mr-smith1466
Mr Smith1466
mr-smith1466
Oct 25
8

On Twitter, he recently noted that DC Comics gave him “carte blanche” to do what he wanted with the movie, saying one of the things he wanted the company to agree to before he signed on was that “no character was protected by DC.” Read more

Oct 25
12

Carte Blanche like Shane Black got for Iron Man 3 so he ended it with Tony destroying all his suits and giving up the Iron Man life? Then there he is in Age of Ultron flying around and there’s one quick line that’s basically, ‘Nah.’ That kind of Carte Blanche?

Oct 25
17

I’d wager actual cash the only reason Idris signed up in the first place is because his character gets killed off.

Oct 24
6

Ben Wheatley is one of those directors that the internet is convinced people should care about.

Oct 23
25

Uh, he puts himself through the take too? It's not like he's sitting there doing nothing.

Oct 23
7

I think Fuller ended Hannibal pretty definitively once he knew they weren’t coming back, and that ending, given those circumstances, was appropriately romantic and ridiculous and absurd. Recapturing that magic again would seem impossible. 

Oct 23
4

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

Oct 22
119

It’s not that they asked Joe Biden easy questions so much as when Joe Biden gets asked a tough question he doesn’t visibly fold like a damn card table.

Oct 22
38

The decision to storm out like a petulant toddler was Trump’s own. Nobody can coach that kind of petty brittleness. Read more

Oct 22
64

His campaign must be punking him these days out of desperation and knowing they’re going to lose - “Hey Don, you know what would help your poll numbers? If you storm off 60 minutes like a whiny little bitch and then brag about how great you were on it - think you can do that?”

Oct 22
2

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

Oct 21
2

Yep. Supes showing up in time to save Lois but letting Jimmy die in BvS was a active choice Snyder made.

Oct 21
2

That’s his inner Ayn Rand. In his mind, Superman can’t do anything out of the goodness of his heart. It’s all transactional. Read more

Oct 20
1

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

Oct 19
1

Wait, why’s it logical for Jor-El to keep showing up? Or do you mean because he was a hologram (or whatever it was) in MoS?

Oct 19
1

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. 

Oct 15
1

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.