Which superhero film was Quentin Tarantino offered? Want to see the original concept art for Jack Nicholson‘s Joker? Maybe you want to buy a Joker Snuggie? What did Jamie Foxx have to say about The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Who is fighting, on video, on the set of Thor: The Dark World? Which movie series does Mark Millar say he’ll release every few years? When does Dredd come to Blu-ray? Did Captain America: The Winter Soldier change where it’s going to film? Who did Nathan Fillion dress up for at Halloween? Read about all of this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Hot Toys posted some new photos of their Phil Coulson Avengers figure.

In his interview with Playboy, Quentin Tarantino revealed Warner Bros. offered him Green Lantern very early on in the process.

Producer Michael Uslan saw a photo of Jack Nicholson from The Shining, drew on it, and the rest is cinematic history. Now his original concept art from 1989′s Batman is available at auction. Thanks to the Washington Post via IO9.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, was considering shooting in Michigan before settling on Cleveland. Read the compelling story at the link.

Superhero Hype found a set of 15 (!?!) set videos from Thor: The Dark World, featuring several of the stars. Here’s just one of the series. You can also watch a fight scene at this link. Beware of possible spoilers. More Thor later.

Access Hollywood (via Coming Soon) asked Jamie Foxx about playing Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2:

Fingers crossed it all works out. I have a little daughter, four years old, and what’s crazy is like, this past year she had a birthday where Spider-Man was the theme… I haven’t sprung it on her yet, but she will go crazy!

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