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Friday, December 3, 2004


Chris Columbus will direct and produce the Sub-Mariner live-action film for Universal Pictures.

Marvel Studios' Avi Arad and Kevin Misher are producing, along with Columbus and his 1492 Prods.

David Self, who road the Road to Perdition film, wrote the script and is executive producing the film.

Marvel had courted Columbus for several years. At times, he was linked to both the Daredevil and Fantastic Four films.

Arad has described the film as "Star Wars underwater."


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Artist Mark Brooks has signed an exclusive three-year contract with Marvel Comics, the publishing announced on Friday.

Brooks' recent projects include Amazing Fantasy, Marvel Age Spider-Man and Cable and Deadpool. Upcoming work includes a four-issue arc of Amazing Spider-Man with Mike Deodato, and some work for Marvel's new "Age of Apocalypse" event. Brooks is also providing the covers for the new series Arana: Heart of the Spider.

"So who wouldn't be stoked for an opportunity like this?" Brooks said. "I couldn't be more excited to make Marvel my new home.

"I'd say I've learned more in the last year than I had in all the years working free-lance for all the other companies. From the first day I started Marvel Age Spider-Man, Marvel has treated me great as well as helping me grow as an artist."

"Marvel Comics loves nothing more than to nurture new creators and see them succeed," publisher Dan Buckley said. "Mark Brooks is a perfect example of this."


Blade: Trinity star Ryan Reynolds, who plays Hannibal King, said he knew he had to get in optimum shape to play the role.

"It had to be," Reynolds said. "That was the agreement when I started the movie. The guy had to look like he was ripped right out of the page of a comic book, which is what he is. So we had to do it."

Reynolds and co-star Jessica Biel (Abigail Whistler) appeared on MTV's Total Request Live on Thursday.

In other Blade: Trinity news, Triple H, who plays Grimwood, will be appearing on NBC¹s Late Night with Conan O¹Brien on Wednesday, Dec. 15.

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Silent Hill: Paint It Black is the next installment of IDW Publishing¹s spin-offs based on the Konami video game.

The 48-page book is written by Scott Ciencin, with art by Shaun Thomas, and is scheduled for a February reelase.

Here's how IDW describes the book:

"Silent Hill is a strange and wicked place. Things happen there that make its visitors wish they were just bad dreams. But they're not.

"Painter and semi-professional slacker Ike finds this out the only way guys like him ever find anything out‹the hard way. Ike finds his dark muse in the mist-enshrouded, monster-infested reaches of Silent Hill. Then along comes the very sexy, survivalist-trained, gunslinging cheerleader Cheryl and her teammates to shake things up in a very different way. Before Ike knows it, creatures attack, cheerleaders disappear, and the situation escalates from there. Ike can only pray this is all a bad dream."

"The Silent Hill universe continues to be an endless source of inspiration for us here at IDW," said editor Kris Oprisko. "With Paint it Black, Scott and Shaun are presenting what may be the most chilling glimpse yet inside the evil that abides there. You'll want to read this one with the lights on!"

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