I’ve been watching a lot of “Doctor Who.” I mean from Rose Tyler to Clara Oswald. My favorite season was with Donna Noble, especially the Adipose baby episode when the Doctor and Donna reconnected.
But Batman makes an excellent point here. The Doctor should have saved Rory and Amy! I don’t know that they lived happily ever after, and everyone knows the Weeping Angels throw you back to God knows where in time, so what if they really didn’t reunite until the very last day. And how is it that Rory lived more than 2,000 years but his gravestone says he died in his 80s?
I’m so confused. And where does John Hurt fit in the Doctor count, anyway?
I first heard of shawarma with this movie. I tried it soon after. It’s ok.
The Age of Ultron is a global production, as this trailer shows.
I didn’t know Hulk was a Fox News viewer. Why am I not surprised? (Via The Stranger)
I suspect C.C. Lemon contains a high percentage of caffeine. And once again, Japan shows its obsession with high school girls.
Just for the record, you don’t jump off of buildings and live. Do not try this at home. These are paid professionals with special effects added.
Looks like Captain America’s fault. But why are there drinks on the edge of the pool table to begin with? (Click to enlarge. Via Charlie Layton Draws.)
I’m confused. What does “Batman Five Superman” mean? (via USA Today).
The director can’t say exactly how the relationship between the two superheroes evolves, “but suffice it to say there is a ‘v’ in between their names” in the movie title, Snyder says. He explains that having the “v” instead of “vs.” is a way “to keep it from being a straight ‘versus’ movie, even in the most subtle way.”
Oh. OK. It’s not a roman numeral. it’s a versus abbreviation.
I’m more confused. You use “v” instead of “vs” when you’re using versus in a legal case (i.e.: Roe v. Wade). Why is Batman taking Superman to the Supreme Court? Why do the filmmakers thing I’d want to see two hours of super litigation?