Hugh Jackman gives up the goods on some interesting new Wolverine plot points? Intriguing:Sometimes I find myself, in interviews, feeling quite confident and ready to stick my neck out. I don?t think I?ve ever been quite as bold as Parade?s Jeanne Wolf, however. Speaking to Hugh Jackman on the occasion of Les Miserable?s release she just came clean and told him what she wanted.

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Hugh Jackman Offers Up An Exciting Wolverine Spoiler
Sometimes I find myself, in interviews, feeling quite confident and ready to stick my neck out. I don?t think I?ve ever been quite as bold as Parade?s Jeanne Wolf, however. Speaking to Hugh Jackman on the occasion of Les Miserable?s release she just came clean and told him what she wanted:
And You Thought It Was Hard To Avoid Movie Spoilers These Days... In 1982 It Was Nuts
1982 is often touted as the best year ever for geek-friendly genre cinema. This video may well reinforce that belief for you as it previews some of the year?s big sci-fi releases? and spoils key, secret plot points of Star Trek 2 and Blade Runner into the bargain.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Casting Wrinkle - Front Runner For Star Lord Role Is Already Part Of Marvel Movieverse
Though Variety say that Marvel are likely to test one more actor for the role after Christmas, the number of contenders for the part of Peter Quill, Guardians of the Galaxy?s Star Lord, appears to have been winnowed somewhat.
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Um... An Apology
There used to be an article here. What I thought was an interesting juxtaposition. However too many other people saw something else.
Last Week?s Comics In Thirty Four Panels
The internet?s most opinionated (and Greek) comics column.By Dr Manolis V.
Amazing Spider-Man 700 Gets A Second Printing, 698 Gets A Third
Mike Deodato is drawing the cover to the Amazing Spider-Man #700 second print, while Paolo Rivera is drawing the cover to the third print of Amazing Spider-Man #698.
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Um... An Apology
There used to be an article here. What I thought was an interesting juxtaposition. However too many other people saw something else.
DC Comics Put Gail Simone Back On Batgirl
Here's a thing. Gail Simone is the new Batgirl writer.
"Reacting To Recent Events..."
I've learned that DC Comics either is, or is planning to, run violence checks on their comics, in the light of recent acts of violence in the USA. The Denver shootings during the screening of The Dark Knight Rises has raised this concern within the publisher, but the most recent Connecticut school shooting has focused this rather suddenly.