venerdì 30 gennaio 2015

Which "Game Of Thrones" Characters Would You Rather Hook Up With?

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It’s time for a sexy showdown in Westeros.


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The "Game Of Thrones" Season 5 Trailer Is Here

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The trailer, which first premiered in IMAX theaters on Jan. 23, is finally available to all.

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17 Snapchats From Scully

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Mulder is gonna need an unlimited data plan.


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How Scientifically Advanced Do You Think We'll Be In 100 Years?

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Compare your predictions about the future with scientists’.

This is what the SpaceX founder thinks:

This is what the SpaceX founder thinks:

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This is what neuroscientist and roboticist Paul Verschure, Ph.D., thinks:

This is what neuroscientist and roboticist Paul Verschure, Ph.D., thinks:

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Disney Has Finally Created A Latina Princess

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The 16-year-old princess will have her own Disney Junior show in 2016.

Here's a look at Disney's first Latina princess. Hi Elena!

Here's a look at Disney's first Latina princess. Hi Elena!

Elena will star in her own show on Disney Junior, Disney's network for young viewers.

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Viewers will meet her for the first time in an upcoming episode of Sofia the First.

Viewers will meet her for the first time in an upcoming episode of Sofia the First.

You might recall that there was some initial confusion about whether Sofia was a Latina character. Disney clarified that she was not, telling the National Hispanic Media Coalition that, however, "Disney Junior has an exciting project in early development that does have a Latina as the heroine of the show."

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- She's 16.
- She comes from the Kingdom of Avalor.
- She is, according to Disney, "inspired by diverse Latin cultures and folklore."
- She'll be introduced in a special episode of the Disney Junior series Sofia the First in 2016.
- She'll have her own series, Elena of Avalor, also kicking off in 2016.
- She battled an evil sorceress named Shuriki.
- She has a little sister, Princess Isabel, her grandfather Tito, and her grandmother Cici.
- In trying to save her family from Shuriki, she was pulled into her own magical amulet. You know, princess stuff.
- Princess Sofia, who now wears the amulet, restores Elena to her human form and helps her return to Avalor.
- Elena's best friends are Mateo, who is training to be a wizard, and Skylar, a flying creature.

And she's voiced by actress Aimee Carrero.

And she's voiced by actress Aimee Carrero.

Who is also awesome. Aimee is from the Dominican Republic, grew up in Miami, and currently stars as Sofia Rodriguez on ABC Family's Young & Hungry.

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This End-Of-The-World Engagement Shoot Is Completely Badass

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Their love can survive anything.

After Chris Love and Kara Kyser got engaged at Comic Con last fall, they decided to have a little fun with their engagement photos.

After Chris Love and Kara Kyser got engaged at Comic Con last fall, they decided to have a little fun with their engagement photos.

"We're both geeks," Love, 35, told BuzzFeed Life. "Kara is a gamer and cosplayer. I'm more a movie geek, I guess, and dabble in the realm of cosplay too. Between the two of us we hatched the idea of this post-apocalyptic theme — nukes, not zombies — from our mutual interests."

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The Kansas City couple hired photographer Joshua Hoffine to shoot their photos. Here's how they turned out...

The Kansas City couple hired photographer Joshua Hoffine to shoot their photos. Here's how they turned out...

"The video game series Fallout is one of my favorites," Kyser, 25, told BuzzFeed Life. "I've always been intrigued by the idea of a post-nuclear fallout and the resourcefulness of people surviving it."

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"We thought it would be fun to kind of tell this story where we got married, but then the fallout happened, but it's okay because we managed to survive and are still rocking our wedding day attire," she said.

"We thought it would be fun to kind of tell this story where we got married, but then the fallout happened, but it's okay because we managed to survive and are still rocking our wedding day attire," she said.

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Hoffine photographed them at Missouri's Belvoir Winery, which is the site of an old orphanage and nursing home and is rumored to be haunted.

Hoffine photographed them at Missouri's Belvoir Winery, which is the site of an old orphanage and nursing home and is rumored to be haunted.

As for their attire and props, Love said the tuxedo belonged to his grandfather and the wedding dress came from his sister-in-law. They rented the guns and ammo from a shop called Have Guns, Will Rent, which he said "exists in the shadier part of KC."

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Ranking The (B)romances In "The Lord Of The Ring" From Worst To Best

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One couple to rule them all.

Sméagol and Déagol

Sméagol and Déagol

Almost all we know about this relationship is that one killed the other to get the ring. Based on that information, I'd say it was pretty dysfunctional.

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Wormtongue and Saruman

Wormtongue and Saruman

It didn't end well but they achieved some pretty evil stuff together while it lasted.

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This Mesmerizing Timelapse Shows How Earth Looks In Infrared

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Who knew water vapor could be so beautiful?

A new HD video shows Earth in infrared using images from two NASA geostationary satellites.

Here you can see water vapor in the atmosphere between Nov. 30th of last year to just this week, ending on Jan. 26, 2015. Clouds and water vapor absorb infrared light, which appear as storms and trade winds.

Creator James Tyrwhitt-Drake also did a side-by-side view of our hemispheres synchronized in infrared, which you can see here.

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Just sit back and relax.

Just sit back and relax.

And watch our little marble swirl.

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Which '00s Disney Show Is The Best?

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Separating the best from the rest.

84 Avengers Members Ranked From Worst To Best

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Some of the greatest superheroes of all time have heeded the call of “Avengers Assemble!” Also, a lot of randos.

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Dr. Druid

Dr. Druid

So how do you get to be the worst Avenger? Dr. Druid — Dr. Anthony Ludgate Druid — was a psychiatrist (an occupation largely centered around sitting and talking), who got trained by an ancient mystic to be the backup sorcerer if anything happened to the more popular Doctor Strange. Besides being a literal superhero understudy, he also got mind-controlled by a villain named "Terminatrix," left the team in disgrace, joined another team, got mind-controlled again, faked his own death, betrayed at least one more team, and then bravely got killed for real.

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Jack of Hearts

Jack of Hearts

Jack of Hearts is a half-alien whose scientist father exposed him to experimental "zero fluid," giving him the power to shoot energy blasts. He chose a playing-card-themed identity for unclear reasons and hung out in space for a while, before joining the Avengers during an emergency hiring crisis, and eventually blew himself up in space — along with a child murderer he grabbed on the way. Classic super heroics.

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Triathlon

Triathlon

This dude is a disgraced Olypmic athlete who got his powers from a weird cult that subsequently pushed the Avengers to bring him on as a diversity hire as part of a secret plot to infiltrate the team. Very questionable. He later becomes the 3-D Man, maybe because he didn't feel dorky enough.

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George RR Martin Says No New Book In "Game Of Thrones" Series For 2015

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Fans will be waiting at least another year for Winds of Winter, the sixth book in Martin’s bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire series.

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George RR Martin's publisher has confirmed that The Winds of Winter, the upcoming sixth book in the popular A Song of Ice and Fire series, is not scheduled for publication in 2015.

"I have no information on likely delivery," HarperCollins's Jane Johnson told The Guardian. "These are increasingly complex books and require immense amounts of concentration to write. Fans really ought to appreciate that the length of these monsters is equivalent to two or three novels by other writers." The fifth book in the series, A Dance With Dragons, was published in 2011.

In December, a "12 Days of Christmas" promotion for Martin's books led many fans to believe that an announcement about The Winds of Winter was imminent, prompting the author to quash the rumors in a post on his blog.

"Somehow, from somewhere, the rumor arose that the "12 Days" were actually a countdown... not to Xmas, but to the publication of THE WINDS OF WINTER, or the announcement of its completion and/ or pub date," Martin wrote. "Sorry. Not true."

"Look, I've said before, and I will say again, I don't play games with news about the books," he explained. "I know how many people are waiting, how long they have been waiting, how anxious they are. I am still working on WINDS. When it's done, I will announce it here. There won't be any clues to decipher, any codes or hidden meanings, the announcement will be straightforward and to the point. I won't time it to coincide with Xmas or Valentine's Day or Lincoln's Birthday, the book will not rise from the dead with Jesus on Easter Sunday. When it is done, I will say that's it is done [sic], on whatever day I happen to finish."

Although there will be no update to the series in 2015, an illustrated compilation of three previously-published prequel novellas set in Westeros will be released in October. The collection, titled A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms have not been published together before, and Martin's publisher hinted that fans will pick up clues about future developments in Westeros as they read them.

The A Song of Ice and Fire series has been adapted for television as HBO's immensely popular Game of Thrones, now in its 5th season.

This Is What It's Like To Watch "Frozen" For The First Time

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Let it snow.

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It's been over a year since Frozen came out, and I'd never seen it. So this week I decided to watch it for the first time and live tweet it.

It's been over a year since Frozen came out, and I'd never seen it. So this week I decided to watch it for the first time and live tweet it.

I say 'first time', but that's not entirely true.

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I actually tried to watch it once before, but I was super jetlagged and fell asleep after 10 minutes.

I actually tried to watch it once before, but I was super jetlagged and fell asleep after 10 minutes.

Fear not, this time I was wide awake, and ready to let it go.

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22 Casts That Would Be Better With People Of Color

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Hollywood casting directors meet tumblr, they will show you the light.

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“Elementary” Flipped The Script On The Standard Rape Story

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Ophelia Lovibond, Lucy Liu, and showrunner Rob Doherty talked to BuzzFeed News about how Kitty Winter “does not wish to be defined by her victimhood.” Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS ahead for the Jan. 29 episode.

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When vengeful detective Kitty Winter (Ophelia Lovibond) first appears in the third season premiere of Elementary, she is a mysterious live wire who quickly engages in a baton fight with Dr. Joan Watson (Lucy Liu); it is not until the following episode that it's revealed euphemistically that she was "the victim of a horrific crime," as Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) puts it. He continues, "She was taken. By a man." It's Joan who is the first to say the r-word, in the third episode: "She's a rape victim."

The initial sketch of Kitty Winter, portrayed by Lovibond in a 12-episode arc that ended Jan. 29, dances at the edge of sexist caricature. It begins with a catfight, Kitty battling Liu's Joan on the street, two women pitted against one another over Sherlock — a man. In the next episode, the stereotype threatens to compound: Kitty Winter is a rape victim. But instead of falling into easy clichés of inimical women and fragile victims, Elementary proceeded to create not only an authentic representation of female friendship, but also a deeply empathetic, empowered story of rape survival. The crime is named. The woman does not "overcome," but rather takes charge of her recovery. She is surrounded by a network of support. Her story is never disbelieved. And, ultimately, Kitty shreds her rapist's cloak of respectability.

"She's not a victim. She has not allowed this to take over her life," Lovibond told BuzzFeed News. And still, throughout her episodes, Lovibond took great care to make the trauma a central part of the character. "Rape isn't a one-time thing: It is something that will change your wiring a little bit," she said. And this is what's so striking about Kitty Winter: She is indeed not defined by her victimhood, but she is inflected by it. It's never an afterthought, as gender-based violence so often is on television.

Small choices brought Kitty to life; Lovibond mentioned a scene in the Nov. 20 episode where one of Sherlock's eccentric consultants — Harlan, a doughy mathematician played by Rich Sommer — is alone in a room with her, shirtless.

"I said, 'I don't want to be too close to him, because even though he's clearly nonthreatening, Kitty's not comfortable being in a room with a naked man,'" Lovibond said. "It's not appropriate; it makes her uncomfortable."

That was a new notion to Elementary's showrunner, Rob Doherty. "That hadn't occurred to me," he said. "Harlan is this lovable goofball we introduced last year. I worked with the writer on that scene, and it never occurred to me. … When Ophelia pointed it out, it made all the sense in the world."

Kitty Winter is a minor character from an original Holmes story, "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," so — SPOILER ALERT for a plot point that's going on a century old — Doherty always knew her arc would end with Kitty throwing acid in the face of her attacker. What was unclear to Doherty was just how she would get there. And there isn't much hint as to how she gets there in the story itself: The original Kitty Winter is more a collection of characteristics than a character. But, Doherty said, "Kitty Winter jumped out at me because she was one of the most active female characters I'd ever come across in the canon" — unlike the Kitty in Elementary, this earlier Kitty simultaneously punishes her attacker and saves Sherlock Holmes, making her a hero. In Arthur Conan Doyle's stories, "women come across a certain way, for the most part, and Kitty was this really fascinating exception." She's violent, full of anger, and self-determining.

As Kitty became more violent in the Jan. 22 episode — torturing someone for information — Lovibond played Kitty "doing it very reluctantly, and that wasn't how I was seeing it," Doherty said. Once Kitty finds out that her rapist is in New York City, Doherty began imagining "someone who is rage-filled and coiled and ready to snap," he said, but Lovibond took a different tack.

"Kitty's not an evil person," Lovibond said. "When she does do the wrong thing as a means to an end, it's very reluctantly."

This part of her story — this burning off the face of a sadistic serial rapist-murderer — is, of course, not without its doubts.

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"He gets what he deserves, and Kitty gets some of what she needs," Doherty said, noting that Gruner (Stuart Townsend) is in police custody by the episode's end. Lovibond's moral interpretation was a little less certain: "There are so many variables to what he did to her; who's to say that [her revenge] is not right? Objectively, that is a bad thing to do: Bad equals wrong. But then when you factor in everything that happened, how much less wrong does it become? There isn't an objective categorical there."

Certainly, Sherlock doesn't think there's an objective answer: He knows Kitty intends to torture and murder Gruner, and intervenes only to tell her that it might not be worth it to murder the man; still, he leaves it in her hands. And this is the kind of agency Kitty Winter is granted throughout her 12 episodes: She is radically trusted and supported by Sherlock and Joan. Sherlock is "the first person in a long time — man — that she has allowed herself to trust, to be vulnerable around," Lovibond said. It's partly because, moments after meeting her, he recognizes her trauma, but doesn't classify her as weakened by it; in fact, the rape, and her dedication to crime-solving, is largely what draws him to her. Likewise, Joan is drawn to her because she wants to help her.

"I think it's a very positive portrayal of how women group together in reality," Liu said, contrasting this on-screen friendship with the "more dramatic" — and fraught — female relationships often depicted on television.

It's Sherlock to whom Kitty says "I love you" in the end, but it's Joan who receives a file containing the details of Kitty's rape and doesn't read the file until Kitty, unprompted, tells her to do so. It's Joan who gets Kitty into group therapy. "I always wrote that [relationship] from a place of parenthood," Doherty said.

"Just because she's a little bit older than her and a woman, she has to become this kind of maternal figure to her? No. She could be something else," Lovibond said.

Liu agreed. "She wanted to relate to her on a more peer-to-peer level."

Indeed, there is a scene in the season's third episode in which Sherlock tells Joan he imagines himself as a father figure: "It's commonly believed that a child benefits mostly from the presence of two parents. He, or she in this case, can absorb certain qualities from the father: clear-eyed view of the world, capacity for rational thought, etc. He can also absorb certain qualities from the mother."

"Excuse me, but I am not Kitty's mother," Joan says, interrupting his somewhat infantilizing idea. "And she sure as hell is not our child."

And Kitty, later in the season, steps up to defend Joan. When Sherlock finds Joan's memoirs of their time together on a laptop, Kitty is quick to say that Joan has a right to tell her own stories. And in the Nov. 27 episode, she advises Captain Gregson (Aidan Quinn) to respect his daughter's right to keep her own story of partner abuse a secret. Kitty "does not wish to be defined by her victimhood," Sherlock tells Joan early on, and, granted this control over her story, Kitty attempts to give other women control over theirs.

Systems of communal support thread throughout the 12-episode Kitty Winter arc. The thing that's so rarely represented on TV — or in any narrative medium — fits with the ethos of the series: "We tell stories about characters who spend lots of time in [support] meetings," said Doherty. Characters — first Sherlock with his addiction, and here, Kitty — take an active role in their recovery while relying on a network of others for support, flouting the more traditional narrative of the rugged individual pulling himself up by the bootstraps. What we see here is more nuanced, more authentic, and more respectful to real human beings: The show doesn't reinforce the notion of internalizing struggle. "We're a show," said Doherty, "that absolutely believes in talk as help."


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Joss Whedon Clarifies His Comments About Misogyny In Superhero Movies

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“If a raccoon can carry a movie, then they believe maybe even a woman can,” the Avengers: Age of Ultron director told BuzzFeed News exclusively.

Elizabeth Olsen, director Joss Whedon, and Jeremy Renner on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron

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On Wednesday, an interview with Joss Whedon on Digital Spy credited the Avengers: Age of Ultron director with a particularly damning indictment regarding the historical lack of lead female characters in superhero movies.

"It's a phenomenon in the [film] industry that we call 'stupid people'," Whedon said. "There is genuine, recalcitrant, intractable sexism, and old-fashioned quiet misogyny that goes on. You hear 'Oh, [female superheroes] don't work because of these two bad ones that were made eight years ago', there's always an excuse."

Soon enough, his words went viral.

The interview, however, was given last summer while Whedon was in the middle of production on the Avengers sequel — before Marvel Studios announced its first female-driven superhero film, Captain Marvel, before Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman finally landed a release date and director, before the Scarlett Johansson vehicle Lucy became a global phenomenon, and before The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 ended up as the year's top box office hit in the U.S., and made history in the process with its lead Jennifer Lawrence.

In the wake of that much forward momentum for female-driven blockbusters, Whedon told BuzzFeed News in an exclusive phone interview on Thursday that he found himself wincing a bit at the stridency of words he spoke several months before they were printed. "I just thought, I sounded very harsh," he said. "And then [Marvel announced], 'We're going to make Captain Marvel. We're going to make Black Panther. We're going to shake it up.' I was just like, great! Now I just sound mean and bitter. But, you know, there's a lot to be mean and bitter about."

Indeed, Whedon still very much stands by the sentiment that there need to be more women at the forefront of Hollywood's superhero movies — a feeling he's expressed before, and often. But the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is also quite clear that he remains eager to step out of the world of established comic books, and back into a universe of his own creation.

I can't say I'm surprised by the attention your interview has received, and I'm definitely not surprised by the sentiment from you — it's certainly one you have not been shy about in the past.

Joss Whedon: Yeah. I would not refer to that news as breaking. That news might be bending, slightly.

Were you aware of the Captain Marvel movie when you did that interview last summer?

JW: Yes, and not expecting it to get any traction, honestly. That's something that [Marvel Studios chief] Kevin [Feige] has been working on for a while. And I obviously was a cheerleader, but he had to get all the ducks in a row and get all the minds in agreement. I think being a part of Disney maybe makes it easier, because they're open to it. And Marvel now is in a position to shake up its own paradigm, because it's got such a success record.

Honestly, you know, Guardians [of the Galaxy] might have helped it, just because that was outside what was considered to be their box and did so well that— Well, let's put it this way: If a raccoon can carry a movie, then they believe maybe even a woman can.


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giovedì 29 gennaio 2015

23 Pictures Only "Lord Of The Rings" Fans Will Think Are Funny

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Now that’s what I’m Tolkien about.

This truth about Aragorn.

This truth about Aragorn.

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This franchise-bending transformation.

This franchise-bending transformation.

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This example of Middle Earth logic.*

This example of Middle Earth logic.*

*Technically about The Hobbit, not Lord of the Rings.

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This winning pun.

This winning pun.

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15 Insanely Emo Words To Use In Your Bad Break Up Poetry

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There’s an art to being loquaciously sad. Now in languages from all across the world.


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Did Joss Whedon Sum Up Exactly Why There Aren't More Women In Comic Book Movies?

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Whedon in a recently released interview said comic book movies were suffering from “intractable sexism.”

Digital Spy recently released an interview with director Joss Whedon on the set of Avengers: Age Of Ultron over the summer. Whedon was extremely critical of the way the comic book movie industry treats female characters.

Digital Spy recently released an interview with director Joss Whedon on the set of Avengers: Age Of Ultron over the summer. Whedon was extremely critical of the way the comic book movie industry treats female characters.

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Whedon praised female-driven science fiction like The Hunger Games and said that Marvel was in a good place to do a female-led movie, only he believed that Marvel's best female characters are owned by Fox, who has the rights to the X-Men franchise.

Whedon praised female-driven science fiction like The Hunger Games and said that Marvel was in a good place to do a female-led movie, only he believed that Marvel's best female characters are owned by Fox, who has the rights to the X-Men franchise.

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BuzzFeed News has reached out to Whedon for further comment.

This isn't the first time Whedon has been critical about the movie industry's reluctance to showcase strong female characters. In his 2006 acceptance speech for an Equality Now award, he spoke about the questions he gets about his own female characters.

This isn't the first time Whedon has been critical about the movie industry's reluctance to showcase strong female characters. In his 2006 acceptance speech for an Equality Now award, he spoke about the questions he gets about his own female characters.

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mercoledì 28 gennaio 2015

You Totally Missed This Connection Between "Hercules" And "The Little Mermaid"

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It’s a family affair.

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But Tumblr user petitetiaras has an interesting fan theory that links them.

But Tumblr user petitetiaras has an interesting fan theory that links them.

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15 Questions Dylan O'Brien's Probably Trying To Ask You Right Now

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“Can I hug you like Oprah hugs Gayle?”

"Hey babe do you like my new glasses? I was inspired by yours."

"Hey babe do you like my new glasses? I was inspired by yours."

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"I tried really hard to save you some cake but....I can bake you a new one instead?"

"I tried really hard to save you some cake but....I can bake you a new one instead?"

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"Hi um, I uh, wanted to know if uh wanna watch that 80's movie about becoming a teen wolf with me?"

"Hi um, I uh, wanted to know if uh wanna watch that 80's movie about becoming a teen wolf with me?"

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"Thank you for lending me your copy of A Song Of Fire And Ice, can I have A Clash Of Kings next?"

"Thank you for lending me your copy of A Song Of Fire And Ice, can I have A Clash Of Kings next?"

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21 Times Sebastian Stan Was Hot As Hell

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STAN-ing for Sebastian Stan, get it?

If you don't know who Sebastian Stan is by now, then let this post guide you.

If you don't know who Sebastian Stan is by now, then let this post guide you.

Let us take you on a journey, a journey all about how hot Sebastian Stan is.

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Here he is in 2009 taking a break from filming Gossip Girl with co-star Leighton Meester.

Here he is in 2009 taking a break from filming Gossip Girl with co-star Leighton Meester.

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Looking cute with a fake baby dinosaur at a charity event.

Looking cute with a fake baby dinosaur at a charity event.

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At an American Eagle event in 2009.

At an American Eagle event in 2009.

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Here's The "Game Of Thrones" Makeup Look You Need This Winter

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Winter Is Coming, and it’s fabulous.

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We love the subtle contouring here–your cheekbones will never look more chic! And the highlighting is simply divine. ?

We love the subtle contouring here–your cheekbones will never look more chic! And the highlighting is simply divine. ?

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For The First Time In The History Of The Internet No Dicks Were Made

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Internet + customizable dildo generator = true horror.

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