If you like spoilers, you'll love to find out who's coming back to Kansas, and Kryptonsite is happy to tell you.
Next episode: "Turbulence," April 19, 2009.
Keeping it coaxial (until it all goes digital anyway), CBR News has the latest installment of the popular Behind the Eclipse series with writers/producers Aron Coliete and Joe Pokaski.
Next episode, "I Am Sylar," April 20, 2009.
TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN
IESB has fresh spoilers about the role of a certain Hugo Weaving-voiced mechanoid in the sequel.
Directed by Michael Bay, release date: June 24, 2009.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, actoe Josh Gad has joined the ABC comedy pilot as a recurring character named Horse Force.
No debut date announced.
Artist Eric Powell talked to artist Eric Powell about why he's so happy to be bringing the work to the silver screen. "I always felt that the material would work better animated, just because of the bizarre nature of the characters and the atmosphere of the stories," Powell said.
To be released in 2010.
Director Michael Gondry spoke to Superhero Hype about getting involved with the Seth Rogen vehicle. "Seth and Evan, they are the writers," Gondry said, "but they really listen to my ideas on the movie. I think the story is getting much better and better and I feel like I'm really a part of the process. I think we're all trying to be a little different than we were before on this project, just by interacting with each other and the producer Neil Moritz adds a different taste as well, so all that will create a new universe."
Release date: June 25, 2010.
CBR News has the scoop about "90210" alum Brian Austin Green looking for some emerald jewelry.
Release date: December 10, 2010.
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