Merry Christmas Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Precious Roy here with an oddly missed piece of huge news from yesterday. SYFY reports that comic book legend Brian Michael Bendis, despite having moved to DC for the foreseeable...Show More Summary
Brian Michael Bendis might have recently left Marvel Comics to write for DC, but he hasn't completely abandoned the Marvel universe. Bendis and Deadpool director Tim Miller are coming together to make an X-Men film, which looks to be the long-rumoured Kitty Pryde spin-off. More »
A month ago, a story broke that Deadpool director Tim Miller was likely developing a Kitty Pryde movie for Fox. Now, that story is all-but-confirmed as news comes that Miller and comic writer Brian Michael Bendis are teaming for a “mysterious” new X-Men spin-off called 143. Show More Summary
Last month, we reported on the story that 20th Century Fox was exploiting yet another character in the X-Men universe for a standalone film: Kitty Pryde. In a fitting move, Deadpool director Tim Miller was said to be developing the standalone film in hopes of directing, and now it looks like they’ve taken another big […]
The geek world was struck late last night by one of the more surprising bits of superhero news in recent months: Brian Michael Bendis is writing an X-Men movie about Kitty Pryde, with Deadpool director Tim Miller attached to helm it. That information — first reported by Deadline, then by ... More »
20th Century Fox has brought on Deadpool director Tim Miller and comics legend Brian Michael Bendis for an X-Men movie called 143.
According to Deadline, comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis and Deadpool director Tim Miller are developing a secret movie set in the X-Men universe, with Bendis writing the script and Miller set to direct. Bendis, who had worked with Marvel Comics for nearly 20 years, recently left for DC in a big comic book coup.… Read more...
Bendis created Miles Morales and Miller directed Deadpool The post Fox Brings Brian Michael Bendis and Tim Miller on X-Men Film 143 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE: Twentieth Century Fox has hired Brian Michael Bendis to develop a script for Deadpool helmer Tim Miller to direct. The movie is shrouded in secrecy, but I have confirmed it is a new feature that is set in the X-Men universe and it has a title: 143. Bendis is one of comic's most prolific writers. Show More Summary
With the array of announcements today from DC Comics, including Brian Michael Bendis’ debut and his full grasp on Superman as well as the one-shot DC Nation #0, there was also the announcement of Bendis’ partnership with DC Comics and his Jinxworld titles. He said this via his interview with Forbes: “They came and offered […]
A huge day today for DC Comics! They announced today via Forbes of the debut date of Brian Michael Bendis, which will take place on April 18th, 2018 in the unprecedented issue number 1000 of Action Comics. Also we learned that he will be taking over the writing duties on both Superman and Action Comics […]
It should come as no surprise that former Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis is starting his tenure at DC Comics in a huge way. Today, it was announced via an interview with […] The post Brian Michael Bendis Takes Over Both Superman Books This Summer appeared first on Geek.com.
When Brian Michael Bendis announced his move to DC Comics last November there was so much speculation on what titles he could possibly take over. Then in an interview with cleveland.com we learned that it was a Superman exhibit that really inspired him to make the move over to DC Comics. A couple of weeks […]
The super secret writing plans for Brian Michael Bendis at DC Comics have been revealed. DC has announced that Bendis will be writing multiple Superman titles in his highly anticipated debut after his surprise departure from Marvel Comics after a successful two-decade career. Bendis’s first Superman short story (previously announced) will be illustrated by DC Comics […]
Action Comics #1000 hits stands on April 18. The issue is the DC Comics debut of writer Brian Michael Bendis, and joining him in landmark issue is an incredible lineup of creative talent that includes Superman director Richard Donner, Geoff Johns, Paul Dini, Jim Lee, Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, José Luis García-López, Tom King, […]
Will Wonder Woman‘s cinematographer return for the sequel? What is Brian Michael Bendis‘ first project at DC Comics? Who does Gary Oldman think should play Batman? Did you know Black Panther is being specially formatted for IMAX screens?...Show More Summary
Daniel Craig voice: 'Agent Bendis, reporting for duty.' today is the day! I am officially a member of the @DCComics family (I'm still working on my last marvel's because December was not my friend) thank you all for making this surreal journey so much fun. art by @Oeming pic.twitter.com/ugBFrI5B9F — BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) […]
Brian Michael Bendis' Spider-Men II began with the same confounding question the original Spider-Men ended with. Who was the Miles Morales of Earth-616, Marvel's prime universe? Rather than answering that question in its final issue, Spider-Men II #5 closes out suddenly, with even more mysteries and a shocking surprise. More »
The writer Brian Michael Bendis, recently hospitalized with infection, underwent surgery Saturday to remove infectious material near his eye. The prognosis according to Bendis' twitter feed, seems good on that particular procedure. In...Show More Summary