Sometimes interviewing Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige can feel like an interrogation. “Tell us about which sequels you’re working on!” “Just admit that Dr. Strange is your next movie!” In all fairness, though, Feige is always a total sport about the geek-heavy grilling sessions, and is more than happy to talk about how Marvel Studios has completely reinvented the movie-making game over the past few years… Continue reading Marvel's Kevin Feige on His Favorite 'Captain America' Scene, Future Sequels, Recasting Superheroes and More
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Ever since Pixar and Marvel became housemates under the Disney umbrella, fans have wondered if the former could make an animated feature featuring the latter company’s superhero characters. Rarely in that contemplation was there concern that the feature would be The Incredibles 2. Mainly because it didn’t seem there’d ever be an Incredibles sequel.
But now there is officially one in the works, and with that announcement has… Continue reading Should Marvel Superheroes Appear in 'The Incredibles 2'?
Perhaps the most continuous and endless debate among fans when it comes to comic book films comes down to casting. When it comes to adapting any work of literature into a multi-track, full-motion cinematic experience, there are a number of different standards that certain directors have for their casting choices. When adapting a novel, for instance, a director can choose to stick closely to the physical… Continue reading Comics on Film: The 5 Actors Who Made the Best Superheroes
Most comic book and superhero fans who love the characters and the medium all understand that a huge debt is owed to writer Alan Moore. The skilled and imaginative works he’s created for the comic book medium and for the superhero genre are some of the most timeless comics anyone can read, with those works often aging like a fine wine.
Did you ever see the Joker… Continue reading Comics on Film: Alan Moore Hates Superheroes, and if You Don't, Then He May Hate You Too
When Bruce Wayne receives the man of the year award, fellow billionaire Lex Luthor becomes jealous and decides to run for President. To create the atmosphere for his type of fear-based politics Lex recruits the Joker to perfect a Black LEGO Destructor Ray which wreaks havoc on Gotham. As Lex destroys Batman’s tech, Batman reluctantly turns to Superman for help.