Incredible Hulk, Justice League, Heroes: September 21st Comic Reel Wrap


Superhero Hype has a piece of artwork that will be used in marketing and merchandising for the Edward Norton-fueled restart next year.

Another scooper told them that the production is heading to New Jersey. "I'm a Senior at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ," their scooper wrote. "We just had a Senior Class Council meeting with the Headmaster where he told us that this Saturday, the 22nd, a camera crew would be talking a good deal of aerial footage of the school for 'The Incredible Hulk.' The rep, who was in touch with him last week was reluctant to give the film's title, but did. It is unconfirmed whether or not they'll be back for additional footage, but Saturday is a done deal. The school is a private boarding school that was founded in 1848 and has an old, historic feel to it."


It's official -- read all about it here at CBR.


Actor Masi Oka is going to appear with Dallas Cowboys receiver this weekend on NBC's "Sunday Night Football," and here's a look at some of the green screen zaniness ...


The IMDB listing for the spinoff now lists Barry Robison and John Griffith as "production designer" and "visual development supervisor," respectively.


Is Supergirl all wet? Check out the first time you'll see Laura Vandervoort as Kara in screen captures at Kryptonsite. They also have screen captures of the promo spot for the season premiere. Finally, the network warns of spoilers in its video interview with actress Erica Durance.


There's a new trailer at Filmweb in four glorious QuickTime sizes.


Superhero Hype also got a sneak peek at artwork for merchandising/marketing use from the Jon Favreau-helmed Marvel movie.


Bruce Wayne's gonna be ordering Chinese -- The Standard reports that the production is heading to Hong Kong. "The filming locations will include the Central-Mid-Levels escalator, some parts of Queen's Road Central and The Centre," the paper noted. "Some areas are expected to be closed to the public during the nine days of filming."


Staying in Gotham City for a moment, supervising producer Alan Burnett was interviewed by Justice League On Film and talked about connections this series has to "Justice League."

CBR News also has more images from the season premiere.


Two weeks from now, the Comic Reel celebrates its fourth anniversary after starting October 6th, 2003. No idea if that means something or not. Stay tuned. Meanwhile, yes, that Earth, Wind and Fire reference for today's column is super duper fly ...

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