What would The Punisher be like in the style of the 1966 Batman TV series? How are advance sales for Captain America: Civil War looking? What happens when Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. fight over a donut? Ray Liotta passed up a chance to star in Tim Burton’s Batman, but which role? All that and more on this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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What does David Ayer have to say about directing Batman in Suicide Squad? Who is going to die in an upcoming episode of Agents of SHIELD? What does Peyton Reed have to say about what’s in store for Ant-Man and The Wasp? What other gross things did Jared Leto send his Suicide Squad cast members? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
The release of Captain America: Civil War is just one month away, and that means the star-studded red carpet premiere iseven closer. The cast of the comic book sequel is already massive with a whole slew of The Avengers appearing in the movie and squaring off against each other as they disagree over the Sokovia Accords, which dictates that the superhero team needs some kind of oversight. But believe it or not, two more names have just been added to the roster.
Alfre Woodard and Jim Rash are listed among the cast members of Captain America: Civil War expected to be in attendance for the premiere. It’s the casting of Woodard that had Marvel fans curiosity piqued, because the Oscar-nominated actress was previously cast in a key role in the forthcoming Luke Cage series at Netflix. This seemed to indicate that there might be a more clear bridge between the Marvel TV shows and movies, but sadly, that’s not the case. Find out more about Alfre Woodard in Captain America Civil War below, but beware of minor spoilers. Read More »
Will Luke Cage say “sweet Christmas” more in his own Netflix series? How has Batman‘s physique changed over the years? Will Black Panther put some scratches in Captain America‘s shield? Which Arrow supporting cast member just got upgraded to a series regular? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Friday, March 18th, 2016 by Angie Han
It’s now been about 12 hours since Daredevil season 2 hit Netflix, which means it’s unlikely most of you have made it to the end at this point. Those who have, however, have found a shiny little present waiting for them at the end of Matt Murdock’s grueling journey: a teaser trailer for Netflix’s next Marvel series, Luke Cage. The clip does not contain any Daredevil season 2 spoilers whatsoever, so you can proceed like a man without fear even if you’ve yet to begin the new episodes. Read More »
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Did the Captain America: Civil War trailer have a big spoiler concerning a specific character? How much money has Deadpool made now, and how did Ryan Reynolds celebrate the movies one month anniversary? How did Sebastian Stan react after watching Captain America: Civil War for the first time? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Friday, March 11th, 2016 by Angie Han
If you’re like us, you’re already planning to spend next weekend in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen — or rather, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s grim and gritty version of New York’s Hell’s Kitchen — as Daredevil returns for its second season on Netflix. But also if you’re like us, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll finish the whole thing in one go, and that Sunday night will find you blearily demanding to know when you can expect your next Netflix-Marvel fix.
Well, the good news is that we can tell you right now. We’ve long know that Luke Cage, Netflix’s third MCU series, would premiere sometime this year, and now star Mike Colter has officially announced a premiere date. Read More »
Will Iron Fist first appear in Netflix’s Luke Cage series? What are the odds that we’re going to get a third season of Agent Carter? Would you be sad if you knew Harley Quinn‘s jester outfit was tested for Suicide Squad but not used? Does Sylvester Stallone have a role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
In case you haven’t heard, /Film was on the set of Captain America: Civil War, witnessing the beginning of the fight between superheroes. We ran the gamut of interviews with stars like Chris Evans, directors Anthony & Joe Russo and more. And in our interview with Marvel producer Nate Moore, the question arose of whether or not we might see Marvel’s TV heroes like Daredevil or Jessica Jones end up on the big screen.
Even though we’ve heard that there’s not much communication or collaboration between Marvel’s film and television divisions, especially with regards to Agents of SHIELD and Inhumans plans, Moore was not opposed to the idea at all. But making something like that happen could prove to be complicated. Find out what he had to say after the jump. Read More »