The team at Kryptonsite have two new episode titles on their spoiler page.
There's an article at ICv2 where Denis Kitchen, who represents the Will Eisner estate, talks about finding the project a home with the help of producer Michael Uslan. "Michael Uslan at Batfilm, Inc. had acquired 'The Spirit' from Will about 10 or 11 years ago, knocked on every door in Hollywood and no studio was interested ... Finally Odd Lot Entertainment opens its office, he goes in and introduces himself to Deborah Del Prete and says, 'I've got the best comic book property that's never been made into a movie.' And she put her hand up and said, 'Stop, don't tell me you've got 'The Spirit.' He said, 'It was love at first sight,' and that's how it happened."
Actor Greg Grunberg talks about some of the more practical uses for telepathy in a note at Sci Fi Wire. "We're about to shoot a scene today where I use my ability to satisfy my wife, [Janice, played by Lisa Lackey,] which is going to be very interesting," Grunberg said. "That's the scene we're shooting at the end of the day. And I'm like, 'OK.' My wife read it, and she was like, 'What?!?' I said, 'Come on! If I knew everything that turned you on and everything, it would be incredible!' So that's one thing that we're doing, and it's going go be crazy. Let me tell you this: 95 percent of the time, I don't want to be inside my wife's head. I just don't want to know what's going on in there. But, yeah, 5 percent of the time, sure."
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The fourth behind the scenes video clip has been posted at Ghost House Pictures' site.
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Ain't It Cool News has an early review of the upcoming DVD release.
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