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The entire ‘Wonder Woman’ movie plot has allegedly leaked due to test screenings. Source seems to be the same person who leaked the ‘Suicide Squad’ plot which turned out to be 100% accurate. Doesn’t guarantee that this leak is authentic, plus movie’s often change a lot from test screenings to actual release, but still the plot is out there if anyone is interested in reading it.

Logan; 11 days

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2; 74 days

Wonder Woman; 102 days

Spider-Man: Homecoming; 137 days

Thor: Ragnarok; 256 days

Justice League; 270 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 326 days

Black Panther; 361 days

Avengers: Infinity War; 438 days

Ant-Man and the Wasp; 501 days

Aquaman; 592 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 620 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 724 days

Captain Marvel; 746 days

Shazam; 774 days

Untitled Avengers movie; 802 days

Justice League 2; 844 days

Untitled Spider-Man sequel; 864 days

Untitled DC movie; 984 days

Cyborg; 1138 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1166 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1236 days

Green Lantern Corps; 1250 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1355 days

Deadpool 2; TBD

Deadpool 3; TBD

X-Men: Supernova; TBD

Gambit; TBD

New Mutants; TBD

The Batman; TBD

The Flash; TBD

Gotham City Sirens; TBD

Black Adam solo movie; TBD

Aquaman: Don Burgess Brought In As Cinematographer
The cinematic visionary is best-known for working on films like Forrest Gump, Spider-Man, Cast Away, Flight, The Conjuring, and more.

anonymous asked:

do you think j'onn would ever read his s/o's mind to see what they like? and getting pretty self conscious and subtly shifts to what he thinks their dream person is?


i mean like… it’s not completely Out Of The Realm of Possibility esp because knowing what their Dream Person looks like (if it’s not just. a picture of j’onn in their head) makes him a little more conscious of looking Too Martian so he puts a lot of effort into looking not so green and when they point it out he acts Aloof like… what do u mean… oh haha silly me i was using this as a disgu…ise…. nothing to see here except your very loving partner who cares deeply for how u view him!!! (the last part is in his head but is still. very much so conveyed by how hella nervous he looks)

Chapter 34

Jump City. May 4th, 2018. 11:44 AM.

Damian scanned the shelves of books lining the wall of the little shop, overcome with embarrassment. He was always so good about keeping an eye on the gas in both his bikes, so having to pull over because his motorcycle literally wouldn’t go any farther was a total shock to him, and it was accompanied by many bewildered looks and annoying questions from bystanders outside the bookstore where he’d come to a stop, because “why is that kid riding a Yamaha, he can’t possibly be old enough to drive”. Wanting to avoid any more awkward questioning, Damian decided run into the bookstore, because somehow he forgot to charge his phone last night, and when he went to ping a Lyft, his phone was dead. Of course he had his charger on him (preparedness is a prerequisite for victory, after all… although he’d be better prepared if he’d just remembered to charge his phone), but it would still take a while for the cellular device to build up enough juice to get him home. So he went inside, asked if he could plug in, and the man behind the counter was nice enough to let him charge up, as well as use the store’s landline call for someone to bring him a gas can.

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Oh my goodness, I just realized something???

Dick Grayson is a safety net for everyone else in DC.

Allow me to explain:  

So everyone knows how Dick’s parents died: Tony Zucco was a rude jerkface who sabotaged the wires for the Flying Graysons’ trapeze act, the ropes snapped, they fell to their deaths right in front of poor baby Dick’s teeny little eight year-old eyes, we all know the story. But the thing about this situation is that most acrobats would use a safety net in case they fell. The Flying Graysons, however, chose to do that particular act without a net in order to create more excitement. So they died because there was no one to catch them. Dick’s family died because they had no safety net

Cut to a little over a decade later, and Dick is Nightwing. He’s been with Batman, he’s been a member of several teams, and he’s met so many other superheroes in the DC universe that practically everyone is a friend of Nightwing. He has helped nearly everybody at some point or other, so he’s known for lending a helping hand to anyone who asks. Out of all the many, many, many superheroes in the universe, Dick himself is known as the one any person can go to for help no matter what. There’s never any doubt when it comes to Dick. He will always and without question be there for anyone who needs him. He’s their rock. 

In fact, Dick is probably one of the only characters besides a few prominent heroes like Batman and Superman who everyone can rely on. Everyone has their own reputations, whether it be a good or a bad one. Bruce’s is being dark and broody, but Dick’s is being trustworthy. Everyone can vouch for him. Dick can always be trusted, no matter what. It even says it right here:

And in this panel too, Superman tells Dick that he is the single person who in every place in the multiverse can never be corrupted:

See? Dick is one of the only guys whom every single hero knows he/she can trust and that this is something that will never change. Because Dick is good. Dick will never let anyone down or betray them, it’s just not in his DNA. If anyone is ever in need of help, then you can bet your little tush that Dick Grayson will answer the call, no matter what it costs him. He saves everyone who needs it and is willing to catch them when they fall. Like a safety net. Dick catches people. That is his legacy. He couldn’t save his parents from hitting the ground, but you can trust that he will bust his butt and try his hardest to ensure that from now on he will keep that from happening to anyone else. 

And ever since the Flying Graysons fell, Dick kind of has a thing with falling. It’s a conquered fear, one of which he confronts every day as he soars above cities and saves those who can’t save themselves. But he can’t stand the thought of falling without a net to catch you, so subconsciously that is the role he fills. He has become a metaphor for DC’s safety net, as in he is the one character who everyone can trust to save them, whether they be civilians or other heroes. They can always trust that they can go to him for help when they need it, and Dick in turn will always be ready to save them. He is the one holding his arms out, ready to catch people when they fall and support them for as long as they need him to. He refuses to let anyone down. Dick is DC’s rock, the one column that will never topple over no matter how hard you try. He is a safety net, prepared to catch people when they fall and ready to help them to fly again. Dick’s parents had no safety net, so Dick is going to make sure no one else will have to be without one as long as he’s there. And that my friends, is my epiphany of the day.