Weekly Ketchup

The Weekly Ketchup: Dark Knight Prologue Coming; Wolverine Gets Official Title; Star Trek Gets Kirk And Bones

Tim Roth is enjoying Incredible Hulk, and Peter Jackson has an enthusiastic supporter.

by | October 19, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, viewers will get a sneak peek at The Dark Knight, if they go a bit out of their way, Wolverine won’t just be called Wolverine, and the new Star Trek gets a new Kirk and a new Bones. Also, Tim Roth promises a fun Incredible Hulk and Sam Raimi backs Peter Jackson for The Hobbit.

This Week’s Most Popular News:

Six-Minute Dark Knight “Prologue” Coming!

Itching for an early look at The Dark Knight? Collider has some good news and some bad news for you.

Wolverine Gets Official Title, Release Date
Cue the chorus of claw jokes, everyone: Variety reports that 20th Century Fox has settled on May 1, 2009 for the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Star Trek XI Finds Its Kirk — and Maybe Bones, Too
Hey, it’s been a few days — who’s up for some Star Trek XI casting news?

Tim Roth Promises Fun Incredible Hulk
Marvel Studios has promised The Incredible Hulk will restart the Hulk movie franchise with a more fun take on the material. Costar Tim Roth, who plays Abomination in the film, confirmed the fun.

Sam Raimi Wants Peter Jackson to Direct Hobbit
When the falling out between Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema led to speculation of a new director for The Hobbit, the only satisfying rumor was Sam Raimi. Now that New Line is trying to reconcile with Jackson, even Raimi is hoping for Jackson to complete the quadrilogy.


You must see his movie to see six minutes of the other one.

In Other News:


This time playing the father of a monster.

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