Kevin Pereira gets some face time with Zach Snyder, director of 300 and the hotly-anticipated film version of The Watchmen, to talk a little bit about the movie and see what might be coming in the near future.
There are tons of rumors swirling around Spike Jonze's adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are. Talks of Jonze having issues with the studio have been mostly crushed by producer Gary Goetzman in an interview with Ain't it Cool's Mr. Beaks.
Apparently, the rumors that Max was poorly acted by complete unknown Max Records, that Jonze is slated to be let go, and that the entire film which was supposed to be released in October of 2008 is being completely reshot are all false.
No doubt there is trouble in the Warner Bros. arena regarding Where the Wild Things Are, it's just unclear what the delays are all about. Hopefully these delays will result in a better adaptation of this classic, cherished children's book.
aintitcool.com: It's Not a Question of WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE, But When..
How'd you like to cruise in Night Owl II's Owl Ship across the expansive and world-famous New York City with ten of your closest friends? Well, too bad. What do you think this is; some kind of Watchmen Amusement Park? WRONG?
Uh, but, anyway here's a link to pics of the Owl Ship at Comic Con. You're there, right?
slashfilm.com: Comic Con: The Owl Ship From Watchmen
It's Friday, and you know what that means...it's time for Fresh Ink Online. This week, Blair Butler is back from her sabbatical, and she's got some new comics for you to chew on, including Daredevil #108, Northlanders #7, Wolfskin Annual #1, Genius #1 and Powers #29. Whew! That's a lot of comics.
Why not watch and see what you're missing?
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In this week's epic conclusion of Fresh Ink Online's very special One-Shot Wonders & Stand-Alone Standouts, there are four epic comics that are epically worthy of your consideration. Seriously, it's epic. We have the epic Action Comics #775, two epic mutant tales with Ultimate X-Men #41 & Wolverine #56, and an epic near-Spidey experience with Severance Package: Entangled Web #4.
Seriously, it's epic. Check it.
On this week's edition of Fresh Ink Online, Blair Butler goes through her ridiculously large comic collection and picks out the stuff that makes for the best one-shot wonders, like Sensational Spider-Man Annual, Planetary Batman: Night On Earth, Wolverine #41, Crecy, and The Punisher: The End.
If you liked this week's edition, make sure to come back for next week's mind-blowing Part II of One-Shot Wonders & Stand-Alone Standouts!
On this week's edition of Fresh Ink Online, the guru of comics Blair Butler covers a very political Ex-Machina, an ass kicking Catwoman, a dimension hopping RASL, a revolutionary issue of DMZ, and Mark Millar takes us back to the old west in Wolverine: Old Man Logan. Logan may be old, tired, and rundown...but artist Steve McNiven has never made 'ole Wolvie look so good!
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