"Losers" stunt coordinator discusses the film's action. Mark Strong thinks "Kick-Ass" sequel is possible. "Night & Fog" to be a feature film. Stills from "Brave and the Bold" and "Human Target."
Cartoon Network has provided CBR with clips and pics from the next episode of "The Brave and the Bold," airing this Friday and featuring the Challengers of the Unknown, Blue Beetle, Guy Gardner and the Green Lantern Corps!
"Green Lantern" reveals key department heads. "Captain America" to start shooting in June? Ryan Reynolds for "Flash Gordon?" Also, "Thundercats" dead and "Justice League" stills.
"Sherlock Holmes," opening December 25, is good mix of ideas and talents. With a winning onscreen duo and great production values, the film recasts the well known literary hero as an action star - a change which works quite well.
Hawkman to get his own movie? Another director praises "Scott Pilgrim." Steven Niles on changes in "30 Days of Night: Dark Days." Also, no "Supergirl" for Taylor Swift, "Human Target" pics and more.
Heath Ledger's final performance is captured on film in director Terry Gilliam's latest fantasy-filled epic. Does the movie live up to the hopes and expectations of Ledger's fans? CBR's review has an answer to that question.
Producer Joel Silver says "Lobo" to be made into a film soon. Kirsten Dunst to be written out in "Spider-Man 4?" The first poster for "Priest" is out on the Internet. Also, "Suicide Squad" producer talks and more.
Hit-Girl makes her mark in a new "Kick-Ass" trailer. Bryan Singer talks "X-Men Origins: First Class." Producer Dan Lin discusses "Bone." Also, "Scott Pilgrim" nears a release date and more.
CBR spoke with producers Joel Silver, Susan Downey and Lionel Wigram about the upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" movie, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, discussing the film's fresh take on Holmes, its comics link and more.
Saturday, CBR News attended a scoring session for the upcoming Fox series "Human Target." In this exclusive report, we take you to the Eastwood Scoring Stage on the Warner lot with Composer Bear McCreary ("Battlestar Galactica").
"Green Lantern" searches for Carol Ferris. Topher Grace gives the "no go" to "Venom." Robert Rodriguez says "Sin City 2" is still in the future. Also, "Lobo" is not a matter of fact according to Ritchie, and more.
Acclaimed comic artist John Cassaday steps behind the camera of his "Astonishing X-Men" collaborator Joss Whedon's sci-fi drama and creates a series turning point through a multi-genre action tale on "Dollhouse."
The filmmaker spoke to CBR about the autobiographical undertones in his latest movie, as well as the tragic death of leading man Heath Ledger and subsequent replacement by actors Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell.
More "First Class" details emerge. Sony denies "Spider-Man 4" troubles. "Red" gets an October release date. Also, a new "Kick-Ass" poster, JSA-centric stills from "Smallvile" and more.
During the Hollywood Premiere of James Cameron's "Avatar," director Bryan Singer announced his return to the "X-Men" movie franchise after a six-plus year hiatus with "X-Men Origins: First Class."
12-year-old Chloe Moretz prepares for her cussing, slashing big screen turn as the irrepressible super heroine from Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s hit comic series in the all-new "Kick-Ass" poster, released today.
Mark Millar shares some 'wee facts' from Titan Books' upcoming "Kick-Ass: Creating the Comic, Making the Movie," including who else was up for playing Big Daddy and the working title for the second volume of the creator-owned series.
The model turned actress discussed playing Valentina opposite Christopher Plummer and the late Heath Ledger in director Terry Gilliam's latest movie, "The Imaginaurum of Doctor Parnassus."