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The Weekly Ketchup: J.J. Abrams' Untitled Gets Title (Maybe), Superman Villains, Kate Beckinsale on Possible Roles, And More!

Also, More Dark Knight and Wolverine News

by | August 10, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, the Untitled J.J. Abrams Project appears to finally have a title (though we still can’t be sure), Superman: Man of Steel will have two villains, and Kate Beckinsale tells the Comic-Con crowd about her past and future movie opportunities. Also, some Dark Knight spoilers and Wolverine news and rumors to keep the fans hungry. Read on.

This Week’s Most Popular News:

J.J. Abrams Project Title Mystery Solved?
Say what you will about his followthrough, but J.J. Abrams knows how to set up a project. He’s established himself as something of a trailblazer for viral ads, littering the Web with various Lost-related content, and he’s using the same tactics to create buzz for his next film production — so much buzz, in fact, that the thing doesn’t even have an official title yet, and that’s news, as Slashfilm’s Peter Sciretta recently learned firsthand.

Superman: Man of Steel To Have Two Villains?
On the grand continuum of movie rumors, this item falls somewhere between a conversation half-overheard at a restaurant and something a dude you know heard from this one guy, but it concerns the breathlessly debated Superman Returns sequel, so we can’t very well not report it, can we?

Beckinsale On Catwoman, Wonder Woman, And Her Bond Girl Offer
One of the highlights of the super-long Whiteout panel at Comic-Con came when Kate Beckinsale popped in, fashionably late, and addressed a handful of roles she’s been rumored to play.

Here Come The Dark Knight Spoilers!
You want Dark Knight rumors? We’ve got Dark Knight rumors! Well, technically, Slashfilm has them — but why split hairs when we can be rolling around in all the spoilery goodness, right?

More Wolverine News Than You Can Shake a Claw At!
In the mood for a little dish on the forthcoming Wolverine movie? How about a lot? Today’s your lucky day — Wizard has posted a fat pantsload of information, speculation, and other assorted -ations, and we’re here to break it down and point you in the right direction for all the Wolvie news that’s fit to print.


Fit for two villains

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She’ll be starring in something called The Wackness

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