THE DARK KNIGHT
According to Reuters, the city of Chicago took quite a pounding from the production. "Every day there was something being blown up or a high-speed chase or a free-fall aerial drop," says Richard Moskal, director of the Chicago Film Office. For us, the movie was breaking new ground. We don't want to hear months later there's a sewer line crack or that some quadrant of the city has no power."
CBR News has a special report on promotional events that happened in New York and Chicago.
Fandango has information about -- hang on now -- 6AM screenings of the film, to satisfy demand.
USC alumnus and Smurf-lover Michael Ausiello's back in action, now at Entertainment Weekly, giving up some spoilers about the new season's episodes.
Toon Zone has new screen captures from the direct-to-DVD animated feature.
HELLBOY 2: THE GOLDEN ARMY
CBR News also has an interview with cinematographer Guillermo Navarro.
BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT
Staying busy, CBR News also has an interview with composer Christopher Drake, who scored two of the segments on that animated project.
More interviews? Dragonball The Movie transcribed the Jump Square magazine interview with actor James Marsters, talking about playing Piccolo. "Definitely the story of this movie is different from the original," Marsters said. "But it's a necessary change because we need to condense the long story of the original for a movie. For example, some characters in the original don't appear in the movie. And we try to give it a more gritty and graphic (realistic) feeling."
WONDER WOMAN ANIMATED
Someone posted some concept drawings for the project on the Legions of Gotham message boards.
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