Now that Disney owns a good chunk of everyone’s childhood for the foreseeable future, it’s all just one big happy Disney-Pixar-Lucasfilm-Marvel family. So when Karen Gillan had to shave her head for the role of Neubla in Guardians of the Galaxy, that gorgeous hair just didn’t get swept down the drain— it was donated to the Star Wars VII props and costume department, where it will be turned into a wig, or a beard, or maybe even a long, luscious, fiery merkin for some alien race.
I’m just gonna rip off io9/Topless Robot writer Rob Bricken here, because it sums the whole thing up pretty well: "Oh? You think you’re finally getting ready to make a Justice League movie? That’s nice. We have our next 40 movies planned out. I think we’re going to do Squirrel Girl, too. Not because we think she’s a good character, mind you, but just because if we manage to make a Squirrel Girl movie before you figure out how to make a Wonder Woman movie it’ll be hilarious."
The newest Marvel Studios flick, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is in theaters now, much to the delight of many fans. Marvel Studios has been making bigger and better comic book flicks lately, and this one looks no different. But how does it do? Is it another great flick, or should it have stayed frozen in a river?
Had Terry Gilliam been able to make Watchmen, it would have been more insane than the graphic novel, obviously
Before Zack Snyder got his hands on the film rights to Watchmen, writer/director/former Monty Python member/general weirdo Terry Gilliam wanted to do a Watchmen movie, and it could have been everything that Snyder’s Watchman movie wasn’t. It doesn’t have the giant squid, but it might have actually made Alan Moore smile. Maybe.