300, Rex Mundi, Smallville, Fantastic Four: September 21st Comic Reel Wrap

Thu, September 21st, 2006 at 12:00am PDT

TV/Film
Hannibal Tabu, Columnist

Send This to a Friend

Separate multiple email address with commas.

You must state your name.

You must enter your email address.

300

Many readers (including Chaz Ervin and Pablo Eekman) wrote in to point out that a new trailer for the Frank Miller adaptation has found its way to the web. The footage was removed from iFilm during the night, and may bounce around a bit today.

REX MUNDI

First reported here at CBR (but also in that teensy publication called the Los Angeles Times, registration required), Jim Uhls, who wrote the screenplay for Fight Club, will adapt the Arvid Nelson/EricJ creation as a vehicle for Johnny Depp to star in and produce. Depp would play Dr. Julian Sauniere.

SMALLVILLE

Kryptonsite has new images of Justin Hartley in costume as the Emerald Archer, as well as an image gallery of shots from the second episode of the season, "Sneeze." The site also has a number of fresh spoilers from episodes spanning the new year break.

Meanwhile, their archenemies at Devoted to Smallville posted a Windows Media file showing actor Tom Welling letting slip a show spoiler.

FANTASTIC FOUR

The Marvel website has a description of and images from the fourth episode of the animated series, "Hard Knocks."

HEROES

Looking for a review of the pilot? Oh, we've got that here at CBR.

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY

Here's where you get in on the action. Did you see a link we didn't catch? Have you snuck into a closed movie set, and have inside data? Maybe your cousin is dating somebody who knows something, and they had to tell you? Whatever it is, we wanna know it all -- fire off an email and let us know whether you want your name used or your contributions to geekdom to go down anonymously. Broadcasting live from Los Angeles, this is novelist/karaoke host/all-around lunatic Hannibal Tabu saying thanks for your time and indulgence, I kind of went nuts in today's fresh comics reviews (as well as a MySpace blog starting with "Grey's Anatomy" and ending on theories of heterosexual gender relations) and [tagline sent back to development hell until something hipper can be dreamed up].

 
CBR News