Smallville, Thor, Transformers 2: October 21st Comic Reel


If you like spoilers, Kryptonsite has one about a super powered comeback.

New episode Thursday, October 23rd, "Prey."


IESB has all the scoops these days, noting that actor Daniel Craig turned down the part of the Thunder God in the Kenneth Branagh-helmed movie.

No release date announced.


Screenwriter Roberto Orci talked to TFW2005 about some of the rumors swirling around the film. "He states that Soundwave is not a pick up truck, although he doesn't rule out Soundwave being a truck of some kind. On the subject of misinformation, Roberto mentions that the false information generally has not been working very well, in fact he says it usually does not work."

Release date: June 26th, 2009.


Comic book properties came on strong at the Spike TV-produced event, and CBR News has all the dirt, including a photo parade.


Another possible girlfriend could be out of the picture -- actress Elizabeth Banks is quoted at CHUD saying it's unlikely she'll be back. "If it's that small, I probably won't do it," Banks said. "They don't need Betty Brant. It's purely, at this point -- and I don't think they see it this way -- it's kind of a favor at this point."

No release date announced.


CBR's own Rich Johnston has some rumors about the ending of the Zack Snyder-led film.

Release date: March 6, 2009.


Herosite has the official network description for the November 10th episode, "Villains."

Next episode, Monday, October 27th, "Eris Quod Sum."


There's a new featurette on the Frank Miller-directed film at Yahoo! Movies.

Release date: December 25th, 2008.


Seth Rogen talked to CHUD about mixing action and comedy. "Me and Evan [Goldberg] talk a lot of sh*t," Rogen said. "We have one rule when writing, and that's don't get attached to anything. One day we want to make a serious film and then Stephen Chow comes in with a good idea and we're like, 'Well it's funny.' Should we not do it because we originally wanted to do a serious film? We come from, nah f*ck it, we'll just take the idea that seems good. So it's definitely less serious than a serious film, that's for sure. We want the action ... I say now that we want the action to play serious but Stephen could come in tomorrow and say 'You know what? I want to throw you 400 feet in the air!' and I'd go, 'OK, that sounds cool.'"

Release date: June 25th, 2010.


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