The network has released a description of this Thursday’s new episode, “Tomb.”
There’s a tidbit on Moviehole about the sequel to the Mike Mignola adaptation. The film will allegedly be called “Hellboy 2: The Golden Army” and that Halo will be filmed first.
Mmm, new photos … even if the links are in German. You can check out eight new photos from the mutant minded movie.
The Fremont Tribune has a feature on Paul Norris, who created the Aquaman character, and Norris discusses the new show briefly. “I think it’s great,” he said. “When I created Aquaman, I didn’t think he’d be running for this length of time — and it looks like he still has a future.”
Comics Continuum has a description on the new episode “The Apprentice” which will air this Saturday. “Jealous that Batman has a new sidekick in Batgirl, Joker decides he needs one of his own. Turning to Donnie, a misguided prankster and classmate of Barbara Gordon’s, he attempts to mold the comic hopeful in his own image. But when Donnie realizes that it’s not just laughs that Joker’s after and wants out, the Clown Prince of Crime ominously decides it’s going to take some tough love for Donnie to realize his ‘comic potential.'”
The Superman Homepage has some reminiscences from producer Ilya Salkind about making the first Christopher Reeve-fueled film. “The clearest memory I have — this is late 73 –is I’m walking [in] Paris and seeing a billboard of’ Zorro’ — that film was a French film [of Zorro] and featuring a local French star — I just digested that,” Salkind said. So with a costumed hero in mind and ready to produce another film with a big American audience, Salkind suggested “Hey, let’s do ‘Superman.'” It also notes how they missed a chance to have Steven Spielberg direct that film.
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