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As announced late last night, Geoff Johns has been hired on as a producer on a feature film based on "The Flash." The lengthy Hollywood Reporter article which revealed Johns's involvement also details a reorganization of DC properties in development at Warner Bros and the involvement of writers Grant Morrison and Marv Wolfman in other projects. Johns has also worked up a new treatment for "The Flash."

Release date: TBA


Marvel Studios announced the film has wrapped principle photography on Saturday. "The next step for us is beginning the post production process which is extensive and filled with its own set of challenges," said producer Kevin Feige. Meanwhile, Superhero Hype found an New York Post interview with actress Leslie Bibb from a month back where she mentioned her reporter character from the first film,

Directed by Jon Favreau, release date: May 7, 2010


Seth Rogen is confident in the film, according to Sci Fi Wire. "To me we haven't had a Kato since April, and we're looking [for a new Kato]," Rogen told reportes on Saturday. Despite this, he believes the film will deliver something new. "We're not trying to make what they would probably consider to be a 100 percent safe version of a movie like this," he said.

Starring Seth Rogen, release date: July 9, 2010


That same Hollywood Reporter article on DC Comics film projects also notes the Warren Ellis miniseries has been optioned as a feature outside the Warner Bros. Gates. "In a rare example of a film project that has ventured off the Warners reservation, DC has set up 'Red,' a spy thriller to star Bruce Willis, at Summit," states the article.

Release date: TBA


Sci Fi Wire spoke with producer Joel Silver about the long gestating project. ""I think we can do it. We've got a script we like," said Silver. Currently, Sci Fi Wire notes, the project is aiming at a PG-13 rating. "I think we've done it that way, but I love it. I've just wanted to make it for a long time, and I think it's a great character, a great guy," the producer explained.

Release date: TBA


Monday morning still means a double shot of photos from from director Edgar Wright's blog. The weekend gave us Director of Photography Bill Pope and Ramona Flowers as realized by Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Also, here's what the director watched on Sunday.

Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010


MTV Splashpage gives us the first four minutes of the upcoming animated film:

Featuring the voices of Christopher Meloni and Victor Garber, release date: July 28, 2009


With CCI: San Diego only a two days away, announcements and surprises are around the corner. You might find yourself in possession of some of this information. In which case, let us know! Tips are always welcome and anonymity is upon request. Oven fresh rumors and movie news every weekday morning. I am Erik Amaya fearing the future threat of an overturned meat truck.

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