Jason, Tim and maaaybe Duke seem like the kind of guys to get turned on by their s/o eating ice cream but they'd just be really embarrassed and feel guilty about being turned on so they'd sit there, blushing wondering what they did to deserve this
they’re all the same variation of vaguely hating themselves while nodding and joking with their s/o like. what did i do to deserve this. i just wanted to have Fun
Via The Hollywood Reporter, WB Animation has unveiled its cast for the upcoming feature Batman vs. Robin, which despite sharing a title with a Grant Morrison arc, is actually based on the Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo “Court of Owls” storyline that opened up their run in the New 52 era.
The film will act as a sequel to the preceding Batman and Son, with Jason O’Mara, Sean Maher and David McCallum
These animated Morgan GIFs are mesmerizing, but they become even more thought provoking when you learn that they were created by legally blind artist George Redhawk. Click an image to enlarge it.
Echoing the themes explored in the movie, Redhawk has to rely on technology, and he struggles to control his creations. The striking results show the world through the artist’s eyes.
In theaters on September 2 via 20th Century Fox, Morgan is directed by Luke Scott. He’s the son of Alien director Ridley Scott, who serves as a producer on the psychological sci-fi thriller. Watch the trailer here.
Kate Mara (House of Cards),
Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch), Toby Jones (Captain America: The First Avenger), Rose Leslie (Game of
Thrones), Boyd Holbrook (Run All Night), Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger,
Hidden Dragon), Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight), and Paul
Giamatti (Sideways) star.
Vera was normally a smart girl but she wanted to forget the pain just for once. She thought he had loved her, that he had cared for her but that was all in her head maybe even in her heart too. Bad boys didn’t love girls like her, she should’ve known. A broken heart is what landed the small pretty girl in the local bar where it was full of men that loved to degrade women, but she wasn’t in the right mind of course, foggy eyes and tear stained cheeks begging for the ache in her heart to go away. Her careless drinking lead to her being beaten for refusing sexual acts from a piece of scum, he left her on the cold cement outside of the bar to cry her eyes out even harder in the cold weather with bruises beginning to liter her fragile frame. She was tired of hurting, she wanted to feel wanted. Everything on her ached as she just laid there, sobbing, hoping just for someone to save her.
“I’m not arguing with you,” Jason rolled his eyes, continuing to dry his hair off as he turned away from the other, a sarcastic tone in his voice as he added, “You knew I was going out tonight, I don’t care if he is my ex. I’m still going and I won’t let you stop me from doing that. Besides we’re just taking a few foster kids to the movies, that’s all.”
Jason Isaacs has joined Dev Patel and Armie Hammer in
Anthony Maras’ Hotel Mumbai, the movie that chronicles the events around the attack on the Taj Mahal hotel in India, where a four-day siege by Islamic militants left 160 people dead and dozens injured.
Master and Commander’s John Collee wrote the script along with the director, using the Emmy-nominated documentary Surviving Mumbai as a basis: in 2008, hundreds of people were held hostage for sixty-eight hours by a group of heavily armed Pakistani militants, as shots rang out and an enormous fire raged. When the smoke cleared, thirty people were dead and many more had been injured. Only the courageous actions of staff and guests prevented a much higher death toll.
Director Anthony Maras is busy setting up based-on-truth drama Hotel Mumbai and already has the likes of Dev Patel, Armie Hammer and Nazanin Boniadi aboard. He’s just added Jason Isaacs to the cast list.
Maras and co-writer John Collee have based their script on 2009 documentary Surviving Mumbai, itself a chronicle of the horrific terrorist attack on the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in India in 2008. For more than 68 hours, hundreds of people were held hostage by Islamic militant attackers and gunfire soon rang out as the building also began to blaze.
164 people died and at least 308 were injured, though the heroic efforts of a few ensured that many more were saved.
Isaacs has drama The Investigator due this month and will also be seen in horror thriller A Cure For Wellness and Armando Iannucci’s next film, The Death Of Stalin.