Only if Buffy was a supporting character on an Angel & Spike show. That’s pretty much what is happening here by making Wonder Woman a supporting character in a film clearly devoted to Batman and Superman (instead of giving her her own film- which may or may not happen given all the setbacks over the years)
On March 13, 2013, Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas asked fans of the acclaimed, gone-too-soon teen detective drama starring Kristen Bell to Kickstart a big screen revival. Fitting, then, that Marshmallow Nation will get to see what their $5.7 million paid for on the one year anniversary of the groundbreaking fundraising campaign: In an exclusive interview, Thomas tells EW that Warner Bros. will release the movie — simply titled Veronica Mars — on March 14, 2014. “Warner Bros. had this date circled for quite some time and hoped it would stay open,” Thomas tells EW. “Luckily, no other teen detective movie decided to open in the middle of March.”
in a 5-minute video posted to his YouTube account today in which he says that some of the past statements he has made denying he is gay bothered him, so he wanted to speak out and feels it’s time:
"Come spring this year my life changed massively when I met someone and they made me feel so happy, so safe, and everything just feels great - and well that someone is a guy. And it did take me by surprise a little bit. It was always in the back of my head that something like that could happen but it wasnt until the spring of this year that it clicked, felt right. Like I said, my whole world just changed, right there and then. And of course I still fancy girls but right now I’m dating a guy, and I just feel safe, and it really does just feel right. Is it a big deal? I don’t think so."
Please I know you’re in there… people are asking where you’ve been. They say I’ve courage, and I’m trying to… I’m right out here for you- just let me in. We only have each other. It’s just you and me. What are we gonna do? …do you wanna build a snowman?
Quietly sobbing while listening to the Frozen soundtrack
Reblog if you want Suzanne Collins to make a series about how Panem came to be and the very first Hunger Games.
Why did the US government shut down? How did Panem come to existence? Who was the first President? What happened to the other continents?
I am planning to see how many notes this gets, and once it gets a fair amount, I plan to send a letter to Suzanne Collins and ask her to make a new series about this topic.
On the one hand, that would be cool. On the other, I think the mystery adds to the horror of it all. By not providing details, she allows readers to come up with their own ideas how the U.S. turned into Panem.