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Want to see the Batmobile on the set of Suicide Squad? Which Thanos actor will appear in Captain America: Civil War? Did Matthew Vaughn shoot any of Fantastic Four? What new character did Bryan Singer reveal is in X-Men Apocalypse? How many episodes will Agent Carter be in season 2? Will Elektra appear in Daredevil season 2? Did a Walking Dead actor express interest in playing Spider-Man? Care to watch a clip from The Death of Superman Lives documentary? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

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Hugh Jackman has said 2017’s Wolverine 3 will be his last time playing the mutant superhero. But before we get there, he’ll have a few more opportunities to brandish the adamantium claws — including, perhaps, next year’s Deadpool. Star Ryan Reynolds says Jackman could return for the upcoming movie, if scheduling doesn’t get in the way.  Read More »

Justice League

Way back in 2007, George Miller was set to direct Justice League Mortal for Warner Bros. He got as far as casting, with Armie Hammer (Batman), D.J. Cotrona (Superman), Megan Gale (Wonder Woman), Adam Brody (The Flash), and Common (Green Lantern) set for the main roles, before things fell apart.

Warner Bros. now has other plans for Justice League, as we’ve extensively covered here. But with the recent success of Mad Max: Fury Road, people are wondering once again about the George Miller Justice League movie that never was. Now a new documentary will shed some light on the aborted project.  Read More »

Jaden Smith to Play DC Superhero Static Shock?

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As his dad plays DC supervillain Deadshot in Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad, Jaden Smith may be gearing up for a DC project of his own. The younger Smith is said to have the lead in Static Shock, Warner Bros. upcoming live-action digital series. More on the possible Jaden Smith Static Shock casting after the jump.  Read More »

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Want to see new images from Ant-Man? How much comic book reference do the X-Men movie use? Has Frank Grillo finished filming Captain America: Civil War? Will there be a documentary about the George Miller Justice League movie? What did Michael B. Jordan say about the race issue of Fantastic Four? Would Emma Stone play Spider-Gwen? Is George Clooney still apologizing for Batman & Robin? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Dwayne Johnson shazam release date

Fans who were looking forward to Dwayne Johnson playing a comic book character were probably a little disappointed when Warner Bros. released their big, upcoming, DC schedule last year. Among all the huge movies and announcements was the fact Johnson’s Black Adam wouldn’t appear until 2019 when Shazam hit theaters.

A few months back though, Johnson suggested that release date might be moved forward and now he’s at it again. The actor believes Shazam will be released earlier than 2019. Read about the potential Shazam release date change below. Read More »

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Deadpool Make a Wish

With confirmation that the eagerly anticipated big screen adaptation of Deadpool is going to be R-rated, there’s no doubt that the property isn’t the most kid-friendly comic book character. But that didn’t stop Ryan Reynolds from making a young boy’s wish come true to meet Deadpool and visit the set of the movie that’s in production in Vancouver right now.

Young Tony Acevedo was given a great gift by the Make-A-Wish Foundation when his wish was to meet Deadpool. Reynolds posted a photo to Instagram of him meeting young Acevedo, and it’s an adorable, touching moment. See the young fan’s Deadpool make a wish come true below! Read More »

International Fantastic Four Trailer

Even though director Josh Trank is no longer on board the second Star Wars Anthology film, which is reportedly about Boba Fett, we’re still hoping for the best when it comes to his reboot of Fantastic Four at 20th Century Fox. So far the trailers have painted a pretty serious picture for the comic book property that isn’t exactly known for being dark and gritty, so this will likely be very different from the previous big screen iteration of the super powered quartet.

Now a new international trailer has surfaced that’s almost identical to the previous domestic trailer we saw, but there are some bits of new footage of our heroes showing off their powers (which we also saw shown off in a new commercial). Watch the international Fantastic Four trailer after the jump! Read More »

Zombies vs Robots script

The IDW-published comic series Zombies vs Robots is coming to the big screen thanks to a development effort by Sony. The studio has Andrew Adamson (ShrekThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe) set to direct, and has now pulled in a new screenwriter. And this writer is someone whose previous work is set in a far more realistic vein: Craig Borten, who co-wrote Dallas Buyers Club and scripted The 33, based on the story of trapped Chilean Miners. Read More »