The above is a promotional still of
Carl’s dad visionary Bolivar Trask from X-Men: Days of Future Past, as played by Peter Dinklage. Trask Industries is responsible for the creation of Sentinels, robots who we’re sure will sit back and guard things peaceably once things get rowdy in the next X-Men movie. Hopefully Trask’s marvelous ’stache will make it through okay.
Your morning roundup is being rewarded for your selflessness and wondering if you’re really the friend you say you are.
- One fan’s backstory to Labyrinth has set our imaginary world on fire. We haven’t been this astounded since we figured out that we are the crystal orb David Bowie is constantly playing with.
- Netflix forgot the subtitles in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and pulled it from their service. Now we’ll never know what Kruge said to Moltz!
- Becky Chambers over at The Mary Sue explores just what separates friends and “internet friends,” if anything.
- The entirety of J. Michael Straczynski’s “City of Dreams” 1999 sci-fi radio serial is now online!
- Here’s an imagining of the Captain America: Winter Soldier poster that is 100% accurate. (Until the next imagining, anyway.)
- Science says that hotter weather actually does make people more violent. Well, not science. The Atlantic. Whatever. Still true.
- What science actually said was that selfish behavior is not rewarded on an evolutionary scale. P.S.—We ate all of your cereal, left the AC on, made copies of your keys, and borrowed 50 bucks. You’re welcome.
- Den of Geek has some new stills from Amazing Spider-Man 2, including a very clear shot of a very Paul Giamatti-ish Rhino.
- You guys, Ron Weasley is…not doing well these days.
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby doesn’t remember how it got this black eye, but is pretty sure it asked Ron for Hermione’s number.