Marvel has some concept art from X-Men: First Class.

Irrational Games executive Ken Levine says a Bioshock movie is, “still in the conversation”:

“I think we’re in the space now of building properties that are appealing to people, and there’s a version of Bioshock that makes a great game and there’s probably a version of Bioshock that makes a great movie. I think for us as a company, we don’t have any need to get a movie made. We’d like to have a movie made, but it would have to be the right one, and we’ve had the opportunity to get it made and unless all the right pieces are in place – it’s hard enough to get a movie made when all the right pieces are in place. If you don’t start with the right pieces, you don’t have a prayer. We’ve had a lot of great talks with great people about it. We got close to great people, but you always have to have all of those pieces in place and that’s going to be very challenging. It’s a moving puzzle, but I’m going to be continually talking to people about it. It’s definitely something that’s still in the conversation.”

SHH has some new Men in Black III set photos.

Kevin Bacon gives a little insight into Matthew Vaughn‘s directorial style:

“He’s not gentle in the way he directs, to say the least. Matthew would sit by the monitor and shout something that’s borderline insulting. But every time he said something — or screamed something — it was right on the mark.”  … “He’s not like a ball coach, he’s not talking all the time, I could shoot an entire day and do a bunch of takes and he wouldn’t say anything. So it’s not like he’s constantly on you. There are directors who say a lot because they like the sound of themselves directing. They think that’s what directors do. He doesn’t have any of that. He doesn’t do a lot of takes. He does zero in on things. I remember once he yelled, ‘Stop twirling your mustache!’ And it was totally on point. I was starting to get into some kind of idea of villainy and not staying true to who Sebastian was. As an actor, I can appreciate that.”

Mike Mitchell’s Brobocop.

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