by Brendon Connelly, Source: BleedingCool.com
Looks like his buddy Richard Clark had been led up the garden path a little: Brian Kirk hasn’t locked down the directing gig on Thor 2.
Instead, Marvel are looking at other candidates. Out in front, it would seem, is Patty Jenkins.
Jenkins made a splash in 2003 with Monster, her Aileen Wurnos biopic which won an Oscar for Charlize Theron. Since then, she’s been working on a smaller scale, or at least screen, with episodes of Entourage and Arrested Development plus the pilot of The Killing building up her resume. Continue reading
By Matthew Jackson, Source: Blastr.com
The trouble with Time Lords is they’re always jumping around the calendar, but we probably can’t blame the Doctor for this. We’ve seen it coming for a while, and now it’s confirmed: Doctor Who season seven won’t premiere until autumn 2012. Continue reading
by CBR News Team, Source: CBR.com
This December, the pop culture phenomenon known as Voltron is returning to a comic book store near you! Under a series of amazing covers by master painter Alex Ross, and written by Dynamite’s own up and coming writer Brandon Thomas, the series is destined to be a sure fire hit! Dynamite will present all new adventures of the classic robot super-hero! Originally released in 1984, Voltron: Defender of the Universe quickly skyrocketed to be the number one children’s program in the United States. Merchandising rapidly followed and more than 100 different Voltron products were on shelves around the world.
“Voltron is one of the most well-known cartoons of all-time,” says Dynamite President Nick Barrucci. “Classic Media and World Events Productions are working with a wide-range of licensing partners to ensure Voltron’s success. With the upcoming cartoon and a feature film in the works, now is the perfect time to launch a Voltron comic book for a new era, which will feature amazing Alex Ross covers! Our acquisition of this incredible brand is another step in Dynamite’s exciting growth and builds on the ongoing success of our line.”
“I grew up loving the big robots from Japan,” says legendary artist Alex Ross. “And Voltron is one of the coolest-looking of them!”