Brazilian scooper Alexandre Ottoni has more set video and photos from filming in Rio.
Director Greg Beeman has posted a very technically detailed blog about this week’s episode “Four Months Ago,” which also includes photos of “Smallville’s” Michael Rosenbaum and “Chuck’s” Zachary Levi visiting the set.
Herosite also has a glut of screen captures from Monday’s episode as well.
THE DARK KNIGHT
Screen Magazine has a new article about how the film is moving into post-production after completing principal photography. “Filmworkers/Astro processed the bulk of the footage shot in Chicago, with the exception of a chase scene filmed in IMAX. The lab made 35mm reduction prints and video dailies of that footage after it had been processed in Los Angeles. ‘The Dark Knight’ is being edited by Lee Smith of Beverly Hills-based The Gersh Agency. Audio post will be handled at Dolby Laboratories in San Francisco.”
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES
THE MAN OF STEEL
Is no news really good news? Actors Frank Langella and James Marsden talked to MTV saying that they have no idea when a sequel could happen or if “Justice League” will have an effect. ” know nothing. I saw one article about ‘Justice League’ being made, and I thought well, how’s that going to affect the future of [Superman]?” Marsden said. “So I have no idea. I really don’t.” Langella said, “I have no doubt it will happen again. I just don’t think it will happen soon … I had dinner with Bryan a couple months ago and he said he wants to do the next one shorter, tighter, and with a lot more action in it.”
HELLBOY 2/PUNISHER: WAR ZONE
According to their website, post-production company 9mm Special Effects will be working on both the Ray Stevenson-fueled reboot and the Guillermo del Toro-helmed sequel.
WGA STRIKE WATCH: DAY TEN
As the second week of the strike soldiers on, the coverage begins to thin out. A Reuters report calls the strike’s impact “negligible,” which pundits on the other side would call public relations spin by media essentially owned by the studios.
Meanwhile, CBS faces a challenge as their news division inches towards a strike, which would further cut into new programming choices for the network.
So with television and movie writers and Broadway stage hands already on strike, across the pond we find that French transit workers are on strike as well, showing that labor disputes are at issue in many arenas of life.
QUIET ON THE SET
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