Batman Begins 2, Magdalena, Teen Titans, Smallville: October 25th Comic Reel Wrap

Tue, October 25th, 2005 at 12:00am PDT

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Hannibal Tabu, Columnist

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BATMAN BEGINS 2

According to Empire Online, director Christopher Nolan talked about his meeting with Warner Brothers exec Jeff Robinov. "I have marched into his office and I have told him what David Goyer and I think the story is, and they seem to like it a lot. I think the success of Batman Begins, in my terms, in it being a film that I wanted it to be, is very much due to a collaboration with the studio. It wasn't really one or the other telling the other what it should be, so I think he's poking fun."

Meanwhile, Batman-On-Film has a tidbit about Nolan and Goyer time commitments, a rumored release date (June 20, 2008), and signing up any prospective actors for the Joker and Harvey Dent for nothing less than a two picture deal.

MAGDALENA

According to this press release, "producers Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, chairman of Platinum Studios ... and Gale Anne Hurd ... announced today that they are developing Top Cow's spiritually themed comic book character 'Magdalena' as a feature film. Kevin Taft, who recently signed a writing deal for New Line Cinema's 'Alone,' has been tapped to pen the script."

TEEN TITANS

Comics Continuum has an update on the next four new episodes of the hit Cartoon Network series, with episode descriptions and titles.

SMALLVILLE

Kryptonsite has a trio of things to share today, including a new network description of the "Dukes of Hazzard" reunion episode "Exposed," photos which show both the reunited actors and a lot of Erica Durance and fresh spoilers showing the title for a January episode, the season's eleventh.

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