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Transformers 2, Spider-Man 4, Smallville: March 25th Comic Reel

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Transformers 2, Spider-Man 4, Smallville: March 25th Comic Reel

TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN

Screenwriter Roberto Orci’s been talking, and Slashfilm has been listening. Apparently, Orci and partner Alex Kurtzman think it’s “time for fresh blood” with the just-announced third movie. “The main reason we would move on is because we risk getting stale and comfortable. If you only sing one song for too long, you miss the opportunity to sing news songs. We’ll see.” In more current news, the voice of The Fallen may just be “Star Trek” legend Leonard Nimoy. “I actually talked to him about it, given the odd coincidence that he is [director] Michael Bay’s cousin through marriage, but fan outcry has also put [Frank] Welker [who voiced Megatron and Soundwave, among other classic characters] in the running.”

Starring Shia Lebeouf, release date: June 24, 2009.

SPIDER-MAN 4

Mania.com has an unconfirmed rumor that Carnage and Electro will be troubling the web-spinner in the next movie.

Starring Tobey Maguire, release date: May 6, 2011.

SMALLVILLE

Kryptonsite has new production stills from the April 2nd episode, “Eternal.”

Next episode: “Hex,” March 26, 2009.

DEAD OF NIGHT

According to Shock Till You Drop, actor Taye Diggs will be the vampiric antagonist for Brandon Routh in the “Dylan Dog” adaptation.

Directed by Kevin Monroe, release date: 2009.

GATCHAMAN

A new poster for the manga adaptation has been posted at this blog.

Release date: 2010.

ASTRO BOY

Speaking of new images from manga adaptations, scroll past the old stuff at Comic Book Movie and check out the new production stills.

Directed by David Bowers, release date: October 23, 2009.

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