Did you know Ryan Reynolds wrote almost all of his own dialogue for X-Men: Origins Wolverine? Also, what rating did Ryan Reynolds give Green Lantern recently? Who might die in Thor: Ragnarok? Deadpool has been banned overseas again, but where? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Did a Captain America: Civil War LEGO set just confirm an appearance by Giant Man? What’s on Deadpool‘s Christmas list? What’s Tom Holland doing on the set of Doctor Strange? What did Lex Luthor have to say in his interview with Wired? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Friday, October 30th, 2015 by Angie Han
If Wade Wilson breaks the fourth wall in his upcoming movie, he’ll be breaking some of the biggest fourth walls in the world. 20th Century Fox has just struck a deal to bring several of its upcoming tentpoles to IMAX screens, including Deadpool and Independence Day: Resurgence. Hit the jump for more on the Deadpool IMAX release. Read More »
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I attended a Q&A with Marvel head Kevin Feige last night which you can read about elsewhere on the site (Infinity Stones/Infinity War and the future of the Marvel Universe). One quote in particular no one seems to be focusing on is something Feige said when answering my question about how they can insert a character like Spider-Man into the long-term arc leading to Infinity War, which has clearly already been plotted far in advance.
His answer contained a little nugget of information: Marvel has contingency story plans in the far-off case the company is able to get back the movie character rights for some of the properties they don’t currently control. As you know, this currently stands at the X-Men and Fantastic Four universes, which includes Wolverine, Silver Surfer, Deadpool, Cable and others. Find out exactly what Feige said about the Marvel contingency plans, after the jump.
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