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

When does Henry Cavill think we'll know real info about Justice League? Is Felicity Jones actually in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Does Bryan Singer consider X-Men: Days of Future Past a sequel? How would Stan Lee fix the ending of Batman Begins? Want to see a bunch of girls kiss Spider-Man upside down? Is Arrow better than Smallville? And how can you get tickets to San Diego Comic-Con Saturday? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

The Hollywood Reporter has a cool write up on a new book called the Golden Age of DC Comics.

Henry Cavill spoke to Total Film (via Comic Book Movie) about Man of Steel and joked he expected a Justice League decision to be made after opening weekend for MOS.

Don't pretend like you haven't called Sin City, SIM CITY at some point. Thanks to UGO.

Felicity Jones confirmed that she will, in fact, be in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to a Dutch website, via Comic Book Movie.

Comic Book Resources (via Superhero Hype) got their hands on a few of the covers for Kick-Ass 3.

Speaking to Hit Fix, Bryan Singer said X-Men: Days of Future Past isn't so much a sequel as its own thing. Watch the video at the link, but here's the quote:

This movie's gonna be not only quite epic, 'Days of Future Past,' but it also takes place in completely different times than the 'X-Men' movies have taken place. There'll be new technology, new things we haven't seen before in 'X-Men' films. Certain characters and certain story and certain drama that hasn't be done yet, so it's not so much sequel. It's more of its own kinda thing.

Batman is blended with Zero Dark Thirty in Zero Dark Knight Thirty. Thanks to The Warp Zone via Mashable.

Bryan Singer also spoke to Collider, and said X-Men Days of Future Past is his biggest movie yet (sorry Superman Returns) and Richard Nixon will appear.

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Badass Digest has a fun interview with ILM's Jeff White talking about how visual effects are changing and were pushed for The Avengers.

Stan Lee fixes the endings to several major movies, including Batman Begins, over on his YouTube channel.

A VFX house called Rhythm & Hues just went bankrupt. They were working on R.I.P.D. Could be an issue. Read more at The Hollywood Reporter.

Geek Alerts is selling a Catwoman throw-blanket, with sleeves. Meow!

FilmDrunk has a great story about how a Mexican Wolverine lookalike helped people escape a burning building.

Planning on going to Comic-Con this year? Tickets are on sale tomorrow so you better watch this video.

On Location Vacations is following the filming of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

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Austin Madison's art, called Fratman, speaks for itself. Thanks to Geeks Are Sexy.

Students at Utah State University got a bunch of pretty college girls to kiss Spider-Man upside down. Awesome. Thanks to Laughing Squid.

IO9 writes about the worst episode ever of the X-Men animated series.

Superhero Hype wrote about these bronze Marvel statues from Sideshow Collectibles.

Nerd Bastards writes about how former Westboro member Megan Phelps has been quoting Catwoman.

Game Freaks (via Nerd Approved) posted a bunch of images from Lego Marvel Superheros.

Topless Robot argues that Arrow is better than Smallville.

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