Legion

Legion

Legion

Release date: January 22nd, 2010 (wide)
Studio: Screen Gems
Director: Scott Stewart
Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Suspense

Starring: Paul Bettany, Dennis Quaid, Tyrese Gibson, Jon Tenney, Charles S. Dutton, Lucas Black, Kate Walsh, Doug Jones, Adrianne Palicki, Kevin Durand, Willa Holland

Michael Shanks as Hawkman

Stargirl and Hawkman Heading to Smallville

Michael Shanks as HawkmanWe have another great storyline coming to Smallville that should be as good if not better than last season's "Legions," and our expectations are high as Geoff Johns a comic book writer who wrote "Legions" is also writing two episodes called "Society" and "Legends."  This arc will introduce Hawkman, Stargirl and Dr. Fate. This will be a two hour special event on the CW here in the US with both episodes being televised back to back on January 29, 2010.

New ‘Watchmen’ Trailer and Posters

The Comedian
The full lenth trailer for the upcoming "Watchmen" movie was just released, featuring lots of never-before-seen scenes and a deeper look into the story. Click on the link below to check it out. Also Warner Bros has released six new character posters from the film, which include shots of The Comedian, Dr Manhattan, Ozymandias, Rorschach, Silk Spectre II and Nite Owl II. Check the trailer and Posters out by clicking on the links below.

‘Legion of Super Heroes’ Coming to ‘Smallville’

Well the guys over at IGN Comics recently spoke to prolific comic book write Geoff Johns. Johns has written an episode of Smallville for this season, which will see the introduction of DC Comics’ Legion of Super Heroes into the series which is awesome news for us Smallville fans. Asked about that episode, Johns said, […]

New ‘Watchmen’ Trailer and Poster

Watchmen trailer
A new trailer for the upcoming "Watchmen" film appeared during the Scream 2008 Awards on Spike TV. While the now famous Smashing Pumpkins song is once again used in it, there are still lots of new footage to see. In addition to a new trailer Warner Bros has released a new poster as well. It features a shot from the trailer, showing a man being thrown through a window with the tagline stating: "Justice is coming to all of us. No matter what we do." The poster also has the film’s MPAA rating: "Rated R for graphic violence, sexuality, nudity and language."