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Comic-Con 2009

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Next Batman Movie to Start Filming in 2010
T-Bag in "Prison Break" will be in Chapter 5 of Heroes
Wanted 2 to Start PREPRODUCTION in 8 Weeks
Pirates 4 Starts Shooting Spring '10!
Tron out in December 10
Tyrese Gibson a Thundercat?
HeroesMatt Parkman has returned to the police force. After suffering and causing so much pain, "Peter is back to being a paramedic" (wasn't he a nurse?). Claire is a college freshman. Noah is starting a new company.Unfortunately for Hiro, the nose bleeding from last season is only the start of his problems. He learns he is very ill, with little time left to live. Oka reports that Hiro's redemption journey will mark the return of significant time travel for the character in his attempts to right the perceived wrongs in his life in the days or weeks he has remaining.The trailer showed Nathan shot, dead and buried... but ended with Sylar bursting from the grave. The panel revealed that Nathan and Sylar will be sharing a body this season... and Matt and Sylar sharing a mind. Quinto seemed to delight in being able to "mess with his head."Meanwhile, Ali Larter fans will be pleased to see the character of Tracy back. It turns out the fragments of her frozen and shattered body were able to melt, liquify and re-assemble like a transparent T-1000.The season's catalyst will be the character of Samuel played by Knepper, best known as T-Bag from "Prison Break." He is the head of a carnival where Kring says a whole new group of people with abilities have been hiding in plain sight from the government crack-down. "If you can breath fire, where better to hide than a carnival?" When Samuel's brother dies, the character decides to try to take the world in a new direction.According to Knepper, his character will be interacting with all of the others as the central figure, guiding events toward goals and a conclusion that not even the actor yet knows.
Lost Season 6The big news of the panel is that season six seems set to feature an alternate reality, based on three viral commericals.The first was an ad for Oceanic Air that noted that the company was founded in 1979 (which, based on the '70s timeline from season five, should hit this year).The next, far more revealing ad, was for "Mr. Cluck's Chicken", owned and operated by Hurley who "dreamed of a recipe for perfect chicken while on a trip to Australia". It would seem that, based on the events of the finale, we're now in an alternate reality.The last video was a clip from an episode of "America's Most Wanted" focused on Kate Austen who, though she tried to kill her stepfather, killed a plumber named Ryan Milner by mistake.
New Nightmare on Elm Street filmWarner Bros. just debuted the trailer for the upcoming re-imagining of A Nightmare on Elm Street, including a full look at Jackie Earle Haley in the Freddy Krueger makeup.The trailer starts with Freddy (still alive) being chased down a dark street by the mob that winds up killing him. He's shouting that he's innocent, but the mob corners him and burns him alive. As the flames come around him, he tears off his jacket, revealing the iconic sweater.We hear the "One, two, Freddy's coming for you" song being sung by children and flashes of kids all around a graveyard. One little girl has the claws slashed across her dress.There's a girl in her room, reaching for something on a shelf and suddenly's Freddy's head is there, staring at her from behind. A number of kids are shown, obviously under the effect of Freddy's dream powers. One seems to be having a seizure on a rooftop and another is trying to burn herself with a car cigarette lighter.There's a basement, filled with pipes and Freddy moving through the darkness, getting closer and closer to the camera between flashes of victims before the logo comes up.
.......................................................................The big news was about Iron-Man 2 (out May 7, 2010), cant find the trailer anywhere online yet, but here is what was said about it.
the footage opened with Iron Man sitting in a giant donut enjoying one of those fine pastries when Sam Jackson shows up as Nick Fury and shouts to him, "Stark, I'm going to have to ask you to exit the donut!" Then they're in the coffee shop and Stark is telling Fury he doesn't want to join his "super secret boy band," and Fury says that he remembers that Stark likes doing everything himself. Stark jokes that he's not sure whether he should be looking at Fury's patch or his eye and suggest that maybe Fury is a figment of his imagination, but Fury assures him that he is "very real, I'm the realest person you're ever going to meet." "Just my luck," responds Stark.The courtroom scene is fairly revealing about one of the main plotpoints, which involves the government wanting to get the Iron Man armor away from Stark, because they consider it a "specialized weapon" that they should own. The scene starts with Shandling's Senator Stern banging his gavel on the table to call the hearings to order, suggesting they continue where they left off and when he tries to get Stark's attention, Stark quips, "Yes, dear?" Stern wants to know whether Stark considers the armor a "specialized weapon" but Stark says that he sees it more as a "hi-tech prosthetis." But Stern insists that it is a weapon, and they go back and forth for a little while with the type of quick dialogue that was all over the first movie. Stark ends the discussion by saying, "I am Iron Man, the suit and I are one" and he suggests that turning over the suit would be "tantamount to indentured servitude or prostitution." When Stern begins to respond that he's no expert, Stark says, "In prostitution? Of course not, you're a senator." Stern then calls Lt. Col. James Rhodes to the stand and Cheadle walks in, met halfway down the aisle by Stark who says he's surprised to see his friend Rhodey being called to testify against him. Rhodey responds, "It's me, I'm here, deal with it and let's move on." (That first bit sounds like a response to the fact that Cheadle was replacing Terrence Howard in the role.) Stern asks if Stark is trying to make a point to which Downey gives one of those great speeches from the first movie, claiming to be a "nuclear detterent" who is keeping America safe, saying that he has successfully "privatized world peace." "What more do you want?" he asks to cheers from the courtroom (and the audience). He gets the senator so riled up that he yells, "F*ck you, Mr. Stark" but it's bleeped by the CNN cameras.Watching the scene with Mickey Rourke as Whiplash was much easier to hear and understand a second time as the audience remained a lot quieter, and essentially the voiceover reveals that Whiplash is getting revenge on some of the things that the Stark family has done in the past. The voiceover explains this as Rourke's character sits at the workbench soldering his own bit of technology that will turn him into Whiplash. The voiceover starts something like, "You come from world of thieves and butchers" and it talks about how Tony is forgetting how many lives the Stark family has destroyed with their actions. It states that there will be blood in the water and the sharks will come, which is clearly referring to himself and the Black Widow, who we see briefly in action, and then Rourke lets out a great laugh. As mentioned earlier, the quickly cut footage leads to the first look at Whiplash in his full costume (similar to the picture that was released a few weeks ago) and he's whipping these insane energy whips on the ground sending up sparks. That leads into a shot of Iron Man flying through the air and the new "Iron Man 2" logo to the opening chords of the Sabbath song.The last bit clearly ties into the courtroom scene earlier where Rhodey is remaining faithful to his government like a good soldier and they have called upon weapons expert Justin Hammer, played by Sam Rockwell, to modify the first wave Iron Man armor into something more suitable of either taking on or replacing Stark's Iron Man. Hammer walks up to the original Iron Man lying on a table asking what they did to it, which Rhodes says is classified then asks what Hammer is going to do for them. "I'm talking about firepower," he clarifies. Hammer says they're talking to the right guy and he starts pulling out all sorts of guns and weapons to retrofit on the armor, but doesn't seem to be getting much reaction from Rhodes or the general, even with something he calls "Uncle Gazpacho or Puff the Magic Dragon." Cheadle says "I think I'll take it..." and when Hammer asks which one, Rhodey responds, "All of it." And then we see our first look at the retrofitted Iron Man armor as WAR MACHINE, which looks BAD-ASS!!
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wish i went to this, next year on it, looking forward to avatar - james camerons new film

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wanted 2?not gonna lie ima bit angry about thisiron man anime and halo anime touching soonish aswell

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sad missed it

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wanted 2?not gonna lie ima bit angry about thisiron man anime and halo anime touching soonish aswell
Yeah using more stories from the comic
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wanted 2?not gonna lie ima bit angry about thisiron man anime and halo anime touching soonish aswell
Yeah using more stories from the comic
fox is dead, his dad is dead and hes not a supervillainprob gonna be a magic typewriter this time
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oh so this is the tv version of e3

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wanted 2?not gonna lie ima bit angry about thisiron man anime and halo anime touching soonish aswell
Yeah using more stories from the comic
fox is dead, his dad is dead and hes not a supervillainprob gonna be a magic typewriter this time
Millar told us the sequel will revolve around the international group of assassins from issues 4 and 5 from Millar's graphic novel.
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wanted 2?not gonna lie ima bit angry about thisiron man anime and halo anime touching soonish aswell
Yeah using more stories from the comic
fox is dead, his dad is dead and hes not a supervillainprob gonna be a magic typewriter this time
Millar told us the sequel will revolve around the international group of assassins from issues 4 and 5 from Millar's graphic novel.
thats more like it although its not gonna be what i expect wonder if its gonna introduce superpowers in this film
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wanted 2?not gonna lie ima bit angry about thisiron man anime and halo anime touching soonish aswell
Yeah using more stories from the comic
Hope soI read the Wanted (Issue 1) comic a while back and as soon as I finished reading it..I hated the film even moreIf they stuck to the comic version instead of changing most of the story that film would of been a much bigger success IMO
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T Bag in Heroes could be epic
will most likely be sh*t, these americans use the same pool of actors/actresses for too many shows.
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