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With Ghost Rider arriving in more than 3,600 theaters on Friday, writer/director Mark Steven Johnson said that he and star Nicolas Cage have begun to talk about a sequel.

"We just started talking about it, to be honest," Johnson said during the recent Ghost Rider junket. "When we were in Europe last week, for the first Nic and I can't help ourselves -- now that we're rested and we're not so tired -- we started talking about ideas.

"But you don't want to jinx it. You never know what's going to happen, if people are going to go and if they're going to like it or not. It's not a slam-dunk character. It's not as well known as the other ones.

"If people want it, we would both love to do it."

Johnson was part of a roundtable interview at the Culver Studios lot last weekend with producers Avi Arad and Gary Foster.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Aaron Eckhart is in final negotiations to play Harvey Dent/Two-Face in The Dark Knight, the Batman Begins sequel from Warner Bros.

Eckhart would join a cast that includes returning actors Christian Bale (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Michael Caine (Alfred), Gary Oldman (Jim Gordon) and Morgan Freeman (Lucius Fox).

Heath Ledger is playing The Joker in the film.

Christopher Nolan is returning to direct. The script was written by Nolan's brother, Jonathan, from a story by Christopher Nolan and David Goyer. Producing are Emma Thomas, Charles Roven and Christopher Nolan.

Eckhart earned a Golden Globe nomination for Thank Your for Smoking. His credits also include The Wicker Man, The Black Dahlia, Paycheck and The Core.

The Dark Knight is expected to begin production this spring. - More Product. More Exclusives.


Dynamite Entertaiment has provided The Continuum its solicitations for May.

For a rundown, with cover images, CLICK HERE.

For previously posted solicitations for May, click on the publishers' names belows.

* Archie Comics.

* Aspen Comics.

* BlueWater Productions.

* Dark Horse Comics.

* DC Comics.

* Devil's Due Publishing.

* Heroic Publishing.

* IDW Publishing.

* Image Comics.

* Marvel Comics.

* Moonstone Books.

* TwoMorrows Publishing.

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Brooke Shields is providing the voice of the Riddler's girlfriend in "Riddler's Revenge," this Saturday's new episode of The Batman and Kidsą WB!.

"She was one of the nicest people I have ever met," The Batman executive producer Alan Burnett told The Continuum. "It was about a week or two before her baby was due and we offered to have her do her lines by herself, but she seemed to be enjoying herself, doing them with all the other actors, putting on a play. She stayed with us right to the end."

Robert Englund returns as the voice of Riddler.

Here's how the episode is described:

"Stuck at the bottom of the ocean with Riddler and no hope of escape, Batman learns he may have played an important role in the creation of this dreaded foe and helps solve a long lingering mystery."

The episode was written by Stan Berkowitz.

"It might be our psychological episode of the season," Burnett said.

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Playboy Magazine's Hugh Hefner provides a guest-voice in "Airport '07," the Sunday, March 4 episode of Family Guy.

Here's how Fox describes the episode:

"Peter takes Quagmire to the airport for work and messes things up, causing Quagmire to lose his job as a pilot. Quagmire can't find another gig, so Peter and Cleveland devise a plan to help him get his old job back. When the plan flops, Quagmire receives advice from his idol, Hugh Hefner, which leads him to save the day."

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DC Comics on Friday announced that Wonder Woman #5, which was previously slated to feature the final chapter of the 5-part story "Who Is Wonder Woman," will feature a new story when it arrives in stores on March 14.

The new story is written by Will Pfeifer, with art by Jean Diaz, Geraldo Borges and Wellington Diaz and a cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson. In the story, Wonder Woman learns that a new women's movement has begun, inspired by her killing of Max Lord - and leaving Diana torn between the good intentions of the movement and the validation it gives her violent act. Worse yet, she's ordered to investigate a possible connection between Wonder Woman and this movement by Sarge Steel and the department of Metahuman Affairs.

Chapter five of "Who Is Wonder Woman" will be rescheduled at a future date.

DC also announced that the Wonder Woman: Who is Wonder Woman? HC will be resolicited at a future date.

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* Above is a first look at covers -- with trade dress -- for upcoming Marvel Comics titles. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.


In case you missed The Continuum's coverage over the past month, here are some links. Click on the date to get the day's full report.

* Sunday, February 11: DC Comics for May preview, The Simpsons Toys and Wanted movie.

* Saturday, February 10: Battlestar Galactica, Ocean movie?, Zen's 20th anniversary and First Looks.

* Friday, February 9: Ghost Rider, Heroes, The Batman, First Looks and Smallville.

* Thursday, February 8: New seasons for Legion of Super Heroes and The Batman, Marvel Comics First Looks and Whiteout movie.

* Wednesday, February 7: 300, The Boys at Dynamite Entertainment, First Looks and World of Warcraft action figures.

* Tuesday, February 6: Dark Horse Comics for May, Aspen Comics for May, Jeff Bridges joins Iron Man movie, DC Comics First Looks, Black Panther and 300's Gerard Butler.

* Monday, February 5: Painkiller Jane, Spider-Man 3, Shawn Levy to direct The Flash, Smallville, Image Comics First Looks and Battlestar Galactica.

* Sunday, February 4: IDW Publishing for May, The Amazing Screw-On Head and Heroes.

* Saturday, February 3: Stan Lee on Heroes, Legion of Super Heroes and The Batman renewed, Smallville, The Simpsons and First Looks.

* Friday, February 2: Joss Whedon off Wonder Woman and David Goyer off Flash, The Batman's Alan Burnett, WildStorm/Vertigo collections, BlueWater Productions for May, Heroic Publishing for May and Moonstone Books for May.

* Thursday, February 1: Smallville, Civil War #7 variant, DC Universe collections, TwoMorrows Publishing for May and Heroes.

* Wednesday, January 31: Marvel First Looks, Legion of Super Heroes, Image First Looks, Adam Beechen on Teen Titans, Firebreather and Family Guy.

* Tuesday, January 30: KISS, George Perez, Heroes, Marvel First Looks, DC roundup, Krypto the Superdog and BlueWater Productions graphic novels.

* Monday, January 29: From Phoenix Cactus Comicon -- Hellboy's Mike Mignola, Mighty Avengers' Angel Medina and Feedback; plus, DC Comics First Looks, The Simpsons and Stephen Colbert.

* Sunday, January 28: Smallville, Rob Liefeld, Heroes and Archie Comics First Looks.

* Saturday, January 27: Ghost Rider movie, Free Comic Book Day titles and Battlestar Galactica.

* Friday, January 26: Marvel Comics First Looks, Smallville, Painkiller Jane, Hero Initiative's Ultimate Spider-Man covers and Fell trade paperback.

* Thursday, January 25: DC Comics teaser image, TMNT's Kevin Munroe and Tom Gray, 300 goes IMAX, DC's World War III, The Tick, Virgin Comics for April and Heroes.

* Wednesday, January 24: Smallville, Dynamite Entertainment for April, Marvel animation, Image First Looks, DC First Looks and Spider-Man 3.

* Tuesday, January 23: Marvel Animation, Marvel First Looks, 300, Transformers movie images, Kevin Spacey on Superman sequel, Oni Press for April, Avatar Press for April, Smallville and Heroes.

* Monday, January 22: Invincible Iron Man's Marc Worden, Markosia named editor-in-chief, Image Comics' Unravel, Dark Horse First Looks and Battlestar Galactics.

* Sunday, January 21: BlueWater Productions self-publishers, First Looks and HeroClix's Fin Fang Foom.

* Saturday, January 20: Spider-Man 3, Ghost Rider and Spawn.

* Friday, January 19: Smallville, Boom! Studios for April, Fathom: Kiani, 300 and Family Guy.

* Thursday, January 18: Smallville, Legion of Super Heroes, Devil's Due Publishing for April, Image First Looks and Marvel First Looks.

* Wednesday, January 17: Legion of Super Heroes' James Tucker, Image Comics for April, Iron Man's Gwyneth Paltrow, Heroes, Smallville and 300.

* Tuesday, January 16: Marvel Comics for April, Marvel First Looks, The Batman, Legion of Super Heroes, 2006 sales and Dynamite Entertainment First Looks.

* Monday, January 15: DC Comics for April, Archie Comics for April, Doctor Strange animated movie, December sales, Image Comics First Looks, Dynamite Entertainment First Looks and Painkiller Jane.

* Sunday, January 14: Legion of Super Heroes, DC Comics for April preview and Marvel First Looks.

* Saturday, January 13: Painkiller Jane, Smallville, Flash Gordon and Heroic Publishing roundup.

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