I’ve been thinking about this alot and trying to figure out who, or what Clara Oswald is and I’ve come to the conclusion that she is most likely one of 3 possibilities;
1) Clara is the daughter of the Doctor and River Song- We haven’t seen her in a while, and a possible explanation could be that there was a period when River avoided the Doctor to hide her pregnancy. It would also make sense to hide a Time Lord baby until she is old enough to adventure, so River would remain far away from Clara as she grows up.
2) Clara is the Doctor’s clone/daughter Jenny- Though he believes her to be dead, we did see Jenny adventure off somewhere. She may be missing some artifact that has taken her memory of being a Time Lord, but the possibility is there. It could be interesting if Clara was Doctor/River’s daughter and met Jenny though… (For a great article about that theory check Greywulf’s Lair)
3) Clara is the Doctor- I know that may sound a little outlandish to some of you, but it could very well be that Clara is the Doctor after his memory has been wiped. There has been talk about the possibility of a female Doctor, and she has been recieving such a good reaction, that I could believe it. She has the quick banter down and is good at playing the ignorant role right now, but it would be a pretty crazy twist if she found something and suddenly remembered that she IS the doctor.
I was very happy with this preview, first because of the lack of real spoilers, and secondly for their aesthetic improvements since the first movie.
The trailer does a good job of just showing us quick glimpses of the characters that we can expect to be present, without explaining much about the villains or their plans.
Thor looks so much more realistic in this trailer. I had a big issue in the first Thor movie, and then much more in the Avengers, with the fact that his hair always looked so perfect. In this it looks much dirty and more like a traditional Viking warrior. The armor also seems to be sleeker and with a more leather/aged metalic look to it. I’m really looking forward to seeing this movie this October, but Iron Man 3 will hold me over.
Check out this latest preview of the new Superman movie. I’m still not sure how this is going to turn out, but at least now I know that Russell Crowe and Kevin Costner are still awesome. Check it out in Theaters this June.
Another epic trailer for JJ Abrams 2nd Star Trek movie. I’m looking forward to seeing how it turns out, but not as excited as I am to see ANYTHING he’s finally had influence on with Star Wars… come on and show us what we really want to see!
Here’s a look at the new Hunger Games movie. They did a great job at hinting at things that people familiar with the books would like to see while, while still not giving too much away about the actual plot of the movie. Phillip Seymour Hoffman stands out in this trailer, adding a whole new sense of realism to it.
After much speculation about what this new incarnation of Electro may look like, new shots have been released from the set that reveal something more outlandish and exciting than I had imagined.
By the look of it, it seems that either Electro’s abilities are now a physical part of him or that using whatever technology takes a toll on his appearance. Either way, they did a great job with the first movie and I’m confident in their casting choices for this sequel.
Kotaku is providing us with alot of great stuff as Mass Effect Week continues! Drew Karpyshyn is one of my favorite writers, not only for his video game work with Kotor, Mass Effect, and ToR, but also for his Mass Effect, Darth Bane, and Darth Revan Novels. He is one of the best fantasy/Sci-Fi writers alive and everyone should definitely check out his stuff. The following is an exerpt from an interview that the man made with Kotaku;
“I think taking a video game and putting it into another form—book, movie, or whatever—is very complicated, especially a BioWare game. We have 30 hours of content!,” Karpyshyn noted. “Obviously, you’re going to have to define Shepard, which is going to annoy a lot of the fans. ‘Hey, my Shepard was female.’ ‘Hey, my Shepard was Paragon.’ Or ‘my Shepard was Renegade.’ ‘My Shepard didn’t have a romance.’ That is something you just can’t avoid as a film. You just have to bite the bullet and realize that’s going to happen.”
Follow the link below for more information on their interview with the amazing Drew Karpyshyn: Full Article at Kotaku