Three-time Emmy Award winner Bryan Cranston flips to the other side of the law as the voice of Lt. James Gordon for the animated retelling of Frank Miller’s landmark comic in Batman: Year One, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies.
At the Legendary Comics panel at the New York Comic Con, Frank Miller confirmed that new Sin City stories were on the way. Miller also confirmed that he has “every intention of doing them with Dark Horse.”
With a new movie supposedly in production, and knowing that Dark Horse couldn’t keep Sin City trades on the shelf during the first movie’s release, I expect both Miller and Dark Horse are busy figuring out ways to make maximum dollars on this still very hot property.
Ben McKenzie plays a wealthy young man on a personal quest for justice in TNT’s hit series Southland. Now the actor heads to the streets of Gotham City as the voice of another rich young adult with a need for righteousness in Batman: Year One, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies.
McKenzie makes his maiden voyage into animation voiceovers as Bruce Wayne/Batman, the title character of comics legend Frank Miller’s classic retelling of the Dark Knight’s gritty, formative days.
Warner Home Video sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at Batman: Year One that arrives in stores on October 18, 2011. If you liked Batman interrupting a dinner party, check out Batman have a friendly exchange…
The word from Robert Rodriguez during the San Diego Comic Con was that Sin City 2 was in the works. Today, we learn that William Monahan, the Oscar winning screenwriter for The Departed, has been hired to work on the script to bring it closer to production.
During his panel at the San Diego Comic Con, Robert Rodriguez announced that Frank Miller has indeed completed the script for Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For. The sequel will not only include an adaptation of the Sin City arc, but two new stories set in the world of Sin City. Rodriguez revealed that the title for one of them will be The Long Bad Night.
Because Rodriguez basically controls all means of production and shoots most of it on green screen, the director stated that the film could begin shooting as early as later this year.
While it doesn’t feature Batman, the Frank Miller Holy Terror comic does have a Batman-esque character taking on terrorists. The trailer for the comic has arrived, and ready for you to check out.
Frank Miller – the iconic writer/artist of Sin City and 300 – brings you a no-holds-barred action thriller for the modern era. Join The Fixer, a brand new, hard-edged hero as he battles terror in the inaugural release from Legendary Comics:
Frank Miller’s Holy Terror — coming September.
After a prolonged absence from the print medium, Dark Horse Presents returns. But will this return, with such creators as Paul Chadwick, Richard Corben, and Neal Adams, be a boon? Or a burden? Take the jump faithful Spoilerite to find out.
Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Animation have announced the next direct to DVD animated movie in the animated original line is Batman: Year One. The Frank Miller tale is getting the movie treatment by Tab Murphy.
According to Bleeding Cool, an iconic splash page from the 1980′s may be going up on the auction block in a few weeks. The site reports that Frank Miller and Klaus Janson’s splash page from the Hunt the Dark Knight issue of The Dark Knight Returns will be offered up to someone who has really deep pockets. In the last several months pages from The Watchmen, Captain America, and Superman have hit the art auction circuit, and have fetched some pretty high prices.
Whoever gets this piece should feel pretty happy to have this on display in their space. And for the person who comes in second, please feel free to contact me. I think I have a better way for you to flush awayinvest your excess millions.
Seems The Spirit can’t keep Frank Miller from continuing to explore his directing options. His latest is a commercial for Gucci Guilty featuring Evan Rachel Wood, Chris Evans, and a whole lot of virtual world stuff that looks very familiar to those acquainted with the comic scribe’s work.