JoBlo have posted a couple of vids which feature some very interesting behind-the -scenes stuff from Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man sequel, including previously unheard dialogue, outtakes, and a look at the process of scoring the film. More after the jump.
"It's my birthday....time to light the candles!" is an actual piece of dialogue from Electro at one point in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, so while it may not be as bad as Batman & Robin, the comparison is very deserving. Hit the jump for my in-depth and spoiler-free verdict on the disappointing sequel.
It's been a while since I read the Dame To Kill For graphic novel, but these look like they may just be reworked panels from that! Anyway, the official Facebook page for Robert Rodriguez's sequel has posted several cool looking storyboards for the film, which you can see after the jump.
Another new still from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has dropped, this time featuring Dane DeHaan's Harry Osborn trekking into the depths of Oscorp on what their Twitter account describes as a "sinister" mission. Come check it out!
According to TheOneRing.net, Peter Jackson is seriously entertaining changing the title of the third and final Hobbit film, which has been titled, The Hobbit: There and Back. The new title being proposed would be...
During a recent interview with IGN Movies, Kevin Feige spoke about Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the future of the MCU. Near the end, he was asked about the rights of certain Daredevil characters, and was able to confirm that Matt Murdock's arch-enemy is available to them. Check it out!
One of the new X-Men: Days of Future Past featurettes shows Magneto (Michael Fassbender) retrieving his helmet. While the second features the costume designers clothing the extras in 70's attire. That one includes a new clip with Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique.
John Byrne's now iconic cover to Uncanny X-Men #141 is given a Game Of Thrones makeover, as Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Tyrion Lannister take a stand against whatever force is determined to wipe out the population of Westeros. Probably George R.R. Martin, then.
Den of Geek are reporting that the notorious spider-hunting robots, as well as the fan-favourite feline are set to début in later instalments of The Amazing Spiderman franchise. MILD SPOILERS
Despite X-Men: Days Of Future Past director Bryan Singer claiming that she'd been cut from the final film, a rep for the studio has confirmed that the True Blood actress will indeed make a cameo appearance. Click on for details.