Not a typo! Not an imaginary story! According to IGN's FilmForce actress Halle Berry has ignored her pledge to never make a sequel, but now says "If they seriously said, 'We want to do another one and here's how we're going to make it better because we learned from the mistakes,' I would because I believe we could make it better. I think Catwoman is a great character that maybe wasn't presented in the right way. But when people see it on video they seem to like it. They're like, 'It wasn't as bad as they all said!'"
FANTASTIC FOUR 2
According to Box Office Mojo, the Richards family is moving. The original plan for a July 4th opening might have been called on account of giant robots. Whatever the reason, the new release date for the sequel is June 15th.
There's three great new posters over at the Superman Homepage snagged from an Imax theater in Argentina. They've also been seen at Cannes.
Meanwhile, Variety is reporting that director Bryan Singer could be ditching the remake of "Logan's Run" in favor of a Brandon Routh-fueled sequel.
Yahoo! Movies has a clip about everybody's favorite Weapon X alumni in Windows Media format. In other news, Kelsey Grammer is quoted at Sci Fi Wire talking about getting all blue and fuzzy. "I don't know much about X-Men except the films, actually," Grammer said. "I was a Thor guy when I was a kid. Thor ... I remember resonating, probably because I was a Norse god in my past. I must admit. I did a little bit of research, checked out what the Beast had been, what his story was. I asked a couple of fans, actually: the makeup guys who did the makeup. They knew more about the past incarnations of Beast, more than anybody else. They're complete fans. It's the perfect job for these guys. They started out doing this stuff. ... They were mixing prosthetic equipment when they were 5 or 6 years old. These guys were to the manner born."
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