Want to take a look back at Spider-Man: The New Animated Series? Did you hear the Doom Patrol soundtracks are available online now? How dismal were Peter Shinkoda‘s paychecks for Daredevil? What did Chris Evans recently have to say about the late Chadwick Boseman? Which other actor had their Suicide Squad role written specifically for them by James Gunn? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2015 by Angie Han
By their very nature, henchmen fall pretty low on the hierarchy of evil. But that isn’t stopping Henchmen from scaring up an impressive cast. James Marsden and Thomas Middleditch are set to lead the voice cast of the animated supervillain comedy, along with Rosario Dawson, Nathan Fillion, Alfred Molina, and many more. Get up to speed on the Henchman voice cast after the jump. Read More »
The lives of super-villains have been explored in animated films such as The Incredibles, Despicable Me, and MegaMind. Now Adam McKay, Will Ferrell (who voiced MegaMind), and their company Gary Sanchez are guiding the feature adaptation of a short film set in a city of super-villains. Henchmen will expand and revamp the story from the Bron Studios short Henchmen: Ill Suited, which premieres this week at SIGGRAPH 2014.
In the short, a janitor at a museum of villainy accidentally activates the armor of a noted bad guy, and then nearly lays waste to the entire place. The film will keep some of that concept, but expand it significantly. Watch Henchmen: Ill Suited below! Read More »
Is Bill Hader going to be one of the next true breakout comedy stars? He’s certainly one of the highlights of Greg Mottola’s Paul, where he steals just about any scene in which he appears — and does so while working opposite some great comic talent. It may be a little early for Bill Hader to really break out in Zach Galifianakis or Danny McBride style, but he’s heading that direction, and now has two films in development that could offer him new ways to earn the affections of a broad audience. (As if SNL wasn’t enough. But it is never enough, as so many movies have proved.) Read More »