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Boy Wonder – (Nycc) Review

One of the more popular genres of film today is that of the comic book. It seem that every few months there is another movie based on a comic book coming out, and almost weekly there are 2 or 3 movies being announced. Of this genre, one of the more popular sub genres is the “made at home” super hero. Kick-Ass, Defendor, Griff the Invisible and James Gunn’s Super are recent entries into this sub genre. While these movies didn’t rake in the money at the box office, they have a cult following and are very popular among the fans. The newest entry into this sub genre is Boy Wonder. Of these movies, Boy Wonder might be the most interesting film of the bunch.

Boy Wonder tells the story of Sean Donovan (Caleb Steinmeyer making his feature film debut) who, when he was only a boy of about 7 or 8, saw
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Holy Franchise, Batman! Bringing The Caped Crusader to the Screen (Part Two)

Gary Collinson traces the many screen incarnations of The Dark Knight in the second of a three-part feature... read part one here.

Just as Superman's comic-book debut had led to the creation of Batman almost forty years earlier, the success of Richard Donner's Superman: The Movie (1978) helped plant the seed that would ultimately bring The Dark Knight back to movie screens. Acquiring the Batman film rights in 1979, former comic-book writer Michael E. Uslan and his producing partner Benjamin Melniker hired uncredited Superman scribe Tom Mankiewicz to provide a script far removed from the campy 1960s TV series, which had by that time become synonymous with the character, in an attempt to take The Caped Crusader back to his roots.

Budgeted at $15m and initially set for release in 1981, the film languished in development hell for a number of years with the likes of Ivan Reitman, Joe Dante, Robert Zemeckis
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Andrea Romano Talks Casting Batman: Under the Red Hood! (new pics)

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Casting/Dialogue Director Andrea Romano Finds The Perfect Blend Ofvoice And Character For “Batman: Under The Red Hood,” The Next DC Universe Animated Original Film Coming To DVD July 27, 2010

Few individuals understand the intricacies of the voice of Batman better than Andrea Romano.

Arguably the top animation voiceover director in the business today,Romano has been instrumental in orchestrating the vocal tones behind the character’s non-live appearances for more than two decades. From Kevin Conroy and Rino Romano to Jeremy Sisto and William Baldwin, Romano knows precisely what voice will best fit the tones of a particular story or series.

Enter Batman: Under the Red Hood and all of its deep, emotional

undertones. Romano has outdone herself once again, balancing the
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