Plus Star Trek reviews and Dollhouse pics. Also, Lost, Fringe, and Smallville. The movie's sound effects include the thud of a phaser hitting a target.
I reluctantly acquired a Twitter account as a necessary accoutrement to my Scientific American posts. The people I track there fall mostly into two streams: scientists and SFF writers. This week, the two intersected, resulting in a minor epiphany.
It sounds like a cool scene, and I won't be surprised if it's a set-up for another later in the movie. Here's what Feige says in an interview with About. I will tell you this.
The world has gone booty-crazy. If you want to keep up with the trend, you don't need to buy butt-lifting jeans or underwear; you need to lift! You don't have to look through many Instagram accounts or listen to more than a couple songs to realize that for women, the booty is in. The trend may have started with JLo, but Kim Kardashian and Nicki Minaj have somehow managed to make the big butt even bigger.
She dabbled in triathlons years before as a preteen, but softball was her true passion. That was it. There was no turning back.
Now there's a female version slapping sport that brings a whole new meaning to the phrase 'bum fights' - and it's literally called 'The Booty Slapping Championships'. The tournament sees fitness freaks from the fairer sex face off against each other to put their flesh to the test and spank each other into submission. In gym vernacular, the old adage goes: 'no pain, no gain'.
The IBA does have membership in a traditional sense. There are monthly newsletters sent to subscribed members. There are no mandatory yearly dues, although members can voluntarily pay an annual fee to become a premiere member.
He's already managed to dispatch a number of the franchise's most beloved characters including Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Star-Lord, Shuri and more. And while it would be rational to believe that humanity's salvation may be delivered by a marquee Avenger like Captain America, Iron Man or Thor, there's one pint-size, second-tier hero getting big-time attention online: Ant-Man. Where is Thanos—a seemingly unbeatable foe who can disintegrate half of all life in the universe—most vulnerable?