Actress Laura Vandervoort gave yet another interview to TV Guide, saying "Not gonna lie, I've watched the show before. Tom is very nice to look at, so I enjoyed the show! I watched the first season, but then got really busy acting myself and I was going to university. Now I'm catching up with the DVDs ... and anytime there's a comic-book store [nearby], I'm walking in there picking up new comic books."
Meanwhile, here's an extended trailer for tonight's episode "Kara."
A story in Variety reports that Eduardo Rodriguez will be directing the movie based on the Stephano Raffaele Humanoids graphic novel about everybody's favorite topic, zombies. John Baldecchi, Justin Connolly, Pierre Spengler and Fabrice Giger are producing. Keith Dinielli is co-producer. "'Fragile' gives me the opportunity to explore the horror we're used to in the genre but set in a unique post-apocalyptic world where zombies aren't the monsters anymore," said Rodriguez.
You can check out a video interview director Gavin Hood have to MTV where he talked more about getting inside Logan's head. "What I love about Wolverine is his dry, wry humor, and what I also love is the fact that he's a great antihero," Hood said. "He has a great line where he says, 'I'm the best there is at what I do, and what I do isn't very nice.'"
How many people worked on the script for the Alan Moore adaptation? IESB says the aforementioned "Transformers" scribes Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman took a swipe at Alex Tsei's original draft with director Zack Snyder giving it a last pass.
Actress Eva Mendes told Movieweb some about the next Frank Miller project. "I'm starting that in a couple of weeks," Mendes said. "I am really excited about that. It's a great script that Frank wrote, and we are all starting it in a couple of weeks. I don't even know what more to say about it. I play Sand Saref, and I am so excited ... We just had a table read, and we are having a few rehearsals. I'll know more when I get there. I am so eager. I love the way the rehearsals went. Frank is really great with actors. And this will be interesting, because he told me that this was going to be like acting class. He said, 'We will be shooting you on stage, and if you don't actually directly touch it, it won't exist in the shot.' So, like this wall. It won't be in the shot if I don't touch it. It's going to be all CGI. It is going to be this graphic world that he creates. It should be interesting, because I have never worked like that
A piece at Comics2Film claims that "a 'Ms. Tree' TV movie, with a pilot in the wings, is in the works at Oxygen, Max [Allan Collins] (and Terry Beatty's) option having been picked up."
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