The Weekly Ketchup: Radcliffe, Daniel Radcliffe; Indy 4 Spoilers; Incredible Hulk Set Pics.

Iron Man to fly or not to fly? That is the question.

by | September 21, 2007 | Comments

In this week’s Ketchup, Daniel Radcliffe is rumored to be portraying the young hero in the next Bond film, and some Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull spoilers leak, including the possibility of Cate Blanchett as a villain. Also, we have conflicting reports about Iron Man and and his power of flight, and get to enjoy a few set pics from The Incredible Hulk.

This Week’s Most Popular News:

Daniel Radcliffe as Young James Bond?

We’ve got Young Joc and Young Jeezy on the pop charts. How about a young James Bond on the silver screen?

Indy 4 Spoilers Leaked!

An extra on the set of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has blabbed plot spoilers to an Oklahoma reporter, and now they’re all over the Web.

Variety Says Iron Man Won’t Fly; Favreau Says Otherwise

Remember those awesome scenes of Iron Man flying through the air alongside a couple of fighter jets in the crowd-pleasing trailer first unveiled at Comic-Con? Don’t count on seeing them in the finished film, Variety says.

Set Pics from The Incredible Hulk!

The Incredible Hulk isn’t due to smash into theaters until June 13 of next year, but SuperHeroHype has shots from the set!

Cate Blanchett To Be Indiana Jones 4 Villain?

George Lucas and Steven Spielberg are being their typically secretive selves when it comes to Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, but — thankfully for fans of the series and MTV Movies — the movie’s cast has slightly looser lips.

Variety can talk to the hand.

In Other News:

Winona forever

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