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Smallville, Ghouly Boys, Torso, Hulk 2: January 18th Comic Reel Wrap

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Smallville, Ghouly Boys, Torso, Hulk 2: January 18th Comic Reel Wrap


Could we get a look at old Krypton? Kryptonsite has a breakdown of the two-page article in TV Guide on the show, with some spoilers.


According to Variety, Mandate Pictures has optioned the film rights to Christopher-created comicbook series, out on Slave Labor Graphics. Benderspink is attached to produce.


Iconoclastic creator Todd McFarlane spoke to IESB about both the Eliot Ness-based crime film and a new feature for his Image Comics creation. “I think what’s gonna end up happening is with Fincher working on his movie ‘Zodiac’ right now potentially having another one lined up right after that I think that we just go into the normal process of making a movie,” McFarlane said, “which is Ehren Kruger banging out this screenplay hopefully he can get it done in a decent amount of time and then all of a sudden all the studio notes come in and we see how extensive for rewrites and redrafts and all those other things have to come in by the time they get a screenplay in working order my guess is Fincher is done with ‘Zodiac,’ that one is in the can and he’s sittin’ at a point, it will be interesting to see if the one he’s got in development keeps moving or whether this one, if a good strong script comes and a fast one that the studios might say, hey, can you just jump this one a little bit ahead and get on this one before you do your next one and then obviously at that point everyone would get over seriously with the cast minus the star. Prior to that people are going to make a few phone calls and call a couple buddies and see what everybody’s interest is on different things.”


According to Contact Music, “Marvel vice chairman Peter Cuneo told AOL’s Motley Fool Radio Team that The ‘X-Files’ former star David Duchovny is under consideration to take over the title role in a straight-to-video sequel to Ang Lee’s 2003 Hulk movie. ‘Duchovny’s name has been bought up several times,’ Cuneo reportedly said. ‘He’s quite the fan, too.'”


The official site for the Dan Clowes-penned adaptation has been launched, with a synopsis, cast and crew info, a gallery, trailer and more.


There’s new images of the animated version of Abe Sapien at the blog for the production.


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