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You know, I will never understand why people hate the DCEU so much. I get trolls. I understand what they are trying to do. But why the hatred from everyone else? Not liking the movies is fine, but a lot of people act as if the DCEU killed their family. Critics especially act as if they resent the DCEU for some reason. They even mention BvS in reviews that have nothing to do with it. And I don’t get it. With the exception of the Star Wars prequels, I’ve never seen a franchise get so much venom. It’s insane and completely undeserved.

I’d much rather BvS have gotten Oscar noms for cinematography, sound mixing, original score, costume design, VFX, and screenplay, like honestly BvS > SSkwad but at the same time I’m glad Suicide Squad won an Oscar cos, it’s a win for the DCEU, yet another Oscar in DC’s pocket, and honest to god, the Suicide Squad makeup team DID THAT™

First internal laugh of the day:

One of my aides texted me a link to an article entitled “Medical marijuana gives life to seizure-stricken girl”.

I doubt I would try it if I was given the opportunity or encouraged to, but also: being on a long-term, high-dose benzodiazepine, with frequency increased again earlier this year because physical tolerance, rapid metabolizing, and all that jazz, and then mentioning medical marijuana, might seem a bit suspicious.

“We might still need to add another dose of the [booming voice] Controlled Substance [/bv]. Also: pot?”

wheres the fic where Clark Kent gets caught kissing Batman, and then gets hounded by the media every waking moment because “average civilian is dating Batman!!” and Clarks mourning the loss of his anonymity, meanwhile Bruce thinks its fucking hilarious, enjoy dealing w the press in both of your alter egos now, pretty boy, so Clark waits several months for the whole thing to die down before showing up as Superman to some party Bruce is attending and flying up to Bruce and going “paybacks a bitch” and just full on makes out with him in front of like a million reporters

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When filming the argument scenes in 2010’s Blue Valentine, writer/director Derek Cianfrance gave instructions to Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling individually without the knowledge of the other in order to create more tension between Dean and Cindy. For Williams, Cianfrance would instruct her to try to leave the room, use any way to break out of the argument with Gosling etc. For Gosling, Cianfrance would tell him to use any means to persuade, get Williams’ attention, etc. Gosling has stated it was a new and interesting process as it became a tug game on set.

People who are complaining about Superman’s glasses disguising his identity have obviously never worn glasses. You take them off around your friends, people who see you every single day, and they’re like ,,WHAT THE FUCK, YOU LOOK SO DIFFERENT! IS THAT HOW YOUR EYES LOOK LIKE?! NO WAY! WHO ARE YOU???“