Superhero Bits: Wonder Woman, Man Of Steel, R.I.P.D., Thor, Dark Knight Rises

Would Christina Hendricks play Wonder Woman? Want to see the trailer for the next season of Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes? Does Joseph Gordon-Levitt think you should look at Dark Knight Rises spoilers? What do Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges look like in R.I.P.D.? Does Clark Kent look any different in Man of Steel? What kind of car does Bane drive in The Dark Knight Rises? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Entertainment Tonight presents this clip of Chris Hemsworth learning to swing Mjolnir in this feature from the Thor Blu-ray, in stores now.

The Hollywood Reporter says Captain America: The First Avenger has now officially made more money internationally than it has in the country of the title. I'd be upset if America's population wasn't dwarfed by the ENTIRE rest of the world.

This column concentrates mostly on fake superheros but it's nice to highlight some real ones every once in a while. Badass Digest points us to this insane video of real heroes literally lifting up a car to save a man.

Christina Hendricks was talking to Vulture and they brought up the fact that both Joss Whedon and Nicolas Winding Refn have publicly mentioned they'd love her to play Wonder Woman, if a movie ever gets made. Here's Hendricks' first quote saying she'd love to do it but the interview continues with her discussing what she'd bring to the character and more:

Sure! I grew up on the TV show, and I had Wonder Woman Underoos, and my brother had a Wonder Woman doll — sorry, Aaron, you're exposed. [Giggles.] And Nicolas said, when we were on set, "I want you to be Wonder Woman." And I think he is such an extraordinary and exceptional director, that if he asked me to do it, I would do it in a heartbeat.

Geek Tyrant has pulled together a great article about superheroes in World War II in the comic books, cartoons, in Photoshop and much more. Fun stuff.

Film School Rejects created a X-Men First Class drinking game, perfect for enjoying your new Blu-ray.

The Thor Blu-ray also has this season 2 teaser for Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Thanks to Comic Book Movie.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt gave USA Today a compelling argument about why you shouldn't look at Dark Knight Rises spoilers, or ask any questions, until Christopher Nolan wants you to:

I can tell you that one of the things I admire most about Mr. Nolan is that he understands that the story begins before the movie does. He's already telling the story that he's got cooked up. He's a master storyteller. Every little bit of information he lets out, he does it at the proper time. Far be it for me to preempt the rhythm of his. I love that people are excited about it. I guarantee, as an audience member, one will have the best experience if one just trusts him.

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Topless Robot has put together a fun list of 25 Marvel Comic Book Toys that aren't action figures such as this Spider-Man vs. Hulk race track.

Tom Hiddleston did an interview with MTV about his favorite scenes in Thor and while we won't reveal his first favorite, here's his second, one that's on the special features cause it got cut:

There is a scene between Chris [Hemsworth] and myself at the very beginning of the film just before the coronation, which I guess didn't make it in because you've got the scene with the two boys, which does the same job in a way," he explained. "It's just before he's being crowned king and we're sort of teasing each other, I'm teasing him about whether he's ready, he puts on his helmet and I say 'Nice feathers' and he says, 'You're not going to start this again,' we're just being brothers. I turn to him and say, 'I know, I'm joking. I'm very prod of you and I love you,' and Ken made me play it absolutely straight so [Loki] means it at this point. They start out as two brothers who love each other in the most fraternal, epic way, and then the journey of the film splits them and turns them into adversaries. I was sad to see that one go.

Ioan Gruffudd tells AssignmentTx (via CBM) he's disappointed that he most likely won't be in any rumored Fantastic Four remake:

I had an amazing time doing those two films. Naturally, I feel a slight disappointment that I won't be stepping into the shoes of Mr. Fantastic again, although there has been nothing official. Again, I think it is a rumor, but it feels true because we [Gruffudd and the other main cast] haven't heard anything. I guess it makes sense of the studio to reboot it, because I guess you have a lot of longevity out of that franchise that they own.

Watch 13 minutes of gameplay, with commentary, from Batman: Arkham City. Thanks to Gamespot (via CBM).

We've moved all set photos to the next page. Very minor spoilers for R.I.P.D., Man of Steel and The Dark Knight Rises after the jump.

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Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges look pretty awesome for dead guys. Here's your first look at the first two leads, together, in R.I.P.D. Thanks to Celebuzz.

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io9 has been sent this exclusive image of the Daily Planet lobby in Man of Steel. Head there for the bigger version.

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In keeping with the Man of Steel theme, On Location Vacations posted this photo of an area of Union Station in Chicago that was dressed and sectioned off for filming.

I post so many Dark Knight Rises set videos, they all sort of blend together. I think we've posted all of the Batwing videos at this link, but just in case, there you go.

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A bunch of spy photos have popped up over at Comic Book Movie of Henry Cavill as Clark Kent in Man of Steel. Apparently he has a decent sense of fashion, rides a bike and doesn't wear glasses. Sounds exactly like Clark, doesn't it?

Shock Ya has posted a few short videos showing the vehicles that Bane and his friends drive in The Dark Knight Rises. Super-villains need to drive around too, you know. There's more at the link.