TV Guide has a new (and spoiler-filled) interview with show creator Tim Kring, who drops a dime on the cheerleader's lineage, who's taking a dirt nap and more.
THE DARK KNIGHT
The latest casting rumors over at Batman-On-Film have three names in the running to play district attorney (and future super villain) Harvey Dent: Eion Bailey, Edward Norton, and Jamie Foxx. The site pooh-poohs the Norton rumor, and notes Bailey tested for Bruce Wayne in the casting process for the original Nolan film.
According to a scooper at Superhero Hype, fans can catch the new TV spots this Sunday during the premiere of Fox's "24."
Actress Tori Spelling talked to AOL about her guest appearance on the hit CW series. "I'm a pretty mean character on the show," Spelling said, "but what I tried to bring to it was humor because that's what I try to bring to everything I do, and that's what I was really looking for when I took on the roll. So even though she's sort of this hard-as-nails character and kind of a tyrant, I tried to make her kind of funny."
You can check out some preview clips from tonight's new episode at Yahoo!
Finally, you can check out a new production still from the upcoming episode "Justice" at Kryptonsite.
The anime series known as "Battle of the Planets" will be adapted for the silver screen with "TMNT" director Kevin Munroe at the helm, or so says a report at IGN. Munroe said, "For 'Gatchaman,' I think it's story stuff we've learned in the sense of what we have to lock down, what we don't have to lock down on, and there's a lot of stuff with 'Turtles' where we went ahead and designed a lot of stuff that ended up getting cut -- which is great because we'll save those designs for future sequels, but there was a lot of time where we were designing stuff on 'Turtles' that ended up being cut because it looked great on the boards but once we got it up there and it was a 120-minute running time, we were just like no, maybe we should pull back a little bit."
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