The Fangirly Diary of a Geek Girl: Agent of Asgard!
And now for the blast from the past movies: Bruce Campbell will indeed return for Army Of Darkness 2. He said so himself! Considering that he was 22 years younger in that movie, he wants some changes done to his character. In good humor, of course~
Ash would have to stop occasionally from chasing some deadites to catch his breath. Maybe we could do that, I guess. That would be exciting. Fight in a walker. That would be all right. Hit them with my cane. Fake them out, have a fake heart attack, distract a zombie. I like it… All right, sir, the answer is yes.
Schmoes Know are on a roll. Their rumor that Tim Burton will make a Beetlejuice 2 has been confirmed apparently… and I don’t know what to think! It will even have Michael Keaton too!
Also, Sam Worthington is grateful to get some work. Because the Avatar sequels will start filming next year!
We are going to start [shooting] this time next year and we will do two, three and four. I’ll be grateful if it finishes!
About because Tolkien stuff will move New Zealand’s tourism for a while, they have released commemorative stamps and coins for The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug. Check all the stuff you can buy here~
Talking about that, Orlando Bloom comments on his role on the film, since Legolas wasn’t in the book because he hadn’t been created yet.
I think there was a desire for Legolas to come back. They felt that the fans would appreciate seeing Legolas in the Woodland Realm, and there was an opportunity to create a father-son, a prince versus king dynamic that would be interesting and serve the story.
Did you know there’s a documentary called Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics? Yup, a documentary about villains! Yes! And what’s even more awesome with it is narrated by Christopher Lee and Guillermo Del Toro gets interviewed! Here’s a clip:
Greg Silverman, Warner Bros. executive, gave a non-answer when he was asked if Wonder Woman will be in the Batman vs. Superman movie. Because Warner Bros. are asses, specially when they talk about Wonder Woman. It’s just that she is such “an amazing character” they take forever to make a movie. Damn, they should just let the dudes in charge of DC animated movies to take care of it.
Talking about Batman vs. Superman, everybody’s grandpa, Stan Lee was very tongue-in-cheek about wanting a cameo~
I’ll show you why DC isn’t so smart. If I were the head of DC, I would contact me and say, ‘How about doing a cameo in the next Superman movie?’ Can you imagine? Nobody would believe it. Everybody would go see it.
And with that, let’s talk about Marvel, because Kevin Feige has been talking nonstop lately! Of course he is as vague as Warner was about a solo female lead comicbook movie. On the other hand, it’s hinted very strongly we will get a Doctor Strange movie:
Doc Strange, as I’ve been saying for years, is a movie I believe we should make — we’re just figuring out how to make it a great movie. It is in active development right now. Whether that’s one of the movies we announce for 2016 or 2017, we have to see. I think it’ll be the middle of next year before we announce officially what the post Ant-Man films will be.
He also said that they didn’t hire James Spader in The Avengers: Age of Ultron just “to do a robot voice”.
Well, I think it will be more than a voice role — we’ll be capturing his face and his body to create a whole performance. He’s a very unique and incredibly exciting and unpredictable actor. And Ultron in the comics is a robot, but what’s cool about him in the comics […] is that he is much more than just a robot. That he’s infused with much character.
Finally, he talks about the possibility of Thanos, seen on the end-credits scene of The Avengers, looking for The Infinity Gauntlet, seen in the first Thor movie. He hinted that Guardians of the Galaxy may also give another clue to Thanos’ future role on MCU.