Transformers, Heroes, Smallville, Spider-Man 3: February 7th Comic Reel Wrap


Harbx.com has a new CGI image of the Decepticon Frenzy, while IESB has an image of Megatron in captivity. He's probably not very happy about that ...


If you didn't see the big reveal on this week's episode, or you don't like spoilers, for the love of sweet flaky pie, don't click this link at TV Guide, where creator Tim Kring talks about how long it's been planned.

Of course, we've got this week's Behind the Eclipse interview with writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite, right here at CBR.

TV Guide's Ask Ausiello column also says that on March 5th a series regular is gonna bite the big one (while also admitting Pete Ross didn't get invited to Lana's wedding).


While we're on the subject of Kansas' strangest town, there's new podcast interviews with Amber McDonald (who played the plant-based Zoner Gloria) on Pluggd, while everybody's favorite teleporter, actress Sarah Carter was interviewed in the most recent podcast at Kryptonfan. Finally, there's a few new spoilers over at Kryptonsite.


There's some new footage that you can check out at Comics2Film.


Also here at CBR you can find a one-on-one interview with the King of the Spartans, Gerard Butler.


Creator Neil Gaiman stopped over at his blog long enough to dispel rumors of Joel Shumacher directing his Vertigo masterwork. Gaiman wrote, "I remember about eight years ago the then Warner Brothers co-studio head Billy Gerber told me that he got weekly calls from people who wanted to make, direct or star in a 'Sandman' film. 'On Wednesday,' he said, 'Michael Jackson called about it.' Given the comments some months ago from Alan Horn and Jeff Robinoff, who now run Warner Brothers, I don't believe the calls from people who want to make Sandman have decreased in the last eight years -- quite the reverse. Which I mention because I got a small deluge of letters from people asking me what I thought about Joel Shumacher saying in an interview that he'd love to direct a 'Sandman' film and wondering if that meant that it was now about to happen, and of course it doesn't and it isn't. It simply puts Mr. Schumacher in a very long line of people who want to make Sandman, some way ahead of Michael Jackson."


Superhero Hype has the newest TV commercial, if you'd like to see it without all that annoying waiting and show and what not.


You can pull one Oscar-winner out of contention for the role of Harvey Dent -- according to IGN, actor Jamie Foxx's publicist categorically denied. "No truth to it whatsoever," said Foxx's publicist Alan Neirob.


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