HELLBOY 2: THE GOLDEN ARMY
Comingsoon.net has a description of the new trailer based on what was shown at the ShoWest convention.
According to Variety, "Paramount Pictures will make an animated film inspired by the '70s sci-fi fantasy magazine ... with director David Fincher spearheading the project." The movie will be stamped by the erotic and violent storylines and images that remain the trademark of a magazine that debuted in the U.S. in 1977. The film will consist of eight or nine individual animated segments, each of which will be directed by a different helmer. Fincher will direct one of the segments; Kevin Eastman, the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" co-creator who is now owner and publisher of Heavy Metal, will direct another. So will Tim Miller, whose Blur Studios will handle the animation for what is being conceived as an R-rated, adult-themed feature.
THE DARK KNIGHT
There are two new viral sites for Harvey Dent's election campaign -- the Gotham Election Board and the Gotham City Clerk. Superhero Hype also has an eyewitness account of one of the "Dentmobile" appearances in Chicago.
Why an Italian website has a movie banner from Thailand is a mystery. But still, Bad Taste has it, and we're left to deal with it.
The indication from the Michigan Film Advisory Commission (PDF) is that the sequel is looking at filming in the Motor City. There's also new information on where the movie plans to shoot in Philadelphia.
HORTON HEARS A WHO
CBR News has a special report on the Dr. Seuss adaptation.
The official website has been launched.
New information from Titan Books claims that a visual companion for the Frank Miller-helmed movie will be released.
THAT'S A WRAP
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