E! Online posted here an interesting interview with Clifton Collins Jr. about his role in the upcoming J.J. Abrams film. Collins has confirmed that the villains he and Eric Bana play are Romulans. He also said his and Bana's Romulan look could have been inspired by "Pirates of the Caribbean." He said: "We're space pirates, think of Johnny Depp as a Romulan."
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Warner Brothers has announced the film has been moved from its November 2008 release date to July 17, 2009. Warner chief Alan Horn said: "Our reasons for shifting Half-Blood Prince to summer are twofold: we know the summer season is an ideal window for a family tent pole release, as proven by the success of our last Harry Potter film, which is the second-highest grossing film in the franchise, behind only the first installment. Additionally, like every other studio, we are still feeling the repercussions of the writers’ strike, which impacted the readiness of scripts for other films—changing the competitive landscape for 2009 and offering new windows of opportunity that we wanted to take advantage of. We agreed the best strategy was to move Half-Blood Prince to July, where it perfectly fills the gap for a major tent pole release for mid-summer."
TV DVD News
TVShowsOnDVD.com has posted info about "The Streets of San Francisco" (Season 2, Vol. 2) here, "The Wild, Wild West" (Complete Series) here, "Little House on the Prairie" (Complete Series) here, here & here, "Bones" (Season 3) here and here, "The Cosby Show" (Complete Series) here, "Petticoat Junction" (Season 1) here and "Fraggle Rock" (Complete Series) here.
IESB has posted some spoilers and rumors here about the story, firstly saying that the Green Lantern will be Hal Jordan. The film is scheduled for a 2010 release. They also indicate that Greg Berlanti who is currently attached to direct might lose the job to George Miller.
Star Trek Comics: The Complete Collection
Just like Marvel put out some collections of their comics on DVD ROM, now Paramount has released all the Star Trek comics from 1967-2002. Here is their blurb at Amazon: "Star Trek - The Complete Collection (1967-2002). Star Trek comics were published under a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures under a wide variety of top publishers - Western (Gold Label), Marvel, DC, Malibu and Wildstorm. Revisit and relive your favorite Star Trek comic books. Our collection includes all issues from 1967 to 2002, every annual, all articles and every single advertisement. That's over 500 issues, all in a friendly readable PDF format and all printable. This is the first time you are able to purchase all publisherson one disk for your viewing enjoyment. Are you missing an issue or two in your Star Trek comic collection? Revisit and relive your favorite Star Trek comic books with this Star Trek - The Complete Collection (1967-2002) DVD-ROM." SRP is $49.95.
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
Atomic Robo: Dogs of War #1,
Blade of the Warrior: Kshatriya #1,
Big Hero Six #1,
Sub-Mariner: The Depths #1,
& Deadpool #1,