Superhero Bits: Batman vs. Superman, Ben Affleck, Amazing Spider-Man 2, Ant-Man, Thor: The Dark World, The Wolverine
Posted on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 by Germain Lussier
What happens when Dane DeHaan is confronted with the poster from The Amazing Spider-Man 2? How is Ben Affleck‘s Batman different from Christian Bale‘s in Batman vs. Superman? Will Harry Lennix be back for Batman vs. Superman? Is Zack Snyder already working on iconic imagery for that film? How will Ant-Man be different from other shrinking movies? Want to see some gorgeous Thor: The Dark World concept art? Does Casey Affleck understand all the Bat-sanity? And just how informed is Lou Ferrigno when it comes to upcoming Hulk movies? Read about all this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Dane DeHaan will let the Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer answers about him being Green Goblin. Thanks to MTV.
Speaking to Playboy (via Latino Review) Ben Affleck discussed how his take on Batman will be different from Christian Bale, and much more:
I don’t want to give away too much, but the idea for the new Batman is to redefine him in a way that doesn’t compete with the Bale and Chris NolanBatman but still exists within the Batman canon. It will be an older and wiser version, particularly as he relates to Henry Cavill’s Superman character.
— Daniel Alter (@DAlter007) December 3, 2013
This Warner Bros. producer is either dropping huge news, or trolling fanboys. He also mentioned Doomsday.
Bleeding Cool spoke to VFX Supervisor John “DJ” Desjardin about working on Batman vs. Superman:
I was working on Batman-Superman right before this interview, a lengthy discussion with Zack looking at a bunch of drawings he’d made on his whiteboard that charted some iconic representations of… well, of things we’re going to have to try and do….What I want to get out of this movie is helping Zack tell a satisfying version of these characters, a version that nobody has seen on screen yet, but when audiences watch it they’re going to say “That’s what we always wanted to see but we hadn’t seen it yet.” Touch wood, because we have a long way to go, but the course is charted and we’re set to bring those ideas onto the screen, that something we haven’t seen before.
Conan O’Brien isn’t impressed by the Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer. Thanks to CBM.
Harry Lennix tells Collider he’s confident we’ll see him in Batman vs. Superman.
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