Part four of our special coverage. Does the screenplay for the Vertigo adaptation stand up to the dazzling visual stylings of Francis Lawrence? Find out why seeing this movie is like dating a stereotypical cheerleader, with spoilers aplenty revealed along the way.
From rumor to reality, Alan Moore's superhero opus is headed to the big screen, while Nicolas Cage gets more cast members for his motorcycle madness, there's another rumor about who'll get the tiara, Peter Parker may get a laugh and much more in the week's penultimate news summary.
There's word from a land down under about just where Johnny Blaze will ride into town, plus we've got a Phantom Zone fulla casting rumors about big screen Kryptonian adventures, snippy star quotes about the ones on the small screen, presidents turning into amphibians and much more.
Could this be the face of Themyscria's Finest? We ponder that question while Reed Richards runs like a scared little girl from Tom Cruise (and moonlights as Scott Free), Clark Kent's group of friends gets more diverse, a Phoenix will rise again from Westchester and much more.
In part one of our special coverage of the upcoming Vertigo adaptation, the Comic Reel sits down with the screenwriters who reveal that heaven is hard to depict, continuity errors happen even in a screenplay, and just who dreamed up the excellent idea of two Rachel Weiszes running around.
In part two of our special coverage of the upcoming Vertigo adaptation, the Comic Reel sits down with the director to discuss blurring the lines between good and evil, cutting the film's raunchiest scene and how budget restraints can inspire creativity.
Ma Kent speaks (no, not Annette O'Toole) while Kumar's feeling Kryptonian. Plus, the cast of Nic Cage's comics "vehicle" gets even hotter, the Bat rebroadcasts without the express permission of NFL and more in an interesting day of news and rumors.
Among the "Smallville" shenanigans, Lex Luthor laughs it up in late night and Clark beats up college students. Plus Fox is carrying a grudge for Bryan Singer's actor poaching, Supes gets a release date, Sam Raimi warms up the cameras and you can see a Man-Thing, all in the last summary of the week.
Darn that Punxsutawney Phil -- he scared away all the news. We scrape the barrel's bottom to bring you casting new on who's gonna be a Kent, rumor visuals from Gotham City, battling websites in Kansas and a certain god of thunder drops by for a visit.
No sign of Punxsutawney Phil, but we've got some news on Peter Parker's next sparring partner, new screenwriters for a real American hero, whimsical fun from En-gah-lund, Thor's plans for this Sunday, and the goods on some DC adaptations, all in today's news summary.
Marvel's picked Johnny Blaze's favorite strip of highway, we take a look at music to prowl the night by, get more from J. Jonah Jameson, postulate on Clark Kent's birth father and look at all aspects of the Life Kryptonian in today's news summary.
You can finally bring Rosario Dawson home with you, and Nightcrawler has no love lost for Bryan Singer. We've got a new Jimmy Olsen, Marvel's main movie newsman talking, giant radioactive reproductive organs, the death march with cocktails and much more in a big bunch o' Comic Reel.
Things are apparently gearing up for Alan Moore's masterpiece over in England, while you can watch Jamie Kennedy follow in Jim Carrey's footsteps, poke your head in the door of the Kent farm or take a glance around Gotham City. All that and more, in the next episode of "Soap," er, rather, the week's last news summary.
Halle's feline performance gets an unwanted nomination, Marvel will bring more Frank Castle and Bruce Banner to cinceplexes everywhere, we take a look at Christopher Nolan's Scarecrow, get amphibian with TMNT, head back to Kansas and more.
The animated Bruce Wayne will probably like sculpture a lot less after seeing today's news, while Marvel sends its shambling monster to cable, Neil Gaiman goes to Sundance and every possible brand of madness is going on around the Kent family farm in a robust collection of newsbits.
Big Blue gets a new director of animation, while FF toys hit the Rhine River valley. We've got Diamond deals from the CIty of Sin, a look inside Neil Gaiman's head, singing along with Bruce Wayne, going to the prom in Smallville and more in today's news summary.
Uh-oh, it's magic starting off our news summary today, with hearsay about Vertigo's bad boy and rumors about Marvel's Thunder God. James Cameron likes anime, Speedy makes a comeback on Cartoon Network and much more.
A grocery bag-loving cameraman signs on to be the devil's spawn, while things get involved with Mike Mignola's crazy creation, plus barking up the wrong tree in Clark Kent's home town and looking behind the curtain with Joe Quesada's little girl in the week's last news summary.