A little family time is good for the soul Supergirl had a pretty rough time when Darkseidâ€™s psycho groupie showed up on Earth looking to kill Superman.Â Had Kal-El not arrived in time, Kara might have found herself on the receiving end of the icy cold fingers of death.Â Instead Maelstrom was sent packing back to Apocalypse, leading Clark to think it would be a good idea to do a little cousin bonding.
Nothing says, “We don’t trust you” than the announcement from Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro that the only people who can really write the Hobbit movie adaptation (and the unnamed sequel to follow) is none other than Guillermo del Toro and Peter Jackson. The news caps off an eight-month search for a scribe to tackle the coveted task of bringing the literary classic to the big screen. When Jackson and New Line resolved their differences over profit participation in the “Rings” films, Jackson said he would not be writing the “Hobbit” movies because of other commitments, though he does
Sony has announced that it has signed writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless to pen the next big screen adaptation of Flash Gordon.Â The update to the series has been passed around from Universal back to Hearst owned King Features Syndication, and now finally to Sony, who picked up the rights a few months ago. Joining the writers are producer Neal Moritz and director Breck Eisner. There are a lot of people who still have an affection for the 1980’s Flash Gordon flick, those that get a kick out of Buster Crabbe’s 1930’s serial, and not a single person I
Dynamite Entertainment has announced it has made an agreement with the Dille Estate to bring Buck Rogers back to comics. Nick Barrucci, Publisher and President of Dynamite Entertainment, is very enthusiastic to be working on one of his “dream projects since childhood,” and to be working with Flint and his family legacy in that process. Barrucci proudly confirms that fan favorites, Alex Ross and John Cassaday, will be integral to Dynamiteâ€™s Buck launch, with both Alex and John providing character designs, Alex providing a cover to issue #1, and John serving as regular series cover artist starting with issue #1.