forthcoming film, "The Dark Knight," died of an accidental overdose of prescription medications.
Fresh spoilers from Kansas' strangest town, a look at Speed's sweet new ride and a counterpart for Gotham's billionaire vigilante, plus strike news and more.
Tony Stark takes over TV and the internet, Mark Millar goes global and Andy Serkis is back at work, plus "Smallville," "Venom" and more.
Neither the season nor series finale, "The End of The Batman" airs this Saturday morning on Kids' WB! on the CW network, and CBR News has some preview images from the villain-packed episode.
The latest commercial for the upcoming Universal Pictures film "Wanted," based on the graphic novel by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones, aired during the Super Bowl this afternoon. We've got screen grabs.
The latest look at the upcoming film "Iron Man" was shown during the Super Bowl and we've got screen grabs of the trailer which includes some close-up looks at the armor!
Director Peter Segal talks lightning and thunder, there's lots going on at the BPRD and Tony Stark's got a trailer out, plus much more to end the week.
The Silk Spectre and Zack Snyder speak, Javier Grillo-Marxuach cashes a check and Spike makes it back to Kansas, plus more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Logan's gonna stay on set a little longer, we learn the fate of Genevieve Teague and Abe Sapien speaks, plus "Marvel Zombies," "G.I. Joe" and more.
Jon Favreau speaks, a peek at the Bat and both Hawk and Zartan report for duty, plus "Thor," "Hellboy 2," "Smallville," "Hancock" and much more.
Spoilers aplenty from Kansas' craziest town, a new cast member for the hit NBC series (whenever it comes back) and a new guy hanging out with Stark, plus more.
The Fastest Man Alive runs alone, Logan's storing something dangerous in New Zealand and the manga legend finds new direction, plus more to end the week.
In part two of our look at the new media issues underpinning the WGA Strike, Emmett Furey looks into how writers are monetizing the Internet and talks with online entertainment pioneers Kent "Ask A Ninja" Nochols, Rob LaZebnik and Marshall Herskovitz.
Could the Transporter be Atlantean? We wonder while not getting much out of Nancy Callahan, going inside the NBC series plus "Flash," "Hulk" and more.
In our continuing coverage of the WGA strike, CBR News takes an in-depth look at the crux of contract negotiations, new media, and examines new Internet ventures like "Speechless Without Writers," Strike TV and Virtual Artists.
The Joker is dead, Tony Stark shows off the goods again and people in costume patrol Hollywood, plus "Watchmen," "Smallville," strike coverage and more.
Bryan Fuller returns to give Robert a second slice of "Pushing Daisies" pie, as well as talking about his opinions of the second season of "Heroes" and wax lyrical about his personal experience with the WGA Strike.
Logan's locales see the light of day, Sunnydale's finest speaks her mind and we see what's next in animated Gotham, plus more looking at links, legends and lies.
The star of "The Dark Knight" and "Brokeback Mountain," Heath Ledger was found dead this afternoon in a New York City apartment. Ledger was 28-years-old. CBR News will continue to update this story as details come in.
Director Matt Ogens & producer Charlie Gruet talk to CBR News about their documentary "Confessions Of A Superhero," which follows the lives of the strange, real-life costumed characters who populate Hollywood Blvd.
Thunderbolt Ross spills the beans, fishnets become stylish for Kansas and Michael Bay's a scab, plus "Watchmen," big strike news and more.
A familiar face returns to Kansas' weirdest town, Abe Sapien speaks and Imperium Comics has all the buzz, plus huge strike news and more to end your week.
Spike, Braniac and now a manga legend -- James Marsters speaks, plus toppling the Hall of Justice, the Son of Stone makes a return, strike news and more.
SEGA has released all-new screenshots from "Iron Man," the highly anticipated video game based on the Marvel superhero and Robert Downey, Jr.-starring feature film.
New glances at Dr. Banner, an indie company cashes the check and there's manga from Mexico, plus debunking Destro, strike news and more.
Veteran film editor Jon Poll discusses with CBR his directorial debut, the Robert Downey, Jr. starring "Charlie Bartlett," working with the future Iron Man, and editing the original "Captain America" movie.
Amid financial, script and strike-related concerns, the George Miller-directed "Justice League" film has been put on indefinite hold by Warner Bros., with the cast's options allowed to lapse.