Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Funny note on the paper shredder in the office from The Daily What.
What Culture lists their top four possible stories for David Slade‘s Daredevil reboot.
Geek Tyrant has a column of WTF comic book covers including this one showing The Avengers on David Letterman. Too weird.
Twitter released their year end trends and Thor beat out The Dark Knight Rises for most talked about comic book film of 2011. Dark Knight Rises isn’t released for another year so the fact that it’s number two is probably more impressive.
Tom Hiddleston told The Playlist about the differences in Loki between Thor and The Avengers:
Working with [director] Ken [Branagh on ‘Thor’], it was Loki’s origin story as much as Thor’s origin story, so he was asking for an emotional volatility, a vulnerability, and a spiritual complexity. With [director] Joss [Whedon on ‘The Avengers’], he wants to take both of these characters further down the road and set them off, so he wanted a Loki who was feral and dangerous and having a really good time. Someone who overtly and openly delights in the chaos he creates, as opposed to being kind of incidental and accidental, while never losing sight that the birth of his traits comes from loneliness and spiritual desolation. He has nowhere to call home, no place he belongs, so he’s a wounded soul, Loki.
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