After nearly a year in Pre-Pro Hell, Seth Rogen’s green hornet is finally going before the lens next month.Â At one point Stephen Chow was set to direct and play Kato, but then for reasons unknown to the Intardwebz community, Chow stepped down from directing duties.Â The good news is, he is still in for playing the Green Hornet’s sidekick.
Pursued by police as a wanted criminal, the masked vigilante Green Hornet is actually Britt Reid, owner and publisher of muckraking journal the DailyÂ Sentinel. Reid’s dual identity is known only to his secretary and the city district attorney.
The film now has a July 9, 2010 release date.
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On the next Major Spoilers Podcast, the panel will review Batman: The Long Halloween.Â Interestingly, Matthew will reference the original issues, Stephen the first softcover trade, and Rodrigo the Absolute edition.
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Taking place during Batman’s early days of crime fighting, this collection tells the story of a mysterious killer who murders his prey only on holidays. Working with District Attorney Harvey Dent and Lieutenant James Gordon, Batman races against the calendar as he tries to discover who Holiday is before he claims his next victim each month. A mystery that has the reader continually guessing the identity of the killer, this story also ties into the events that transform Harvey Dent into Batman’s deadly enemy, Two-Face.
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Though not surprising in the slightest, I was pleasantly happy to see Two-Face Year One in this weekâ€™s pull lists. I was however surprised that it was only a two parter, but then I found that it was 48 pages long, and â€¦ needless to say, as a big Harvey Dent fan, Iâ€™ll be looking forward to buying this in TPB.
But for the moment, weâ€™ve got 48 pages worth of Harvey Dent to review, and I was once again pleasantly surprised with how this turned out.
More After the Jump
In this bonus episode, Scott Johnson from My Extra Life (www.myextralife.com) and Stephen Schleicher review The Dark Knight movie from Warner Bros. and wrap up the Nerdtacular II event.
Batman and James Gordon join forces with Gotham’s new District Attorney, Harvey Dent, to take on a psychotic bank robber known as The Joker, whilst other forces plot against them, and Joker’s crimes grow more and more deadly.
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I got a phone call this weekend from none other than Harvey Dent, asking me – ME to help him with his campaign to get elected as the district attorney of Gotham City.
Of course there’s a catch. You have to head over to I Believe in Harvey Dent and download a bunch of signs and posters that you print out and decorate your office, room, neighborhood.
Following all that fun, take pictures or videos of your Harvey Dent Campaign exploits and you could be a star in Warner Bros. new viral campaign for the upcoming Batman flick.
via I Believe in Harvey Dent