Wonderful? According to Variety, actress Jessica Biel is in talks to play Wonder Woman in the super hero team up film. However, the studio declined to comment on the story, so the contract's not signed just yet.
Time may be of the essence, as Dark Horizons is echoing the idea that production starts in February. Yikes!
PUNISHER: WAR ZONE
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio is in negotiations with actors Dominic West ("300," "The Wire") to portray antagonist Jigsaw and Wayne Knight ("3rd Rock from the Sun," "Seinfeld") as supporting character Microchip.
Strike shmike -- a link from Box Office Mojo has Paramount announcing that the sequel will release June 26th, 2009, moving production ahead of a possible work stoppage by the industry's actors, writers and directors.
CBR News has a video interview with writers & producers Jesse Alexander, Aron Coleite and Joe Pokaski.
The aforementioned Kristin link also includes some interesting "Smallville" spoilers, including new living arrangements for a long time character.
An article in the Hollywood Reporter notes that "Studio 60" actress Sarah Paulson will play romantic interest Dr. Ellen Dolan in the Frank Miller-helmed adaptation. Also joining the cast are Dan Lauria (police commissioner), Stana Katic (a rookie cop), Johnny Simmons (a younger iteration of the Spirit) and Louis Lombardi (Octopus henchman Phobos).
How 'bout a whole slew of video links? If you're cool with Windows Media or Real Player, you can see a lot of the manga adaptation at Comics2Film.
THE DARK KNIGHT
Actor Michael Caine is well known for saying too much, and in a tidbit at IGN he spoils a scene with Heath Ledger in an attempt to compliment the actor's portrayal of the Joker.
More from Gotham City? All right -- CBR News has four new images from this Saturday's season premiere.
Finally, CBR News talked to actor Chad Faust about the hit cable series.
THE CASTING COUCH
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