Wonder Woman, Fantastic Four 2, Superman Returns, Ultimate Avengers: October 31st

Mon, October 31st, 2005 at 12:00am PST

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Hannibal Tabu, Columnist

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WONDER WOMAN

In an interview with Suicide Girls, director Joss Whedon talks about updating Princess Diana's look. "We're definitely have a nicer look than that," Whedon said. "It will be the Wonder Woman silhouette, but the star spangled adult diapers are gone. Wonder Woman is going to have major special effects because she's Wonder Woman. Joel and I are very much on the same page about how big this movie is and what kind of movie it is. I'm not worried about any conflict there. But with Joel, he wakes up and there's conflict but it's the good kind. The kind that makes good movies."

FANTASTIC FOUR 2

Actor Chris Evans talked to Total Film, and he noted when the quartet would be in front of the cameras again. "We start next June. There'll definitely be new villains. They said something about Mole Man and The Puppet Master. I think they should bring Dr Doom back!"

SUPERMAN RETURNS

According to this Australian site, Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth and Brandon Routh were 3D scanned for digital doubles as a part of the production.

Meanwhile, comics creator Mark Waid talked to Monitor Duty about the footage he's been able to see. "I think it's going to be amazing," Waid said. "From what I've seen of the raw footage, they just GET IT. I mean, I really had goosebumps."

Finally, James Marsden talked to Newsweek about working on "Superman Returns" and "X-Men 3." Of his role in the former, he said, "[his character and Lois Lane] have a child together-and Superman comes back and sees the love of his life is moving on. That's basically all I can say. They make you sign these lengthy confidentiality agreements."

ULTIMATE AVENGERS

Comics Continuum has an update on the direct-to-DVD project, complete with character designs from co-director Steven Gordon, who also worked on the "X-Men: Evolution" series.

SMALLVILLE

Zap2It has a feature about the upcoming reunion of actors John Schneider and Tom Wopat. "That was a great idea [to pair them up]," says Tom Welling, who plays Clark. "They were like two kids in a candy store, being together. You could tell that a lot of the old gags came up again."

THE BATMAN/TEEN TITANS

There's updates on upcoming episodes of the hit animated series over at Comics Continuum, including two episodes of the Gotham-centric show and following the teen heroes all the way into December.

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