Ain't It Cool News has posted a set report of their visit with director Michael Bay, checking out the new Hasbro adaptation. The report describes the filming of a scene in some detail, so spoiler-free fans may wanna just move along.
Faithful reader Kevin Bradsher wrote in to alert is to another bit at AICN, a second set report we missed in yesterday's deluge. This report includes a photo of Michelle Pfeiffer looking "witchy" and a lengthy discussion of what they saw.
Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx is quoted at Contact Music as having settled his beef with his former "Any Given Sunday" co-star LL Cool J and determined to get the rapper cast as the Lord of the Wakandas. "I said, 'My man, you the only cat that can really pull this off. There's this black superhero called Panther.' So we started talking about that, did a couple of records together. We're trying to get this Panther production set up, because I think he'll smash that."
According to a story at Wizard Universe, Al Gough is hell bent on letting the fish out. "We're working on a way to get the pilot out there," Gough said. "That's sort of all I can say at the moment. Whether it's some sort of addition on season six of 'Smallville' or not -- we're really proud of the pilot. We'd love for the fans to get a chance to see it. The implication when a network doesn't pick up a show is that the pilot sucks and that's not the case. It's not a perfect pilot by any stretch of the imagination. There are other reasons -- which are a mystery to us -- as to why The CW didn't pick it up. I think it definitely puts Aquaman in a modern context and he's not lame. It's a shame because it would have been a really fun series."
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