Posted on Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Where did police really pull over Batman driving a Lamborghini? What did Tom Hiddleston have to say after seeing The Avengers? Will The Dark Knight Rises be at San Diego Comic-Con or not? In what scenario would actor Bob Hoskins could have played Wolverine? How would Gotham City advertise for tourism if they were real? Did Joss Whedon take the strength of different Avengers into account? And where have Avengers billboards began popping up? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
From The Dark Knight, we all know Bruce Wayne drives a Lamborghini. And in Maryland, a guy dressed as Batman really got pulled over for not having a rear license plate on his Lamborghini. Head to CBS (via Geekologie) for the full story and more photos.
When The Avengers is released in India, it’ll have a different theme song from the US release. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it’s called “Hello And Hero” by Agnee.
Check out this featurette behind the scenes of Morgan Spurlock‘s Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope via Yahoo Movies.
As I surmised a few weeks back, The Dark Knight Rises will not be at San Diego Comic-Con 2012. Hitfix has the full story.
Joe Kelly, the original writer of Deadpool, had plenty to say to MTV about the movie that will eventually be made. Here’s one quote:
My opinion is that they should just call me up and have me write the damn thing. Cause that goes without saying.
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