When is Crisis on Infinite Earths wrapping up the epic crossover? Is there a Blue Beetle series in the works for HBO Max? Will Martin Scorsese ever watch Joker? When does Thor: Love and Thunder start shooting? Is there an Eternals Easter egg hidden in Thor: Ragnarok, and does it mean anything? Could The Defenders appear in a future Marvel series? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
When does Cloak and Dagger return to Freeform? Which Batman villain did Shane West almost play on Gotham instead of Bane? Who is Clark Gregg playing in the sixth season of Agents of SHIELD? What one thing did Hans Zimmer dislike about The Dark Knight score? Will New Mutants really get a theatrical release? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
What was the best-selling comic book title of 2018? Why did M. Night Shyamalan turn down offers to direct Marvel and DC movies? How much did it cost to make the Shazam suit? Did you notice the deep cut comic book Easter eggs in the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer? What will the New Gods movie focus on according to a new rumor? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, November 29th, 2018 by Jacob Hall
That sound you hear is Warner Bros. taking a long hard look at how Marvel Studios has elevated so many second-string superheroes into box office sensations and muttering “Why can’t we do that?” And with a new Blue Beetle movie, it certainly sounds like they’re going to try to do just that. And this character feels like he could be a big deal – he has the crazy armor of Iron Man, the teenage angst of Spider-Man, and beneath the costume is a Latino kid, offering Warner Bros. a chance for special first for superhero cinema.
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Which superhero would Mads Mikkelsen like to play an older version of? Will Blue Beetle and Booster Gold ever appear in the Arrowverse? When will Suicide Squad 2 start production? Which comic book arcs are being used for the Venom movie? How does Peter Parker fit into Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? Will Hugh Jackman return as Wolverine in the MCU? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Who is that dressed up as The Joker above? What do you need to know about Jessica Jones before the Netflix series debuts? Where can you watch the Supergirl pilot for free? What would Alan Tudyk look like as Blue Beetle? How can you get a full refund if you bought Batman: Arkham Knight on PC? What might Iron Man‘s new armor look like in Captain America: Civil War? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Who is the Worst X-Man Ever? Which Marvel superhero did Beyoncé dress up as at a recent party? What would it take for Alan Tudyk to play Blue Beetle? Who has Robert Downey Jr. invited to the Captain America: Civil War premiere? Why did the Batman v Superman script change after Jesse Eisenberg joined the cast? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Friday, September 18th, 2015 by Angie Han
Warner Bros. has about ten DC Extended Universe movies planned for the next five years, and it looks like they’re crowding in one more. Rumor has it a Booster Gold / Blue Beetle team-up is in the works, with Greg Berlanti directing and Zak Penn writing. In contrast to the dark and gritty vibe of the other DC projects, this one is envisioned as a buddy comedy. More details on the Booster Gold movie after the jump. Read More »
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Earlier this week, comic book writer Geoff Johns (Green Lantern, The Flash) uploaded some screengrabs from test footage for a live-action Blue Beetle television series. Apparently DC/Warner Bros is searching for a television show to replace Smallville, and this is one of the possibilities. Johns said that he will show the full test at Comic-Con, but you can watch five second if it right now.
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Over the weekend, comic book writer Geoff Johns (Green Lantern, The Flash) revealed on Twitter (spotted by Mel Valentin) that DC/Warner Bros is “hoping to develop a live-action show. Fingers crossed!” I’m guessing this is one of the WB’s possible answers to the fastly approaching series conclusion of Smallville. Johns also announced that they “have a live-action test of Jaime Reyes’ scarab activating his suit. It. Is. Awesome.” Johns says he will bring the test footage to San Diego Comic-Con International as a “wrok-in-progress”.
Update: We won’t have to wait until Comic-Con, Johns has put some screen captures from the test footage online. Check them out, after the jump.
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