Page 2: Superman, James Cameron, Spider-Man, Tyler Perry, X-Men, Christopher Nolan, The Big Lebowski 2
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
While not movie or tv related, check out these awesome pieces of sci-fi fantasy art created by Ian McQue. [coolvibe]
Batman star Christian Bale reacts to the news of Henry Cavill being cast as Superman? This report comes from E! Online:
So, Batman to Superman, what is Bale’s reaction to Henry Cavill’s casting in the Christopher Nolan-produced Man of Steel movie? None. He stares kinda blankly at a reporter for a beat or two, clearly having never, ever heard of Cavill. Finally, he summons a blurb you can be assured will not appear on a DVD box anytime soon, “Well done for whoever you mentioned.”
Check out Little Edward Scissorhands. [super]
Lucas Till talks to VMAN about playing Alex Summers (aka Havok) in Matthew Vaughn‘s X-Men: First Class:
“The day after I arrived on location to shoot Battle: Los Angeles, I started a three-week boot camp. The first week consisted of getting my body physically and mentally ready for everything the marines would be doing in the weeks to come. For X-Men: First Class, my routine is a lot different. Portraying Alex Summers, I want to look as athletic as his character is in the comics. My trainer, Ed Chow, is one of the nicest people on the face of the earth, which is deceiving, because he is damn good at what he does.”
Laika animator Adam Fisher directed a short film titled Timber in his spare time. [brew]
Katherine Heigl has signed on to replace Halle Berry as Jon Bon Jovi‘s girlfriend in New Year’s Eve. [deadline]
GlennzTees have released a new Doctor Who-inspired t-shirt: “Time Travel Convention”.
Lionsgate has created parody posters to promote Tyler Perry’s upcoming movie Madea’s Big Happy Family. Here is a look at the Black Swan parody one-sheet. [hitfix]
Tara Reid claims she will appear in The Big Lebowski 2 about a minute into the above video clip. I don’t think anyone believes her, do they? [filmdrunk]
Andrew Garfield talks about doing research for Spider-Man: “I’m really getting back into the older Spider-Mans now. I used to collect comics and I have a lot of them. I was a child so I couldn’t afford all of them. I freaked out. I was kind of like, ‘I’d better get to work right now, because I want to do this justice’.” [thesun]
Threadless has released “Optimust”, a Transformers-inspired t-shirt.