Page 2

Yes, Page 2 has returned. For a while the excess bits were not enough to build a regular Page 2 column, but I’ve recently been noticing items piling up that I wished that we had gotten to post on the site, but just didn’t have time. I’m not sure how regular this column will be published (and we’ll most likely take a break during the Sundance Film Festival). That said, enjoy the return of Page 2!

What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 17 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness.

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While we don’t regularly cover professional sports here on /Film, we do regularly cover Iron Man, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger. So when three of the biggest stars in the NBA are portrayed as these three Marvel mainstays, we have to give you a heads up. The November 1st, NBA Preview issue of ESPN The Magazine hits newsstands Friday and features Kobe Bryant, Lebron James and Kevin Durant as Iron Man, Captain America and Thor respectively. According to Mark Millar and Joe Quesada, the project was the brainchild of Marvel Executive Editor Axel Alonso and was brought to fruition by Rich Ginter and George Beliard. We’ve got a nice, big version of the file for download after the jump. Read More »

Iron Man Anime Opening Title Sequence

Iron Man Anime Opening Title Sequence

Two years ago we reported that Marvel had tapped the famous animation studio Madhouse to create four anime series for release in 2010, the first two of which would be based on Wolverine and Iron Man. The anime projects are being written by renowned writer Warren Ellis (who most recently wrote the highly acclaimed G.I. Joe: Resolute web shorts). The one-minute opening title sequence for the Iron Man anime series has now appeared on YouTube, and you can watch it now embedded after the jump.

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Cool Stuff: Iron Man 2 Comic Chest T-shirt

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Excuse me if I state the obvious: While this daily column is titled “Cool Stuff”, the stuff we feature doesn’t really fit the traditional or mainstream definition of “cool”. We feature items that might be of specific interest to tv and movie geeks, some of which could be enough to get you ridiculed by the actual “cool” people. But we’re film geeks, who really cares? Today’s item is one of those things I’d never personally buy as wearing this shirt in public outside of Comic-Con is likely to result in a lot of strange looks. But I thought it was geekarific enough to feature on the site.

The Iron Man 2 Comic Chest t-shirt is being sold exclusively on Play.com for $15 Euros or around $18.

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The Avengers

Over the last week, concept art has leaked for Marvel’s Thor and Captain America giving fans a better understanding of what the future superheroes will look like. Yesterday we published an image which was quickly put together by a /Film reader, combining the heroes that will make up the upcoming superhero team-up film The Avengers. And now /Film reader Christopher M has sent me an even better fan made poster for The Avengers created by Alil Zeker. Check it out right now, after the jump.

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Fan Created: Early Look At The Avengers

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With concept art of Thor and Captain America‘s costume having been leaked online this week, /Film reader Randolph decided to put together an updated early preview of what The Avengers might look like. Check it out, after the jump.

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We’ve featured many of the “Hi, I’m a Marvel… and I’m a DC” videos in past editions of Video of the Day. Sadly, the “I’m a Mac, and I’m a PC” television advertisements have officially come to an end, but thankfully that won’t stop ItsJustSomeRandomGuy’s comic book movie television commercial parodies. In the 100th episode, we have a musical spectacular.

When Batman and Iron Man get together to discuss sequels, Iron Man reveals a unique way to respond to his critics and explain the bigger picture for his company’s (as well as other company’s) film slate.

If you haven’t seen it yet, watch the video now embedded after the jump.
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VOTD: Iron Baby

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We’ve featured a bunch of Patrick Bolvin‘s videos in past editions of Video of the Day, including a Batman vs. Hellboy movie trailer mash-up, Iron Man vs. Bruce Lee, Bumblebee’s stop-motion animated dance and Boba Fett’s stop-motion Mandalorian Dance. The French Canadian autodidact director’s newest video has gone viral, including a mention on Twitter from Iron Man director Jon Favreau who tweeted “You need to see this if you like Iron Man or babies.” Watch the video now, after the jump.
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