Is Armie Hammer hinting at potentially playing Green Lantern in the DCEU? What would David Harbour look like as Cable? How much did Logan make in its opening weekend? Should Spider-Man get his own LEGO movie? Why did Hugh Jackman almost quit playing Wolverine after X-Men Origins? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Which new ladies from the DC Comics universe have been confirmed for Injustice 2? What’s the title of the season finale of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow? When might Captain Marvel start production? Which Riverdale star wants to play Nightwing? Who has been added to the cast of Cloak and Dagger? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Todd McFarlane has been talking about rebooting Spawn for the big screen since as far back as 2009. At one time he was touting the attachment of an Oscar-winning actor who kept bugging him about the script, and eventually it was determined that actor was probably Jamie Foxx. At the time, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star himself said that he was “aggressively pursuing” the lead role in the comic book adaptation, but three more years have gone by and nothing has happened. Now Todd McFarlane is again talking about the kind of Spawn movie he wants to make, and he has some concept art this time. Find out more after the jump. Read More »
Why is J.K. Simmons so ripped while working on Justice League? Want to find out about all the extra easter eggs in Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition? What’s the reason behind that Captain America: Steve Rogers Hydra twist? Why did Margot Robbie eat a whole cake before shooting a key Suicide Squad scene? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
How many TV shows does Marvel Studios have in development right now? How little did Sally Field care about her role in The Amazing Spider-Man? How’s the script for the big screen reboot of Spawn coming along? What’s the deal with Marvel Battlegrounds on Disney Infinity 3.0? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Friday, October 24th, 2014 by Angie Han
Spawn fans rejoice. While the hoped-for movie reboot still seems to be a ways off, Todd McFarlane has revealed an exciting sneak peek at the other upcoming Spawn adaptation, a new animated series.
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Want to read a bit of The Flash script? What color hair will Quicksilver have in X-Men: Days of Future Past? How does Lee Pace describe Ronan in Guardians of the Galaxy? Which two movies does Todd McFarlane compare his Spawn reboot too? If Owen Wilson played Loki, what would it sound like? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Usually when an actor says he’s interested in a role, it’s little more than talk. As a rule, few actors are ever going to turn town a role via an interview, and even when they specify something they want to play, that doesn’t mean it is anywhere close to happening.
But when an actor who is also a producer says he’s “aggressively pursuing” a role, that’s different. That’s how Jamie Foxx talked about the comic book character Spawn in an interview at Comic Con. The character is a soldier murdered and condemned to hell, who is able to return to Earth as a “hellspawn,” a role against which he ultimately rebels. The character anchored a 1997 film starring Michael Jai White — the first major film featuring a black superhero as the lead — but creator Todd McFarlane wants to reboot Spawn in a new movie form.
Put Foxx’s comment together with a past tease from McFarlane about having an Oscar-winning actor attached to the role for a reboot, and a picture starts to form.
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Posted on Monday, February 25th, 2013 by Angie Han
Remakes of decades-old films are a common sight at the multiplex these days, but even by those standards Identity Films and Flat Penny Films are reaching pretty far back. The two companies have just acquired the rights to Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse‘s Pulitzer Prize-winning play State of the Union, which was adapted into a movie by Frank Capra in 1948.
That picture starred Spencer Tracy as a presidential candidate backed by a newspaper magnate, played by Angela Lansbury. Katharine Hepburn portrayed Tracy’s estranged wife. While State of the Union isn’t really considered a career highlight for any of them, they still leave some big shoes for the new cast to fill. [Variety]
After the jump, things take a turn for the spooky with new Carrie and Evil Dead images.
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How are Plastic Man, Batgirl, Wonder Woman and Supergirl going to make it onto Cartoon Network? Which comic books worth upwards of $2m did a Virginia man find in his closet? Is Todd McFarlane still working on a new Spawn movie? Want to see some unused posters from Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance? And is the above image an actual still from Tim Burton‘s Batman or something tangible? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »