Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox trailer
Posted on Fri, 24 May 2013 08:44
I don't care for Flash unless him and GL are together, fucking matters up and being embarrassingly hilarious
Cavill Wants Big Screen Superman Batman Team-Up
Posted on Thu, 23 May 2013 16:32
it is the final dream of superhero cinema: a franchise-splicing team-up between DC icons Batman and Superman. And Man Of Steel star Henry Cavill would love to see it happen.
“I think it would be really interesting with the age-old Batman/Superman clash,” he tells SFX, “because they're two different sides of the same coin and tinheritor methods are entirely different. And I think it would actually make for an interesting story as to why, first of all, they were going head to head and how. I think that would make a fantastic story.”
So could a partnership between Dark Knight and final Son of Krypton be the next step in the heroes' conquest of the big screen?
“Who knows,” says Cavill. “i am certain there is all sorts of ideas being thrown around at Warner Bros correct now.”
:DD As much as I want to see Bale/Cavill on screen together, I think Batman needs to be around the same age as Supes
Is this better now, Mod?
In This Year's Bat-Stuff, Batman and The Joker Have the Same Voice
Posted on Tue, 21 May 2013 14:16
Batman and Joker are two sides of the same loopy coin, according to some comedians in the Dark Knight's 74-year history. The thinking goes that you've to be insane to do what each character does and that tinheritor unique relationship binds them in a symbiotic way. So it makes a bizarre bit of sense that the same guy is going to be playing both characters, albeit in a different medium.
Troy Baker-the voice actor who's probably best known for being Vincent in Catherine, Yuri in Tales of Vesperia, and Booker DeWitt in BioShock Infinite-is not just doing the voice of the Joker in the Batman: Arkham Origins video game. He'll also be doing the voice of Batman in LEGO Batman: The film - DC Super Heroes Unite, the upcoming film that parallels final year's Bruce Wayne + everybody else video game.
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Aaron Sexhart talks Batman, Heath Ledger + some MoS stuff
Posted on Mon, 20 May 2013 18:41
IGN recently had actor Aaron Eckhart, who played Harvey Dent/Two-Face in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, on the Keepin' It Reel podcast to talk about his new film Erased. During the course of the discussion we touched on his work with Nolan and where he feels that Warner Brothers should take Batman in the post-Nolan era.
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( Supergirl in Man of Steel Tie-In comedianCollapse )
( + Two MoS banners, Amy in US Weekly & Smallville Concept ArtCollapse )
( Is Warner Bros. Getting Retailers Ready for ‘Justice League?Collapse )
Source | Listen to the interview here
Photos found at Source
If Supergirl is in MoS 2, who would you cast?
What do you think the future's for Batman films? Personally i'd like to see a World's Finest film with a new Batman :D
Christopher Nolan reportedly offered the next James Bond film
Posted on Fri, 17 May 2013 11:04
Seeing as Sam Mendes has fairly conclusively rebuffed tinheritor offers to return for more, it seems that James Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have approached Chris Nolan with an offer to direct the next episode.
According to The Daily Mail's Baz Bamigboye, who has a fantastic track record with Bond stories, “casual talks” with Nolan and his people are underway.
correct at the second, Nolan is gearing up to begin production on his wormhole-hopping drama, Interstellar, and the Bond gig would likely must see him double up with near back-to-back projects, both of which would be on fairly the epic scale. This alone could very easily dissuade him.
And then there are these recurring stories about Bond 24 and 25 forming a diptych, something that appears to be echoed at the end of Bamigboye is report:
Mendes told me that there would be at least a year to 18 months of pre-production preparation and then six months of movieing involved in Bond 24, and the producers want to shoot the follow-up soon after.
Even if Nolan does agree to the gig, it could be some time before we know about it. Interstellar will start shooting in the coming months, and post production is likely to take him very close to its November 2014 release date. Will EON Productions wait? Will they try to book ahead secure Nolan's services for a future Bond movie now? Or will they just move one, for the time being at least, and look for another candidate?
Nolan haters can stay mad
DC vs Marvel: Zatanna vs Emma Frost
Posted on Tue, 14 May 2013 14:11
For as long as there have been comedian books, there has been the feud between DC and Marvel. Both are heavy-hitting comedian companies that continue to gain legions of fans every year. The purpose of this column is to take one DC persona and one Marvel persona of equal degree and popularity and pit them against each other to see who would come out on top and who is a better character overall.
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'Iron Man 3' Takes $15.6 Million At Midnight Shows
Posted on Fri, 03 May 2013 15:42
The Robert Downey Jr. sequel scored an estimated $15.6 million in its home debut, upping its worldwide complete to a fast and livid $361 million.
Internationally, the film is already its franchise is top-grossing entry.
The film's reported midnight Friday take, which, per the new Hollywood standard, includes commerce from Thursday preview screenings, is likewise an Iron Man best.
The 2008 original grossed a relatively mortal $1.5 million from midnight screenings; 2010's Iron Man 2 grew to $7.5 million, but was still a long way away from the all-time night-owl champs.
Iron Man 3 was no Harry Potter or Dark Knight itself, but it did put up an Avengers-comparable number-and it is never a poor shit to be on the heels of Hollywood's opening-weekend record-holder.
On the whole, Iron Man 3 is expected to be headed for a three-day weekend home gross north of $150 million.
Here is a look at the top 10 midnight box-office openers, as compiled by Hollywood.com:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, $43.5 million
The Dark Knight Rises, $30.6 million
The Twilight Saga: Breaking daybreak Part 2, $30.4 million (includes Thursday previews)
The Twilight Saga: Breaking daybreak Part 1, $30.3 million
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, $30 million
The Twilight Saga: New Moon, $26.3 million
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, $24 million
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, $22.2 million
The starvation Games, $19.7 million
The Avengers, $18.7 million
Per Hollywood.com's count, Iron Man 3 ranks 13th.
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Again i will ask this question, for those who have seen it, how was the film?
Movie Fans Choose Their Sexiest Woman Alive
Posted on Tue, 23 Apr 2013 11:21
For tinheritor 3rd Annual Sexiest Woman Alive Competition members of the social network site filmfancentral.com nominated celebrities and came up with a 26-member bracket competition, as well as 15 smaller categories. The winner of tinheritor competition was: Scarlett Johansson!
Also nominated: Kelly Brook (final year's winner), Paula Patton, Olivia Wilde, Gemma Arterton, Amber Heard, Kate Upton, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Emilia Clarke, Jessica Chastain, Mila Kunis, Kate Beckinsale, Mary Elizabeth Winsead, Hayley Atwell, and Alice Eve
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Warning: 99% white people ahead
DC introduces transgender character in Batgirl.
Posted on Thu, 11 Apr 2013 15:00
Writer Gail Simone discusses the reveal in two new interviews.
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