Who is directing the animated Batman and Harley Quinn movie and how did it come to be made? Would Batman & Robin villain Arnold Schwarzenegger be up for playing a Batman villain again? Who are the coolest super animals from comic books? What does Pierce Brosnan have to say about rumors of him playing Cable in Deadpool 2? Which comic books did Chris Pine read to prepare for Wonder Woman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Why did Mads Mikkelsen walk out of his Fantastic Four audition? Why did Tyler Mane come back as Sabretooth in any other X-Men movies? How big will J.K. Simmons‘ role as Commissioner Gordon be in Justice League? Is Henry Cavill hinting that someone has already been cast as a Green Lantern? Want to be an extra in Fox’s new X-Men show? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Who’s the latest character confirmed for the fighting roster in Injustice 2? Which Game of Thrones star has been cast as Ra’s Al Ghul in Gotham? What do Avengers: Infinity War extras casting call details tell us about the movie? Which Stranger Things star would like to play Spider-Man at some point? What does Toby Kebbell think about how Doctor Doom was handled in Fantastic Four? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Monday, February 27th, 2017 by Jacob Hall
In this edition of Sequel Bits:
- Naomie Harris feels pretty confident about Daniel Craig returning as James Bond.
- Will Ferrell says Step Brothers 2 will never happen.
- Joe Carnahan will make The Raid before Bad Boys For Life.
- Could Avatar 2 actually start shooting this year?
- Angelina Jolie is apparently considering Maleficent 2.
- John Boyega looks pretty cool in a new Pacific Rim: Uprising image.
- Is Fantastic Four 2 ever going to happen?
- Bruce Dallas Howard shares a photo from the set of Jurassic World 2.
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Would you like to see White Tiger get a Netflix series? How many things does Cinema Sins find “wrong” with Suicide Squad? Does The CW want to give Tyler Hoechlin his own Superman spin-off series? Could 20th Century Fox pull off a Days of Future Present adaptation with X-Men, New Mutants, X-Force and Fantastic Four? Will Agents of SHIELD get a fifth season? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Both Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo had some of their new artwork unleashed at NYCC, and they both sold out extremely fast after going on sale to the rest of the public earlier this week. But this coming weekend, fans of both artists will have another chance to get their hands on new pop culture art.
Spoke Art has a new exhibition called Super Science Fair – A Pop Culture Experiment by Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo. Taking inspiration from vintage science fairs and science fiction, the new artwork is a little different than the usual pop culture art fare we’re used to seeing. You can check out some of the images from the Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo Super Science Fair, including an exclusive Dave Perillo piece paying tribute to Captain America.
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At one time, it was thought to be nearly impossible for Marvel Studios to get Spider-Man back into their hands from Sony Pictures in order to bring him into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But earlier this summer, the webslinger made his debut in the MCU with an appearance in Captain America: Civil War, and now Tom Holland is reprising the role in a new franchise for Spidey. This unprecedented deal between Marvel and Sony was exciting not just because it was Spider-Man’s homecoming, but also because it made fans believe that bringing in other Marvel characters like X-Men and Fantastic Four wasn’t impossible either.
However, Kevin Feige has crushed the dreams of that happening anytime soon in a recent interview. Read More »
Need to learn about Justice League Dark now that a movie is looking more likely? How was Baron Zemo originally supposed to be introduced in Captain America: Civil War? Could Superman‘s simple Clark Kent disguise actually work in the real world? Which one character portrayal in a Marvel movie was Stan Lee disappointed in? How should Captain America: Civil War have ended? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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One of the biggest blockbuster disasters of 2015 was undoubtedly Fantastic Four. The Marvel comic adaptation from 20th Century Fox pulled in nearly $168 million on a budget of $120 million, and it was absolutely slaughtered by critics and fans alike. Despite Josh Trank‘s best efforts, it appears some tampering from the studio to change the original vision for the movie resulted in a huge mess of a movie. But despite that, producer and writer Simon Kinberg still believes a sequel is possible, and at least two of the film’s co-stars are game to return to their roles.
Miles Teller and Kate Mara, who play the would-be couple Reed Richards and Sue Storm, have both expressed that they’d be happy to come back for Fantastic Four 2. But the question is whether or not anyone actually wants to see what happen. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, August 16th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
In 1994, legendary B-movie maestro Roger Corman produced a low-budget film adaptation of Marvel’s Fantastic Four comic book. It was never officially released in theaters or on home video. The story of this production and its sad, strange aftermath is the subject of a new documentary called Doomed, which has just received an official release date for later this year.
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