Posted on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015 by Angie Han
How did Tom Holland become the new Spider-Man? Is Scott Derrickson ready to shoot Doctor Strange? Who’s taking over the Captain Marvel comic? How has Iron Man‘s suit evolved over the years? Want to see another heartwarming Batkid Begins clip? What do the Fantastic Four have to do with Crush soda? (Actually, we still don’t really have an answer to that last one.) Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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. Read More »
Batkid Begins will restore your faith in humanity. We live in a cynical world; hate and conflict are things we all deal with every day. But in the documentary Batkid Begins, you get to see how pop culture can not only bring out the best in people, it can unite us in ways that are absolutely remarkable.
You probably remember back in 2013, a young boy diagnosed with leukemia was chosen by the San Francisco Make-A-Wish foundation to get his wish. The boy, Miles Scott, wanted to be Batman. Granting that wish would be no easy task. As news of his wish got out, the event snowballed into something bigger than anyone imagined. From his family to the planning to the worldwide reaction, you see all facets of this incredible event in Batkid Begins.
Directed by Dana Nachman, Batkid Begins will be released by New Line Cinema on June 26. (Julia Roberts is also producing a narrative version of the story.) Check out the first Batkid Begins trailer below. Read More »
Want to see the brand new Avengers: Age of Ultron TV Spot Robert Downey Jr. has been teasing? Who is Ed Skrein playing in Deadpool? What does the Russo Brothers directing Avengers: Infinity War mean for Marvel at large? How does one of Robin’s alter ego’s play into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? When does Batkid Begins hit theaters? Is the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to late night TV? Which villains are possible for the second season of Daredevil? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Audiences just got a major step closer to seeing the story of Batkid on the big screen in two different ways. New Line Cinema, a division of Warner Bros., has secured the rights to the documentary, Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World directed by Dana Nachman. They’ve also picked up the narrative rights to the story, which comes with Julia Roberts attached to produce and potentially star. There’s no release date yet but the documentary should be released later this year. Read more about the Batkid movies below. Read More »
Batkid Begins premieres Saturday at the Slamdance Film Festival but, before that even happened, the movie’s story has a happy ending.
Julia Roberts – yes, the world famous actress – has purchased the rights to the documentary to make it into a narrative version. Roberts will produce as well as star in the film. There’s no word on who Roberts would play, but the smart money is on Patricia Wilson, the director of the San Francisco Make-A-Wish chapter that put the whole event together. She has a huge role in the documentary, which you can read our review here. Below, read more details about Julia Roberts Batkid. Read More »
On November 15, 2013, an event happened that showed the best of what this tech-crazed, celebrity obsessed world can do. Ironically though, the person the event was about had no idea what he’d inspired. That’s the story of Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World, which tells the incredibly story of Miles Scott, a young California boy diagnosed with Leukemia whose one wish was to be the real Batman. The San Francisco Make-A-Wish Foundation tried to grant that wish and as word began to spread of their plans, it became an event that – as the title says – was heard around the world.
Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World premiered this weekend at the Slamdance Film Festival. Continue our Batkid Begins review below. Read More »
Legendary poster artist Drew Struzan is the best kind of retired. He’s retired, unless he feels like working. So though the artist is officially off the books, he’s released a few posters for Mondo in the past few years. He did a poster for How to Train Your Dragon 2, and if rumors are correct he might be doing something for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. His latest poster is for an upcoming documentary called Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World, which will premiere later this month at the Slamdance Film Festival. It’s the tale behind the Make-A-Wish story that captured the world.
Below, check out the full poster and watch a new behind the scenes video about Batkid Begins. Read More »