Posted on Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Was the Katee Sackhoff and Ms. Marvel connection greatly exaggerated? Does Chris Cooper think Norman Osborn will appear in The Amazing Spider-Man 3? How does Jamie Foxx talk about Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? What does Chris Hemsworth do different with a Thor movie versus an Avengers movie? Want to see a makeup test for X-Men: First Class? Could the lack of female superhero movies be out of Hollywood’s hands? Where can you see a beautiful animated Batman fairytale? Which Firefly star is coming to Arrow? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
In this talk with Access Hollywood, Chris Cooper teased that his Norman Osborn would be returning in The Amazing Spider-Man 3.
I think with all of the Spider-Man villains there is a certain empathy to them. The way we crafted Electro, when he’s Max you definitely feel for him because he’s been sort of shut out and no one really cares about him. And it’s his birthday and even his mom forgot his birthday, so you will feel that. So when he does turn into Electro it’s serious venom, he really wants to hurt everybody, and when he feels like Spider-Man betrays him he really wants to hurt him bad.
We Love Fine revealed the winners of their Deadpool T-Shirt contest.
Speaking to Crave Online, Katee Sackhoff offered an update on the recent Marvel rumors. Read more more at the link.
I absolutely have not spoken to Marvel. It doesn’t mean that my team hasn’t spoken to Marvel. I personally have not spoken to Marvel and have no plans to do a movie in the immediate future.
Speaking to HitFix, Chris Hemsworth talked about how he approaches Thor centric movies versus The Avengers.
Disney defeated Stan Lee‘s billion dollar lawsuit, via Hollywood Reporter.
Collider believes Guardians of the Galaxy could be the best Marvel movie yet.
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