News is finally leaking out about the upcoming Whiteout movie. Dominic Sena (Swordfish & Gone in Sixty Seconds) has been named as director, according to Production Weekly. Kate Beckinsale is still being rumored to play the lead, but this is not confirmed.
Archives for January 2007
Yes, it’s today! Sadly, we don’t actually own a gorilla suit. We have some stuffed monkeys, but that’s about it. If we did have a gorilla suit we would put it on and surely–well what would we do? Maybe we would just sit down and watch some DVDs. That could be fun. Yesterday was notable […]
It is the return of the Tiny Intern! Here are your comic events for the week: Thursday, February 1st Atlanta, GA Design at Play: The High Design and Low-Brow Humor of Cartoon Network The Museum of Design Atlanta opens its Cartoon Network exhibit today. It is a multi-media exhibit featuring advertising and marketing materials, storyboards, […]
Neil Gaiman has put up a not quite legit (although we’re bettinghe won’t get prosecuted) version of the STARDUST movie site up at his own site.
UPDATE via Manga Blog: This blogger says how to make manga mavan Christopher Hart is also doing an OEL/OGM/americmanga for Del Rey. Christopher Hart is drawing/writing The Reformed. http://www.artstudiollc.com/ here’s his site, wherein he hints at this project here http://www.artstudiollc.com/whatsnew/whatsnew.html At his website, Hart says: Not allowed to talk about the specifics yet, but I […]
The Writers Guild of America will present Jules Feiffer with its lifetime achievement award for Animation Writing Variety reports. Feiffer will be feted at the Writers Guild Awards on Feb. 11 at the Century Plaza in Los Angeles and simultaneously at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York. Feiffer’s film credits include “Little Murders” and […]
Just the PR from Shaenon Garrity: Modern Tales one of the Web’s premier webcomics sites, is proud to announce the addition of five new comics to its lineup. The new comics are: +Alma Mater, by Whitney June Robinson, a comic following five colorful sixth-graders at Blenheim School for Girls, a traditional all-girls’ prep school. +Bellen, […]
UPDATE: YOu can see much Kis comickery and order a 12 page preview here at kisscomicsgroup.com. Via Variety, word that Kiss, the legendary rock band that was made for loving comics, is starting their own comics company through Platinum Studios. Platinum Studios and Kiss Catalog, the company run by Kiss leaders Gene Simmons and Paul […]
Zack Soto tells the TCJ board about the long-awaited second issue of THE SECRET VOICE due in April from AdHouse. Ignatz Award winner Zack Soto’s work straddles the line between superheroes and art comics like few cartoonists can. The Secret Voice is Soto’s solo showcase for both short and continuing stories, all set in the […]
Screenwriter/novelist turned comics scribe John Ridley has gotten a lot of positive reviews for THE AMERICAN WAY, his Wildstorm mini-series about superheroes, the Cold War and the Civil Rights movement. The collected edition comes out next week, but in the meantime, Ridley is getting a lot of controversy for his essays, such as the modestly […]