Hancock, Hellboy 2, Heroes: June 11th Comic Reel


Two new TV spots have made their way to YouTube ...


The Secret Device has revealed its "final locks" (whatever that means) as the viral campaign for the sequel continues unabated. Here's the email we got ...

The Secret Device has unveiled its final locks!

Hellboy is somehow related!

The community rallies to solve it!

The ten week alternate reality experience known as The Secret Device has spanned eleven locks, countless rewards and an incredibly strong player community that continue to work together even now. Those that dare to complete the experience have been richly rewarded with an amazing journey and unique rewards -- including a finale that reveals a special world premier [sic] of the "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" animated comic prologue.

The Secret Device and HETFET await you to explore their depths and be entertained like never before. Visit soon though, since the grand prize (a trip for two to see a special fan screening of "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" hosted by Guillermo Del Toro) will not be available past midnight tonight!


CBR News has a special report on new cast member Brea Grant, discussing playing a speedster on the series.


CBR News also spotlights creator Javier Grillo-Marxuach's new live action series.


The rumor swirling around Ain't It Cool News and IESB is that Marvel and director Jon Favreau haven't cut a deal yet due to money, with some implying that the House of Ideas is cheaping out on paying Favreau what he wants. On May 16th, we reported that Favreau told Howard Stern that he only made $4 million for his role in the blockbuster, which has grossed $537,214,903 worldwide.


Comic Book Movie has a slew of new production stills from the Bat-sequel.

Meanwhile, actor Aaron Eckhart is quoted at Sci Fi Wire talking about the character of Harvey Dent. "I've seen all the [previous] 'Batmans,'" Eckhart said. "[Director Chris Nolan] comes at this with such a different take on Batman, I didn't feel that I had to be true to any other actor playing this role. Of course, I read the comic books. And I think Harvey is portrayed very well in those comic books: his relationships with Lt. Gordon [Gary Oldman], with Batman, with Gotham City, those really helped me the most."


Actor Adam Beach told MTV that a feature film on the property was in the works. "We just finished the animated movie and now we're going into the feature film movie [which should lens] hopefully in a couple years. We're about to set up meetings to develop a script and put it out there," Beach said. "I'll have to beef up, and be a good guy, and save the world!"


Watchmen Comic Movie caught a sneak peek of a teaser trailer for the new webisodes to promote the movie and presented a positive review.


You can see three new TV spots from the movie at a variety of online locales.

IGN has a special feature on actor Tim Roth talking about being the Abomination. "What I like about the Abomination thing is he is really back there in the Hulk world," Roth said. "It was KGB, it was Cold War. And I think that translates perfectly to what we're going through now, just on a political level, and we're at war in the world. That's the sort of mindset of that character. So it seems to fit perfectly, and the whole thing of using human beings as weaponry seems very appropriate now. I think that's why it's worth getting it right. I think they did do it, they got it right this time. The character is a product of now as well."

Isn't there supposed to be a major Marvel character teased in the movie? It got cut, according to when director Louis Letterier told Collider that [SPOILER] there would be 70 minutes of deleted scenes on the DVD. "I'm not the kind of guy that likes to keep the stuff for myself," Letterier said. "I'm like, okay you student filmmakers, here's what I did right and here's what I did wrong and in some of the stuff, in the 70 minutes, there's some great stuff and there's some really horrible stuff, but you'll see it all, you know?"

Actor Edward Norton did a video interview with Moviefone ...


There's new photos of the sequel filming in Philadelphia from TFormers.com. Director Michael Bay, Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox and John Turturro were all on hand.


If you're looking for Ken or Ryu in the new movie, you're outta luck. Producer Patric Aiello is quoted at StreetFighterMovie.net saying, "Ken and Ryu will not be appearing in this film. But, that doesn't mean we wont see our red and white-clad heroes in potential sequels ..."


How do the visuals from the movie compare to the comic book? A new set of photos from the Licensing International Expo 2008 give you a look.


We can't do this without you. The rumors, the scoops, the set photos -- they're all fueled by passionate fans emailing in the goods. The ones who ask, "What do you mean your sister's dating somebody who works for Warner Brothers?" The ones who know the code names of movie projects and scour city permit filings for them. The devoted, the involved. Fans, just like you. Whatever you know, we wanna know, and whether you want your name shouted to the web's rafters or kept closer than a classified report, we've got you covered like a comforter. Broadcasting live from Los Angeles, this is your humble scribe Hannibal Tabu saying thank you for your time and indulgence, and what is The Hundred and Four?

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