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In “Alone”, Maggie, Bob and Sasha must decide if they will go their separate ways. Meanwhile, Beth and Daryl get split up.
Continue reading for a spoiler filled recap and reaction to The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 13 entitled “Alone”.
In “T.A.H.I.T.I.” Bill Paxton (Aliens, Titanic) joins the cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as the team races to save Skye’s life.
Continue reading for a spoiler filled review of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 1, Episode 14.
In “Still”, Daryl helps Beth on her mission to lose her alcohol virginity. Will they or won’t they, that is the question.
Continue reading for a spoiler filled recap and reaction to The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 12 entitled “Still”.
Who would you cast as the Hero and Villain in an action movie? Check out the great responses from fellow bloggers, including my picks, to Oracle of Film’s question of the month post!
Originally posted on Oracle of Film:
So what was the question? I asked my fellow bloggers to imagine they were the Casting director for an action film. Who would they cast as the lead hero and the lead villain? I didn’t need a plot as of such, I just wanted to know who they wanted as the two actors in charge of bring charisma to the film. The answers have been unique, surprising and, above all, great. I hope you have as much fun reading them as I have. Also, if you want to take part in next month’s question, post a comment below and I will message you within the week.
ORACLE OF FILM – JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT VS. SCARLETT JOHANSSON
If I was put in charge with making a blockbuster action movie right now, I would want to try and make it memorable. The clearest thing for me is making the two leads as competent an actor as possible. I don’t want some stereotypical tough guy, punching people with a few grunts and wise-cracks. I want someone who looks bad-ass, but at the same time, we all know who can act a load too. Therefore, after some thinking, I came up with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The guy is competent when it comes to action as ‘Inception’ and ‘Looper’ proves, but he can deliver a powerhouse performance when called upon too.