Micro-News: Julia Garner Talks SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, Corporate Sponsored AVENGERS And More
Actress Julia Garner talks Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, what if superheroes were sponsored by American corporations, Robert Kirkman on AMC's The Walking Dead and more.
Actress Julia Garner talked with Movieline about Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. She says she shot a few 'special' scenes but wouldn't divulge any further details.
Good news for all you Dragon Ball Z fans out there. The new Dragon Ball Z movie, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, has a runtime of 2hrs and 01 minute.
What if superheros were sponsored by big name corporations. Anime fans will know that this is a concept that's been explored in the awesome Tiger & Bunny but over at Behance, the idea was applied to American superheroes by Roberto Vergati Santos. I've posted a few of the images below but be sure to check out the site for the full gallery.
Robert Kirkman talks about last night's episode of The Walking Dead and what's to come with THR.
"[Andrea's] really in a tough situation in that her relationship with the Governor -- from her perspective -- has completely deteriorated; she's starting to see the cracks forming. She does have a bit of an advantage in that they have this relationship as and that is allowing her to work against him and to try save the people of Woodbury.
That's the question moving into this [Kirkman says in response to if the group will learn that The Governor only wants Michonne]: Is Rick together enough? Is he going to be wise enough to see through this and see what's actually going on here? Or is he going to make a grave mistake? That's where we're moving things going forward. Everyone is putting their faith in Rick. He is given a somewhat impossible decision that he's going to have to make. Who knows what the consequences of either outcome is going to be? They're not going to be good."
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