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The week closes out with a script review, production stills, spy video from a Chicago set and a canine in costume, plus "Watchmen," "Wanted" and more.
Optimus and the gang rake in the dough, Rorschach gets called a fraud and Spawn heads to Gotham City, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Zack Snyder's new project is starting to look familiar, Lt. Malcolm Reed takes up a life of crime, Tyrese and Michael Bay talk filming challenges and Chim Chim goes berserk, plus news on "Wyoming," "The Dark Knight," "Captain America" and more.
Megatron speaks, Shaft goes to the races, Pepper Potts got hurt and the Bat stays in the Windy City, plus scoop on "The Drinky Crow Show," "Rent Girl," "Heroes" and more.
Kal-El's ready for his close up, the heroes on a half shell are poised to return, Jon Favreau suits up and Christian Bale gets serious, plus tidbits about "Transformers" and "Superman/Doomsday" to send you into the weekend.
Jim Gordon's family comes into view, Brian Bendis talks movie deals, Neil Gaiman's daughter guest blogs, Jon Voight keeps laughing, plus scoop on "Conan," "Watchmen" and more.
The casting buzz around the Alan Moore adaptation is hard to ignore and hard to believe, while we check in on Stark's activities, see two indies cash a big check and talk the likes of "Spider-Man 4," "Transformers," "Wanted" and more.
What's up with Jon Favreau in Vegas? We wonder while figuring out the Robots in Disguise, chatting up Tim Kring and considering Neil Gaiman in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Here's looking at you, Tony -- plus we take in all the data from Cybertron we can handle, poke around Bruce Wayne's Chicago digs and add another cast member to the hit NBC series, plus news about "Stardust," "Shazam" "Hulk" and more.
Paramount Pictures has released a whole slew of new images from the upcoming feature film adaptation of "Stardust" and we've got 'em for ya.
Kansas' strangest town may double its count of young billionaires (again), Megatron invades living rooms everywhere, Gotham City could be scarier than expected and tons from Tim Kring to come, all to finish off your week.
At a press conference this week, creator Tim Kring and the entire cast of "Heroes" announced the upcoming "Heroes" World Tour and revealed a few tidbits about Season 2. CBR News has an extensive report and photos.
Jon Voight speaks of playing make believe, Tony Stark may have a SHIELD to duck behind, the Tumbler is gonna make the Ryan look like it's standing still (again) and Wesley Gibson may have to kneel before Zod, plus Neil Gaiman, the new Spidey cartoon and more.
CBR presents a sneak peek inside the Chicago set of the Christopher Nolan-helmed sequel.
Mr. Sark is turning Japanese, wave after wave of sequel talk comes in, Chicago's abuzz with Bat-talk, there's Francophone chatter about the Mach 5, plus news on "Justice League," "Stardust," "30 Days of Night" and more.
Christian Bale suits up, Brad Bird ponders sequels, Tyrese Gibson's ready to try on some chains and you never know who's on your vacation, plus "Transformers" and "Watchmen" tidbits.
Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with high-resolutin images of the new Batpod, the Dark Knight's new vehicle set to debut in 2008's "The Dark Knight."
The weekend saw a wide variety of casting rumors for crucial roles. What major names are linked to be the Comedian, Dr. Manhattan, the Nite-Owl? We wonder within ...
From major TV and print outlets, everybody's talking about the new motorcycle Batman's gonna be riding in the sequel. We take a look as well as catching the cast on the Chicago set.
A big day of news, with giant robots galore (including Urkel's pal getting Jazz-y), a note from Andy Diggle and casting rumors about Minutemen, plus scoop on "The Dark Knight," "Interworld," "Heroes," "FF2" box office results and more.
The theater exploded with applause this afternoon, as "Heroes" star Hayden Panettiere took the stage at her own panel in Wizard World Philadelphia. CBR News was there.
The Baxter Building's back in the spotlight today, while Hiro's getting some new friends, Frank Miller will have to wait and there's no room in the Minutemen for Neo, plus "Gatchaman," "The Dark Knight" and more to finish up the week.
CBR News spoke this week with Marvel Studios Preisdent of Production Kevin Feige about the future of Marvel-financed movies, including updates on "The Incredible Hulk," "Thor," and "Captain America."
Steve Rogers is coming to every city and town, John Cusack wants to suit up, Neil Gaiman speaks and Michael Bay doesn't care about toys, plus scoop on "Dark Knight," a "Silver Surfer" spinoff and more.
The latest "Thunderbolt" will put a Hurt on ol' Jade Jaws, while Mister Sark might meet up with HRG, a "Stardust" visionary contemplates Asgard and Lion-o remains animated, plus news on "The Dark Knight," "Smallville" and more.
"Stardust" author Neil Gaiman talks with CBR's Jonah Weiland about the origins of the new film based on his and Charles Vess' illustrated novel, and details his active involvement with the production.
Guess who's coming to dinner? Clark gets company, Mark Millar accepts change, Namor and Doom show up, Bumblebee goes to Korea as well as news on "Heroes," "The Batman" and more.
The Transformers are ready to invade earth with a feature and an immersive video game. CBR has a hands-on preview, with comments from game producer Daniel Suarez and film producer Tom DeSanto.
Guillermo del Toro is broadcasting from Budapest, Tim Story gets another job, the FF on TV and trailer-tastic for the Steve Niles project, plus news on "The Dark Knight," "The Spirit," "Stardust" and more.
Things are heating up for the feature film adaptation of Andy Diggle's "The Losers," as Variety is reporting Director Tim Story will helm the feature for Warner Bros.
Many secrets of Cybertron are revealed today, plus Johnny Blaze may lack direction, Mike Mignola is trying to get on your Tivo schedule and Frank Miller sees the future, plus Neil Gaiman news to close out the week.
Has the Canucklehead found some direction? We ponder the question while following gamers to the movie theater, checking out Autobots and looking at more clips from the Baxter Building.
A neophyte sells his take on the survivors from Thundera, and we look at the details as well as how this fits in with the expanding subgenre of Cold War-era pop culture creations.
Guillermo del Toro tells all (sort of), Lion-O wants a scratching post in his trailer, Steve Niles' ideas will soon be plastered all over your town and Neil Gaiman wrote a script, plus "Aquaman," "FF2" and more.
Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and X-Men co-creator Stan Lee has signed an exclusive first look deal with Walt Disney Studios.
Reed and the gang have a few giggles, Tony Stark can't name that tune, another Frank Miller adaptation works its way to cineplexes and Michael Oeming's "Six" finds some changes, plus much more.
How would Themiscira's Finest have fared in WW2? We find out while finding out who that masked man is, peeking in on Jon Favreau's set, getting lots of robots in disguise plus "G.I. Joe," "Mandrake" and more.
The mechanoid media onslaught continues with a new release date and possible spoilers, plus a look at the Mach 5, more chatting with Reed and Sue and Hiro gets somebody new to talk to. UPDATED with high-res images from "The Dark Knight!"
Nightwing and those Teen Titan's are headed to the silver screen, according to the Hollywood Reporter, and Mark Verheiden ("Superman/Batman") is attached to write.
Todd McFarlane shells out the big bucks, Marv Wolfman's babies are all grown up, Reed and the gang have a lot to say and some people can't wait to get to Cybertron, plus "Sin City 2" and more.