Big Brother 18, Ghost Devin addition.
Feeds are UP
Name a better way to obtain kino.
Protip: You can't. Netflix can't compete.
They say home is where the heart is, so what does it say about my heart that whenever I click my heels together I end up at the fucking titty bar?
>Everyone in this town thinks they got a shot at getting my lucky charms Ray, what they don't realize is that they're the leprechaun, and I'm the rabbit that's just robbed them of all their trix.
>it's a cardassian-centric episode
>you have all the knowledge up to the current season of GoT.
>you are teleported to their world at the beginning of the season
whom do you tell all you know?
So what was wrong with this movie? It was perfect, some little hits and bumps along the way, but nothing TOO bad.
It's the best Capeshit movie, and its going to be hard to beat it so tell me, is there something wrong with this movie or is it a bunch a bullshit?
Marvel Shills did their best to shitpost the theatrical cut
Now that everyone is realizing it's legit fucking artistic and aesthetic, they are doubling down and going psychotic trying to shitpost even more
So did they just drop this plotline or? Edition
Pic very related
I have never seen movie toys go on clearance before the movie has even opened.
This is sad
MAN OF STEEL (2013)
>Warner Bros Pictures greenlit the reboot in order to retain the rights to certain aspects of the character during the legal battle with the heirs of Superman's creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Several directors and writers pitched their ideas for the story, among them Mark Millar, who advocated for a six movie sage chronicling Superman's entire life from his birth to his death, tentatively directed by Matthew Vaughn.
>Millar envisioned the first movie set entirely in Krypton and ending with Kal-El's rocket ship crash-landing in Smallville, Kansas; and the final movie culminating with Superman as the last man alive, having outlived all of his loved ones, left alone in an Earth ravaged as the Sun is on the verge of going supernova, like Krypton's once did. As it becomes red, stripping Superman of his powers, Superman embraces death and perishes when the Sun explodes and consumes the Earth.
>David S. Goyer created a concept for a modern, realistic approach on Superman while mapping out the plot of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES with Christopher Nolan, who then advocated in his favor with WB, leading to Goyer being selected as the writer. Nolan's brother and collaborator Jonathan Nolan was initially expected to direct the movie, but declined as he felt the project was too risky for his directorial debut.
>Ben Affleck was approached to direct the movie, but declined.
>Matt Reeves, Duncan Jones and Jonathan Liebesman were the frontrunners to direct the movie before Zack Snyder was hired. Darren Aronofsky was in advanced talks beforehand, but WB parted ways with him because he requested to revise Goyer's draft to his liking, and it required a bigger timetable than WB could afford in order to retain the rights.
>Although Goyer is the only credited writer, Snyder's collaborator Kurt Johnstad reportedly heavily doctored the script based on Snyder's notes.
>In early drafts, the war on Krypton was longer, including a segment in which Zod besieges Jor-El's observatory with robotic hounds, which are fought off by Kelex in a massive combat exoskeleton.
>In early drafts, Zod would unleash Faora and Nam-Ek upon China and the Middle East, respectively, and they'd level entire cities as a demonstration of Zod's power.
>In early drafts, Zod would be exiled to the Phantom Zone alongside his men, but Snyder and Goyer believed that...
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How come they never fucked?
>Well, I think...they could never end up together you know? That's the way those shows were made. They're smart enough to know that it would be a bad idea. So they avoid it. They like each other, and it works perfectly, so long as you keep that aspect out of it. A lot of television shows are built around that, where you have people wondering and guessing when they're going to get together that way. And I'm not saying that always ruins everything, but it ruins it enough of the time to give you pause.
>They making 3 more Fast And Furious Movie.
Can somebody explain why is this franchise loved yet its basically the same as Transformers Minus the robots?
In a strange turn of events
>it's a sexual tension episode