Transformers, Smallville, 300, Spider-Man 3: November 27th Comic Reel Wrap


Although it first appeared at Ain't It Cool News, Film Ick has an alleged first look at Skorponok (sic) leaked from the Michael Bay-helmed production.

Meanwhile, they're still counting up their bounty at the Alamogordo Daily News, where they have an article about the economic effect that the movie had on the town. "They spent $5.5 million in the state. That number is solid," said Ed Carr, executive director of the Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce.


Staffer Steven DeKnight posted the script for some season premiere deleted scenes on his MySpace blog including one which explains how a certain Kryptonian super villain got a certain nuclear football.

Actor Justin Hartley was interviewed by both the Northwest Indiana Times and Mediavillage discussing everything from how well he swims or shoots a bow to how he measures up to show star Tom Welling.

Finally, our pals at Kryptonsite have some new episode titles on their spoilers page.


There's an article in the New York Times (registration required) about how the Frank Miller adaptation takes the gore of ancient Greece and puts it on the silver screen.


If you missed the three new clips from the web-spinning sequel, you can find them online in glorious QuickTime, courtesy of Sony Pictures.

In addition, Tobey Maguire is featured on the cover of Empire Magazine sporting the black costume.


A scooper at Superhero Hype claims to have some inside news on the long-awaited superhero deconstruction. "I have a friend who goes to the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA," the scooper wrote, "and one of her classes had a guest instructor for a day. It was Adam Hughes. He told the class that he was doing the costume designs for the 'Watchmen' movie."


According to Variety, David Berman will guest star in an episode of NBC's "Heroes" as Brian Davis, a character with an undisclosed superpower. Berman has a recurring role on CBS' "CSI" and has guest starred on Fox's "Vanished."

X-MEN 4?

Oh sure, everybody's happy to go along with the Spidey franchise, but according to this story at XMenFilms, the future of the kids from Xavier's is less certain. The piece states, "The future of both the 'X-Men' and 'Spider-Man' movie franchises will depend on how talks between Marvel, The Sony Company, and Fox will go next ... Sony is so confident that 'Spider-Man 3' will be a hit that both the studio and Marvel are in active talks about doing more movies with the current cast and film crew. Talks between Marvel and Fox have not gone so smoothly."


Batman on Film is reporting that the sequel is currently being prepped at Leavesden Film Studios, approximately 20 miles northwest of central London near the town of Watford.


Waiting for more from the Baxter Building? The word from Superhero Hype is that a teaser trailer will be attached to prints of "Eragon" and "Night at the Museum," both due in theaters shortly. The trailer is expected online before December 15th.


A new behind the scenes clip has been posted at Ghost House Pictures.


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