THE MAN OF STEEL
Don't call this a comeback either -- actor Kevin Spacey talked to Variety about getting his head shaved and back in the game. Spacey hopes to shoot his Luthor role in a six-week block, as he did on "Superman Returns," after he completes his run in David Mamet's "Speed the Plow" in April. "My priorities have changed," Spacey said. "Theater is the No. 1 thing in my life. But I love movies and will continue to make movies when I can."
Screenwriter John Cox talked to IGN about what's up with the project and lingering rumors about a certain Gropenfuhrer. "Cox informed IGN that Schwarzenegger is no longer attached to the project, and that the script was not written with any specific actor in mind. Certain actors have been discussed for the role and producer Joel Silver is said to be moving on that front. The project is currently out to actors and directors."
THE DARK KNIGHT
Actor Keith Szarabajka revealed on his official website that he's gonna spend four months in London and Chicago working on the Christian Bale-fueled Bat-sequel.
Meanwhile, our pal Tom Stillwell wrote in to say, "I saw them setting up tonight to film on the Riverwalk on Wacker Drive & Wells on my way home from work."
Alan Moore doesn't like adaptations of his work. That's not news. But CBR's own Rich Johnston has his specific thoughts on what's to come from Zack Snyder.
If you dig around in the website for the Director's Guild of Canada you'll find out that Mike Rohl will be directing the season premiere with the super-spoilery episode title ... or so they say on Devoted to Smallville.
SANDY, CAN WE ROLL THAT CLIP?
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