Superhero Bits: Batman Forever, The Punisher, Aquaman, Fantastic Four, Civil War, The Flash

Want to read some content about Batman Forever, which came out twenty years ago this week? Why is Bryan Singer channeling Katniss on the set of X-Men Apocalypse? How did Jon Bernthal describe getting the role of The Punisher? Is James Wan already getting ready for Aquaman? What's in a new clip from Batkid Begins? Will the Thing wear pants in Fantastic Four? And what's happening on the set of Captain America: Civil War? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

A 105 minute documentary on the creation of Batman Begins? Yes please.

On the 20th anniversary, The Hollywood Reporter did an oral history of Batman Forever.

Bryan Singer first posted the still, and then the video, of him directing Jean Grey on the set of X-Men Apocalypse.

John August discusses the modern action hero/superhero on a new podcast.

Flash S1 3D

Warner Bros will release The Flash, The Complete First Season and Arrow, The Complete Third Season on September 22.

Jon Bernthal said it's a "huge honor" to play The Punisher for Marvel.

Super Punch pointed out this Hulk BMW.

James Wan, the director of Aquaman, posted an image from inside an aquarium.

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SDCC Groot Rocket plush

A bunch of superhero Comic-Con exclusives have been revealed via SDCC Blog including this Guardians of the Galaxy plush.

Click here to watch a review of the new Joker Land Lego set.

Matt Ferguson did a bunch of superhero sketches on his Twitter today. Click the above link to see more.

Superhero Hype posted some thoughts on the Lego Avengers video game from E3.

Yahoo posted a clip from Batkid Begins, a great documentary out later this month.

Comic Book Resources looks at the Batman Forever soundtrack 20 years later.

The cast of Fantastic Four do a photoshoot.

The Batmobile pre-order of the Batman Arkham Knight has been cancelled.

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Two Face Batman Arkham Knight

Game Informer posted a few final stills of Batman: Arkham Knight before release.

Fantastic Four The Thing

We've seen this image of the Thing from Fantastic Four, but Comic Book Movie posted a new full body version that appears to be an in theater standee. And he's not wearing pants.

Anthony Mackie's arms aside, there are some interesting set photos here from Captain America: Civil War.

Another new Ant-Man TV spot with new footage.