Superhero Bits: Guardians of the Galaxy, Deadpool, Batman v Superman, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Fantastic Four
Posted on Friday, June 27th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
Where can you get that lovable Rocket Raccoon doll? Is the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to Comic-Con? How does the president of Fox feel about Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four? Is Jesse Eisenberg in Michigan to film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? What spoilery event is going on on Zack Snyder‘s set? Want to read some of the new Star Lord comic and Groot novelization? Can you play Deadpool pinball? Was Jon Favreau surprised Edgar Wright left Ant-Man? Read about all this and more in this edition of…SUPERHERO BITS!
Here’s a new Guardians of the Galaxy featurette via Marvel.
Fox President Emma Watts talked to the Hollywood Reporter about Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four:
We’re making a big bet for 2015 with The Fantastic Four and director Josh Trank. To me, the key is the originality of the filmmakers and the choices they make. Josh is another really interesting example, who is using the vision he gave us in Chronicle to reinvent a franchise he’s loved his whole life. It’s not that you can’t make original ideas — you can, and we did it with Chronicle. The director is the key to not letting superhero movies go stale.
— Ford Motor Company (@Ford) June 26, 2014
Looks like Jesse Eisenberg is in Michigan for Batman v Superman as he posed with an executive from Ford. So is his co-star Tao Okamoto via CBM.
That Ronan pic we ran yesterday was uploaded for real by Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn.
The cast of Gotham talks about the show on the new DC Entertainment YouTube channel.
Mark Ruffalo spoke to Collider and talked about Hulk but also confirmed he and the rest of the Avengers would be at Comic-Con for Age of Ultron.
Marvel has the first 21 pages of a new book called Rocket Raccoon & Groot: Steal the Galaxy! available to read for fee.
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