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Herosite has fresh promotional posters in their image gallery for the new season.


Comic Book Movie has new screen captures from a trailer, which include looks at James Marsters as Piccolo.


Debunked!  Reader Tristan was the first to point out this link where Mirage licensing head Steve Murphy essentially squashes the talk of a live action adaptation.  


Who needs a script? Actor Jenna Dewan told MTV about the Top Cow property.


According to an article in Cleveland's Plains Dealer, Matt Damon is set to play Elliot Ness in the Brian Michael Bendis adaptation. 


Director Guillermo del Toro said, "Maybe," before outlininng many of his issues in this Variety article.  "I think they'll decide when the last euro hits the piggybank," del Toro said. "We laid the groundwork to have a magnificent third act. I'd like to return to an action franchise with 60-year-old actor Ron Perlman, because he'll be scratching at that age when I get to it."


Actor Gerard Jones seemed skepyocal of the concept of looking back before the hit movie, or so he told Superhero Hype.  "I've heard some backroom chatter, but nothing more, so I don't know if it would be a sequel or a prequel. I don't want say anymore than that, because I really don't know. I haven't read anything. I can't see it myself--sequel for me absolutely not, but I just mean the idea generally, I'm really not sure which way they would go with that." 


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