Say it with me now, /tv/.
>tfw marvel is literally taunting DC
>tfw they're gonna get past $1B with ease
>tfw they aren't even using spiderman in any of their marketing other than one line from a trailer
>tfw they are literally playing with two hands tied behind their backs and winning
DC collective suicide when?
The protagonist of the last film you watched is now Karl Urban.
How much better is it?
Was wondering how colorization of old black and white TV show work. Is there a quicker system or does every frame have to be digitally painted? And how do they know what colors belong?
Did he deserve it?
I really do feel bad for Joffrey, completely and utterly brainwashed by his mother, completely ignored by the man he thought was his father, thrust in the most difficult position and situation you can be and in the books, he was only 12.
Cast the new live action Mario film.
This was one of the weirdest movies i've ever seen simply because of Joaquin's performance. I've never seen an actor so completely different than their selves. I would absolutely love to know how he prepared for this role. He fully justed himself. He still sounds like himself but he looks totally different. Its a pretty amazing performance.
Some of the best acting I've seen and I can appreciate hoe good the movie was in an objective sense, but there was no emotional connection to anything, no one to relate to. You were just watching a series of exchanges between people you don't care about, albeit structured and performed wonderfully.
What did /tv/ think of this scene?
> TELL ME ABOUT STAN
> WHY DOES HE WEAR The Mask™?
So, after seeing Civil War, were you interested enough in Black Panther that you want to see his solo movie?
My wife's son edition
New episode starts in 5 minutes.
>“At least we can agree, the third one’s always the worst,” says Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) in X-Men: Apocalypse, on an outing with fellow trainee mutants to see Return of the Jedi in 1983.
Yep this is an actual line from the movie.
>There is a scene in the 80’s set X-Men: Apocalypse where a young Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) and Scott Summers (Tye Sheridan) exit a showing of Return of the Jedi and argue the merits of the various Star Wars films. The participants discuss “Empire Strikes Back was better” versus “Star Wars started it all” before coming to a consensus that the third films always stink. It’s intended as a jab at X-Men: The Last Stand, but it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Bryan Singer’s would-be...
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THE WITCH WASN'T REAL, EVERYONE WAS TRIPPING BALLS FROM THE CORN.
Clues were all there.
Ergot doesn't grow on corn. Furthermore, it would need to be stored a long time for the hallucinogens to be biosynthesized. Furthermore, it would make them really sick, not just give a few of them spoopy hallucinations which the audiences also see. Also, there's a flying witch at the beginning of the movie, before they're even growing the corn.
are you looking forward to Molly's Game, /tv/?
>For an unknown reason, in the late 1960s, Sobel tried to commit suicide by shooting himself through his temple, but the shot only severed his optic nerves, blinding him for life. He was later moved to a VA assisted-living home, and resided there for 17 years, before dying of malnutrition in 1987. No funeral was held.
Are you excited for his movie, /tv/?