Who would win in a fight between Blade and Ghost Rider? What does International Iron Man reveal about Tony Stark‘s parentage? Want to see how different Yondu could have looked in the first Guardians of the Galaxy? Will Black Panther‘s ring have powers in the Marvel cinematic universe? What did the Suicide Squad soundtrack accomplish that no other soundtrack did this year? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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While the art of improvisation is most commonly associated with comedy, it’s a creative process that is used on movies of every kind. Sometimes improvisation happens during a table read and inspires something to be written into the script, other times it happens on set while the cameras are rolling. No matter how it happens, it has resulted in some classic moments in cinema.
Now a video attempts to pinpoint the Top 10 Improvised Scenes In Movie History. That’s a pretty tall order, and I can almost guarantee that once you watch the video after the jump, some of you are going to be upset, or will at least have some different opinions on how this list was put together. Read More »
Which character from The Flash will be coming back in Kevin Smith‘s episode from the third season? What did Wolverine 3 director James Mangold have to say about reports of Mr. Sinister in the movie? How will Agents of SHIELD be affected by Doctor Strange this fall? Which major character died recently in Batman Rebirth? Is Superman being used to much to promote the second season of Supergirl? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Plenty editions of Superhero Bits recently have featured some concept art from Captain America: Civil War. Some of it showcases scenes that ended up in the movie while other pieces have revealed some alternate costume designs for some of The Avengers. Now a new batch of Captain America Civil War concept art has emerged online with both kinds of images.
Along with images of Captain America and Iron Man going at it, you’ll also find different designs for Black Panther, Scarlet Witch and Vision, who gets some stylish wardrobe options to wear around The Avengers headquarters. Check out the gallery of new images after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
Someday, someone is going to write a tell-all book exploring the history of Marvel Studios, and it will almost certainly be a compelling read. The company’s rise has been nothing short of astonishing, but the stories emerging from behind-the-scenes have often been bizarre and inexplicable, the result of battles over creative control between several different captains trying to steer the ship in different directions. Specifically, we’re talking about the clashing between Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.
A little over a year ago, Feige won this particular war, essentially cutting Perlmutter out of the decision-making process at Marvel Studios. However, the fragments of their years of strife are still apparent and still being talked about. Case in point: Rebecca Hall still isn’t euphoric with what went down on Iron Man 3.
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The latest episode of Tony Zhou‘s fantastic video essay series Every Frame a Painting takes a look at one of Marvel Studios’ biggest problems. While Marvel gets a lot of things right that others don’t, one aspect consistently criticised of their films is the lack of iconic theme music. But why hasn’t Marvel been able to produce a movie with a theme song that you can remember? Watch the video now after the jump.
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What if DC’s Legends of Tomorrow had the opening credits of Power Rangers: Time Force? Is Anne Hathaway up for a Catwoman spin-off? How did Agent Carter set the stage for the conflict between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark in Captain America: Civil War? How did Supergirl get permission to use Superman on the show? What does Amy Adams have to say about the Batman v Superman fallout? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »