SDCC: Marvel: Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends Panel
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"The Amazing Spider-Man" star Emma Stone spoke with CBR News about what to expect from her portrayal of interpretation of Gwen Stacy in director Marc Webb's upcoming reboot.
"Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" star Reeve Carney discusses the retooled Broadway musical and connecting with an audience as Peter Parker.
Top Cow Productions CEO Mark Silvestri revealed that tentative plans for a film based on "The Darkness" include an origin story and an R rating.
Following numerous changes including a revised book by writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, CBR takes a look at the revamped Broadway musical and compares it to the troubled original.
CBR News speaks with Gearbox Software's Brian Cozzens about the upcoming video game from Sega based on the Fox film franchise.
CBR's Adam Rosenberg calls Matthew Vaughn's "X-Men: First Class" an example of "what happens to a superhero movie when you strip away the blockbuster budget and allow the filmmaker to simply tell a story."
In an exclusive interview, "X-Men: First Class" director Matthew Vaughn discusses his "James Bond meets X-Men" take on the franchise, his plans for a potential sequel and more.
"Green Lantern" star Ryan Reynolds admitted it was Hal Jordan's "rage and purpose" which drew him to the film, promised plenty of action and name-dropped a few other Lanterns when asked about potential sequels.
The Amazing Spider-Man and Spiderman 2099 collide in a Peter David-penned story for the Beenox-developed, Activision-published "Spider-Man: Edge of Time".
Blake Lively revealed she landed her "Green Lantern" role in part because the darker edge she displayed in "The Town" may be key for stories to come, as she hinted at an appearance by Star Sapphire in potential sequels.
WonderCon in San Francisco was "Green Lantern" central Friday evening as DC Entertainment CCO Geoff Johns took to the stage with stars Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively to show off new footage and discuss the upcoming feature film.
CBR News attended Hasbro's Collector-Fan Media Day at the NYC Toy Fair and came away with news on Comic-Con exclusives, "Revenge of the Jedi" collectors packs, "Thor" and "Captain America" figures and more.
Director Robert Schwentke and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura describe the process of moving from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner’s dark comic book miniseries to the light-hearted ensemble action comedy that is “RED."
Veteran actor John Malkovich spoke with reporters about "RED," the important role costuming plays in his process as an actor and director Robert Schwentke’s similarities to acclaimed filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen.
"Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker is yanked into the world of covert ops as the fish out of water character in "RED," the big screen adaptation of the Warren Ellis/Cully Hamner DC Comics/Wildstorm miniseries.
Veteran actor Morgan Freeman discussed working on the movie adaptation of DC Comics' "RED," the challenges of making an action movie at his age, the likelihood of returning to the stage and working with Bruce Willis.
Celebrating the movie's tenth anniversary, writer/director M. Night Shyamalan took to the NYCC stage to discuss the origins of "Unbreakable," describe the film that might have been and discuss the possible sequel.
Academy Award winning actor Helen Mirren spoke with the press and revealed the inspiration behind finding the voice for her "RED" character, her biggest problem in filming her scenes involving guns and more.
Artist and series co-creator Cully Hamner and editor Ben Abernathy discussed the past, present and future of "RED," in both it's comic book and film forms, in front of an audience during their NYCC panel.
"RED" co-stars Bruce Willis and Karl Urban spoke about working together on the Summit Entertainment adaptation of the DC Comics title, the ambitiousness of the film and filming a rather painful fight scene.