What would a DC themed short by Aardman look like? Why was The Amazing Spider-Man on Saturday Night Live? How did Henry Cavill and the Man of Steel crew react to The New 52?  Are there still injuries happening at Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark? Want to read a rumored, highly-detailed description of The Dark Knight Rises prologue? Was there a good reason for Kenneth Branagh to not direct Thor 2? And what do the Victoria’s Secret models have to do with any of this? Read about all of this and much more today’s massive Superhero Bits!

These guys aren’t just cosplayers. They’re groomsmen in a Superman themed wedding. Head to Geeks are Sexy (via Fashionably Geek) for photos of the bride, the rings and more.

Emma Stone hosted Saturday Night Live this week and, of course, her upcoming role in The Amazing Spider-Man came up. Also popping up was her on-screen boyfriend, Andrew Garfield.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt spoke to The Lantern (via Comic Book Movie) and stressed that The Dark Knight Rises is not being phoned in:

Everyone (on set) is really excited about what we’re making ‘cause everyone knows we’re making something good. We’re not just doing it for a paycheck, we’re not just punching the clock, everyone really cares about the movie, and that always makes it way more fun to do.

Geeks are Sexy alerts us to a ton of minimalist comic book posters by Reddit user BloOp. Pretty nice stuff.

Henry Cavill did an extensive interview with the Washington Examiner (via CBM) and, amongst other things, spoke about how the Man of Steel crew reacted to the New 52:

When that came out, everyone went, ‘Arrhhh! Everything’s changed.’ It’s part of the evolution of the character. There is a modernization to it, and certainly our style is making him easier to associate with because it’s pretty tough to associate with an invulnerable alien.

College Humor sure loves making fun of Batman. Here, he meets The Riddler.

Not even the backstage area is safe at Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. Spidey’s understudy got hurt backstage recently according to The Hollywood Reporter.

You’ve gotta love this Threadless t-shirt called “Part Time Job.”

Collider spoke to Michael Fassbender about what he’s looking forward to when the inevitable X-Men: First Class sequel happens:

I’m looking forward to working with all those people again. We had a lot of fun. It was a great cast and a great crew. Hopefully, I’ll get in at ground level and start putting some ideas together myself, with James [McAvoy] and, hopefully, (director) Matthew [Vaughn], and we can see what happens next. I’m really interested to see what happens to Charles (James McAvoy), in the next one, and see how he becomes Professor X ‘cause we got to see Erik turn into Magneto, in the first one. It will be interesting to see who shaves Charles’ head. When he’s drunk one night, the mutants will go in there and shave his head and shave off his eyebrows. Maybe.

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