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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Hellboy 3, Dead Snow, TV DVD News, Fullmetal Alchemist, Silence, Comic Previews

Hellboy 3

MTV says here that Guillermo del Toro told them that there will be another sequel some day. del Toro said: "We're three, four years away from anything happening, so I don't think anyone is, you know, in a big hurry." He has said, however, that he has no problem with another director to doing B.P.R.D. spin off (about other characters in the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defence).

Dead Snow

Sometimes you just have to watch a dead teenager and Nazi undead movie. The Guardian reports here that it is a movie about zombie SS officers in Norway. It also contains drunken horny students, who would have thought it? Here is the official site.

TV DVD News has posted info about "California Dreams" (Seasons 1 & 2) here, "Beverly Hills, 90210" (Season 7) here, "Squidbillies" (Vol. 2) here, "Lipstick Jungle" (Season 2) here, "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (Seasons 5, 6 & 7) here, "Suspense" (Lost Episodes, Collection 3) here.

Fullmetal Alchemist

Anime News Network says here that Funimation has acquired the "Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection OAV," announcing a DVD set release date in late 2009. They also announced that the sets will include everything shown in the Japanese release.


Variety reports here that Martin Scorsese is in talks with Daniel Day-Lewis and Benicio Del Toro to star in the 2010 film, expected to start shooting later this year in New Zealand. The story follows two 17th century Jesuit priests trekking to Japan to locate their mentor and to spread their religion. The movie is based on the Shusaku Endo novel adapted by Jay Cocks.

Comic Previews
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
War of Kings: Darkhawk #1,

Secret Warriors #1,

Agents of Atlas #1,

The Age of the Sentry #5,

Astonishing Tales #1,

Dead of Night Featuring Werewolf by Night #2,

Franklin Richards: It's Dark Reigning Cats & Dogs,

& Marvel Illustrated: Kidnapped! #4

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