Superheroes (via Fashionably Geek) features a lovely set of superhero nails.

The Spidey Project, a comedy play, still has performances happening in Los Angeles. Get more info here.

How can Marvel screw up The Avengers? It’s Just Some Random Guy shows you.

Den of Geek did a fantastic interview with Joss Whedon about all things Cabin in the Woods and Avengers. Here’s just a small sample of the interview discussing his process, sequels and much more. Thanks to CBM for the heads up:

Well, the first part of [the writing process] is just extraordinary fun, which is “What would these characters say to each other? how would they define themselves?” And I got to spend a few weeks just floating in that o-zone, “what if we did this?” and “ooh!”

Use the Silver Surfer to open your bottles, thanks to Nerdalicious.

Head to Cool Vibe to see the full, huge remainder of this Superman portrait by Whiley Dunsmore.

Stuntman Troy Brenna spoke to about doubling Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk:

The director Joss Whedon wanted realistic movements, not exaggerated cartoon type movements. Mo cap was the best way to capture the Hulk in a somewhat “normal” transformation from Bruce Banner to the big green guy.

I feel like I’ve seen this before, but, I’m going to post it anyway because it’s awesome. Head to ThinkGeek via Uncrate.

Stunt man Mark DeAlssandro spoke to Action Fest (via CBM) about his work in The Dark Knight Rises and The Amazing Spider-Man. Minor spoilers abound.

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