Sin City 2, Scott Pilgrim, Wolverine: March 5th Comic Reel


Actress Rosario Dawson talked to Superhero Hype about her cinematic future in genre entertainment. "I just talked to [director] Frank [Miller] about it though and said he finished it a couple of months ago so I'm really excited to get it going. Supposedly it's going to happen in 2009. I get to wear a mask in this one. Is that specific enough?"

No release date announced.


More daily photo weirdness from the set courtesy of director Edgar Wright's blog.

Starring Michael Cera, Brandon Routh and Kieran Culkin.


New photos and quotes from Hugh Jackman can be found at USA Today, where he said, "I thought we had gotten away from the essence of who Wolverine really is: a bad (dude) who wants to live his own life. The character has always reminded me of Dirty Harry or Han Solo. He's a good guy, not a nice guy. He's got a lot of flaws, which I think is what people find so attractive about him and the X-Men. He's struggling with who he is and what he wants. He was one of the comics' first anti-heroes."

USA Today also has an early look at the final trailer for the mutant minded movie.

Directed by Gavin Hood, release date: May 1, 2009.


There's a new uncensored Ozymandias clip floating around YouTube ...

... while The Hollywood Reporter notes that the project set its first record before even opening -- its 3,611 theater count will be the most ever for an R-rated film.

CBR News also has a feature article about actors Patrick Wilson and Malin Ackerman.

Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, release date: March 6, 2009.


Director Lauren Montgomery and executive producer Bruce Timm gave CBR News a video interview about their work.

Starring Keri Russell and Nathan Fillion.


Fresh spoilers on two episodes can now be found at Kryptonsite.

Next episode, "Infamous," March 9, 2009.


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