THE DARK KNIGHT
Dark Horizons is reporting that “the next trailer for the film, this one featuring more Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) and Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) is rumored to be premiering with ‘10,000 B.C.’ on March 7th.”
Charles Burns’ graphic novel coming to the silver screen? Is that right, CBR News?
CBR News also has the inside scoop on Warner Brothers’ big plans for the Katsuhiro Otomo manga adaptation.
JUSTICE LEAGUE: NEW FRONTIER
Comics2Film has a feature about actor David Boreanaz taking on the role of Hal Jordan for the Darwyn Cooke-inspired animated film. “Hal’s an interesting character — having been part of the Korean War, he’s kind of damaged goods, but yet he’s striving to get back to being himself,” Boreanaz said. “I think Hal’s sense of a duality is fascinating — his holding onto his past, overcoming it, and being heroic with it. It’s about coming to an understanding of where your strengths are and where your weaknesses may be — and as an actor, to go into his dark place and work from there. I found that very appealing.”
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
The Scene talked to stunt double Kate Newman, who talked a little about what she did in the mutant-minded Marvel movie, including driving “an old two-wheel-drive ute along narrow gravel roads at about 80kmh.” “Every time you see that character in a car, that’s actually me,” Newman said. She also kissed Hugh Jackman’s double as part of her work.
According to Comingsoon.net, the Bruce Willis-fueled graphic novel adaptation will debut November 20, 2009.
Comics2Film is reporting that “London based independent producer Power, is developing a brand new state-of-the-art TV series on the war on terror, the media and the rise of ‘citizen journalism’ after optioning the film and television rights for Anthony Lappe’s critically-acclaimed graphic novel.”
An article at Reuters alleges that there’s trouble getting the Cimmerian back to the silver screen. “Conan Properties International, the creator and owner of the underlying rights to the ‘Conan the Barbarian’ films, is suing several parties, including Lionsgate, Edward R. Pressman Productions, Modern Times Group, and others, seeking a piece of net profits from the films.”
It’s not the movie, but you can glimpse footage from the new video game at Yahoo and extrapolate some ideas from there.
Variety notes that Columbia Pictures has acquired the rights to the indie comic book and will develop a feature adaptation along with producer Neal H. Moritz and his Sony-based Original Film.
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