Posted on Monday, April 16th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
What advice would Joss Whedon give to Warner Bros. on making a Justice League movie? Want to see some funny photoshops of The Avengers premiere? If Batman forgot who he was, what would he do? Who was Samuel L. Jackson‘s favorite character to work with in The Avengers? Does Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige think The Amazing Spider-Man turned out well? And has the true identity of Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s character in The Dark Knight Rises finally been revealed? Read all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Movieline runs 20 TV characters who deserve the superhero treatment more than Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
Artist DFace made this Captain America on a section of the Berlin Wall. See more at Melrose and Fairfax.
Screen Crave asked Avengers director Joss Whedon to give Warner Bros. some advice on making a Justice League movie:
It’s enormously difficult to take very disparate characters and make them work. And DC has a harder time with it than Marvel because their characters are from a bygone era. Their characters were bigger than we were. They’ve amended that but Marvel really cracked the code in terms of ‘Oh, they’re just like us.’ A dose of that sort of veracity that Marvel really started with Iron Man, I think you need to use that as a base.
FilmDrunk has posted a bunch of photoshops from The Avengers premiere. Too funny.
Who did Samuel L. Jackson like working with most in The Avengers? Check out the MTV interview above.
Geek Alerts posted this Avengers paperweight set.
Head to this page over on CBM to see a ton of Avengers interviews. Like… a lot.
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