Posted on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Comics Alliance has put together a post highlighting all of the Baskin Robbins creations specially made for Captain America: The First Avenger. Ice cream cakes, sundaes and even Super Solider Swirl. Sounds delicious.
Movies.com does running columns on many of the major upcoming releases and their latest one on Man of Steel has a rumored plot description that is very close to what happens in the “Birthright” comic series. Read the description below and then head to Movies.com for more info:
Clark Kent is a freelance reporter in his early 20’s, traveling all around the world covering various news stories. However, Kent is forced to fly back into action to attain a fleeing assassin instead of covering an ethnic conflict between the Ghuri and Turaaba clans in West Africa. Upon his return to form, Kent returns to Smallville to learn more about his origins and become the hero he was born to be.
The Daily BLAM has put together a round of screenshots from the brand new Captain America: Super Solider video game. Looks cool but how often are these games good? Not very often.
Back to Marvel and Comic Con, The Hollywood Reporter adds fuel to the fire that Chris Evans will be in attendance at the convention that stars in three weeks and they might even host special midnight screenings of the film. Makes sense, as it opens that weekend.
Nolan Fans (via The Daily BLAM) have posted some shots of prominent cast members in The Dark Knight Rises arriving on set. That’s Tom Hardy. This is why we have superhero bits, folks. Is it cool to see that? Yes. Is it worth more than 5 seconds of your time? No. The link also shows Marion Cotillard and Alon Aboutboul.
Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges are teaming up for R.I.P.D. and io9 has a script review with only minor spoilers. They say the film has “a definite Men In Black vibe to it, with a hefty dose of Ghostbusters” and is actually pretty solid. Here’s a snippet:
All in all, it’s got a fun vibe to it, and if it manages to keep the loose, silly humor that’s in the draft and Reynolds and Bridges have as much chemistry as they ought to, then it could well be a comedy classic on the level of the original M.I.B.
Lastly, here’s our best look yet at your Dark Knight Rises‘ Wayne Manor – Wollaton Park in Nottingham, England. Thanks to Bleeding Cool.