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Smallville, Pencilneck, Iron Man: April 3rd Comic Reel Wrap

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Smallville, Pencilneck, Iron Man: April 3rd Comic Reel Wrap


Kryptonsite has the big news today: there’s an open letter from show runners Al Gough and Miles Millar, noting that they will not be back with the show in season eight.


According to the Hollywood Reporter, Victor Carungi’s comic is the latest acquisition for Benderspink to develop as a feature film. Carungi self-published the title under his Paper Street imprint.


CBR News has an interview with actor Terrance Howard about his role as Jim Rhodes.

In other news, the armor was on display at the CTIA 2008 show in Las Vegas. This helped showcase the $2,000 18-karat gold “Iron Man” phone (thanks to Kenneth Butler for tipping us off to that one).


There’s new photos from the Guillermo del Toro-helmed sequel at Yahoo! Movies. A trailer is expected today.


Sci Fi Wire has the story about NBC’s new schedule, which will bring back the hit NBC series, but the “Origins” spin off is officially dead.


When you’re driving down the road and see Optimus Prime on the 405 (like one scooper at Superhero Hype did), does that mean you should take the next exit?

The Sedona Film Commission lists the sequel as an upcoming production in their municipality.


Superhero Hype reports that the fast-paced film will be featured at the end of the Tribeca Film Festival on May 3rd.


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