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TV Guide has an exclusive first look at the new animated incarnation of the Eddie Brock/symbiote team up.  


Producer Donald De Line talked to CHUD, saying the project will not be a comedic approach as some have reported and that it will be a Hal Jordan-focused origin story.


How did Javier Grillo-Marxuach get from the printed page to ABC Family?  A feature at Comics2Film answers the question.  "The Viper comic book series is based on a pilot that I wrote in '98 or '99.  Really, the comic book followed the idea to make it a TV series," Grillo-Maxuach said.  


Superhero Hype has a set report from filming in Bethlehem, PA (with Josh Duhamel, Tyrese and Ironhide on set) complete with video ...


If you can sit through a bit of a commercial at the front of it, there's another spoilerish video clip courtesy of Movieweb (and also posted at Comic Book Movie.  


IGN has a report on seeing ten minutes of footage from the Ron Perlman-fueled sequel, complete with production stills.  


According to the spoilers page at Kryptonsite, expect Green Arrow to be back, showing up Clark Kent as a series regular next year.


Another TV spot?  It's true, and it's over at YouTube.  


There's a new trailer in the MySpace Trailer Park.  


Speaking of Mark Millar, the creator told the Times Online that he's got A-list talent lined up for his next adaptation.  "It's pretty much firmed up with two big A-list names in it," Millar said.  "One of them is one of the most respected actors in the world and the second one is probably at the top of the A list right now.  I can't believe we've got them, but [director Matthew Vaughn] pulls a lot of weight in Hollywood. Actors really like working with him. Guys like De Niro and Daniel Craig love him, so anything he's got coming up they beg to get in."


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