According to the Hollywood Reporter, "Battlestar Galactica" veteran Rick Worthy is joining the cast as a partner for Greg Grunberg's character Matt Parkman. Other actors added in recurring roles are Robert Knepper and Madelina Zima.
Next episode: fall 2009.
TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN
Producer Don Murphy told Sci Fi Wire reasons why people should check out the sequel. "[Director Michael Bay] sat down with the screenwriters. He knew that there was a possible strike. He had his ideas, which are always very exciting, and he managed to get the script done and get the film done, strike be damned. For that, we end up with a really cool movie."
Actor Shia Lebeouf is the subject of a video interview with the BBC.
Starring Shia Lebeouf, release date: June 24, 2009.
IRON MAN 2/THOR
In Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada's new CBR column, he talked about cinematic developments involving the two properties.
Release dates: May 7, 2010 and May 20, 2011.
THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS
The rumor from Batman-On-Film is that Christopher Nolan is not locked in for a third blockbuster sequel. Their source said, "The death of Heath Ledger in January of 2008 rocked Mr. Nolan hard. So hard that Chris was convinced that 'TDK' was going to be it for him and Batman on film ... You are correct in reporting that he is developing story ideas with [Jonathan Nolan] and David Goyer, but it will be until AT LEAST 2012 before we see the Caped Crusader back [in theaters]. And that is only an EARLY ESTIMATE at best right now. They are even saying it might not be until 2013."
No release date announced.
If you happen to have a Francophone bent, you might enjoy this interview with director James Huth, which includes production stills.
Starring Jean Dujardin, release date: October 21, 2009.
SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD
It's all about the music in today's set photo from director Edgar Wright.
Starring Michael Cera and Brandon Routh, release date: 2010.
BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
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