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Artist and series co-creator Cully Hamner and editor Ben Abernathy discussed the past, present and future of "RED," in both it's comic book and film forms, in front of an audience during their NYCC panel.
Scripts for "The Flash" and Green Lantern 2" are expected to hit Warner Bros. by Christmas, with the Flash script rumored to be based on Geoff Johns' take on the character. SPINOFF has details.
Now that we know that Zack Snyder will be directing the new Superman movie, David Goyer has written the script and General Zod is likely the villain, SPINOFF asks what remains to be revealed.
The CW has released information about and video teaser for the upcoming 200th landmark episode of "Smallville," featuring James Marsters as Braniac 5 and a potential glimpse of Clark as Superman.
"RED," the latest love letter to action and caper films of a bygone era, features strong performances from a cast of Oscar notables and an adaptation that expands the world far beyond the comic upon which it is based.
"Wonder Woman" is set to return to television with "Ally McBeal" producer David E. Kelley developing the series. The Amazon last appeared on network television from 1975 to 1979 with Lynda Carter in the role.
Actress Keri Lynn Pratt becomes the latest DC Universe character to migrate to the small screen's version of Superman as a feisty foil for Clark Kent on the run from the assassin Deadshot in tonight's "Smallville."
Christopher Nolan has confirmed that he is on board to direct the next installment of the Batman series, a franchise he resurrected with "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight." SPINOFF has details.
Warner Bros. has filed another round of motions in its increasingly nasty legal battle with the families of Superman’s creators, and their attorney Marc Toberoff and ROBOT 6 has all the details.
Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman arrive on Apokalips in this new clip from Warner Bros and DC Entertainment's "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse," arriving September 28, 2010.
With Warner Bros reportedly days away from publicly releasing new plans for DC Comics, SPINOFF wonders whether the announcements will be too little, too late.
Warner Home Video and DC Entertainment have released a new film clip and screenshots from the September 28 releasing "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" direct to DVD animated feature.
CBR has an exclusive look at the "Watchmen" film that could have been as production designer Dominic Watkins shares his and Paul Greengrass' early concepts for a more realistic, modern version of the superhero classic.
While Christopher Reeve will forever be the Man of Steel in the minds of movie fans worldwide, Clint Eastwood has revealed that prior to Reeves' casting, Dirty Harry himself was offered the role of Superman.
The cast and crew of "Sucker Punch" spoke at Comic-Con International, discussing the empowerment of their fight training, director Zack Snyder's approach to filmmaking and the decision to shoot the movie in 2D.
Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV's Jonah Weiland about his new Image Comics imprint, Collider Entertainment, his involvement with Warner Bros. Green Lantern movie, and his new creator owned title, "Stringers."
With the Green Lantern film in production and a panel in San Diego to promote it, Warner Bros. also brought out the dead to get fans excited with the Harlow Designs created Abin Sur corpse on display at the WB booth.
Ahead of today’s big Warner Bros. presentation at SDCC, the studio has released the official logo for the "Green Lantern" movie, a modified version of the one seen in last month's licensing announcements
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner has positively reviewed the new direct to DVD "Batman: Under The Red Hood" animated feature, calling the movie "an enjoyable, well-done superhero film...a solid bit of entertainment."
Director Chris Columbus is rumored to have been tapped by Warner Bros. to step behind the camera of the studios' latest relaunch of the Superman film franchise in 2012. SPINOFF has the details.
"Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" will be Warner Home Video's next direct to DVD and Blu-Ray animated feature release, featuring the voices of Tim Daly and Kevin Conroy in the titular roles.
"Jonah Hex" stars Josh Brolin and Megan Fox, along with director Jimmy Hayward and producer Andrew Lazar, spoke about adapting the character to the big screen, adding supernatural elements and pleasing the fans.
Writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with us about the time they spent on the set of the big budget Hex movie, Josh Brolin's performance and what the movie means to the future success of the DC Comics series.
Writers Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim have been hired to write a treatment for a "Green Lantern" sequel while production continues on the first film. They will also pen a new treatment for "The Flash."
SPINOFF ONLINE's Graeme McMillan highly anticipates the coming "Green Lantern" film, but wonders if the feature has somehow skipped to its own sequel. Read on and join the discussion.
We're still more than a year away from the release of the "Green Lantern" feature film, but Warner Bros. has unveiled an official logo and first promotional art for the highly anticipated movie and SPINOFF has the details.
CBR News spoke with writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray about the Jonah Hex original graphic novel, "No Way Back," the character's ongoing series, the forthcoming movie and much more.
The star of Broadway's current hit Green Day musical "American Idiot" and the "Arrested Development" funnyman enlist as Union army officers out for modern justice in June's "Jonah Hex" movie.
As Quentin Turnbull, the Southern rebel villain of "Jonah Hex," the acclaimed actor discusses his origins with the picture, his collaboration on set and the driving factors of his comic book villainy.
The star of the outlandish adaptation of DC Comics' scarred-up bounty hunter spoke with CBR about earning his spurs in "Jonah Hex," how they'll update the Western and what friends he brought along for the ride.
"The Losers," opening this Friday, is a pleasing mix of laughs and action. Equal parts caper-flick and revenge-picture, it recalls a time when action movies were meant to be fun instead of morose morality plays.
Warner Bros. has released a new image from "Jonah Hex." Directed by Jimmy Hayward and starring Josh Brolin as the titular character alongside Megan Fox and John Malkovich, the movie hits theaters on June 18.
Warner Bros is looking to secure the rights of the popular manga series "Bleach" with an eye toward a feature film. In Japan, the series has already spun-off into TV, animated features, and even rock musicals.
Warner Brothers has confirmed for CBR that the Ryan Reynolds-starring, Martin Campbell-directed "Green Lantern" film will bow in 3 Dimensions when it brings Hal Jordan to multiplexes next year.