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Dark Horse Announces Star Wars: Knight Errant

Coming off the heels of penning the breakout hit Mass Effect: Redemption and the gripping finale of Knights of the Old Republic, writer John Jackson Miller introduces us to Kerra Holt, a young Jedi who’s about to realize that her role in the galaxy is far more important, and vastly …

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Stan Lee To Star In “Super Seven”

Famed comic creator Stan Lee unveiled his newest property, a new print and digital comic book line created in conjunction with Archie Comics and A2 Entertainment. Lee is known as the most successful comic book entertainment producer of all time, having co-created Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, and Iron Man, …

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Chris Nolan to Mentor New Superman Film

Chris Nolan has been tapped to mentor the development of the latest Superman film, as well as work on the next installment of the Batman franchise, according to the folks at over Deadline.com. Deadline’s inside sources his leadership will be integral to put the franchise in the right direction, thanks …

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Tim Robbins Joins Cast of Green Lantern

Tim Robbins (The Shawshank Redemption) has been cast as Senator Hammond in  the upcoming Warner Bros. film Green Lantern, starring Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Senator Hammond is the disapproving father of the film’s villian Doctor Hector Hammond, who will be played by Peter …

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Absolute Justice Boosts Smallville

The two hour Smallville movie “Absolute Justice” brought Smallville to its highest ratings of the season. The movie introduced aspects of the DC universe new to Smallville including a reborn Justice Society, the Suicide Squad, Amanda Waller, Checkmate, and the return of The Martian Manhunter. The well-received movie not only …

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Percy Jackson Storms Theaters On February 12

Trouble-prone Percy Jackson is having problems in high school – but that’s the least of his challenges. It’s the 21st century, but the gods of Mount Olympus seem to have walked out of the pages of Percy’s Greek mythology texts and into his life. Percy has learned that his real …

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The Lost Symbol Gets Script Scribe

Sony has confirmed that Columbia Pictures is moving forward on the film  adaptation of the third of Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon books, “The Lost Symbol”. According to Variety, Columbia has hired Steven Knight (Dirty Pretty Things) to pen the script. Neither Tom Hanks or Ron Howard are committed to return …

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The Viper’s Nest Answers The 39 Clues

The global hunt for The 39 Clues, the New York Times bestselling multi-media adventure series that combines books, collectible cards and an online game, continues with the just released “Book 7: The Viper’s Nest” by Peter Lerangis. With the publication of this new installment, one of the key mysteries in the …

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