Posted on Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Want to see the first posters in Mondo’s Avengers series featuring Black Widow and Hawkeye? Could we see a new Dark Knight Rises trailer soon? How did a small town make a young boy’s dream of being Batman a reality? Which crazy Avengers rumors did the cast enjoy the most? Has David Slade offered an update on Daredevil? What was an earlier movie version of Daredevil going to be about? How many directors does Forbes think could take over Batman after Christopher Nolan leaves? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
The Huffington Post revealed the first two posters in Mondo’s Avengers series: Black Widow by Olly Moss and Hawkeye by Tom Whalen (teased at top). They go on sale April 19 and April 20 respectively, follow @MondoNews for the info. Marvel also confirmed all of the characters will get a poster along with the full team.
Comic Book Movie has found evidence we might see a new Dark Knight Rises trailer soon.
Talk about a cool Make A Wish. This sick 7-year-old decided he wanted to fight crime with Batman and the local police made it so. Thanks to the Huffington Post.
Threadless has this Angry Robin shirt available for guys and girls.
Yahoo Movies has a solid interview with Marc Webb discussing The Amazing Spider-Man. Here’s a taste, discussing what he didn’t want to carry over from the previous films:
I felt it was important to start to define the parts of Peter Parker that were new and different. I mean, I think Peter Parker emerges from this orphan environment. He’s abandoned by his parents at a very young age and that has an emotional consequence that tracks for the rest of his life. I felt like that was an important thing to hit on, and that emerges — it manifests itself, I think, in a surly, sometimes punk-rock attitude, and that quippy, really trickster-y behavior the Spider-Man takes on.
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