PUNISHER: WAR ZONE
Ooh, did you see that footage from the film at Comic-Con? Â You weren't there? Â Well, you could see it here ...
Speaking of bullet-ridden properties, CBR News has a complete report on yesterday morning's Hasbro panel.
From one brand of Japanese swordsman to another -- the Associated Press is reporting that actors Lucy Liu and Mark Hamill will join Samuel L. Jackson in the next installment of the manga adaptation.
According to Variety, Bryan Singer's Bad Hat Harry Productions has teamed with Radical Pictures to develop a live-action feature from a five-issue comic book series created by Edmund Shern. Â Singer will produce with Radical's Barry Levine. Jesse Berger, Edmund Shern, Alex Garcia and Michael Zoumas will be executive producers. "This is a timeless story about young people struggling to break free of authority. That's what ultimately appealed to me," Singer said.
CBR News caught the panel featuring actress Rose McGowan at Comic-Con, and live blogged the results. Â
CBR News also has a press release on the actors involved in this project appearing in San Digeo this weekend.
Speaking of San Diego, Kryptonsite notes that new cast member Cassidy Freeman (who plays Lex Luthor proxy Tess Mercer) will join the Sunday morning panel about the show.
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
Video interview with Hugh Jackman? Â Sure, thanks to IGN ...
Superhero Hype also has a report on what happened at the Thursday Comic-Con panel.
THE FIRST AVENGER: CAPTAIN AMERICA
A new rumor about the man who'll sling the shield is at Superhero Hype, where actor John Barrowman there had been discussions with his agents and meetings between Marvel's movie heads and his team about him getting all star-spangled.
Video interview with director Sam Raimi, saying what the hold up is? Â Again, thanks IGN ...
Variety also reports that Disney has given a green light to this Stan Lee webcomic's trip to celluloid. Â
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