Superhero Bits: The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Kick-Ass 2, Thor: The Dark World, Bane, Iron Man, Stan Lee
Posted on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
When does The Amazing Spider-Man 2 start filming? What do Andrew Garfield and Marc Webb have to say about the sequel? Want to see a scene being shot from Kick-Ass 2? Which Fringe actor is joining Arrow? Why is Bane singing on a mountain side? Did Tony Stark have a different car planned in the original Iron Man? How did Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth prepare for Thor: The Dark World? What does the villain, Malekith, look like? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Andrew Garfield was on The Ellen Show and said The Amazing Spider-Man 2 starts shooting in February.
I feel really excited. I feel like we got over a hump with our first one. We had to reinstate the character, and we had to reinvigorate an audience to the character. And I hope to bring more of this theme—the theme of the orphan. I wanna keep exploring that theme of being fatherless, being motherless, searching for purpose and finding a purpose within himself, being a self-made man, I guess.
/Film reader Luke Mandie has been reimagining Batman villains in the Christopher Nolan style.
Fringe actor Seth Gabel joins Arrow as the bad guy Vertigo, according to TV Line.
In a talk with GQ.com, Tom Hiddleston spoke about Thor: The Dark World and its conception:
The springboard for us in the second Thor film is at the end of Avengers you see Thor and Loki beamed up back to Asgard. The first question that we all asked was “what happens next? What does Odin have to say about the events of Avengers?” What’s Jane Foster been up to while she wasn’t involved?” It’s really exciting, actually. We’re literally half way through – we started at the start of August and we should be finished by Christmas. It’s going beautifully.
Stan Lee has a grammar issue.
Stan Lee and Marc Webb also talked about what we can expect in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
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