On his official website, Artist Tim Bradstreet has hinted that he's involved with The Punisher movie!
A big factor in the profit rise of Fox Entertainment was their superhero movies, especially X2: X-Men United. Way to go mutants! You can check out the full release here:
X-Fan Eric Moreels tells us that there are more details about the X2 DVD contents...
An ancient but popular fan film "The Goblin's Last Stand" is now available for download on the web. It's a gas, so take a look. Visit the link for the download and screenshots.
We won't be seeing a Hulk spoof in the upcoming "Scary Movie 3" as was previously reported. Apparently it was "too lame, or revolting". Hmmm, now I'm interested in seeing it! Maybe it will make the DVD? Click the link for more from ComingSoon.net... Th
Among the numbers and economy-speak, Marvel shed some light on their current movie projects. First, the December 2004 release date for the Fantastic Four Release is questionable since the script is still not written. Artisan will not be focusing on
Superhero Hype reports that during Marvel's telephone conference call with investors about their Quarter 2 results, the company mentioned that Spider-Man 2 movie toys will start rolling out in the 1st Quarter of 2004. For you non-economical types, that st
Comic Book Resources reports that a new Wonder Woman writer, Laeta Kalogridis has been hired by Warner Bros. to re-do the script. Get the info at the link.
Marvel's financial statement provides some interesting movie news! It lists the current Marvel projects that have the green light, and a new computer animated Blade series soon to come on MTV. See the entire release at the link, but here is the movie list
Artisan Entertainment said it will spend $12 million preparing and shooting "The Punisher" movie in Tampa. Although specific details of the movie budget are confidential, that figure is in line with one based on a method industry observers use to estimate
Friday night at the Wizard World Fan Awards in Chicago the Spider-Man movie won the "Biggest TV/Movie Event for 2002". Plus, attendees got to see an acceptance by Sam Raimi, who did some schtick with Doc Ock's tentacles.
The current "Punisher" comics series will be coming to a close and relaunching, with new numbering, as a MAX title. "MAX" being the name for Marvel titles that get a little more graphical with hardcore violence and sexual situations. Said Quesada, "We dis
Comics2Film/CBR News has learned that Scheider will play Frank Castle's father in the movie. The source was unsure if the lead character would interact with his father in present day or in flashback.
"I'm kind of tickled they used some of my characters, but I've got a bit of a "wait-and-see" attitude to movies these days. A nice, brutal, fast-paced, well-plotted action movie would be a welcoming break from most of the stuff coming out at the moment -
Undeterred by the lukewarm response to the latest cinema exploits of Lara Croft and Charlie's Angels, Hollywood is preparing to unleash a slew of new blockbusters fronted by voluptuous, ass-kicking action heroines.
Entertainment Weekly had a funny bit with Neil Patrick Harris who voices Peter Parker/Spidey in MTV's animated Spider-Man series. Here's what was said...
Chris Townsend and his co-CG sups Gerald Gutschmidt and Michael Dicomo worked closely with veteran visual effects supervisor Dennis Muren and director Ang Lee to achieve just the shade of rage that Lee was looking for in the Hulk. Here, Townsend breaks do
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The Spider-Man 2 movie is expected to cost more than $200 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The article mentions that the 25% increase in cost from the first movie means high stakes for Sony since this summer has shown costly sequels don’t ne
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