Masamune-kun no Revenge Main Cast, Theme Song Artists and Broadcast Date Announced!

  1. Natsuki Hanae, Ayaka Ohashi, Inori Minase, Suzuko Mimori, Asuza Tadokoro and Saori Hayami lead the cast. 
  2. Ayaka Ohashi will perform the OP Theme while ChouCho for the ED Theme. 
  3. The anime is scheduled to air on January 5. 
  4. We already have the best girl for 2017 season *cough* 

cast steven yeun as a romcom lead. cast steven yeun as a superhero (preferably mcu danny rand). cast steven yeun as dick grayson in dceu. cast steven yeun as the lead male in a thriller (one like no good deed). cast steven yeun as the lead in a sci-fi film (smth like pacific rim or star trek or both). cast steven yeun. cast steven motherfucking yeun.

Signet rings

Recently I have been sculpting and casting a series of functional signet rings.

The first step was making the ring blank from clay, and casting that in a reusable silicone mold. Once the mold was finished, I can cast ring blanks in wax. I did this several times, and used the few best castings to sculpt this series of rings.

After the rings were sculpted and polished, I added the wax sprue to make airflow and a space to pour when doing the final cast. Then glued the spurs inside of a casting frame, and made the final silicone mold.

Once the mold was cured, I opened it up, removing the wax. Powdered the mold with talc, and cast my first rings. 

These signet rings were cast in lead-free britannia pewter, and polished once they were fully cooled. I used a glue-gun sealing wax to make the sample seals. These rings will soon be available in my etsy shop. Look forward to more rings in the future. 

Lewis Tan Fought to Play Iron Fist Hero Instead of Villain

Tan shared on Twitter that he “almost” played Danny Rand, but the role ultimately went to Game of Thrones actor Finn Jones. Instead, Tan was cast as Zhou Cheng, a servant of Ch’i-Lin who’s tasked with killing every iteration of the Iron Fist. Tan said he’s happy playing Zhou, even showing off some of his stunt choreography in an online video, but added that we need more Asian heroes in our media.

Tan has long been advocating for better roles for Asian actors. In an interview with His Style Diary, he talked about how Asian actors (especially Asian men) are rarely cast as lead characters—instead, getting stuck playing the computer geek or faceless ninja. He added Asian actors are pretty much required to know martial arts, because, otherwise they won’t get parts.

“The thing is, I want to be the lead, the hero, the love interest character,” Tan said. “I know kung fu, I’ve been doing martial arts for 15 years, and I love it. But I think there are these expectations. These are the roles they are comfortable with Asians doing. They aren’t comfortable in seeing you in lead roles– the ones I want.”

tbh, i feel like people wouldn’t have been as disappointed in Civil War if it had just been titled that. the film itself isn’t a bad film, it’s a really good film to be honest, the problem is that the product that we got didn’t match up with the title on the packaging. If this film hadn’t been Captain America: Civil War, and had instead just been Civil War, it would have been fine. But it was supposed to be the conclusion of Steve’s trilogy, it was supposed to be Steve’s story, and there just wasn’t enough of Steve in it and that’s why so many Cap fans felt let down.


“David Lynch plucked me from obscurity. He cast me as the lead in ‘Dune’ and 'Blue Velvet,’ and people have seen me as this boy-next-door-cooking-up-something-weird-in-the-basement ever since. I was 23 when I first met him, in his bungalow on the Universal lot, and could never have predicted we would have such an enduring relationship.”

Hollywood Has No Business Case for Booking All-White Casts 

According to a recent article from the, blaming the lack of diversity on customer preference is irresponsible and baseless.

Hollywood’s track record on showcasing minority talent and storylines is pretty awful, even considering some recent efforts to diversify programming. Some studios argue that the fault lies not with them, but with consumers, who—they claim—prefer predominantly white casts. But is there any truth to that?

Venkat Kuppuswamy and Peter Younkin, business-school professors at the University of North Carolina and McGill University, respectively, took a look at data on the film industry in order to measure how diverse casts went over at box offices.

For their study, Kuppuswamy and Younkin took a look at 723 mainstream English-language movies released in major theaters between 2011 and 2015, and determined the number of black actors in lead roles in each film. In nearly two-thirds of the films, there were no black actors cast in any lead roles. In 23 percent of the films, there was one. Only in 11 percent were there two or more black principals.

The relative rarity of diverse casts might suggest that they have little money-making potential, but after parsing the data, the researchers came to the conclusion that audiences don’t reject films with diverse lead actors—they actually prefer them. 

According to Kuppuswamy and Younkin, adding more black actors in principal roles had a beneficial effect on box-office outcomes. The films that had only one black lead actor performed about as well as those films that had none. But films that had two or more black actors playing main roles performed even better, boosting box-office revenues by more than 60 percent compared to films that didn’t have any black lead actors. 

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I think people (including the people running CM) forget that JJ and Garcia are basically originals too. Give or take the pilot or being labeled as a regular or not at certain times.

JJ and Garcia need more recognition. They aren’t side characters. They are as core as core gets.

I don’t mean just a centric episode every now in then. They are deeper and more complex than just a caring mother and a tech nerd.

JJ is a mother and also a negotiator and a leader and arguably the best profiler on the team.

Garcia is techy but also caring and intuitive and a genius even without her computer.

If the team was in trouble and only one person could save it? I’d choose JJ or Garcia (or Reid) cause they know the BAU inside and out and deserve all the trust and responsibility out there.


So everybody on your current team turn into walkers, who would be the hardest one to kill emotionally? (x)