Superhero Bits: X-Men First Class, Dark Knight Rises, Man Of Steel, Wolverine, Electro, Fandral

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.

This seems to be a boutique room in a Chinese hotel. I can't figure out more than that other than it's awesome.

Jamie Foxx spoke to Access Hollywood about telling his Spider-Man obsessed daughter he was going to be Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

The Giant Mimosas added their own voice over to the Man of Steel trailer.

Zachary Levi spoke to E! Online about being a tad scared at stepping into his role for Thor: The Dark World.

You might remember Denis Medri's Rockabilly Batman drawings from a few months back. Now he's making comics based on them. Read more at IO9.

Forever Geek rips 80 screencaps from Man of Steel trailer and attempts to figure it out.

ParanickFilmz (via CBM) created the Dark Knight Rises trailer with Legos.

No surprise, The Hollywood Reporter says The Dark Knight Rises is dominating the home video charts.

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Matthew Savage (via CBM) posted a ton of concept art for X-Men First Class including the image one page one and this one of Mystique. See more at the links.

IO9 has eight ways to keep the Fantastic Four movie from sucking.

Worth1000.com (via OneCoolThingADay) posted a bunch of poster mashups including some superheroes. Very cool.

Deadline spoke to Amy Adams about her take on Lois Lane in Man of Steel:

I grew up with Margot Kidder as Lois Lane," offers the actress, "so I didn't want to try and be that version. Zack [Snyder] said that he wanted to play for more realism. There's definitely still banter [with Superman]. She's tough, modern, and more contemporary. There's also a lot more action than I've seen in my career.

Matin Comedy (via Vulture) posted this Dark Knight romantic comedy trailer.

Movies.com has their own take on the Man of Steel trailer.

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Being Batman ain't cheap, according to MoneySupermarket. [Note: I've run this before, right? If so, I'm sorry.]