Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, starring Jamie Foxx as the title role hit theaters in two weeks. Now, Django is crossing over into the comic book world. How? Well, Tarantino movie scripts are dense and read more like graphic novels. Many cuts are made from his scripts before the film makes it to the big screen. So, what’s done with all the scraps? This time around they’re being translated into a six issues comic book. | Full Story
The 2012 Olympics are in full swing and the world’s top athletes are competing for gold on the global stage. While catching some of the games we couldn’t help but recognize that many of these Olympic athletes have a lot in common with comic book superheroes.
Like many of the characters in the DC and Marvels comics, Olympians are able to run faster, jump higher and hit harder than any other human on the planet. | Full Story
The Rock confirms he is negotiating to play the alien mercenary Lobo in a DC Comics film.
Although most of the Marvel and DC superhero movie news has been coming out of Comic-Con in San Diego, Dwayne ‘The Rock Johnson has some comic book film news of his own. The actor turned wrestler confirmed, via Twitter, he is currently in negotiations to play the DC character Lobo.
“Rumours of me possibly playing LOBO are true,” said The Rock via his official Twitter account. | Full Story
After the astronomical success of Marvel’s/Paramount’s Avengers, Warner Bros. has unsurprisingly put in motion the revival of their own DC Superhero Ensemble, Justice League.
According to a Variety report, the studio has begun making plans to put more DC superheroes on the big screen after Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale wrap up the Batman trilogy with The Dark Knight Rises and Zack Snyder‘s Superman movie, Man of Steel, debuts in 2013. | Full Story
Either Superman (Henry Cavill) is saving the day, or he is pissed he left his debit card in his other tights. Warner Bros. released the image of Henry Cavill in true Superman glory early today. The real question remains: Is his underwear still on the outside? I can’t imagine it would be, I think it’s time to let this man wear some pants. Either way they are getting the ball rolling early with publicity, since the Man of Steel is slated for a June 14 2013 release. | Full Story