Seems like every director is tweeting information regarding their movies. Robert Rodriguez sent followers a couple of photos over the weekend, that shows Josh Brolin on set, and how he might look when all the magic goes on to remove the greenscreen and replace it with Frank Miller’s world.
Actress and fanboy favorite Rosario Dawson delivers a knockout punch as the voice of strong-willed Amazonian warrior Artemis in Wonder Woman, the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies due from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation on March 3, 2009. Warner Home Video will distribute the all-new film, which will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.
Dawson, whose voiceover experience was previously limited to a single episode of Robot Chicken, completely immersed herself in the warrior mindset to bring Artemis to animated life. Dawsonâ€™s resonating take on the focused, powerful tones and dry, no-nonsense (and thus, unintentional humor) approach of Artemis perfectly complements the work done by the rest of the stellar voice cast, which includes Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion, Virginia Madsen and Alfred Molina.
Also revealed at Tuesday night’s upfront presentation is the Rosario Dawson produced pilot, True Believer.Â Dawson has been hired to produce the pilot episode that could be turned into a series that follows a comic nerd who hires a former superhero to teach him the ropes on fighting crime.
Dawson is exec producer, and her co-author on the Image Comics book “Occult Crimes Task Force,” David Atchinson, will write the script of “Believer” with Matthew Spradlin and Tom Feister.
Fans of the Sin City star shouldn’t get too excited, Dawson isn’t expected to star in the show as of this report.
Image Comics delivers yet another heaping helping of sneak peeks for you to check out. This week the sad conclusion to After the Cape (remember kids, say no to drugs), Death Dealer #2, the fourth volume of Girls, OCT (yeah you know me) co-written Rosario Dawson, and much more.
These previews should keep you busy for a while.
I’m not really interested in posting celebrity gossip, unless it is really good and relates to comics in some way. Well, horny fan boys have two reasons to rejoice this week. First it was Britney and K’fed, now Occult Crimes Taskforce’s Rosarrio Dawson has reportedly split with her beau Jason Lewis.
Star Magazine is reporting the two went their separate ways on November 3rd.
“They’re being very private about why they broke up,” says a source, “but they are for sure broken up.”
Their publicist, Meredith O’Sullivan, had “no comment” for Star when asked to confirm the split.
Rosario, who became famous for playing Colin Farrell’s exotic lover in Alexander — and then was rumored to be his real-life lover too — met Jason, best known for starring on Sex and the City as Samantha’s boytoy, at Vin Diesel’s birthday party in July 2004.
Comic fans know Rossario not only from Occult Crimes Taskforce, but also as Gail from Sin City, Laura Vasquez in Men in Black II, and Becky in Kevin Smith’s Clerks 2.
And yes, you can click the thumbnail for a larger image.
via Star Magazine (link)