How about another look at the set of the Bryan Singer-helmed DC adaptation? Well this link has some new photos from the would-be Metropolis.
Rod Hezarkhani wrote in to point out an article in People Magazine showing a blond Topher Grace, gearing up for the film. "I'm not supposed to talk about the blond hair or 'Spider-Man,'" he told reporters.
Variety reports that sets are already being built. "On a recent summer afternoon, union workers wearing 'Spider-Man 3' nametags were busy building sets on the Sony lot in Culver City. Meanwhile, up above them, a billboard for 'Stealth' was emblazoned on the studio's water tower. The $138 million actioner was planned as the studio's summer tentpole, but last weekend it bombed at the box office, grossing just $13 million. It's probably safe to assume Sony execs are hoping the construction folks will work a little faster, even though the next 'Spider-Man' installment won't happen until '07."
Variety also reported that Disney Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment are in talks with helmer Frederik Du Chau ('Racing Stripes') to direct the live-action bigscreen version of "Underdog." The film will use a CGI-enhanced live dog to portray the eponymous hero, a talking canine with super powers.
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Sneak Peek is reporting that Katie Holmes will return as assistant DA Rachel Dawes. Meanwhile, Superhero Hype continues their interview with producer Michael Uslan, who chats up Constantine, The Spirit and Shazam.
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