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|Fan-made poster for Superman Lives - by David Nastula|
|Storyboard art from James Cameron's Spider-Man - Source|
Could his Batman have topped Nolan's?
|Tom Hiddleston (Loki)|
|Mark Ruffalo - Marvel Studios|
A little girl runs down the street, through a nondescript Middle Eastern village and into a city. She runs upstairs into a crowded house and starts begging for help from the doctor. The camera pans to reveal Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) standing over a group of very sick patients. He asks if her family has what these poor folks have as well. She says yes and holds up a fist of cash. Bruce follows her.
Cut to Bruce and the little girl standing in front of a rundown shack. She runs forward, but Bruce holds her back and turns around, just as a jeep full of military personnel drives by. Bruce hides his face.
Bruce then follows the little girl into the remote home, far away from the crowded city we saw moments ago and into a shack. He walks through the door just in time to witness the little tyke jump out the window. He immediately knows it’s a trap, “Should have got the money up front, Banner.”
Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) steps out from behind the shadows. “For a man who’s trying to avoid stress, you picked a hell of a place to do it.” She’s not in her usual Black Widow catsuit. Instead, she’s wearing a long dress. She introduces herself as Natasha Romanoff.
Bruce shakes his head, “You brought me to the edge of the city. Are you here to kill me Miss Romanoff? Because that’s not going to work out.”
“I’m here on behalf of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
“What if I say no.”
“I’ll persuade you.”
“What if the other guy says no.” (Crowd goes nuts.)
“You’ve been two years without an accident.” They continue to argue a bit and Natasha reveals that Nick Fury needs Bruce’s help with a Tesseract rock, which has enough energy to wipe out the planet. They can’t find it and they need the best gamma ray scientist for the job. She continues to try to win him over stating, “No one is going to put you in a cage.” But at that moment Bruce loses it. “Stop lying to me!” he yells as he slams his hands on on the table. (Crowd goes nuts again.) - Meredith Woerner, UnderWireAnd if you want a mega-dose of Marvel Madness, check out the entire Avengers Q/A panel from the New York Comic Con below.
Watch Christopher Nolan and Batman in action with the batwing! Insane footage of Batman on the batpod being chased by more then 60 cop cars! - via the batmansaga
|Michael Fassbender - 20th Century Fox|
|Robert Downey Jr. - Marvel Studios|
Iron Man (2008) and Iron Man 2 (2010):"The first one changed everything for me and with the second 'Iron Man' there were certain aspects that were dissatisfying and disappointing to me but at least they lit me right.... [The first one] was a meditation on responsibility and an exploration of how a small group of people can take a two-dimensional idea and, if the winds are right, create something that makes people say, 'That was my favorite movie of the year.' To me, Tony Stark's story is a karma story and a technology story. I love a good action movie — a Steve McQueen or Tom Cruise or Clint Eastwood, Bruce Willis or Mel Gibson in the right spot, and you smile and say, 'That's what this kind of movie is all about.' There were two times in my life I prepared for something manically, it was this and 'Chaplin.' I became the expert on this guy." - Robert Downey Jr. to Geoff Boucher, LA Times 9/9/11If you need a reminder about how good RDJ was in the one that started it all, check out the clip below.
|The Amazing Spider-Man - Columbia Pictures (2012)|
|Poster for the never-made Cannon Spider-Man movie (1990)|
|Pre-production image from James Cameron's ill-fated Spider-Man movie (1993)|