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"To avoid criticism do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.."
(Elbert Hubbard)


I studied Physics at the University of Vienna, but I'm interested in all natural sciences.

Since I don't believe in life after death I try to explore and learn as much as I can about this world.


Nov
25
comment Why is Christian Bale not in the upcoming movie Batman vs Superman?
@AndrewMartin - Sure, if Bale had lobbied for role they probably would have tried to come up with explanations how superpowered heroes (Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman,...) could have existed in that trilogy's universe, but my point is that 'Man of Steel' and the subsequent DC movies weren't conceived as a continuation of Nolan's trilogy. So I'd say the casting of another actor isn't due to Bale's refusal, but because the upcoming movies are not connected to Nolan's trilogy.
Nov
25
comment Why is Christian Bale not in the upcoming movie Batman vs Superman?
@AndrewMartin - Nolan's Batman wasn't designed to live in a universe where other superheroes exist: ' I don’t think our Batman, our Gotham, lends itself to that kind of cross-fertilization'. - And David Goyer, who wrote "Man of Steel" and co-wrote the Batman trilogy also said that the Superman reboot does not exist in the same universe as the Nolan's Batman.
Nov
25
comment Why is Christian Bale not in the upcoming movie Batman vs Superman?
The upcoming DC movies are not connected to Nolan's Batman trilogy, so it seems perfectly normal to not cast Bale as Batman again. - Just like casting Ezra Miller as the Flash makes it clear that the TV-verse (which stars Grant Gustin as the Flash) is seperate from the movie-verse. (Unlike e.g. Marvels 'Agents of SHIELD')
Nov
14
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
14
comment IMAX DMR vs 35mm film
Paramount explains the six different formats in which you can watch 'Interstellar' here.
Nov
10
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
20
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
7
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
22
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
20
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
16
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
13
comment Why does Ronan want to destroy this planet/race?
@JohnSmithOptional - You make it sound like Ronan is merely doing his job, but I'm not sure genocide is 'normal' for an Accuser. - He was shown collaborating with Thanos, but not with the Kree government, which is why I think some reviewers say he went rogue.
Sep
13
answered What is the origin of mimics in Edge of Tomorrow?
Sep
9
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
6
comment Why does Ronan want to destroy this planet/race?
@JohnSmithOptional - Can you explain what sources you used? AFAIK there never was a Kree-Xandar war in the comics, so it's possible the cinematic version of the Kree might differ from the comic version (e.g. was Ronan ever portrait as a genocidal maniac in the comics?). - And are you saying the Ronan didn't actually go 'rogue', but that his actions were sanctioned by the Kree empire?
Sep
5
comment How did they create The Shadow's disguise?
@Jeff-InventorChromeOS - Klick on the second link I provided. In the interview Ariana Richards describes the scene.
Sep
5
asked Why does Ronan want to destroy this planet/race?
Sep
4
comment How were the others able to handle the power of the stone?
...able to handle it because of his nature - I'm not sure Peter actually could. His face did start to disintegrate until the others joined in.