6/07/2013


75 years Man of Steel costumes via Blastr


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10. Joss Whedon “Pissed Off” About Lack of Female Superheroes in Film (Via /Film) Whedon got into it in a conversation with The Daily Beast.
Toymakers will tell you they won’t sell enough, and movie people will point to the two terrible superheroine movies that were made and say, You see? It can’t be done. It’s stupid, and I’m hoping The Hunger Games will lead to a paradigm shift.

It’s frustrating to me that I don’t see anybody developing one of these movies. It actually pisses me off. My daughter watched The Avengers and was like, “My favorite characters were the Black Widow and Maria Hill,” and I thought, Yeah, of course they were.

I read a beautiful thing Junot Diaz wrote: “If you want to make a human being into a monster, deny them, at the cultural level, any reflection of themselves.”
9. Top Two Films has a post on the Iconic Image of Jurassic Park's cup of water.
Anyone who has seen Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park will recognise this image of a plastic cup of water…and begin to shiver with fear.

8. Alex J. Cavanaugh has a non-spoiler image from Captain America: The Winter Soldier while Geek Tyrant has a VERY spoilery image from the film.

7. Never Mind Pop Film has a chance to
Win 'The Purge' Prize Pack

6. I'm still #6 in P.T. Dilloway's Box Office Blitz

5. Jeremy (iZombie) has an awesome series of Side by By Photos from the filming of Man of Steel in Plano Illinois.


4. Image of the Day: Harley Quinn - War of the Rings (via Galaxy Junkyard)


3. Find out your Kyptonian heritage using the the Man of Steel website. ( via Geeky Nerfherder)

I AM A MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF DAR

2. Three Pulp Wars Dime Store Covers by Timothy Anderson (via Cultural Cumpulsive Disorder)
http://timothyandersonart.com/

1. Awesome Man of Steel Figures by Warner Bros.

Man Of Steel 1:6 Scale Iconic Zod Statue from Warner Bros.

 Man Of Steel 1:6 Scale Iconic Superman Statue from Warner Bros.


Man Of Steel 1:6 Scale Iconic Jor-El Statue from Warner Bros.



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9 comments:

Pat Dilloway said...

Joss Whedon and I are pretty simpatico on the subject of female heroes. Of course he has a lot more power to do something about it. Maybe I should go send him a copy of the Scarlet Knight books.


Too bad it's another week until Man of Steel comes out. I wonder if that's one they're showing overseas first?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Thanks for the mention!
So cool Jeremy got to visit the set while they were filming. He is chomping at the bit to see the movie now.
And sounds like Whedon needs to do a female superhero film.

Tony Laplume said...

Considering all he had was Black Widow in the Avengers, Whedon doesn't have a leg to stand on in this case.

jeremy [retro] said...

i am having movie withdrawals... Man of Steel is coming and I am getting weird and happy much like when The Avengers was getting released... Countdown, more coming next week...

jeremy [retro] said...

yes... yes i am!

Maurice Mitchell said...

It's very exciting Jeremy. When I first heard about it I was really skeptical, but it could just be the biggest movie of the year!

Maurice Mitchell said...

I heard he wanted other characters like The Wasp, but he couldn't get them in.

Maurice Mitchell said...

Toy guys are tend setters Pat. I just checked and you're right! The first showing is in the Philippines on the 12th.

MedeiaSharif said...

Cool links. I especially liked the pulp covers.

I love all the different costumes.

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