The execs are still considering a fanboy in the director's chair, there's fresh news from Kansas (by way of Vancouver), Don Murphy keeps it simple, Chris Evans geeks out and another "source" says Jesus ain't gettin' a cape ...
David Hayter says, "look on my works, ye mighty, and despair." Meanwhile, an old friend and a new hottie come to Kansas, and was David Boreanaz supposed to be a member of Marvel's first family?
Magic and mischief is coming to Kansas' weirdest town, while Liz Sherman gets aggressive, Guillermo del Toro talks barechested comparisons and many people are wondering if Joss Whedon is already hard at work in Westchester.
A fan film fave swings for the fences, trying for the real thing, while there's fresh photos from Vancouver, clips and quotes about Gotham City, Senator Kelly offering to cross dress for the good of the mutant cause and much more in a full day of news and rumors.
Get ready to take a gander at the set of the WB hit series, plus an old cast member may come back for a visit. Selma Blair theorizes about her sequel obligations and dueling media mavens wager for charity and bragging rights.
While rumors have Affleck driving Kevin Smith off "Green Hornet," Jennifer Garner misses his lantern jawed mug around the set. Also, a look at the new cartoon, talk about the Austin shoot, and the Scarecrow is all done.
It's a Mack Attack on the WB, Harry Knowles thinks Mark Millar is fulla hooey, since Jesus ain't wearing tights, there's even more from actor Chris Evans, updating on how far along shoot has proceeded in Vancouver and Devils get their Due in a done deal.
Actor Chris Evans just can't stop talking about his costume, The Thing, modeling his character on "Top Gun," and ripped leg hairs. Paul Levitz loves Christopher Nolan, David Goyer makes a deal, and the chase for blue tights gets some divine and mutated attention.
Tons of news about the BPRD from ever-loquacious director Guillermo del Toro, plus killing a Superman rumor, casting news and spoilers for Supes' teen years, set pictures from the "FF" shoot in Vancouver, Jessie Custer may be headed for Canada too, and Witchblade goes anime.
Somber nights smoking cigarettes with Warren Ellis, Tim Story takes Marvel's first family back to school, the lord of DC's seas flaps around again, the Bat's back in Bedford and all manner of miscommunication is going on, from Kansas to Metropolis.
It's a day chock full of news and rumors, including two demon-related characters, Patrick Stewart as Jor-El, Batman sings, "Deathlok" gets Self control, and there's word and concept art from the Richards family in Vancouver.
Mister Roper (not Jack's landlord) takes his chances at getting a farm, while Ryan Reynolds finds Deadpool too complicated. Tom Welling is all over the place, and there's more images from the animated Gotham City, plus news on Guillermo del Toro's sequel and "Justice League."
A double dose of data about Gotham City, both real and animated, plus Will Eisner's a happy camper, Jennifer Garner's red-clad form is available for your viewing, and dueling websites keep on delivering news about the new season in Kansas.
It seems like Marvel isn't so eager to show you its "Man-Thing," while there's a schedule switcheroo in Smallville, the Richards family gets to work and the Huntress finds her voice in today's summary of comics/media news.
Ben Affleck makes another superhero gaffe? Kevin Smith, getting cold feet? Meanwhile, Warren Ellis continues his Canadian rampage, Clark Kent plays football, screen tests continue for Singer, TV brothers reunite and Chris Nolan's Chicago adventure ends with a bang this weekend.
Naked co-stars for the WB hit, Kevin Smith's decisions about fight scenes, some last looks at the Bat out of Chi-Town and director Paul Anderson feels he has some 'splanin' to do ...
Psychic cops busting down doors on TV? Plus, "Smallville" gets naked and cleans up, it's not easy to find a Superman, giant robots seek direction, and some Bat news comes in from England for a change
Ellis is on the loose in Vancouver and Kristin Kreuk is back on the WB. There's a new look for a studio in Australia, new word and images from Chicago, and Paul Dini talks about more stuff than you can shake a green light at.