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RUMOR: Heath Ledger to Cameo in The Dark Knight Rises?

Posted on 30 November 2010 by Christian

Could we be seeing Heath Ledger as The Joker one more time in The Dark Knight Rises? According to Showbizspy it is very possible.

We are all familiar with Heath Ledger’s brilliant performance as The Joker in The Dark Knight. Some fans have even stated they would rather not see The Joker on screen again (with another actor) due to Ledgers untimely death from an accidental overdose.

Now The Showbizspy is reporting that “sources” are saying Christopher Nolan is considering using previously unseen footage from Ledgers The Dark Knight Joker performance in the upcoming film The Dark Knight Rises.

“The idea is to use these fragments of cut scenes and use CGI to have The Joker appear one last time,

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Stan Lee Talks Captain America Cameo, Hulk TV Show And Andrew Garfield!

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian

The comic book creator reveals that he’s still not been contacted about a cameo in Captain America and shares his thoughts on a new Hulk TV series and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man…

On A Cameo In Captain America: The First Avenger:

“I don’t know. They’re filming it in London and I don’t have the time to go there. Now if they shoot any scenes here in the States, I’m sure that I will be in one of them. But I wouldn’t imagine that they’re going to change their whole shooting schedule just to accommodate my cameo, so your guess is as good as mine at the moment.”

On The Prospects Of A New Hulk TV Series:

“Oh that’s very exciting, and I think it’ll probably be very good. I can’t wait to see it.”

On Andrew Garfield Being Cast As Spider-Man:

“I’m not that familiar with him, but if the powers that be chose him, I’m sure he’ll be good. You remember when Tobey Maguire was first selected, most of the fans were angry. They felt, what kind of a guy is that for a superhero? Nobody thought it was a good idea. Yet he turned out to be great. The people at Marvel who do these things are really pretty smart. If they chose this guy, he’ll probably be terrific.”

[comicbookmovie.com]

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United Monster Talent Agency

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian

Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, the Wolfman and other Universal horror classics have been the source of numerous comics, films, books and more, and now Greg Nicotero has made his directorial debut on the short film tribute to them, United Monster Talent Agency, which imagines them as real creatures used by Hollywood. See if you can notice any famous cameos.

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