Deadpool, Korg React to ‘Free Guy’, Marvel Short ‘The Simpsons’ Couldn’t Make a Stan Lee Cameo & More – / Film


(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos on anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and anything else that catches our eye, this is the place to be to find whatever goes through the cracks.)

In this edition of Superhero Bits:

  • free guy receives a marketing boost from dead Pool and Korg
  • Miles Morales gets a makeover for its 10th anniversary
  • Find out how much Black Widow the trailer images were not incorporated into the film
  • See the character posters for the Loki variants
  • Learn what characters could possibly form The Black Avengers in the MCU
  • All this and more

Miles Morales gets a makeover for his 10th anniversary

Storyboard artist Chase Conley revealed the new look he works for Miles Morales in honor of the character’s 10th anniversary in Marvel Comics. Inspired by the character’s appearance in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, the updated design incorporates a hoodie and sneakers into the new look, helping to give the character “a different figure”.

Richard E. Grant wanted a muscular costume for classic Loki

Scene thief Richard E. Grant Couldn’t be more thrilled to have played Classic Loki on Marvel’s Loki series. However, there was something the actor wished he had in his wardrobe that just didn’t happen. Talk to ColliderGrant explained that he wanted the muscles of classic Marvel Comics art. The actor said:

“They sent me the costume design with my face on it. It was the classic Loki from Jack Kirby’s 60s illustrations and it was a fantastic muscle costume. As you can see, I was born without any. When I got to Atlanta and said, ‘So where’s the muscular suit that I put on before I put on the green tights?’ They said, “What muscle combination? And I said, ‘Well, like the drawings.’ They said, ‘No. We don’t have one for you. And I said, ‘Well, I don’t have any muscles to fill that in.’ And they said, ‘Ah, don’t worry about that.’ And I said, ‘I’m worried about this.’ And I always worry about it, and I always complain about it because I wanted those muscles.

I think we probably all want muscle like the classic Loki, but sometimes it’s just not in the cards.

Mark Ruffalo didn’t get a tattoo from the Avengers cast

Scarlett johansson made a virtual visit to Late night with Seth Meyers talk about Black Widow, work with David Harbor, and more. She also explained how the original Avengers have a band tattoo, but Marc Ruffalo just couldn’t be convinced to join the ritual no matter how hard they all tried to convince him. Also, someone needs to teach Scarlett Johansson to say “swag”.

Stan Lee on The Simpsons

Marvel denied archiving Stan Lee Cameo in The Simpsons Short

The simpsons recently released a Marvel-themed short film on Disney + featuring Loki, and it includes dozens of Easter eggs referencing movies and comics. However, there was one thing that Marvel said couldn’t be in the short, and that was an archival cameo from Stan lee who allegedly used old recordings of previous guest appearances. Showrunner Al Jean explained to

“It wasn’t a joke. We just thought, ‘Oh, we have Stan Lee’s audio from when he was on our show, could we see him come in? And they said their policy is that he doesn’t make a cameo now that he’s dead, which is a totally understandable policy.

Tom Hiddleston talks about Loki, what if …?, And more

Tom hiddleston practically stopped by Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon, where they talked about working on Marvel’s Loki series. The conversation also turned to by marvel What if…? animated series, play tennis with Owen Wilson, and more.

David Harbor in Black Widow

Black Widow Trailer That Isn’t In The Movie

If you’ve watched Marvel’s trailers and TV spots Black Widow time and time again, you’ve probably noticed that there is some footage and dialogue that didn’t end up in the movie. Comic Book Resources has a breakdown of the various clips and lines that have been featured in marketing but have been cut somehow. We know there is lots of Red Guardian footage that remains to be seen, so hopefully some deleted scenes make it to the home video.

What characters could form the Dark Avengers?

Now that Contessa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus) recruited both John Walker (Wyatt russell) and Elena Bolova (Florence pugh) for his mysterious team in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this video imagines what other characters might end up being part of the team known as The Black Avengers. It’s no surprise that they are all motivated by the death of an important person in their life.

Alligator Loki Poster

Marvel is giving away Lokis variant character posters

Marvel Studios donated the most Loki variations of their own character posters. Richard E. Grant, Jack Calf, DeObia Oparei, a digital alligator and the latest variation of Loki played by Tom hiddleston all get the spotlight. We wanted to let Alligator Loki shine here, but you can see the rest of the character posters in Marvel’s Twitter feed.

Deadpool and Korg react to free Guy

Finally, in an impressive synergy between 20th Century Studios and Disney, the latest promotion of free guy involved Ryan reynolds as dead Pool and Taika Waititi as Korg of Thor: Ragnarok react to the movie trailer. It’s arguably the most expensive reaction video ever, but it’s a fun way to free guy, even if it seems a little hopeless. Either way, this is the first true cross between Deadpool and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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