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"Ninja Assassin" in review and some final pre-release interviews. Kat Dennings confirmed for "Thor." Full "Crisis on Two Earths" DVD details. Also, new "Heroes" and "Scott Pilgrim" images.
"Superman" in "a weird place." Has "Thor" found his Warriors Three? "Hack/Slash" gets a new writer. Also, "Heroes" clips of Thanksgiving, "Losers" talk, "Spider-Man 4" scuttle and more.
"Heroes" loses one of its original faces! Ed Norton has "nothing new" to report on the state of the Hulk. Michael Shanks talks about Hawkman's flight into "Smallville." All this, and much more.
"Sin City" sequel to begin filming in 2010? "Thor" is looking for another castmember. Clips from Monday's "Heroes." All this, plus Ridley Scott talks "Alien" prequel and "Dune" searches for a new director.
"Spider-Man" musical delayed! "Smallville" takes a trip to "Kandor." "Heroes" travels to its own halcyon past. Also, a spurious rumor dissected with special guest, the Lizard, and more.
NBC has released a promotional photo for the November 11 episode of "Heroes," which features Hiro traveling through time in order to save Charlie, the girl he loved and then lost at the villainous hands of Sylar.
Is 2010 the year "Spawn" makes contact? "Scott Pilgrim" director explains the "Winstead Effect." Characters added and deleted on "Heroes." All this plus "Astro Boy" stills and more.
A "Heroes" clip extravaganza! Bendis updates on "Powers" TV series. Brent Anderson to make "The Living and the Dead." "Spider-Man" musical finds money to continue on.
A "Heroes" kiss to break the Internet! Hugh Jackman and Katie Couric talk "Wolverine 2." Current "Flash" writer says "all systems go!" All this, plus "Predators" casting, "Losers" set photo and more.
In this exclusive video set-visit, CBR News talks with actors Zachary Quinto, Robert Knepper, Ray Park and Dawn Olivieri about the fourth season of “Heroes” and give you a tour of the carnival set!
Mark Millar addresses "Superman" rumors. "Surrogates" interviews ahead of opening day. Advance review of "Smallville." All this, plus "Heroes" and "Scott Pilgrim."
The stars of the new season of "Heroes," Ray Park and Robert Knepper talk to CBR about their roles on the hit NBC series, what it's like working with the existing cast, and their fears of possibly getting killed off down the line.
NBC has provided CBR with six video previews of “Orientation/Jump, Push, Fall,” the two-hour fourth season premiere of “Heroes.” The episode airs September 21 at 8pm on NBC. Check 'em out!
"Green Hornet" gets a villain! "Preacher" continues his march to God and theaters. All this, plus "Heroes" clips, "Smallville" interviews, and "Transformers 3."
The stars of NBC's "Heroes," Masi Oka and Hayden Panettiere talk about college life, terminal illness, the shorter season, and one particular character's tendency to die at every season's end.
DC Entertainment changes "Wonder Woman." Director Edgar Wright still en route to "Ant Man." WB cuts lose "He-Man." All this, new "Heroes" stills and "Hancock 2."
"Tintin" directors in bowler hats! "Tamara Drewe" becomes a major drama. Matt Hawkins talks out his "Alibi." All this, plus "Heroes" casting news, "Smallville," and more.
A Hero falls for "Redemption." Possible "Superman" director continues his public audition. "Hancock 2" gets a writing duo. All this, plus more "Losers" set photos and "Scott Pilgrim."
"Wolverine" makes the move to Japan! "Jonah Hex" henchman speaks! "Kick-Ass" soon to find a distributor! All this plus "Heroes," a word with War Machine, "Cowboys ad Aliens," and early "Joe" 2 buzz.
Kato arrives to "The Green Hornet" and brings a frakkin' friend. James Kyson Lee of "Heroes" talks all things Ando and Major Zod knows he wants people to kneel.
New "Heroes" villain Robert Knepper talks up the show. Meanwhile, the "G.I. Joe" press machine rolls into release day and the kids of "Kick-Ass" speak out. All this, plus "the Losers" begin and more.
"Heroes" attempts redemption in its fourth season preview. Meanwhile, "Iron Man 2" director contemplates IMAX and 3-D and "Wanted 2" gears up for filming. All this plus early G.I. Joe reviews and more.
The cast and crew of “Heroes” swung by Comic-Con International in San Diego with some very special guest stars to answer fans' questions and preview clips from the new season. Plus, they took us on a trip to the circus!
With the remake of “Nightmare On Elm Street” currently in production, CBR spoke with the original Freddy Kruger, esteemed actor Robert Englund, about the new film, as well as his storied career, and life after Freddy.
New photos from the set of Kick-Ass! Brian Azzarello suggests "100 Bullets" as a feature. Meanwhile, Edgar Wright still likes "Ant Man." All this plus some "Heroes" Comic-Con information and more in the Comic Reel.
Season 3 of "Heroes" is complete, and writers/producers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coliete join us for the final in this run of CBR's BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, where they answer your questions!
CBR brings you not one, not two, but three video previews of "An Invisible Thread," next week's season finale of "Heroes." And there's still time to send your questions to BEHIND THE ECLIPSE. Click here for details.
"Heroes" writers Aron Coliete & Joe Pokaski are back to talk about last week’s episode, “1961,” and discuss the origins of “banana,” the importance of socks, and more on the formation of the Company.
With a new episode of "Heroes" on tonight, writers/producers Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski take us BEHIND THE ECLIPSE to talk about monsters, 1961, Mr. Muggles, the Heroes’ pets, and answer your questions.
"Heroes" writers/producers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coliete take us BEHIND THE ECLIPSE to find out more about zombies, werewolves and Mr. Muggles, oh my! Plus images from the next episode, "1961."
It’s the Baby Touch-And-Go edition pf BTE with Joe Pokaski and Aron Coliete, who answer all your questions about the youngest of “Heroes'” cast, the end of Tracy, breaking rules and the return of the helix.
Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski are back to answer your questions in this week’s edition of BEHIND THE CLIPSE, in which we find out more about 1961, Joe Pokaski’s next episode of “Heroes,” and the villainous Samson Grey.
CBR goes BEHIND THE ECLIPSE once again with Joe Pokaski and Aron Coliete to discuss Twitter, Rebel’s motives and the name of Volume Five of “Heroes.” And as always, your questions!
"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."
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.
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.
CBR's exclusive question-and-answer session with "Heroes" writers Aron Coleite & Joe Pokaski, BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, returns just in time for tonight's new episode of the NBC series, "Trust and Blood."