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Editor Lee Smith and First Assistant Editor John Lee discuss exclusively with CBR their task of bringing Christopher Nolan’s Batman epic to the IMAX screen, and confirm once and for all that Heath Ledger completed all his work for the film.
Members of the Upright Citizens Brigade performed round 1 of their superhero debate show at Los Angeles comics shop Meltdown, with round 2 set for tonight at the UCB Theatre.
Fan-favorite performer Bruce Campbell talks to CBR about his distinguished career including the new season of "Burn Notice" and his directorial debut with "My Name Is Bruce."
Actors Jeffrey Donovan and Bruce Campbell talk to CBR News about the second season of their hit USA series about a disgraced spy, "Burn Notice," featuring new cast member Tricia Helfer of "Battlestar Galactica."
In a 1-on-1 chat with CBR, Oscar-winning cinematographer Guillermo Navarro talks about "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" as well as his "Pan's Labyrinth" experience and what it's like collaborating with Guillermo del Toro.
The “Iron Man” villain gives CBR News the scoop on the film's hidden comic book references, his possible return for the sequel, and his role as a federation Captain in J.J. Abraham’s forthcoming “Star Trek.”
"Spider-Man 3" and "Superman Returns" VFX artist Alp Altiner talks to CBR about his new creator-owned book, “Team 14,” and what it’s like to work on some of the biggest comics films of all time, with rarely seen production artwork.
Ethan Van Sciver talks about his work on this months “Justice League of America” #20, next summer's highly awaited “Green Lantern: The Blackest Night” and his desire to fix Plastic Man.
Directors Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett talk to CBR News about their new film, "Nim's Island," and what it's like to work with Jodie Foster, and why "300" star Gerard Butler is so good that they had to cast him twice.
Avatar Press' Editor-in-Chief William Christensen talks about the free web-comic "FreakAngels", "Gravel" and working with Alan Moore.
Ricky Purdin from "Wizard" and Adam Tracy from "Toyfare" talk about the comic related films that Hollywood, including a look at the new "Speed Racer" trailer.
Executive producers Seth Green and Matthew Senreich talk about the upcoming season, future "Star Wars" parodies and working with Burt Reynolds.
Aspen's all-stars gather to talk the future of "Soulfire", the return of "Fathom" and the health of Michael Turner
The director of "Horton Hears a Who!," Jimmy Hayward talks to CBR News about adapting the Dr. Seuss classic, CGI animation, his cast of comedy all-stars, and the film's anime sequence.
With "Jumper" in cinemas now, director Doug Liman talks one-on-one with CBR's Jami Philbrick about the new film, its Oni Press tie-in "Jumper: Jumpscars," and Liman's revival of "Knight Rider."
Writer and 20th Century Fox executive Jeff Katz talks about the new "Booster Gold" storyline "Blue & Gold," as well as his feeling's about "Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash" and his work on the upcoming "Wolverine" and "The A-Team" films.
Director Matt Ogens & producer Charlie Gruet talk to CBR News about their documentary "Confessions Of A Superhero," which follows the lives of the strange, real-life costumed characters who populate Hollywood Blvd.
Veteran film editor Jon Poll discusses with CBR his directorial debut, the Robert Downey, Jr. starring "Charlie Bartlett," working with the future Iron Man, and editing the original "Captain America" movie.
The "Alien vs. Predator: Requiem" directors Greg and Colin Strause talk with CBR News in a 2-on-1 interview about their new movie, creating the Predalien and the sequel they wanted to direct that got away.