Want to paint your body so you can be Venom for Halloween? What are the latest numbers for the Spider-Man PS4 game sales? What’s going on with the Nightwing movie? Could Jessica Jones and Daredevil end up canceled after all? What is up with this “Batman Cries” music video everyone is talking about? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Would you believe that’s Shane West as Bane in the final season of Gotham? Want to make your own Venom symbiote container? Is Jensen Ackles going to play Batman in the Arrrowverse? Which characters didn’t make it into Injustice 2? Why did Marvel have to change the Spanish poster tagline for Captain Marvel? Is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 delayed two years? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
The creator of Netflix’s best Marvel series is moving across the aisle to Warner Bros. TV. Jessica Jones creator and showrunner Melissa Rosenberg leaves Netflix for a new overall deal with Warner Bros. TV, where she will develop new television projects with the studio.
But fret not, Jessica Jones fans, Rosenberg will stay at Marvel TV to see through the Netflix comic book show’s upcoming third season before making her exit.
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Wonder Woman is an icon for our age. Strong, empowering, complex, and compassionate, Gal Gadot’s Diana of Themyscira is the heroine that so many little girls have been dressing up as and looking up to. So why is she always stuck in the past?
For her first two solo movies, Wonder Woman and the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984, Diana and her superheroics reside firmly in past decades. And yes, they’re prequel films, and yes, she’s hundreds of years old so you can really place her solo movies whenever you want them. But Wonder Woman’s solo movies getting consistently set in the past is a problem she shares with many of the other major female superheroes today.
When it comes to Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, and reports about the potential Black Widow prequel film, Hollywood can’t seem to competently deal with female superhero stories in the modern age. And as much as we love seeing Gal Gadot in a suffragette suit or Brie Larson rocking the Rachel hair, there’s something fishy about sending many of these major female superheroes back to the past.
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Krysten Ritter is about to make her directorial debut for Jessica Jones season 3. The star of the Marvel Netflix series will step behind the camera for the first time to helm an episode of the upcoming season, likely to return to the streaming service sometime in 2019.
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How did the Ant-Man and the Wasp costume designers create a “new”color for The Wasp‘s suit? Why isn’t Jeremy Jordan returning as a series regular on Supergirl next season? Why was Cherry Blue the working title for Ant-Man and the Wasp? Will The Batman and the Todd Phillips directed Joker movie be set in the same universe? Will Spider-Man have a new suit in the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.
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Why did The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow star Keiynan Lonsdale leave the shows? What would Avengers: Infinity War have looked like with stars from the 1980s? When might the DC streaming service launch? Want to know all of the episode titles of Luke Cage season 2? Will the snap of Thanos impact any of the Marvel TV shows? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Raise a full glass of Scotch in celebration: Netflix has renewed Marvel’s Jessica Jones for a third season. Krysten Ritter will return as the hard-drinking, hard-punching superhero private eye. Now let’s just hope Netflix and Marvel work on their pacing problems.
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