Superhero Bits: Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man 3, Amazing Spider-Man, Dark Knight Rises, Watchmen, Man Of Steel

What does James Franco think of The Amazing Spider-Man? Is Shailene Woodley excited to appear in the sequel? Want to see the trailer for Superman Unbound? Has Kevin Feige teased Tony Stark's Avengers connection in Iron Man 3? Where can you buy original art from Watchmen? Did Juno Temple have a visceral reaction to arriving on the set of The Dark Knight Rises? And what's the timeline for X-Men Days of Future Past? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Nerdist premiered the trailer for Superman Unbound.

A possible casting call for X-Men: Days of Future Past suggests the majority of the film will take place in 1973.

The official version of the first Thor: The Dark World image is now online.

Comic Book Movie has an exclusive interview with Kick-Ass 2 Stunt Coordinator Angelica Lisk-Hann.

Cinemablend wrote an article about the apparent scope of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and director Marc Webb tweeted the above line. What could it mean?

Bleeding Cool has a story on what could have happened if Warner Bros. lost the rights to Superman before Man of Steel.

Yesterday we saw Zod; today here's a toy depicting the Man of Steel from (duh) Man of Steel.

Related to the comments above about the scope of Webb's Spider-Man sequel, Movies.com has a piece that surmises The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is just going to be Spider-Man 3 all over again.

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Shailene Woodley spoke to MTV about her role in Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Speaking to MTV, Kevin Feige started to give hints to the start of Iron Man 3:

It's almost like post-traumatic stress: he really has retreated after the events of 'The Avengers' into his workshop, where he's building advanced versions of his suits. He has [designed] a version of the suit that can latch onto him in individual pieces ... anytime, anywhere. As he starts to realize, it's basically because he doesn't want to be out of the suit: he's seen a lot of things in 'Avengers' and has encountered a lot of powerful people, much more powerful than he is.

Geek Alerts posted this cool Gambit t-shirt.

Comic Book Movie adds more pieces to the puzzle that is Tim Burton's aborted Superman Lives. Namely: Lex Luthor's weapon.

Hot Toys revealed this Iron Man 3 workshop set.

Pajiba has a fun article that lists 20 facts you may not know about The Avengers.

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The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 is now on Blu-ray and here's a clip to remind you of that fact.

James Mangold spoke to MTV about the tone and Japanese influences in The Wolverine:

The wonderful opportunity for me with this film is that 90 percent of it takes place in Japan and even though other elements remain constant from the other pictures, namely Hugh Jackman, we kind of got our chance to reboot the tone and go a little darker and a little deeper than they've gone before with this character. That was exciting for me.

You can buy this original art from Watchmen, if you have a bunch of cash. Head over to Heritage via Pajiba for more.

On Location Vacations reports S.H.I.E.L.D. was shooting at Union Station in Los Angeles.

Collider spoke to Juno Temple, who talked about working on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and The Dark Knight Rises.

Boing Boing posted the 131 reasons why Bruce Banner turned into the Hulk in the TV show.

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Too funny. James Franco is indifferent towards The Amazing Spider-Man reboot to MTV.