The Green Hornet, Heroes, Smallville: August 10th Comic Reel


Kato has been found! MTV Splash Page reports actor Jay Chou will play driver and manservant to Seth Rogan's Green Hornet. "I won't try to be Bruce Lee's Kato -- I will try to bring my own interpretation to the part. Of course, it's a dream role, and I'm looking forward to the challenge," says the actor. Also, various sources have linked to an article at Hollywood Snitch which claims actor Edward James Olmos of "Battlestar Galactica" has joined the cast.

Directed by Michel Gondry, release date: July 9th, 2010


Sci Fi Wire talked with James Kyson Lee (Ando), who gave a few details about his characters place in the new season. "He's going to set up a new business with Hiro," he tells Sci Fi Wire. "This new venture that we're starting, it's a handful right now. That's what this volume is about. It's about 'Can we go back to our normal lives and try to continue?'

New episodes begin: September 21st, 2009


Voices From Krypton at Comic Book Movie talked with actor Callum Blue, the show's new version of Zod. Blue mentioned the character is a young, time-lost version of the character; not yet a general. He did mention, however, this Major Zod "wants everybody to kneel before him."

New episdoes begin: September 25th, 2009


Latino Review has a look at the new poster for the film.

Starring Kate Beckinsale, release date: September 11th, 2009


During the Television Critics Association event last week, Tim Roth revealed he is signed to play The Abomination in three films, according to Ain't It Cool News. Whether or not this means he will appear in "the Avengers" is up for some debate, but a sequel to "The Incredible Hulk" is only in the earliest stages of development. Meanwhile, "Incredible Hulk" director Louis Leterrier tells the LA Times Hero Complex he has not been involved in the sequel so far, but would love to take on the Avengers and outlines an ambitious idea to tell one story over the course of four summer Marvel movies.

Starring Robert Downey Jr., release date May 4th, 2012


IESB talked with the stars, the director, and producer of the film during Comic-Con. "I loved that it wasn't an extremely successful comic book. There were three different manifestations of the comic book, but like the character himself, it refuses to go away. There's a great survivalist element to this guy and the comic book itself," says actor James Brolin when asked about his entry point into the character.

Directed by Jimmy Hayward, release date: June 18th, 2010


Monday means double the Pilgrim from the blog of director Edgar Wright. First, have the gift of two cups of coffee. Second, Stephen Stills strikes a chord. Also, what did Wright watch this weekend?

Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010


The film made $56.2 million domestically and around $44 million overseas, according to Variety. My review of the film is up here at CBR. I enjoyed it.

Starring Marlon Wayans, Ray Park, in theatres now


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