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According to the Hollywood Reporter, actress Megan Fox will star in an adaptation of Michael Turner's most famous creation. They also note she's joining Josh Brolin and John Malkovich in "Jonah Hex."

No release date announced.


A note on Movietome has director Zack Snyder discussing a return to ancient Greece. From their report: "Snyder says he's spoken with Frank Miller who will be writing and drawing the graphic novel that the second film will be based on. Upon Miller's completion of the book, then, and only then, will they delve into writing a script for the movie. Snyder continued and said he would not have any input into the novel and wants it to be a creation of Miller's 100 percent. Snyder also said it will take place between the Battle of Thermopylae and the Battle of Plataea, the battle that narrator Dilios is at while re-telling the story of King Leonidas and the mighty Spartans to a new group of warriors at the end of 300."

No release date announced.


CBR News has posted the latest installment of the "Behind the Eclipse" series of interviews with producers/writers Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski. Also, producer Greg Beeman has posted a new blog about last night's episode "Exposed."

Next episode: "Shades of Gray," March 9, 2009.


CBR News has a video interview with screenwriter Michael Jelenic, discussing the project.

Toon Zone also has a new video clip from the recently released direct-to-DVD animated feature.

Starring Keri Russell and Nathan Filion.


Director Zack Snyder and artist Dave Gibbons sat down with CBR News for a revealing interview.

Release date: March 6, 2009.


No, not you -- that's just the name of the animated series CBR News covered at Wondercon.

Series debut: April 19, 2009.


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