Do you want to know if Vin Diesel will be playing the Vision in the upcoming Marvel movies? So did one fan, who asked a question during today's Riddick panel at Comic-Con. Diesel's response? He's not allowed to talk about it.
With the year almost over, it's time to look back and wonder if 2009 actually left any wisdom for future generations behind in its whirlwind of franchise-maintenance, Obama-adoration* and dream-crushing. Here are some potential morals from the last 12 months.
Is Warner Bros' new plan for DC Comics movies to try and copy the successful formula of Marvel's movies? If one producer is to be believed, perhaps - and it might mean that the Justice League movie is back on.
The sale of the century is already under threat from lawsuits, as two separate legal actions are announced that see Marvel shareholders calling foul about the Disney buyout.
Feel like you need a visual ringtone for some of your friends? Marvel have got you covered - they've teamed up with mobile company Vringo to offer a new set of video ringtones showcasing Disney's favorite heroes.
If Disney's purchase of Marvel earlier this week highlights the company's desire to expand through buyouts instead of new ideas, should we be wondering who could be next on their shopping list?
If you think the writers' strike only hurt television and didn't affect the movie industry, just ask Marvel Entertainment. Marvel is only slating one movie for 2009, instead of the two per year it would normally put out. (Currently in development: Ant-man, Captain America, Thor and The Avengers.) But even that one…