Avengers promo posters in hi-res
More Avengers promotional material keeps turning up, take a look at this poster of Hawkeye, and all the others are right here, and you can see all the images free of text (except Hawkeye) and in super hi-res right here. They should be coming in giant standee form to a theater near you any day now.
Another look at LEGO's Lord of the Rings
LEGO has released another poster, this time for Return of the King featuring Aragorn. It's a brick version of Viggo Mortensen in all his blocky plastic glory. You can can compare it to the poster from the original film, and check out this video showing the preliminary sets. I'm hoping the entire fellowship will appear in the first line, assuming that
Thor 2 gets another writer, Sif will return
Now the director issues has been fixed (again), Marvel has hired Saving Private Ryan writer Robert Rodat to rewrite Thor 2. They're claiming this was planned, and hopefully that's the case, though with the creative issues the Thor sequel has seen so far, there's plenty of reason for concern. In better news, Sif actress Jamie Alexander has confirmed she'll appear in the film, and left the door open for a cameo in The Avengers.
Into The Woods coming to the big screen
Rob Marshall, director of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Chicago and Memoirs of a Geisha will be directing an adaptation of Stephan Sondheim's Into the Woods, the fairy-tale mash-up story to end all fairy-tale mash-ups. It goes well in keeping with the current trend of fairy tale films, and could turn out well. Or badly. The first act of the play tells a bunch of familiar stories (Rapunzel, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Red Riding Hood) and the second act goes totally crazy. The stage version is streaming on Netflix.
Wrath of the Titans will be ridiculous
As in "redonkulous," as in "insane," as in "what the heck is up with Sam Worthington's haircut?" Confused? Well, io9 sums things up pretty well.
New Spider-man banner changes tone
A couple of weeks ago, I posted the teaser poster for The Amazing Spider-man, commenting that the tone seemed fairly dark for a Spider-man film. Well, these new banners seem to correct that problem, showing Spidey in his red and blue glory.