Superhero Hype also has a tidbit from a scooper who heard actor Thomas Haden Church on a radio show giving a minor spoiler about what a certain character would look like. They also have a set report with photos of ol' Web Head in action.
LEGION OF SUPER HEROES
According to Comics Continuum, "Star Trek: The Next Generation" actor Wil Wheaton will be voicing the character Cosmic Boy in the Kids WB series. They also report that Mekt Ranzz, Lightning Lad's brother will appear, and that new characters will be mixed in with old Legion villains.
The aforementioned page at Comics Continuum also has screen captures from the teaser for the direct-to-DVD animated feature.
Actor Kevin Spacey was quoted at Sci Fi Wire talking about reuniting with people he'd worked with before, saying director Bryan Singer "had obviously more money and more tools at his disposal and more toys to play with, but he's the same guy he was 10 years ago. And for us it was a great joy, because it wasn't just Bryan and me, but his cinematographer, costume designer, the editor and composer, so it felt like the family was coming back together again."
Meanwhile, a new TV spot aired during the NBA Finals, and you can take a look at it here, as well as checking out a clip of actor Brandon Routh being interviewed on E! News Live with even more footage from the film.
Finally, Superhero Hype has a possible description of the new trailer, scheduled to hit theaters on June 23rd attached to the film "Click."
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