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Mar. 4th, 2017 10:27 am
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I need a new Wolverine icon. Heh. Might be some icon making in my future.

I'm still digesting the film, but the short story is that I loved it.

It's really brutal, so I was surprised that it only had a 15 rating here, but then, so did Deadpool, so I shouldn't be surprised. just makes me wonder what it takes for a movie to be rated 18.

Hugh, Patrick and Dafne really gave it their all and gave wonderful performances. It's very much the Wolverine movie I've been waiting for.

I can't wait to get my hands on the BluRay.
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Have collected some more X-Men 3 pictures, for your viewing pleasure until the movie is finally released in theatres.
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Have collected some more X-Men 3 pictures, for your viewing pleasure until the movie is finally released in theatres.
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Finally saw Daredevil yesterday. I liked it better than when I saw it at the cinema.. kind of got over the end fight issue I had. Want a sequel.. what's been taking them so long? Guess I'll just have to get my hands on the director's cut, it is supposed to be better, and might solve some of the things that did bug me. It needs a little more meat in the beginning, the relationship between Matt and Elektra just happens, and goes to intensity waaay to fast. Bullseye just seems to pop up here and there and then go a bit ballistic, he needed a bit more to do. I'm not a big Colin Farrell, but they could have given him a little more screentime maybe?

Despite what people say I liked Ben Affleck in the role as Daredevil. I'm not a big fan of Jennifer Garner either, but she did okay. All in all, I like the film, and am thinking I want to buy my own copy. :)

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Now for the reason I saw the movie. It was really so I could get my comic-book-movie-rating-list in order, but it's easier said than done. My old one can be foun HERE. It's been a while, and there have been a few new comic book movies since then, so here goes.

COMIC BOOK LIST )

comments?

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Finally saw Daredevil yesterday. I liked it better than when I saw it at the cinema.. kind of got over the end fight issue I had. Want a sequel.. what's been taking them so long? Guess I'll just have to get my hands on the director's cut, it is supposed to be better, and might solve some of the things that did bug me. It needs a little more meat in the beginning, the relationship between Matt and Elektra just happens, and goes to intensity waaay to fast. Bullseye just seems to pop up here and there and then go a bit ballistic, he needed a bit more to do. I'm not a big Colin Farrell, but they could have given him a little more screentime maybe?

Despite what people say I liked Ben Affleck in the role as Daredevil. I'm not a big fan of Jennifer Garner either, but she did okay. All in all, I like the film, and am thinking I want to buy my own copy. :)

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Now for the reason I saw the movie. It was really so I could get my comic-book-movie-rating-list in order, but it's easier said than done. My old one can be foun HERE. It's been a while, and there have been a few new comic book movies since then, so here goes.

COMIC BOOK LIST )

comments?

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Matthew Vaughn Helming X-Men 3!!!
Ain't-It-Cool-News has confirmed that Layer Cake director Matthew Vaughn will direct X-Men 3 for 20th Century Fox. Bryan Singer directed the first two films of the franchise and is now shooting Superman.
The anticipated third film is expected to center on the Dark Phoenix saga. Both Simon Kinberg and Zak Penn wrote scripts, but the site says the studio will use Penn's draft for the movie.
In related news, while Hugh Jackman (who is also producing), Famke Janssen, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Alan Cumming and more are all coming back, Halle Berry still isn't sure. She tells XMenFilms.net:
I have not read the script. All I have asked, is that if I come back as Storm, she need to be closer to the comic book. So, if they have in fact written her closer to the comic book character, then I'm in. If not, I'm out. I hope I'm in though. I love Storm, and really want to be part of the last film.
Fox and Marvel Studios are eyeing a Memorial Day, 2006 release date for X-Men 3.



 

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Matthew Vaughn Helming X-Men 3!!!
Ain't-It-Cool-News has confirmed that Layer Cake director Matthew Vaughn will direct X-Men 3 for 20th Century Fox. Bryan Singer directed the first two films of the franchise and is now shooting Superman.
The anticipated third film is expected to center on the Dark Phoenix saga. Both Simon Kinberg and Zak Penn wrote scripts, but the site says the studio will use Penn's draft for the movie.
In related news, while Hugh Jackman (who is also producing), Famke Janssen, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Alan Cumming and more are all coming back, Halle Berry still isn't sure. She tells XMenFilms.net:
I have not read the script. All I have asked, is that if I come back as Storm, she need to be closer to the comic book. So, if they have in fact written her closer to the comic book character, then I'm in. If not, I'm out. I hope I'm in though. I love Storm, and really want to be part of the last film.
Fox and Marvel Studios are eyeing a Memorial Day, 2006 release date for X-Men 3.



 

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The little guided tour of Portobello market went well yesterday. No problems. Was nice meeting her again actually, getting some news from the former home.

Went to the thearte again yesterday to see A Life in the Thearte. I enjoyed myself more this time, had much better seats, and didn't pay through the nose for it either. :) This time we stayed around after the show to get a glimpse of the stars, maybe even get an autograph. Both Sol and I scored an autograph from Joshua Jackson, here's a low quality pic: autograph )


Sadly my camera decided to die on me, don't know if the pictures I have taken can be saved, but will hand them in and let the pros. take a looks. Sol took a few pictures so I can copy pics from her. Patrick Stewart didn't come out the same way as Joshua, but maybe I'll catch him another time.

Next X-Man on the list is Alan Cumming at the Collectormania in April/May, will hopefully be able to get his autograph. :) Still not sure about Sean Astin, as I've already got a signed copy of his book, and those autographs ain't exactly cheap.

 

Saw Constantine today. I liked it, I must say. It's not the deepest movie I've seen, but it now ranks as a steady number 2 to the X-Men films on my comic-book-movie-list, and might be the first other comic-book-movie I actually buy on DVD. I liked the visuals, and it was a role that fit Keanu Reeves with his limited facial expressions. It's been called a mix between The Matrix and The Exorcist, which is kind of weird as I'm not a huge fan of either of them. I'm not really able to write a full-blown review of it right now, but what I will say is that I liked it.

Also got a kick out of the Sin City teaser trailer being shown before the film. The wait is just far to loooooong. *sigh*

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The little guided tour of Portobello market went well yesterday. No problems. Was nice meeting her again actually, getting some news from the former home.

Went to the thearte again yesterday to see A Life in the Thearte. I enjoyed myself more this time, had much better seats, and didn't pay through the nose for it either. :) This time we stayed around after the show to get a glimpse of the stars, maybe even get an autograph. Both Sol and I scored an autograph from Joshua Jackson, here's a low quality pic: autograph )


Sadly my camera decided to die on me, don't know if the pictures I have taken can be saved, but will hand them in and let the pros. take a looks. Sol took a few pictures so I can copy pics from her. Patrick Stewart didn't come out the same way as Joshua, but maybe I'll catch him another time.

Next X-Man on the list is Alan Cumming at the Collectormania in April/May, will hopefully be able to get his autograph. :) Still not sure about Sean Astin, as I've already got a signed copy of his book, and those autographs ain't exactly cheap.

 

Saw Constantine today. I liked it, I must say. It's not the deepest movie I've seen, but it now ranks as a steady number 2 to the X-Men films on my comic-book-movie-list, and might be the first other comic-book-movie I actually buy on DVD. I liked the visuals, and it was a role that fit Keanu Reeves with his limited facial expressions. It's been called a mix between The Matrix and The Exorcist, which is kind of weird as I'm not a huge fan of either of them. I'm not really able to write a full-blown review of it right now, but what I will say is that I liked it.

Also got a kick out of the Sin City teaser trailer being shown before the film. The wait is just far to loooooong. *sigh*

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Thoght I'd finally write a little about what I did last weekend, nothing major, but I did get out of the house. :)

Last weekend )

 

Yesterday I went to the theatre with Lars and his wife Benedicte (#2). We saw... )

That's about it from my exiting life ;P Have no plans this weekend. Might be a chance to hit the cinema with Benedicte (#1) and Nina either today or tomorrow. Tonight there's the norwegian and British finals of the Eurovision Song contest, and they're planning something around it here at the house, so I'll most likely go down and have a look at that.

 

(Can't be bothered to reread, and check spelling, hope it's all understandable.)

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Thoght I'd finally write a little about what I did last weekend, nothing major, but I did get out of the house. :)

Last weekend )

 

Yesterday I went to the theatre with Lars and his wife Benedicte (#2). We saw... )

That's about it from my exiting life ;P Have no plans this weekend. Might be a chance to hit the cinema with Benedicte (#1) and Nina either today or tomorrow. Tonight there's the norwegian and British finals of the Eurovision Song contest, and they're planning something around it here at the house, so I'll most likely go down and have a look at that.

 

(Can't be bothered to reread, and check spelling, hope it's all understandable.)

Theatre

Mar. 4th, 2005 07:34 pm
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Off to see Patrick Stawart and Joshua Jackson.

Theatre

Mar. 4th, 2005 07:34 pm
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Off to see Patrick Stawart and Joshua Jackson.
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'swingerbone' alerted us that Hugh Jackman has just won the Best Actor award at the Tonys for Broadway's "The Boy From Oz"...

Just wanted to point out that Wolverine, Hugh Jackman won the Best Actor award at the Tony's tonight. Hugh even got a standing ovation. Other comic hero movie actors appearing in the Tonys were Alfred Molina, Donna Murphy, Anna Paquin, and Patrick Stewart.

Jackman also hosted the show, of course. You can check out the full list of winners at the official website.

 

Source: X3 Hype

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'swingerbone' alerted us that Hugh Jackman has just won the Best Actor award at the Tonys for Broadway's "The Boy From Oz"...

Just wanted to point out that Wolverine, Hugh Jackman won the Best Actor award at the Tony's tonight. Hugh even got a standing ovation. Other comic hero movie actors appearing in the Tonys were Alfred Molina, Donna Murphy, Anna Paquin, and Patrick Stewart.

Jackman also hosted the show, of course. You can check out the full list of winners at the official website.

 

Source: X3 Hype

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Patrick Stewart, aka Professor Charles Xavier, talked briefly to the Los Angeles Daily News about X-Men 3...

Patrick Stewart reports, "There are stirrings at Fox now in connection with 'X-Men 3.' " And the actor figures he very well may be suiting up as Professor X again next year for the third installment of the hit comic book franchise.
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Patrick Stewart, aka Professor Charles Xavier, talked briefly to the Los Angeles Daily News about X-Men 3...

Patrick Stewart reports, "There are stirrings at Fox now in connection with 'X-Men 3.' " And the actor figures he very well may be suiting up as Professor X again next year for the third installment of the hit comic book franchise.
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Patrick Stewart Says X-Men 3 in 2005

The Bradenton Herald spoke to Patrick Stewart, aka Prof. Xavier in the X-Men films, about the third installment.
Despite Star Trek's continued success in syndication and on the silver screen, a younger generation of viewers knows Stewart best not as Captain Picard, but as Professor Charles Xavier, from the two blockbuster X-Men pictures, the latter of which opened in 2003.
"X-Men 3 should come out in 2005," Stewart said on the red carpet. During the discussion inside the theater he said he hoped the franchise continues for several more films.
He also said he won't be doing any more "Star Trek" films.


If this is true they'd better start crackig. According to what I read so far they only have the treatment ready. And only a few actors are signed.
I still hope it's true tho. :)
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Patrick Stewart Says X-Men 3 in 2005

The Bradenton Herald spoke to Patrick Stewart, aka Prof. Xavier in the X-Men films, about the third installment.
Despite Star Trek's continued success in syndication and on the silver screen, a younger generation of viewers knows Stewart best not as Captain Picard, but as Professor Charles Xavier, from the two blockbuster X-Men pictures, the latter of which opened in 2003.
"X-Men 3 should come out in 2005," Stewart said on the red carpet. During the discussion inside the theater he said he hoped the franchise continues for several more films.
He also said he won't be doing any more "Star Trek" films.


If this is true they'd better start crackig. According to what I read so far they only have the treatment ready. And only a few actors are signed.
I still hope it's true tho. :)
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We had a lovely christmas yesterday. They day started with stuff to do, but the evening was peaceful and quiet.

I had barely gotten out of bed when [livejournal.com profile] beluga knocked on the door. We drove up to Isen to deliver her christmas presents. Then I drove [livejournal.com profile] beluga home, though I should be nice, since it was friggin' cold outside, and the bus takes ages.

When I got back home I quickly ate breakfast, then helped my dad in the kitchen. When my parents had their afternoon nap, I grabbed the chance to keep one of my traditions alive; watching a silly/stupid/bad movie. I put "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" in the VCR and started watching, but by the time they got to the archery contest I was fast asleep. Guess the last couple of days finally caught up with me. I woke up again just to see Patrick Stewart in the credits.

After that I had more chores to do, but that was ok. I just took it easy, and thing got done. Eventually we could finally sit down and enjoy our christmas dinner. It was lovely, i've been dreaming of that food for months now.
After supper it was time for presents. I was very happy this year. ;) My parents were pleased with what I got them.
Some of the things I got:
* Printer for my laptop.
* Adidas watch.
* "Bowling for Columbine" DVD.
* Candlesticks.
* A nice sweater.
* Light for my movie-camera.
* "X2" collage.
* Evanessence CD
* "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" picture.
* Necklace, ear-rings, ring and bracelet.
* A pack of "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" trading cards.
* ect ect ect

Am very happy, and nothing will be traded. I only have to get the watch tightened.

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