They're a bit hard to focus on, but if you check out the official website you can see some set photos from the Vancouver shoot.
Screen captures from the trailer? CBR News has it all covered.
THE DARK KNIGHT
Actress Sarah Jayne Dunn told the Liverpool Daily Post that she didn't know what exactly she would be doing in the Bat-sequel. "I know that I am in it," the actress said. "I know that I am working with Eric Roberts -- Julia's brother -- and that is as much as I know. They are being very secretive because they donÕt want leaks." Astute Comic Reel fans will remember on April 26th we reported "that Eric Roberts has joined the cast as a Mafia kingpin," so there's some indication there.
As well, CBR's own Rich Johnston has some tidbits about Heath Ledger on set.
ALIENS VS. PREDATOR: REQUIEM
According to Shock Till You Drop, the production will take fans to the Predator home world.
Returning to Gotham City for a moment, there's an interesting treat at the Legions of Gotham message boards from former character designer Jose Lopez -- a preview of season four character art, including some gray-templed guy from Coast City.
THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN
Keeping it animated, ICv2 claims that "Sony Entertainment's Culver Entertainment subsidiary has upped their order of episodes for the 'Spectacular Spider-Man' series to 26 from the original 13. 'Spectacular Spider-Man' will be airing this fall on the Kids' WB! portion of the CW Network."
30 DAYS OF NIGHT
Shock Till You Drop also has three new one sheet posters for the Steve Niles adaptation.
Kryptonsite has fresh spoilers about the season's seventh episode and holiday plans as well.
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