martedì 31 marzo 2015

How Addicted Are You To Your Devices?

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It’s OK, we’ve felt phantom rings, too.

We're surrounded by screens everywhere we go.

We're surrounded by screens everywhere we go.

Answer these questions about the tech in your life and see how you compare to others.

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Hodor

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Hodor.

Hodor.

Hodor.

HBO

Hodor hodor.

Hodor hodor.

HBO

Hodor?

Hodor?

HBO

Hodor!

Hodor!

HBO


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These Babies In Cosplay Costumes Are The Cutest Things Ever

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Warning: So adorable, you may want to squeeze your monitor.

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Totoro from My Neighbor Totoro

Totoro from My Neighbor Totoro

There's a tutorial so you can make one too!

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Teemo from League of Legends.

Teemo, from the League of Legends game, is known for his pint size and warm personality. Also being super cute, obvs.

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Moogle & Lulu from Final Fantasy.

Moogles are one of the most distinguishable (and adorable) races in the Final Fantasy videogame series.

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How Would You Die In The Wizarding World?

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For neither can live while the other survives.

Are You More Katniss Or Tris?

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Either way you’ll be a teenage heroine leading a rebellion against a futuristic dystopian government threatening to end everyone you know and love! WIN-WIN!!

Can You Guess These Pop Culture Heroines From Their Quotes?

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End Women’s History Month on a kick-ass note with these awesome heroines!

Which Hogwarts House Do These Celebrities Belong In?

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Would Zayn Malik Slyther-in, would Channing Tatum open your Gryffin-door, or would Oprah Huffle-your-puff?

Celebrities, like all of us, are secret witches and wizards who need to be sorted into the four houses of Hogwarts.

Celebrities, like all of us, are secret witches and wizards who need to be sorted into the four houses of Hogwarts.

Remember the words of the Sorting Hat to guide you in your decisions:

Gryffindor House is for courageous souls: "Where dwell the brave at heart, their daring, nerve and chivalry set Gryffindors apart."

Slytherin House is for the cunning and ambitious: "Those cunning folks use any means to achieve their ends."

Ravenclaw is a house for the clever, wise, creative, and sometimes strange: "Where those of wit and learning will always find their kind."

Hufflepuff is for those who are kind, loyal, and trustworthy: "Where they are just and loyal, those patient Hufflepuffs are true, and unafraid of toil."

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Which Hogwarts Professor Is Your Soulmate?

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Hagrid, Snape, or McGonagall?

Are You More Daryl Or Carol From "The Walking Dead"?

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♫ You’re a survivor, you’re gonna make it, you will survive, keep on survivin’. ♫

The Hardest Game Ever Of "Harry Potter" Would You Rather

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Asking the important questions, obviously.


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Only Take This Quiz If You're Obsessed With Jensen Ackles

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How many times have you REALLY reblogged that brick pants photo?

How Much Gamer Slang Do You Know?

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“Why would you lie about cake?”

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Here's Our First Look At "Fear The Walking Dead"

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“Take care of yourselves.”

During The Walking Dead's Season 5 finale on Sunday, AMC gave fans the first look at the series' prequel spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead.

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It begins with an innocent radio announcer's voice, offering this kind warning on a sunny L.A. day.

It begins with an innocent radio announcer's voice, offering this kind warning on a sunny L.A. day.

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But this isn't just like any other L.A. day... or any other flu season, for that matter.

But this isn't just like any other L.A. day... or any other flu season, for that matter.

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Because little do these people know...

Because little do these people know...

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Here's What Fictional Heroes Are Called In Other Languages

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In France, Green Lantern is called The Green Buffoon. By James Chapman.

Harry Potter.

Harry Potter.

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Mario.

Mario.

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The Marvel universe.

The Marvel universe.

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Maisie Williams Will Be In The Next Series Of "Doctor Who"

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She’s having a strong 2015.

Two huge fandoms are colliding.

Two huge fandoms are colliding.

The BBC has announced that Maisie Williams, internationally known for her role as Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, will guest star in the next series of Doctor Who, which is due in the autumn. She is of course already known internationally for her role in Arya Stark in Game of Thrones.

In a statement the actress said;

“I'm so excited to be working on Doctor Who as it’s such a big and important part of British culture. I can’t wait to meet the cast and crew and start filming, especially as we’ll be shooting not too far from my home town.” Steven Moffat, the showrunner of Doctor Who, said in a statement that "It’s not possible to say too much about who or what she’s playing".

Williams has been branching out Game of Thrones. Earlier this year she appeared in the critically acclaimed Channel 4 drama Cyberbully, and she's recently appeared in two films, Gold and The Falling, which is being released in the UK on the 24th April.

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She'll handle two huge fandoms, like a boss.

She'll handle two huge fandoms, like a boss.

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LINK: Maisie Williams: Cyberbullies Made Me Feel Completely Alone

LINK: The Hard Truths Maisie Williams Learned While Growing Up On "Game Of Thrones"


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Which Of The Four Elements Are You?

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Are you Earth, Air, Fire, or Water?

17 Leggings Every Nerdy Girl Needs In Her Life

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You should lock your wallet away before reading this.

World of Warcraft inspired Paladin Leggings

World of Warcraft inspired Paladin Leggings

+20 Health / +10 Strength / +20 Defense / +100 CUTE
$45/Geakweave

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Game of Thrones Dragon Egg Leggings

Game of Thrones Dragon Egg Leggings

Make like Daenerys and ask "Where are my dragons?"
$80/BlackMilk

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MECHA Leggings

MECHA Leggings

No power source needed. Instant robot chic!
$45/Geakweave

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Batman Comic Leggings

Batman Comic Leggings

As Neil Gailman said, “You don't get heaven or hell. Do you know the only reward you get for being Batman? You get to be Batman.”
$80/BlackMilk

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19 Female TV Characters Who Are Definitely Gryffindors

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You might belong on television, where dwell the brave at heart.

Olivia Pope - Scandal

Olivia Pope - Scandal

Honestly, Olivia could be in Slytherin or Ravenclaw too, but she's pretty much a huge Gryffindor. No matter what she does, Olivia is pretty sure she's doing the right thing, the moral thing. She's one of the bravest and toughest women on television. Everything about her screams Gryffindor.

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Kate Beckett - Castle

Kate Beckett - Castle

Motivated by black and white morality, Detective Beckett is a huge Gryffindor. She knows her right from wrong, and she devotes her life to setting that path straight. Beckett is known to jump, without hesitation, into the dangerous thing (the season four finale, anyone?). She always wants to be the hero.

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Donna Meagle - Parks and Recreation

Donna Meagle - Parks and Recreation

Heck to the yes, Donna! She is courageous, outspoken, and nervy, just like a Gryffindor should be. Also, she has a loyal heart, like most Gryffindors. She'd rock that red and gold with pride.

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Lois Lane - Smallville

Lois Lane - Smallville

Like the show says, she is brave, kind, and a force of nature. That's pretty much everything Gryffindor is supposed to be. Lois would do anything for the people she loves, but she often lets that passion cloud her judgment. This makes her a pretty obvious Gryffindor.

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What New Book Should You Read This Spring?

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Spring into reading a new book.

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Is This A Picture Of A Hutt Or A Nut?

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Are you nuts for Hutts?

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The introduction of Hot or Not fifteen years ago left one giant question unanswered: Hutt or Nut?
Can you tell the difference between a Star Wars gastropod from the planet Nal Hutta and a hard, edible kernel from the planet Earth?

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Can You Guess The Movie From The Poster Art?

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It’s harder than you think…

sabato 28 marzo 2015

17 Times 'Mario Party' Has Ruined Your Friendships

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It always seems like a good idea at first…

So you and your friends decided to play the perennial classic, Mario Party?

So you and your friends decided to play the perennial classic, Mario Party?

Do not press start...

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FUCKING MISTAKE!

FUCKING MISTAKE!

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For instance, there's that moment when your friend in the lead gets cocky, starts slipping, and that ugly part of yourself revels in their frustration.

For instance, there's that moment when your friend in the lead gets cocky, starts slipping, and that ugly part of yourself revels in their frustration.

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venerdì 27 marzo 2015

12 Tumblr Posts Only Tolkien Fans Will Appreciate

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You’ll be Gladriel you clicked on this post.

"Excuse you."

Orlando Bloom being his usual adorable self.

Sassy Gandalf.

"Heard you was talking shit."


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How Good At Quidditch Would You Be?

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Have you got the quaffles to compete?

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Here's Ryan Reynolds Seductively Modeling The New Deadpool Suit

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It’s working.

But obviously the most amazing thing about this photo is GAMS, DAMN RYAN REYONLDS.

But obviously the most amazing thing about this photo is GAMS, DAMN RYAN REYONLDS.

Flash me dat ankle son.

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37 Things You Learn From Working In A Comic Shop

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You’ve gotta get something out of it other than a staff discount and a hernia.

This guy is nowhere near an exaggeration.

This guy is nowhere near an exaggeration.

Not even slightly. Not even close. You know this guy. Deep down, you are this guy. He's the patron saint of your shit life.

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You become so used to the smell of B.O. that you can no longer detect B.O. on humans.

You become so used to the smell of B.O. that you can no longer detect B.O. on humans.

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It's apparently perfectly reasonable to respond to the words "No, sorry, those are embargoed until tomorrow" with "...But can I have them?"

It's apparently perfectly reasonable to respond to the words "No, sorry, those are embargoed until tomorrow" with "...But can I have them?"

"I won't tell Marvel. What if the shop burned down? They'd never know." MARVEL KNOWS. DON'T BURN OUR SHOP DOWN.

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There was a scene in Six Feet Under that haunts you still.

There was a scene in Six Feet Under that haunts you still.

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How Joss Whedon Brought Quicksilver And Scarlet Witch To The "Avengers" Franchise

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Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff) and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff) in an exclusive first-look image from Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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LONDON — A small police force was pinned down behind a makeshift barricade of smoldering car chassis and fallen slabs of concrete on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, its gunfire no match for the relentless onslaught of hostile robots of the film’s title, barreling down the barely recognizable city street. The windows of a nearby high-rise exploded in clouds of billowing black smoke as extras attempted to flee the carnage raining down all around them. If there was ever a time for one of the Avengers to swoop in and save the day, it was this moment.

But instead of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), or the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), a man in dark motorcycle pants and a body-hugging silver shirt sprinted into the middle of the action, carrying a woman in a tattered black dress and stylish red jacket in his arms. They looked less like superheroes, and more like European party kids who'd just emerged from an all-day rave and accidentally stumbled into chaos. The man skidded to a stop and the woman flew out of his arms — and directly into the path of the oncoming Ultrons.

But there was nothing to worry about: She was far from helpless, and he was always on his toes. They were twin siblings Wanda and Pietro Maximoff, also known respectively as Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) — the newest members of the Avengers franchise.

As the actors and extras set up for the next take, writer-director Joss Whedon explained to BuzzFeed News why Pietro had been carrying his sister. "They have a lovely expedited form of transportation," he said with a smile.

It was July, in the final weeks of production on Age of Ultron, on a massive London soundstage that had been converted from a police training facility into a war-ravaged city in the fictional Eastern European country of Sokovia that Pietro and Wanda call home. But this particular scene was the second part of a sequence that Taylor-Johnson and Olsen began shooting during the very first weeks of principal photography in March, in a village in Italy that was also doubling for this particular Sokovian city. "He's been carrying her all the way from Italy,” Whedon joked. Later, during a break from filming, Olsen compared her feelings about shooting the movie's enormous climax at first in Italy versus when she rejoined the action four months later in London. "It's funny — it's something I've gotten used to," she said. "But at the beginning, it was so insane."

Still the journey these characters have taken from the pages of Marvel comic books to the bustling set of a Marvel feature film has been even more vast, and strange, and challenging.

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Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are among the oldest characters in the Marvel Comics canon, debuting in 1964, three years after the Marvel Universe as we know it today began. A year later, they first became entwined with the Avengers; by the time Whedon had started to devour the comics as a teenager in the late 1970s, they were among Marvel's most beloved characters. So when he started writing and directing Marvel Studios' first Avengers movie — the one that ended up grossing $1.5 billion worldwide in 2012 — more than 30 years later, Whedon was already ruminating about bringing the Maximoff twins into the Marvel fold.

"The first movie was, 'Punch!' 'I punch you back!' 'I punch you back!'" he said. "You can only do that so many times before you start to think, This is dulllllllllll." Instead of just throwing punches, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch exercise their powers in visually dynamic ways: The former can run faster than the speed of sound, while the latter boasts a formidable suite of abilities, including telekinesis and mind control. "We're very much yin and yang," said Taylor-Johnson, back in his trailer. "I'm more physical, and she's more psychological." That duality provided Whedon with a far more varied set of tools with which to wow the audience.

But the Maximoff twins also presented Whedon with an even more tantalizing possibility: the chance to reinvent two beloved Marvel characters from the ground up.

Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver (at far right) on the cover of X-Men #4

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In the comics, Wanda and Pietro are mutants — that 1964 debut was in X-Men #4. Their father is even the X-Men's arch nemesis, Magneto. (Well, kind of, but let's not fall down this particular rabbit hole.) The X-Men movie rights, however, are owned by 20th Century Fox, whereas Marvel Studios is a subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company. Unlike the recent unprecedented deal between Disney and Sony Pictures to share the character of Spider-Man, the creative worlds of Fox's X-Men movies and the Marvel Studios movies remain strictly separate. Not even the word "mutant" can be uttered in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

As a result, for the first time, Whedon was able to introduce two major characters into the MCU completely on his terms. "It allowed me to tie their origin into the mythos of this [Marvel Studios] universe more effectively," he said of the extremely bizarre circumstance afforded to him by these two giant media corporations’ intellectual property licensing deals. "It's more useful to me than introducing the idea of mutants."

It was also just a plain good time for the writer-director. "I think he's having a lot of fun working with Aaron and me, because he didn't inherit characters," said Olsen. "He was able to create characters with us. We get to have, like, the origin story. Anything from the accent to the movements to our personalities has not been a conversation we had with anyone else on another film. It's just within this world."

The seeds of the Maximoff twins’ new origin story were sewn in the post-credits sequence of 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which revealed that Hydra leader Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) used the mystical scepter wielded by Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in 2012's The Avengers for a series of human experiments. And that ultimately caused Wanda and Pietro to become Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. Whedon is quick to point out, however, that the twins — who, in his script, were orphaned at 10 when their parents were killed in a bomb attack — volunteered for this fate, because of their darker points of view on the heroes we've grown to love.

"They don't like America, and they don't like the Avengers," Whedon told BuzzFeed News many months later while in the final weeks of post-production on the movie. "We only touch on it briefly — there was more. When the movie was an hour longer, everything got explained a lot." (According to Whedon, Age of Ultron clocks in a full minute shorter than its predecessor, or roughly 142 minutes, debunking rumors that it is nearly three hours long.) "The Avengers are like a world power, and not everybody's on board with the Avengers coming in and starting fights, even in the name of justice," he continued. "So you need that dissenting voice, and you need to understand it and sympathize with it."

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To pull that off, Whedon needed to find actors who could earn the audience's sympathy even as they were actively preventing the Avengers from thwarting the artificially super-intelligent robot Ultron (voiced and performed via motion capture by James Spader) and his plans to eradicate humanity. For the hot-tempered and perpetually restless Pietro, Whedon said the only actor he wanted was Taylor-Johnson, who first rose to prominence playing another comic-book hero in 2010's Kick-Ass. "He is an old-school movie star," said Whedon. "Pietro has always been kind of a dick. Aaron is so beautiful — like sculpture beautiful — that you buy him as somebody who's going to be a little arrogant. He's not as a person. He's a dear. He works his ass off. But I knew that he could play that guy."

For the calm and steady Wanda, Whedon said Marvel executives suggested he check out Olsen's electrifying performance in 2011's Sundance hit Martha Marcy May Marlene in which she played a young woman reacclimating herself to the world after escaping an abusive cult. "I met her, and was like, Oh yeah. This is not a conversation either. I think she's unforgettable." Olsen's ethereal demeanor also jelled with Whedon's desire to dial down the character's more theatrical persona in the comics. "She's not going to wear a giant tiara and a red leotard," he said.

Taylor-Johnson and Olsen in 2014's Godzilla

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Olsen and Taylor-Johnson had also recently worked together on 2014's Godzilla, where they played a married couple who spend almost the entire movie apart. "It's nice to already know someone," said Olsen with a wry smile. "We ended up spending a lot more time doing [publicity] than filming that film. So we already were buddies."

And though they were barely together in their first project, Olsen and Taylor-Johnson were practically never apart while making Age of Ultron. "They're super protective of each other. In all the comic books, they're always super close or touching or holding hands or something,” said Olsen. "So we're trying to incorporate that so it doesn't look a little weird. But they're the most important things in each other's lives."

Indeed, the Maximoff twins' profound closeness was born from their parentless childhood. "He's like, 'Don't talk to my sister. Don't touch my sister,'" said Taylor-Johnson. "He's kind of fatherly in that physical, aggressive kind of way. And then there are times where you see that she's consoling him and kind of nurturing him in a motherly way. He's quite a vulnerable person. They both are."

That vulnerability also taught Wanda how to exploit other people's weaknesses — and provided Whedon with yet another new storytelling opportunity. "She can make you have a nightmare, is one way of putting it," he said. "'Trip balls,' would be another one. That was something I very much wanted, because it meant we could spend a little time inside the Avengers' heads — either their past or their impressions of what's going on, or their fears, or all of the above. And confronting that is very debilitating for the Avengers, but it's also kind of revelatory. That's not the movie I made last time. I could never have done that."

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Whedon confirmed that those trips inside the Avengers' psyches are why fans have noticed Idris Elba (who plays Thor's compatriot Heimdall) and Hayley Atwell (who plays Captain America's 1940s flame Peggy Carter) listed on the Age of Ultron poster. And for Olsen, getting to pull those psychological strings was a much appreciated opportunity. "I do get to be a part of strong turning points in the story," she said. "If you're in a group of a lot of men, it's really easy to make the guys be the turning points. I actually get to charge things, which is nice."

Figuring out how Scarlet Witch manifests those powers on screen proved to be one of Whedon's favorite parts of making Age of Ultron. "The Marvel Universe is very grounded in reality,” he explained. “We have Guardians [of the Galaxy]. We have Thor. But at the end of the day, you know, a blaster, a hammer, it's all grounded. This is a girl who tosses spells around. You want that physicality to be very believable. You want to feel the directionality and the specificity. Sometimes I'm just straight-up pedantic about, This is what she's trying to accomplish, so let's create a motion that is exactly that."

In practical terms, that meant that Whedon often found himself moving his body as if he were Scarlet Witch. "I spent more time doing those movements than any other thing when I was writing script," he said. A knee injury, however, kept the filmmaker from totally immersing himself into the character’s physicality, so he turned to movement coach Jennifer White to help interpret his ideas into reality on set.

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But Whedon just couldn’t help himself. After shooting Pietro throwing Wanda in front of the pack of Ultrons on the London set, Olsen and White watched their director, with tremendous concentration, swirl his arms over his head and then thrust them to either side, movement that would ultimately result in a burst of red kinetic energy surging from Wanda's arms, obliterating the Ultrons before her. (Less than two weeks later, Whedon underwent knee surgery that prevented him from attending San Diego Comic-Con with the rest of his cast. "I may have misinterpreted how much I could do," he told BuzzFeed News a month later.)

Whedon filmed Olsen dispatching Ultrons from several angles, including one using an ultra-high-speed camera. That shot would later be combined with one of Taylor-Johnson running through the same frame at regular speed, to re-create how the world looks to Quicksilver when he's operating at his top velocity. The filming strategy proved especially taxing for Olsen, who had to maintain Wanda's stable bearing even amid utter bedlam — every quiver in her face was amplified enormously in slow motion. "There's live cars on fire and gunshots and all those things," Olsen said. "I have such a bad nervous system that … I have to know exactly when there's gonna be a loud noise or a spark or else I'll jump or twitch or something."

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For his part, Taylor-Johnson also struggled at first to nail the deceptively simple act of how Quicksilver would look while running on camera. The obvious option — shooting Taylor-Johnson running on a treadmill in front of a green screen — proved to be a non-starter. "There was no real life to it," said Taylor-Johnson. "It looked really dull." Instead, the production started shooting Taylor-Johnson outdoors, as he sprinted over natural terrain. "The more dynamic or the messier my arms were or the wider my legs were, [and] the more I changed up the wave and the rhythm of the running, the better," he said. "It feels more emotional and expressive. It's a lot more fun that way."

And it was important to make Quicksilver's running as distinctive as possible — thanks to the character's appearance in both X-Men and Avengers comics, Evan Peters had already played him in 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past. "It's a unique scenario," Age of Ultron producer and Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige, a master of understatement, told BuzzFeed News on set. "That's the only character where that could happen, and it happened."

Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, and Evan Peters in X-Men: Days of Future Past

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Whedon said he had made it known within the Marvel offices that his plan was always to use Quicksilver in Avengers 2. "And then, you know, months after I started, they were like, [Days of Future Past] just changed Juggernaut to Quicksilver. I'm like, What?!" Both Whedon and Feige praised the central Quicksilver sequence in Days of Future Past in which Peters races through a prison kitchen and takes out several guards who are attacking his friends — but they were also eager to downplay any comparisons audiences might try to make between the two versions of the character.

"We knew it would be very different based on the various interpretations of the character through the comic," Feige said. "It may as well be different characters."

"There's going to be an entire season of The Flash that's gone on before my movie too, and what Aaron is doing and what I wanted him to do is so different from what they were doing in that movie, that I think we're fine,” Whedon added. “I think there's room for more than one Quicksilver. But yeah, I was never thrilled."

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19 Burning Questions Disney Movies Never Answered

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We need some magical answers ASAP.

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giovedì 26 marzo 2015

How Well Do You Know John Green?

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The author behind beloved books Paper Towns and The Fault In Our Stars dishes about everything from the song he sings in the shower to his favorite sports team.

Here's Chris Evans, Human Dorito, On An Actual Bag Of Doritos

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You’ve made it tumblr.

Once upon a time, in a land far far away, the greatest tumblr tag in the history of tumblr tags was written.

And it inspired a revolution.

Because honestly, where is the lie?


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47 Insanely Adorable Studio Ghibli Items You Need Immediately

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There’s more than enough to appease your inner Forest Spirit.

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Totoro-Inspired Hat and Fingerless Gloves

Totoro-Inspired Hat and Fingerless Gloves

Sized for children and adults who never grow up.

$60 on Etsy

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Catbus Planter

Catbus Planter

$16.94 on Etsy

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Totoro Cloak Shawl

Totoro Cloak Shawl

$24.99 on Etsy

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