IRON MAN 2
Actor Robert Downey, Jr. has finally chimed in on the casting changes for the sequel. "I had nothing to do with that decision," Downey Jr. said. "I love Terrence very very much. That's all I'll say because I haven't talked to him yet. I've always admired Don. It's one of those situations where I still don't quite know what happened or why. Here's what happens too: things happen and you wind up commenting on them before you've actually talked to the people and it's in poor taste."
Directed by Jon Favreau, release date May 7th, 2010.
Herosite has the official network description for the season's elevent episode, "Eclipse Part 2."
Next episode: Monday, November 10, 2008, "Villains."
Keeping it coaxial for a moment, CBR News has an interview with producer Josh Schwartz about his hit NBC series.
Next episode: Monday, November 10, 2008, "Chuck vs. the Ex."
Comics2Film has an image gallery with new shots from the production.
Marvel has announced details about the direct-to-DVD animated feature, including looks at the box art and running times.
Release date: January 27, 2008.
A new video journal from the Alan Moore adaptation has been released on MySpace ...
Directed by Zack Snyder, release date March 6th, 2009.
Co-writer Chris Morgan told MTV that he's ready to get back to work on the sequel. "The point is to continue the journey that Wes (James McAvoy) started in the first film," Morgan said. "Wherever he ended up at the end of the film, now it's time to move him forward."
No release date announced.
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
X-Men Films claims to have new data about a trailer for the film being attached to screenings of "When The Earth Stands Still" on December 12th.
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