Posted on Friday, June 1st, 2012 by Germain Lussier
What does Guy Pearce have to say about his Iron Man 3 role? How can you design an Avengers t-shirt judged by Tom Hiddleston? Is there a way to support The Amazing Spider-Man and a great charity? Want to hear Bill Murray play one of the Fantastic Four? Which company is making Amazing Spider-Man sneakers? Does Damon Lindelof have a superhero he’d like adapt for the big screen? Where can you buy screen worn Superman: The Movie costumes? And would you like to see a new Amazing Spider-Man commercial and Dark Knight Rises image? Read about all of that and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
The Amazing Spider-Man teams up with Stand Up 2 Cancer to sell some limited edition t-shirts.
The Avengers wasn’t the first time Marvel’s superheros were put together on screen. We Are Movie Geeks has a write up on teh 1960s TV show Marvel Superheroes.
Sideshow Collectibles is selling this gorgeous Thanos throne set.
Marvel and Disney will stream The Avengers to the International Space Station currently orbiting the Earth. Read more at SHH.
This new one minute commercial for The Amazing Spider-Man is, well, kind of Amazing. Thanks to Facebook.
Damon Lindelof was asked by Comic Book Movie which superhero he’d like to bring to the big screen:
Well there’s a huge part of me that wold somehow like to be involved in a Batman movie, but now that I’ve seen what Christopher Nolan has done with it I just don’t think that anyone is ever going to do better. Sooner or later someone may have the audacity to do so, but It’s not going to be me! I think I would rather do a character that not many people knew, and maybe saw as lame and couldn’t carry their own movie. One character I’ve always loved is Iron Fist, and Matt Fractions incredible run with him a couple of years back. I always thought that would make a really cool movie. But I am hard pushed to think of me doing anything better than The Avengers which I just thought was phenomenal.
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