Superhero Bits: Silver Surfer, Wolverine, Dark Knight Rises, Nemesis, Amazing Spider-Man, Wonder Woman
Posted on Friday, August 24th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Has the truth behind the origin of Wolverine finally been revealed? What could the Silver Surfer have looked in an Eighties movie? Is Joe Carnahan really going to do Nemesis? Was Matthew Modine surprised by his character’s fate in The Dark Knight Rises? Has Joseph Gordon-Levitt read the Justice League script? Which goodies come in the limited edition Amazing Spider-Man Blu-ray box set and what is Joss Whedon‘s master plan in regard to The Avengers sequel? Read all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Movies.com posted this piece of Silver Surfer concept art from a movie that never happened. Head there for more information.
Joe Carnahan took to his Twitter to comment on Mark Millar‘s quote about him doing Nemesis. Here are the two tweets together:
Realized I didn’t comment on ‘NEMESIS’ after @mrmarkmillar confirmed my involvement. My bro and I have an incredible take on it. Excited…. How about ‘incredible take’ as in ‘I pitched @mrmarkmillar while he was at my house for dinner last week and he loved it.’ Satisfactory?
How could Batman be rebooted with John Blake? The Sports Hero weighs in.
Fans who followed Dark Knight Rises spy photos probably remember that Matthew Modine’s character originally was met with a fate different from the one we see in the final film (Highlight this for the spoiler: He was hit and flung back by a Tumbler). He, too, was surprised at the final film as told to Comic Book Movie:
Yes [I was surprised]. But edited movies are always a surprise. I’m hoping that the reason for this edit, which by the way was an incredible stunt and powerfully shot, is that, if there is a subsequent Batman film, Foley may not actually be dead. He found something out about himself in the streets of Gotham and he could be a worthy new Police Commissioner of the city we love.
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