THe MTV Movie Awards are populated with wanna be superheroines — in every way that sentence could be taken, I expect. Bella here is definitely a wanna be superheroine:
She looks like a modern AU of Frozen where Anna and Elsa are the same person. Which is totally a comic book plot. She also looks like Wonder Girl if Wonder Girl were Sansa Stark. Which is a totally awesome idea. Read the rest of this entry »
Panel Room A
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA
Here’s Agents of Shield‘s Chloe Bennet at the Captain America : The Winter Soldier red carpet premiere:
I thought to myself, cute… but wow that dress looks like a napkin. Then I went backwards through her appearances and I discovered: Chloe Bennet REALLY LIKES napkin dresses.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier had its red carpet premiere in Los Angeles last night and the stars were shining (no stripes though).
What a nice welcome from Sharon Carter aka Emily Van Camp. Who else is in this movie? Read the rest of this entry »
I know everybody wants Katee Sackhoff for Carol Danvers in the Captain Marvel movie they’re not making. I’d be good with Katee. Or Charlize. Or Yvonne. Or Diane. Or Evan. Or Naya. But now and forever I will campaign for Naomi.
Have you encountered Ever After High? It’s another line of dolls with webisodes and eventual DVD release tie-ins a la Monster High but instead of the children of famous monsters, they’re the children of famous fairy tale characters. Not to be confused with Descendants, the upcoming series and inevitable tie-in dolls about the high school age children of famous Disney villains. Anyway, in Ever After High the kids are divided into two cliques: Royals (the children of princesses like Snow White) and Rebels (the children of people who are not princesses like the Evil Queen, Red Riding Hood, and the Mad Hatter).
This year’s Academy Awards was full of royals and the ruler of them all was newly crowned Best Supporting Actress Lupita Nyong’o:
Cinderella has arrived. Read the rest of this entry »
I have a confession to make. I might be more excited to see X-Men: Days of Future Past than Captain America: Winter Soldier or The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Don’t misunderstand, I am poised to LOVE DESPERATELY both of those films even if they are disappointments. While Days of Future Past seems poised to be a train wreck of epic proportions: there’s time travel, killer robots, congressional hearings, and at least 50,000 characters, some new to screen, others returning, some are the same character played by two different actors in two different time periods and/or timelines and others are the same character as in another franchise played by two different actors and they might share the same name (maybe?) and parts of the same history (maybe not?) but nothing that happens in this movie has anything to do with what happens in that movie. Because that is not confusing at all.
And even though there have already been entire magazines devoted to this film and even though I have read the entire comic book story arc I have NO IDEA what this movie is about. Except:
Again, don’t misunderstand: the costumes are like to be just as much of a hot mess as everything else. But! They are also delicious. Look at those belt buckles. Look at that paisley. Look at that leather. Look at Xavier’s completely amazing loafers. Look at them!