- Transformers co-writer Alex Kurtzman talks about what Transformers we can expect in Michael Bay's new movie: "The staple characters: Optimus Prime, Megatron, Soundwave, Shockwave, Starscream, Jazz," Kurtzman replied. "There's going to be a lot of them. You're going to have ten Transformers in that movie, and if that's not enough, you can go see 2, 3, 4 or 5."
- Djimon Hounsou talks about the possibility of returning to play Papa Midnite in a Constantine sequel: "I would be very interested. It's a cool character and I think that the character needs to be a little more defined and developed about how he came about to be who he is in that world and how he is able to mingle within that world without being affected. I'm looking forward to that, but there's no talk that I know of yet."
- Michael Clarke Duncan talks about the possibility of returning to play crime boss Manute in Sin City 2:
"They don't have [the story] in a certain order, so you might see me in
another Sin City before that one. It jumps back and forth and all
around, and you never actually see my character die. You just assume
that he got shot up and that he's dead, but they told me that they
would never show him dead because they want him to come back. He's
supposed to be this supernatural being that can always come back."
- Comic-Con fans will get a first-ever look at Aeon Flux when Charlize Theron leads a panel at Comic-Con International, joined by co-star Marton Csokas, director Karyn Kusama, producers Gale Anne Hurd and David Gale, and Aeon Flux creator Peter Chung. The panel will be in Hall H on Saturday, July 16th; Paramount's Comic-Con presentation begins at 11:45 with a fifteen-minute appearance by Pablo Helman, visual effects supervisor of War of the Worlds, followed by a 45-minute Aeon Flux panel.