Posted on Friday, June 17th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Will The Hulk be naked in The Avengers? What’s the other Captain America movie coming out next month? Just how extensive were the changes to Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark? How does Ryan Reynolds feel about negative reviews of Green Lantern? Want to watch what Siskel and Ebert thought of every single DC Comic book movie? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
July 22 might mark the opening of Captain America: The First Avenger, but Superhero Hype has the press release announcing that July 19 marks the release of the original Matt Salinger-starring Captain America from 1990.
Don’t sleep on that OTHER comic book adaptation coming out in late July, Cowboys & Aliens. Superhero Hype posted this new TV spot.
DC Comics employees hopped on a bus this week and got a free screening of Green Lantern, according to Bleeding Cool. No word on if they liked it or not.
I have to inform the wolrd that the Hulk may be completely bare assed in this AVengers.
A NASA telescope has captured a green, ring shaped nebula in space. Viral marketing for Green Lantern? Not likely, but still Bleeding Cool.
X-Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner, Stan Lee and others are looking for talent through a new social media called Talenthouse.
The Los Angeles Times spoke to both director Martin Campbell and star Ryan Reynolds about the negative buzz that has been surrounding their films. That’s Reynolds above, check out Campbell at the link.
Thor Frog. What else do you need to know?
The Smoking Jacket picks the five things X-Men First Class got wrong about 1960s women.
MTV has come up with a list of Easter Eggs that views should look for in Green Lantern including a post credits surprise.
This is kind of old but we never got around to running it. According to Hitfix, Matthew Vaughn thinks opening a sequel to X-Men First Class with the Kennedy Assassination, controlled by Magneto, would be awesome.
I thought it would be fun to open with the Kennedy assassination, and we reveal that the magic bullet was controlled by Magneto. That would explain the physics of it, and we see that he’s pissed off because Kennedy took all the credit for saving the world and mutants weren’t even mentioned.
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