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Not my first choice, not even a top 10 probably, but I won't be losing sleep either. I had a feeling that it would be her when they said she was 1 of 3 in the running.
I was hoping Deadpool would be involved somehow. Was really hoping they would adapt Remender's stories but replace Wolvie with Cable, but I doubt that's the case
@swampping: Really? One is an isolated TV show that is fun enough but can be skipped without missing much and the other side is casting rumors surrounding a film franchise that for all intents and purposes at the moment is serving as a stepping stone to a shared film universe. I don't feel weird or strange at all taking Arrow casting in stride while hoping and wanting the best for Man of steel
@danhimself: I wouldn't say nothing happened. I mean, there's plenty of slow scenes, but the acting and writing within those scenes is by and far better than anything they have done since Season 1, rather than the repetitive and boring Season 2 or the Over-the-top and hammy season 3. The zombie attacks and supply runs have been more exciting. The fence issue and plague issue have given them content more focused and thrilling than run-fight-hide-repeat. All the subtle moments and conversations about coping with the new status quo are actually compelling rather than expository. There is no worse acting right now on television than "maniacally sad" Rick, except for Kate Cassidy on Arrow, so I'm happy he is far more measured.
2 disappointing, clumsy, and contrived episodes that add up to nothing. Who cares about The Governor's flirtation with "normality" if he is going to give up on it so quickly. And for a weird reason, "Huh? Quicksand zombies. I guess I'll be evil again." These 2 episodes were dead weight (EDIT - did not dawn on me the title of this episode, I usually don't pay attention to the episode titles of any show) in an otherwise good season (finally). These are basically just melodramatic backstory to why the Governor has a tank, a backstory that doesn't need to be told. The visual alone of a tank approaching the prison and the Governor emerging would have been more compelling than the total of the last 2 episodes.
@irishx: A lot of people want him in the suit? Why? Is that something from an old comic? Or was that sarcasm?
PS: These are genuine questions. I'm not trying to be dismissive.