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That image clearly says John Smith but as has been said before...


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The answer to this question and other inconsistencies in the X-Men movies is actually simple. Officially, they made X-Men 3 and X-Men Origins non-canon to the X-Men universe, meaning the events of the 2 movies either no longer exist, or exist in an alternate universe. This doesn't mean they just reset the timeline in X-Men: DOFP and these events didn't ...


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We all have our favorites in life. Our favorite pet, our favorite sibling,even our favorite child. We may love them all equally but differently at the same time. I think everyone is trying to read more into it than there is. She simply was going to miss him most and that's okay.


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The Inquisitor answers this question the best Paltrow previously stated in an interview with Empire that the only reason she was featured in the Avengers was that Robert Downey Jr. insisted she be in it. She also said that her character’s addition to the film was a last minute decision. To explain why Pepper Potts wasn’t in the movie, Empire Online ...


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I have heard a fictional theory to why she is absent in the movie.. The theory states that Miss Pepper Potts grew tired of Tony lying to her. Apparently, Tony swore in Iron Man 3 that he was never going to make any Iron Man/Mark costumes and Artificial Intelligence systems (A.I's) again, a promise which was broken when Tony created Ultron and Vision in ...


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Gwenyth Paltrow's contract with Marvel Studios ended after Iron Man 3. From an article on ComicbookMovie.Com; While it was widely assumed that Gwyneth Paltrow was another star who had been signed up for a ridiculous number of Marvel movies, she has now told Empire Online that her contract expired with Iron Man 3! "My deal is over as well," she revealed ...


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I think the whole story of feeding "meats" to eventually change their taste does not refer to himself, it is more of a foreshadowing for the following events: 1) (Spoiler of S03-ep01) 2) (Spoiler of the Last episode) However, what you suggest in indeed an interesting idea. Hannibal has proven to attack or/and eat people that he appreciates, so he ...


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Probably what Mykewlname mentioned is the base of Sherlock's attitude towards his father, but there are a couple of secondary facts that play their role as well, such as: Sherlock was sent to a boarding school at the age of eight Morland's job & personality (as portrayed by Sherlock at least): wealthy international consultant with no morals, willing to ...


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Earliest I can think is of is BBC news reader Kenneth Kendall reading the news in 2001: A Space Odyssey in 1968:


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I think the above poster has pretty much nailed it i would just alter it a bit. Hodor 's eyes go from white to normal almost immediately. I think bran somehow caused past and present hodor to switch places. He put past hodor into present honors body, I suppose because something else is happening in that vision or in his becoming the three eyes Raven that he ...


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DC's Wikia Entry for Thawne definitely indicates that he tried to romance a woman who rebuffed his advances. This is not definitive evidence that the TV version of the character was not gay, but potentially a strong (if out of universe) indication of any leanings. Given that he's clearly a psychopath, it's possible he's entirely asexual. Eobard fell in ...


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According to Kristian Nairn in the New York Times: Did the fact that Bran was responsible for not only his death, but also his simple-mindedness change your idea about the nature of their relationship? No it doesn’t. Although Bran was responsible for the whole chain of events that killed Hodor, Hodor didn’t have to hold that door. He wasn’t ...


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Typically, when Bran has warged into Hodor's mind, Hodor's eyes go white like Bran's do. Yet, during "The Door", Old Hodor's eyes go white at first when Bran subconsciously wargs into him to escape, BUT are no longer white while he is holding the door. In the clip, you can clearly see his eyes are not shown as white by ...


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As mentioned by others, in S06e05 "The Door", we see the events that caused young Wylis (Walder in the books) to become Hodor, and only be able to say Hodor. It involves a sort of astral time travel projection. Bran, who is a warg, in that he can project his mind into animals, found out he could warg into Hodor. The characters explain this as Hodor being ...


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There is no doubt that Bran warged into Hodor in the present to defend himself beacause Hodor's eyes turn white. Another proof is that Bran simultaneously warged (by mistake) into Hodor from the past, that's why Hodor can see him. The mental order Bran gives to Hodor in the present days ("hold the door") needs to be very powerful because Hodor knows he is ...


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He definitely warged into Hodor while they were still in the cave. When the White Walkers arrived Hodor was terrified and wasn't reacting when Meera asked him to move Bran. This caused her to try to wake up Bran: Warg into Hodor now! Bran, wake up. We need Hodor. We need Hodor. Warg into Hodor now! After that the Three-Eyed-Raven says: ...


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In season 6 episode 5, "The Door", the origin of his nickname and only sentence "Hodor" is revealed. It's the first time that someone is warging into the same person in the present and the past. It looks like it connected Hodor's consciousness of both times. Young Hodor in the past recognizes the word "Hold the door!", which are shouted at Hodor in the ...


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Yes, he did really die. This is most evident from the funeral held for him at the end of the movie, where James Gordon holds his obituary speech. As soon as he fell off the building Batman and Gordon examine him and shortly after the police arrive. There is certainly no way for any shady goings-on to take place and someone would notice things like a switched ...


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Littlefinger has already proven that he cannot be trusted, and that he is only on his own side, definitely not on Sansa's. While he may be - right here and right now - offering her the army of the Vale, she is smart enough to know that at a moment's notice, he could change his mind and turn that army on her. She knows that will absolutely happen if ...


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From Wikipedia (of all places): Apocalypse is an ancient mutant born with a variety of superhuman abilities who further augmented himself after merging with Celestial technology. The character has total control over the molecules of his body, enabling him to alter his form as it suits him, such as allowing his body to become extremely malleable and ...


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I think Sansa is playing the Game of Thrones. She realizes that she cannot trust Littlefinger to have her best interests at heart, and as long as he is involved, he has some power in the North, which she does not want. She believes that she is better off taking the North under her own power than allowing Littlefinger to continue to have control over her.


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Murder by Death is a 1976 satirical comedy that looked at several different fictional detectives and their story telling style, such as hidden twists, unrevealed clues, and similar machinations. Each of the detectives (or group) was based on "real life" fictional characters. Sidney Wang - Based on Charlie Chan created by Earl Biggers Sam Diamond - Based ...


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Massive spoiler alert if you haven't seen the 5th episode of season 6 already. Seriously, here there be dragons, turn back now, you have been warned. I'll update this sometime later when it's no longer considered "spoiler" territory. As shown in tonight's episode, it would seem it was Bran reaching back to Hodor as a child using his abilities, causing him ...


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It's John Smith but it's not known if it's his real name or just another alias Here are a few comments about the subject from reddit 1 In the latest episode during the questioning, we see him say that his name is John Smith, but that is probably not his real name. 2 He does tell the other person across the table from him in Season 2 Origins ...


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It's John Walton from what I can tell. First name definitely John, last name looks like Walton.


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"Real" friends see each other outside of work. That's the bottom line. But "work friends" can also be rewarding. Friendly challenges not only make for staving off boredom while at work, but serve to 1) improve everyone's skills, and 2) clarify who is better at what. Gilfoyle, for whatever childhood-inspired reasons, clearly thinks he's better/smarter than ...


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The simplest answer is that Vision wouldn't want to be the leader. During the final scene with Vision and Ultron, the two have a charming conversation about humanity. Their opposing viewpoints explain Vision ' s outlook on humans. While Ultron believes them to be dangerous and that they should be controlled/killed/replace, Vision wants to watch them grow. He ...


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How do we know he even died? Arya runs never see's the fight, we assume he died because Trant lives but maybe beating Trant to the dirt was enough for the first sword of Bravos. If he killed Lannister guards or a member of the King's Guard he is dead for sure, but if he takes them all down with a child's toy killing none he can walk away free and clear. When ...


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Ripley was asleep for however long she was asleep. The idea is more to do with time differences in reference to where she is in space versus time passing, back on Earth. Einstein proposed that if someone where to travel away from Earth at great speed and then return to Earth sometime later, Earth time would have moved much more quickly than the space ...


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The Alien setting has FTL travel of varying speeds. People who travel on long journeys in slow ships travel in stasis, also known as cryosleep or hypersleep. These are the pods you see people enter or exit near the beginning or end of most of the films. The point of stasis is to reduce the consumption of resources and slow down aging. Effectively, people ...


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Heroes Green Arrow The Flash (Barry Allen) Black Canary The Atom Hawkgirl Speedy Arsenal Firestorm 1 & 2 Vibe Hawkman John Constantine Vixen Katana Jonah Hex Rip Hunter Huntress? If you consider an anti-hero to a hero. Wildcat The Flash (Jay Garrick from Jay Garrick Earth) With the announcement of the four-way crossover with Arrow, The Flash, Legends ...


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Definitively in universe: Green Arrow is obviously in the universe as the original show centers around his character. Flash is obviously in the universe as one of the shows centers around his character. Black Canary is a main character in Arrow, appearing in most episodes. Red Arrow/Arsenal/Speedy is a main character in Arrow, appearing in most episodes. ...


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He's not worthy of the hammer. The reason why he picked it up is because of Thor's hammer, which helped bring Vision to life. Technically, a BIT of Thors powers are in Vision.


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Magnussen is by far the least desirable characters, from the entire Sherlock series. I don't think he suffers from any disorder but he is definitely a megalomaniac. He loves to hog the limelight and is a complete totalitarian. Example, peeing in the fireplace: MAGNUSSEN: ... you’re so domesticated. All standing around, apologizing ... (He nods to ...


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The ice cream thing was creepy, along with his inability to refer to Michelle as a woman. On first glance, we're meant to think of Howard as kidnapping and murdering the other young woman, as if he were a typical (whatever that means) stalker/murderer. But I'm thinking that the reality is a little different. Let's say his wife and daughter did leave, and ...


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TL;DR: In-Universe: Because Eugene is socially awkward, didn't have many friends for most of his life, and may have Asperger's Syndrome Out-of-Universe: Because Josh McDermitt is imitating his little brother, Zach. It is pretty clear that he's trying to impress people, and he's incredibly socially awkward. Josh McDermitt confirms this: I think ...


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I thought perhaps THAT was really Tyrion's gift to Podrick...I mean it's nice to give Podrick a whore but as repayment for saving your life? Isn't the confidence boost of not only getting laid, but having the prostitutes like it so much that it us free, pretty much the penultimate gift to an awkward (formally virgin) teenage boy? Tyrion is certainly clever ...


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From scifi.se's answer on similar question Because Bucky was also frozen for most of that time: Dialogue from The Winter Soldier makes it clear that Hydra put Bucky back into suspended animation after completing each mission, and only unfroze him when they needed him: Zola: The procedure has already started. You are to be the ...


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That scene came two times in the film, first in the start and second time in the climax. In the first time of that scene, we did see him taking those blue liquid packs which were used to make more Winter Soldiers later on from the car. When that scene came back again in the climax, we only see him murdering Tony Stark's parents. But we can connect the ...


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Keefe doesn't send those cheques, Lex does. When Superman confronts Lex Luthor on the roof of LexCorp, Lex says something along the lines of that it only took "a few well placed letters" to convince Bruce to fight Superman. We can infer that Lex had been intercepting the cheques to Keefe, and sending them back to Bruce in order to get him to further blame ...


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From this answer on SciFi.SE; Bucky Barnes does not have superhuman abilities. Neither does Steve Rogers. Instead, Steve is simply at peak physical fitness for a human being (to the point where he may appear to be superhuman). It would seem that after Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Bucky also shares these traits. From Captain America: Civil ...


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One reason might be that by travelling in the TARDIS, Wilf picked up some 'time-traveller-iness' which enabled him to remember things that others would forget. From Series 5 Episode 5, Flesh and Stone (emphasis mine): DOCTOR: The Angels all fell into the Time Field. The Angel in your memory never existed. It can't harm you now. AMY: Then why do I ...


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Those words were not in the original script. Judy was allowed to say them as a personal tribute to the man who played the scarecrow (Ray Bolger?). He counseled her and encouraged her during the filming. Judy was under tremendous pressure and almost suffered a nervous breakdown during it all. She probably wouldn't have made it without him.


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I believe this scene goes hand in hand with the theory of Manipulated living and Monnitoff and Karen might know some things about what is going on. The fact that these two people make significant contributions in how the plot unfolds can be read together with this. Actions by Karen Seating Gretchen next to Donnie, so they will end up together Writing ...


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Davos knows, but he wants to pretend to himself that he doesn't know. In Davos's last interview with Stannis it's clear to both Davos and Stannis that Stannis's cause is hanging by a thread, and blood magic was their best and perhaps only way of avoiding disaster. Davos has come to accept the power of blood magic, but the only royal blood around is ...


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I think there are three parts to this: 1. Why does he care about Jon and side with his friends at all? See Purpose of Davos protecting Jon Snow?. Basically, he's been thrust into siding with Jon's friends by circumstances, and doesn't have a whole lot else to live for at this moment. 2. Why does he seem emotionally invested in what happens to Jon? The ...


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Dickie is a narcissist, he likes the attention even though he would never have romantic feelings for Tom. Dickie leads Tom along to feed his own ego. Marge says it best "The thing with Dickie... it's like the sun shines on you, and it's glorious. And then he forgets you and it's very, very cold." Nudity is sexualized in America more than anywhere else. ...



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