Junkie XL to Score ‘Deadpool’

Deadpool red-band trailer

What do Max Rockatansky, Tris Prior, and Wade Wilson have in common? They all get to rock out to music by Junkie XL. The Dutch musician and composer has announced he’s scoring Deadpool, 20th Century Fox’s upcoming actioner about a certain loudmouth superhero. Learn more about the Deadpool composer after the jump. Read More »


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What’s the latest on Josh Boone‘s New Mutants? Who’s directing Jessica Jones? When will Batman: Arkham Knight return to PC? What happens when Superman oversleeps? Has the Arrow / Flash crossover episode started shooting? What would the Justice League look like as D&D characters? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Damage Control

ABC is ordering another Marvel TV series. Ben Karlin, who worked as a producer on The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and Modern Family, is exec producer on a new comedy called Damage Control, inspired by a set of short Marvel Comics series originally published in 1989.

The show, which has a script order from ABC, is about the people who clean up after superhero activity in the Marvel universe. Given the scale of stuff that happens in Marvel stories, this group has a lot of work to do. Read More »

Taika Waititi in What We Do in the Shadows

Thor: Ragnarok has finally found a director to bring about the end of days. Taika Waititi, who last helmed the vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, is reportedly in talks to direct the Marvel sequel. Learn more about the new Thor Ragnarok director after the jump.  Read More »

Marvel cinematic universe breakdown

In the next five years, we’ll see more than 25 comic book movies. Will audiences continue to care about men and women fighting in tights? Steven Spielberg doesn’t think so. Now, Marvel head hancho Kevin Feige responds to Steven Spielberg. Read his response after the jump.

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George Miller Man of Steel

The next film from Mad Max director George Miller probably won’t be a huge spectacle, and he’s almost certainly not making a Man of Steel sequel.

It’s been a strange journey for George Miller in the past decade. Work on Mad Max: Fury Road began about fifteen years ago, and when that film was delayed he turned to Justice League, casting and designing the film (see the concept art above) and getting it to a point where production could begin. Then the economic situation changed in Australia and the writers’ strike happened. Justice League died and Miller went back to Happy Feet Two, and to Mad Max, which was finally released to great acclaim this year.

There were rumors that Miller, who grew up on DC Comics, might go back to a DC movie, with reports pegging him as a possible Man of Steel 2 director. But now Miller says his next film will be a small one even as he pushes aside those Man of Steel reports. Read More »


UPDATE: HBO has confirmed to Deadline that “preliminary discussions regarding Watchmen have occurred,” but stresses that no deals are in place.

Director Zack Snyder may be returning to the world of the Watchmen, this time on a smaller scale. According to a new report, the filmmaker has been in meetings with HBO about the possibility of a Watchmen TV series. Read about the possible Watchmen TV series after the jump. Read More »

Tyler Stout Avengers Age Of Ultron Poster

Marvel and Disney have teamed up with Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles to release a Tyler Stout Avengers Age Of Ultron poster. Hit the jump to find out how you can buy this limited edition screen print today.

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