Actor Seth Rogen told Sci Fi Wire that he plans to have footage at San Diego this summer. "Comic-Con is my favorite event of the year," Rogen said. "It's more fun to me than the movie premieres, than anything. I love Comic-Con. All of our friends come down for it, and we just have a really good time, and it's always a lot of fun. I would love nothing more than to be able to show something at Comic-Con." Admittedly, Rogen's still having communications concerns with his director and hasn't shot a single reel of film.
Directed by Steven Chow, release date June 25, 2010.
We got an email from Valerio Coppola, noting an interview with actor Dan Payne, who played Dollar Bill in the film (scroll down for English). "The homemade outfit and the unwavering desire for bring justice to the unjust without all the tools to do so," Payne said.Â "I love the underdog who wants to change something so much that they are willing to risk everything without being fully aware of the possible repercussions!"
Directed by Zack Snyder, release date March 6, 2009.
TRANSFORMERS: RETURN OF THE FALLEN
Over at the Transformers Live Action Blog, you can check out concept artwork for Ravage and Megatron.
Directed by Michael Bay, June 26, 2009.
Next episode, January 15, 2009, "Legion."
According to Shock Till You Drop, "Kung Fu Panda" co-director John Stevenson is attached to helm the Grant Morrison adaptation. Producer Don Murphy said, "It was at New Line, but the new New Line doesn't want to do these kinds of movies. We have two really good prospects. [Producer] Susan [Montford] was able to get this film going just based on the treatment before the comic so we've been on this a while."
No release date announced.
PUNISHER: WAR ZONE
CBR News has the last of five questions in a video interview with star Ray Stevenson.
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