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Is everything ship-shape in Sparta? Also, Superman Brandon Routh would love to fly again. All this plus denials, conjecture, spy shots, changes in "Watchmen" the Director's Cut and more in the Comic Reel.
Appearing at Meltdown Comics last night, Grant Morrison and Clive Barker discussed the unacknowledged bondage of Wonder Woman, the altered state of creativity, and the progression of “The If.”
Jessica Biel is coming on to "Thor?" Meanwhile, "Jonah Hex" comic writer Justin Gray gets facetime with actor Josh Brolin. All this plus release date changes, spoiler-worthy reports, and more in the Comic Reel.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Begins? A seven hour pitch for "Thor?" An ultimate "Y: The Last Man?" "Dead of Night" straight to DVD? All these questions and more as the Comic Reel ponders just who is in charge here.
With great action sequences, but a thin story, “Terminator Salvation” -- starring Christian Bale and Sam Worthington -- finally reveals, with surprising reality, the Future War of the Machines.
Anton Yelchin, Bryce Dallas Howard, Moon Bloodgood, and Common tell CBR News about shooting the new Terminator film, doubling up on summer movies, and the role of technology in their lives.
Director McG and screenwriters Michael Ferris and Jon Brancato tell CBR News about the challenges in returning not just the Terminator to movie screens, but also John Connor.
“Terminator Salvation’s” new cyborg Sam Worthington talks about his job as an actor, his role in the McG film, and his upcoming role in a remake of “Clash of the Titans.”
Actor Christian Bale talks to CBR News about “Terminator Salvation,” working with the film’s director, and why Christopher Nolan will not tell him anything about the next Batman movie.
CBR News reveals a look at the forthcoming film “Dead of Night" with a production photo taken at the New Orleans set of the Brandon Routh-starring film based on the Italian Dylan Dog comics.
“X-Men Origins: Wolverine” combines a great character with a fun movie not without its problems, but ultimately succeeds as reviewer Erik Amaya notes film goers will come away with “a desire…to see another X-Men picture.”
Directed by Ray Griggs, the parody "Super Capers” features misguided heroes and misguided filmmaking, with derivative characters and plots, some of which strain the definition of "homage."
Screenwriter David Hayter, actor Matthew Goode and illustrator Dave Gibbons talk to CBR about the "Watchmen" film's biggest departure from the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons graphic novel.
“Watchmen” screenwriters David Hayter and Alex Tse talk with CBR News about the long and harrowing journey to bring Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' classic graphic novel to film -- faithfully.
Zack Snyder talks to CBR News about the reception his previous films received, how he hopes “Watchmen” will be similarly welcomed, and the scene he intends to restore to the film in the ultimate DVD version.
CBR talks to "Watchmen" illustrator Dave Gibbons about his the new film adaptation, what role he played in its production and merchandising, and whether writer Alan Moore will ever see it.
CBR's series of interviews with the cast of “Watchmen" continues with Malin Akerman and Patrick Wilson, who talk about their deeply human characters; in and out of costume.
CBR News talk to "Watchmen" producers Lawrence Gordon, Deborah Snyder and Lloyd Levin about the graphic novel's long journey to the screen, the violent nature of the material, and the harshly practical world of Hollywood.
CBR's Erik Amaya turns in this review of the most anticipated superhero movie ever, saying Zack Snyder’s shockingly faithful adaptation of “Watchmen” offers a great deal to fans of the original novel and first time movie goers alike.
Debuting 3/3 is "Angel of Death," a hitman-with-conscience live action web series written by comics superstar Ed Brubaker, starring Zoe Bell & Doug Jones. CBR checked out the first four installments.