How many deleted scenes are going to be on the X-Men: First Class DVD? What mode of transportation might Batman be using in The Dark Knight Rises? Who are five directors who would be perfect to direct Thor 2? Want to watch Tom Hardy talk about being naughty on the set of The Dark Knight Rises? See all of that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.

Captain America: The First Avenger is Coming Soon, so the TV Spots just keep on hitting with tidbits of new footage each time. That’s one above. There’s another below.

Superhero news comes from the most crazy places, such as Perez Hilton. He reports the X-Men: First Class DVD will have 13 deleted scenes running 14 minutes. Here’s the info:

Judging from a listing in the BBFC database, there’s going to be thirteen of them, with a total runtime of under fourteen minutes. So they’ll be brief. Judging from what Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman told me back at the time of the release, much of the deleted material would revolve around Moira MacTaggart, her work at the CIA and her relationship with Charles.

Another Captain America: The First Avenger commercial via Coming Soon.

Is there going to be a Batcopter in The Dark Knight Rises? Yes, according to the sound guy who tweeted the above information. Comic Book Movie found it, so thanks to them.

Did you miss Kevin Feige‘s interview with Film Journal? We talked about it a few issues of Superhero Bits ago but, its come up again. Here’s another quote:

The stuff we’ve shot [so far on THE AVENGERS] is cutting together spectacularly and it’s just the character interactions that we’ve done so far—we haven’t shot much of the action sequences yet. I think the end result is going to feel very, very satisfying.

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