1. I so wish I was in San Diego right now.

  2. barbeauxbot:

    Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

    omg look at him getting really into it also her hair is so pretty

    (Source: chrisprattdelicious, via hereditaryapathy)

  4. That episode where Hawkgirl was 282% done with everyone

    (Source: jesec, via hereditaryapathy)


  6. legs-are-just-for-show:

    replaying the same level in a video game for the hundredth time


    (via gigawattz)

  7. Mongol wouldn’t really be the antagonist, he’d be defeated early on so the focus can switch to Hal’s becoming Parallax.

    Maybe once Hal starts going insane the governments on Earth panic and release their superweapon - Superboy Prime. The plan backfires when Prime is even more crazy than Hal is, and the way Hal ‘redeems’ himself after causing devastation and death as Parallax is taking Prime into the sun with him, saving the Earth and dying a hero. 

    I am having a lot of fun working this out.

  8. I’m not exaggerating when I say I have at least a decade’s worth of Green Lantern/Justice League films planned out.

    The first film is ‘orientation’, if you will, for both Hal himself and the audience. The Green Lanterns fight off a threat (probably Manhunters), Sinestro is revealed to be an nutter. Second film is the Sinestro Corps War, in which the Guardians decide that this is such a huge threat they need two Lanterns per space sector, so that’s your John Stewart introduction. This film also features the rise of Mongul, who is the only member of Sinestro’s Corps to not be captured or killed.

    This allows a Justice League film to open with Mongul attacking Earth and destroying Coast City. Boom, Parallax film. Hal goes insane, tries to ‘rebuild’ the city, fights off both the Lanterns and the League members who try to talk him down, until Parallax tries to push Hal too far and he has his heroic last moment as he sacrifices his own life to prevent Parallax destroying the Earth.

    Green Lantern 3: The Hunt For Hal Jordan (better title TBA) has John Stewart and the new Lantern Kyle Rayner trying to recover Hal’s body, but when they fail to do so they realise he’s become the Specter. I’m running out of steam here, but you get the idea.

    Seriously, Warner Bros. Give me a call.

  9. I don’t think you can fit Sinestro’s entire ‘best Green Lantern - dictator - banished by the Guardians - returns with a yellow power ring - stirs some shit up - gets beat down’ arc into one film. The way I’d structure it is have someone else be the primary villain in the first film, use Sinestro as a supporting character (he’ll train Hal, because that’s tradition), and during the film the dictator thing will be revealed. Sinestro will help in the final battle against the threat, because everyone knows they need him, but afterwards he’ll be stripped of his ring and banished at the end of the film.

    Then the first scene of the sequel is him approaching Arkillo or Amon Sur with an ‘offer of power’. 


  10. superwyattsblog said: How do you feel about Dwaye "The Rock" Johson as Black Adam in the Shazam movie coming out? I think he will make a much better Black Adam than John Stewert.


    I think The Rock would be an absolutely perfect Black Adam, and not casting him as such would be a gigantic missed-opportunity.

    C’mon, not even Warner are so tactless to literally cast an even remotely black guy as a villain called Black Adam. The Rock is gonna be Captain Marvel himself.