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More Detailed Spoilers for Smallville's 3.16 Episode 'Crisis'
(January 17, 2004)
Additional details in this spoiler description for upcoming Smallville episode, 'Crisis.'

Iron Man update and Smallville Trade Paperback news
(January 17, 2004)
Smallville creators/executive producers Al Gough and Miles Millar have turned in a second draft for the Iron Man movie, which is shaping up as a possible 2005 release. "It's an awesome draft," Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige told The Continuum. "There should b

REVIEW: Comic Book: The Movie DVD
(January 17, 2004)
"I really enjoyed Comic Book: The Movie. If you're a fan of animation, comics, comic book movies, conventions, or even Star Wars, then you'll love Comic Book: The Movie, too."

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2004 Movies on Paper! by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(January 17, 2004)
A huge wave of comic book movies is about to wash over fans. Not surprisingly a tsunami of novelizations and comic adaptations are set to follow. Find all the great tie-in books in the C2F shop!

Smallville Episode #3-16 Spoilers
(January 17, 2004)
KryptonSite has posted spoilers for the 16th episode of Smallville Season Three, titled "Crisis" and airing on March 3...

'TMNT' DVD announced
(January 16, 2004)
4Kids Entertainment Home Video says it will release five new home videos in January, including three that hit shelves yesterday. Among them are "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" Volumes 5 and 6. More...

'Astro Boy' May Herald New Anime Invasion
(January 16, 2004)
Todayís print edition of The Wall Street Journal carries a major news story on Astro Boy, the remake of the classic 1960s anime series which will premiere on Kids WB on Saturday. The article describes Astro Boy as the first in a new wave of anime series th

Paul Giamatti leads the way by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(January 16, 2004)
Movie Poop Shoot talks to "American Splendorís" Paul Giamatti about apes, big mommas and his new leading man status versus being this generationís Burgess Meredith.

Ock To Spidey: Gotcha!
(January 16, 2004)
Check out this cool shot of Spidey in Doc Ock's clutches from the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly!

New Catwoman Pic Online!
(January 16, 2004)
Check out sexy cat Halle from the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly!

Sean Astin to Direct Fantastic Four?
(January 16, 2004)
During an interview, "Lord of the Rings" actor Sean Astin allegedly let slip to Brazil's SET Magazine that he's a contender to direc "Fantastic Four". Astin who has previously directed short films (like "The Long and Short of It") and episodes of TV shows

Dilbert creator Scott Adams expects eventual movie
(January 16, 2004)
In an interview with the Motley Fool radio show, Adams says, "We've noodled with the movie concept, and I think that sooner or later there will be a Dilbert movie [although] there's nothing in production at the moment." The quote is about at minute 8.

'Punisher' Movie Update - 'Hellboy' Merchandise Preview by Joe Hendren, Editor
(January 16, 2004)
Marvel Studios' Ari Arad told The Continuum that The Punisher movie is almost completed. The film, written and directed by Jonathan Hensleigh, will be in theaters on April 16.

Dark Horse Comics has announced several tie-in products with the


Smallville Nominated for Visual Effects Awards
(January 16, 2004)
The Visual Effects Society nominated Smallville in two categories for their 2003 Visual Effects Awards.

Smallville received nods for Outstanding Matte Painting in a Televised Program, Music Video or Commercial for the episode, "Insurgence" and


Richard Sala on adapting his horror comics
(January 16, 2004)
In October 2003, Sala said, "Someone approached me about animating a Judy Drood story. They came up with a really nice, illustrated proposal and have been shopping it around LA for a long time without much success. But that has really nothing to do with me

Smallville: Screen Captures of 'Asylum'
(January 16, 2004)
If you are looking for screen captures of last Wednesday's new episode of "Asylum," be sure to check out the Devoted to Smallville website. Over 900 images can be found!

Mutant X: Episode 309: No Exit by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(January 16, 2004)
This week on Mutant X: A revenge seeking cybernetic mutant uses his powers to overtake Sanctuary's security system in a malicious plot to destroy Mutant X.

'Madman' to film this year?
(January 16, 2004)
When asked about the long-planned movie based on Mike Allred's "Madman" comics director Robert Rodriguez said, "We're right in there right now actually. We'll probably do that later in the year. Yes, I like that project a lot."

Abrams: Superman Still Flies?
(January 16, 2004)
J.J. Abrams, who wrote the script for Warner Bros.' new Superman movie, tells Sci Fi Wire that the project is still moving forward.

Peterson eyeing the Superman gig?
(January 16, 2004)
According to an anonymous scooper, "Superman" might have a new director Ė Wolfgang Peterson, who was developing the competing "Batman Vs. Superman" for WB.

More Catwoman pics up
(January 16, 2004)
They keep on coming...

Glasses for Clark Kent?
(January 16, 2004)
The web's top source for Smallville news, KryptonSite, has just posted some images from next week's "Whisper" episode. Shots include some images of Clark Kent in a very familiar disguise...

'Harsh Realm' to be released on DVD by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(January 16, 2004)
In his blog, James Hudnall reports that the short-lived TV series based on his comic "Harsh Realm" is slated for DVD release in 2004.

Official 'Catwoman' Site Online
(January 15, 2004)
The official "Catwoman" site is up at Catwoman.com. At present it is only a placeholder site, with the logo for the film on display.

Hoskins revealed for 'Son of Mask' by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(January 15, 2004)
Bob Hoskins will play Odin, king of the Norse gods, in New Line Cinema's "Son of the Mask." Currently shooting, "Mask" is being directed by Larry Guterman from a script by Lance Khazei, Rob McKittrick and the team of Tom Gammill and Max Pross. More...

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