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THE SUPERMAN LIVES: Essays on the Comic Book in Popular Culture By Paul Counelis
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Our cinematic hopes and dreams are a direct reflection of the society around us. We sometimes need escapism in the form of our established myths and heroes in a way that nurtures our own wellbeing,... More > especially kids. Over a series of essays, author and Rue Morgue scribe Paul Counelis examines several different instances where pop culture met comics, writing about his own personal experiences and the effects of comic book heroes on today’s culture. With looks at Spider-Man, Superman: The Movie, Batman v Superman and more!< Less
1000 Facts about Superhero Movies Vol. 3 By James Egan
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was nearly called Guardians of the Galaxy: Another Movie With Them. The Chinese poster for the Justice League shows the team killing Marvel superheroes. There is a... More > rip-off of Suicide Squad called Sinister Squad. James Franco and Tobey Maguire didn’t get on while filming Spider-Man. The hardest thing to animate in Deadpool was the scene where Colossus vomits. X-Men was rewritten 28 times. To avoid spoilers for Batman v Superman, four fake scripts were leaked online. Captain America was almost a comedy. Superman causes $2 trillion worth of damage at the end of Man of Steel. Michael Jackson wanted to play Spider-Man. Stan Lee believes the 2015 Fant4stic film failed because he wasn’t in it. Francis Ford Coppola hated Avengers: Age of Ultron so much, he quit filmmaking.< Less
1000 Facts about Superhero Movies By James Egan
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Michael Jackson desperately wanted to play the X-Men’s mentor, Professor X. Tommy Lee Jones told Jim Carrey he hated him when they first met while working on Batman Forever. Thor was nearly... More > turned into a tv special. Gwyneth Paltrow didn’t realize she was in a Spider-Man film for two years. Leonardo DiCaprio tried to make Aquaman for a decade. The CEO of Marvel did everything in his power to stop Iron Man from appearing in Captain America: Civil War. “Stalin” means “Man of Steel.” While dressed as Bane, Tom Hardy interrupted a wedding ceremony and started dancing. Chris Pratt was 60lbs overweight when he was cast in Guardians of the Galaxy. Some of the dialogue in Doctor Strange was written by the creator of Rick and Morty. Tom Hanks nearly played Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman. Robert Downey Jr. was paid over $1 million per minute in The Avengers. Bruce Wayne cameos in Watchmen. David Bowie was meant to appear in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.< Less

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