Welcome to Collider’s Heroes, hosted by Jon Schnepp, with John Campea and special guest Robert J Peterson. We bring you the latest news about the Cinematic World of Heroes and Villains! On this episode of Collider’s Heroes (Tuesday Sept 1st 2015) we discuss the following:
1 Civil War leaks out!
So this past week, some silent quicktimes leaked across the web of the Civil War D23 presentation, and we all got to see low quality silent moments from what looks like quite a fun action packed sizzle reel. Lets talk about this MOS moment!
2 Spiderman speaks out!
Andrew Garfield recently talked about his portrayal of Spiderman and Peter Parker, mentioning that his comic con appearance, long before either of his two films ever came out, was his truest acting as Spiderman. He says “I couldnt rescue those films”.
3 Michael Shannon flips it!!!
A few weeks ago, Michael Shannon was talking about wearing flippers on his fingers, while on set for Batman v Superman, and he was stuck in the bathroom while Zach Snyder was looking for him. Now he’s saying none of that was real, and that he is not in the film, but he is, only as a ghost, like Jorel, but also maybe that Doomsday will be wearing flippers in the next movie. Can I have all of the drugs that this man is on?.
4 Mads Mikkelson is cast in Doctor Strange
One of my favorite actors of the last decade, Mads Mikkelson, has been cast as an unnamed villain role in the upcoming Doctor Strange. Can this cast get any better?
A Moment of Reflection for Wes Craven:
1 Batman and Joker back for more Suicide Squad filming
2 Tony Todd plays Zoom, Flash meets earth2 Flash Jay Garrick
3 Flash meets earth2 Flash Jay Garrick
4 Spiderman n might get armor and web shooters from Stark in Civil War
5. Melissa Benoist pict holds a puppy with some super kids in tow
6 Lucy Lane is cast in Supergirl
Flashback – Swamp Thing (1982)
in honor of the passing of Wes Craven, lets talk about Swamp Thing. Made in 1982, for a very samll budget, this version owes more to movies like “The Creature from the Black Lagoon” to anything that Alan Moore would soon be writing.
Spotlight – The Authority (1990)
Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch breathed new life onto some wildstorm characters when they launched this hyper violent more realistic amalgam of the justice league meets the avengers team called the Authority. This was the brand new lightning strike crackle of the “widescreen comics” that was then dubbed by some. let’s talk about the Authority