Renée (rogueslayer452) wrote,

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There's an idea, a symbol that must continue no matter what.

++ There is a behind-the-scenes look at Wolverine: The Long Night where Richard Armitage talks about the project and there is footage of what the filming of the audio process was like, which surprisingly was a little more interactive and mobile than you'd think when it comes to podcast productions. I'm fascinated by that, because you allow actors more ways of creating a more convincing performance if they're able to move about, and seeing brief glimpses of Richard basically get really into the moment with the scenes is so great, which makes me excited to listen to this podcast. Also, I feel like this is just one step away from him becoming involved in video games somehow. I don't know why, but I have a feeling, based on his voice work for audiobooks, animation and now a podcast series, doing voice acting and even motion capture for video games would be the next thing he could do to continue doing something new with his career.

++ Agents of SHIELD just recently had their 100th episode, which in celebration the fandom has been created a lot of fanwork to show their love, some of them are fanvideos which I want to share one in particular that made me super happy. It's of Daisy Johnson (my favorite ❤) and her growth since the beginning of the show. It does features spoilers, but it all happens so fast since it is a quick overview of her character story over the course of the series, and it's so well done.

And without giving any spoilers, I have to say that the show continues to be absolutely amazing. They're in their fifth season and it is absolutely solid, so different from the previous seasons and yet still remains true to its core especially regarding the characters and their individual journeys that they've been on from the beginning. I've been enjoying the ride immensely.

++ Speaking of Marvel, with everything surrounding Avengers: Infinity War I find myself just not really caring that much? I think when it comes right down to it, I'm more of a casual watcher of superhero movies than most, meaning that I won't go see every single one in the theater, or at all, unless it actually interests me or it's something I'm genuinely excited to see. Also, the concept of having so many characters in one movie is a bit too overwhelming for me, personally, because even know Marvel has been building this up for a while I also know considering the time constraint on movies in general all of these characters won't get the equal amount of screentime, which bothers me since even movies that have a smaller ensemble can't even utilize that amount screentime for everyone. I don't think it's superhero fatigue, because I love certain movies that have come out recently and I really enjoy particular superhero television shows. I don't know, I'm just not feeling the hype. And perhaps that's the issue, there is a lot of hype surrounding these huge superhero films (both Marvel and DC, respectively) that I find myself not really caring unless it's something I'm really looking forward to seeing, or waiting until all of that hype quiets down before seeing it myself without any other outside influence. Does that make sense?
Tags: marvel, richard armitage, television
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