Filming took place in downtown Los Angeles, and the LA Downtown News was on hand to cover it (and reveal some possible spoilers).
Meanwhile, Digital Fusion ("LA's premiere digital photographic rental & post-production facility") talks about their work on Ol' Web Head's costume on this page.
Finally, Daniel P. Ferreira, Senior Technical Director at Sony Imageworks, has started doing R&D for The Sandman, according to his web site.
TV Guide has an interview with actress Erica Durance, who hints at who won't be getting the axe in the series' 100th episode.
In other news, the Ventura County Star (registration required) talked to actor Michael Rosenbaum about tonight's "Lexmas" episode. "When I first read page 1 of the script and the title, 'Lexmas,'" I almost vomited," Rosenbaum said. "I didn't want to be the first Christmas story. I didn't want to be some bald guy in a Santa suit. I kept reading and I couldn't put it down."
According to Variety (subscription required), Timur Bekmambetov, whose sci-fi actioner "Night Watch" was a Russian box office sensation, has inked his first deal to helm an English-lingo pic, Mark Millar's "Wanted," set up with Universal.
There's three new photos from the set of the Spike TV series starring Kirk Jones and executive produced by David Goyer.
BATMAN BEGINS 2
There's new casting rumors at Batman-On-Film, including the idea that actor Sam Rockwell is campaigning for the role of the Joker, and that "Capote" actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has been discussed as the Penguin.
V FOR VENDETTA
According to this site, composer Dario Marianelli is hard at work on the score for the Alan Moore adaptation in the depths of London's AIR Studios.
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