Posted on Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Want to see an awesome sweded version of The Avengers trailer? What did the cast of The Dark Knight Rises have to say when accepting their most anticipated movie Scream award? Is Deadpool dead? What are the Howling Commandos doing in a deleted scene in Captain America: The First Avenger? Which Batman comic might be a big influence on The Dark Knight Rises? Which character is Russell Crowe fighting in Man of Steel? Which mythic Marvel home will Disney’s Prep & Landing be preparing for Santa Claus? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
The Dark Knight Rises won the Most Anticipated Movie award at the Spike Scream Awards that taped over the weekend and air Tuesday night.
Cosmic Book News (via CBM) thinks they might have some more info on the story of The Dark Knight Rises. A new rumor says the story will draw heavily from Batman: Dark Victory by Tim Sale and Jeph Loeb. Head there to read more details. Potential spoilers abound.
The Deadpool movie isn’t yet dead, but the character is going to die in the comic books. Or at least he’ll try to. The story will start in issue #50 and you can read more over at Marvel.com.
Once again, Clark Gregg promises that Agent Coulson will get into the action in The Avengers in this video from MTV.
Michelle Pfeiffer spoke to Hollywood Life about how she thinks Anne Hathaway will be as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises:
I think [Anne] is going to be amazing. She has the darkness and the comedy — she’s got it all! She’s going to be great.
If you couldn’t be at New York Comic-Con this week, Nerd Approved has a cool round up of what was seen on the floor including toys (above), cosplay and more.
The comic shop in CBS’ hit show The Big Bang Theory might be the only shop in America that only sells #1 issues. Seems they had some sort of deal with DC to product place The New 52. Thanks to Bleeding Cool for this, and other, images.
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