So recently in an interview with Empire Magazine Suicide Squad’s Cara Delevingne said that superhero movies are totally sexist and that “Female superheroes are normally naked or in bikinis. No one would be able to fight like that. Wonder Woman, how the hell does she fight? She would be dead in a minute.” Let me say it before going deeper into this I’m actually a Feminist and I support equality around different media and support women empowerment, but what is Cara Delevingne talking about!? If anything comic book movies along with the TV Shows are doing a great job with female characters, while there may no be a female led superhero movie yet, female characters play an important role in both TV and movies, let’s not forget that Black Widow was basically another protagonist in Captain America: Winter Soldier.
So by now it has been confirmed that Wolverine 3 will be Hugh Jackman’s last X-Men movie, so what should happen next? Should we get some Wolverine-free movies? Should a new actor be cast to take over Jackman’s role as Wolverine right away? I would recommend Fox to introduce a fan favorite character who will become Wolverine in the All New Marvel Universe, and that character is Laura Kinney a.k.a. X-23.
So along the list of not-so-well-known actors being considered for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Spider-Man was an actor which surprised me back in 2012 after seeing him play a strong supporting role opposite Naomi Watts in J.A. Bayona’s The Impossible.
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In the last few years comic books have taken over the TV Shows and Movies, with 10 TV Shows airing this season and even more to come (Fear The Walking Dead, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Jessica Jones, Lucifer, Vixen, Preacher, Teen Titans, etc.). So in this post I intend to list what in my opinion have been the best 5 TV Shows that aired during the Fall 2014 to Spring 2015 season. Read More
So lately I’ve been investing more time than I’d like to admit playing Mortal Kombat X, which has been a FANTASTIC game and the strongest game in the series for sure. But while playing Mortal Kombat X I came across some changes that I wouldn’t have expected from Mortal Kombat and I have to say it was nice to see them.
Although some people on the internet *cough* GameFAQS boards *cough* have been so against this changes, there are also others more accepting of this changes in the Mortal Kombat series, like a lot of Reddit users.
So what are these changes that I’m glad and surprised to see in Mortal Kombat?
I began this blog when I still was in high school, but I abandoned it a few years back, so I decided it’s time to relaunch the blog, it’s time for a new beginning:
“I AM A NERD!”
Those are words that I would most likely never had said while I was still in school (around 4+ years ago) because despite the fact that if it was obvious or not, saying I’m a nerd felt like something bad while I was still in high school, and of course little old, shy, introverted, no self-esteem me didn’t want to label myself with something bad, because of course silly old me wanted to be popular or be liked by everyone, so stupid old me didn’t want to be so different than the cool kids, or at least what I perceived the “cool” kids were like, now I’m aware that I had a wrong concept about a lot of classmates, and that they’re not like old me thought they were.