What kind of weapons will the Nite-Owl wield? Io9 has a look at prop photos showcasing the weaponry of the hero. Mmm, sharp.
Gonzo creator Grant Morrison told MTV that things are moving forward. "We have a director attached," Morrison said, but he wouldn't reveal who.
Want some behind-the-scenes video with Storm Shadow and a blue screen?
You can thank Latino Review for that.
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More video? How about the trailer for the manga adaptation? How about that?
That one's courtesy of Twitchfilm.
When will we see the master of magnetism on the silver screen? Director David Goyer won't be able to see his way to that anytime soon. "I'm writing a new version of 'The Invisible Man' for Universal," Goyer said. "I'm in the process of doing ['Invisible Man'] right now, and I'm working with some conceptual artists in tandem with writing the script. I'm actually working with one of the artists from 'Batman Begins' and 'The Dark Knight.' So it could be 'Magneto,' or it could be 'The Invisible Man' next."
TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN
According to TFW2005, an injury to the hand of actor Shia Lebeouf has halted first unit production on the sequel.
Still more from Comic-Con? Yep -- this time we find out what happens when The Dharma Initiative throws a panel.
SUPER PARIS HILTON
Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton is reporting that celebutante Paris Hilton is working with Stan Lee on a comic book version of herself that will then be adapted to a cartoon.
DARK KNIGHT BOX OFFICE UPDATE
You won't believe this one, here at CBR News.
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