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MARV Films has provided CBR with the first images of Aaron Johnson as the eponymous star of "Kick-Ass," the new Matthew Vaughn film based on the hit comic book by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.
CBR's Jeffrey Renaud visited the set of Matthew Vaughn's film adaptation of Mark Millar & John Romita, Jr.'s ICON miniseries "Kick-Ass," and turned in this brief update in advance of the forthcoming full, in-depth report.
Mark Millar and Peter Gross bring back their series "Chosen" as "American Jesus," this time with Image Comics, part one of a planned trilogy with a "Second Coming" and feature film to follow.
Mark Millar and Tony Harris' creator-owned Image Comics miniseries "War Heroes" has been optioned for motion picture development by producer Steve DeLuca, who oversaw films including "21" and "Seven."
In this final installment of CBR TV's interview with "War Heroes" creators Mark Millar & Tony Harris, the pair discuss Stan Lee's influence on the project, its cast of characters, and update fans on Millar's movie projects.
In support of their creator- owned Image miniseries "War Heroes," creators Mark Millar & Tony Harris undertook an exhaustive tour of the United States, stopping in Hollywood to sit down with CBR for an on-camera interview.
When he's not making movies with Brangelina, he's busy plotting and planning his hotly rumored reboot of the Superman film franchise. Mark Millar talks to CBR about turning Hollywood into Millarworld.
Mark Millar will in 2009 write "Ultimate Avengers," a new ongoing series featuring not just the heroes of his and Bryan Hitch's "Ultimates," but the entire Ultimate universe. We spoke with Millar about the project.
Big column this week as word on a new DC books emerge, word on troubles at Virgin Comics, complications for iPhone comics, notes from the Millar/Harris "War Heroes" tour, what happened to "Elektra/Wolverine: The Redeemer" and more.
Lots to cover this week including what Mark Millar actually didn't say, what Mark Bagley's project after "Trinity" may be, one prominent creator talks about the changes to Bart Allen, could a Loeb/Silvestri project be in the works and much more.
Next year, Mark Millar, one of the original architects of Marvel Comics' Ultimate line, returns to the Ultimate Universe with a brand new series. CBR News spoke with Millar about his new book.
An independent comic property has a record-setting opening weekend? It's true, as the Top Cow adaptation takes a spot in the top 10 biggest-opening R-rated films. CBR breaks down the relevant numbers.
With two reviews -- one to read if you love the comic and one to read if you've never read it -- CBR takes a close look at "Wanted," the new film based on the Top Cow comic by Mark Millar and JG Jones.
The antagonist of "Wanted," Thomas Kretschmann talks about his role in the Top Cow/Mark Millar/JG Jones adaptation, as well as upcoming projects and his harrowing real-life escape from East Germany.
Superstar comic book writer Mark Millar checks in with CBR News before attending the debut of "Wanted," and updates us on the status of the film version of his and John Romita Jr.'s Icon title, "Kick-Ass."
CBR News speaks with the "Wanted" director about the differences between the film and its Mark Millar/JG Jones source material, action movies with messages, and the return of the “Hard-R” to the summer film season.
UPDATED: Four years ago, "Youngblood: Bloodsport" #1 made a huge splash on the comics scene. Issue 2 never arrived. This September, Mark Millar and series creator Rob Liefeld return to finish what they started.
CBR News recently talked to Common about his role in the upcoming “Wanted” feature film. The actor also talked to us about his role in “Terminator: Salvation” and addressed all of those “Justice League” rumors.
CBR talks to James McAvoy about his role in the new film “Wanted,” based on the comic by Mark Millar & JG Jones. He told us of his days as a candymaker, the stunt he cannot believe he was allowed to do, and post-modern depression.
Augie likes what he sees in Millar & McNiven's “Wolverine.” Plus, what's going on with Chuck Dixon? What is with TokyoPop's new publishing format? How is DC Comics like Yahoo? And what is Valiant's marketing misstep. And a ton more.
On sale now is "Marvel 1985" #1, a labor of love by Mark Millar and Tommy Lee Edwards, who speak with CBR News about the long awaited project, its personal meaning to them, and what clues as to its villain can be found throughout the Marvel Universe.
Rich has big news for "Doctor Who" fans: which critically acclaimed prose & comics author may be writing and episode? Rich has details, plus Speculation Corner, the Swipe file and more. Wait, what's that? The traffic lights are back! UPDATED
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Michael Turner's variant cover of "Wolverine" #66. On sale June 11, the eight-part arc marks the first reunion of artist Steve McNiven with writer Mark Millar since "Civil War."
Rich Johnston was at the "Iron Man" premiere in London and reports from the red carpet with...an iron!?! It's the photo gallery you have to see, plus a review. But that's not all -- come on in for more from this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS! UPDATED!
Universal Studios showed off their two big comic book movies for the summer to fans at NYCC. Ron Perlman, Guillermo del Toro, Mike Mignola, Selma Blair and some monsters stopped by...