Yesterday the runaway llamas united us, and then #TheDress tore us apart. We can think of no better way to represent this polarizing, reality-changing debate than the Captain America: Civil War meme. Your eyes are playing tricks on you, Tony! Read the Wired article all about it. But no, he won’t give Steve the satisfaction of agreeing with him. And so—superhero war!
Afternoon Roundup brings you more Blade Runner (woo!), more Robin Hood (meh), Katee Sackhoff’s feelings about Power/Rangers, and an argument for CGI in movies.
- Harrison Ford is returning for Blade Runner 2.
- In honor of the llamas that ran into our hearts, revisit Kameron Hurley’s Hugo-winning essay “We Have Always Fought.” (Hat-tip to Twitter user @hannahpbowman for thinking of it.)
- Neill Blomkamp admits that with Elysium, he “just didn’t make a good enough film.”
- Read the title Robin Hood: Origins and try not to laugh.
- Katee Sackhoff defends the controversial Power/Rangers fan film.
- Check out the latest Daredevil poster.
- Here’s four reasons to apply to the Clarion Writers’ Workshop right now.
- Duncan Jones defends CGI on Twitter.
- Joss Whedon says the Avengers: Age of Ultron climax is “unhinged.”
- Say what you will about James Cameron’s Avatar, but a theme park of Pandora could be cool: the floating rocks, the fluroescent forest floor… but will they give you tendrils to plug into the flying beasts?