Superhero Bits: Guardians of the Galaxy, Dark Knight Rises, Thor: The Dark World, X-Men, Thanos, Amazing Spider-Man 2
Posted on Thursday, October 31st, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Have toy names spoiled some cameos in Guardians of the Galaxy? Is J. Jonah Jameson mad at The Amazing Spider-Man 2? How is Thor: The Dark World doing in its international debut? Will Alan Taylor be back for a third Thor film? Did Christopher Nolan want to make The Dark Knight Rises? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
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— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) October 31, 2013
Happy Halloween from James Gunn and Rocket Raccoon.
Collider ran a very interested list of toys for Guardians of the Galaxy that might have a few major spoilers.
We Love Fine created this awesome X-Men infographic which is available on t-shirts, posters and more.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 viral site ran an editorial by J. Jonah Jameson regarding the Web-Slinger.
Everyone’s favorite junketeer Daniele Rizzo talked to Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth about Thor: The Dark World.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Kevin Feige talked a bit more about Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron:
There is an element of free will that our heroes have, that all humans have, whether it’s Thor or Steve Rogers — and certainly Tony Stark is the poster boy for free will. That’s what Ultron resents.
VH1 (via Superhero Hype) posted this clip, which includes a Zachary Levi-centric Thor: The Dark World scene.
Marvel announced the winners of their Thor: The Dark World science contest.
— Total Film (@totalfilm) October 31, 2013
Superheroes reimagined as horror characters via Total Film.
Thor: The Dark World opened in a few European territories and is doing quite well, via Deadline.
Entertainment Weekly ran a new (non-embeddable) featurette on the villains of Thor: The Dark World.
Speaking to ScreenRant, Alan Taylor said he wouldn’t want to come back for a third Thor film.
Stan Lee is a character in Plotagon, a software he created that makes short films from screenplays. Read more at Variety.
Kevin Feige said using Thanos is a luxury in an interview with The Huffington Post.
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