Best Trailer of 2015!
These are the opening words of the best trailer that 2015 had to offer: the latest reveal for that highly-anticipated film, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice!
See? What about that trailer doesn't just scream "This is going to be the best movie of 2016"?! Before this trailer, the few glimpses we'd been offered at Comic Con and other such venues had me apathetic and full of misgivings, but after seeing the above trailer, any fears I had about Ben Affleck's Batman and Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor were all but dispelled. This was the trailer that changed my attitude from, "This will be DC's biggest flop ever" to "This will be DC's biggest triumph ever". I am counting down the days until this film's release! Are you?
Favorite Movie Moment of 2015!
The above scene is my absolute favorite moment from Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Avengers Tower: $100 billion
New Iron Man and War Machine gauntlets: $50,000 each
The look on Thor's face when Cap moves the hammer: priceless
Favorite Character of 2015!
Poe Dameron narrowly squeaked his way into being my favorite character of 2015. It was a close call between him and the small screen's Patty Spivot, but Poe's resemblance (both in appearance and personality) to Han Solo is what caused him to win out!
Entertainment Person of the Year!
Shantel VanSanten, (aka my new celeb crush!), is definitely my nomination for entertainment person of the year! Her role as Patty Spivot on The Flash is what first brought her to my attention. She is gorgeous for starters and her personality is adorable. In a recent interview, the actress was asked, "How many cups of coffee does Patty have to drink in a day to be that perky all the time?" She answered, "I feel like she just wakes up that way." Way to go, Shantel. You just keep right on being perky. You're adorable and I love you for it!
Favorite Article I Wrote In 2015!
The article I'm proudest of from 2015, oddly enough, also happens to be the article that brought me the most criticism from 2015! The topic is a rather touchy subject, especially in view of the imminent arrivals of DC's Dawn of Justice and Marvel's Civil War. That topic is: should superheroes be held responsible for the destruction they cause? Rather than dive into that discussion here and now, I will drop a link to the article and allow you to decide for yourself!