1. popculturebrain:

    New Trailer: ‘Orange Is the New Black' Season 2 - June 6

  2. fishcustardandthecumberbeast:tsundereslasher:

    E.T., what about E.T.?

    That moment when Jeremy Renner realises he’s in his 40’s.

    (via thegreg)

  4. Regarding Recent Happenings In ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ (Spoilers)

    I’m completely sold on Ward (Brett Dalton) having been a HYDRA agent the entire time. He’s not only a HYDRA Agent, he’s one seriously morally bankrupt person. I hope the showrunners stick with this character development and don’t try to redeem Ward. Turn him into the Angelous character equivalent for Coulson’s team. You can only shoot so many S.H.I.E.L.D agents in the head as and excuse for maintaining deep cover. 

    The hardest part to stomach about ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ is the forced notion that Skye (Chloe Bennet) and Ward share any romantic chemistry. I get it, these two are the most conventionally attractive people on the show. Sadly these two actors don’t share any sort of  romantic or sexual chemistry. Agent Ward and Ming-Na had a far more interesting sexual chemistry with the older woman younger man dynamic. Explore that more. Keep Agent Ward being a total dickhead murderer and a threat to Coulson’s team. And MORE Patton Oswalt & Bill Paxton.

  5. Train Driver Kicks a Selfie-Taking Teen in the Head

    Train Conductor = Hero

    Vigilante justice. Someone’s gotta teach these dumbass kids a lesson. 


  6. Sounds like if you enjoy anything about Durham’s Central Park area expect it to be turned into a luxury condo sooner or later. It was fun while it lasted. 

  7. 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' | Final Trailer

    This is exactly the type of trailer that this film has been needing. We finally get an awesome display of various mutant powers, and understand that the stakes are higher than they have ever been. I’m still worried that Bryan Singer is juggling an awful lot for one film. Not only is this film going to try and retcon the mistakes made in ‘X-Men: Last Stand’ so that FOX can make X-Men films in the present timeline, but it’s also going to set a new status quo for the ‘First Class’ franchise. This is also all on top of trying to tie into the pre-existing X-Men films and set-up ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ (which will be another alternate timeline story based on the ‘Age of Apocalypse’ story). That’s so much for one movie to handle. 

    What I want most from this movie is for it to retcon the deaths of Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) & Cyclops (James Marsden). Somehow they undid the death of Professor X between ‘Last Stand’ & ‘The Wolverine’. Jean & Scott are a critical part of the X-Men franchise, and hopefully they have realized that now in hindsight of killing them off.

    I’m truly excited for this film, but slick visuals won’t save this film unless it has a solid story that makes people care about these characters again.

    Bonus points to this movie if it can explain how Nicholas Hoult turns into Kelsey Grammar.

  8. This is absolutely terrifying. Please, let’s never have Alex Ross do another piece of Archie art ever, again. I feel like this is a scene from the new ‘Purge’ flick.


  9. Dick Grayson is trading his superhero suit for secret-agent cool. Batman’s former sidekick embarks on a new life as an undercover super spy in the comic book Grayson, an action-adventure series premiering July 2 from DC Comics. It’s written by Tim Seeley (Revival) and Tom King, a former CIA counterterrorism operations officer. After a career of being overshadowed by his cape-and-cowled father figure, this is a chance for Grayson “to take off the mask and step out on his own in a world where he’s not simply being another hero like the hero he grew up with,” King says.

    The current Nightwing series ends with Issue 30, due May 28. In the current Forever Evil event series, Dick Grayson has been outed in a villain-infested landscape as Nightwing and captured by the Crime Syndicate of Earth 3. (He’s also seemingly murdered, but it doesn’t take.) Batman, though, wants him to transition to a different heroic life for the greater good — it’s “a hard sell,” Seeley says — and tells him why he needs his former partner to stay dead, not only to the world at large but to Batgirl, Alfred Pennyworth and the rest of the “Bat-family.”

    Of course DC reveals Dick Grayon’s  final fate in a press statement and not in the Forever Evil comic. There’s was no way DC was going to kill off Dick Grayson, but transitioning the character into a super spy is odd. The best thing that can be said about this is that DC is sticking with Dick Grayson’s identity being exposed, and having him go underground as an agent for Batman. Hopefully this change in status quo change for the character will lend to some interesting new stories for Dick Grayson.

  10. Elizabeth Olsen Photographed By Hunter & Gatti For Flaunt May 2014

    (Source: flaunt.com)