Wolverine, Watchmen, Transformers 2: February 1st Comic Reel


Superhero Hype has the new one-sheet poster for the Hugh Jackman-fueled Marvel movie.  

You might also find spoilers in some of the stuff in the new trailer for the video game ...

Directed by Gavin Hood, release date: May 1, 2009.


CBR News has new images from the "Watchmen: The Art of the Film" book, which goes on sale February 10.  

Meanwhile, Superhero Hype has an early look at Warner Home Video's DVD and Blu-ray Disc covers for "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter" which also includes "Under the Hood," which hit stores March 24th.  

Finally, there's a new photo at Entertainment Weekly.  

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


There were some big robots in that Super Bowl trailer!

 Directed by Michael Bay, release date: June 26, 2009. G.I. JOE: RISE OF COBRA There was another Hasbro property showing its stuff during Sunday's big win for the Steelers (thanks to First Showing) ... 

Starring Dennis Quaid, release date: August 7, 2009.


CBR News has a feature article with production stills about the television miniseries adaptation of the Belgian comic book.  

Debuting on NBC February 8 and 15, 2009.


Another DCU character shows up in Kansas, and the spoilery production stills proving it can be found at Kryptonsite.

Next episode: "Requiem," February 5, 2009.


Director Guillermo del Toro told MTV that another sequel was on the way ... one of these days.  "We're three, four years away from anything happening," del Toro said, "so I don't think anyone is, you know, in a big hurry."  He has however apparently given his blessing for another director to step up for a rumoured B.P.R.D. spin off (which would follow other characters in the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defence).    

Starring Ron Perlman, no release date announced.


Over the weekend, IGN posted eight new production stills from the upcoming action film.

Release date: February 6, 2009.


According to a press release posted at Newsarama, Cartoon Network has announced that it optioned the comic series created by Joshua Williamson and Marcus L. Harris and published by Desperado Publishing for development as weekly television series as part of the "live action initiative."  Thanks to MarcLHar for the tip.

No release date announced.


Producer Chris Yost is the subject of a feature article about the direct-to-DVD animated feature.


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