The latest rumor from IESB is that “a reliable source tells the IESB that the character of Donald Blake has been added to the end of the script. Let me reiterate that he wasn’t there before, the script was set entirely in the land of the Norse Gods. The introduction of the character is essential to how Marvel will tie Thor into ‘The Avengers’ that is set in contemporary Tony Stark/Hulk timeframe. It explains how the actual ‘Thor’ film will be set in the ancient time of the Norse Gods and how they will subsequently bring the character into a modern time with Donald Blake discovering the magical Norse hammer Mjolnir and turning into Thor.”
Directed by Kenneth Branagh, release date July 16, 2010.
Writer Geoff Johns spoke to Wizard Magazine about the next episode, revealing some spoilers captured by Kryptonsite.
Meanwhile, the trailer is on YouTube …
Next episode January 15, 2009, “Legion.”
According to Variety, Myriad Pictures is reteaming with comic book publisher Studio 407 to bring the horror series to the big screen. This marks the second title produced under Studio 407’s first-look deal with Myriad — the first being the comic book “Hybrid,” which is tentatively scheduled to begin production later this year.
No release date announced.
There’s new artwork from the manga adaptation at the official website for Imagi.
Directed by David Bowers, release date October 23rd, 2009.
Superhero Hype has embedded the second issue text about powers into a flash file for your online viewing.
Release date February 6, 2009, starring Chris Evans, Djimon Housou, Dakota Fanning and more.
PAT HINGLE RIP
Many media sources are reporting the death of actor Pat Hingle, best known for playing Commissioner James Gordon in four Batman films (“Batman,” “Batman Returns,” “Batman Forever” and “Batman & Robin”). At age 84, he died after a battle with blood cancer.
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