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"Cowboys & Aliens" poster teases the Internet! "Men in Black III" starts filming, but plans a holiday! "Afterburn" to be a motion picture! Also, "The Cape" come to NBC in January and more.
"Wolverine 2" finds a new title! "Youngblood" script still in the works! "Green Lantern" trailer preview! Also, "Thor" with "Tron," the "Dark Knight Rises" not entirely in IMAX, and more.
Zac Efron to take on "Akira"? John Cena as "Superman?" Andrew Garfield a "British fool"? Also, "Cowboy Ninja Viking" to be a motion picture, a good look at a HYDRA tank and more.
"Spider-Man" finds his uncle and maybe his aunt as well! Grant Morrison's TV show slows down development. Also, "Deadpool" writer talks character, new "Captain America" pics and more.
According to reports, The delay-plagued "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will now open in January instead of December 21 due to more work needed on the $60-million musical. ROBOT 6 has the details.
"Dredd" finds a US distributor! Robert Downey Jr. calls "The Avengers" script fantastic! Carpenter's "Darkchylde" test footage already exists! Also, no "Wolverine" for "First Class" and more.
U2 offered its rendition of their "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" musical anthem "Boy Falls From the Sky" on Sunday at a concert in Portugal, and the video has made it to the internet. ROBOT 6 has the footage.
"Spider-Man" Musical appears on TV with U2! Josh Brolin talks "Men in Black 3". Stanley Tucci on "Captain America's" Dr. Erksine. Also, an "illustrated" film based on "Hack/Slash" and more.
After debuting a song from "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark" on Good Morning America, director Julie Taymor unveiled several set designs and costumes for the Green Goblin and a new villain, Swiss Miss. ROBOT 6 has details.
"Doctor Strange" to be animated Pixar style? "Priest" trailer promises a warrior's return. Hit-Girl and Millar talk "Kick-Ass 2" Also, Josh Brolin admits flaws in "Jonah Hex" and more.
the first "Red" clip arrives. Young Charles Xavier reports to "First Class." Robert Schwentke to direct "R.I.P.D." Also, "Green Lantern" costume description, a look at the "Spider-Man" Musical and more.
Brandon Routh may test for "Superman," but Nolan brother may not direct. "Captain America" wants you to cut your hair and be extra in the film. Our final "Scott Pilgrim" update and more.
"The Avengers" assemble for filming in February. The ladies of "Scott Pilgrim" speak out. "Black Hole" loses David Fincher to a "Tattoo". Also,"Spider-Man" musical back on track and more.
Rosamund Pike a "First Class" White Queen? "Green Lantern" invades the Licensing Expo. "Scott Pilgrim" and his second TV spot. Also, a new Mary Jane for "Spider-Man" musical and more.
Batman is set to appear in his own touring production, currently called "Batman Live." Produced with the people behind "Walking With Dinosaurs," the show is to be written by Alan Burnett and Stan Berkowitz.
"Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark," the Broadway bound musical powered by U2's Bono and the Edge, has secured its financing and named actor Reeve Carney as Spider-Man/Peter Parker.
Evan Rachel Wood & Alan Cumming will star in "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," with music and lyrics by U2, written by Julie Taymor and Glen Berger and directed by Julie Taymor.
Sylar's getting back to work, Mary Jane's looking for a duet partner, Edgar Wright's quite the shutterbug while Marvel's Kevin Feige has a lot to say on a lot of topics and more in today's news summary.
It's an insanely slow news day as Michael Cera continues his battle for love, Hal Jordan finds a sense of direction and Lara Croft looks for the fountain of youth in today's news summary.
Singing super villains, Duke and the team get digital, Chuck D contemplates celluloid alongside news about "Wolverine," "Smallville," "Astro Boy" and more in the week's first news summary.
Seth Rogen may have found some direction, Clark Kent's hanging around, you will believe a man can sing, plus news on "Brave & The Bold," "Heroes," "Iron Man" and "Green Lantern."