Comic Con brings us another preview. This time Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. Looks a little too Snyder-y (oh the muted, blueish colors), but I like it. It seems there’s some humor in there, and the fight scenes seem to be fun.
At least when it comes to the TV side of it? I came across this article, and it once again reminded me that the TV shows are treated as second-class citizens. They try to reference the movies and score cameos, but is that enough?
Because Americans are having a holiday and the main page is basically empty.
In which we get to know the crew a little bit better. Also, there’s one joke from the book in there.
It’s a sneak peek for the Deadpool trailer (o tempora!). But it’s fun and perfectly Deadpool.
But there are some people who don't visit there, and I think this promo deserves to be seen.
An open thread for those of you who can't sleep in US, or those who don't want to do any work in EU. Of course, everyone is welcome to discuss whatever.
And here's what I got from my girlfriend:
An interesting take on Diggle's place in the show going forward. I can see their point, but on the other hand, his character is a good foil for Oliver and a bit of an everyman audience surrogate. What do you think?
[Just in case someone is afraid of of spoilers]
As you may know, Josh Dallas (Prince Charming) played Fandral in the first Thor movie. Tonight, he used a throwaway line that possibly maybe referenced this.
And it seems that one of the locations is a made-up, presumably post-Soviet and Slavic country of Sokovia.
Since both shows are on the same network and take place in the same city, do you think ABC will consider doing some kind of a crossover?
Cereal for authentic heroes
According to a report from TV Wise, Babylon 5 showrunner J. Michael Straczynski will shortly begin work on a rebooted big-screen version of his 1990s sci-fi TV series. Straczynski made the announcement at San Diego Comic-Con last week.
What an episode. And the reveals at the end. It makes me wonder if there will be a third series.
... just took on another meaning.