Superhero Bits: Daredevil, Iron Man 3, Guardians of the Galaxy, Man of Steel, X-Men Days of Future Past
Posted on Monday, April 8th, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Where can you seen a insane display of Iron Man 3 props and prop replicas? What did the visual effects supervisor on Man of Steel say about the film? How did David Slade want to adapt Daredevil? What year could Guardians of the Galaxy take place in? Is it possible to get 700 free Marvel comics? Are Iron Man 3 tickets now on sale? Has Hugh Jackman read X-Men: Days of Future Past? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Hysan Place in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong has an exhibit of Iron Man 3 armors, as well as their Hot Toys counterparts. See more images at Facebook.
I can’t talk too much about Man of Steel yet, and I haven’t seen the whole thing yet, but overall it’s the story that’s most exciting. It’s a nice re-envisioning of the story of Superman leaving his homeworld and coming to this new one. If you look at what Zack [Snyder] has done you’ll see that they’ve abandoned a lot of the pretense that was in the comics and asked “Can we still make this work?….They’re sticking to realism as much as possible. Fantastic elements are still there but a lot of it that been trimmed back to make it feel as though this actually happened.
Marvel is releasing 700 #1 issues, for free, on ComiXology. Read more here.
Day 43. William Spencer – the stunt elf. Scheming, mischief and general shenanigans. pic.twitter.com/CQFvlyeFxI
— Marc Webb (@MarcW) April 6, 2013
Marc Webb posted this image of Amazing Spider-Man 2 stunt man William Spencer.
Entertainment Weekly spoke to Hugh Jackman about his upcoming role in X-Men: Days of Future Past:
[The script] is really really fantastic. I owe, in a way, everything to Bryan. The first film I did in America was X-Men. Wolverine is a character I’ve loved playing and I can’t believe it’s going to be my seventh time playing it. It just blows me away. It not only feels like the right kind of project, it actually is so exciting that we’ll all be back together again. I don’t want to give away too much but I’m really excited not only to reunite with all those great actors but also to work with some of the other ones.
Movies.com posted this video of the cast of Batman & Robin trashing the movie.
Film School Rejects talked to David Slade about what his Daredevil could be, if it gets made.
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