Keith Sherwood

I know damn well I can't be the only one tired of people fancasting Jensen Ackles for Jason Todd all because he did the voice in the animated film 😴

Like there are millions of actors that are around the age Jason would be as the Red Hood, that could actually be really great! Like literally anybody but Jensen, I have nothing against him I love him but just because he did the voice doesn’t mean he has to be the live action actor too. Jensen is too old for the role and he has pretty much devoted his life and career to finishing Supernatural. Please stop fancasting him for Jason and then getting offended when nobody wants him, I can list a few actors I think would be perfect for Jason Todd and that fit in with the age range that he is when he becomes Red Hood…1. KJ Apa, 2. Dom Sherwood, 3. Alfred Enoch, 4. Asa Butterfield, 5. Freddie Highmore, 6. David Castro, 7. Johnathon Whitesell, 8. Bryshere Gray, 9. Keith Powers, 10. Noah Centineo, 11. BooBoo Stewart 12. Dacre Montgomery 13. Shameik Moore..there are soooo many talented young actors that could play him and have that chemistry with Batfleck. Y'all need to use your imagination and think outside the box a bit

Originally posted by fael811

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On this day in music history: March 22, 1990 - “Head Like A Hole” by Nine Inch Nails is released. Written by Trent Reznor, it is the second single issued from NIN’s debut album “Pretty Hate Machine”. “Head Like A Hole” is written after Trent Reznor after tours as the opening act for fellow industrial rockers Skinny Puppy in 1988, and is in part inspired by something said by Ministry leader Alain Jourgensen in concert. He states that “listening to Ministry is like having a nine inch nail hammered into your head like a hole”. “Hole” is released as a 12" and CD Maxi single, featuring remixes by Reznor, Flood, Adrian Sherwood, and Keith LeBlanc. The eleven track CD single includes remixes of “Hole” as well as “Down In It”, “Terrible Lie”, and the non-LP track “You Know Who You Are”. Clocking in over fifty-six minutes, its running time is more than eight minutes longer than the full length album that it comes from. “Head Like A Hole” peaks at #28 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart and bubbles under the Hot 100 at #109.

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On this day in music history: October 20, 1989 - “Pretty Hate Machine”, the debut album by Nine Inch Nails is released. Produced by Trent Reznor, Flood, Adrian Sherwood, Keith LeBlanc and John Fryer, it is recorded at The Right Track Studios in Cleveland, OH, Blackwing Studios, Roundhouse Studios in London, Unique Recording Studios in New York City and Synchro Sound Studios in Boston, MA from May - June 1989. While working as an assistant engineer, handyman and janitor at The Right Track Studios in Cleveland, Trent Reznor begins making his debut release under the Nine Inch Nails moniker, at night during studio off hours with the studio managers’ permission. The album features Reznor playing most of the instruments and doing much of the programming and sequencing which is done on an Apple MacIntosh Plus computer. Released on the indie label TVT Records, it is one of the first independently released albums to reach platinum status in the US and is considered a landmark record in the Industrial Rock genre. It spins off three singles including “Head Like A Hole” and “Down In It”. Due to legal issues between Reznor and his former label TVT, the album goes out of print from 1997 to 2005, before the musician acquires the rights to the the master tapes. It is reissued first by Rykodisc, then by UMe (Universal Music Enterprises) in 2010 in a newly remastered edition. “Pretty Hate Machine” peaks at number seventy five on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 3x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.