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Director Kenneth Branagh told MTV that he's very close to announcing his thunder god. "We're down to the final stages of it," Branagh said. "The reason one has to be properly diplomatic, is simply that some talented peopled have been patient, kind, creative and really committed to working with us in this process. My reluctance to say anything about it is simply out of respect for people who have been extremely respectful of us. That said, I think we are extremely close and I hope to announce a decision sooner rather than later."

Release date: May 20, 2011


CBR News has the the scoop on the new Fox series.

Series premiere: fall 2009.


According to the Hollywood Reporter, newcomer Evan Daugherty has been hired to redraft Justin Marks' screenplay for the property.

Directed by John Stevenson, no release date announced.


Variety is reporting that Universal Pictures and Dark Horse Comics are bringing Mike Richardson's graphic novel to the silver screen. Richardson will produce with Stuber, and this same team is working on adapting "Umbrella Academy."

No release date announced.


MTV talked to Rob Liefeld about spoilers and the writers on the project, J.P. Lavin and Chad Damiani, who are also writing another film project based on one of Liefeld's creations, the Bryan Singer-produced "Capeshooters." "They were the guys everyone wanted for 'Capeshooters' at 11 AM at Warner Bros a year ago, and then at 3 PM, I met with Brett [Ratner] and his producing partner, and Brett says, 'I know exactly who we have to get to write this: Lavin and Damiani,'" said Liefeld.

No release date announced.


More spoilers at Kryptonsite and another YouTube clip from Thursday's show -- ain't life grand?

Next episode, "Doomsday," May 14, 2009.


Ooh, cool display for The Clash at Demonhead, thanks to director Edgar Wright.

Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010.


Latino Review has the freshest rumors on who could sit in the director's chair, including Marcus Nispel, Cristophe Gans, Neil Marshall and Phil Joanou.

No release date announced.


Top Cow's Matt Hawkins talked to Newsarama about the bringing the character to cineplexes. "We simply do not yet have a script yet that we all like," Hawkins said. "We had a window to go into production that has clearly passed but the project is very much alive and kicking. I don't think I'll lay out any dates at this point given the delays but we're in the process of working with a new writer."

No release date announced.


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