Posted on Monday, June 11th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Want to see some more set photos from Iron Man 3? How can you get your work judged by Christopher Nolan? Which Avengers vehicle will be a hot exclusive at San Diego Comic-Con? Are there any reasons why you shouldn’t see The Dark Knight Rises in IMAX? Who would Chris Hemsworth like to see join the cast of Thor 2? Which upcoming Marvel movie has a video game in development? How many new Amazing Spider-Man TV spots are now online? And what might a scene in Justice League look like? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Chrysler is sponsoring a Dark Knight Rises contest that can win you a trip to the premiere. You just have to create a TV commercial that’ll be selected by Christopher Nolan himself.
/Film reader Gabriel L created this cool Dark Knight Rises Cover Photo.
Empire Magazine (via Comic Book Movie) asked a bunch of filmmakers how Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight changed the game. Here’s one quote from Zack Snyder:
What Chris did with that movie was he made our mythology mean something to us. Batman is no longer a man in a suit. He’s us. But it’s not a repeatable thing, as far as tone and mood go. The Dark Knight Rises can be that again, but other superhero movies can’t because they don’t have the balls. That tone is transcendent. That’s a movie anyone can see and say, ‘I understand that mythology instantly’
This Hasbro Super Helicarrier from The Avengers about 4 feet long and will be sold exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con for $129.99. Expect it to be one of the hottest toys there.
The Geek Twins has some reasons why you wouldn’t want to see The Dark Knight Rises in IMAX. I disagree.
Watch Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale accept the Most Manticipated award for The Dark Knight Rises at the Spike Guy’s Choice Awards via Batman News.
The LA Times has a great article about there being no Marvel games at the Disney booth during E3 but also reveals an Iron Man 3 game is in development.
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