dorkly:

7 Reasons To Get Excited About the Deadpool Movie
Well, it looks like it’s official - Fox has announced that the Deadpool movie will be released February 12th, 2016. For fans of the character, this could be a time of worry - Hollywood is known for screwing up weird, quirky comics like Deadpool…especially Deadpool, actually, since they’ve already messed him up once.
But we think the Deadpool movie is worth getting excited over - and here’s why.

2. The Script Is Apparently Great
While we don’t know that this is the still the script that’s in play (these things get rewritten and rewritten constantly during the course of development, switching writers like a game of musical chairs), the last known draft by Rhett Rheese and Paul Wernick was supposedly great. To give you some idea of what these guys are capable of, they wrote Zombieland - one of the funniest and most inventive action-comedies of the last decade. Plus, it includes one of the best cameos ever committed to film period. For those of you who haven’t seen it, get on that FAST.
Anyways, the script - it sounds fantastic. Cinema Blend put up a review of it earlier this year (which they had to remove due to copyright complaints from 20th Century Fox), and here’s what they had to say (prior to it being taken down, that is):


"In it’s best moments, [reading the ‘Deadpool’ script] is like reading ‘Van Wilder’ meets ‘Kill Bill’, a genius mix of insane dark comedy and ridiculous over the top violence the likes of which we’ve never seen in any other superhero movie before… With the right director and Reynolds in the lead, this script has the potential to be the ‘Dark Knight’ of R-rated superhero movies."


Apparently, there’s also a nice couple digs at X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which would be appreciated.
Of course, the review is just one outlet’s take on a script that may not even be in play any longer, but given these were the guys who wrote the test footage that was met with such positive reaction, 20th Century Fox would be pretty foolish to cut them and their vision loose at this point.

Read the rest here!

dorkly:

7 Reasons To Get Excited About the Deadpool Movie

Well, it looks like it’s official - Fox has announced that the Deadpool movie will be released February 12th, 2016. For fans of the character, this could be a time of worry - Hollywood is known for screwing up weird, quirky comics like Deadpool…especially Deadpool, actually, since they’ve already messed him up once.

But we think the Deadpool movie is worth getting excited over - and here’s why.

2. The Script Is Apparently Great

While we don’t know that this is the still the script that’s in play (these things get rewritten and rewritten constantly during the course of development, switching writers like a game of musical chairs), the last known draft by Rhett Rheese and Paul Wernick was supposedly great. To give you some idea of what these guys are capable of, they wrote Zombieland - one of the funniest and most inventive action-comedies of the last decade. Plus, it includes one of the best cameos ever committed to film period. For those of you who haven’t seen it, get on that FAST.

Anyways, the script - it sounds fantastic. Cinema Blend put up a review of it earlier this year (which they had to remove due to copyright complaints from 20th Century Fox), and here’s what they had to say (prior to it being taken down, that is):

"In it’s best moments, [reading the ‘Deadpool’ script] is like reading ‘Van Wilder’ meets ‘Kill Bill’, a genius mix of insane dark comedy and ridiculous over the top violence the likes of which we’ve never seen in any other superhero movie before… With the right director and Reynolds in the lead, this script has the potential to be the ‘Dark Knight’ of R-rated superhero movies."

Apparently, there’s also a nice couple digs at X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which would be appreciated.

Of course, the review is just one outlet’s take on a script that may not even be in play any longer, but given these were the guys who wrote the test footage that was met with such positive reaction, 20th Century Fox would be pretty foolish to cut them and their vision loose at this point.

Read the rest here!

The Avengers meeting their actors:

darthstitch:

thoki4ever:

fucking-misha:

in-the-end-you-will-always-kneel:

Tom + Loki:

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Chris + Steve

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Clint + Jeremy:

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Natasha + Scarlett:

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Chris + Thor:

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Mark + Bruce

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Tony + RDJ

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Fury + Samuel:

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THIS IS MY FAVOURITE POST EVER,

MOST ACCURATE POST

Sebastian + Pre WS!Bucky

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Sebastian + Winter Soldier Bucky

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Anthony + Sam

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I HAD TO DO IT. I HAD TO.

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a-minion-has-been-slain:

It all makes sense now

a-minion-has-been-slain:

It all makes sense now

thisragingpeace:

cassiel-the-loyal:

rpgmaker:

thatbatterisaspy:

hairandbeardkommando:

punks not dead

Heosemys spinosa is an endangered species. 

punks almost dead

That is not a Heosemys Spinosa,its a Graptemys nigrinoda. 
they are in the low risk list, therefore, not endangered.

Punks not as almost dead as we thought.

thisragingpeace:

cassiel-the-loyal:

rpgmaker:

thatbatterisaspy:

hairandbeardkommando:

punks not dead

Heosemys spinosa is an endangered species.

punks almost dead

That is not a Heosemys Spinosa,its a Graptemys nigrinoda.

they are in the low risk list, therefore, not endangered.

Punks not as almost dead as we thought.

(Source: sinyasiki, via sweetsaltygingerbitch)

cieply:

urtube:

Do you see the style Van Gogh used in this beautiful artwork? I’m impressed.

the person im reblogging from tagged this #van gogh

cieply:

urtube:

Do you see the style Van Gogh used in this beautiful artwork? I’m impressed.

the person im reblogging from tagged this #van gogh

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spring-of-mathematics:

Reconsidering time & Spiral of Theodorus in Mathematics:

Reconsidering time & Ideas: Exploring the concept of time continues to fascinate designers. Like Uji by Fabrica, the Linear Cycle from BCXSY is not a common clock. Instead of the usual rotating dials, the clock features a revolving element that shows the passing of time on a linear plate instead of a circular one. Source: Commissioned by Isabelle Daëron and Fabien Petiot for Roues Libres (Freewheel) for D’Days 2014 in Paris, this unique time display offers an alternative to the ordinary clock and makes us consider how we advance through time.

Spiral of Theodorus & Construction: In geometry, the spiral of Theodorus (also called square root spiral, Einstein spiral or Pythagorean spiral) is a spiral composed of contiguous right triangles. It was first constructed by Theodorus of Cyrene.
The spiral is started with an isosceles right triangle, with each leg having unit length. Another right triangle is formed, an automedian right triangle with one leg being the hypotenuse of the prior triangle (with length √2) and the other leg having length of 1; the length of the hypotenuse of this second triangle is √3. The process then repeats; the i th triangle in the sequence is a right triangle with side lengths √i and 1, and with hypotenuse √i + 1. For example, the 16th triangle has sides measuring 4 (=√16), 1 and hypotenuse of √17.

Images: Spiral of Theodorus on Wikipedia & The article: Spiral of Theodorus by Elizabeth Nelli on Jwilson.coe.uga.edu

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trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

Everyhing to know about a Pascal triangle of 11
In Mathematics, Pascal’s triangle is a triangular array of the binomial coefficients.
It is named after, French mathematician, Blaise Pascal in much of the Western world, although other mathematicians studied it centuries before him in countries like India, Greece, Iran, and China.
things to notice:
You will discover that there is a symmetrical pattern of numbers as you split the triangle down the middle (ignore the red)
Numbers in a pascal triangle are created by powers; as you go down the power increments: 
11^5 and 11^6 are anomalies because the digits overlap:

11 to the power the integers in a pascal triangle start and end with 1
two neighbouring numbers in the triangle add to make the number below them:                                                
the first three diagonals create patterns of numbers:                     the fourth diagonal are tetrahedral numbers
you can create Sierpinski triangle by highlighting the odd and even number:                                       
the horizontal sums in pascal’s triangle are powers of two:
in the fist image, the numbers in red are Fibonacci numbers that are found diagonally in a pascal’s triangle.
The pascal triangle.
  - [resources] - also credit to mathispun for the image.

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

Everyhing to know about a Pascal triangle of 11

In Mathematics, Pascal’s triangle is a triangular array of the binomial coefficients.

It is named after, French mathematician, Blaise Pascal in much of the Western world, although other mathematicians studied it centuries before him in countries like India, Greece, Iran, and China.

things to notice:

  • You will discover that there is a symmetrical pattern of numbers as you split the triangle down the middle (ignore the red)
  • Numbers in a pascal triangle are created by powers; as you go down the power increments: 

11^5 and 11^6 are anomalies because the digits overlap:

  • 11 to the power the integers in a pascal triangle start and end with 1
  • two neighbouring numbers in the triangle add to make the number below them:                                                
  • the first three diagonals create patterns of numbers:                     the fourth diagonal are tetrahedral numbers
  • you can create Sierpinski triangle by highlighting the odd and even number:                                       
  • the horizontal sums in pascal’s triangle are powers of two:

in the fist image, the numbers in red are Fibonacci numbers that are found diagonally in a pascal’s triangle.

The pascal triangle.

  - [resources] - also credit to mathispun for the image.

(Source: mathispun, via oison)

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

The Penrose Triangle

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

The Penrose Triangle

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