If I take time to post something like this, it distracts me away from getting the post done; if I don't get something posted, you might think I am dead. Godzilla has been so amazing to write on, however, I just needed to pull back for a moment to make sure I am getting everything and today's announcement that the Christopher Nolan-Zack Synder Man Of Steel sequel is now titled, officially, Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (due out May 2016) was that golden nugget I needed to make a post.
So, what do we have?
"We didn't run out of planes and television sets, we ran out of food." I think, Interstellar is a response to Gravity and even Noah, wanting the "end of mankind," and all the "progressives" in Hollywood who want to go back to the stone age: if you are right, I think Nolan is saying, that there is global warming and the earth is dying, then we should be increasing space exploration and using all our genius to try and come up with a better future for ourselves. In other words, Nolan might be catching the liberals in a deconstructive moment, i.e., showing they are hypocrites and they don't believe any of their own propaganda. The first "trailer" for the Kenneth Branaugh directed Cinderella (Cate Blanchett plays the evil step-mother) has arrived: don't cheat, but watch it and tell me why this trailer is the way it is; I have my comments down at the very bottom, you can do this!
By the way, the clip that was dropped in the mid-credits for The Amazing Spider Man 2, had a vital piece of information: Mystique broke up with Magneto. We have no idea what he did or what she is doing--and of course, this completely explains why Mystique was at the Grassy Knoll at the Kennedy Assassination (as Oswald) and why Magneto would have been trying to stop her from doing it, which is why he has to be saved from jail in the film (just to refresh your memory, because I am confident this will play a role in the film, here is that Bent Bullet theory video):
In this shot of Quicksilver and Magneto, Quicksilver reminds me of Silva (Javier Bardem) when he dressed as a cop to kill M (Judi Dench) in Skyfall; I don't know, there's just something about this.
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