After a request from MexicanSuperman and being my 10th article I finally got around to some of my personal favorite posters, Watchmen! Ignoring if the film is liked or not, what do I like about those posters? How are they overall? You can find more if you click here!
Warner Brothers have released a lot of posters for the Zack Snyder-directed film Watchmen, back in 2008/2009 when they were promoting the big screen adaptation of the critically acclaimed graphic novel. Now, four cool poster designs have appeared online, so check them out...
CBM's own Brent Sprecher interviews Profiles in History's Brian Chanes about the Warner Bros. collection of comic book movie costumes and props and why 007's most iconic gun isn't what it appears to be!
You may or may not remember Goode's reponse to a question about the fanboy backlash he received when he was cast as Ozymandias in Zack Snyder's Watchmen, but we're here to remind you! We also have Goode's feelings on the matter now..
Taking its ques from Liam Neeson's Taken films the Cult of Smack sketch show imagines how DC Comic's attempt to wrangle Alan Moore for Before Watchmen went down.
If you are like me, you cannot get enough Watchmen, and this is definitely more Watchmen. Warner Home Entertainment will be releasing Watchmen in a new collector's edition blu-ray set on....
His buff, he's blue, and you'll see more of him than you'll want too.
At last - for good or for bad - DC's Watchmen miniseries have begun to hit stores with Darwyn Cooke's Minutemen #1. Now MTV Geek is taking a behind the scenes look at the entire project in this video.
Comic Book Resources has posted the first TV commercial for DC Entertainment's controversial Before Watchmen collection of mini-sries. DC is expected to launch a full blown-trailer on its website shortly.
Thanks to the magic of the internet, Capeless was able to monitor the DC Comics BEFORE WATCHMEN panel at C2E2 live on Newsarama and DC's own website.
Editor Will Denis and writer Len Wein answer Capeless' question regarding the politics of BEFORE WATCHMEN
Recently reading Watchmen,and then watching the movie,I have come across opinions containing differences between the comic and the movie,and noticed that the story changes that were in the movie,were purposely in the book,for an important reason,a point,or even a symbolic reason?
The actor, who played 'The Comedian' in 2009's Watchmen
, shares his thoughts on the upcoming Before Watchmen
comic book prequels and reveals that he'd only return to the role under a few very specific circumstances.
The actor, who played The Comedian in Zack Snyder's 2009 film adaptation of Alan Moore's twelve-issue mini-series, Watchmen, has expressed interest in returning to the role, and would like co-creator Dave Gibbons involved.
The actor, who played Ozymandias in 2009's Watchmen
, expresses interest in taking part in a big screen prequel but is unsure about the chances of Zack Snyder's involvement. He also comments on the Before Watchmen
comics coming out this year.
The Comedian was right. Humanities savage nature will ultimately lead to global annihilation. But did it have to be tricked with the Greatest Practical Joke in Human history?
With the big announcement of the Before Watchmen miniseries, DC's The Source has posted links to a number of different sites featuring interviews with the various writers. What follows are excerpts from those interviews.
The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive report on DC's announcement that this summer they'll be publishing seven prequel mini-series set in the universe of Watchmen (umbrella title: Before Watchmen), and that creators will include Darwyn Cooke, J. Michael Straczynski, Brian Azzarello, Adam Hughes, Andy Kubert and Joe Kubert.
Zack Snyder's adaptation of Watchmen was released in 2009 and instantly polarized the CBM audience, with passions seeming to run for and against it with very little in between. What follows is a look back at the film from the days shortly before its release.
It appears the controversial project has received a "hush,hush" go from DC execs.
Though not under Zack Snyder. In a webchat with Empire the Dead Man's Shoes actor says that he might have considered coming on board Paul Greengrass' version of Watchmen. He also reveals his thoughts on Sci-Fi in general..
The critically acclaimed comic book artist and writer sat down for an interview with the CineSkinny to discuss his extensive career, the Watchmen movie adaptation, and writer Mark Millar.
Sure, it doesn't work as well as the movie mask works, but it's better than any fan mask I've ever seen!
CBR takes a look at the Watchment movie that didn't get off the ground.
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