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We’ll Be Watching The Watchmen…

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When people talk about Watchmen, they talk about how in 1986, it revolutionized how comics were created, along with Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns

I suppose that’s appropriate…considering what a lil’ birdie just told me.

Apparently, when the HIGHLY anticipated Batman sequel The Dark Knight hits theaters this July, attached will be the first teaser trailer for Zach Snyder’s film adaptation of Watchmen.

Watchmen hits theaters March 6, 2009.

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9 Comments

  1. Rosie Rosie May 16, 2008

    Since you’re in tune with this kinda stuff, I was wondering if you could find out for me: What ever happened to making The Sandman graphic novels into a movie? I remember Neil Gaiman sites were talking about it in the late 90s, but nothing ever became of it… What up wit dat?

  2. Rosie Rosie May 16, 2008

    Also, while we’re on Vertigo, PREACHER would make a kick ass movie, don’t you think??

  3. Vicissitude Vicissitude May 17, 2008

    Preacher as an HBO miniseries would probably work better. Although the whole Preacher thing has been “in production” for a while, now. I’d like them to make a Hellblazer movie. Before Heath Ledger died, I would have cast him as John Constantine.

  4. Rosie Rosie May 17, 2008

    They did make a Hellblazer movie with Keanu Reeves. It was pretty forgetable.

  5. Brian Brian May 17, 2008

    Forgettable, yes, but it had a quirky side effect of making me more hot for Tilda Swinton than any man should ever be. So It’s got that going for it.

  6. Vicissitude Vicissitude May 18, 2008

    Tilda Swinton is a name I only recently found out, but I agree. She has a very quirky sexuality that I find very agreeable.

  7. Rosie Rosie May 18, 2008

    Seriously? She just looks dykey to me.

  8. Brian Brian May 18, 2008

    Maybe true, but if Chasing Amy’s taught me anything it’s that all that means is she’s due for a good deep dickin’.

  9. Rosie Rosie May 19, 2008

    LMAO

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