With two weeks left until Reed and the gang hit the silver screen, CBR leads the way with five collector’s covers from TV Guide. The official site has been updates with a 3D tour of called “Enter the Baxter,” while Yahoo! Movies has two new featurettes about the making of the movie. Finally, Superhero Hype has new production stills for your viewing.
Actress Peta Wilson has been cast in an unspecified role for the Bryan Singer-helmed production, according to an announcement on her official website.
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Variety (subscription required) is reporting that veteran character actor Paul Giamatti has signed with Sci Fi Channel to voice the lead character in the animated series pilot. Also in the Mike Mignola adaptation are David Hyde Pierce as Emperor Zombie, Molly Shannon as Patience the Vampire and Patton Oswalt as Mr. Groin.
Speculation about Halle Berry’s return to the platinum wig has been settled: Charity Folks has posted an auction where the winner can have lunch with the curvaceous Oscar winner on the set of the mutant-themed sequel.
This weekend brings the US debut of the really well-done episode “Question Authority,” written by Milestone vet Dwayne McDuffie and directed by Dan Riba. thrill to the sound of Clancy Brown as Lex Luthor, Jeffrey Combs as the Question, Amy Acker as The Huntress, J.K. Simmons as General Eiling, Dana Delany as Lois Lane, Chris Cox as Captain Atom and CCH Pounder as Amanda Waller, and check out some screen captures over at Comics Continuum.
Deep into the reported spoilers, Kryptonsite has a special feature on the comic book origins of two characters alleged to be appearing in the season premiere.
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