How many times do the characters of Daredevil say “this city” on the show? What other character do the Russo Brothers wish they could bring into the Marvel cinematic universe, and who do they pick for their own fantasy superhero teams? How much has Captain America: Civil War pulled in overseas. All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
What do the executive producers of Arrow say about this week’s major death revelation? What does Jason Momoa think of the negative reviews of Batman v Superman? How much ass are the women of Civil War kicking in new featurette? Which characters do you think share a kiss in Civil War? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.
What new superpower does Superman have in one of the latest issues of his comic book series? What do Marvel and Coca-Cola have in store for Super Bowl 50? What lines were too dirty for the final cut of Deadpool? Who is voicing The Hulk in the Avengers Academy mobile game? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Popular and talented artist Ken Taylor will have his first solo show at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas this week. After our exclusive debut from the show, a ton of new posters have now been revealed. Posters for Frankenstein, Predator, Fight Club, Das Boot and Catwoman join Children of Men and Little Shop of Horrors to comprise a good portion of what fans and collectors will get to see come Friday May 30. Check out images from the Ken Taylor Mondo show below. Read More »
What are some of the funniest takes on Bane‘s voice in The Dark Knight Rises? Has someone finally made a parody video on the subject? Want to find out when the animated Blade TV series is set to premiere? What’s the deal with Marvel‘s new Massive Multi-player Online game? Is there a clue that Pepper Potts might appear in The Avengers? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
This is the first edition in a new regular series where I attempt to answer your questions about the film industry. We’ll be taking a look at the box office, forgotten Hollywood landmarks, the marketing process and more. Sometimes I’ll attempt to answer the question myself, and other times I will contact experts in the particular field to give a more detailed answer. Please feel free to send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. I decided to start off this series with an easier question, and use it as a jumping-off point to delve into the more complex world of screen credits.
One of my favorite parts of Hollywood Boulevard was the ridiculous costumed superheroes that posed for photos near the Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Jimmy Kimmel regularly featured these performers on his show, and a documentary was even made about the characters called Confessions of a Superhero (watch it on Hulu for free).
Well it appears there will soon be no more costumed characters on the Walk of Fame, as Los Angeles police have launched an effort to clear the area of unlicensed Hollywood character impersonators, making a dozen arrests this week. In recent years some tourists and shop-owners have complained that the costumed characters had become more aggressive and pestered some of the tourists for money/tips. Arrests made over the past couple days include Spiderman, Catwoman, Batman, Scooby Doo, a Johnny Depp lookalike Jack Sparrow, Elvis, another Catwoman, and a few others
. After the jump, you can watch a video report from NBC LA which caught The Dark Knight being arrested on camera. Read More »
Marvel seems to be getting all the attention as of late, but what about the DC Comics film adaptations? Where’s the love?! With the recent buzz ramping up for the now-in-production big screen adaptation of Green Lantern, I thought this video might be in order. Videoprototype has created a eight and a half minute video tribute to the movies which have been produced from DC Comics/Vertigo Comics, which includes everything from V for Vendetta to Catwoman, Watchmen to Constantine and Superman Returns to The Dark Knight.
Okay, so the headline of this post is a bit gimmicky. No, Peter Berg is not going to direct a Catwoman film with Christina Aguilera as the star. But the Hancock director did film Aguilera’s latest music video “Keeps Gettin’ Better”, where the singer appears in the Catwoman cowl as she travels though time.. Yes, the same Peter Berg that directed Friday Night Lights and The Rundown. Unfortunately the resulting video is not very good. Check it out below.