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Unused Logo Designs For X-men 2 & X-men: The Last Stand

24 February 2013 12:40 PM, PST

Thom Schillinger is a 3D conceptual designer for the entertainment industry, creating advertising material and logos for popular television shows and for Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. During a 16 hour span Thom created over 200 logos for X-Men 2. You can view all of them by clicking here. What's interesting, is that 20th Century Fox picked one of his early designs as the film's logo. Click Images to Enlarge I did a few rounds for the next level, for the "Pay-off Poster" that was fun to design, namely we wanted to show the doors open with the X-Men walking towards camera. Lasers, jet engines, giant Cogs, and locks were fun to play around with, but the exercise did not pay off with a finish. - Thom Schillinger Cerebro Door Icon Designs 3D Logo "Box" X-2 Concepts 3D Logos from a Single Vector Thom also worked on the logo for X-Men: The Last Stand, as »

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Dane DeHaan Talks The Amazing Spider-man 2 Workout, Will Begin Filming Soon

24 February 2013 9:52 AM, PST

In an interview with Time Magazine, actor Dane DeHaan touches on his preparation for the role of Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which is currently shooting in New York. He will begin production on the anticipated sequel to last year's reboot soon. "We're already here, and I've been preparing. Right now it's just about getting all my work done and bulking up a little bit. I'll start shooting fairly soon in New York." He also goes into some detail about his "intense" workout regime, saying that he weighs more now than he ever has before. "I work out incredibly intensely six days a week and I eat every two hours. Mostly proteins and veggies. I consume at least 3,000 calories a day. I’ve already gained seven pounds in six weeks! I weigh more right now than I’ve ever weighed in my whole life. I’ve always constantly »

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Possible Vague Description For New Iron Man 3 Trailer Surfaces

24 February 2013 8:28 AM, PST

A new full length trailer for Marvel's Iron Man 3 is expected to premiere sometime next week, likely attached to Disney's Oz: The Great And Powerful on March 8th. Now, the folks over at Bleeding Cool have received the following list of highlights from the trailer (which was recently classified), promising more shots of Sir Ben Kingsley's Mandarin, new looks at Tony Stark's "Iron Army", and even a possible look at a Hulkbuster armor. Check out the description below, as well as leaked concept art which was recently sent to us. A second full-length trailer for Iron Man 3 has been readied for release with Oz The Great and Powerful. It runs two minutes and twenty five seconds, and according to the Little Bleeders who have seen it, it's rather spectacular. Now, I don't want to go over and over the details when I haven't even seen the trailer myself, »

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Full List Of "Winners" From This Year's Razzie Awards

24 February 2013 4:55 AM, PST

Worst Picture Battleship The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure That’s My Boy A Thousand Words The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II Worst Director Sean Anders – That’s My Boy Peter BergBattleship Bill Condon – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II Tyler PerryGood Deeds / Madea’s Witness Protection John PutchAtlas Shrugged: Part II Worst Actress Katherine HeiglOne for the Money Milla JovovichResident Evil: Retribution Tyler Perry – Madea’s Witness Protection Kristen Stewart – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II / Snow White and the Huntsman Barbra StreisandThe Guilt Trip Worst Actor Nicolas CageGhost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance / Seeking Justice Eddie MurphyA Thousand Words Robert Pattinson – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II Tyler PerryAlex Cross / Good Deeds Adam Sandler – That’s My Boy Worst Supporting Actress Jessica BielPlaying For Keeps / Total Recall Brooklyn DeckerBattleship / What to Expect When »

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Joss Whedon Briefly Discusses The Avengers 2

23 February 2013 7:36 PM, PST

Much Ado About Nothing gets its U.S. premiere next month at SXSW but the film has already had its European premiere at the Dublin International Film Festival earlier today. Of course, during the films Q&A following the screening the discussion turned to The Avengers sequel. Responding to questions about doing more Shakespeare, Whedon says he doesn't want to do another one exactly like he did Much Ado About Nothing. He says that he needs to keep trying different things from a creative standpoint. From there, the discussion turned to The Avengers sequel. Whedon: When I first considered doing Avengers 2, my first question was what can I do that's new? Because I can't make it bigger....but I can make it better. The moderator asks about his philosophy for Avengers 2. Whedon: Death, death and death. (Crowd applauds madly.) If you listen to the audio (you can find it by »

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Iron Man 2 Concept Art: Unused International Robots

23 February 2013 5:00 PM, PST

Conceptual illustrator, Scott Patton, was tasked with the mission to make the failed robots that other countries created in order to compete against Tony Stark and his Iron Man suit. You can see the scene with the international robots in the video below. Also of interest, are variation of Ivan Vanko's (Mickey Rourke) whips. The original plan was to give Whiplash (Rourke) mini-whips, having his character be cunning, something akin to a James Bond-like role. Russian Iron Man North Korean Iron Man Iron Man 2 was directed by Jon Favreau, from a screenplay written by Justin Theroux. The cast included: Robert Downey, Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell and Mickey Rourke. The film was a box office success, earning a total of $624 million worldwide, with a budget of $170–200 million. »

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The Thing (2011): Unused Alien Pilot Concept Art & Creepy Transformation Sculptures

23 February 2013 2:06 PM, PST

Artist, Paul Komoda, uploaded concept art of the Juliette creature, Alien Pilot, and Griggs' transformation in the helicopter scene. The Alien Pilot is very interesting because the creature was meant to appear at the very end, but producers ditched it for a different conclusion. "Basically that spaceship would have been originally crewed by an alien race which, as it was relayed to me, would have been on a planet to planet zoological expedition, collecting different creatures and storing them in these containment pods" - Paul Komoda You'll find galleries from a couple of the sculptors on the project, Mikey Rotella and Casey Love. As a bonus, I also added Casey's images that document his time working with Rick Baker and his crew on Men In Black 3 alien designs. Enjoy! Images by Paul Komoda The Thing - Makeup Sculpture Phase for Jonas Adi Images by Mikey Rotella The Thing Test »

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Release Date For Disney And Marvel's Big Hero 6 Animated Movie Revealed?

23 February 2013 1:12 PM, PST

While we're still waiting on an official announcement in regards to Big Hero 6, the fine folks over at Bleeding Cool have seemingly discovered the release date of the animated movie. According to Rentrak, an agency who work with distributors, exhibitors and advertisers across Europe and America, the film has been slotted in for a release on November 21st, 2014...in Spain! However, it's likely that the Us and UK release dates will also be sometime around this period. Created in 1998, Big Hero 6 is a Japanese team sanctioned by the government. The roster originally included X-Men characters Sunfire and Silver Samurai, although it seems far more likely that this version will focus on the younger team who last year made an appearance in an Amazing Spider-Man tie-in. »

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Fan Made: Justice League Movie Logos In The Style Of Man Of Steel

23 February 2013 12:18 PM, PST

Graphic designer Dave Jones has sent ComicBook.com a collection of Justice League logos inspired by the official logo for Man Of Steel, which hits theaters June 14th. He previously stated that, when working on this project, he had the idea that if the Zack Snyder-directed reboot did kick off a DC Cinematic Universe and the visual style would influence other Justice League characters, what would that look like? Below are his logos for Batman (Caped Crusader), Wonder Woman (Amazon Princess), The Flash (Scarlet Speedster), Green Lantern (Emerald Guardian) and Hawkman (Winged Warrior), as well as his descriptions for them and his ideas. These Justice League logos are inspired by the Man of Steel movie. The Superman (Man of Steel) logo is my best attempt at replicating the movie's poster featuring the stylized logo. The Batman (Caped Crusader) logo has three separate bat images on different depth layers. I »

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Drew Karpyshyn Addresses Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Movie Rumor

23 February 2013 11:57 AM, PST

Last night, a rumor went online saying that among the many Star Wars film projects in development at Disney/LucasFilm was an adaptation of the hit RPG Knights Of The Old Republic. The rumor stated that Drew Karpyshyn, who wrote the game as well as its sequel and The Old Republic, was working on the script. However, the writer has now taken to his Twitter account to address this rumor. @agentjaspor @headgeek666 this would be awesome, but I haven't heard anything about a #Kotor movie. But I'm not at #bioware anymore so...— Drew Karpyshyn (@DrewKarpyshyn) February 23, 2013 Of course, this doesn't necessarily mean that a Knights Of The Old Republic movie isn't in the works, as a different screenwriter could be penning such a project. Of course, the only Star Wars film that is in active development is J.J. Abrams' Episode VII, which may hit theaters in 2015. It »

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Oz: The Great And Powerful Soundtrack Details Announced

23 February 2013 11:37 AM, PST

Walt Disney Records will release Danny Elfman's score for the upcoming prequel Oz: The Great And Powerful digitally on March 5th, three days before the theatrical debut of the Sam Raimi-directed fantasy film. Intrada Records will release the physical edition. This is the seventh Raimi film that Elfman has scored after Darkman, Army Of Darkness, A Simple Plan, The Gift and the first two Spider-Man movies. Below are the cover and the track listing for the Oz soundtrack. However, the following may contain minor spoilers from the film. Click Here to pre-order your copy of the Oz: The Great And Powerful soundtrack, and Here to listen to audio clips. 1. Main Titles 2. A Serious Talk 3. Oz Revealed 4. A Strange World 5. Where Am I?/Schmooze-a-Witch 6. Fireside Dance 7. Meeting Finley 8. The Emerald Palace 9. Treasure Room/Monkey Business 10. China Town 11. A Con Job 12. Glinda Revealed 13. The Munchkin’s Welcome Song 14. Bad Witch »

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Comics: Skottie Young's "Li'l Marvel" Guardians Of The Galaxy And Wolverine Variants

23 February 2013 9:46 AM, PST

There’s a new rule in the galaxy: No one touches Earth! No one!! Why has Earth become the most important planet in the Galaxy? That’s what the Guardians of the Galaxy are going to find out!! Join the brightest stars in the Marvel universe: Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket Raccoon, Groot and--wait for it--Iron-Man, as they embark upon one of the most explosive and eye-opening chapters of Marvel Now! These galactic Avengers are going to discover secrets that will rattle Marvel readers for years to come! Why wait for the movie? It all starts here! Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 Brian Michael Bendis (W) Steve McNiven (A/C) Variant Cover by Skottie Young The best there is at what he does gets an all-new on-going! Pay attention very closely: there’s a mystery here that even Wolverine hasn’t sniffed out yet. When Wolverine finds himself the bargaining chip in a hostage situation, »

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New Behind The Scenes Image From The Wolverine Released

23 February 2013 7:48 AM, PST

Based on the celebrated comic book arc, this epic action-adventure takes Wolverine, the most iconic character of the X-Men universe, to modern day Japan. Out of his depth in an unknown world he faces his ultimate nemesis in a life-or-death battle that will leave him forever changed. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his physical and emotional limits, he confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality, emerging more powerful than we have ever seen him before. Starring: Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine Hiroyuki Sanada as Shingen Yashida Hal Yamanouchi as Yashida Tao Okamoto as Mariko Yashida Rila Fukushima as Yukio Will Yun Lee as Kenuichio Harada Brian Tee as Noburo Mori Svetlana Khodchenkova as Viper Release Date: July 26th, 2013. »

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Real Life: Scientist Creates A "Spidey-Sense" Suit

23 February 2013 7:41 AM, PST

As any one on here will know, Peter Parker's Spider-Sense allows him to anticipate danger before it happens and react accordingly. Now we humans aren't lucky enough to be gifted with lighting fast reflexes, but science has given us a leg up with the anticipating danger part at least. The suit, actually called "SpiderSense", was built by Victor Mateevitsi of the University of Illinois in Chicago. How does it work? Allow New Scientist.com to explain. "[The suit] has small robotic arms packaged in modules with microphones that send out and pick up ultrasonic reflections from objects. When the ultrasound detects someone moving closer to the microphone, the arms respond by exerting a growing pressure on the body. Seven of these modules are distributed across the suit to give the wearer as near to 360 degree ultrasound coverage as possible." "When someone is punching Spider-Man, he feels the sensation and can avoid it. »

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Comics: The Uncanny Avengers Guest Star In Young Avengers #2 Preview

23 February 2013 7:39 AM, PST

• Has Wiccan made a horrible mistake that comes back to bite everyone on their communal posteriors? Spoilers: Yes. • Does this guest star the Uncanny Avengers? Spoilers: Also Yes. • A figure from Loki’s past emerges. Friend? Foe? What will it be? Spoilers: It’s Foe. • And much more from Marvel’s most critically acclaimed book. Yes, we’re saying it’s critically acclaimed and it’s not even out yet. We are very bad. Young Avengers #2 Written by Kieron Gillen Pencils & Cover by Jamie McKelvie Variant Cover by Stephanie Hans »

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Star Wars Family Tree Chart

23 February 2013 7:04 AM, PST

For those that might be unfamiliar with the "expanded universe" characters that could be featured in the new Star Wars movies, Chart Geek has put together this handy family tree chart. As you can see it details the lineage of the characters we know and love (well, most of em) from the previous movies in the saga, right up to the sons and daughters of Han and Leia, and Luke and Mara Jade - who are rumored to be the focus of Episode VII and beyond. Personally I think the new films will definitely focus on the next generation of characters, but I don't think they will necessarily be these exact ones. Expect a lot of changes, and not just the names. »

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Giveaway: Avengers #67 "We Stand at Armageddon!"

23 February 2013 7:01 AM, PST

Want a free copy of a 1969 issue of Marvel's Avengers which sees the team of Iron Man, Thor, Yellowjacket, Goliath, Wasp and Vision take on Ultron? Then complete 1 or all 4 of these simple tasks to be entered (Note: Completing all 4 will increase your chances.) 1.) Like us on Facebook 2.) Follow @ComicBook_Movie On Twitter We're giving away a free copy of a 1969 issue of Avengers featuring Ultron. Details here.... fb.me/2bx7v7cvn— ComicBookMovie.com (@ComicBook_Movie) February 23, 2013 3.) Follow @_MarkJulian on Twitter. Ahead of Age of Ultron we're giving away a classic issue of The Avengers. Details here. comicbookmovie.com/fansites/Graph…— Mark Julian (@_MarkJulian) February 23, 2013 4.) Click the Thumbs-Up/Like Button at the bottom-left just above the comment section below. Winners will be chosen on Monday, February 25th so don't delay! The prize will be sent via FedEx or Ups. No P.O. Boxes please. Avengers #67 - "We Stand At Armageddon! »

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Micro-News: S.H.I.E.L.D. Update, Lois Lane Speaks And Next Week's Arrow

23 February 2013 6:34 AM, PST

Talking to Vanity Fair about the Academy Awards and her role in The Master, Amy Adams briefly touched on Man of Steel Well, I like girls in the media, Krista. They’re smart. Always have good glasses and a smart pencil skirt. [Laughs.] I’m being facetious. But you know I love a pencil skirt. It was so fun, such a departure from anything I had done before. And more challenging than I expected, in the nature of creating these whole entire worlds that are not there." S.H.I.E.L.D. showrunner Maurissa Tancharoen revealed that the pilot is currently in the editing bay awaiting VFX. Editing #Shield. instagr.am/p/WDwtrRKhDu/— Maurissa Tancharoen (@MoTancharoen) February 23, 2013 Frank Grillo continues to tease his physical prep for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. I hope Cap is training just as hard! Stayin one step ahead of the SuperHeros. 6:30am run. Boxing at 10:00 and weights at »

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Bryan Singer Talks About His Role In X-men: First Class

23 February 2013 6:01 AM, PST

Talking to Crave Online, Bryan Singer talks about his behind the scenes role in the X-Men franchise since directing X2. Singer talks about his involvement with X-Men: First Class and dismisses the notion that he's picking up the pieces left by Matthew Vaughn. Singer says he's been involved in the X-Men all along. Singer: It would be [weird to direct Days of Future Past] if I didn’t write the story for X-Men: First Class. I wrote the story to that movie and I produced it and I was instrumental in the casting, in design and involved in the post-production, so I was part of that movie. I initiated that movie and originated it so in that way, and worked with Matthew and I was the one who actually hired Matthew so in a way I feel like I’m not completely entering someone else’s franchise. I’m entering one that he executed wonderfully, »

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J.J. Abrams Acknowledges The Wait For Star Trek Into Darkness

23 February 2013 5:37 AM, PST

Courtesy of EW, we have some non-Star Wars talk from J.J. Abrams who sounds a bit apologetic about the long wait for Star Trek Into Darkness. Plus, Roberto Orci acknowledges the unlikelihood that Abrams returns to direct the third Star Trek entry. At a press event at Bad Robot in Santa Monica, Califronia, J.J. Abrams speaks about Star Trek Into Darkness and the lengthy wait for the film. Abrams: It’s not decades, but it’s long enough that you do have to remind people what the thing is and where it’s at,” he says. “It would have been better probably for the studio [if we'd put it out earlier], because it would have been fresher in people’s minds. But I’m happy we didn’t rush it. It wouldn’t have been a better movie if it came out earlier, I know that. Benedict Cumberbatch and Chris Pine speak about the secrecy »

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