Superman, Ghost Rider, Sky High, Zoom: The Comic Reel Wrap for April 27th

Wed, April 27th, 2005 at 12:00am PDT

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Hannibal Tabu, Columnist

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SUPERMAN

There's a new video blog over at BlueTights.net showing director Bryan Singer looking over Kent farm footage back in Sydney, and talking about shooting the film digitally.

GHOST RIDER

Speaking of Australia, Superhero Hype has another set report from Melbourne, which talks about the lead establishing character's stunt cyclist history and catching a glimpse of Nicolas Cage.

SKY HIGH

Coming Soon has a new poster for the Disney film based on the idea of a super powered high school. How "Intimate!"

ZOOM

Speaking of training a new generation of metahumans, Variety is reporting that "Friends" alum Courtney Cox has signed on to the adaptation of Jason Lethcoe's graphic novel "Zoom's Academy for the Super Gifted," playing government scientist Marsha.

SMALLVILLE

Sticking with the theme of teens powered beyond mortal kids, Kryptonsite has a promotional poster for the season finale, which will also promote some small art film the company is doing with Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan ...

SPIDER-MAN 3

Moviehole talked toactor Willem Defoe about whether or not he expected to be back for another swing at Peter Parker. "I like Sam a lot," Defoe said. "I'm not floating a balloon but I would guess that if he'd ask me to do something, I'd probably do something, but you know I feel patient. If there's something for me to do, I'd probably be here but if not it just means it doesn't make sense to be the Goblin anymore."

DEAD OF NIGHT

Platinum Studios has hired "Sahara" screenwriters Joshua Oppenheimer and Tom Donnelly to write its upcoming comic book adaptation "Dead of Night," based on the Italian comic series "Dylan Dog."

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY

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