The Fangirly Diary of a Geek Girl: The most human
And now for something truly outrageous, here’s the first official image from Jem and the Holograms! I still need to see how The Misfits look tho! After all, their songs are better~
You know that poster where all the Avengers are overrun by a bunch of Ultrons? Seems it will indeed happen in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Or so Joss Whedon implies in an interview with Yahoo! Movies~
You know they’re going to fight Ultron. You know Ultron has a tendency to build hundreds of Ultrons. So that’s going to lead you in a certain direction, but the hard work of the thing is making sure everyone feels serviced and integrated. So, in the beginning it’s fun. You’re thinking, ‘What would be fun, what would be cool?’ The whole movie [Age of Ultron] is a process of changing everything and keeping everything the same. You want to hit all the things that made people love the first movie, but you also want to make something new or why are you here.
Daredevil costume designer Stephanie Maslansky says that Matt Murdock doesn’t make his Daredevil costume himself in the series. At least the more recognizable one of “red outfit and horns”. Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight expands a bit more on the subject about Matt not having costume making skills:
Without giving too much away, this show is Matt learning to be a hero. He starts in that first iteration of the Daredevil outfit which is taken very much from Frank Miller and The Man Without Fear. But I always questioned [the main costume]. I mean, one, he’s blind. Did he stitch it together himself? How did he manage all that? So, actually getting him to that point I thought was really interesting.
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. started their poster promotion with one for “Aftershocks”, the return episode of Season 2 and it shows Raina and Skye as Inhumans. Yep, we are getting one for each episode.
Some are more graphic, some are more character based, some are more composite, and some are cleaner. And that’s one of the things we really look forward to each week, getting the initial sketches back from the artists and seeing their interpretation. It’s really fun to see how each one is unique and different, and we hope fans want to collect all of them—I know I do!
The finale of The Walking Dead season five will be an extended 90-minute episode airing March 29. So yep, we might be sad it is ending, but hey we are getting more!
Ridley Scott won’t direct Blade Runner 2, instead we get Denis Villeneuve. Dude is in negotiations! A sure bet is Harrison Ford, who will return for the role of Deckard. The story takes place several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 original.
I feel like, ultimately, the story is not the right story. I still think the satirical idea of a ring, filled with rich people, hovering above the impoverished Earth, is an awesome idea. I love it so much, I almost want to go back and do it correctly. But I just think the script wasn’t… I just didn’t make a good enough film is ultimately what it is. I feel like I executed all of the stuff that could be executed, like costume and set design and special effects very well. But, ultimately, it was all resting on a somewhat not totally formed skeletal system, so the script just wasn’t there; the story wasn’t fully there.
Empire Magazine gave us more Spectre images, including how Dave Bautista looks as Mr. Hinx! Dude seems chuffed with his new character and I am just glad he has a career~
When I came over to meet Sam [Mendes], I only asked two questions. I asked him if Mr. Hinx was a badass. He said, ‘Yes, he’s a badass.’ I said, ‘Well, is Mr. Hinx intelligent?’ He said, ‘Very.’ That’s what I like about Mr. Hinx. He’s very well-dressed and very well-mannered. I’m not just here to fight people. He has a sense of humour. He definitely knows what a metaphor is.