First look at Sienna Miller as the Baroness on set? That's at JFX Online.
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
According to Superhero Hype young actor Kodi Smit-McPhee has been replaced in the role of a juvenile Logan due to scheduling conflicts. Instead, 13-year-old Perth resident Troye Mellet (no IMDB listing, apparently) will take on the part.
Meanwhile, Ain't It Cool News has a new set report from the set of the mutant minded movie.
THE DARK KNIGHT
How are Harvey Dent and Bruce Wayne similar? Actor Aaron Eckhart told MTV in this video ...
BATMAN: GOTHAM NIGHT
Keeping the news in Gotham for a moment, World's Finest is reporting that "Batman: The Animated Series" veteran Kevin Conroy will return to the cowl in the animated feature, for either a segment or the entirety (that much hasn't been revealed).
Last Bat-bit, honestly. IESB has fresh rumors claiming that the Dark Knight Detective and the Last Son of Krypton will still be in the movie. Rewrites being done are supposedly to punch up the third act. They also note a move to Canada seems likely, making the production much easier to spy on.
THE MAN OF STEEL
Speaking of Kal-El, actor Brandon Routh talked to Fanboy Radio, saying "They've still been working on because of the writer's strike. They're gonna get that figured out here soon."
Keep it Kryptonian? All right -- if you like spoilers, Kryptonsite has the official network description of the March 20th episode "Traveler." They also have screen captures of a new trailer for the March 13th episode "Hero" featuring the band One Republic.
HELLBOY 2: THE GOLDEN ARMY
Director Guillermo del Toro is quoted at CHUD noting that poster artist Drew Struzan will be back to handle promotional duties for the sequel.
BILLY BATSON AND THE LEGEND OF SHAZAM
Director Peter Segal is quoted at Sci Fi Wire talking about development on the big screen adaptation. "I think it'll still happen," Segal said. "Though timing is going to be a key issue now, because ... normally we'd be working on a script while we're in post-production [on 'Get Smart'], so that hopefully when we're done with post-production, we're ready to go into preproduction [on the next project]. But now we're sort of out of sync, so, unfortunately, I'll have to spend more time with my family." Hopefully joking there, Segal continued, "You don't really want to rush something like 'Shazam.' I mean, it's going to be a huge movie. I mean, huge in scope and in price. And so you want to make sure you have a solid script and really pay attention to the casting and all the preproduction that goes into that. So, you know, I think when it's right, it'll be made."
THE CASTING COUCH
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