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Superhero Hype has the press release about Marvel and BET's plans to show footage from the new animated adaptation at SDCC.


Remember that new animated footage from the Image series? CBR's got it.


CBR has an interview with the editors, Lee Smith and John Lee, about working on the film.

There was some footage online a while ago showing the Joker robbing a bank. It got taken down. But recently, it's been put back online with an additional minute of footage. Oh, and it's also here ...

USA Today has a feature article on the Joker's voice in comparison with cinematic greats, with even the voice of Darth Vader chiming in with an opinion.


CBR News also has an interview with "A History of Violence" writer Josh Olson, who contributed to the animated feature.


Is it misinformation or is he telling the truth? Director Michael Bay talked to Entertainment Weekly about the project. He said, "When we were writing the script, I said to the writers, 'I hate sequels that try to make it to the third movie. Pretend like we're never having a third movie, so let's go for broke on the second one. I hate those cliffhangers! Let's just make this movie stand on its own.' I really feel this movie is not a forced sequel. I think the script is really good, and I think it's got a lot of new stuff in it. There are a lot of rumors out there, but we've released a lot of fake stuff. We've done a really good job of keeping things secret."


According to Comic Book Movie the casting call has gone out for Peter and MJ, and ... well ... "Peter Parker: male, 16-20's. Great Rock voice, can be nerdy with understated sex appeal, good sense of humor. Mary Jane: female, 16-20's. Beautiful girl next door, strong pop/rock singing voice."


Sticking with heroes who joke around, the rumor in from CHUD is that the Wachowski brothers are in line to bring Eel O'Brien to the silver screen with actor Keanu Reeves in the title role. Whoa! The Wachowski's also wrote a spec script for the character before they did "The Matrix," and UGO has a review of that.


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