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Monday, October 20, 2014
Some of you might have seen this over the weekend at Examiner.com:
According to a Twitter post made by Latino-Review's Umberto Gonzalez on Saturday, he got some news from the the "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" set that Booster Gold and Blue Beetle was spotted on location. The Grip Department confirms this and Craft Services made the report.
Blue and Gold in Batman v. Superman? That sounds great, right? Don't get too excited; the source reported for the article later claimed he was only joking. Think of it as an April Fools' Day prank in mid-October.
Bros, the BLUE BEETLE & BOOSTER GOLD tweet was a joke! Sarcasm yo! lol
— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) October 18, 2014
(Russ Burlingame expands on how tweeting a false "breaking" news story can be considered a "joke" at ComicBook.com. Burlingame would never do such a thing, would you, Russ?)
Of course, that doesn't mean that Blue and Gold won't be in BvS:DoJ. It just means that we don't have any proof yet. We'll find out for sure when the movie hits theaters in 2016.
Friday, August 26, 2011
As has been previously revealed by his "Booster Gold" tribute song, Eddie Argos, the rock-and-rolling frontman for Art Brut, is a big Booster Gold fan. How big a fan, you ask? Pretty big.
[Argos is] so obsessed with DC character Booster Gold that he often wears a Booster Gold costume around the house. "It’s quite a nice look for me," he says.
I have no idea how big the Venn diagram of the intersection between indie rock musicians and DC comic book readers is, but it's good to know that the San Francisco Examiner thinks it's worth reporting.
You can read the whole article about Argos and his new comic-influenced album at sfexaminer.com. And if you're in San Francisco tonight and in the mood to rock, Art Brut will be playing at 9PM at The Independent.
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