No time to catch your breath after last night's season finale, because Kryptonsite has fresh spoilers about cast negotiations and character whereabouts.
With his second pilot not getting picked up by the network, TV Guide notes that actor Justin Hartley is eyeing a return to the show as Green Arrow.
HELLBOY 2: THE GOLDEN ARMY
CBR News has a feature article with actor Ron Perlman, discussing the sequel.
Meanwhile, Superhero Hype has a first look at the new one-sheet for the sequel.
Just Jared has some set photos showing Channing Tatum in character as Duke and Ray Park all ninja-ed out as Snake Eyes.
Speaking of behind-the-scenes photos, Comics2Film found some on a product flyer for Nila lighting.
The official website has been updated with a new Flash intro, downloads and a better version of the trailer. The film opens June 13th.
THE DARK KNIGHT
Mmm, another TV spot has been unleashed.
In other news, Advertising Age has a story about how carefully the studio is marketing the film in light of the death of actor Heath Ledger.
IRON MAN 2
Seems like somebody's starting his negotiations in public -- according to Comic Book Movie, director Jon Favreau told Howard Stern that he "only" made $4 million for helming the metal-minded Marvel movie, and noted that only he had not been signed for a three-picture deal. Somebody's coming to the table armed for bear!
THAT'S A WRAP
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