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Hollywood's been mining comic books for more than just bat-detectives and radioactive teenagers. Here are movies you never knew were based on comics.
The long-promised sequel to Wanted is pushing ahead without Angelina Jolie, as James McAvoy moves into the mentor role, co-writer Derek Haas teased.
Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov reveals he's finally come up with a great idea for the sequel to the 2008 action film that continues the story of Wesley Gibson, the character played by James McAvoy.
Universal Pictures has hired original screenwriters Michael Brandt and Derek Haas to begin work on a sequel to the 2008 action film Wanted.
The first details emerge on Monsters and Godzilla director Gareth Edwards' collaboration with Wanted's Timur Bekmambetov.
Will Twilight's Kristen Stewart replace Angelina Jolie in a mooted movie sequel to Wanted? And what is Mark Millar's next big movie idea?
The best-selling comic author Mark Millar describes what his working life entails in the wake of Hollywood successes, teases his upcoming comic books, and makes "Kick-Ass" music.
Associate Producer Nick Torchia talks to CBR News about "Wanted: Weapons of
Fate," the new video game sequel to the hit film also re-incorporates elements of
Mark Millar and J.G. Jones' best-selling graphic novel.
GameStop is offering a special limited edition "Wanted" comic book for
those who pre-order the upcoming "Wanted: Weapons of Fate" game. CBR
has the details on the offer and a look at the variant covers by J.G. Jones.
In this final edition, Top Cow President Matt Hawkins speaks extremely
candidly about the Cow's history as a business, past associates, and the
company's endeavors in film, video games and other media.
When he's not making movies with Brangelina, he's busy plotting and planning
his hotly rumored reboot of the Superman film franchise. Mark Millar talks to CBR
about turning Hollywood into Millarworld.
"Final Crisis" illustrator JG Jones stopped by the CBR Yacht at to discuss the success of "Wanted" and the possibility of a comic book sequel, as well as working with Millar, Morrison, Pacheco, and the graphic novel he'll write himself.
CBR talks to "Wanted" screenwriter Chris Morgan and his brother Terry about
BOOM!'s "Zombie Tales" #4, a story the writers say is like "Seven Samurai"
meets "Night of the Living Dead."