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Thursday, February 13, 2003


Eliza Dushku reprises her role of Faith in the March 5 episode of Angel on The WB.

The network has released seven episodes from "Salvage," although it has yet to release any story details.

Also in the photographs are David Boreanaz as Angel, Charisma Carpenter as Cordelia Chase and Vladimir Kulich as The Beast.

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For covers and four-page previews of Marvel Comics titles arriving in stores on Wednesday, CLICK HERE.

Titles include New X-Men #137, Uncanny X-Men #419, X-Treme X-Men #21, Wolverine #186, Punisher #22, Thor #60, Thunderbolts #76 and Soldier X #8.


For covers and four-page previews of DC Comics titles arriving in stores on Wednesday, CLICK HERE.

Titles include: JSA: The Unholy Three #1, Lucifer #35, Robin #111, Sleeper #2, Superman: Metropolis #1, Thundercats: The Return #1, Tom Strong #19 and Y: The Last Man #8.

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Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, creators and executive producers of The WB's Smallville, have been tapped to write an Iron Man screenplay for New Line Cinema.

According to Variety, New Line is targeting Iron Man as a major release in 2005.

Gough and Millar have feature film experience. They wrote last weekend's Shanghai Knights, as well as its predecessor Shanghai Noon. The duo also did two drafts on the Spider-Man sequel.

According to Variety, Gough and Millar will start from scratch on their Iron Man story. Iron Man has been at New Line for nearly three years.

Look for more on this story soon here in The Continuum.


The Daredevil movie will open in approximately 3,500 theaters this weekend, including many of which will show the film late Thursday night.

A representative of Fox couldn't confirm an exact number of theaters, but said the film's release will be "huge."

Insiders told The Continuum that Daredevil is a cinch to open No. 1, but will be hard pressed to top the all-time February opening record of $58.0 million, set by Hannibal in 2001. The second all-time largest opening in February was Scream 3 with $34.7 million in 2000.

In other Daredevil news:

* Daredevil star Ben Affleck and fiancÚ Jennifer Lopez will appear on MTV's TRL on Thursday.

* A Daredevil special will air on E! at 6:30 p.m. (ET) on Thursday.

* Michael Clarke Duncan, who plays Kingpin, will appear on ABC's Good Morning America on Friday and on NBC's Last Call with Carson Daly on Tuesday.

* For an interview with Affleck, CLICK HERE.

* For an interview with Jennifer Garner, CLICK HERE.

* For an interview with Colin Farrell, CLICK HERE.

* For an interview with Duncan, CLICK HERE.

* For an interview with Daredevil producers Gary Foster and Avi Arad, CLICK HERE.

* Look for more Daredevil news on Friday here in The Continuum.

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Top Cow has provided The Continuum with a preview of Tony Daniel's pencils from Tomb Raider #30.

The issue tells the tale of a young boy held captive in the Vatican prison that Lara Croft must set free to secure his knowledge of the fabled Waters of Life and Death. She must defeat the deadly robotic Secutor that guards this young boy's cell, survive a parasitic alien's murderous claws in the blighted Siberian wilderness and face the greatest threat to her survival and her sanity when she sees what her depraved nemesis Lord Vymes has done to her lover Tsang.

Tomb Raider #30 will arrive in stores in May.

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