Superhero Bits: Thor 2, Watchmen, The Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man

What Thor 2 secrets did Tom Hiddleston and Patty Jenkins discuss at a recent dinner? Is there a sequel to Watchmen in the works? How much of The Avengers was shot on an iPhone? Want to see Batman: The Killing Joke reenacted with Legos? How much would you pay for the actual suitcase armor from Iron Man 2? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Posterocalypse posted this kick ass Kick-Ass painting by Anthony Picarelli.

According to Bleeding Cool, DC Comics is quietly developing a sequel to Watchmen – the comic, not the movie – under the code name Panic Room. Will Alan Moore return? Probably not. But read who might at the link.

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UK's The Sun posted a X-Men First Class DVD extra all about that exciting cameo. The embed doesn't work so click on the link to watch it. Thanks to Comic Book Movie.

Another Captain America: The First Avenger extra thanks to CBM. It's called "The Technology of the Film."'

Rhys Ifans spoke to The Orlando Sentinel (via CBM) about working with Marc Webb on The Amazing Spider-Man:

I put my whole body into 'Spider-Man.' It was a thrill to work with Marc Webb. He's like Roland Emmerich. He's doing blockbusters, but he has an 'indie' heart, an indie character-oriented sensibility....That was a very telling thing on the set. We knew it would be action-packed and epic and all that. But Marc made sure that the human dynamic was paramount, and that's going to elevate the film possibly to a place that the other [ Spider Man] films got to.

The creative director of the Batman cartoon took to Reddit for requests of different Batmen people wanted to see. There are a ton but Breaking Batman, above, is one of the best. Thanks to /Film editor David Chen for the heads up.

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Tom Hiddleston spoke to MTV News about Thor 2 director Patty Jenkins, who he recently had dinner with to discuss the film.

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Adventures in HipstaLand is a series of Avengers themed photos by Dustin Sandoval taken at New York Comic Con. There are some great, unique views of the madness at the link.

Seamus McGarvey, the DP on The Avengers, told ITFN (via CBM) that some of Joss Whedon's film was shot on an iPhone:

The beauty of photography or cinema is that you make every choice based on the content at hand. On The Avengers, I did a couple of shots on the iPhone and they are in the movie. In fact, they are in the trailer! I understand that sometimes there is no choice and you have to go for the cheapest option, but if you are limited for choice, you can still make poignant decisions that will effect the look of the film.

The Killing Joke is one of the best Batman stories ever written. Here's an reenactment of it with Legos. Nice work Forrest Fire Films (via CBM).

The Los Angeles Times has an exclusive look at Aquaman #2 and propose that he's become a punchline thanks to the character's famous run on Entourage. There are more pages and debate at the link.

Marvel is auctioning off props from Iron Man 2 and The Incredible Hulk this weekend. Head to their site for information.

Will Estes from the show Blue Bloods has a small part in The Dark Knight Rises and revealed to 411 Mania (via CBM) that if his part was cut, it would probably be a complete movie.