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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Harrison Ford has attached himself to another western-themed role, this time as an aging Wyatt Earp in the adaptation of Black Hats, based on the novel by Max Allan Collins (writing under the pseudonym Patrick Culhane). A description of the novel from Publishers Weekly: In 1920, 70-year-old Wyatt Earp, who’s working as a PI in Los Angeles, is hired by “Big Nosed Kate” Elder, the widow of his best friend, Doc Holliday. Kate wants Wyatt to go to New York and help her speakeasy-owning son, John (fathered by Doc as he was dying), who has…

Attendees of San Diego Comic-Con 2011 who managed to fight through the crowds to the Marvel booth were treated to exclusive character posters for The Avengers, the highly-anticipated Marvel team-up film directed by Joss Whedon and scheduled for release next summer. These posters provide the first look at the modernized version of Captain America’s costume, as well as a completely badass shot of Hawkeye as portrayed by Jeremy Renner. Combining the individual character posters results in this gorgeous banner (which I regret to say is currently NOT hanging on my wall):

One of the most memorable moments I experienced at San Diego Comic Con 2011 was the beginning of the panel for The Amazing Spider-Man.  After playing the trailer, a young man ran to the microphone and interrupted moderator Ralph Garman, shouting about how excited he was to be at Comic-Con for the first time.  The energetic fan proclaimed that it was the greatest day of his life, then pulled off the mask to reveal none other than our new Peter Parker himself, Andrew Garfield. Garfield then gave a prepared but heartfelt speech about what the character of Spider-Man meant to…

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