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What I found noteworthy in the video you linked to of the scene where Deadpool's costume is slowly taking shape, is the fact that right after Wade Wilson asks the audience Is the mask muffling my voice? he changes the material, from something nylon-like to something sturdier, which looks like carbon fiber. Since carbon fiber has high stiffness, and can ...


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I don't think there's an in-universe answer. You're looking for realism in a character that is unrealistic on purpose - not only the super power but the way he breaks the 4th wall. They made it on purpose for the movie so the character would be more expressive. You can watch the FX artist talking about it here. Characters making the costume themselves is a ...


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In the bonus material from Avengers: Endgame, the Russo brothers talk about this scene. They say it was made by the VFX team. So no, he didn't starve himself.


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It's revealed at the end of episode S1:E6.


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Ty father seems to be the answer. Ty at one point mentions he owns 2 Lumber Mills. The court summons maybe because he has legality papers to fill out over the loss of his father since he was never shown in the film and spoken of in past tense. Also, I always felt when Ty told the story of the suppose roommate who went to college instead of pursuing a golfing ...


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It seems to me that Karl just had developed some attraction for Danny in real life, and the game was just an easy way to bring his friend into it. Since they always play with the same characters, perhaps that was a hint of Karl's sexuality. We only see on screen a small part of their lives, who knows what else Karl has been through during the 11 years gap ...


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As stated in the Wikipedia page for Christoph Sanders: He took over the role of Ned, which was previously held by Tyler Patrick Jones, when producers decided to age the character by few years in order to explore more mature storylines. As the source for this, the page refers to the book Ghost Whisperer Spirit Guide by Kim Moses and Ian Sander (Titan ...


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To bring someone back for land of the living, one should be in the Davy Jones's locker. Jack was there, that's why his crew traveled to end of the world to bring him back. We can't say for sure that Barbossa ended up in the same place as Jack did. Or since all the curses/bindings etc are broken since the trident, we can't say whether there's Davy Jones's ...


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I don't know that these are sufficient examples but I feel that a case can be made that she is not blind. As I mentioned in a comment, in Episode 3 - she single-handledly disposes of a location to throw off the pursuit by some Supes. In Episode 4, she brings some knockout gas grenades to Frenchie and shows him how it works and jokingly threatens him with ...


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TVTropes has a Rule Of Funny The limit of the Willing Suspension of Disbelief for a given element is directly proportional to its funniness. Any violation of continuity, logic, physics, or common sense is permissible if the result gets enough of a laugh. This is the comedy equivalent of the Rule of Cool, and is accordingly weighted more ...


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It's been a good while since I saw this movie, it's a difficult watch - you understand. I think there is a lot of frustration in young men in particular to admit when they were wrong. There is a massive amount of pride that must be swallowed, sometimes followed by shame when you can rationally see when you where wrong, how badly you may have acted and whom ...


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I would attribute it to a little bit of both reasons you give and a dash of "the ends justify the means". If you are no longer dying of cancer, then the moral justification that you gave yourself for entering a lucrative but illegal venture to provide for your family as you would no longer be able to do so normally is now gone. Another common adage is "You ...


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Following up to SZCERZO KLY's answer, there is also a personal reason. (As personal as a cybernetic organism) As I recall, this was after "his" Joi was eliminated (the metaphor is thick there), so to have this mass market advertisement address him so familiarly irritates his recently open wound and further motivates him to take action to help liberate his ...


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Because he knows he's an android and Joi calling him Joe showed him that "not humans" are unable to make their own decisions. Proving to him that they are not able to be free as everything, even things they think are their own creativity, are pre-programed. That they are able to make as much own decisions as they are allowed to. It's not only dehumanising ...


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The reason is because he began eating it first and she doesn't share food and is grossed out by that. The transcript makes it clearer by stating "Jerry starts eating" before he asks her to share and she is "disgusted". Her going back to Monk's and eating the pie later (something Jerry wouldn't have done with Poppie's Restaurant) shows that Jerry was the ...


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Roy was trying to win Pam back as he understood he took her for granted before as he once said in S03E01 Roy: After Pam dumped me, I um, I kinda stopped taking care of myself there, and uh, I hit bottom when uh, drunk driving arrest. I've been working out and um, you know, I'm not gonna take her for granted. I gotta win her back. This shows he was ...


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Clay was trying to get the tattoo as a sign of being strong for Hannah, but he couldn't get it completed because he himself wasn't, and even though he was pretending to have moved on, he had not. Getting the tattoo completed meant that finally he had let her go, and that he was ready to be to gather the strength he needed to accept her death after the whole ...


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I researched a lot, but I could not find any reference of Pazuzu being mentioned as a fallen angel in Bible. Yes, Pazuzu might have been in the Old testament (with Bible being said to have been inspired from pagan religions) , but without his name being mentioned directly. According to Ancient.au Pazuzu is believed to have gone through at least two ...


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For those of you who haven't read the original manga, Alita is an early generation cyborg. This means that her design wasn't as flawless as newer generations (much like comparing today's computers to, say, a Macintosh 128k). It has little to do with 'manga eyes' or any generalization of the standard Japanese manga art style. In the manga, the size of her ...


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From your quote it seems the reason is: Kay preached about being herself to Wendy At the same time, Kay pretended to be something else in front of her ex-husband + son Wendy got upset with the double standards, and felt that Kay was being dishonest towards her.


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I think Anna would be more qualified to be an official Disney Princess than Elsa. One of the requirements I heard about was that they had to have an animal companion. While INITIALLY Sven was only Kristoff's companion, it can be argued that Sven became Anna's companion as well once Anna chose to be with Kristoff over Hans qualifying her as one. But still, ...


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They wanted her to be like manga. James Cameron's words from Yahoo News: “I think Robert and I were both always in utter agreement that she should look like the character in the manga,” Cameron told us. “With our first trailer that went out, we weren’t quite there yet. And we got a lot of blowback from the fans. And there was a backlash reaction at ...


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Yes, Hannibal Lecter sees a lot of things in Clarice: Someone who is smart, but not rude. (Rudeness is Hannibal's biggest pet peeve). Someone who has suffered in a way that he has suffered (childhood trauma, losing family), And eventually, someone who may be able to house his dead little sister's conscience. And someone to love, who can also heal his ...


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Jojo was a traitor. Although her relation with Ganesh Gaitonde was good during the whole second series of Sacred Games, but she had hidden the fact from Gaitonde of her support to Guruji. Even though her support to Guruji/Malcolm had not been shown in any episodes of Sacred Games but it has been revealed by her at the end to Gaitonde. Jojo didn't provoke ...


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The showrunners didn't want an alien superhero in the world they were creating and with the story they wanted to tell. (It should go without saying but there are spoilers here.) This article on cbr.com includes quotes from an Entertainment Weekly interview and a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). From the EW interview (emphasis mine): In an interview with ...


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They actually said in the film how the atmosphere of Earth is more nourishing, and the sun provides him with more energy. This happened over his entire life, and only a short while for the other Kryptonians, therefore Superman has essentially had a great diet his whole life, whereas the Kryptonians have been eating junk food: he is physically in far better ...


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He is able to do this because in this version of Superman he was born not cloned (that part has nothing to with his power set) and the codex was infused into his body! The codex is every Kryptonian that has ever lived or will ever live! He is literally ALL that ever was or ever will be of Krypton! He has access to all of the information stored in each cell ...


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Think of two boxers preparing for a fight. One has been exercising his entire life and learned to box later on life while the other has been boxing his entire life. The first lives in high altitude while the second lives in lower altitude. They end up fighting at high altitude where the first is accustomed to while the second has troubles. Superman is the ...


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I think the answer talking about Clark being more used to his powers is right, and Zod etc do have trouble with them. BUT the codex bit is totally wrong, as the scientist on Zod's ship says he doesn't need to be alive to harvest the codex from his body. The way Superman can defeat them is having more experience with his powers, coupled with having been on ...


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Clark has been on Earth his entire life and has become very familiar with his super-powers and with the atmosphere. The Kryptonians have not and although they might seem to have become used to their environment incredibly quickly, they haven't. At several points Zod is shown attempting to get used to his powers. As an example, he has problems controlling ...


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I think she was both. She wasn't lying about the guilt of her sister's death, she was punishing herself everyday. She had tried to commit suicide many times and confessed before the priest. Jamila also confirmed this when she came to her to safeguard her passport to Jojo. I think she was asked by Malcolm to provide service to Gaitonde just because she used ...


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For an example of it happening in adaptations: if you have seen Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse they reveal that Peter Parker is Spider-Man in the very beginning to the world. As the comments mention it has happened multiple times in the comics, in the various different universes. Sometimes Peter himself reveals it to the world, like in the Civil War ...


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Both Barry Allen and the Reverse Flash’s lives are intertwined with time travel, friendship, and hatred. The point of keeping Reverse Flash is to show that Barry can never really be free of his connection to him. Reverse Flash is a representation of Barry’s past (his mother’s death), which means he lives in a timeline created by him (his mother didn't ...


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For an in-universe answer, the first draft of Furious 7 (then titled Fast & Furious 7) actually featured Sean coming to Los Angeles to work with the crew, much to Roman's dismay as he didn't believe in drifting or that a kid was friends with Han. However, his entrance did not involve going to Tokyo, and rather ending with the hospital scene with Dom ...


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Uncle Ben has died onscreen 9 times (so far). Earliest death I can find is in 1967 animated TV show: Second time in 1982 in Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends: Then in 1994 during Spider-Man (1994 TV series): Then in the Spider-Man Unlimited intro from ...


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SHORT ANSWER: I don't know. LONG ANSWER: Many shows have had similar seeming contradictions about various matters, and some have not been resolved for decades. There is a somewhat similar problem in Star Trek: The Original Series. In "What Are Little girls Made of?" 20 October 1966, there is a scene where Kirk talks with an android double who is going ...


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