Looper is already killing it with the critics, Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore reach an undisclosed settlement concerning Moore’s involvement with The Walking Dead, pic-o-mania for Kickass 2, Thor: The Dark World, and The Wolverine plus much more after the jump…

Looper is currently clocking in with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 92%, making the Rian Johnson time travel twister one of the highest rated films of this year. Here is a neat looking animated trailer for the film that should get you even more psyched for something that you should already be pretty well psyched for… (via Rotten Tomatoes and Collider)

Men in Black director, Barry Sonnefeld, is in “talks” to direct the upcoming live action adaptation of IDW’s Lore, which has been described as, ““Men in Black with mythological creatures.” So that sounds, at the very least, consistent. (via Heat Vision)

Here’s a pic of Hugh Jackman looking very jacked and snickety snicky in The Wolverine, here’s one of Jim Carrey as Colonel Stars in Kickass 2, and here’s a bunch from the set of The Walking Dead Season 3 (via Collider and AMCTV)

Oh, and while we’re on the subject of The Walking Dead, you will be pleased to hear that Tony Moore and Robert Kirkman have reached amicable settlements in their respective lawsuits against one another over their giant pile of zombie money (via Deadline)

If you’re into that sort of thing, Dr. Who is having a pivotal episode this Saturday, entitled The Angels Take Manhattan. I have a bunch of pics for you at the link to aid you in your Wh0-vian anticipation. (via Blogtor Who)

The Mighty Thor will be traveling to all Nine Realms of Asgard in Thor: The Dark World! The upcoming sequel also brought the casting hammer down with the announcement that actors Richard Brake and Clive Russell are now confirmed to be joining the cast. (via Spinoff Online and Deadline)

The Warner Archive’s Legend of the Superheroes: The Challenge

With all this Mighty Thor news, you might be wondering, where is my hunky Ruffalo Hulk movie, Marvel? Kevin Feige would like to have a word with you about that. He told MTV to tell you that there will be no Hulk movie till after The Avengers 2 is made. So be patient, bitchesz. (via MTV Splashpage)

Frank Miller! Dark Knight Rises! Cartoon! Lookie here! (via ComingSoon.net)

Benedict Cumberbacht is  going to be totally evil in Star Trek 2 (via Huffington Post)

Lastly, for those of you who have been waiting with bated breath for Warner Brothers to release a JLA movie, I have some palliative good news for you. The Warner Archive hosted a screening of Legend of the Superheroes: The Challenge, as part of their retro-licious Action Adventure Thon last weekend at LA’s Paley Center for Media last weekend. CBR has a good write-up of the so-bad-it’s-good campy flick if you’re interested. (via CBR)Have a nice weekend.






  1. Thor (who onced used to be equal to the Hulk in strength) has been written down a lot in the comics ans, sadly, even in the Avengers movie.

    I’m hoping that in his own movie the god of thunder will get a decent showing that also shows off his broad range of powers.

    As an Aussie sci-fi writer http://www.amazon.com/Speculative-Fiction-Ultimate-Collection-ebook/dp/B00923K4P2/ref=sr_1_8?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1345929895&sr=1-8&keywords=David+Scholes I’ve written a solid collection of Marvel (espec Thor) fan fiction, why not check it out? http://www.fanfiction.net/u/1276881/David_Scholes

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