(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates and videos about anything and everything inspired by comics from Marvel, DC, etc. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events and whatever attracts us, this is the place to look for anything that slips through the rift.)
In this edition of Superhero Bits:
“Black Panther” surpassed “Top Gun” at the box office.
“Shazam! Fury of the Gods” was not restarted.
A new movie of “Thor: Love and Thunder”.
Get ready to celebrate Batman Day 2022.
All that and more!
Marvel Reveals Next Generation of Elite Artists, Aka The 2023 Stormbreakers
Starting in 2020, Marvel Comics kicks off its Stormbreakers program to highlight up-and-coming artists who are seen as the next big thing. These artists would then go on to contribute to some of the biggest titles in the publisher’s library. The video above reveals the class of 2023, whose lineup includes Elena Casagrande (“Black Widow”), Nic Klein (“Thor”), Jan Bazaldúa (“Legion of X), Chris Allen (“Miles Morales: Spider-Man”) “), Martin Coccolo (“Deadpool”), Lucas Werneck (“The Immortal Mutant”), CF Villa (“X-Men”) and Federico Vicentini (“X Deaths of Wolverine”) Congratulations to the artists! keep an eye out for these names in 2023 and beyond, dear readers.
Grant Gustin is training hard for the final season of The Flash
Personal trainer for the stars Ben Bruno gave a small update on “The Flash” season 9, which will bring the long-running show to an end. Grant Gustin, who will return to complete his run as Barry Allen, is seen training and doing some pretty impressive work, getting into superhero form before filming. Something like a decade in his life when this character and Gustin are still putting into the work. It’s hard not to respect it. There is no word on when the show will return but it is expected to launch in 2023.
Alex Ross’s first graphic novel, Fantastic Four: Full Circle, is out
The legendary Alex Ross has been a one-of-a-kind artist in the comic book industry for decades now. But the man forged a new background with “Fantastic Four: Full Circle,” which represents the first time he’s tackled an entire graphic novel on his own, as an artist and house. Literature. The book is out now, and as Ross detailed in the tweet above, fans can even get an autographed copy. Those interested can choose one of the multiply here.
Top Gun: Maverick Tops Black Panther is the 5th biggest movie ever at the box office
Because the box office was so bad over Labor Day weekend, “Top Gun: Maverick” once again made a very good money even though it only hit theaters in May. Well, all that money added up as the sequel to the ’80s classic broke into the all-time top 5 at the domestic box office with a total of $701,230,000, according to Box Office Mojo. That means Marvel’s “Black Panther,” ($700,426,566), has been dropped from the top five. But we’ll see what “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” has to say about that when it launches in November.
Watch The Rock Fans Amazed at Black Adam’s Performance
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has been trying to make the movie “Black Adam” for a very long time and finally, the movie will hit theaters in October. Recently, the actor turned wrestler has suggested. a little behind the curtain of one of the previews that Warner Bros. organization for the movie. And, did you know, The Rock showed up in person to surprise attendees? As one might expect, people freaked out when he showed up and it was a great moment. Now, if the general audience reacted kindly to the film, Warner Bros. and the DC universe might be in good shape.
No, Shazam! The wrath of the gods is unresolved
The rumor mill has been stirring since the end regarding DC (for obvious reasons) but one thing we can put to bed? “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” will not be showing again and is on track for its current release date. This was confirmed by the film’s director David F. Sandberg in a recent Instagram Q&A (per Comic Resources). The filmmaker leaves no room for ambiguity here.
“No. I’ve seen reports that Shazam is being ‘retooled’ but that’s not true. The cut has been locked for a while and we’re doing the final mixing, dithering and vfx. Everyone They were all happy with the movie and We wouldn’t work any longer just because of the release date. They thought Aquaman’s earlier date was a better fit for us and that’s why we moved. don’t spin more.”
Now, if Warner Bros. can find a new head of DC Films, that’s great. “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” is out now in theaters on March 17, 2023.
Check out this new Thor: Love and Thunder movie
Those who haven’t seen “Thor: Love and Thunder” in theaters or are just waiting to see it again will soon be able to. The film will drop on Disney+ Thursday as part of this year’s Disney+ Day celebrations. And, in anticipation, the folks at Marvel have released a new movie that offers a behind-the-scenes look at director Taika Waititi’s latest contribution to the MCU. Check it out for yourself above and stream “Love and Thunder” live on Disney+ this Thursday, September 8. Those waiting for the Blu-ray still have to wait a few weeks.
DC Announces Batman Day Festival 2022
Finally, this year’s Batman Day will be on Saturday, September 17, and DC has announced a lot of great things to come to make it easy for fans to celebrate in any way they choose. Some free “Batman” comics will be available at participating comic stores, an in-game event revolving around Batman in “Multiversus” is underway, and “Injustice 2” on mobile will be giving away gifts. Batman is free that week, DC will launch a digital collectible line and more. Perhaps most importantly, Cinemark theaters will have a bunch of Batman Day movies on that day, including “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm,” as well as “Batman” and “Batman Returns” by Tim Burton. A complete list of what is happening and details of said developments can be found by multiply here.
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