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How does Gal Gadot describe the first time she put on the Wonder Woman outfit? Which Marvel characters does Dave Bautista want to have the Guardians of the Galaxy meet in the Marvel cinematic universe? When is Captain America: Civil War coming to Netflix? Who does Kevin Smith think should direct The Flash? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Monday, November 21st, 2016 by Angie Han
It sometimes feels like every working actor in existence has been in a superhero movie already, but technically that’s not true. There are plenty of actors who’ve only thought about being in superhero movies. Like Lin-Manuel Miranda, the certified genius behind Hamilton. While he hasn’t signed on for any Marvel or DC projects just yet, he’s apparently given some thought to which character he’d like to play, if given the chance. And surprisingly, it’s a villainous one: the Spider-Man baddie Carnage. Read More »
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Despite how long Marvel Studios tapdanced around the prospect of Spider-Man appearing in Captain America: Civil War, we were certain the webslinger was going to show up in the movie. However, one thing we didn’t know about until around the time the movie hit theaters was that the post-credits scene for the movie featured a tease for Spider-Man: Homecoming. And that scene almost featured a more overt tease for what’s to come in the Spidey franchise reboot.
Some concept art from the visual effects company Perception, who created the digital readout projected by Peter Parker’s (Tom Holland) webshooters that Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) gave him, reveals that there was almost a secret message that the genius, billionaire, playboy philanthropist left for the webslinger. Find out about Tony Stark’s secret message to Spider-Man after the jump. Read More »
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Rumors have pegged the actress/singer Zendaya as playing Peter Parker’s usual love interest Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and the name Michelle that she’s been given on call sheets and by director Jon Watts has been deemed to be nothing but misdirection. However, for those who don’t buy the overt cover-up, Zendaya has just thrown out more details about her character that certainly don’t make her sound like the Mary Jane Watson we know. And to go along with these new details, a rumor has surfaced pegging who might actually be Peter Parker’s love interest in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Honestly, when word came that Zendaya could be playing Mary Jane Watson, I was a little disappointed. No, I wasn’t upset because a traditionally white character may be played by a black actress, because that’s ridiculous. But I was disappointed to hear that Mary Jane was going to end up becoming the Spider-Man Homecoming love interest again so soon. However, if Zendaya’s statements from yesterday are to be believed, that might not be the case.
Find out more below, but beware of potential spoilers. Read More »
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