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Universal Studios: KEEP CLAIRE DEARING FOR THE SEQUELS.

I will be so pissed if Claire isn’t in the Jurassic World sequel. 

While she wasn’t the best written character in cinematic history and she didn’t necessarily make the movie for many, I think she’s the perfect foil for Owen and I can’t imagine him with another woman. 

She’s the perfect balance to his personality and she doesn’t take shit from anybody. She’s a woman who knows what she wants in life and she doesn’t let anybody belittle her. 

SHE FUCKING RUNS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE FILM IN HIGH HEELS. SHE OUTRUNS A FUCKING T-REX AND SAVES EVERYONE AT THE END OF THE FILM. SHE’S THE FUCKING HERO, NOT OWEN. 

Out of all the characters we see in the film, Claire gets the most development as we see her change not only physically but also emotionally. She’s a business woman who gets thrown into a situation from hell and she does her best to protect the ones she loves. 

To be honest she’s my 2nd favorite character in the entire film besides my first favorite being Owen. I loved watching her running around and kicking ass in high heels. 

I’ve already done a rant about the heel uproar so you can search my blog for that if you want, but I think overall Claire Dearing isn’t the worst written female character of 2015. I think she’s one of the more fleshed out and developed female characters of the summer movie blockbuster season. 

So do me a favorite Universal: KEEP CLAIRE DEARING IN THE FRANCHISE. DO NOT TOSS HER ASIDE FOR SOME OTHER WOMAN. 

Day 430 - Buffron | バッフロン | Bouffalant

Buffron hatches with golden rings on its horns, and they’ve commonly been mistaken for jewellery added after the fact. Its thick and coarse afro can be used as storage for everything, from items, to Berries and to Pokémon. Humans with afros have been inspired by Buffron and wear horned headbands as a fashion statement.

(P.S. Daily new Pokémon drawings, check back often! Prints and commissions available! Animeleepocket@gmail.com for details!)

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Cartoon Network’s Imagination Studios Encourages Children To Create Original Ideas
Major network creators like Rebecca Sugar and Ben Bocquelet will participate and teach children how to create cartoons.

Cartoon Network is launching a worthwhile online initiative to help budding animators create their own cartoons — and some of the studio’s most well known creators will participate in the program, offering creative advice to children.

Beginning this month, Cartoon Network will roll out its Imagination Studios initiative in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) to teach kids aged 6-12 the basics of animation and hopefully “inspire and celebrate [their] imagination and creativity,” according to a recent Cartoon Network announcement.

Imagination Studios will offer lessons and activities about drawing, coloring, storyboarding, special effects, music, voiceover, and animation, in an effort to give children the necessary toolset for developing their own ideas. Additionally, Cartoon Network creators like Rebecca Sugar (Steven Universe) and Ben Bocquelet (The Amazing World of Gumball) will offer guidance and tips on the platform.

“We often receive fan art and story ideas inspired by our shows, so we wanted to create a destination to encourage and facilitate all the amazing creativity stored in the minds of our young audiences,” said Patricia Hidalgo, svp and chief content & creative officer for Kids at Turner Broadcasting EMEA. “Cartoon Network Imagination Studios is a place where kids can learn, gain inspiration, have fun and, ultimately, be themselves; it promotes the value of being different and, in turn, creating something unique.”

Cartoon Network will also offer kids the opportunity to enter their finished work into consideration for Cartoon Network’s Imagination Studios Awards, which so far is available to UK children and may be expanded to other regions. Some of those ideas may be “brought to life on air on Cartoon Network.”

In the UK, the Imagination Studios project is supported by the British Film Institute, which will help judge the awards competition and will host tie-in events at the BFI Southbank. The UK will also offer a specially-created “teacher toolkit” for primary school instructors to incorporate lessons centered around the theme of “friendship” into the UK national curriculum.


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