Because it is actually impossible to pick only one.
How these are not behind-the-scenes images off a Wonder Woman-esque film set I DO NOT KNOW.
This post contains spoilers for the Game of Thrones episode “First of His Name”.
I have always admired the costumes of Game of Thrones and I have often wanted to discuss them in some depth but I have never been compelled to until I saw this:
There are layers and layers of truths shared in this scene between familial enemies Oberyn Martell and Cersei Lannister. Both players have hidden and not so hidden agendas. There are veiled threats and open secrets on each side. Oberyn wants to kill Lannisters, and all the Lannisters know it. Cersei wants to kill kind of everyone, but at the moment mostly Tyrion, and she will do whatever she has to to make it happen. Oberyn is proud of the gilded cage his family has Myrcella in. Through him Cersei gifts her daughter a boat that she may as well have named Escape Clause. But in the midst of all this scheming and deceiving, they are connected. They are alike.
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.