It’s Super 8 week and things are getting a little crazy. Reviews are pouring in, there’s a mysterious Super 8 Secret set to be announced and the men behind it all are out in full force. Producer Steven Spielberg is doing a rare press tour and writer/director J.J. Abrams is answering same questions over and over again about the film that will presumably be next for him, Star Trek 2. Much as been made about the looming release date of June 29, 2012, which seems unlikely, and whether or not Paramount will ask Abrams to shoot the film – if he directs – in 3D. TrekMovie.com has assembled quotes from a ton of different interviews on both those subjects and we’ve got them after the jump. Read More »

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What villains might appear in Thor 2 and when could we possibly see it? Did Robert Rodriguez actually have a connection to Deadpool? Why exactly didn’t Wonder Woman make it to air? And would you like to post yourself doing the Green Lantern oath and see a brand new poster? All the answers will be revealed in the latest Superhero Bits. Read More »

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It’s happening. Christopher Nolan is now filming The Dark Knight Rises and some actual urban set photos have emerged. Want to see what they are shooting? Also, what is the film going to cost and why is the guaranteed blockbuster causing stress at Warner Bros.? Plus, who won’t be appearing in X-Men First Class, who will be appearing in The Avengers, director Martin Campbell comments on Green Lantern 2 and more. Only in today’s Superhero Bits. Which starts right now. Read More »

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Power to the people Marc Webb, Martin Sheen and Andrew Garfield. We’ve got information on your movie, The Amazing Spider-Man, and so much more in today’s Superhero Bits. Want to know the latest buzz on the return of the Spider-Man musical? How real are the stunts, and lizard makeup, in The Amazing Spider-Man? Would you like to see some of the Easter eggs in Thor and possibly even Captain America: The First Avenger? New Avengers info? Green Lantern poster? And could an actor known as Superman be going over to Marvel? Raise a fist and find out about all of this and more in this edition of today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Disneyland is home to many celebrated attractions: pirates, haunted mansions, Indiana Jones, Michael Jackson in 3D, kid Jedi training, and so much more. Now it’s time to add mutants, webslinging and Norse gods to the mix. It’s still just talk at this stage, but with Marvel Studios now being a subsidiary of Disney, Marvel president Kevin Feige is excited about what sort of possibilities are available should they expand their presence to theme park rides and the like.

Check out what Feige had to say, and a whole slew of other superhero-related movie news, after the break. Read More »

Sundance Invades The Summer of 2011

Everyone’s talked ad nauseam about how the summer of 2011 is going to be a blockbuster bloodbath. Week after week of high concept, big budget sequels featuring superheroes, robots and wizards. But those aren’t the only movies that’ll be playing at your local theater during the long, hot months of May, June, July and August. A huge chunk of movies we reviewed in January at the Sundance Film Festival – from award winners to our personal favorites – are also finding their way into theaters during that time. As the heat quickly approaches, we’ve decided to highlight over 20 Sundance films that are scheduled to open opposite the traditional Hollywood fare. See images, read reviews and find release dates all below. Read More »

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In today’s superhero bits we’ve got two new cast photos from X-Men: First Class, a rumored upcoming animated adaptation of Frank Miller‘s classic Batman story The Dark Knight Returns and a whole bunch of juicy rumors on Zack Snyder‘s Superman reboot called Man of Steel. That’s quite the all-star team. Read about all of this superhero movie news after the jump. Read More »

While most movie news sites were kneeling before Michael Shannon as Zod this weekend, several other interesting superhero movie bits also were revealed. First up, despite some strong suggestions that Tom Hiddleston would reprise his Thor role as Loki in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, the actor himself has reportedly more or less cut down those rumors. Second, word from a recent Source Code Q&A is that director Duncan Jones will meet with 20th Century Fox to discuss him possibly directing Darren Aronofsky’s abandoned The Wolverine and third, we have an update on Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish‘s script for Marvel’s Ant-Man. We’ve got more information on all of this after the jump. Read More »

No need to scream the geeky battle cry of “Nathan Fillion!” in this casting story, the star of Castle and Firefly already has the job. Fillion has been cast as Hal Jordan, aka the Green Lantern, in the latest film version of the DC Comics superhero. The film comes out this June, but it’s not the Martin Campbell/Ryan Reynolds live action film. Fillion instead will lend his voice to Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, a direct to video film by Warner Brothers Animation that will also feature the voices of Elizabeth Moss (Mad Men) Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter) Henry Rollins and Roddy Piper.

After the jump, read more about that project as well as who Zack Snyder‘s favorite Superman artists are, possibly hinting at what we might see in his film, as well as a few quotes from Marvel main man Kevin Feige about The Avengers. Read More »