Producer/director Greg Beeman has updated his blog, discussing Monday's season premiere.
Herosite has the official network description of the fifth episode "Angels and Monsters."
CBR's Behind The Eclipse is back, by the way.
A rumor at IESB claims that "World Trade Center" star Michael Pena is in talks to join the adaptation.
Creator Rob Venditti talked to MTV that the the film version of his work closely resembles the original work. "There are always going to be changes when you're going from any type of medium to another medium," Vendetti said. "To me, the most important part of the graphic novel is the relationship between Greer and his wife, because it humanizes the whole idea of surrogates, and that's going to be in the film ... It's very much a story about the characters more than about the explosions."
TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN
Writer Roberto Orci has joined the message boards at TFW2005, speaking obliquely about the sequel, but possibly spoiling many things as well.
Speaking of, the Hasbro Licensing Summit 2008 confirmed that the new image making the rounds is actually the new vehicle version of Megatron. They also confirmed the Chevy Corvette is the disguised form of Sideswipe and that Devastator and Ravage will be appearing in the sequel.
CBR News has a feature article with the stars of the new NBC series.
CBR News also spoke to creator Marc Guggenheim about his ABC series.
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