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Watch Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes First Micro-Episode with Iron Man

Watch Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Second Micro-Episode with The Incredible Hulk

All Star Superman Trailer

New Promo Poster For Marc Webb's Spider-Man reboot which would be in 3D

Director David Slade Meets with Hugh Jackman for Wolverine 2?

In an article spotlighting "30 Days of Nights" director, David Slade had this to say about his potential involvement with the Wolverine sequel: 

As to what's next for Slade, he says Internet reports of him working with Hugh Jackman on an upcoming Wolverine sequel are premature.

"I can say that I've met with Hugh Jackman and he is a very nice fellow, but you never know with these things," the director says. "There are several projects I'm interested in now, and that's one of them."

In addition to starring, Hugh Jackman returns also as a producer on the film, which is why he's being such an active participant in the choosing of directors. 

But no matter who directs, Fox and Jackman seem intent on filming next year for a 2012 release.

X-Men First Class's Professor Speaks

Actor James McAvoy (Wanted) talks about his portrayal of a young Prof X in X-Men's prequel and how he might stacks up to Sir Patrick Stewart!
James McAvoy, who is portraying young Charles Xavier in "X-Men: First Class",a prequel to the original trilogy that will be directed by Matthew Vaughn, talks about his portayal of the character and how it will differ from Patrick Stewart's: 

"I'm basically going to try and bury Patrick's performance (LAUGH)."

McAvoy talks about the fun behind the prequels:

"I think the fun about these films, when you go back and you either reboot or do a prequel, is you get to see how people became who they are. That means that you have to do them differently and by the end of the movie you have to do them the same way. The interesting journey is what happens to them, what changes them, what makes them evolve — not just mutate, but emotionally and psychologically evolve."

"They wanted me to have hair," he said. "They didn't want me to go bald and I walk as well."

"I would suggest by the end of the movie and the start of the next movie, it'll be more like what Patrick does," said McAvoy, adding, "Or maybe not. Maybe it will still be in a period of flux, if there is a new movie.""

"X-Men: First Class" will open June 2011.

Justice League Movie Not Anytime Soon according to DC Entertainment

Diane Nelson has told IGN that DC have no intention of following in the footsteps of Marvel Studios and will instead focus on "standalone experiences" rather than anything like The Avengers...
"People make an assumption that we're going to mirror Marvel's strategy, for example with Avengers," the President of DC Entertainment told IGN Movies in an interview earlier today. "We do have a very different attitude about how you build a content slate. And it isn't necessarily about connecting those properties together to build into a single thing."

And if that wasnt seemingly proof enough that they have no intention of making a Justice League movie anytime soon, Nelson added: "We think we've got great stories and characters that will lend themselves to great standalone experiences, and that's the way we're focusing on it."

"You know, it's funny...I really enjoy the healthy competition that exists but also the competition that people assume and, to some extent, project onto us. There is a healthy competition as there would be in any business. But we do not spend our days thinking about what Marvel is doing," she added when asked about whether or not DC is playing catch-up to Marvel in terms of its feature film output.

She finished by saying that while she's happy that Marvel are doing well, nothing they do influences the decisions made by DC Entertainment. "There is not a single thing we've done that has been reactive to Marvel from the creation of DC Entertainment to today. People can speculate, but they are wrong." 
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