What’s in the box??!
OK, we’ve run through the immediate box-related jokes that come to mind. We are still curious as to why the folks behind Jurassic World have just left these InGen transport crates at London’s Waterloo Station. Those are hazardous enough as obstacles to bleary-eyed commuters first thing in the morning, but we’re waiting for folks (like the guy who tweeted the above photo) to update us on if they hear any suspicious scratching or rattling coming from within.
Afternoon Roundup has a new dream Captain Marvel, decides whether to cast our lot in with Chris Pine or Chiwetel Ejiofor, and isn’t so scared of Ghostface anymore.
- Charlize Theron as Captain Marvel would be so great.
- After blogging about the Nebulas for months, Barnes & Noble SFF predicts who will win.
- Kameron Hurley talks MFAs (and whether or not to care about them) and storytelling.
- Tumblr user The Nameless Doll is redesigning Disney ladies’ CGI faces from that one “babyface” look to more realistic proportions.
- J.K. Rowling wishes Draco Malfoy a happy birthday while trying to fend off his fangirls.
- Emphasizing plot over vision is just one reason why horror remakes almost never work.
- Speaking of, the new Ghostface mask is underwhelming.
- The new Man of Steel is more a Man of Flesh, but Kotaku is digging it.
- A Tor publicist discusses building book events to build community in SFF.
- The Wachowskis’ Sense8, unfortunately, does not make much sense.
- Here’s who Giant Freakin Robot wants to see show up on Iron Fist, and who we know won’t be in Captain America: Civil War.
- Margot Robbie and Chiwetel Ejiofor find love in our hopeless post-apocalyptic wasteland place, only for Chris Pine to creep it all up, in the Z for Zachariah trailer: