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Doctor Strange, Dark Knight Returns: October 22nd Comic Reel

DOCTOR STRANGE

Marvel's movie mogul Kevin Feige talked to MTV and said Stephen Strange may be headed to the silver screen soon. "I'd say in the next year, year and a half, as we start putting together our film slate for 2012 and 2013, I would not be shocked if we saw Dr. Strange on those lists. I love the idea of taping into the magical realm of the Marvel Universe, which is fairly significant and hasn't yet seen life on screen. It's something I'm very, very interested in."

No release date announced.

FREAKS OF THE HEARTLAND

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Overture Films has tapped David Gordon Green to direct the horror thriller written by freshman scribes Peter Sattler and Geoff Davey. The company recently purchased the rights to the Dark Horse graphic novel written by Steve Niles.

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No release date announced.

THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS

The newest rumor at Batman-On-Film is that actress Rhona Mitra will grab a whip and play Catwoman in the next film.

Directed by Christopher Nolan, no release date announced.

WATCHMEN

A new trailer for the film was seen on the Scream Awards, and now it's on YouTube ...

Release date: March 6, 2009.

SMALLVILLE

There's new screen captures from a clip for the next episode, "Prey."

New episode Thursday, October 23rd, "Prey."

BLACK HOLE

Artist Charles Burns talked to Shock Till You Drop about the adaptation of his graphic novel. "I made the decision when I signed the option that I didn't try to negotiate and gain any control because ultimately I think it would've been a kind of frustrating process in that I just want to kind of move onto something else. I want to move onto another story."

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Directed by David Fincher, no release date announced.

THE SPIRIT

CBR has a new version of the featurette from the film.

Directed by Frank Miller, release date: December 25th, 2008.

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