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Comic Book Movie

In this first clip from the upcoming live-action remake of Yasuomi Umetsu's controversial 1998 Japanese anime, Sawa (India Eisley) blows the mind of a thug in an elevator. Those that worried the anime would be toned down for this adaptation needn't have! Extreme violence warning..
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We already know that Benedict Cumberbatch will play Shere Khan the tiger, but now the rest of the cast of Warner Bros' adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book have been announced, with Bale, Blanchett, Naomie Harris, Tom Hollander and Eddie Marsan among them.
"Never underestimate a girl with nothing to lose." This new one-sheet for the upcoming live-action remake of Yasuomi Umetsu's controversial 1998 Japanese anime (which also stars Samuel L. Jackson) features India Eisley as the very dangerous young Sawa.
Have you noticed some actors working on both sides of the Comic Book Neutral Zone? More and more actors including A-list players are chasing after beloved roles in our realm of CBM's. Hit the Jump for Part II of this Feature series.
Milla Jovovich ("Dazed and Confused"), the star of the Resident Evil video game-to-film franchise, has released a statement explaining that her recent pregnancy will delay production on the next film in the series, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.
There are so many comic book films that have been rebooted, many of which weren't that great to begin with. Here are 10 of them in Part I of my series. Hit the jump to read more, you know you want to!
Have you noticed some actors working on both sides of the Comic Book Neutral Zone? More and more actors including A-listers are chasing after beloved roles in our realm of CBM's. Hit the Jump for Part I of this editorial series.
Not that it matters at this point, but Iron Man 2 actor Mickey Rourke has expressed his distaste for Marvel Studios yet again, now while promoting Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Check it out after the jump!
“Boop-oop-a-doop!” The depression-era cartoon sex symbol has never been the star of her own feature, but that's about to change as American Idol/ X Factor's Simon Cowell is teaming with Lego Movie animators to bring us “a music-driven hybrid animated comedy.”