Posted on Friday, November 20th, 2015 by Angie Han
2017’s Justice League Part One will mark the first time the Justice League has officially assembled in a live-action feature film, but there were plenty of attempts to bring the superhero team to the big screen before that. One of the most famous is George Miller‘s Justice League Mortal, which had a cast in place before the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike derailed it altogether.
Since then, it’s become one of the great what-ifs of superhero movie fandom, alongside the likes of Tim Burton’s Superman Lives. But while we’ll never actually get to see the film that could’ve been, we have a tiny taste of it today. Photographer Mark Rogers has shared a couple of photos of Megan Gale in costume as Wonder Woman in Miller’s canceled film. See the Justice League Mortal Wonder Woman images after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Friday, November 20th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
The first season of Marvel‘s new Jessica Jones series is streaming on Netflix right now, but you’re probably in the same boat as us – you can’t watch it yet because you’re too busy doing your job to make money to pay the bills, or you’re too busy attending classes to make sure you can get a job to pay those future bills. But fret not! You can get a quick hit of Marvel goodness because the Jessica Jones opening titles are online, which should be more than enough to get you through the day.
And then you can binge-watch all night and through the weekend.
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The debate over Man of Steel‘s third act isn’t going to end anytime soon. It’s been a topic of conversation ever since the film was released, and with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice coming out in the next few months, expect even more discussions about it. The film will address the third-act destruction we saw in Man of Steel, and will question how much Supes is responsible for all those deaths. Now, comic book writer Mark Millar has weighed in on the level of violence we saw in the comic book origin story.
After the jump, Mark Millar discusses Man of Steel and comic book movies in general.
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Can you expect even more Quicksilver in X-Men: Apocalypse? Which Glee star is joining Supergirl? Will Stephen Amell finally have a goatee as Arrow? Can Paul Bettany and Anthony Mackie convince you whether Vision or Falcon is the better Avenger? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Comc book fans who were looking forward to seeing Justice League Dark hit the big screen with director Guillermo del Toro behind the camera had their hearts broken when the filmmaker stepped away from the project over the summer. Since then, Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller was rumored to be offered the job, but he has chosen not to be involved as well. Now a new rumor gives us a couple more options for a potential Justice League Dark director.
As of now, Evil Dead remake director Fede Alvarez and Big Bad Wolves directing duo Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado are said to be the top contenders for the job, which gives us a good idea of what kind of tone Warner Bros. might be going for with this supernatural comic book adaptation. Read More »
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Depending on what kind of multiplex you go to, you may have noticed that cardboard movie theater standees have gotten more complex in recent years. Some are just 3D versions of movie posters, while others allow fans to interact or pose for photos that make them look like they’re part of the poster.
And that’s exactly what 20th Century Fox and Marvel movie have delivered with the latest fun standee you might spot at your local theater. This Deadpool standee has the Merc with a Mouth acting as Santa Claus, so you can sit on his lap for a nice Christmas card photo for your friends and family. Look! Read More »
Which Constantine star has joined Supergirl as an alien villain? What was Stan Lee‘s response to learning Iceman is gay? Who is writing The Dark Knight Returns IV? Will we see a crossover episode for The Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow? How does Old Man Logan pay tribute to Frank Miller‘s The Dark Knight Returns? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 by Angie Han
After spending much of Agent Carter Season 1 adjusting to life after World War II — and after Steve Rogers — Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) is off to a fresh start in the first teaser for Season 2. The next run of episodes sends her across the country to glamorous Hollywood, where she’ll tangle with new foes and, by the looks of it, a new love. But she’s got some old friends in tow as well, including (much to his chagrin) Edwin Jarvis, played by James D’Arcy. Watch the first Agent Carter Season 2 teaser after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
As long as grown men dancing in superhero costumes remains funny, Marvel gag reels will always be worth a watch… and the new Ant-Man gag reels contains a higher percentage of dancing than any gag reel we’ve seen in ages. If this video is any indication, Paul Rudd starts dancing at the drop of a hat and must be coerced into standing still. Michael Peña also busts plenty of moves, but Rudd, whether he’s in the Ant-Man outfit or in civilian clothes, never stops moving to his own personal beat. He’s a treasure. We don’t deserve Paul Rudd.
The gag reel also features other amusing moments, but it’s about 84% Rudd/Peña dancing. So you know what you must do. You must watch it.
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