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'Spider-Man 2' Tops, 'Catwoman' Flops Newsweek poll
(August 16, 2004)
Newsweek.com's first movie-themed readers' survey, launched a week ago, collected more than 6,500 opinions. The best movie of the summer, with 28 percent of the vote, was 'Spider-Man 2.' 'Catwoman' landed in the bottom five. Click for details...

Comics in Context #49: Gray 'n' Green
(August 16, 2004)
IGN.com FilmForce continues their series on the Museum of Television and Radio's "Look! Up at the Screen! It's Superheroes on Television!" with a retrospective on the Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno series 'The Incredible Hulk'.

Smallville: More Teasing from The WB
(August 16, 2004)
The WB aired an all new teaser early last night focusing on Smallville's Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk). Click to view the video clip and several screen captures at the Devoted to Smallville Website!

Aspyr Media, Inc. Ships 'Spider-Man 2: The Game' for Macintosh
(August 16, 2004)
Aspyr Media, Inc. announced that 'Spider-Man 2: The Game,' has been shipped to distributors and is coming to the Apple Macintosh. 'Spider-Man 2: The Game,' licensed by Activision, was developed by Ryan C. Gordon, who has previously worked with Aspyr Media,

'Spider-Man 2' gig just fell out of the sky to writer
(August 16, 2004)
One day, Sam Raimi, the director of both Spider-Man movies, called Michael Chabon and asked him if he would like to write a screenplay for Spider-Man 2. Chabon had no idea such an opportunity was coming his way...

BK Diner uses Spidey senses to web up a cool $1,000,000
(August 16, 2004)
Spider-Man strikes again at Burger King restaurants, with one lucky winner claiming the $1,000,000 cash prize in the national Spidey Sense promotion. In true Peter Parker style, the 19-year-old winner prefers to keep his identity to the public a mystery, w

More 'Batman Begins' batmobile pictures
(August 16, 2004)
A scooper was in the right place at the right time Saturday, because he got some excellent freeze-frames of the Batmobile in action in Chicago.

Christopher Reeve In Vancouver For 'Smallville' Return?
(August 15, 2004)
Adding fuel to the previous rumors that Christopher Reeve's Dr. Swann character will be returning in Season 4, a KryptonSite tipster claims to have seen Reeve in Vancouver...

'Daredevil' Director's Cut on November 30?
(August 15, 2004)
Fox Home Entertainment is said to be targeting a November 30th release for the Daredevil Director's Cut DVD as a warm up for January's 'Elektra'.

TV Guide Covers Marvel's Guide to NYC
(August 15, 2004)
In this week’s TV Guide, they apparently deemed the documentary, Marvel Super Heroes Guide to New York City, worthy enough to highlight it as their main pick on the Familiy Page's "Shows you can watch together." "Pleasant if not penetrating, Guide takes vi

Warner Bros. Addresses fan films
(August 15, 2004)
"At this time, neither Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. nor DC Comics (collectively Warner Bros.) is prepared to launch a fan film program, which would be solely, or in part, managed by Warner Bros."

Constantine director unveils sneak peek at Wizard World
(August 15, 2004)
An eighteen minute video clip from the upcoming movie Constantine, starring Keanu Reeves and a special Q&A with director Francis Lawrence, highlighted the VERTIGO presentation at Wizard World Chicago...

Batman Begins Set Pic From US Weekly
(August 14, 2004)
A scooper sends a picture that appeared in the new issue of US Weekly and shows Christian Bale and Gary Oldman on the Batman Begins set.

Brian Tyler signed to score 'Constantine'
(August 14, 2004)
Composer Brian Tyler's official website reveals he's signed to score Warner Bros.' Constantine, based on the DC/Vertigo comic book Hellblazer. Tyler has recently provided music for 'Godsend', 'Star Trek Enterprise', 'Children Of Dune' and 'Bubba Ho Tep', t

'Batman' filming in the sky over Chicago
(August 14, 2004)
You might have seen the crews around town filming scenes for the latest Batman movie. This time, Gotham City police had the Batmobile trapped on the top of a parking garage at Franklin and Washington with a camera helicopter keeping a close watch. More...

Coleby up for Superman role?
(August 14, 2004)
'All Saints' actor Conrad Coleby may be Australia's next big Hollywood export after an audition for the role of Superman...

Superman shooting dates and candidate
(August 14, 2004)
Second Unit filming for 'Superman' could happen as early as late October / early November in Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia, while principal filming will start in spring 2005 for a summer 2006 release. More...

Exclusive look at 'Batman Begins' at Wizard World Chicago
(August 14, 2004)
Screenwriter David Goyer was joined by director Chris Nolan (Memento) as DC's publisher Paul Levitz revealed the exclusive, never before seen footage (which by the way will not be seen again for a few months at least) of the new upcoming Bat-flick...

More on that 'Batman Begins' panel from Wizarld World Chicago
(August 14, 2004)
Another report from the Batman Begins panel and presentation at the Wizarld World Chicago...

'Batman Begins' Clips Package Review
(August 14, 2004)
Presented today to a small group of fans and professionals, Warner Brothers showed four minutes of clips from the upcoming 'Batman Begins.' CBR's Augie De Blieck Jr. shares his perspective of the preview.

Babes and Blood...Maxim has 'Blade: Trinity' clip
(August 13, 2004)
If you were among the priviledge to go to last month's Comic-Con, then you already saw the clip showing Jessica Biel as Abigail laying the smackdown to some vampires. If you want to see it again, or you were like me and couldn't go, you can watch it in Win

Lions Gate taps exec for Marvel DVDs by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(August 13, 2004)
Months after inking a deal with Lions Gate to produce direct-to-DVD titles, Marvel Enterprises has tapped Eric Rollman to oversee the venture. Rollman will serve as senior veep of home entertainment and TV production at Marvel Studios and will shepherd

Neil Gaiman Brings Fans Up To Speed on Film and Comic Deals by Rob M. Worley, Editor
(August 13, 2004)
With a multitude of projects in development, write Neil Gaiman spoke with CBR News updating the status of film projects "Death: The High Cost of Living," "Books of Magic," "Murder Mysteries" and others, plus addresses the rumors he's to write "Thor" for Ma

"The Batman" Strikes Awe in Collector with Mattel's New Toy Line
(August 13, 2004)
Mattel has added more reasons to make Bat-Fans drool, and the new toys based on the new Kids WB show 'The Batman' are worth the spit.

'Crow: Wicked Prayer' may fly in February
(August 13, 2004)
Speculation swirls around the release of 'Wicked Prayer', the next installment of the Crow series. A February 2005 bow seems possible. More...

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