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Actor Hugh Jackman was interviewed by the Herald Sun talking about his pint sized cinematic counterpart. "I'm used to these movies now," he said. "They're big and there's a lot involved, a lot at stake, so it's always high pressure ... He's one of those kids who's fearless. I hope he doesn't read this article because yes, there is pressure on him because of who he's playing and the expectations of fans. I was lucky to be completely ignorant of fans' expectations and the whole world before 'X-Men' came out. I just hope he doesn't read too much or go on the internet because he naturally has the goods I know the fans will love."


According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor Mekhi Phifer will star in and take producer credit on the Boom! Studios property, alongside Boom! Studios' Ross Richie and Andrew Cosby. The adaptation screenplay will be White's first feature since the Oscar-winning "Ray."


Kryptonsite has screen captures from the new trailer for next week's episode "Apocalypse" ...


CBR News has an interview with actor Matthew Fox about masking up as Racer X.

Sci Fi Wire has a story about the 20-minute standalone "mocumentary" created by retailer Target focusing on the fast-paced film.


Superhero Hype has a new look at Big Green from a tie-in advertisement.


CBR News has news and images on the Robert Kirkman-minded animated series headed to Spike TV.


Speaking of promotional imagery, a new poster has leaked at viral site Why So Serious? which came from a page that simply says "four days." What's on deck for Tuesday? Hmm ...

Speaking of viral sites, what's up with Kinsly Travel?

Harvey Dent's campaign website has been updated as well, with audio from the candidate and Superhero Hype has the text from an email that fans were sent.

Finally, The Bad and The Ugly has kept up with what fans are getting as part of Operation Slipknot.


Has Terrance Howard slipped up and let loose spoilers for the sequels? IGN thinks so with details from this movie and quotes from Howard implying things for the future.

It's plausible since director Jon Favreau told Rotten Tomatoes how far he's thinking ahead. "I've got another two movies in my head; I'm ready to go and I know the cast feels the same way," he said. "Now it's out of the hands of us, of the filmmakers, and it's even out the hands of your readers. I know all the people who have been following this for two years are going to go and see the movie, and maybe they'll see it twice and I'm very grateful for that. If everybody comes out to see the movie and it's successful, then I'm sure Marvel's going to want to do another."


Truth or misdirection? TFW2005 claims that shooting starts on the sequel June 2nd.


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