Is there trouble in paradise for the NBC series? Actor Greg Grunberg wrote in his Twitter feed, “Tough to say goodbye to crew not knowing if any or all of us will return next year.” Within three minutes he posted a follow up, saying, “Don’t get me wrong, #Heroes IS coming back next next year, but some crew take other jobs, so it’s tough.” Okay …
Herosite also has a new photo of “Smallville” vet John Glover in his new role on the show.
Next episode, “Shades of Gray,” March 9, 2009.
GREEN LANTERN: FIRST FLIGHT
We got an email from Brenden at The Blu Ray Blog, noting the new YouTube video focused on the animated feature.
Starring Christopher Meloni, release date: July 28, 2009.
CBR News checked out the Wondercon panel looking at the new animated series and provides some details about the show.
Scheduled to be released later this year.
Did you miss the Dr. Manhattan-centric character montage aired on NBC? No problem, you can check it out on their website.
Meanwhile, CBR News has a feature article with producers Lawrence Gordon, Lloyd Levin and Deborah Snyder.
Finally, Six Minutes to Midnight has been launched, which will show you a 10-minute long interactive trailer if you’ll just enter your name.
Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, release date March 6, 2009.
CBR News also has also has coverage of the Elijah Wood-fueled animated film.
Release date: September 9, 2009.
CBR’s own Rich Johnston noted that comics artist Jock (“The Losers”) has been contracted to design costumes for the ABC pilot.
No release date announced.
DEAD OF NIGHT
A report from IESB notes that actors Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington will reunite for the first time since “Superman Returns” in the “Dylan Dog” adaptation.
Directed by Kevin Monroe, release date: 2009.
How about some production stills from the next new episode? Thanks, Kryptonsite!
Next episode: “Infamous,” March 12, 2009.
SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD
Starring Michael Cera, release date: 2009.
KEEPING IT REEL
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