Mania.com has an article focused on the women in the film. "It was a dream for me to get so wrapped up in this character," actress Eva Mendes said. "I mean how many times am I going to get to play a woman who’s been married 14 times and killed almost all of her husbands, and to play a jewel thief?"
Superhero Hype has a new video featurette showing director Frank Miller at work.
Starring Gabriel Macht, release date December 25, 2008.
There's a story at Jaunted talking about additional filming happening in Los Angeles.
Watchmen Comic Movie also has some leaked set photos.
Release date March 6, 2009.
We got an email from Ed at Toon Zone, pointing out a new video clip from the direct to DVD animated feature.
Release date January 27, 2009.
Speaking of animated films heading right to DVD, Ed's email also noted that Toon Zone has four more leaked photos from the project.
Starring Keri Russell, release date March 3, 2009.
According to ICv2, the Korean KBS TV network is reporting that the Korean production company SSD has signed an agreement with Fox TV Studios to work together to produce and distribute a live action TV series based on Tsukasa Hojo's manga.
Starring Chung Woo-sung, no release date announced.
You can get a good look at the Persuader in an the next futuristic episode.
Next episode: January 15, 2009, "Legion."
First not directing, now not involved at all? That's what actor Stephen Chow told The Associated Press. "If I direct 'The Green Hornet,' the superhero comedy will have to be delayed for two years," Chow said. "The timing might not be right for a superhero comedy in two years. And I want to make a movie based on an original idea."
Starring Seth Rogen, release date June 25, 2010.
I CAN'T WORK UNDER THESE CONDITIONS
There will be a work stoppage due to some holiday celebrated in the US around the time of Nimrod's Birthday. Look for the Comic Reel either Friday or Monday.
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