Where can you download a full look at the For Your Consideration ads for The Dark Knight Rises? Has the Man of Steel trailer been sweded? What do Superman and Batman think of it? Want to see some Iron Man 3 toys? Did James Gunn delete a tweet regarding casting of Guardians of the Galaxy? Want to read, and hear, Joss Whedon talking S.H.I.E.L.D, Avengers 2 and The Avengers? Was Tom Hiddleston going to direct Thor: The Dark World? Did Michael Caine invent an Alfred backstory for The Dark Knight Trilogy? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Around this time every year, for as far back as I can remember, I pick and write about the ten movies I’m most looking forward in the coming year. Here on /Film I did it for the movies of 2011 as well as the movies of 2012 and, in the coming days, I’ll do it for 2013.
Before that, though, we thought it would be fun to look back at the films I chose as my ten anticipated for this year and see how well I did. Did any of these films make my top ten of the year? Did they at least meet expectations? Check out some of my embarrassing, and not so embarrassing, picks after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, December 20th, 2012 by Angie Han
2012 didn’t want for long-awaited blockbuster releases, what with The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, Skyfall, The Hunger Games, and The Hobbit all opening this year. But the one YouTube visitors spent most time poring over, it turns out, wasn’t a movie at all.
The website has released its list of the 10 most popular trailers of the year, with a spot for the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 in first place. And second. And eighth and tenth. Among films, The Dark Knight Rises comes out on top, though Skyfall makes a strong showing as well. Meanwhile, NBC’s Revolution was the only TV show to make the cut. Read the complete list and watch all ten trailers after the jump.
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Does Tom Hiddleston think he’s coming back for The Avengers 2? Did The Blob look different in X-Men Origins: Wolverine? What was Batman’s happiest day ever? Where can you see a bunch of awesome pop culture including Superman, Sebastain Shaw and Zod? Is Warner Bros. still pushing The Dark Knight Rises as an Oscar contender? When can you get toys based on Adam West’s Batman? Want to see what a professional editor can do with the three Christopher Nolan Batman movies? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Which superhero did Quentin Tarantino once talk about bringing to the big screen? Did Shane Black influence scenes in the first Iron Man? Was using a certain character name at the end of Dark Knight Rises really just a gag? Want to see a new photo from Red 2? Does Samuel L. Jackson think the world needs a Nick Fury movie? What plot point from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 does a casting call reveal? How has the Bat symbol changed over the years? Want to watch a ten minute tribute to Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Trilogy? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Want to see some more awesome concept art from X-Men First Class? How about read some detailed breakdowns of the Man of Steel trailer? Did Jamie Foxx surprise his daughter by being cast in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Was Zachary Levi scared to step into the world of Thor: The Dark World? Is the Dark Knight Rises doing well on the home video market? What does the film look like in Lego? Would it cost a lot of money to be Batman? And why is Wolverine showing down with a horror icon? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
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Movies, in general, have happy endings. The hero triumphs over adversity and the audience leaves the theater feeling good. But what if the bad guy won? What if the bomb went off? While the happy ending dominates cinema, some of the best movies of all time have taken the ‘dark ending’ route, and now some that did not have been reimagined with new conclusions.
Alternate Endings is a brand new art show presented by the Silver Screen Society and opening December 14 at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Each artist in the show picked one of their favorite movies and created a piece of art showing an “alternate ending.” So, for example, Godmachine surmised that Tetsuo won in Akira. Mark Englert reimagined James Bond’s childhood in Skyfall. Others changed the endings of Home Alone, RoboCop, The Dark Knight Rises and more.
After the jump, check out a few images from the show and get all the pertinent info. Read More »
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Want to see a new image from Man of Steel and find out how long the second trailer is? Is there a possibility X-Men: Days of Future Past could be in HFR? Did footage from Thor: The Dark World screen somewhere? Did Nightwing get his own YouTube series? Which real life figure inspired Bruce Wayne in The Dark Knight Rises? Want to read more in-depth interviews with Christopher Nolan? Which superhero score was nominated for a Grammy? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »