When it takes up its new name (SyFy) the channel will also be doing a new take on the Lee Falk creation. The Hollywood Reporter says here that the film should air in 2010, with a possible follow-up series starting later.
Variety says here that the Coen Brothers will be doing a "truer to the book" version than the 1969 film. Their description of the script is: "A lot of violence in it. There's scalping and hanging ... it's good. Indians torturing people with ants, cutting their eyelids off. It's a proper western, a real western, set in the 1870s."
TV DVD News
TVShowsOnDVD.com has posted info about "Burn Notice" (Season 2) here, "ER" (Season 11) here, "Designing Women" (Season 1) here, "The Spectacular Spider-Man" (Vol 4) here, "The Jeff Foxworthy Show" (Season 2) here, "The Middleman" (Complete Series) here.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Ryan Reynolds spoke here to MTV about his Deadpool character in the film. First, he confirmed it is deadpool, saying: "That [face in the trailer], I would say, is Deadpool, yeah. When I'm in the scarred makeup too, and you'll see closer shots obviously in the film, and it's hard to even tell that's me, but you can tell. You've just got to find a better shot." Then Reynolds said: "I'm not going to get into exactly what's going on with his mouth, particularly because he is 'the merc with the mouth…' But it's going to be pretty interesting when people see it. People are going to be blown away and have a deep appreciation for what it is and how that character fits into this universe."
Where The Wild Things Are
USA Today has posted a great story here, with a link to a lot of pictures from the film that will be released on October 16th.
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
X-Men: The Lives and Times of Lucas Bishop #2,
X-Force/Cable: Messiah War Prologue,
Wolverine: First Class #13,
War of Kings: Darkhawk #2,
& Avengers: The Initiative Featuring Reptil #1