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The makers of Kryptonsite are back with Target 419, and they have an image gallery and video clips from the upcoming television series.

Finally, Comingsoon.net has the network press release noting that the series will premiere Jauary 17, 2010.

Starring Mark Valley and Chi McBride.


Marvel has announced that actor Tom Hiddleston has been cast as the god Loki.

Directed by Kenneth Branagh, release date: May 20, 2011.


Ooh, new TV spot on YouTube ...

As well, new production stills are available on Cinematical and Yahoo! Movies.

Directed by Michael Bay, release date: June 24, 2009.


"Alias" veteran Bradley Cooper has officially denied the Hal Jordan rumors to Latino Review.

Directed by Martin Campbell, release date: June 17, 2011.


Director Sam Raimi told Sci Fi Wire that he heard the complaints about the last film. "Do I take the criticism into consideration?" Raimi asked. "Yeah, absolutely. I don't make an artistic type of picture that I can say to myself, 'Even if this crowd doesn't like it, it stands as a work of art and will be appreciated years later or has meaning without the audience.' I simply am an entertainer, and I make films for audience appreciation. When they don't like it, I don't have a leg to stand on. You really want to please people."

Starring Tobey Maguire, release date: May 6, 2011.


Actor Marlon Wayans discusses his flexibility as an actor with Black Voices. "The main thing is that the character is black in the film," Wayans said of the difference between the animated version and himself. "I've played a drug addict in 'Requiem for a Dream,' a thief in 'The Ladykillers' and a white girl in 'White Chicks,' so I can play any part. Rachel Nichols is also my romantic interest in the film, which wasn't part of the cartoon series."

Starring Christopher Eccleston, release date: August 7, 2009.


According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox International is in talks to produce a live-action movie based on a Japanese manga. FIP is setting up the movie adaptation as a $3 million-$4 million Japanese-language film involving prolific production house IMJ. The studio is in a position to fully finance the movie, though it is still in negotiations to create a typically Japanese "production consortium," which would involve advertising and marketing industry partners and maximize the film's marketing leverage.

No release date announced.


Latino Review also has concept drawings of how Mickey Rourke could look in character as Whiplash.

Also, The Sun notes that there's tension on the set between the two female leads Gwyneth Paltrow and Scarlett Johansson.

Starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Don Cheadle, release date: May 7, 2010.


Creator Rob Zombie "fills the air with F-bombs" at MTV and explains the delay on the adaptation of his graphic novel. "There are rumors about releasing it in the fall," he said. "But the company that owns 'El Superbeasto,' the problem is, that company has changed hands, like, at least five times since I started. So, every time we're near release, it gets sold, new executives come in, and it derails the project."

No release date announced.


Are they already editing the movie?

Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010.


The Hollywood Reporter also reports that Japanese director Miike Takashi will have a $30 million budget to bring the project to market.

No release date announced.


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