Red"Red" hits theaters in October, but the final one-sheet poster for Robert Schwentke's adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's comic book miniseries debuted online today.

The new image is mash-up of prior "Red" character posters, and features some nice shots of cast members Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, and John Malkovich. It's also branded with the tag line "Still Armed. Still Dangerous. Still Got It."

Based on the 2003 Wildstorm comic written by Ellis and illustrated by Hamner, "Red" follows a team of retired black-ops agents who are forced back into the game after a series of attempted assassinations. Read More...

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Day Two of Comic-Con is in full swing here at Splash Page HQ, and we've already had a lot of famous faces wandering through the studio for a chat. Yesterday, "Red" actor Bruce Willis dropped by the MTV/MySpace Live Show, while more of the cast and the comic's creators spoke with me about the action-packed adaptation of the Wildstorm comic book series.

I've posted some photos below featuring a few of the celebrity guests who dropped by (as well as your friendly neighborhood Splash Page editor). Check out the full gallery for more photos from the show, including Seth Rogen ("The Green Hornet"), Willis, and more!

Click on the image for our full Comic-Con Celebrity Gallery!

Red - Helen Mirren, Mary Louise Parker

That's me with "Red" actresses Helen Mirren (left) and Mary-Louise Parker (right). Take note of Mirren's shirt, folks — she was wearing a great "R.I.P. Harvey Pekar" t-shirt that she donned specifically for the show. We chatted a bit about my last interview with Pekar before sitting down. Read More...

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We spoke to the "Red" comic creators and film cast yesterday as part of our Comic-Con coverage, and now a brand new trailer for the film has debuted!

Premiering at yesterday's "Red" panel in San Diego, the new trailer offers a more extended look at director Robert Schwentke's adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's comic book miniseries.

"Red" hits theaters October 15.

Along with Bruce Willis and Mary Louise Parker, the film boasts an all-star cast that includes John Malkovich, Morgan Freeman, James Remar, Helen Mirren, Julian McMahon, Ernest Borgine, Richard Dreyfuss and Brian Cox.

Keep it locked to Splash Page throughout the show for all your Comic-Con 2010 news, interviews, and exclusives. You can also follow your friendly neighborhood editor Rick Marshall and the rest of the Splash Page team on Twitter!

Let us know what you think of the new trailer in the comment section or on Twitter!

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Astro CityKurt Busiek has made a big name for himself in superhero comics with runs on A-list titles like "Avengers" and "Superman." "Astro City" showed what he could do in his own, independently created world, though, and Working Title Films wants to take that vision into theaters.

"I'm thrilled to be doing 'Astro City' with Working Title Films," Busiek said, according to a report on SuperHeroHype. "For years, we turned down all offers for the book, but Working Title's track record on great movies like 'Love Actually, 'Oh Brother, Where Are Thou?' and 'Shaun of the Dead,' and their commitment to high-quality, character-driven storytelling, make me confident that this is the perfect place to make an 'Astro City' film a reality." Read More...

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RedBy Ryan J. Downey

"Red" arrives on theaters October 15, and the cast, filmmakers, and comic creators behind the live-action adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's 2003 series were on hand during Comic-Con for a panel that introduced the film to a hall filled with fans.

Here's a moment-by-moment report on what went down during the event:

- Lots of laughs from the crowd during the teaser followed by a huge cheer.

- IGN Movies EIC introduces Warren Ellis, Cully Hamner, Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Karl Urban, Mary Louise Parker, Helen Mirren (whose "R.I.P. Harvey Pekar" shirt gets a huge cheer) and Bruce Willis.

- "Every day was fun. It was a really ambitious project and the work that the actors did became easier each week," Willis said. "Because each week we got another big movie star that we were all excited about... It was like recess." Helen adds: "They had the Queen and then they had God."

- In a nod to his Star Trek role, Karl Urban asks the crowd, "Are you out of your Vulcan minds?!" Read More...

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"Red" has arrived at Comic-Con, and along with talking to Bruce Willis on the first of our MTV/MySpace Live Shows, we also managed to snag some time with "Red" comic creators Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner. I brought them by Splash Page HQ to chat about the film, the comic, and where the two projects meet... and where they diverge.

In this segment from our interview (don't worry — there's a lot more coming from both creators), I ask Ellis how he thinks the much-discussed differences from the comic will affect the film's source material, and whether it's a good or bad thing when audiences come into a film aware of such differences.

"I think that remains to be seen," said Ellis. "I think that anyone who watches the film and reads the book will quite clearly be able to see the book within the film — it's there at the core." Read More...

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RedWe got our first poster for "Red" yesterday, and now two more posters have debuted online for director Robert Schwentke's live-action film based on Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's comic book series.

While the first film put the spotlight on Bruce Willis and his character, retired black ops agent Frank Moses, the new posters feature more of Moses' former colleagues. Helen Mirren is "a high-caliber woman" in the poster featuring her character, Victoria, and actor John Malkovich "doesn't get out much" as the dangerously unstable Marvin Boggs.

The two new posters arrived online at Ellis' personal website, where it looks like much of the news surrounding the film will eventually land as we approach its October 15 premiere. Read More...

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RedThe first poster for "Red," director Robert Schwentke's live-action film based on the comic book series by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, has arrived online.

Ellis himself alerted the online world to the new poster, which prominently features star Bruce Willis and includes the tagline "He's Got Time To Kill." The celebrated writer posted the image on his personal website, in an entry titled "Here We Go Here We Go Here We Go."

"Red" hits theaters October 15, and follows former black ops agent Frank Moses (Willis) as an attempted assassination forces him to end his quiet retirement and assemble his old team. The film features an all-star cast that includes Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, and Mary Louise-Parker. Read More...


It's been a while since we last heard anything about "Red," the upcoming film directed by Robert Schwentke and based on Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's 2003 comic book miniseries. However, the first news in a while is big news, with the debut of the first trailer for the film.

Featuring an all-star cast that includes Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, and Mary Louise-Parker, the film follows a group of retired CIA agents who get back into action after a hit squad sets its sights on them.

The film hits theaters October 15.

Let us know what you think of the new trailer in the comment section or on Twitter!


Megan FoxNow that "Jonah Hex" is behind her and the "Fathom" adaptation lies on the road ahead of her, actress Megan Fox has revealed that there's another comic book movie role she would like to put her stamp on — Rainmaker from "Gen 13."

The former "Transformers" actress revealed her intentions while on the red carpet for the world premiere of "Jonah Hex," telling Fox 411: "I don't want people to protest this, but I would like to be [Sarah] Rainmaker in 'Gen 13' if they ever made that into a movie." Read More...

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