“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”
- Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom
Seeing allot of reservation regarding the news that Wonder Woman played by Gal Gabot will also star in the as yet untitled Man Of Steel sequel alongside Henry Cavill’s Superman and Ben Affleck’s Batman. I get where the negativity is coming from it seems that every day another DC super hero gets added to what was initially supposed to be a sequel to MOS, we’ll probably also see an announce as to who’s playing The Flash within the coming months as well. God I hope they have a plan for all this and that it turns out great because if nothing else this is this is the first instance of the most iconic female super hero ever up on the big screen where she deserves to be.
Here’s hoping the film does well and spins of into her own franchise.
I think I’m going to become a supervillain and name myself “Satire” so when I do horrific things, people will go “oh, but it’s just Satire!”
I’m pretty sure that after I’ve watched again I’ll have more to say but on first viewing Day Of The Doctor was wonderful John Hurt rocked and Matt Smith and David Tennant playing of each other was marvellous although I do think it got a little silly in places the final 20 minutes were pure gold. Lots of surprises, lots of strong emotions felt very excited to see where the show goes from here.
An absolutely steller cast cast along with some great sets and an eye for period detail combine to make An Adventure In Time And Space a poignant, melancholic, joyous and heartfelt window into the creation of Doctor Who, I sincerely hope that both David Bradley and Jessica Raine receive BAFTA nominations for their performances.
And yes I did start to well up when you know who showed up at the end don’t judge me.
After listening to all 13 minutes of this I can now say with absolute certainty that the Doctor Who theme is a peace of music I am incapable of never tiring of.