Superhero Bits: Thor The Dark World, Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, X-Men

Does Jeremy Renner know when Hawkeye will be back? How did Hans Zimmer come up with the chant in The Dark Knight Rises? What kind of extras are being cast in Thor: The Dark World and where are they location scouting? Which Marvel and DC characters did Hot Toys just reveal? Does The Dark Knight Rises have a reference to a mid-Nineties Oscar winner? Was The Dark Knight Rises awesome in D-Box? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

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Jeremy Renner spoke to MTV about where we might see Hawkeye next. Spoiler alert, he has no idea.

Jim Emerson's write up on heroism in The Dark Knight Rises is fantastic.

Nice Avengers fan poster by Dr. Mierzwiak at F Yeah Movie Posters.

Entertainment Weekly thinks they found an homage to Good Will Hunting in The Dark Knight Rises.

I don't like running a lot of superhero edibles but, when they're this cool, I have to. A Dark Knight Rises cupcake by Nerdache Cakes (via Nerdalicious).

The Hollywood Reporter debates whether or not The Dark Knight Rises is an Oscar contender.

Hot Toys has full revealed their Avengers Iron Man Mark VII via Superhero Hype.

Bleeding Cool has confirmed that several scenes of Thor: The Dark World will be shot underground. Read more there.

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David Hodson did this clever Dark Knight Rises design.

Casting Collective (via Comic Book Movie) says Thor: The Dark World is looking for extras with military experience, extreme bodies, tattoos and more for the film. In addition, the film is casting people who are good with fire (fire dance, fire breathing etc.) via Universal Extras and CBM.

Entertainment Earth (via Nerdalicious) is taking pre-orders for this boss Batman cookie jar.

/Film wasn't the only site to post an article with Dark Knight Rises issues. Here's Film School Rejects' piece.

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Hans Zimmer revealed the origin of the Dark Knight Rises chant to MTV.

Robert Atkins did this great Professor X/X-Men First Class painting for Planet Pulp.

MTV has what they believe are five different comic book easter eggs in The Dark Knight Rises.

Matt Ferguson's Dark Knight Rises fan art was posted by Geek Tyrant.

These are the twelve questions Movies.com had after seeing The Dark Knight Rises.

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Superhero Hype posted the teaser trailer for a short called Christmas Knight.

You've likely read about The Dark Knight Rises in IMAX, but what about D-Box? What Culture has a review.

Resistance animated this Magneto art by Mike Mitchell.

The Playlist lists their things that worked, and didn't, in The Dark Knight Rises.

If you thought the 1/6th scale Dark Knight Rises Hot Toys was cool, the 1/4 will blow your bleeping mind. This tease is from Cool Toy Review.

Movies.com thinks Batman: Earth One would make a great next movie.

Several of Marvel's lesser known characters appear in this new show The All-Winners Squad via CBM.

Screenrant got Robert Downey Jr. to do a few quips about Iron Man 3.

Marvel's public enemy number one, Da7e, did two Captain America: The Winter Soldier photoshops of Falcon and the title character. See them both on his Tumblr.

Just Press Play lists the 20 Batman comic stories most influential to Christopher Nolan's trilogy.