Warner Bros. Pictures has unleashed an official site for its superhero flick "Watchmen."
Following the confirmation of "Watchmen" cast earlier this week, Warner Bros. Pictures has delightfully brought an official website for the project on the net for fans to take a look at, it has been learned.
Featuring the synopsis and cast lineup of the movie, the site reportedly will soon include the photos, the Comic-Con poster, and a Production Blog on the anticipated project, so keep visiting it regularly to finally get all of them then.
In the meantime, more tidbits about the film were revealed yesterday July 27 by helmer Zack Snyder at this year's Comic-Con International convention, held in San Diego, California. Stating March 6, 2006 will be the release date of the flick, Snyder eagerly revealed that the production is currently creating sets in Vancouver, including a New York City backlot while informing Stephen McHattie has joined the cast as Hollis Mason.
On the matter of cast, the Green Bay-born filmmaker admitted that he picked up younger actors not without purpose since it would be easier for him to age them up and down as there will be a lot of flashbacks presented in the movie much like in the graphic novel. More to say, he further added that Dr. Manhattan will be a full 3D CG performance capture of his portrayer Billy Crudup while Patrick Wilson as Nite Owl will be made to age a little and slightly older than in real life with the Comedian, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, being featured from 19 years old to his '60s.