Ben McKenzie as Jim Gordon in Gotham

Is that a new suit for Daredevil Season 2? Who’s Spidey battling in Captain America: Civil War? What can Ike Barinholtz reveal about his Suicide Squad character? Did moving Batman v Superman to 2016 make it a better movie? Why does Ben McKenzie think Gotham Season 2 will be better than Season 1? How does Wonder Woman feel about same-sex marriage? Has the Justice League Mortal documentary run into a hurdle? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

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SHIELD spinoff pilot

A couple months ago there was an effort to develop an Agents of SHIELD spin-off series starring SHIELD characters Bobbi Morse (aka Mockingbird) and Lance Hunter, played by Adrianne Palicki and Nick Hunter, respectively.

That spin-off effort died, or was at least wounded, as there was still talk of it having a future. The big issue seemed to be frugality on the part of the network brass, who wanted to get a little more blood out of the characters on SHIELD. Now the two characters are indeed getting their own spin-off pilot. This incarnation is called Marvel’s Most Wanted, and it will feature the two characters on post-SHIELD adventures.  Read More »

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 composer

Guardians of the Galaxy composer Tyler Bates will return for director James Gunn‘s Guardians of the Galaxy sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. More on the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 composer after the jump.

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What would Evangeline Lilly look like as the Wasp? Does Kevin Smith have an opinion about Ronda Rousey as Captain Marvel? Has the Constantine episode of Arrow started shooting? What big change might be coming for May in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3? Which new villain shows up in The Flash Season 2 promo? Want to peek inside Storm’s apartment in X-Men: Apocalypse? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Zod Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice casket

General Zod sure looked dead in that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer, but don’t assume his story is over quite yet. Michael Shannon has confirmed he’ll be back for the upcoming movie — and not only that, he’ll have a new look that involves flippers for hands. Wait, what? Read Shannon’s comments on the Batman v Superman Zod flippers after the jump.  Read More »

jessica jones logo

The episode titles for Marvel’s next Netflix series Jessica Jones. have found their way online. For those of you who like to scan the chapter titles before diving into a novel, you can hit the jump now. I would warn of possible spoilers but these episode titles are pretty harmless.

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Kingsman The Secret Service Honest Trailer

One of the more surprisingly fun and enjoyable action movies of this year was Kingsman: The Secret Service, the adaptation of Mark Millar‘s comic book from director Matthew Vaughn, which hit theaters all the way back in March and is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD.

The Matthew Vaughn film starring Colin Firth and introducing Taron Egerton was an over-the-top tribute to James Bond while also still making sure to distinguish itself from the iconic secret agent franchise. And that’s exactly what Honest Trailers hones in on when sending up this wild spy action flick. It might surprise you just how much the movie goes out of its way to simultaneously reference and go in a different direction than James Bond.

Watch the Kingsman The Secret Service Honest Trailer below! Read More »

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Why’s Superman pissed at Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman? Is Liev Schreiber hinting at a Sabretooth return in Wolverine 3? What are Falcon and Winter Soldier up to on the Captain America: Civil War set? Want to see Will Smith give Joel KinnamanSuicide Squad tattoo? Which superhero (besides Iceman) does Shawn Ashmore want to play? What would Donald Trump be like as Batman? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Fantastic Four reviews

To some it may seem like continuing to shine a light on the failure of Fantastic Four is beating a dead horse. But where Fantastic Four stumbled lies a fascinating look into the studio filmmaking process as executives and the director keep playing the blame game and more details about the troubled production come to the surface.

The latest bit of information on Josh Trank‘s comic book reboot involves a description of a major action sequence that was cut out of the film, something that Fantastic Four could have used much more of in the final cut. This particular sequence involves many of the shots of The Thing that we recently highlighted from the trailers which ended up not appearing in the movie at all.

Find out what we know about the Fantastic Four deleted scene after the jump, but beware of spoilers! Read More »