Posted on Friday, August 15th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
How should the Batman v Superman Comic Con teaser have ended? What is Michael B. Jordan saying now about Fantastic Four? Is Jason Momoa fed up with being asked about Aquaman? What extras are on the 25th anniversary Blu-ray of Batman? Did Olga Kurylenko read for the part of Wonder Woman? Want to see a Sin City: A Dame to Kill For commercial that was rejected from TV? How about an awesome art print from the sequel? Has Katee Sackhoff talked to anyone at Marvel about playing a role? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
That’s not an official one sheet. It’s a Odd City Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Poster by Paul Shipper. It’s for a special screening in Austin which you can read about here and leftovers will go on sale at Odd City Entertainment next week.
How is Guardians of the Galaxy going to do at the box office?
— Chris Miller (@chrizmillr) August 14, 2014
Lego Movie co-director Chris Miller recreated the Batman v Superman photo in Lego.
Variety somehow thinks Guardians of the Galaxy increases Marvel’s chances at releasing a bomb.
The How it Should Have Ended team take on the Batman v Superman San Diego Comic-Con teaser trailer.
Warner Bros. has won a lawsuit about the Catwoman device in The Dark Knight Rises.
Cinema Sins tackles the first Sin City.
Yeah man it’s been a lot of fun. Johnny Storm is such an iconic character. There’s a lot of personality traits and things to him that people are really going to look forward to seeing. Got a lot of original Johnny stuff in there and then you have – not a NEW take but a fresh take. We have a different take on different things as well. I could go on and on about it but I think it’s something that people will enjoy.
Cool featurette on DC about Bear McCreary composing Constantine.
When Ant-Man kicks off production next week, he does so in San Francisco.
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