Missing the Chloe Chronicles? Well, fret no more, actress Allison Mack has revamped her official website with promises of a weekly blog entry. As well, she's posted an interview she did with the webmaster as well.
Variety has an article that notes "Warner Bros. Pictures has hired Mark Burton to pen the bigscreen adaptation of James Turner's comicbook 'Rex Libris,' about an everyday guy who becomes part of a secret sect of librarians who battle forces of darkness in chasing down overdue or stolen books." The SLG adaptation doesn't have a proposed release date yet.
FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER
Comingsoon.net has some new production stills from the Marvel sequel.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, DreamWorks Animation has acquired Alan Schoolcraft & Brent Simons' superhero sendup spec "Master Mind," with Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld producing through their Red Hour Films banner. "They have put the film on the fast track, which in animation terms means it will be coming out in the next 15-20 years," Stiller said.
Right here at CBR, we've got new photos from the April 23rd episode, ".07%"
If you head over to Yahoo! Movies you can see new photos from the Michael Bay-helmed action film including Optimus Prime vs. Bonecrusher and Barricade making an arrest. Thanks to Tom Williams for the heads up on that one.
There's a new podcast available at Fanboy Radio who slips some tidbits about pre-production on the Alan Moore masterpiece in between tidbits about 300.
Also here at CBR we've got a brief article discussing the "Spider-Man Week" celebration in New York City to promote the web-spinning sequel. You can find the new TV spot on iKlipz and find new production photos in an image gallery at Superhero Hype.
ICv2 has an article about the new Adult Swim series based on the Tony Millionaire comic strip.
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