Exactly. Take five years or so off, and then come back when the Rader story would be more appropriate. This is the same thing I’ve been hoping for with Hannibal. Jumping right to Silence of the Lambs would’ve been a mistake. Now that there have been a few years to separate things, this is the time they should revive… Read more
“Then I saw a beast come out of the sea with ten horns and seven heads; on its horns were ten diadems, and on its heads, one word: Damaged”
Yep. Supes showing up in time to save Lois but letting Jimmy die in BvS was a active choice Snyder made.
There’s a clip of the Graham Norton show with Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe that begins with Cavill talking about how he was called “Fat Cavill” as a kid, but a chat he had with Crowe at the time and a care package Crowe sent him really helped him on his way to acting. While everyone’s having a laugh at fat Cavill,… Read more
I liked him a lot in The Big Short. Strong’s character in The Big Short is who Kendall Roy thinks he is in his mind. He acts very much like that character in the first 20 minutes of the pilot before he ends up having to call Dad for help, and then that false bravado crumbles away.
Plus they were in the mode of “one new season a year - come hell or high water!” Some shows need a year and a half or two to let the story gel. Prestige shows do it now and it’s not looked upon as terrible.