Sci Fi Wire quotes Tim Kring here about the upcoming season: "There's a couple new villains. We're doing 11 episodes in a row that start on Sept. 24. And somewhere in that run of episodes we're going to introduce a very scary villain. At the end of last season we gave in the season finale a premonition of someone who is a very scary villain out there, who has invaded the dreams and nightmares of this character on our show named Molly Walker, who can locate people just by thinking about them. [We] teased the idea that there was another villain out there. And the audience can expect to see him somewhere in the first run of episodes."
Superman: The Man of Steel
Superhero Hype reports that a member of the The Planet Forum got a chance to meet the co-writer of the sequel Michael Dougherty and asked him about the sequel: "I asked him if he was a part of the sequel because everything I have seen says [Bryan] Singer and [Dan] Harris are writing the script and that he isn't mentioned. He confirmed that he is writing it with the two just like the last picture. I then expressed to him that I was hoping the delays of Superman: The Man of Steel weren't true. He said that they were on track and that the goal is still to have the movie out in the Summer of 2009. He seemed a little hesitant about it but did his best to try and reassure that it will get done by then. I asked if he could give any more info on the film. He responded, 'There are TWO villains,' and he smiled."
TV DVD News
TVShowsOnDVD.com has posted news on "Tales of Tomorrow" here, "Dark Shadows" (The Beginning, Vol. 4) here, "Dark Skies" (Series Release Update) here, "Angel" (Collector's Edition) here, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." (Various Configurations) here, "Mork & Mindy" (Season 3) here, "The Wild, Wild West" (Season 3) here, "C.S.I." (Season 7) here and "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (Season 3, Vol. 2) here.
Ain't It Cool News reports that Tom Hanks has signed on to star in the Ray Bradbury film. The movie reunites director Frank Darabont with Hanks, who worked together before in "The Green Mile." "Fahrenheit 451" is scheduled for a 2008 release.
The 50 Best Movie Robots
Times Online has published the list and rated them in four different categories; 1. Plausibility. 2. Coolness. 3. Dangerousness. 4. Comedy Value. The article is here.
Mike Fright: Stand Up!
Check Out: The Mike Fright Site!
The Long Summers of the Setonville Murders
Hannibal Agamemnon is just a small town sheriff. He was going to be a lawyer, but he was drawn back to the little town he came from and they made him sheriff. Ten years ago, a series of vicious child murders grabbed the national headlines and brought the FBI into quiet little Setonville. The murders were never solved, and after a while things died down. Hannibal retired, and he and his wife were happy. And now it is all starting again.
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
Buffy the Vampire Slayer #5,
Outsiders: Five of a Kind -- Week 1: Nightwing/Boomerang,
Star Wars: Legacy #15,
Outsiders: Five of a Kind -- Week 2: Katana/Shazam,
& Thunderbolts #116,