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How would you like some behind-the-scenes footage of filming? If you check out a special web site from Wal-Mart (using the special code "AllSpark62609"), you can take a look at the Bethlehem, PA set.


CBR News has the story on the official court date.


The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Fox VP of Production and "Booster Gold" co-writer Jeff Katz has left the studio for a gig that sources indicate involves both films and comic books. Katz, who was crucial in the development of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," told THR, "I'm being offered an incredible creative opportunity involving my own intellectual property. At 29 years old with no mortgage or family to support, now is the time to bet on myself."


Comics2Film has posted some concept art from illustrator Brian Murray, art which helped the production company get the movie.


Possible, according to actor Nic Cage, who told Superhero Hype "... had a nice meeting with the studio about 3-months ago, and we talked about going international with that character. Taking him into Europe, having him go on a motorcycle tour through Europe, and he's connected with the church, if you can believe that. So it sort of has elements to it that are very much in the zeitgeist, with 'The Da Vinci Code' and things like that."


Actress Chloe Moretz has posted a new blog about being in the new Mark Millar adaptation. "I have had cool wardrobe fittings and hair consults and tomorrow we start rehearsals," she wrote. "I got to meet Nic Cage who plays Big Daddy (Hit Girl's father) and he is the nicest man. I loved talking with he and Matthew Vaughn about all of their ideas for the film. THis film is going to be soooooooooooooo much FUN! My costume is so great. I do have my work cut out for me though because it is a HUGE role but I am definitely up for it. I love working hard. I will be here for about 3 months. Well, actually, I will be in Toronto for 3 weeks to train martial arts and to do a few days of exterior shots then back to London. The whole thing should wrap here in London around the first week of December."


Director Christopher Nolan hasn't confirmed his involvement, but already stars are sniffing at roles, including "Heroes" actor Milo Ventimiglia interested in being Robin and actor Guy Pearce interested in anything as long as Nolan's involved. But what about Aaron Eckhart? He talks definitively and with spoilers about the future of Harvey Two-Face.


CBR News also has an interview with creator Harlan Ellison about the directory based on his work.


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