“Rupert’s the guy I go to when I want to be relaxed and have a good laugh. His dressing room is like a child’s wonderland with every kind of game, every kind of sweet, every kind of whatever you can imagine. I go to him if I want to snuggle up on the sofa and watch television.”—Emma Watson (via alwaysthetoneof-surprise)
hey all! so, i decided whenever i watch a movie, im going to try to do a review on it. just one more perk of being in my mind. lol! but yeah, so i went to the dollar theater last night with some friends and we saw Let Me In. its about a little boy named Owen, who befriends a little girl his…
Or you could watch the frigging original frigging movie, LET THE RIGHT ONE IN. Fuck.
^Amen. or read the goddamn book. and its not a coming of age story, its a love story
“The idea is to use these fragments of cut scenes and use CGI to have The Joker appear one last time,” a source explained. “Chris wants some continuity between movies and for the franchise to pay tribute to Heath and his portrayal of the Joker.”
It is thought only a snippet of footage will be used, although the plan is only in the early stages at the moment. If it goes ahead it is likely to be a hit with fans and industry professionals alike, as Heath’s portrayal of the Joker has gone down in film history as one of the most intense depictions of a character ever seen.
“It would only be a fleeting moment in the movie and would only be included with the full consent of Heath’s family,” the source added.
Please take this gigantic grain of salt.
Obviously it’s a great idea, but I’m pretty skeptical as to how it’s going to look in the end.
Nolan already said that the Joker will not be in the last batman film and has said it numerous times. Also the Riddler and Mr. Freeze will not be villains in it
“The newspaper headline screams: “Eighteen-Year-Old Slain by Husband after Giving Birth.” As you continue reading, you learn that the young woman was brainwashed by a strange blood-drinking cult who call themselves a “family,” though none of the members were actually related. The young woman’s husband was much older than she and had a history of violence. In fact, you learn that her husband used to stalk her prior to her marriage, watching her secretly from the woods near her home and climbing into an unsecured window at night to watch her sleep without her knowledge. Once the young woman, then seventeen, was initiated into a relationship with the man and his “family,” she was encouraged to marry right after her high school graduation. The young woman reportedly had bruises all over her body after returning from her honeymoon, where she also reportedly became pregnant. Her husband was not happy about the pregnancy and wanted her to have an abortion. She refused, eventually leading to him ripping the child from her womb, then, draining her of her blood until she finally stopped breathing. Sounds torturous and sick, doesn’t it? But in fact, this is the basis of a tween-teen literary phenomenon called the Twilight saga…”—
Twilight and Philosophy, p.178 (chapter by Rebecca Housel)