The Sinister Six – Friday Trending Topics

amazing-spider-man-annual-1I’ve been intrigued by this Sinister Six rumor for awhile, but the key question to me is how soon it all plays out. Because there’s one A-list villain left there who still deserves the bad-guy role to himself in a film before they put them all together. I’ve got it on pretty good authority that The Sinister Six are part of Sony and Marc Webb’s plans for future Amazing Spider-Man films, and now Jamie Foxx has backed this up in a new interview. At the same time, however, he appears to drop something of a spoiler for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. A huge, surprise spoiler? Nothing of the sort, just something you may rather not know.

 

Most-Read Film Stories Friday:

Jamie Foxx Seems To Spoil The Amazing Spider-Man 2 While Setting The Stage For The Sinister Six

I’ve got it on pretty good authority that The Sinister Six are part of Sony and Marc Webb’s plans for future Amazing Spider-Man films, and now Jamie Foxx has backed this up in a new interview. At the same time, however, he appears to drop something of a spoiler for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. A huge, surprise spoiler? Nothing of the sort, just something you may rather not know.

Warner Bros. Pitch Zack Snyder’s Batman As “Tired And Weary”

Which means, by implication, that Man of Steel took place in a world where, somewhere outside of that one particular story, a grown man was dressed up in a spooky costume – probably one with pointy ears – and going around beating up criminals. It’s just that he never came up in conversation.

When The Headline Says Peter Davison Is Going To Be In The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special But The Story Doesn’t 

There’s a lot going on for the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, not just the special episode, The Day of the Doctor.

Most-Read Comic Stories Friday:

Brian Bendis And Rob Liefeld’s Millie The Model

Okay, no, it’s not actually happening. But Brian Bendis and Rob Liefeld’s exchange, after Bendis had reached out to both Kevin Maguire and JH Williams III after they left DC Comics…

Garth Ennis Writes A Comic About Three Dogs At The End Of The World – Preview

In December, Bleeding Cool publisher Avatar Press is launching a new six-issue series written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Michael Dipascale, Rover Red Charlie. About three dogs trying to survive together in New York City, during the end of the world. The end of the human world, that is.

Dark Horse Comics Solicitations For December 2013 – Terminator To Halo To Game Of Thrones

Welcome to Dark Horse Comics’ solicitations for December 2013. Comics, more comics, even more comics, and a Game Of Thrones snowglobe. Dig in. BEcause we begin with JMS’ Terminator comic book…