The rumor from IGN is that the studios are eyeing a spin-off starring actor Vinnie Jones. Their article noted, "The speculation started when director Joe Carnahan hinted he might be taking charge of the project on his personal blog. He signed off an entry with a picture of the Marvel super-villain and words 'I'll let you guys go nuts on this one...'"
CBR News has new images from the Zack Snyder-helmed project.
Superhero Hype has a look at the new poster for the Greg Rucka adaptation.
PUNISHER: WAR ZONE
Superhero Hype also has the announcement for the release date of Frank Castle's next blood-soaked saga: September 12, 2008.
According to a press release posted at Comics2Film, the animated series is making a return to the Kids WB! Note that it does not discuss new episodes.
ALIENS VS. PREDATOR: REQUIEM
Superhero Hype stayed busy today, also posting a Japanese poster for the film, slated to be released on December 25th.
WGA STRIKE WATCH: DAY TWENTY-THREE
However, a rumor is floating around that a deal has already been struck and the strike could be over by Kwanzaa. This comes from reporter Nikki Finke, who even Bloomberg Business News acknowledges is kicking butt on strike coverage.
There's a piece in the Huffington Post talking about how the WGA is winning the marketing war by getting public support on their side.
Finally, Yahoo! News reports that Carson Daly is the first late night host to come back to work, essentially crossing the picket lines.
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