Superhero Bits: Amazing Spider-Man 2, Iron Man 3, Man Of Steel, X-Men: Days Of Future Past, The Wolverine, Thor: The Dark World

Want to see an image from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past? Does Robert Downey Jr. hint at cameos in Iron Man 3? Which medium is Man of Steel merchandise going to focus on? Where is The Amazing Spider-Man 2 filming and how can you be a part of it? What went wrong with Elektra? Which movie has more action, The Dark Knight or Man of Steel? When can you get new DLC for the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World video game? Is Harry Osborn going to be Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Bryan Singer teased a possible set from X-Men: Days of Future Past.

In the third part of a five-part interview with Entertainment Weekly, Robert Downey Jr. talks about Ben Kingsley's work in Iron Man 3.

Badass Digest talked to Stu Zicherman about his Sundance movie, ACOD, as well as what went wrong with Elektra, which he wrote.

Henry Cavill, the Man of Steel himself, told Empire (via CBM) the following about the new Superman film:

It's not a dark movie by any means. Past representations of the character have been quite light... This is a more realistic view of the character, while still maintaining the very unrealistic, or potentially unrealistic features of an alien with superpowers.

USA Today posted some images from Man of Steel merchandise, including this look at Michael Shannon as Zod. Remember when all involved denied that Zod was the villain?

And Variety reports that Man of Steel is going to go very, very big on the toy cross overs.

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Here's a new trailer for Injustice: Gods Among Us, focusing on the story in the DC fighting game.

David Goyer told Empire (via CBM) the following about the action in Man of Steel:

There is more action in Man of Steel than any of the Dark Knight Films.

The Brick Fan (via CBM) posted this look at a possible alternate suit in Iron Man 3 in Lego form. Also, The Hollywood Reporter talks about product placement in the film.

Speaking of Iron Man 3, talking to EW, Robert Downey Jr. hinted at a possible cameo from another upcoming Marvel franchise:

Everywhere you look now in every Marvel movie there are opportunities where certain new pals of his could be useful. So they're in the atmosphere, so to speak, but I wouldn't expect to see them on the ground in this one.

Michael Giacchino posted this funny Bane/Wreck It Ralph mashup.

Hugh Jackman told Empire (via CBM) that he doesn't think Wolverine has lived up to expectations on screen, until The Wolverine:

I understand the character and the legacy and I don't feel, up until this movie, that we've completely lived up to that. So that's what I intend to do.

This Shawarma Avengers shirt is pretty cool. Thanks to Urban Collector via That's Nerdalicious.

Comic Book Movie reports that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be shooting in New York this February and are looking for extras. Here's a second link too.

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Cracked posted a video examining four reasons Spider-Man is bad at his job.

Polygon (via CBM) reports that brand-new DLC for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game is coming out next week.

Sammo158 (via Geeks Are Sexy) posted this Marvel Alphabet.

HitFix talked to Dane DeHann about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and whether or not Harry Osborn will be the Green Goblin.

Duke Dastardly (via F Yeah) created this Dark Knight Rises poster.

Christian Bale called a young boy with Leukemia to talk about his favorite character, Batman. Thanks to the IBang.

The producer of Thor: The Dark World talked a bit about the film with Empire (via Comic Book Movie).

Here's the first panel of a punny Thor comic via Dorkly.

What Culture explained the nine realms of Thor: The Dark World.