Ain't It Cool News posted this article about screenwriter/director Peter Segal about bringing the original Captain Marvel to the screen. "This kid is a prepubescent boy that gets to morph and become a superhero and I think you've got to ... that's so rich you know, to find two actors, because I don't think one actor can play 14 and 28 . . . that'd be a little creepy like 'Clifford' or something, I don't know, but that's why I think they came after a guy like me."
The Incredible Hulk
The Dundas Star News reports filming will take place in Dundas, Ontario (about 40 minutes south of Toronto). They said: "Producers of The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton and Liv Tyler, have scouted Dundas for filming locations and may shoot part of the blockbuster movie here next month. Film publicist Karen Pidgurski confirmed the Valley Town has been checked out for the major motion picture . . . but Ms. Pidgurski would not give any further details. '(We) might end up there for a couple of days at some point during the next few months,' she said. 'However, that's all the information I am able to give you at this time.'"
In a recent A&E special Corey Feldman told Corey Haim that Warner Brothers was making a direct to dvd sequel to "Lost Boys." Here is a link to the video. After that melodramatic exchange, in which Feldman revealed that he was asked to be part of the sequel but Haim wasn't asked. Now Shock Til You Drop has posted that the Frog brothers (Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander) will be reuniting, along with Corey Haim as Sam Emerson. Also Keifer Sutherland's half brother, Angus Sutherland, will be the villain in the sequel. Production starts next Monday for director P.J. Pesce.
Millennium Films has paid seven-figures for all film rights to make a series of films based on Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian. While there has been no word on any casting, but they did promise that these films will remain faithful Howard's original Conan.
ComingSoon reports here that Stephen Sommers will direct "G.I. Joe," in an article that also provides a link to a 40-year history of the G.I. Joe franchise, which can be read on Hasbro's site here.
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The Hacksaw, the Rose & the Parthenon Parrot
Sebastian Claus was known as an authority on supernatural activity, but, this was something neither he nor his extraordinary team had ever encountered:a book whose owners all died at the hands of fictional characters.Even when Paranormal P.I. Harriett Dante was brought into the case, nobody was aware of just how bizarre this was going to get. But, if they couldn't solve the riddle, the world would end in fire!
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
Silver Surfer: Requiem #4,
Legend of Isis #2,
VSS: Nemesis Rising #4,
Nightwolf: The Price #5,
G.I. Joe: America's Elite #25,
& Jughead's Double Digest #133,