Watchmen, Iron Man, Heroes: November 11th Comic Reel


Superhero Hype has a first look at new character-based posters from the Alan Moore adaptation.

Directed by Zack Snyder, release date March 6th, 2009.


Marvel Animation Age has news on the upcoming animated series, including an official description and an image.

Canadian debut November 21, 2008, US premiere April 2009.


Producer Greg Beeman has updated his blog with details and what not about last night's episode, "Villains."

CBR News also has a new installment of their "Behind the Eclipse" features.  

Next episode: Monday, November 17th, "It's Coming."


Hey, wanna take a look at the new TV spot for the prequel?  Check it out, thanks to Comic Book Movie ...

Directed by Lexi Alexander, premieres December 5, 2008


Director Sam Mendes told Empire Online that fans should be patient.  "This is a typical Variety announcement," Mendes said.  "Basically they should have written, 'Mendes in development with Preacher.' What I'm doing is, I've gotta find a script. I've just got to get it written.  There's so much of it you couldn't possibly fit it all into one movie. It's just about what you keep and what you leave out, and how you structure the story. But just to have that toy set again, being able to paint on a big canvas and to say 'I am gonna do crazy crane shots and massive action sequences again because I want to,' it's exciting."

No release date announced.


A rumor at the IESB claims that a director has been secretly named for the movie ... McG.  

No release date announced.


Josh Brolin says no, according to Collider.  

No release date announced.


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