It's been a while since we've gotten any updates on the Daredevil film that Fox had put into development earlier this year, which is to be directed by 30 Days of Night's David Slade. But the filmmaker took to Twitter to drop fans a quick update.
We got our 1st ''look'' at actor Rhys Ifan's villainous Lizard from the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man film yesterday courtesy of a PEZ dispenser, but we may now be looking at the full-length, genuine article in a new piece of concept art that just found its way online.
While discussing the Brad Pitt film The Tree of Life—and its special effects-laden sequences that connect the universe at large to the tiniest molecule—Oscar-winning director Ang Lee revealed that he wasn't too impressed. After all, he did the same thing with his take on Marvel's jolly green giant.
We've been waiting for more than a year to find out just what Rhys Ifans' The Lizard will look like in The Amazing Spider-Man when it hits theaters next year. Apart from a few glimpses and a tease of his voice, we got nothing until today. Now we have a really good look at the face of Spidey's nemesis ... sort of.
Though he wasn't exactly the most likely of choices, Kenneth Branagh managed to turn Marvel's Thor into a fun, blockbuster addition to the Marvel movie canon. His name won't be on Thor 2 when it hits theaters in 2013, but Branagh says that if the timing were right, he'd love to go back to the Marvel universe.
We love geeky gifts here at Blastr. And what's better than geeky clothes, so the world can instantly see your allegiance to the Rebellion. Or the Federation. Or House Gryffindor. Although people don't tend to buy apparel for anyone over the age of 12, we see these items as great potential gifts, because they're as fun to give as they are to receive.
ABC is getting into the Marvel business in a big way and one of the series they're developing—alongside Guillermo del Toro's Hulk—is A.K.A. Jessica Jones, based on Brian Michael Bendis' stunning Alias. And it'll take place firmly within the universe established by Iron Man, Captain America and Thor.
It's been a good year for video games. In 2011, sequels, trilogies and anniversary packs dominated the market. And when it comes to shopping for gaming gifts, there are plenty of amazing titles to choose from.
Remember that Black Widow solo movie that was supposed to happen ... but didn't? Details are finally coming out about what the movie would have been like before the decision was made to shoehorn the character in the last Iron Man film. Decisions like this happen all the time in Hollywood, a place where "shoulda, coulda, woulda" is an everyday occurrence.
Robert Kirkman is an indie comics superstar these days thanks to the success of The Walking Dead, but not everything he does turns to gold. In fact, some of it doesn't even get published.