… Chris Hemsworth actually looks like a man.
Don’t get me wrong, Chris is great, especially as Thor, but the moment you take a closer look at his face beneath all this facial hair, you see that he really is 28…maybe a bit younger. He looks SO young that I feel the desire to take and hug him, like I would hug a little brother… *laughs*
(Admittedly a younger brother with one hell of a body… look at these arms alone…)
Did I mention that I’m a proud owner of a Bluray player and a HD TV?
Yes, I can be very stubborn at times. I love new tech, but sometimes I just resent certain things. Same happened with HD when it all started. In tech markets they had TVs that showed a comparision between HD and normal solution, and I always said: I don’t see any difference. And anyways, what’s wrong with the quality we have? It looks just fine. Continue reading
Full Marvel’s The Avengers Blu-ray Details | Avengers | News | Marvel.com.
I almost took a double take – one of happiness – after reading the list of extras: Continue reading
I need to share this with you, since it made me laugh so hard… and remember, I love Loki.
Source & full sized pic here
You know the drill… please don’t change/edit, and please credit when you use them. Thanks 🙂
All icons/pics from the Deleted Scene “Thor and Loki before the coronation” you can find on the DVD and Bluray. Continue reading
Watching THE AVENGERS for the first time was kind of like being thrown into cold water. I really had my problems understanding the whole thing. The only characters I knew were Tony Stark & Pepper Potts, Nick Fury & Phil Coulson, and Natascha Romanoff. The Hulk I knew from stories, but nothing more. Everything else was new to me.
So when you have a movie that starts with a strange experiment, with a guy being called Hawk(eye) and sitting under the ceiling, with a scientist who’s obviously important and works on said experiments, and with another guy suddenly appearing after a bit of lightning, you of course get confused.
That was my first impression, of the beginning at least. My first general impression of the movie was: Can’t say I get it all, but it was definitely a nice watch. And I would watch it again. Continue reading
Before I start rambling here (and it will be rambling *lol*), I’d like to give an insight on how it came to the creation of this blog. The general story you can read in ‘About‘ – but there is a more recent story that brought me here.
It all started with one movie I never wanted to watch. Continue reading
So here we are. I’ve actually dared to take the step into the blogging world. And who inspired me to do this?
This will be a blog of a fangirl. It will be about Tom, about Thor and The Avengers, about movies and TV shows I love, actors and actresses I adore. It will be about books I read, and everything that goes through my head whenever it comes to fandom(s).
I hope I’ll find the time to write something here at least once a week – I’d prefer it to be more often. There are so many ideas in my head, because I think a lot about fandom. Why? Read the ‘About’ section 😉
That’s it for my first entry… let’s see where this goes!
(repost from my Livejournal – “Doctor Who – S5 finale” review)