Imagi has announced that Nicolas Cage, Donald Sutherland, Nathan Lane, Bill Nighy and Eugene Levy will join Freddie Highmore in the 2009 animated feature film being directed by David Bowers. The original series went on the US airwaves in 1963.
Kevin Feige told IGN this about the 2011 film: "Our instincts are definitely leading us towards some specific directions for it. It will be a challenge. But I think what we've done in the past, and particularly my experience on the X-Men films where we balanced, you know, 'X-Men 2' had half a dozen villains and more than a half a dozen heroes. And 'Avengers' won't have that many characters in it. More importantly, it'll be how does each character get their due. And frankly I think the joy of the 'Avengers' in addition to the splash-page, blow-out action scenes with all of them in the frame together, what I'm actually more excited about is the scene interactions between them because you don't find two more different people than Tony Stark and Steve Rogers as everybody knows who reads the comics."
TV DVD News
TVShowsOnDVD.com has posted info about "The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure" (Complete Series) here, "Spider-Man" (Vs. Dr. Octopus, 1967) here, "South Park" (Season 11) here, "Masters of Science Fiction" (Complete Series) here, "BeastMaster" (Complete Series) here, "The Love Boat" (Season 1, Vol. 2) here, and "Beauty and the Beast" (Complete Series) here.
CHUD reports here that Lawrence Kasdan will do Warner Brothers.' adaptation the TV anime, due to hit theaters in 2010.
Cowboys and Aliens
The Hollywood Reporter says that Robert Downey Jr. will star in the film about an alien spaceship that landing in the Old West. The idea, which has been in development for over a decade will be produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard.
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
Bomb Queen V #2,
Dead Space #4,
Dust, Vol. 1,
Dynamo 5, Vol. 2: Moments of Truth,
After the Cape II: All Falls Down,
Moon Knight #20,
& Eternals #2