According to Superhero Hype!, a video game that takes place between X2 and X3 is being produced. The game will star Wolverine, Iceman, and Nightcrawler. It is being written by X2 writer Zak Penn and legendary X-Men comic writer Chris Claremont. Additionally, the game will answer some questions, most notably about Nightcrawler’s absence from the […]
Superhero Hype! reports that Michael Bay will begin filming the upcoming Transformers live-action movie in Vancouver this coming spring. Construction on sets will begin in February 2006.
According to several sources, Actor Noriyuki “Pat” Morita has died of natural causes. Many fans remember him as the wise old karate teacher, Mr. Miyagi, from the Karate Kid franchise and as Arnold from Happy Days. He did do work in the animation industry as The Emperor in Mulan, and he recently played himself in […]
Superhero Hype! reports that a teaser trailer for Superman Returns will be attached to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The trailer will run for one minute and thirty-three seconds. Superman Returns comes to theaters on June 30, 2006.
Superhero Hype! has posted the first picture of Blackheart (played by Wes Bentley) in the upcoming Ghost Rider film, coming to theatres on July 14, 2006. Also in the picture are Abigor (played by Mathew Wilkinson) and Wallow (played by Daniel Frederiksen) at the Old Train Station.
Citing Variety, Superhero Hype! reports that a television series based on the film Sin City is in the works. The series would follow Robert Rodriguez’s second film, due out in 2006. No network or casting announcements have been made at this time.
TVShowsOnDVD has confirmed that Warner Home Video will be releasing the entire 22-episode run of The Flash on January 10, 2006.
Superhero Hype! reports that actor Nicholas Cage has named his newborn baby son, Kal-el, after DC Comics hero Superman.
Comic Book Resources reports that Mark Millar has signed a deal to have his three-issue miniseries Chosen adapted into a movie. Scott Derrickson, who directed The Exorcism of Emily Rose, will direct; Millar will write.
Comic Book Resources has posted several photos of the new Fantastic Four animated series. Twenty-six half-hour episodes will be produced by Marvel and French company Antefilms Productions. The series is scheduled to begin airing in the United States and other various countries in late 2006.