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When all Comic Con is done, I go online (…) kind of catch up to see what every studio has done. [x]

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btw i am always 100% available for on-the-spot indiana jones dissertations

i welcome you warmly to my inbox

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marvelentertainment:

Sometimes Buzz Aldrin visits the Marvel booth and we make him an honorary Guardian! Pret-ty psyched.

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""It’s a gothic romance," he said, adding that Legendary allowed him to make it the way he wanted: R-rated, violent and beautiful."

- Guillermo del Toro talking about Crimson Peak, and also giving me the exact description I want on my tombstone. “R-rated, violent and beautiful” (via nooby-banana)
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Wonder Woman Cosplayed by V330 Creations, photographed by WeNeals

COLOR!

Also, man, this looks fantastic. Good job, everyone!

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  • Question: I thought they were rebooting the Indy series with Bradley cooper as a young Indiana - brucebannersbadmanners
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    I haven’t seen anything more conclusive than straight conjecture from anywhere at this point. the closest-to-likely thing i’ve heard is that HF only signed on to play Han Solo again (a character he disliked and said for like 30 years he never cared to revisit) on the condition he got two more indy movies. There hasn’t been anything official saying as much, though Disney did say they wanted to make two more movies when they bought the distribution rights from Paramount last December.

    I’m sure Disney wants to do more with the franchise, but they have a lot of things to deal with. E.g. bringing it into the parks with the stunt spectacular (which is rumored to be going away, but i think would be an extremely foolish and unlikely move for that park) they replaced all the Nazi swastikas with a generic iron cross. (In park terms, I think they’re pretty busy at the moment, with Avatarland in the forefront then I’m guessing next up is Star Wars [for Florida, not talking international]. I don’t think Cars Land is going to happen in Florida and I am wondering if they’re going to bring Mystic Manor or Ratatouille to the US instead.) Lucasfilm sat on Indy as a property without doing too much. I think Disney might try for an animated cartoon first, and eventually I could maybe see a series reboot, although I think that would kind of be a first for them in terms of their intellectual properties, wouldn’t it? I can’t think of any other franchise they’ve really rebooted.

    I get that the IJ movies were inspired by old serial movies (think literally captain america) but I’m personally really against both rebooting and recasting because Jones is fundamentally a different type of character than someone like James Bond. Literally my only exception for recasting a younger Indy would be Sean Patrick Flanery. In general I think it’s a really hard franchise to handle and I feel like all the non-movie material really waters it down a lot (not that Disney cares necessarily) so I generally don’t pay it much mind anyway.

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why the fuck is everyone concerning themselves with who’s getting recast as indiana jones for future movies (disney would be a fool to do this) when the discussion SHOULD be about who’s getting recast as Mutt?

i fucking dare them do have a woman.

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leonkumquat:

when my dad was in college he had a friend who told a girl he’d take her on a date unlike any other she’d ever been on and so he took her to the supermarket to watch the lobsters fighting in the lobster tank

they’re married now

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kittydoom:

A Multi-Function Clip That Hides a Toolbox In Your Hair

Um yes!

I still want to bulk buy these and adonize  batch pink.

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