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-- This Batman story! Thanks to everyone who passed it along to me. A man dressed as Batman – evoking, perhaps, the spirit of Del Boy and Rodney more than the sleek leather outfit of Christian Bale's latest incarnation – was caught on camera bringing a wanted man into police custody.
The caped crusader marched into Trafalgar House police station, in the south of the city, in the early hours of 25 February and handed over the suspected criminal, before disappearing into the night.
-- In case you missed it, Maria Menounos won the Internet for the day when she posted this pic.
-- What's possibly the best cure for a migraine? Guess. You'll get it!
A team of neurologists found that sexual activity can lead to “partial or complete relief” of head pain in some migraines.
The study, from the University of Munster, Germany, suggests that instead of using a sore head as an excuse to refuse sex, making love can be more effective than taking painkillers.
Does sex cure anything else?!?! If only it were that easy, right?!
-- From this review, Superman could be as so many of have hoped since before the Brandon Routh version. The action is great in the movie. There is fair bit of it. It feels like The Matrix. By that, I mean it's quite over the top. This is good because it's Superman. There are a lot of little touches that are shown by Henry Cavill which give more gravitas to the vulnerability of Superman. Moments where he's shaken or staggered. They're just cool moments. The action is both slow and fast which gives an effect of something superhuman occurring. In terms of action, there are about four major setpieces. Then there are a lot of little action moments in between. It really does feel like the first time Superman has been done justice in live action. There is one moment near the end where you will go, this is [frick]ing Superman.
-- Another season of The Following, because it's been renewed.So basically a show that torments me because the authorities seem so inept during and then at the conclusion of each show, is probably going to leave us with the cliffhanger of all cliffhangers when the final 8 episodes of this season finishes up. The Following has performed well with advertiser-coveted young adults, ranking as TV's No. 3 drama when delayed viewing of up to a week is considered.
Fox entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly praisedThe Following's producers and cast.
"From the very beginning, we felt (executive producers) Kevin Williamson and Marcos Siega had created a high-quality, edge-of-your-seat drama that could break from the pack, and it is exciting to see the audience responding," Reilly said in a statement accompanying the renewal announcement. "Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy have given us two of the most compelling characters on television and the entire cast is incredible."
-- That 20/80 thing I teased you with yesterday was an Oprah thing? Damn, never knew. When it comes to jeans, I'm like 10/90. "You wear 20 percent of your clothes 80 percent of the time," he says. "For the next six months, whenever you wear an article of clothing and hang it back in the closet, I want you to hang it the correct way. ... If you have stuff after six months that's still hanging back to the front, you have to ask yourself, 'Are you ever going to wear it again?'"
-- Rumor slightly debunked? My source tells me in regards to DC and WB producing future superhero movies, "Fans' enthusiasm for more movies will be rewarded once MoS comes out." So based on that, DC knows fanboy(and girls) want to see more of their superheros on the big screen, but I was told that we can count on NOT hearing anything for sure until Man Of Steel hits theaters. Now that is plausible and correlates to what we've read before. If MoS isn't a monster, it dampens everything's future potential for success.
Unfortunately for some, I am hearing that Christian Bale will NOT be back as Batman. They are looking to recast the character and go with a new story. Another rumor that has floated around is that Will Beall's script has been thrown out, and David Goyer will be writing the movie. However, I'm hearing Beall's script is still in play, and that Goyer may do some rewrites or consult on the movie, but he will not write the movie. "If Bale is coming back and Goyer is penning, it's news to Warner Bros,"
-- Ooooook, so Latino Review whiffs every now and then. Whedon, who directed "Marvel's The Avengers" and has signed on for the sequel, told IGN that there are no plans for a "Planet Hulk" film to follow "Avengers 2." When asked if upcoming Marvel movies would delve further into Hulk storylines, Whedon took a firm stance: "Well, I’m really not supposed to comment, but no, that’s nonsense."