Renée (rogueslayer452) wrote,

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I'll never be more than a wolf at your door for dinner.

++ You have no idea how happy I am that Isaiah Mustafa and Terry Crews are joining together in the new hilarious Old Spice commercials. Isaiah especially, because his Old Spice Guy commercials have always been a real treat. Remember when they did the twitter questions thing where he made special individual viral videos doing all those effects? That was an event that gave me life, and while this collaboration isn't on that level, it still is pure fun.

++ Official Agent Carter vs. Agents of Shield Dubsmash War announcement. (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

++ It seems that ABC has decided to go ahead with the Mockingbird spin-off, which they had previously passed on earlier this year. Interesting. While I do like Bobbi and Lance on Agents of Shield since they mesh well with the ensemble cast, I would like to see their individual stories separate from the main show. Since the second season finale had them bring everything to the table, Bobbi in particular, I would love to see what they do with their own story. I wonder how it'll happen. Perhaps it'll be like Agent Carter, a shortened season premiering during hiatus.

++ Apparently, the extended edition of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has been rated R, making it the first of the Middle-earth films to have such a rating. Considering the amount of violence the battle scenes and deaths of the LOTR trilogy had, in both theatrical and extended, it's curious why BOTFA received such a higher rating when every other movie of both trilogies were strictly PG13. Obviously we're going to be seeing more of the battle, so it makes me wonder how much more graphic it'll be, especially in comparison to the LOTR battles and deaths. Nevertheless, apparently we're going to be having a special treat since the entire Hobbit extended trilogy will be back in theaters in October, and you know that I'll be hoping to get tickets to see that. It would be the perfect birthday present.
Tags: marvel, television, the hobbit
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