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Jack Black isn't getting sized up for a ring, the big dance number may be delayed, David Goyer talks merc-with-a-mouth, there's tons of news about the Bat in the Windy City, including a look at the Batsignal.
The Christopher Nolan-helmed production keeps moving on under intense Chi-town scruting, while Thomas Jane goes crate diving and Bruce Timm makes a call across the Atlantic.
Canada braces itself for the arrival of Warren Ellis, Tom Welling has some thinking to do, Ioan Gruffudd stretches out for his new role and more in today's summary.
Darkseid's coming to Kansas as military man, Jessica Biel brings down the house, we've got more shots of Batmobiles galore and there's gonna be one empty bed in Westchester come time for the next sequel ...
There's a new lord of Latveria, another actor leaves Austin, TX with smiles and stories, Bryan Singer goes shopping for actors, and would you like to see the Batmobile in action?
It's the amazing changing Kryptonian farm boy, alongside some casting notes for the graphic novel adaptation, reports from Chicago's version of Gotham, and Sanaa in action.
There goes the neighborhood -- Aaron McGruder is coming to TV, Frank Miller gets a release date, Frank Castle ain't quite dead yet, and Jessica Alba gets some spandex.
Fox still holds out for a comeback, Neil Gaiman fights the Hollywood monster, Affleck shows up and girls get their smooch on (sometimes with each other) in today's summary.
Fanboys everywhere shudder in their Underoos as Joel Schumacher returns to comic book movies, while the Bat makes an appearance on the web and Lana Lang grows up. UPDATED: Also, a WB leak suggests shooting times and locations in Chicago.
Will Eisner has faith, Bat-filming updates in the Windy City, Jesus wants a cape and Daniel Clowes gets cinematic again, all in today's summary.
Despite hurting feet and freezing hotel lobby air conditioning, bringing you data on the aftermath of the wrath of 'con, including Neil Gaiman directing and Larry Young getting a TV show.
With a face you'll remember and a heroine who's all new, 20th Century Fox brings the fictional franchise-melding fight to life.
Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez led an all-star panel, showing off some of the gritty big-screen "translation" to a capacity crowd. Rodriguez also shared word on "Madman."
In an eleventh-hour panel packed with star power, Marvel's first family gets their moment in the spotlight. Plus news on "Elektra!"
From the Spear of Destiny to "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure," fans were treated to a spoiler-heavy look at Vertigo's magical con man movie.
Lady Death is back in all of her incarnations, and the Comic Reel is on hand to get all the gory details.
"Teen Titans" go for broke, "Justice League" goes for strength in numbers, and "The Batman" goes for style points. Plus: zero information about "Hellboy 2." Warning: spoilers within!
The "Blade" helmer and the future Dr. Jonathan Crane sat down in front of a throng of fans to talk about the rebooting of the Bat franchise.
It's a good day for pale skinned macabre women, Don Murphy is the industry's biggest tease, and Warren Ellis quashes the rumors.
In today's round up, Lionel Luthor talks, you've got Marv, the Kryptonian's chronicled and that Cat may not be what you think ...