The Iron Man star has been very busy as of late with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and the upcoming superhero epic from Marvel The Avengers. His recent dropping out of Oz, the Great and Powerful has given him some time to work on the Thomas Pynchon stoner noir novel adaption.
Barry Bradfield, colourist and designer for Diamond Select Toys' Minimates, ha left a note to fans on the Art Asylum blog along with the first Minimates images based off of the X-Men: First Class characters.
Contrary to the recent rumor that producer Sean Daniel and Union Entertainment had acquired the film rights to the graphic game back in 2009, developer Deep Silver has revealed via a press release that they are still looking for a studio.
The Warner Brothers production will start filming in August at Sydney's Fox Studios after a deal was signed with the New South Wales government. An Aussie native, this will be the director's third film, the others being Australia and Moulin Rouge, to be shot in the area.
Asano, of Ichi the Killer cult fame, stars alongside Josh Dallas and Ray Stevenson as The Warriors Three in the upcoming comic book adaptation which is scheduled for 2D and 3D theatrical release on May 6th, 2011.
Telling the story of an unpublished writer (Cooper) whose life is transformed by taking a top-secret smart drug that allows him to use 100% of his brain, the film is scheduled to hit theaters this March.
Skullkickers #6 is an in-between issue as creator Jim Zubkavich and crew move forward on the fist issue of the second story arc. As a special treat, readers get an offering of four independent stories about six pages in length with different creative teams for each. The result is a a fun, visually arresting book that leaves the reader wanting more.
Exclusive: DC's long-time exec producer filled me in on the future of DC Animation including Batman: Year One, the cancellation of their Animated Shorts and the possible appearance of other fan-favorite characters in future projects.
I will admit that Grant Morrison's run revolving Superman's final days isn't exactly my favorite comic storyline. While it is a damn good story it's not one of those I could have imagined would translate well into an animated feature, but DC and Warner Bros. surpassed my expectations and delivered a animated film that has quickly become one of my new favorites.