V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta V for Vendetta is a ten-issue comic book series written by Alan Moore and illustrated mostly by David Lloyd, set in a dystopian future United Kingdom imagined from the 1980s to about the 1990s. A mysterious masked revolutionary who calls himself "V" works to destroy the totalitarian government, profoundly affecting the people he encounters. Warner Bros. released a film adaptation of V for Vendetta in 2005 starring Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving.
It is time to take another look at a Alan Moore classic brought to the screen with V for Vendetta! Do the posters represent the message and internal conflict of V? Are they telling us more than we think? Only one way to find out!
Are you a fan of Alan Moore's V For Vendetta and James McTeigue's big screen adaptation? In that case, you're going to definitely want to try and get your hands on the latest poster from Mondo as it offers up a stunning take on the movie. Check it out!
Mondo have unveiled César Moreno's unique take on James McTeigue's big screen adaptation of Alan Moore's V For Vendetta. Hit the jump to check out the poster as well as details on when exactly when and where it goes on sale.
Television audiences across China got their first look at the infamous revolutionary V, sparking strong reactions online and possibly signalling a liberalization of censorship rules in China.
It is now a fact....Hugo Weaving has a patent on badass.
The V mask has become an icon for protest. Alan Moore shares his thoughts on V for Vendetta and the rise of Anonymous, politics and world media
Alan Moore the creator of V for Vendetta chimes in on the Occupy Movement and how the Guy Fawkes mask has become a symbol for the protests around the globe.
Seemingly celebrating the release of the latest CBM adaptation, Captain America: The Avenger, the FX channel is airing plenty more CBMs this weekend. Check out the listing!
In a weird episode of life imitating art, a man who goes by the name of Guy Fowlkes decided to blow up a Florida fireworks stand over an altercation with his pregnant girlfriend and a co-worker...and its not even the 5th of November yet!
We love all superheroes, but is the one associated with the poem that begins with "Remember, remember, the fifth of November" a superhero?
How does James McTeigue's adaptation of Alan Moore's graphic novel hold up despite the changes from the source, and some outrage from the Mooreites!
Total film magazine sat down for this very interesting interview with Watchmen creator and self proclaimed "Anarchist" Alan Moore...
Actor Keanu Reeves has declined an offered part in the new Watchmen film, but John Cusack would be happy to step into the breach.
To make its debut to DVD ...amongst others
The sequel is moving in order to avoid a clash with the Transformers.
Mark Aug. 1 on your calendar with a big 'V'
The director reveals how much of a labor of love the film has been and there's new updates to the Web site.
Plus, the official Web site now offers new interviews, photos and more.
The new animated Vertigo logo makes its debut today in front of the "V for Vendetta" film. Created by design and entertainment agency Imaginary Forces, this follows the successful re-design of the DC Comics logo last year, which was also animated by imaginary Forces and premiered in front of "Batman Begins."
Read why James McTeigue chose Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving for his leads..
Check out some more action from the upcoming Wachowski Brothers comic adaptation.
Soundtrack info, bios, production notes and other cool stuff from the upcoming Wachowski Brothers movie.
There's a powder-keg full of new shots from V for Vendetta on the Web and Natalie Portman talks about her role.
Background sketches, details on the roots of the story, an early review and news from the Berlin premiere are here.
Plus, see sketches from the upcoming Wachowski Brothers film.