Posts Tagged ‘wolverine’

Hey, guys! This week’s article focuses on upcoming 2009 comic book movies. Remember, comments at the forum are encouraged and much appreciated. Enjoy! And check back at the end of each week for updates. No time? Subscribe to the Impulse Creations newsletter. I know I posted, like, nothing last week! I’m hoping to remedy that […]


I said last Thursday that I was concerned about the 2009 movie, Wolverine. I love Wolverine, so it’s particularly important to me that they take this seriously and get it right. It didn’t ease my mind that there’s practically no hype over this film or that the cast list was getting ridiculous (the Black Eyed […]


Zomg. Hugh Jackman at Comic-Con. And a Wolverine movie teaser! IESB.net has a description of the footage, and you can read it here (or on Superhero Hype!)–and see what other X-men will be popping up in the film. What the hell: Emma Frost? They’re kidding, right? Okay, I want to know how all these characters […]


Hellboy and Chuck Bartowski (from the fun tv show Chuck, that is) are hanging out together in two television advertisements. You can watch them on /Film. In other news, Kevin Durand (who’s recently been on Lost as Martin Keamy), who plays Frederick J. Dukes/The Blob, talks about his part in the film in this interview—but […]


First of all, I’d like to give a random shout out to a blog called Comic Book Listings. Those good folks were nice enough to link to both my ComicNerd review of the nine-part Gotham Underground series (which they also Dugg) and my own blog right here through a post of theirs. I worked super […]


Can I get that on a bumper sticker, please? So something rather interesting happened to me this morning, when I was just about to sign off and call it a night (err, morning, considering it was like, three am). I received this email (in its raw form, untouched by me) entitled “wolverine” from someone named […]


Apparently Kodi Smit-McPhee, the Australian eleven-year-old scheduled to play young Logan in X-men Origins: Wolverine, has been replaced by yet another Australian named Troye Mellet, a thirteen-year-old singer with no real prior acting experience (unlike Smit-McPhee) and evidently “the voice of an angel.” Ironic, then, that he’ll be portraying a younger version of the ol’ […]