Degree helps to know the ropes, but the research starts when you’re born. Gotta grow up and devour this stuff from as early as possible
Jim Norton writes a story about his sex life going horribly, horribly wrong.
I think it was because Wallace wants all older models who have free will gone, just to avoid what’s happening at the end anyway, a Replicant Uprising.
I think Marvel, simply because the sheer number of projects coming out ups the odds for them to do so. BUT, if and when that happens, I don’t think it’s going to be some massive drop off. If anything, it’ll be a slow burn over a few years and frankly I have no idea when that could be. All of these movies just keep…
Zero. It’s not annoying. It’s just weird that we literally expanded the science coverage immensely, moved it to a larger outlet and so many people who want more science coverage don’t know that.
I like that idea. Happy ending for Rebels, makes the destruction of Alderaan in A New Hope even more brutal.
Sure we do. We cover anything we think is cool. The problem is, unless something REALLY stand out, it just gets put in a pile and that pile builds and builds under other stuff. But, yes, we love to do weird, random, self-published indie shit. Just make sure it pops!
I think the obvious one is Fast and Furious going to space. It’s the only logical way to up the action and stakes of that increasingly ridiculous franchise. Plus, then we could cover the hell out of it!
Nah, give that rascal a pet and it’ll be okay.
I don’t know specifically but, I do know they don’t like to keep dates too concrete. They could also very easily just jump ahead a year though if that’s the case.
I once thought I’d been possessed by a demon. But in retrospect, I think I was just like waaaaay too stoned.
I mean, you can’t replace the genius of Annalee and CJ. They’re both so good, they went off to do amazing original scifi work on their own. We write ABOUT them now. So the wondrous nature of the site was obviously going to pivot a bit in their absence.
I’m with Beth. I recently rewatched it again a month ago or something and, even after seeing it 7 time in theaters, I think it’s just incredible rousing. No, it’s not as groundbreaking as the first two films but I think by following the Star Wars formula, it remains an undeniably Star Wars feeling movie.
I don’t think there’s anything, and I mean anything, that they could do that would automatically make me hate it. Even if Jar Jar came back and trained Rey or some shit, if it was handled really well and really serviced the story, I’d be open to it. I mean, they killed my favorite character of all time in the last one…
I think it comes down to if we have a writer who has the knowledge and time to cover a show and, frankly, the amount of readers who click on that coverage. We can write about a show all day but if no one is reading it, we figure there are better ways to spend our time.
Oh helllll yeah. I love my Switch. Kart 8 is great, even if you did play it on Wii U. But also Zelda, Splatoon, I’m really enjoying it.
That’s without a doubt my favorite Snoke theory.
That’s a great, great question. I think the casting is super. He looks good from what we’ve seen. But I think, in Deadpool 2, maybe not. Putting such a powerful, complex character in a supporting role opposite Deadpool might make for a good movie, but I’m not sure it’s the best place for Cable to shine. We already…
There are a lots of people who think The Force Awakens is a failure because they don’t like it which is 100% valid. So I think it’s hard to answer that on the movie itself.