Everybody's talking about it -- the cast for the Zack Snyder-helmed adaptation has been revealed, and CBR News has all the info.
Speaking of things available from CBR news, screenwriter Roger Avary is the focus of a feature talking about the translation of the epic to film.
Dark Horizons has info on last night's screening of footage for CCI's preview night.
Writer/director Frank Miller talked to Variety about bringing Will Eisner's classic character to the silver screen. "It's the story of Sand Saref," Miller said, referring to a plot that first ran in newspapers in the 1950s. It's about the first love of Spirit's life, who has turned to a life of crime, and he has to bring her to justice."
Variety also notes that director Guy Ritchie will be adapting his own comic book as a feature film, with Joel Silver producing.
There's a new image of the armor on the cover of Empire magazine. Mmm, shiny ...
Also, Variety adds that the movie will take a page from the "Transformers" playbook and feature Audi cars as Tony Stark's favorite. "Deal calls for Audi's R8 supercar to be the vehicle of choice for billionaire industrialist Tony Stark when he's not wearing his high-tech suit of armor as the title character. The upcoming S5 sports coupe is also driven by a lead character in the movie. Audi's A6 sedan and Q7 SUV will make onscreen appearances in the pic as well. As part of its involvement, Audi will likely pony up tens of millions of dollars to help promote the movie worldwide upon its release, set for May 2. Details of the marketing plans are still being worked out." Nobody buys American anymore ...
THE DARK KNIGHT
How about a spy photo of Heath Ledger as the Joker, courtesy of Mollygood.com? That's the stuff.
Old fashioned comic book horror for TV and film? That's Dark Horse's stand, as detailed here at CBR News.
THE DAMNED/COURTNEY CRUMIN
CBR News also has the story on Dreamworks' plans to adapt the two Oni titles.
THE STUDIO HAS SOME NOTES ...
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