I wish this were still used today.
And that’s kind of funny, all things considered. I mean, it’s Superman. But here it is.
— Marc Webb (@MarcW) December 3, 2012
Righteous. I really liked DeHann in “Chronicle,” so I’m eager to see what he does with the emotionally tormented Harry Osborn. Read the press release after the jump.
It would be “Prince of Darkness” and, without a doubt, “Starman.”
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‘Twilight’ LOL of the day: Woman plans on marrying Edward Cullen cardboard cutout in the name of ‘art’
Ask five people to describe “art” and you’ll get five different definitions. That’s part of the beauty of the medium, is that it can mean so much and such different things to different people. But, at what point do we just roll our eyes and scoff at what some people consider to be art? Some are doing that very thing in response to one college student’s plans to marry a cardboard cutout of “Twilight’s” Edward Cullen, which she says she’s doing as a theatrical performance/art piece.
Filmmaker Bryan Singer announced via Twitter that Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart will be reprising their roles as Magneto and Professor X, respectively, in the “X-Men: First Class” sequel, “Days of Future Past.” Check out the Tweet below and my thoughts after the jump.
— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) November 27, 2012
Motion/Captured is reporting that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is close to finalizing a deal with Warner Bros. to be the new Batman, and to star in 2015′s “Justice League” movie. But, we might see him don the cape and cowl sooner than that.
Via Paul Scheer.
The following Tweet from Marvel insider Roger Wardell says Fin Fang Foom will be in “Iron Man 3.” That’s kind of funny, because that’s Foom up there in the picture. So, in other words, it might be completely ridiculous.
Inside News: Fing Fang Foom will slither it’s way into Iron Man 3 in a minor capacity.
— Roger Wardell (@RogerWardell) November 26, 2012
“The Walking Dead” television show is brought to life from the pages of the insanely popular comic book of the same name. Most everyone knows that by now. What some people might not know, though, is that the show isn’t following the comic page-by-page — the show has given us characters and situations we never saw in the comics, and when it comes to which characters live and die, well, that’s changed somewhat, too. For instance, if you’ve been watching season three then you know Lori Grimes died during child birth. She also dies in the comic, but in a dramatically different way.
This spoiler-filled read will showcase some of the events and deaths in the comic, so if you’re into spoilers, keep on reading.