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So just how different will this film be from its predecessor? "He will light the cat on fire," says co-director Mark Neveldine, according to The Los Angeles Times Hero Complex. He and directing partner Brian Taylor spoke at NYCC Saturday to a packed house. I should know, I was stuck outside in the line.

Release date: February 17th, 2012


During the "Robot Chicken" panel at NYCC, Geoff Johns said the sequel will eventually happen. Quoted in a Heat Vision article about the panel, DC chief creative officer said, "There is the hope that we will eventually see one." So why did this happen at the "Robot Chicken" panel? Johns was their to announce a DC-focused episode of the toy/spoof series.

Release date: TBA


According to Variety's Showblitz blog, Warner Bros. is preparing to make a decision on the manga-to-anime-to-westernized-film adaptation. "The filmmakers gave a presentation on Wednesday to Warner execs that included a revised budget. Sources say most people are confident execs will be happy with the new budget ... but you never know in this town," they write. I'm hopeful that cooler heads will prevail and that this project is left to die peacefully in its sleep.

Release date: TBA


Heat Vision reports that producer Kevin Feige hinted at a second film during the "Avengers" panel on Saturday. The Marvel studios cheif said "Iron Man 3" will serve as the beginning of "what we sort of refer to as phase two of this...saga that will culminate, God willing, in 'Avengers 2.' As for a post-credit scene, Feige added, "It's a nice tradition, and I like traditions, so I think we'll keep that up."

Starring everybody, release date: TBA


Various sites are pointing to this Twitvid of the next "Marvel One-Shot," which sees Agent Coulson buying some donuts at a convience store:

Directed by Joss Whedon & starring everybody, release date: October 25th, 2011


IGN has the trailer for the upcoming DC Universe Animated Original Movie:

I should have an interview with voice actor Kevin Conroy, voice director Andrea Romano, and executive producer Bruce Timm for you in the next day or two.

Release date: Early 2012


Creator Robert Kirkman talks with MTV News about the behind-the-scenes changes on the second season of the show:

Yeah, I couldn't get into "The Walking Dead" panel, either. Who knew getting in line two hours early wouldn't be enough?

Premieres: October 16th, 2011


Well, after a few days of subways, observing the cosplay party in Times Square, and getting locked out of my panels, I'm glad to be home. NYCC was dizzying and crowded, but I think we should do it again next year. As always, if any of you in the great, wide Internet discover something awesome, disheartening, or just plain weird, let us know! Take credit, come up with a clever nickname, or go anonymous. The choice is yours. Fresh rumors and movie news every weekday morning. I am Erik Amaya, bracing for the future threat of returning to the Javitz Center.

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