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1989 and 2019 compared

2020.10.12 15:39 pepperpavlov 1989 and 2019 compared

I know lots of us have the experience of a well-meaning older person suggesting names like "Heather" or "Erica" for our little ones, without understanding why those names might be unappealing to Millennials. So with that in mind, I put together some lists.
Here are the names that appear in 2019 top 100, but not at all on the 1989 top 1000 -- that is, the modern common names that might sound the most unusual to an older person who hasn't been exposed to contemporary name trends, and the most likely to be mistaken for "unique" by a non-name nerd.
Boys Girls
Aiden Aaliyah
Asher Addison
Declan Adeline
Easton Aria
Greyson Arya
Hudson Bella
Jaxon Brooklyn
Jaxson Camila
Jayden Delilah
Kayden Eliana
Luca Ella
Mateo Ellie
Maverick Emery
Emilia
Everly
Harper
Hazel
Isabella
Isla
Kennedy
Kinsley
Layla
Luna
Nevaeh
Nova
Mila
Paisley
Penelope
Peyton
Piper
Quinn
Riley
Rylee
Scarlett
Serenity
Skylar
Stella
Valentina
Violet
Willow
Zoey
The following names were in the top 100 in both years, that is, the names that both a modern name nerd/parent and an older non-name nerd might both agree are "classic."
Boys Girls
Aaron Abigail
Adam Allison
Adrian Anna
Alexander Elizabeth
Andrew Emily
Anthony Hannah
Austin Julia
Benjamin Leah
Caleb Natalie
Cameron Samantha
Charles Sarah
Christian Victoria
Christopher
Daniel
David
Ethan
Evan
Ian
Jacob
James
John
Jonathan
Jordan
Jose
Joseph
Joshua
Matthew
Michael
Nathan
Nicholas
Robert
Ryan
Samuel
Thomas
Wesley
William
Below are all the names that were on the top 1000 list in 1989, but not in 2019. It's crazy how names can change so much in one generation! Names in bold were in the top 100 in 1989, which are the names likely to sound common and normal to an older non-name nerd, but dated and unappealing to a young parent or name nerd.
Boys Girls
Addison Abbey
Adolfo Abbie
Agustin Adrian
Akeem Adrianne
Alexandro Adrienne
Alphonso Aimee
Alton Aja
Andrea Alecia
Andreas Alesha
Antione Alex
Antoine Alexandrea
Anton Ali
Antony Alisa
Antwan Alisha
Antwon Alissa
Aric Allyssa
Armand Alycia
Arnold Alyse
Arron Alysha
Arsenio Alysia
Ashley Amie
Aubrey Anabel
Austen Andria
Barry Angelia
Benito Angelique
Bennie Anita
Benny Anjelica
Bernard Annette
Bernardo Annmarie
Bill Antionette
Blair Antoinette
Brad Antonia
Bradford Araceli
Bradly Arlene
Brandan Asha
Branden Ashanti
Brandin Ashely
Brandt Ashlee
Brandyn Ashleigh
Brant Ashli
Brenden Ashlie
Brendon Ashly
Brennen Ashton
Brent Asia
Brenton Audra
Bret Audriana
Brice Audrianna
Britton Beatriz
Broderick Becky
Bryon Belinda
Cale Bernadette
Camron Beth
Carey Betsy
Carlo Betty
Carlton Beverly
Cary Billie
Cassidy Blanca
Cecil Bobbi
Cedric Bobbie
Cedrick Brandee
Chad Brandi
Chadd Brandie
Chadwick Brandy
Channing Breana
Chauncey Breann
Chaz Breanna
Chester Breanne
Clarence Bree
Claude Brenda
Cleveland Brenna
Clifford Brianne
Clifton Bridgett
Clint Bridgette
Clinton Brigitte
Coby Britany
Codey Britney
Coleman Britni
Cordell Britny
Cordero Brittaney
Cornelius Brittani
Cornell Brittanie
Cortez Brittnay
Cortney Brittnee
Coty Brittney
Courtney Brittni
Craig Brittnie
Cristobal Brittny
Cristopher Brook
Dale Bryanna
Damion Candace
Dan Candice
Dana Candy
Dandre Caitlin
Daquan Caitlyn
Daren Cara
Darien Cari
Darin Carina
Darion Carissa
Darnell Carla
Daron Carley
Darrel Carlie
Darrell Carol
Darrick Carrie
Darrin Casandra
Darrius Casie
Darron Cassie
Darryl Cassondra
Daryl Cathy
Dashawn Catrina
Dave Cayla
Davin Cecily
Davon Celina
Deangelo Chandra
Dejuan Chanelle
Demarco Chantal
Demarcus Chantel
Demario Chantelle
Denis Charity
Denny Charlene
Deon Charmaine
Deonte Chasity
Dereck Chastity
Deric Chelsey
Derick Chelsi
Derik Chelsie
Deron Cherelle
Derrek Cheri
Derrell Cherie
Deshawn Cherish
Devan Cheryl
Deven Chiquita
Dewayne Christa
Dimitri Christen
Dionte Christi
Dirk Christian
Dion Christiana
Domingo Christie
Dominique Christin
Dominque Christy
Don Chrystal
Donavan Ciara
Donnell Ciera
Donnie Cierra
Donta Cindy
Dontae Claudia
Donte Cody
Duane Colleen
Duncan Connie
Dusty Constance
Dwayne Corey
Dwight Cori
Earl Corina
Earnest Corrine
Eddy Cortney
Efrain Cory
Edgardo Courtney
Edmond Cristal
Edmund Cristina
Edwardo Danica
Efren Danika
Elmer Danyelle
Elvin Dara
Elvis Darlene
Erich Darcy
Erin Dawn
Ervin Dayna
Erwin Deana
Estevan Deanna
Federico Debbie
Fidel Debra
Floyd Deidra
Francesco Deidre
Frankie Deirdre
Fred Deja
Freddie Delia
Freddy Demetria
Fredrick Dena
Galen Denise
Garret Desirae
Garrick Desiree
Garrison Destinee
Garry Devin
Gene Devon
Geoffrey Diamond
Gerard Diane
German Dianna
Glen Dina
Glenn Dolores
Gilbert Dominique
Gilberto Dominque
Gino Domonique
Gonzalo Donna
Greg Dora
Gregg Doris
Gregorio Eboni
Guadalupe Ebony
Guy Edna
Hakeem Elisha
Hans Elissa
Herbert Elizabet
Heriberto Emilie
Herman Erica
Horace Ericka
Humberto Eunice
Irvin Fabiola
Irving Felicia
Isiah Felisha
Isidro Geneva
Jackie Georgina
Jacques Geraldine
Jamaal Gina
Jamar Gillian
Jamarcus Ginger
Jamel Gladys
Jamil Glenda
Jaquan Graciela
Jaren Gretchen
Jarod Griselda
Jarred Heather
Jarrell Hilary
Jarrett Hillary
Jarrod Holli
Jarvis Hollie
Javon Irma
Jean Ivette
Jed Jackie
Jeff Jacklyn
Jerad Jaclyn
Jerald Jacquelyn
Jeramy Jaime
Jered Jaimie
Jerel Jaleesa
Jeremey Jalisa
Jeremie Jami
Jermey Jamila
Jerod Jana
Jeromy Janae
Jaron Janay
Jerrell Janel
Jerrod Janell
Jess Janessa
Jessie Janet
Jessy Janette
Jim Janice
Jimmie Janie
Jody Janine
Joesph Janna
Johnathon Jaqueline
Johnnie Jasmin
Jonathon Jayme
Jordon Jean
Jory Jeanette
Josef Jeanne
Josh Jeannette
Joshuah Jeannie
Jovan Jena
Justen Jenifer
Kadeem Jennie
Kalvin Jenny
Karl Jerica
Kasey Jerrica
Kegan Jesica
Kelby Jesse
Kelly Jessi
Kelsey Jessika
Ken Jill
Kendal Joan
Kendall Joana
Kendell Joann
Kent Joanne
Kenton Jodi
Keon Jodie
Kerry Jody
Keven Johnna
Khiry Joni
Kirby Juana
Kirk Juanita
Kolby Judy
Korey Julianne
Kory Justina
Kristofer Justine
Kurt Kacey
Kurtis Kaci
Kwame Kacie
Ladarius Kacy
Lamar Kaela
Lamont Kaila
Laron Kaitlin
Laurence Kaitlynn
Leslie Kala
Lester Kaleigh
Lloyd Kaley
Lonnie Kalyn
Loren Kandace
Luther Kandice
Lyndon Kari
Mackenzie Karin
Madison Karissa
Malcom Karli
Marion Karly
Markus Kasandra
Marlin Kasey
Marques Kasie
Marquez Kassandra
Marquise Kassie
Martell Katelin
Martez Katelynn
Marty Katharine
Micheal Katherin
Michel Katheryn
Mickey Kathrine
Mike Kathy
Mikel Kati
Milton Katlin
Mitchel Katlyn
Montrell Katrina
Morris Katy
Mychal Kaycee
Myron Kaylyn
Najee Keely
Nathanial Keisha
Neal Kelley
Nestor Kelli
Nick Kellie
Nickolas Kelsea
Nigel Kelsi
Nikko Kelsie
Norman Kenya
Octavio Keri
Osvaldo Kerri
Paris Kerry
Perry Keshia
Pete Kia
Pierre Kierra
Quinten Kiersten
Quintin Kirsten
Raheem Kiley
Rakeem Kim
Ralph Kimberlee
Ramiro Kimberley
Randal Kristen
Randall Kirstie
Randolph Kirstin
Rashaad Kortney
Rashad Kourtney
Rashawn Krista
Raymundo Kristal
Reynaldo Kristan
Rico Kristi
Rick Kristian
Rickey Kristie
Rigoberto Kristin
Roderick Kristina
Rodolfo Kristine
Robbie Krystal
Robby Kristy
Rodrick Kristyn
Rogelio Krysta
Rolando Krysten
Ron Krystin
Roosevelt Krystina
Ross Krystle
Rudolph Kyle
Rusty Laci
Ryne Lacie
Sammy Lacy
Schuyler Lakeisha
Scotty Lakesha
Shannon Lakeshia
Shaun Lakisha
Shay Laquita
Shayne Lashonda
Shea Larissa
Shelby Latasha
Sheldon Latisha
Shelton Latosha
Sherman Latonya
Sidney Latoya
Skylar Latrice
Spenser Laurie
Stacey Leandra
Stacy Leann
Stephan Leanne
Stephon Leeann
Steve Leigh
Stevie Lesley
Stewart Leticia
Stuart Lindsay
Sylvester Lisette
Tad Lissette
Taryn Liza
Ted Lizbeth
Teddy Lizeth
Terence Lizette
Terrell Lora
Terrence Loren
Theron Lorena
Timmy Loretta
Todd Lori
Tom Lorraine
Tommie Lourdes
Torrey Lyndsay
Tory Lyndsey
Tracy Lynette
Travon Lynn
Trever Lynsey
Trevon Maegan
Tylor Magan
Tyree Magen
Tyrel Mai
Tyrell Maira
Tyron Mandi
Tyrone Mandy
Ulysses Maranda
Vaughn Marcia
Vernon Marcella
Vince Margarita
Virgil Mari
Wendell Marian
Wilfredo Marianne
Willard Maribel
Willie Maricela
Willis Mariel
Zachery Marisa
Zackary Marisela
Zackery Marisol
Maritza
Marjorie
Marla
Marlena
Marlene
Marquita
Marsha
Martika
Martina
Maryann
Maura
Maureen
Mayra
Meagan
Meaghan
Melinda
Melisa
Mercedes
Micaela
Michele
Mindy
Misty
Mollie
Monika
Monique
Moriah
Nadine
Nichole
Nicolette
Nikita
Nikki
Nikole
Noel
Norma
Olga
Pamela
Patrice
Pauline
Peggy
Perla
Phylicia
Porsha
Portia
Precious
Rachael
Racheal
Rachelle
Rebeca
Randi
Rena
Renae
Rhiannon
Rhonda
Richelle
Rikki
Rita
Roberta
Robyn
Rochelle
Rocio
Rosalinda
Rosanna
Roxana
Roxanna
Roxanne
Sade
Salina
Sally
Samatha
Sandy
Selina
Shaina
Shakira
Shameka
Shamika
Shana
Shanae
Shanelle
Shanice
Shanika
Shaniqua
Shanna
Shannon
Shante
Shantel
Shantell
Shari
Sharon
Shauna
Shawna
Shayla
Shayna
Shea
Sheena
Sheila
Shelley
Shelly
Sheri
Sherri
Sherry
Shirley
Silvia
Sonia
Sonja
Sonya
Staci
Stacie
Stacy
Stefani
Stefanie
Stephani
Stephany
Susan
Susana
Susanna
Suzanne
Tabatha
Tabitha
Tameka
Tamika
Tammy
Tanesha
Tania
Tanisha
Tanya
Tara
Tarah
Tasha
Tawny
Tayler
Tera
Teri
Terra
Terri
Tess
Theresa
Tia
Tianna
Tiara
Tiera
Tierra
Tiffani
Tiffanie
Tina
Toni
Tonya
Tosha
Tracey
Traci
Tracie
Tracy
Tricia
Trina
Trisha
Trista
Tyler
Valarie
Valencia
Vicky
Wanda
Wendy
Yadira
Yajaira
Yasmine
Yesenia
Yessenia
Yolanda
Yvette
Yvonne
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2020.10.07 16:03 FormalSmoke Kristen Stewart on Publicly Coming Out as Queer and Her Past 'Caginess' Dating Robert Pattinson and Others

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2020.07.28 08:02 kwpluckett Kwpluckett #28: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012)

Date started: 5/18/2020
Date Watched: 7/27/2020
Runtime: 1h55m
Rating: PG-13
Watched on: Amazon Prime
Meta Critic rating: %49
Imdb rating: 5.5
Google synopsis:
Bella (Kristen Stewart) awakes -- as a vampire -- from her life-threatening labor, and her newborn daughter, Renesmee, proves to be very special indeed. While Bella adjusts to her new state of being, Renesmee experiences accelerated growth. When the Volturi learn of the baby's existence, they declare her to be an abomination and sentence the Cullens to death. Bella, Edward (Robert Pattinson) and the rest of the clan seek help from allies around the world to protect their family.
My thoughts:
This one is hands down the best movie in the "saga". Unfortunately that still doesn't mean it's great.
The acting has not improved, but the story and characterization definitely has. The teenage romance is finally vanquished by the onset of teen marriage and oops, a baby. This looks and feels like a low-budget Sci-Fi Channel more than a Hollywood blockbuster and for this reason, it maintains a certain sense of charm and earns a degree of forgiveness for it's shortcomings.
We finally get to see an epic battle, and I sincerely want to mention it as that. It is epic. It gives you a sense of satisfaction that lasts for more than 5 minutes, finally! It gives you some nerd chills, and leaves you wanting more.
Too bad it took 4 movies to get here. My reccomendation is to skip the other 4 and just watch this one, you'll miss quite alot, but it's nothing that isn't written in the synopses.
I'll give it a 3.5/5.
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2020.07.27 08:14 kwpluckett Kwpluckett #26: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011)

Date started: 5/18/2020
Date Watched: 7/26/2020
Runtime: 2h4m
Rating: PG-13
Watched on: Amazon Prime
Meta Critic rating: %45
Imdb rating: 4.9
Google synopsis:
At last, Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) are getting married. When Jacob (Taylor Lautner) finds out that Bella wants to spend her honeymoon as a human, he is horrified -- for Edward's passion could accidentally kill her. Bella does indeed survive her honeymoon, but a new complication arises when she discovers that she's pregnant -- and the child is growing at an alarming rate. The pregnancy sets the wolves against Bella and Edward, but Jacob vows to protect his friend.
My thoughts:
This one is slightly better than the last one?
The love triangle thing kind of finally takes a back seat I guess?
I kind of enjoyed part of this movie?
2.5/5
Only one left, hopefully I turn before these movies kill me?
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2020.07.27 04:55 kwpluckett Kwpluckett #25: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)

Date started: 5/18/2020
Date Watched: 7/26/2020
Runtime: 2h11m
Rating: PG-13
Watched on: Amazon Prime
Rotten Tomato rating: %48
Imdb rating: 5
Google synopsis:
Danger once again surrounds Bella (Kristen Stewart), as a string of mysterious killings terrorizes Seattle and a malicious vampire continues her infernal quest for revenge. Amid the tumult, Bella must choose between her love for Edward (Robert Pattinson) and her friendship with Jacob (Taylor Lautner), knowing that her decision may ignite the long-simmering feud between vampire and werewolf.
My thoughts:
This love triangle thing is driving me crazy.
There is supposed to be a vampire war in this one, but the lead up just takes too long and is too full of team Jacob v team Edward.
Too much hmming and hawing here.
These things are getting progressively worse.
I'll give it a 2/5.
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2020.07.26 06:18 kwpluckett Kwpluckett #23: Twilight (2008)

Date started: 5/18/2020
Date Watched: 7/25/2020
Runtime: 2h6m
Rating: PG-13
Watched on: Amazon Prime
Rotten Tomato rating: %49
Imdb rating: 5.2
Google synopsis:
High-school student Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), always a bit of a misfit, doesn't expect life to change much when she moves from sunny Arizona to rainy Washington state. Then she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a handsome but mysterious teen whose eyes seem to peer directly into her soul. Edward is a vampire whose family does not drink blood, and Bella, far from being frightened, enters into a dangerous romance with her immortal soulmate.
My thoughts:
Well it was neither as bad nor as good as I thought it would be. (If that makes sense.) I thought for sure there would be some sweet nerd-chill moments (OMG Vampires are so cool!) But no such luck.
It all came off as low-budget, over the top and fairly cheesy. I swear half of the movie is just the main characters looking at one another with their mouths agap and some cheesy, emo guitar track soloing angstfully in the peripheral.
The story is ok, the characters are fairly static and it's only made worse by the dull acting.
My dad early on asked if this was the one with all the gratuitous sex (He was talking about True Blood.) And this became a running joke throughout. This movie is really easy to riff on and could easily lend itself to enjoyable night with friends and family making jokes at the movie's expense.
My dad says it was better than he thought, not enough gratuitous sex I say. Lol.
He gives it a 4/5.
My wife says a 6/5 (speaking with the voice of her inner 20 year old.)
I'll give it a 3/5. (+0.5 points for the gratuitous sex scenes... that never happened....)
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2020.04.22 23:00 Geminiraptor Library of Paleontology Books

A frequent question posted to this specific subreddit is “What are some good paleontology focused books?” Or something to that effect. To avoid having to answer said question in a monotonous cycle, it would be far more efficient to compile the information in one place.
Why Dinosaurs Matter by Kenneth Lacovara. This books details why and how dinosaurs are important and relevant in multiple facets to modern and even everyday life, and does so with wit to boot.
How to Build a Dinosaur by John Horner. This book focuses on the sub field of molecular paleontology, and how dinosaur DNA may be more readily at hand then previously thought.
The Tyrannosaur Chronicles by David Hone. Tyrannosaurid expert, David Hone, provides a truly panoramic view of the most well known clade of dinosaurs.
The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs by Steve Brusatte. A new history of a lost world seamlessly blends personal experience and paleontological inference for a unique worldview on dinosaurs and their relatives, the pterosaurs.
Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs by Philip Currie. Not to be confused with the countless children’s books of the same moniker, this tome is a college level text book on paleontology, brimming with contributions by late 90s scientists worldwide.
Jurassic West by John Foster. The unequivocal field guide to the Morrison Formation.
Flying Dinosaurs by John Pickrell. Using feathers as a starting point, Pickrell tackles a number of paleontological topics with expertise and finesse.
Feathered Dinosaurs by John Long. If you can’t wait to smack the next person who tells you birds aren’t dinosaurs with some good old fashion science, then this is your guide.
All Yesterdays by Conway, Koseman and Naish. An important book that reminds us that dinosaurs are not monsters, not to shrink wrap our favorite animals, and that speculation is the foundation of science.
Paleontology Vertebrata by Micheal Benton. Another wonderful text book, dinosaurs aren’t the only thing worth researching in paleontology.
Dinosaurs: How they lived and evolved by Naish and Barrett. An encyclopedic book on dinosaurs for paleogeeks of all ages.
Dinosaurs Rediscovered by Michael Benton. In this fascinating and accessible overview, renowned paleontologist Michael J. Benton reveals how our understanding of dinosaurs is being transformed by recent fossil finds and new technology.
Raptor Red by Robert Bakker. While not exactly a documentary book, Raptor Red is an account of dinosaurs during the Cretaceous Period, told from the point of view of Raptor Red, a female Utahraptor. Despite it not being strictly non fictional, this book is accurate to a fault, and endorsed by paleontologists worldwide.
Wonderful Life by Stephen Gould. The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History is a 1989 book on the evolution of Cambrian fauna by Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould.
Dinosaurs, the Grand Tour by Keiron Pim. We live in a golden age of paleontologica discovery—the perfect time to dig into the spectacular world of dinosaurs. From Aardonyx, a lumbering beast that formed a link between two‐ and four‐legged dinosaurs, to Zuniceratops, who boasted a deadly pair of horns, Dinosaurs—The Grand Tour, Second Edition details everything worth knowing about more than 300 dinosaurs. The important discoveries and gory details touch on topics from geology, anatomy, and evolution to astronomy and even Native American and Chinese myth
Ancient Wyoming by Johnson, and Clyde. ancient wyoming from www.amazon.com Merging paleontology, geology, and artistry, Ancient Wyoming illustrates scenes from the distant past and provides fascinating details on the flora and fauna of the past 300 million years.
A Dynasty of Dinosaurs by Poole, and Shein. For the more artistically inclined, Jason Poole and Jason Shein combine make-your-own scientifically accurate paleoart with educational facts about dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals
Your Inner Fish by Neil Shubin. In Your Inner Fish, Neil Shubin tells the story of evolution by tracing the organs of the human body back millions of years, long before the first creatures walked the earth.
Sabertooth by Anton Mauricio. DescriptionWith their spectacularly enlarged canines, sabertooth cats are among the most popular of prehistoric animals, yet it is surprising how little information about them is available for the curious layperson. This book is a remedy to that problem.
After the Ice Age by Amelia Pielou. Glacials are colder phases within an ice age in which glaciers advance; glacials are separated by interglacials. Thus, the end of the last glacial period, which was about 11,700 years ago, is not the end of the last ice age since extensive year-round ice persists in Antarctica and Greenland.
Giant Sloths and Sabertooth Cats by Donald Grayson. Donald K. Grayson is a professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Quaternary Research Center at the University of Washington. He is a recipient of the Nevada Medal for scientific achievement and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. His publications include The Desert's Past and The Great Basin: A Natural Prehistory.
Life by Richard Fortey. Life: A Natural History of the First Four Billion Years of Life on Earth is a book about natural history by British paleontologist Richard A. Fortey. It was originally published in hardcover in Great Britain by HarperCollins Publishers, under the title Life: An Unauthorised Biography.
Survivors by Richard Fortey. An excellent foray into biological history- the living facsimiles of ancient phyla for starters, then delving into the survivors of various mass extinctions.
Horned Armadillos and Rafting Monkeys by Darin Croft. After a general introduction, the book consists of chapters each organized around a specific site where mammal fossils have been found. A few pages describe the geological context of the site, then a series of two-page spreads each present one, or occasionally two, species found there, with a life reconstruction by palaeo-artist Velizar Simeonovski. Alongside the mammals there's a few reptiles and birds, incl Argentavis, possibly the largest flying bird ever.
When Life Nearly Died by Micheal Benton. The focus is the most severe mass extinction known in earth's history .The science on which the book is based is up-to-date, thorough, and balanced.
Fossil Frogs and Toads by J Alan Holman. DescriptionDespite being among the most versatile and interesting amphibians in North America, frogs and toads (otherwise known as anurans) have not traditionally received enough attention from science.
Fossil Salamanders of North America by J Alan Holman. Call them "mudpuppies," "hellbenders," or "mud eels," salamanders are puzzling animals to most people. They come in forms that look like flattened fish with legs, like eels, like slimy lizards, or like lizards with toad-like skins. Their life history imitates the ancient evolutionary transition from aquatic to terrestrial vertebrates, though several groups remain permanently aquatic. Until now, no one has written about their ancient ancestors.
Dogs and Their Fossil Relatives by Xiaoming Wang. This book offers a "holistic picture of canid evolution" and an overview of existing and extinct taxa, also detailing the evidence for the domestication and evolution of domestic dogs from their wolf ancestors. It has received particular praise for its in-depth coverage of Chinese canids
Spying on Whales by Nick Penson. Nick Pyenson studies whales--all cetaceans, in fact. Whales include the largest animals that have ever lived on Earth. We've interacted with them for much of our history. But because they spend most of their lives underwater, and mostly don't have any regular need to be close to shore, we know surprisingly little about them. Which whales have the most oil or blubber is important for whale hunters, but not exactly a deep scientific insight, taken by itself. It doesn't tell us anything about how whales evolved, where they are and what they're doing in the great majority of their time that isn't spent anywhere near humans, or what their likely future in a changing world may be. Nick Pyenson has spent his professional life trying to answer those questions.
Terrestrial ecosystems through time by Damuth, DiMichele, and Behrensmyer. Breathtaking in scope, this is the first survey of the entire ecological history of life on land—from the earliest traces of terrestrial organisms over 400 million years ago to the beginning of human agriculture.
Paleobiogeography by Bruce Lieberman. Biogeography relates the evolution of the Earth's biota to major episodes in the Earth's history such as climatic changes and plate tectonic events. Furthermore, biogeographic patterns have played a prominent role in the development of the theory of evolution.
Evolution of the Tertiary Mammals of North America by various. This book is a unique compendium and synthesis of the cumulative knowledge of more than 100 years of discovery and study of North American tertiary mammals.
Pterosaurs by Mark Witton. Pterosaurs, despite two centuries of study, have never really been given the scientific or public attention they deserve. In Pterosaurs, Witton takes the reader under his wing, to divulge his knowledge about this fascinating animals.
Sea Dragons by Richard Ellis. In the days when dinosaurs dominated the earth, their marine counterparts - every bit as big and ferocious - reigned supreme in prehistoric seas. In this book, Richard Ellis takes us back to the Mesozoic era to resurrect the fascinating lives of these giant seagoing reptiles.
Paleobotany by Taylor, Krings and Taylor. Paleobotany is a severely under-appreciated science and is necessary to understanding ancient ecosystems. Paleobotany, the Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants, provides encyclopedic insight on the subject.
Sapiens by Yuval Harari. Sapiens is a short telling of the entire human history, from pre-anatomically modern humans through the agricultural and scientific revolutions and to the present.
Foundations of Paleoecology by Lyons, and Behrensmeyer. Approximately 99% of all life that has ever existed is extinct. Fortunately, these long dead species have left traces of their lives and interactions with other species in the rock record that paleoecologists use to understand how species and ecosystems have changed over time.
Paleoecology: Past, Present, Future by David Bottjer. Paleoecology is a discipline that uses evidence from fossils to provide an understanding of ancient environments and the ecological history of life through geological time.
The Armored Dinosaurs by Kenneth Carpenter. Armored dinosaurs were some of the earliest dinosaurs named, including the ankylosaur Hylaeosaurus in 1833 and Stegosaurus in 1877.
Sea Monsters by Micheal Everhart. From giant sharks and fierce reptiles to the fossil-hunters who proved that today's land-locked Great Plains were once submerged, to the cutting-edge Large Format Film technology that made Sea Monsters possible, this book and the movie behind it will forever change how we think about marine predators—and make us look at the oceans of our world with new eyes and a shivery mix of wonderment and ancient, instinctive fear.
Dinosaurs, the Most Complete, Up to Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages by Thomas Holtz. As the name would imply, this book is one of the best dinosaurian encyclopedias on the market. Filled to the brim with both general and specific knowledge on different subjects of dinosaur paleontology.
Rex Appeal by Kristen Donnan. Unraveling the fascinating puzzle of who the Tyrannosaurus rexes were and how they lived, this book shares the amazing story of the uncovering and painstaking restoration of prehistory’s most popular dinosaur.
The Dinosauria by Weishampel, Dodson, and Osmólska. Once called “The Bible of Dinosaur Paleontology”, The Dinosauria was first published more than a decade ago, it was hailed as "the best scholarly reference work available on dinosaurs" and "an historically unparalleled compendium of information." This second, fully revised edition continues in the same vein as the first but encompasses the recent spectacular discoveries that have continued to revolutionize the field. A state-of-the-science view of current world research, the volume includes comprehensive coverage of dinosaur systematics, reproduction, and life history strategies, biogeography, taphonomy, paleoecology, thermoregulation, and extinction. Its internationally renowned authors―forty-four specialists on the various members of the Dinosauria―contribute definitive descriptions and illustrations of these magnificent Mesozoic beasts.
Oceans of Kansas by Micheal Everhart. Oceans of Kansas remains the best and only book of its type currently available. Everhart's treatment of extinct marine reptiles synthesizes source materials far.
Dinosaur Systematics by Currie, and Carpenter. In recent years dinosaurs have captured the attention of the public at an unprecedented level. At the heart of this resurgence in popular interest is an increased level of research activity, much of which is innovative in the field of paleontology.
The Horned Dinosaurs by Peter Dodson. The horned dinosaurs, a group of rhinoceros-like creatures that lived 100 to 65 million years ago, included one of the greatest and most popular dinosaurs studied today: Triceratops.
Dinosaur Eggs and Babies by Horner, and Carpenter. In the last couple of decades the study of dinosaur eggs and babies has proved to be one of the most exciting and profitable areas of dinosaur research.
On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin. Charles Darwin’s On The Origin of Species, in which he writes of his theories of evolution by natural selection, is one of the most important works of scientific study ever published.
The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins. DescriptionThe Selfish Gene is a 1976 book on evolution by the biologist Richard Dawkins, in which the author builds upon the principal theory of George C. Williams's Adaptation and Natural Selection.
A Short History of Everything by Bill Bryson. A Short History of Nearly Everything by American-British author Bill Bryson is a popular science book that explains some areas of science, using easily accessible language that appeals more to the general public than many other books dedicated to the subject.
Why Big Fierce Animals are Rare by Paul Colinfaux. Here is one of the most provocative, wide-ranging, and delightful books ever written about our environment. Paul Colinvaux takes a penetrating look at the science of ecology, bringing to his subject both profound knowledge and an enthusiasm that will encourage a greater understanding of the environment and of the efforts of those who seek to preserve it.
Some Assembly Required by Niel Shubin. Over billions of years, ancient fish evolved to walk on land, reptiles transformed into birds that fly, and apelike primates evolved into humans that walk on two legs, talk, and write. For more than a century, paleontologists have traveled the globe to find fossils that show how such changes have happened.
We have now arrived at a remarkable moment--prehistoric fossils coupled with new DNA technology have given us the tools to answer some of the basic questions of our existence: How do big changes in evolution happen? Is our presence on Earth the product of mere chance? This new science reveals a multibillion-year evolutionary history filled with twists and turns, trial and error, accident and invention.
Paleoartist’s Guide by Mark Witton. Extinct worlds live again in palaeoart: artworks of fossil animals, plants and environments carefully reconstructed from palaeontological and geological data. Such artworks are widespread in popular culture, appearing in documentaries, museums, books and magazines, and inspiring depictions of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals in cinema. This book outlines how fossil animals and environments can be reconstructed from their fossils, explaining how palaeoartists overcome gaps in fossil data and predict 'soft-tissue' anatomies no longer present around fossil bones. It goes on to show how science and art can meet to produce compelling, interesting takes on ancient worlds, and it explores the goals and limitations of this popular but rarely discussed art genre.
Fossils for Kidsby Ashley Hall. While made with kids in mind, this book is a great primer to paleontology; written by Science Communications expert and paleo anthropologist, Ashely Hall.
Fossil Plants by Paul Kendrick. DescriptionFossil Plants is the first book of its kind to provide an overview of the development of plant life through time focusing on key events and periods. Beginning with the origins of plant life in the sea, the book traces the evolution of land plants, ferns, conifers and their relatives, and flowering plants.
Paleobotany and the Evolution of Plants by Rothwell and Stewart. Originally published in 1993, this second edition of a successful textbook describes and explains in a refreshingly clear way the origin and evolution of plants as revealed by the fossil record and summarises paleobotanical information relevant to our understanding of the relationships between the major plant groups, extant and extinct. As in the first edition, the text is profusely illustrated with line illustrations and half-tones. For those students with little knowledge of plant structure and morphology there is a brief resumé of those features of extant plants that will be needed to gain a better understanding of the fossil record. Summarising charts are also used to help students visualise the interpretative material.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Quick thanks to Lady_Naturalist (Ashley Hall), Katy Brook, u/evolving_dore, u/tytoalba2 and u/AndysBrotherDan for helping me to assemble this library by suggesting books!
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  42. Introduction to Meta-Analysis (Statistics in Practice): Michael Borenstein & Larry V. Hedges & Julian P. T. Higgins & Hannah R. Rothstein
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  45. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional,3rd Edition: Regula H. Robnett & Walter C. Chop
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  48. The Fine Line: Making Distinctions in Everyday Life:Eviatar Zerubavel
  49. Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts,5th Edition:Andrew Burr
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  60. Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach,5th Edition: Leslie A. Miller & Robert L. Lovler
  61. Psychology in Modules,11th Edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
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  68. Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting (9th Edition):Jerry J. Bigner & Clara Gerhardt
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  75. Pharmacology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series),5th Edition:Richard A. Harvey & Michelle A Clark & Richard Finkel & Jose A. Rey & Karen Whalen
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  77. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study,10th Edition:Paula S. Rothenberg
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  82. A Novel Approach to Politics: Introducing Political Science through Books, Movies, and Popular Culture, 4th Edition:Douglas A. Van Belle
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  157. Empowerment Series: Essential Research Methods for Social Work,4th Edition: Allen Rubin & Earl R. Babbie
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  161. Business Communication Today,14th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill;
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  165. Macroeconomics (2nd Edition): Daron Acemoglu and David Laibson
  166. The Architecture of Computer Hardware and System Software: An Information Technology Approach,5th Edition:Irv Englander
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  171. Intermediate Algebra,7th Edition:Elayn Martin-Gay
  172. American Government and Politics Today: Essentials 2017-2018 Edition:Barbara A. Bardes
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  174. Digital Media Law,2nd Edition:Ashley Packard
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  178. Digital Media Ethics, 2nd Edition:Charles Ess
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  180. The Psychology of Terrorism 2nd Edition:John G. Horgan
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2020.03.09 07:04 Lordkeravrium If you get into celebrity drama... you need to stop for your own good

Celebrity drama is lame as shit... who a celebrity is dating or who they don’t like and who they do like or the one mean thing they said one time isn’t really your business. The fact that you care so much about someone else’s life is bothering to me.
You could argue it’s an escape, well the thing is, it’s also someone else’s life. Fiction exists so we can escape our lives. But escaping into someone else’s life is just unhealthy.
While many celebrities do want the attention because it literally keeps their career afloat (Kim Kardashian literally lives off of fake drama), many have also gotten annoyed at people trying to figure out their private lives. Selena Gomez for example, has openly said that she feels like people intrude on her privacy when they constantly try to figure out who she is dating. Robert Pattinson has said that the twilight fandom burned him out to the point where he no longer wants to be associated with that character probably not the only reason why... (I’m no fan of twilight and he’s acted in many other great movies where he’s done an amazing job but that’s besides the point) he has even said that the loud minority hating on him when he was cast as Batman was “refreshing” because of how annoyed he got at twilight fans stalking him and trying to ruin his relationship so he would date Kristen Stewart instead of who he was genuinely happy with.
Even if the celebrity wants the attention, you should not do it. This is because it may harm you. Celebrities who create fake drama or cause it normally do it to further their career and they tend to over exaggerate the tiniest things so that they get more publicity. This tends to make people think of tiny things in more intense ways and normally encourages people (mostly teenage girls) to start their own drama because it entertains them and end up hurting the mental health of themselves and others. I know this because celebrity-obsessed assholes have dragged me into their drama and I’m honestly sick of it.
The point is, celebrity drama isn’t healthy. You’re either giving them what they’re asking for and hurting yourself and others in the process, or you’re annoying the heck out of the celebrity.
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2020.02.07 15:52 LukeWilsonStupidNose ‘Do you want to do a superhero movie?’ - answers from directors, writers, actors and actresses (2020 update)

I did one of these a couple years ago and people seemed to like it, but I figured it could use an update.
Take these with a grain of salt, of course, this is more for fun than anything. It’s a pretty long post so I’d probably recommend just skimming through for any names you’re interested in.
Pedro Almodóvar
It’s too big for me! I like to see what I’m doing, to direct movies the same day. You have to wait too long to see the results. I like being able to impose my opinion as a director. I’ve made 21 movies. I’m used to doing it the way I like, not fitting with the Hollywood system. (Vulture, 2019)
Darren Aronofsky
You never know. I mean, Superman would always be interesting. But they’re already deep into reinventing him, so that’s not going to happen for a long time. I think with those films you have to be careful because they are about communicating with as big an audience as you possibly can. Audiences who go to see those films expect a certain type of movie. (CinePop, 2017)
Gemma Arterton
I’m not really into superheroes and stuff like that. But you never know. (HeyUGuys, 2015)
Olivier Assayas
I mean, I enjoy it as a viewer. I don’t think I would touch it as a filmmaker, but I can certainly understand the fun one has with that material, not to mention the admiration I’ve always had for the writers and artists of the comic books. Once in a while, I still do read X-Men comics. I’m just fascinated by the complexity of the narratives and the ambition of the storytelling, which is way beyond whatever they’re doing in the movies. (AV Club, 2015)
Ari Aster
I’ve received some really enticing and cool offers, and I certainly want to hear what the offers are, but I am self-generating. I have so many films I want to make that I’ve written that are so vivid in my head.... Never say never, I definitely want to look at everything that comes my way, but it’ll take a lot to pull me away from these projects that are sort of on the tip of my tongue and that I’m ready to make. (Happy Sad Confused, 2019)
Michael Bay
I wouldn’t want to, it’s not my thing, it’s just not my gig. (Collider, 2016)
Orlando Bloom
I do read [the Marvel comics] a little bit. Who’s the British one? Captain Britain! There you go. Terrible costume, though. (BBC Radio 2, 2018)
Emily Blunt
Not particularly. (Variety, 2018)
Bong Joon-ho
I don’t think Marvel would ever want a director like me. I don’t expect any offers from them anytime soon. Of their movies, I did enjoy the films by James Gunn and James Mangold’s Logan, and I think there are great directors who can handle great projects like that. (Variety, 2020)
John Boyega
I sat down with Marvel years ago, but that’s not the direction I want to go at all. (ComicBook, 2019)
Danny Boyle
I wouldn’t be very good at it. I saw the Spider-Man movie, the animation, and I thought it was wonderful, but out of my league. Normally when you see a movie like that, you think, “I could maybe do that.” I didn’t think “Maybe” with this. It had a sensibility that felt truthful to its origins. Whoever made this, it is part of their bloodstream. You’ve got to recognise that you have no idea how to get there. I don’t think you should attempt one unless it’s in your bloodstream... Comics really aren’t in my bloodstream. (Empire, 2019)
Alison Brie
I would love to. I think especially after working on GLOW, where we all felt like we were superheroes, in a way it has satisfied my desire to do something like that. But in some ways it’s only whet my appetite. (Business Insider, 2017)
James Cameron
I’m not the slightest bit interested in laboring in someone else’s house. (Daily Beast, 2017)
Timothée Chalamet
I want to work with good storytellers and good directors on projects that are fresh, and on roles that feel challenging. Like Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, or Christian Bale in that film, or Tom Hardy and Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises. If it was something of that caliber, then that’s awesome. (Variety, 2018)
Toni Collette
It’d be super-fun to be a superhero. I’m not averse to any particular budget. I’m just averse to a shitty story. (Metro, 2015)
Olivia Colman
I’ve always wanted to play a Marvel baddie. I’m not sure I fit the mould, though. Like a powerful, extraordinary woman. Somebody with superpowers would be really fun, but I’m not sure how many middle-aged women they have in Marvel. (Vulture, 2016)
Sofia Coppola
I love making small low-budget films where I am really allowed to do it the way I want, and I think when you have those huge franchises there are a lot of cooks in the kitchen and meetings in conference rooms. But I’d never say never. (The Independent, 2017)
Bryan Cranston
I don’t want to do a character that has been done several times before. I don’t want to be compared, like, “Well, his Commissioner Gordon was yada yada yada.” I don’t want to do that. I want to take something that hasn’t been done. (ScreenGreek, 2018)
Tom Cruise
I’ll never say no if I find something that’s interesting, and I think an audience would like to see it, and they’re going to be entertained by it, and I feel like I can contribute something. (MTV, 2018)
Guillermo del Toro
Well, I co-wrote a whole screenplay on Justice League Dark for Warner Bros., so that’s your answer. I love Deadman, I love Demon, I love Swamp Thing, Zatanna. That’s a universe, is one thing. I’m very attracted to that side of the DC universe. But I’m not a superhero guy. For me to like a superhero, the superhero needs to be a monster. (ComicBook, 2019)
Leonardo DiCaprio
You never know. They’re getting better and better as far as complex characters in these movies. I haven’t yet. But no, I don’t rule out anything. (ShortList, 2015)
Zac Efron
I would do it in a second. I’m just waiting for the right opportunity. (Elle, 2017)
Taron Egerton
I love Marvel and I love the movies and I’d love the excuse to get in shape. (Variety, 2019)
Robert Eggers
Absolutely not. (Bloody Disgusting, 2019)
Cynthia Erivo
Yes. My body is suited to it. And I’d love to see what that experience is like. I think I could have a good time doing it. (Hollywood Reporter, 2020)
Giancarlo Esposito
I love those guys at Marvel. We’ve been trying to figure out how to collaborate on something. (ComicBook, 2016)
Rebecca Ferguson
I don’t think my goal is to throw myself into Marvel university. I love their stories, some of their characters are great, but I do it for the stories, for the people you work with, for the directors. We’ll see. (Metro, 2016)
David Fincher
Maybe. I was open to doing a zombie movie. I think in terms of stories — I don’t want to have to go and they say, “Okay, you have to dream up something for Meteor Man.” Or whatever. I don’t want to have to cobble together something around a pre-existing mask or uniform or cape or idea. (SXSW, 2019)
Jodie Foster
No, not interested in the franchise hero, superhero movie at all. It’s just not what I do. I’m glad other people do it and there’s always been those kinds of films, and there will always be those kinds of movies. It’s just now there’s been kind of, there’s a word for it in business where features as a business model have been more keen on, 95 percent of what they do is $200 million plus action films that appeal to all four quadrants that are these high-risk action films. It’s just not what I do. (ScreenCrush, 2018)
Cary Fukunaga
No, not really. I feel like they’ve all been taken... I do think there’s a place to make intelligent, big films. It depends on sensibility, too. I loved Guardians of the Galaxy. (Vulture, 2015)
Greta Gerwig
I would be open to doing a bigger film but at the same time I think, for me, one of the guiding principles of what I try to do to make my career as I have tried to make it, I always have a sense of what I would drop everything for and I think the thing that I would drop everything for is my own work that I write and that I make. It’s not that I’m not interested in those things, it’s just that they don’t come first. (Silver Screen Riot, 2015)
Hugh Grant
[I was recently offered one, but] there was a scheduling and family issue. Otherwise, I was absolutely up for it. It was a juicy role. It was a baddie. I love a good baddie. (Variety, 2019)
James Gray
I have no problem with Marvel. I’ve taken my children to Marvel movies and it’s a great experience — a bonding experience. It’s beautiful, and those films are brilliantly made. I loved the first Captain America. Terrific movie. So it’s not about shitting on them. The problem is not that — the problem is only that. It’s like if you went to the supermarket and you saw only one brand of cereal. Special K is all they had. Special K is not a bad-tasting cereal, but if that’s the only one you could get it would be awfully frustrating. If the movie business starts catering to smaller and smaller groups, it’s going to start hurting itself in a major way. I would argue that it already has. It’s my job as a director to try and push back against that a little bit. (IndieWire, 2019)
Eva Green
I really like physical stuff, actually. Even 300, I loved doing the training. It was thrilling to play that very strong woman. You get out of your head as an actor and you find the character through physical training. I’d love to do more of the superhero stuff. (ComingSoon, 2019)
Jon Hamm
It depends on the script, what the story is. I am a huge comic book fan, always have been. I have read comic books since I was nine or younger. And I am pretty knowledgeable about a lot of them. And I like the genre, and I like when they are done well. (Hollywood Reporter, 2018)
Armie Hammer
I haven’t seen a superhero movie in a long time where I thought, “Fuck, I wish I was in that.” You know? So for me there’s not, like, a huge rush. (Happy Sad Confused, 2017)
Neil Patrick Harris
I’d love to be some sort of villain in a big-budget action movie. Or a superhero franchise. That’d be rad. (Interview Magazine, 2015)
Ethan Hawke
I guess I’ve been offered things like that that didn’t appeal to me. You have to be careful about what you’re famous for. You don’t want to be famous for something you don’t love. It brings people a lot of pain when that happens. (ScreenCrush, 2018)
Lucas Hedges
I don’t see myself signing a long-term contract. That sounds frightening. Some of those actors who are in those movies really make challenging material work. That’s really impressive. I don’t see that as a challenge I’m dying to take on. (Hollywood Reporter, 2019)
Taraji P. Henson
I would love to be a Marvel superhero. (The New York Times, 2017)
Ron Howard
I’ve had opportunities over the years. I really feel like you shouldn’t make a movie as a kind of exercise. You have to be all the way in. I was never a comic book guy. I like the movies when I see them, especially the origin stories. I never felt like I could be on the set, at 3 o’clock in the morning, tired, with 10 important decisions to make, and know, intuitively, what the story needs. (Happy Sad Confused, 2015)
Glenn Howerton
If Marvel came along and wanted me to play a superhero, I probably would because I think that would be really, really fun. (GQ, 2018)
Charlie Hunnam
I didn’t grow up a comic book fan and I haven’t really seen any of those Marvel films or the Batman films. It’s just not really my taste.... It’s not part of my vision for my career or what I aspire to. (Yahoo, 2017) taste.
Peter Jackson
I’m not a superhero guy. (Empire, 2019)
Lily James
I want to do more action. I want to be a superhero. (Refinery29, 2016)
Barry Jenkins
I’m friends with Ryan Coogler, and just seeing his path from Fruitvale Station to Black Panther, and seeing that his voice has arrived at Black Panther intact and he’s creating on this scale that I think has far more reach than the scale I’m creating on right now. Yeah, if the right character presented itself — I can’t imagine Ryan directing Doctor Strange, I just can’t. But I think even superheroes are characters. And I think what Ryan did so well in Black Panther was showing the human being that T’Challa is. So, if something like that presented itself, yeah, I’d be interested. So long as I had the freedom to create the way I create. (Houston Chronicle, 2018)
Charlie Kaufman
Of course. But — no one wants me to do that. (IndieWire, 2016)
Jennifer Kent
The opportunity has been there if I really wanted to pursue that path and it still probably is to some extent. I am excited by this aboriginal Marvel character, Manifold. Aboriginal culture is the oldest culture in the earth; it’s so sophisticated and deep. It would interest me to take that out to the planet. There could be some amazing story there. (IndieWire, 2019)
John Krasinski
I would love to be in the Marvel universe. I love those movies because they’re fun, but I also think they’re really well done. And certainly a lot of my friends are in those movies. (Total Film, 2020)
Mila Kunis
No, that’s a lot of working out. Lots of those people are hungry, and you have to be because you have to be in shape and I don’t want to be hungry for 10 years. (MTV, 2018)
David Lowery
I grew up reading Marvel comic books and it’s a joy to see the aesthetic replicated on screen so thoroughly. Yet the aesthetic is so well-grounded at this point I don’t think there’s anything I could contribute to it. So the answer is likely no. But I do love superheroes, so there might be the right superhero movie out there I may want to delve in. (Maclean’s, 2017)
Rooney Mara
I don’t really get offered those parts, or maybe I do. I don’t even know. Maybe I do and I just don’t even realize it and just say no to them. For me it’s just all about the director and it’s all about the script and the story. (Deadline, 2016)
Matthew McConaughey
I did Sing, I did Kubo and the Two Strings. But other than that I’m like, what have I done that my kids can see? ... I’ll be there in a little while! I’ll do something. (Fandango, 2018)
Adam McKay
We’re always kind of talking. I think Feige is just the greatest, and what they’re doing is amazing. (Happy Sad Confused, 2018)
Christopher McQuarrie
I must tell you, the possibility of my doing a superhero movie is remote in the extreme. (Twitter, 2019)
Sam Mendes
The funniest letter I got — they were sending [a packet for] The Avengers, right? For directors to pitch — and I got a package, which was full of comic books, but no treatment; there was no script. But the cover letter said “Marvel’s Avengers will be released on May 3, 2012” or whatever it was. That was the first sentence of the cover letter. Not, “We have the pleasure of enclosing the materials…” or “Here is the script for…” But the release date.... I mean, that’s not my world particularly. I’ll go see it, particularly with my kids, but I didn’t want to make it. (Moviefone, 2012)
Sienna Miller
I feel quite content. It’s a huge commitment to have the ambition to be playing those parts and to be doing those roles. I don’t know that I have that, the ambition that it takes, the drive that it takes. Yes, I think I have subconsciously shied away from that, I think the idea of that is daunting. (The Guardian, 2017)
Helen Mirren
Oh yes! ... I’d probably have to be the baddie. You know, because I’m British. (CineMovie, 2013)
Viggo Mortensen
I’m just looking for good stories, and the ones I’ve happened to find and commit to have happened to be in other countries, or are independent films. I’m not trying to avoid any kind of budget or genre of movies. (LA Times, 2016)
Elisabeth Moss
I don’t think I’m good at the whole green screen thing, but I’m not averse to trying it out. I’m more into, like, a weird concentration camp miniseries [laughs]. That’s a sure path to my own Marvel movie. (MovieMaker Magazine, 2019)
Carey Mulligan
I don’t think I would be very good in something like that. (The Resident, 2018)
Eddie Murphy
No! I’m going to be 60 in a year. Who would I play? The old brotherman? I guess that’d be the character.... Man, fuck that. I can’t be standing around in a movie with a stick and shit, pointing and telling people, “Oh, you should do this or that.” I’m just not down with the whole superhero movie thing. But, if I had to, I guess I could play a villain or some shit like that. (IndieWire, 2019)
David Oyelowo
I tread with caution around the notion of those kinds of characters. Depending on which one of them you’re playing, there’s always a danger you’re going to get so identified with this larger than life character that it could become tougher for audiences to believe you in other roles. (The Wrap, 2015)
Al Pacino
I would do anything that I could understand in terms of how I fit in it. And you know, of course if I could fit in it. Anything’s possible. You know, I did Dick Tracy and I got an Oscar nomination, so come on. (Deadline, 2014)
Dev Patel
I had a wee bit of a scarring experience when I attempted to be a part of a franchise, and it didn’t quite hit the mark. It makes you evaluate what kind of mark you want to leave on the industry. (Esquire, 2016)
Jordan Peele
So many of those properties — it’s a childhood dream to be able to essentially see what you saw in your imagination as a child, watching or reading or whatever you were doing with that stuff. It’s a filmmaker’s dream. But you know, I feel like I only have so much time. I have a lot of stories to tell, and it just doesn’t feel right. It just doesn’t feel right. I’m a comic book and graphic novel appreciator, but I can’t call myself a true fan boy. (Rolling Stone, 2019)
Sean Penn
You asked me with a camera on this face and in this time of my life if I would be a superhero? (laughs) Maybe, if there’s a very funny one. (Reuters, 2015)
Brad Pitt
I don’t think so. I think there’s enough. I don’t think I have anything to add. (24 Oras, 2019)
Daniel Radcliffe
If it was good enough and something I was interested in. I’m not sure if I’d sign up for something that was another seven or eight films or ten years, but a shorter franchise, yeah. (Business Insider, 2016)
Lynne Ramsay
When I was 15 or 16, I had a boyfriend who was an obsessive fan [of comics]. His apartment was so full of comic-books he made a path through the boxes to get places.... My boyfriend at the time was always on about the psychology of the characters, the ones that he really liked tended to have these strange histories. A lot of them are quite Freudian and strange. I liked Bill Sienkiewicz’s work, and Alan Moore is so special.
The ones I liked were deeply, darkly screwed-up reflections of the world – where you can see how they became what they became and that past was super-psychological.... There’s some amazing things in graphic novels and comic-books, and they taught me a lot about filmmaking as well. Someone said to me that You Were Never Really Here’s like a graphic novel. I think I’ve learned a lot about filmmaking through comic-books, in terms of how to tell a story visually. That had an influence on me. If you’re able to do it without a committee, with a real set approach to it, where you have freedom and people trust you, that would be amazing. (Yahoo, 2018)
Eddie Redmayne
I love the films. You know how in summer, when studios compete for people to see their summer blockbusters, I am their dream. I see all of them. I would never rule out the opportunity to be in one. (The Sun, 2015)
Nicolas Winding Refn
I love Hollywood. I love glamour and glitz. I love camp. I love vanity, I love egos, I indulge in all that, but the bigger kind of approaches or the offers that have come my way or the interest, in the end, I’ve always just felt that I wasn’t the right person in the end for it. Doesn’t mean that it won’t happen. I mean I would love to do one of those comic book movies. (Collider, 2019)
Kelly Reichardt
There’s absolutely no danger of that happening [laughs]. But maybe there’s something for me somewhere in between that and my sort of films. I did really enjoy doing my little wagon crash in Meek’s Cutoff. It was one of the most fun things I ever did, and I suddenly realized, “Oh, this is why people love to smash things up. It’s so much fun!” (Variety, 2016)
Boots Riley
I have a problem with superheroes in general, because, politically, superheroes are cops. Superheroes work with the government to uphold the law. And who do the laws work for? Put it like this: We all love bank robbers, because we know that in the two sides of that equation, the robbers are the ones to root for, not the banks. Only in superhero movies and the news do they try to make us think we’re against the bank robbers. (The New York Times, 2018)
Guy Ritchie
I’m up for it.... I’m a guy that likes to work so I’m gonna work. And I’ll work with whatever I can to make it work. I’m not an absolutist about what a genre is so I’m not a no-man, I’m a yes-man when it comes to making something manifest. (Variety, 2017)
Gina Rodriguez
I would love to be a superhero—that’s all I want to do is play a superhero. (E! Online, 2015)
Saoirse Ronan
If a script came along that was strong, interesting, original, I would take it. A good script is a good script. (Vogue, 2018)
Winona Ryder
No one is banging my door down to be a superhero. I don’t know how good I would be. I have low bone density, so I don’t know if anyone really wants to put me in a cape and chuck me out a window. (Collider, 2016)
Josh Safdie
A studio offered us to do a sequel to this huge comic-book thing. We just said, “No, we don’t wanna do that!” But we are interested in working in the studio system. (The Independent, 2017)
Andrew Scott
Absolutely, I wouldn’t say no. But it very much depends on the character. And what exactly it is that you’re doing. I’ve definitely had conversations about that world before, but as yet, it hasn’t transpired. So for me, it just depends on the acting requirement. The films are definitely really cool. So, I don’t know. We’ll wait and see. (Digital Spy, 2019)
Amanda Seyfried
They’re highly enjoyable. I love being an audience member. I just don’t want to put on the suit. Nope, I’m not into [stunts]. That’s not where I see my career going. (Late Night with Seth Meyers, 2015)
Alexander Skarsgård
If you do it with the right tone, then sure. (The Guardian, 2015)
Steven Soderbergh
Well, look, those movies are bananas. I see some of them and I’m like, “I couldn’t direct 30 seconds of that.” Just because so much of my time would be spent on things I’m ultimately not interested in. You look at my career, and it’s mostly just two people in a room. Two people in a room to me is exciting. If you look at history, it's the way gigantic things happen; it’s the result of two people in a room. I’ve always felt that was the richest tapestry you could come up with. So anything that isn’t about that, I’m immediately kind of like, “Well, why isn’t it two people in a room?” So you’re just spending all this time having conversations with VFX people, instead of with actors about what the scene is. And that’s what I’m interested in. It’s not that I’m a snob. It’s just that I wasn’t into comic books as a kid, and I’m not interested in things that don’t have to do with performance. (W Magazine, 2017)
Aaron Sorkin
I happen to have meetings coming up with both DC and Marvel. I have to go into these meetings and tell them as respectfully as I can that I’ve never read a comic book. It’s not that I don’t like them. It’s just that I’ve never been exposed to one. So, I’m hoping that somewhere in their library is a comic book character that I’m gonna love and I’m gonna wanna go back and start reading from the first issue on. (ComicBook, 2017)
Lakeith Stanfield
I would love to play the Joker. That’d be beautiful. (Jimmy Kimmel Live, 2020)
Kristen Stewart
I think maybe what I’ve learned is that I don’t want to do another [big franchise] ever again [laughs] … No, I mean, sure. Maybe. I never really limit myself. (Konbini, 2019)
Justin Theroux
There are younger guys than me that are better at it than I am. I’ll leave it up to them. (Vulture, 2014)
Jean-Marc Vallée
If the script is great, yeah. But so far, it’s not my cup of tea. (Hollywood Reporter, 2016)
Paul Verhoeven
If I could add some other level to it, but if it's the same as whatever those other people are doing right now, then no. No! I'm not saying it's not possible, but, like, when they wanted to pit Batman against Superman [laughs, hands flailing] My God! (Metro, 2016)
Denis Villeneuve
No, because I’m not from that culture. I’m French-Canadian which means that my culture is European. I was influenced by authors from France and Belgium, and Europeans are graphic novelists. Honestly, I know very little about most of them. (Happy Sad Confused, 2017)
Mark Wahlberg
I’m not leaving my trailer in a cape. (American Film Market, 2016)
Lulu Wang
[Big movies like that are] really made by committee. And that’s one of the reasons I don’t want to do it right now. Because I haven’t figured out my voice yet as a filmmaker. (Hollywood Reporter, 2019)
Denzel Washington
I haven’t been approached. You know, we’ll see what happens. (Joe.ie, 2018)
Ben Wheatley
They usually take people after two films, and [Free Fire was] film six. So you can safely say they’ll not come fucking knocking on my door. (Q&A, 2017)
Olivia Wilde
Totally, yeah. Absolutely. (MTV, 2019)
Evan Rachel Wood
I would love to be a superhero or something. (Cinephiled, 2014)
Steven Yeun
I’d like to do anything, if it comes my way and moves me I’m into it. (South China Morning Post, 2020)
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  230. Applied Sport Psychology: Personal Growth to Peak Performance, 7th Edition: Jean M. Williams & Vikki Krane
  231. Infants and Children: Prenatal through Middle Childhood (8th Edition): Laura E. Berk & Adena B. Meyers
  232. How to Write and Present Technical Information, 4th Edition:Charles H. Sides
  233. How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing, 1st Edition:Paul J. Silvia
  234. Sound Systems: Design and Optimization,3rd Edition:Bob McCarthy
  235. Dental Instruments: A Pocket Guide, 4th Edition:Linda R. Bartolomucci Boyd
  236. Electricity for the Entertainment Electrician & Technician,2nd Edition:Richard Cadena
  237. Applied Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist,7th Edition:Haveles, Elena Bablenis
  238. Foundations of Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist,4th Edition: Jill S. Gehrig & Donald E. Willmann
  239. Sound System Engineering, 4th Edition: Davis, Don & Patronis, Eugene & Brown, Pat
  240. Master Handbook of Acoustics, 6th Edition: F. Alton Everest & Ken C Pohlmann
  241. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals (3rd Edition): Joel R. Hass & Maurice D. Weir & George B. Thomas
  242. Design Concepts for Engineers,5th Edition:Mark N. Horenstein
  243. Passing the PRINCE2 Exams For Dummies:Nick Graham
  244. ITIL For Dummies,1st Edition:Peter Farenden
  245. 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People , 1st Edition:Susan Weinschenk
  246. The Design of Everyday Things: Revised and Expanded Edition:Don Norman
  247. Introduction to Derivatives and Risk Management,10th Edition:Don M. Chance
  248. Japanese from Zero! 2:George Trombley & Yukari Takenaka
  249. Management of Information Security,5th Edition:Michael E. Whitman
  250. Strategic Management and Business Policy,14th Edition: Thomas L. Wheelen & J. David Hunger &, Alan N. Hoffman & Chuck Bamford
  251. Why We Work (TED Books): Barry Schwartz
  252. Readings about the Social Animal,11th Edition: Aronson, Joshua & Elliot Aronson
  253. Statistics for Business and Economics,13th Edition: James T. McClave & P. George Benson
  254. Organizational Behavior,10th Edition: Robert Kreitner & Angelo Kinicki
  255. Business & Society: Ethics, Sustainability & Stakeholder Management,10th Edition: Archie B. Carroll & Jill Brown & Ann K. Buchholtz
  256. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, Applications, Seventh Canadian Edition: Nancy Langton & Stephen P. Robbins & Timothy A. Judge
  257. Japanese from Zero! 1,6th Edition: George Trombley & Yukari Takenaka
  258. Survey of ECON,3rd Edition:Robert L. Sexton
  259. Creating Country Music: Fabricating Authenticity,1st Edition:Richard A. Peterson
  260. Experimental Organic Chemistry: A Miniscale & Microscale Approach,6th Edition;John C. Gilbert
  261. Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth,13th Edition: Jeffrey S. Nevid & Spencer A. Rathus
  262. Strategic Management: Concepts: Competitiveness and Globalization,12th Edition:Michael A. Hitt
  263. Essentials of International Relations,7th Edition:Karen A. Mingst & Ivan M. Arreguín-Toft
  264. The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution Enlarged Edition:Bernard Bailyn
  265. Revolutionary Characters: What Made the Founders Different:Gordon S. Wood
  266. Struggle for Democracy, The, 2014 Elections and Updates Edition (11th Edition): Edward S. Greenberg & Benjamin I. Page
  267. Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment, Comprehensive Volume,23th Edition: David P. Twomey & ‎Marianne M. Jennings & ‎Stephanie Greene
  268. College Algebra and Trigonometry,6th Edition:Margaret L. Lial & John Hornsby
  269. Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen: Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Home Cooking:Julie Ann Sageer & Leah Bhabha
  270. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, Sixth Edition:Benjamin A. Pierce
  271. Abnormal Psychology and Life: A Dimensional Approach,2nd Edition: Christopher A. Kearney & Timothy J. Trull;
  272. Foundations of Economics: A Christian View:Shawn Ritenour
  273. Eleventh Hour CISSP®,3rd Edition: Eric Conrad & Seth Misenar & Joshua Feldman
  274. Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies (Aspen Student Treatise), 5th Edition:Erwin Chemerinsky
  275. Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum,13th Edition:Laurence M. Behrens & Leonard J. Rosen
  276. Sociology,14th Edition:John J. Macionis
  277. Why Civil Resistance Works:Erica Chenoweth & Maria Stephan
  278. Primate Behavioral Ecology, 5th Edition:Karen B. Strier
  279. Western Attitudes toward Death: Professor Philippe Ariès
  280. Beginning Behavioral Research: A Conceptual Primer (7th Edition): Ralph L. Rosnow & Robert Rosenthal
  281. PostgreSQL: Up and Running,2nd Edition:Regina O. Obe
  282. Muscles: Testing and Function, with Posture and Pain,5th Edition: Kendall, Florence Peterson & McCreary, Elizabeth Kendall,
  283. Secrets: On the Ethics of Concealment and Revelation:Sissela Bok
  284. Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies,12th Edition:Charles R. Goeldner & J. R. Brent Ritchie
  285. The Video Game Debate,1st Edition: Rachel Kowert & Thorsten Quandt
  286. Nutrition Assessment: Clinical and Research Applications, 1st Edition: Nancy Munoz &, Melissa Bernstein
  287. Handbook of Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 1st Edition: Jerry M. Suls & Karina W. Davidson & Robert M. Kaplan
  288. The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View,3rd Edition:Laura A. King
  289. The Rehabilitation Specialist's Handbook; 4th Edition:Serge H. Roy & Steven L. Wolf & David A. Scalzitti
  290. The Reluctant Fundamentalist:Mohsin Hamid
  291. Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness,: Maggie Callanan & Patricia Kelley
  292. The Purposeful Argument: A Practical Guide,2nd Edition:Harry Phillips & Patricia Bostian
  293. Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences,4th Edition:Brigitte Baldi & David S. Moore
  294. The Practice of Public Relations , 13th Edition:Fraser P. Seitel
  295. Functional Anatomy for Physical Therapists,1st Edition:Jutta Hochschild
  296. The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham:Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks
  297. The Grief Recovery Handbook, 20th Anniversary Expanded Edition:John W. James & Russell Friedman
  298. The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles:Padraic Colum
  299. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 6th Canadian Edition,:Frederic S. Mishkin
  300. Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team,:Prendergast, Heather
  301. The Psychology Major's Companion,: Dana S. Dunn & Jane S. Halonen
  302. The European Culture Area,6th Edition:Alexander B. Murphy & Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov
  303. Perspectives on International Relations: Power, Institutions, and Ideas,5th Edition:Henry R. Nau
  304. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Volume I,3rd Edition:Strayer, Robert W.
  305. Pierson and Fairchild's Principles & Techniques of Patient Care, 6th Edition: Sheryl L. Fairchild & Roberta Kuchler O'Shea & Robin Washington
  306. Modern Management,14th Edition: Samuel C. Certo & S. Trevis Certo
  307. Microeconomics (The Pearson Series in Economics), 5th Edition:R. Glenn Hubbard & Anthony P. O'Brien
  308. Managers and the Legal Environment: Strategies for Business,9th Edition:Constance E. Bagley
  309. The American Promise, Value Edition, Volume 2: A History of the United States,7th Edition:James L. Roark & Michael P. Johnson & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann
  310. Technical Communication, MLA Update , 14th Edition:John M. Lannon & Laura J. Gurak
  311. Survey of Economics , 9th Edition:Irvin B. Tucker
  312. Learning to Program with Alice,3rd Edition:Wanda P. Dann
  313. Strategic Management: Text and Cases,9th Edition:Gregory Dess
  314. Gerontological Nursing Competencies for Care,4th Edition:Kristen L. Mauk
  315. Secrets of Analytical Leaders:Wayne Eckerson
  316. The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business: Timothy Fort & Stephen Presse
  317. Mathematics for the Trades , 8th Edition:Robert A. Carman & Hal M. Saunders
  318. Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership,6th Edition:Lee G. Bolman & Terrence E. Deal
  319. An Introduction to Veterinary Medical Ethics: Theory and Cases,2nd Edition:Bernard E. Rollin
  320. A First Course in Probability (International ed of 9th revised ed) ,9th Edition:Sheldon Ross
  321. Argumentation and Critical Decision Making,8th Edition:Richard D. Rieke
  322. Reason and Responsibility: Readings in Some Basic Problems of Philosophy,16th Edition:Joel Feinberg
  323. BRS Physiology,7th Edition:Linda S. Costanzo
  324. Financial Accounting, 6th Canadian Edition:Walter T. Harrison Jr. & Charles T. Horngren & C. William Thomas
  325. Construction Accounting & Financial Management,3rd Edition:Steven J. Peterson
  326. Experiences in Movement and Music,5th Edition:Rae Pica
  327. Essentials of Physical Geology,5th Edition:Reed Wicander
  328. The West: Encounters and Transformations, Volume 1 (5th Edition):Brian Levack and Edward Muir
  329. The Ultimate Job Hunter's Guidebook,7th Edition:Susan Greene
  330. The American Promise, Value Edition, Combined Volume: A History of the United States,7th Edition:James L. Roark & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann & Martin P. Johnson
  331. Biological Psychology, 11th Edition:James W. Kalat
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  1. Writing Analytically,8th Edition:David Rosenwasser
  2. Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe, 7th Edition:Eric Chaisson & Steve McMillan
  3. Rock and Roll: Its History and Stylistic Development,7th Edition:Joe Stuessy& Scott D. Lipscomb
  4. Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change,4th Edition:Donald L. Anderson
  5. Calculus, 7th Edition:James Stewart
  6. Understanding Psychology, 13th Edition:Robert S Feldman
  7. Java How To Program (Early Objects),10th Edition:Paul J. Deitel & Harvey Deitel;
  8. Western Civilizations - Their History & Their Culture (18th Ed)(Combined Volume)(gnv64): Joshua Cole & Carol Symes
  9. Customer Relationship Management: Concept, Strategy, and Tools, 2nd Edition: V. Kumar & Werner Reinartz
  10. Mastering the Reading Section for the TOEFL iBT:Kathy Spratt
  11. Workbook for HegneAcello/Caldwell's Nursing Assistant: A Nursing Process Approach, 11th Edition:Barbara Acello
  12. Essentials of Strategic Management: The Quest for Competitive Advantage,6th Edition:John Gamble
  13. Nurse Operating Room (CNOR): Specialty Review and Self-Assessment: Danna Flowers & Tammy Toney-Butler
  14. CNOR Exam Practice Questions,1st Edition:CNOR Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  15. Essential Calculus, 2nd Edition:James Stewart
  16. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition:Mehdi Khosrow-Pou
  17. Criminal Procedure,3rd Edition:Matthew Lippman
  18. Awakening: An Introduction to the History of Eastern Thought, 5th Edition:Patrick S. Bresnan
  19. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive (MindTap Course List) 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Joy L. Starks & Eric Schmieder
  20. Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future ,1st Edition:Edmond Mathez & Jason Smerdon
  21. Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs,2nd Edition:Muriel J. Harris
  22. Rules for Writers with 2016 MLA Update,8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  23. Business and Administrative Communication, 11th Edition:Kitty O. Locker & Donna S. Kienzler
  24. Communicating in Small Groups: Principles and Practices ,11th Edition:Steven A. Beebe & John T. Masterson
  25. MCSA Guide to Configuring Advanced Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2 Services, Exam 70-412,1st Edition:Greg Tomsho
  26. Essentials of Family Therapy, The,6th Edition:Michael P. Nichols
  27. Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice, and Research,5th Edition:Joanna Rowe Kaakinen & Deborah Padgett Coehlo
  28. Evidence-Based Nursing,4th Edition:Sarah Jo Brown
  29. Developmental Biology,11th Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & Michael J. F. Barresi
  30. Understanding Wine Chemistry,1st Edition: Andrew L. Waterhouse & Gavin L. Sacks & David W. Jeffery
  31. Big C++: Late Objects,3rd Edition:Cay S. Horstmann
  32. Basic College Mathematics,8th Edition:John Tobey Jr.
  33. African-American Odyssey, The, Combined Volume,7th Edition:Darlene Clark Hine
  34. Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics,7th Edition: Fawwaz T. Ulaby & Umberto Ravaioli
  35. The 10-Minute Clinical Assessment,2nd Edition:Knut Schroeder
  36. Introductory Chemistry,6th Edition:Nivaldo J. Tro
  37. UpDating! : How to Get a Man or Woman Who Once Seemed Out of Your League:Leil Lowndes
  38. How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You,1st Edition:Leil Lowndes
  39. CSET Chemistry Exam Secrets Study Guide:CSET Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  40. CSET Science Exam Secrets Study Guide,1st Edition:CSET Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  41. The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries:Dr. Dan Engle
  42. Introduction to Meta-Analysis (Statistics in Practice): Michael Borenstein & Larry V. Hedges & Julian P. T. Higgins & Hannah R. Rothstein
  43. Cities and Urban Life (6th Edition): John J. Macionis & Vincent N. Parrillo
  44. International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace,11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill Dr & G. Tomas M. Hult
  45. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional,3rd Edition: Regula H. Robnett & Walter C. Chop
  46. Excellence Through Equity:Alan M. Blankstein
  47. Fundamentals of Information Systems,8th Edition: Ralph Stair & George Reynolds
  48. The Fine Line: Making Distinctions in Everyday Life:Eviatar Zerubavel
  49. Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts,5th Edition:Andrew Burr
  50. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 5th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso
  51. Federal Income Tax: Code and Regulations--Selected Sections (2017-2018):Martin B. Dickinson
  52. Management Now, 2nd Edition:Andrew W. Ghillyer
  53. CURRENT Diagnosis and Treatment Pediatrics,22th Edition.: William Hay & Myron Levin & Robin Deterding & Mark Abzug
  54. Psychology,8th Edition: Douglas A. Bernstein & Louis A. Penner & Alison Clarke-Stewart & Edward Roy
  55. Biological Psychology,12th Edition:James W. Kalat
  56. Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences,5th Edition:Frederick J Gravetter
  57. Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care,7th Edition: Margaret M. Andrews & Joyceen S. Boyle
  58. Young China Hand: Matt Huang & Grace Hsu
  59. City of Gangs: Glasgow and the Rise of the British Gangster:Andrew Davies
  60. Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach,5th Edition: Leslie A. Miller & Robert L. Lovler
  61. Psychology in Modules,11th Edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
  62. Youth Street Gangs,1st Edition:David C. Brotherton
  63. Microsoft Visual Basic 2015: RELOADED,6th Edition:Diane Zak
  64. Consumer Behaviour: Buying, Having, and Being, Seventh Canadian Edition (7th Edition):Michael R. Solomon
  65. Essentials of Life-Span Development, 3rd edition:John Santrock
  66. Family Conflict: Managing the Unexpected,1st Edition: Heather Canary & Daniel Canary
  67. Excellence in Business Communication,12th Edition:John V. Thill & Courtland L. Bovee
  68. Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting (9th Edition):Jerry J. Bigner & Clara Gerhardt
  69. Health Psychology: Biopsychosocial Interactions,9th Edition: Edward P. Sarafino & Timothy W. Smith
  70. Macroeconomics: 5th Canadian Edition - Study Guide and Workbook:N. Gregory Mankiw & William Scarth
  71. Exploring Strategy: Text and Cases (11th Edition):Gerry Johnson & Richard Whittington & Patrick Regnér & Kevan Scholes & Duncan Angwin
  72. Nursing Theorists and Their Work,8th Edition: Martha Alligood
  73. Republican Like Me:Ken Stern
  74. Linguistics: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition:P. H. Matthews
  75. Pharmacology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series),5th Edition:Richard A. Harvey & Michelle A Clark & Richard Finkel & Jose A. Rey & Karen Whalen
  76. Real Essays Interactive: A Brief Guide to Writing Essays, Updated Edition:Susan Anker
  77. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study,10th Edition:Paula S. Rothenberg
  78. IT Strategy: Issues and Practices (3rd Edition): James D. McKeen & Heather A. Smith
  79. Windows Server 2016: Server Infrastructure (IT Pro Solutions):William Stanek
  80. Human Development: A Cultural Approach, 1st Edition:Jeffrey J. Arnett
  81. Diversity in Families,10th Edition:Maxine Baca Zinn; & D. Stanley Eitzen & Barbara Wells
  82. A Novel Approach to Politics: Introducing Political Science through Books, Movies, and Popular Culture, 4th Edition:Douglas A. Van Belle
  83. Julien's Primer of Drug Action - Claire D. Advokat,13th Edition:Advokat, Claire D.& Comaty, Joseph E. & Julien, Robert M.
  84. Roots Too: White Ethnic Revival in Post-Civil Rights America:Matthew Frye Jacobson
  85. Becoming Mexican American: Ethnicity, Culture and Identity in Chicano Los Angeles,:George J. Sanchez
  86. Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing, 9th Edition: Carol J. Huston & Bessie L. Marquis
  87. Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America: Erika Lee & Judy Yung
  88. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life,11th Edition:David M. Newman
  89. The Business Writer's Companion,8th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw
  90. Action Research: A Guide for the Teacher Researcher,6th Edition:Geoffrey E. Mills
  91. Electronic Media: Then, Now, and Later,3rd Edition: Norman J. Medoff & Barbara Kaye
  92. Federal Income Taxation, 13th (Concepts and Insights Series): Marvin Chirelstein and Lawrence Zelenak
  93. American Education,18th Edition:Joel Spring
  94. Elementary Linear Algebra,8th Edition:Ron Larson
  95. Speak Up!: An Illustrated Guide to Public Speaking,3rd Edition: Fraleigh, Douglas M. & Tuman, Joseph S.
  96. Introduction to Logic Design,3rd Edition:Marcovitz, Alan B;
  97. How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines:Thomas C Foster
  98. Textiles: Basics (Fashion Series), 1st Edition:Sara J. Kadolph
  99. Conservation Biology: Foundations, Concepts, Applications,2nd Edition:Fred Van Dyke
  100. Human Resource Management,15th Edition;Gary Dessler
  101. Working with Words,9th Edition: Brian S. Brooks & James L. Pinson
  102. The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication,5th Edition; Robert Trager & Susan Dente Ross
  103. Practical Argument: Short 3rd Edition; Laurie G. Kirszner & Stephen R. Mandell
  104. Prelude to Programming,6th Edition; Stewart Venit & Elizabeth Drake;
  105. Philosophy: A Historical Survey with Essential Readings,9th Edition: Samuel Enoch Stumpf & James Fieser
  106. The Koreas,2nd Edition:Charles K. Armstrong
  107. Cengage Advantage Books: The American Past, Volume I: To 1877, 9th Edition:Joseph R. Conlin
  108. Human Motor Control,2nd Edition:David A. Rosenbaum
  109. Criminal Procedure (Justice Series),3rd Edition:John L. Worrall
  110. Understanding Nutrition,15th Edition:Eleanor Noss Whitney
  111. The Social Organization of Work,5th Edition:Randy Hodson
  112. Il tempo degli stregoni. 1919-1929:Wolfram Eilenberger
  113. Depressione: Quando non è solo tristezza,Italian Edition:C. Di Agostino and M. Fabi
  114. On Epistemology,1st Edition;Linda Zagzebski
  115. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings,11th Edition; Robert C. Solomon & K athleen M. Higgins
  116. Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices,7th Edition:Michael H. Granof; Saleha B. Khumawala; Thad D. Calabrese; Daniel L. Smith
  117. Leadership and Nursing Care Management, 6th Edition:Diane Huber
  118. Classroom Assessment,1st Edition:Dr Craig A Mertler
  119. Ritratto di uno stalker (Omero), Italian Edition:Cinzia Piccoli
  120. Project Management Case Studies,5th Edition:Harold Kerzner
  121. The Politics of Canadian Foreign Policy, 4th Edition,:Kim Richard Nossal & Stéphane Roussel & Stéphane Paquin
  122. Health and Wellness for Life With Online Study Guide (Health on Demand) 1st Edition:Human Kinetics
  123. HOW 13: A Handbook for Office Professionals,13th Edition: James L. Clark & Lyn R. Clark
  124. Discovering the Internet: Complete,5th Edition:Jennifer Campbell
  125. An Introduction to Community & Public Health,9th Edition: James F. McKenzie & Robert R. Pinger & Denise Seabert
  126. The Brief American Pageant: A History of the Republic, Volume I: To 1877,9th Edition: David M. Kennedy & Lizabeth Cohen
  127. Technical Drawing with Engineering Graphics,15th Edition: Frederick E Giesecke & Alva Mitchell & Henry C Spencer
  128. Solid Waste Engineering: A Global Perspective,3rd Edition: William A. Worrell & P. Aarne Vesilind
  129. Strategic Marketing, 10th Edition:David Cravens & Nigel Piercy
  130. South-Western Federal Taxation 2018: Individual Income Taxes,41th Edition: William H. Hoffman & James C. Young
  131. Human Resource Management,14th Edition: Robert L. Mathis & John H. Jackson
  132. Working in Groups (6th Edition): Isa N. Engleberg & Dianna R. Wynn
  133. Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies, 7th Edition: Isa N. Engleberg & Dianna R. Wynn
  134. Media & Culture: Mass Communication in a Digital Age,10th Edition: Richard Campbell & Christopher R. Martin & Bettina Fabos
  135. Government Policy Towards Business,5th Edition:James A. Brander
  136. The Norton Anthology of English Literature,Vol. 1, 9th Edition:Stephen Greenblatt
  137. Violence and Maltreatment in Intimate Relationships,1st Edition: Cindy L. Miller-Perrin & Robin D. Perrin & Claire M. Renzetti
  138. Introduction to Linear Algebra (5th International Edition):Lee W. Johnson
  139. The New Leadership Challenge, 5th Edition: Sheila C. Grossman & Theresa M. Valiga
  140. The Call to Write, Brief,6th Edition:John Trimbur
  141. Human Nature and the Evolution of Society,1st Edition:Stephen K. Sanderson
  142. Public Administration: An Action Orientation,7th Edition: Robert B. Denhardt & Janet V. Denhardt & Tara A. Blanc
  143. Phlebotomy: A Competency Based Approach,4th Edition: Lillian Mundt & Kathryn Booth
  144. The Legal Environment of Business: Text and Cases,10th Edition:Frank B. Cross
  145. Charlotte Huck's Children's Literature: A Brief Guide,2nd Edition: Kiefer, Barbara & Tyson, Cynthia
  146. Clinical Assessment Workbook: Balancing Strengths and Differential Diagnosis,2nd Edition:Elizabeth Pomeroy
  147. Korea's Online Gaming Empire:Dal Yong Jin
  148. Sensation and Perception, 1st Edition:Steven Yantis
  149. Elementary Statistics in Social Research,12th Edition: James Alan Fox & Jack A. Levin & David R. Forde
  150. Procedures in the Justice System (11th Edition): Cliff Roberson & Harvey Wallace
  151. MLA Handbook, 8th Edition,:The Modern Language Association of America
  152. El bilingüismo en el mundo hispanohablante,1st Edition:Silvina Montrul
  153. The Norton Anthology of English Literature ,Vol. 2,9th Edition:M. H. Abrams & Stephen Greenblatt
  154. The World of Psychology, Eighth Canadian Edition,8th Edition: Samuel E. Wood & Ellen Green Wood & Denise Boyd
  155. Toward a Moral Horizon,2nd Edition: Janet L. Storch & Patricia Rodney & Rosalie Starzomski
  156. Dynamics of Mass Communication: Media in Transition,12th Edition: Joseph Dominick
  157. Empowerment Series: Essential Research Methods for Social Work,4th Edition: Allen Rubin & Earl R. Babbie
  158. Principles of Microeconomics (Second Edition): Lee Coppock & Dirk Mateer
  159. Seeking Food Rights: Nation, Inequality and Repression in Uzbekistan,1st Edition: Nancy R. Rosenberger
  160. Organizational Behavior: Human Behavior at Work,14th Edition:John Newstrom
  161. Business Communication Today,14th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill;
  162. Canadian Social Policy: A New Introduction,5th Edition: John R Graham & Micheal L. Shier& Roger Delaney
  163. Program Evaluation for Social Workers,7th Edition Richard M. Grinnell & Peter A. Gabor & Yvonne A. Unrau
  164. Design of Buildings for Wind,2nd Edition:Emil Simiu
  165. Macroeconomics (2nd Edition): Daron Acemoglu and David Laibson
  166. The Architecture of Computer Hardware and System Software: An Information Technology Approach,5th Edition:Irv Englander
  167. The Fundamentals of Ethics,3rd Edition: Russ Shafer-Landau
  168. How Children Develop,5th Edition : Robert S. Siegler & Jenny Saffran & Nancy Eisenberg & Judy S. DeLoache
  169. Buildings across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture,4th Edition: Fazio, Michael & Moffett, Marian & Wodehouse, Lawrence
  170. Comparative Employment Relations in the Global Economy,1st Edition:Carola Frege
  171. Intermediate Algebra,7th Edition:Elayn Martin-Gay
  172. American Government and Politics Today: Essentials 2017-2018 Edition:Barbara A. Bardes
  173. Entrepreneurship, Canadian Edition,1st Edition: William D. Bygrave & Andrew Zacharakis & Sean Wise
  174. Digital Media Law,2nd Edition:Ashley Packard
  175. Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology,4th Edition: Connie Allen & Valerie Harper
  176. The Religion Toolkit: A Complete Guide to Religious Studies,1st Edition: John Morreall & Tamara Sonn
  177. Microeconomics,4th Edition: Paul Krugman & Robin Wells
  178. Digital Media Ethics, 2nd Edition:Charles Ess
  179. Investigating Terrorism: Current Political, Legal and Psychological Issues,1st Edition:John Pearse
  180. The Psychology of Terrorism 2nd Edition:John G. Horgan
  181. Religions of the World (13th Edition): Lewis M. Hopfe & Mark R. Woodward & Brett Hendrickson
  182. Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities (7th Edition): Michael Sullivan & Michael Sullivan III
  183. Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors (7th Edition): Frank M. Carrano & Timothy M. Henry
  184. Business Communication Essentials,Global 7th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill
  185. China's Innovation Challenge: Overcoming the Middle-Income Trap: Arie Y. Lewin & Martin Kenney
  186. Politics in China: An Introduction, 2nd Edition:William A. Joseph
  187. Interpersonal Conflict,10th Edition:William Wilmot
  188. Data Structures and Algorithms Using Java, 1st Edition:William McAllister
  189. Word Power Made Easy:Norman Lewis
  190. The Journey of Adulthood (8th Edition):Barbara R. Bjorklund
  191. Statistics for The Behavioral and Social Sciences,5th Edition: Arthur Aron & Elliot J. Coups & Elaine N. Aron
  192. Alan Turing: The Enigma: The Book That Inspired the Film The Imitation Game: Andrew Hodges
  193. Personality: Classic Theories and Modern Research,6th Edition: Howard S. Friedman & Miriam W. Schustack
  194. Age of Opportunity: Laurence Steinberg
  195. Introduction to Econometrics, Update (3rd Edition): James H. Stock & Mark W. Watson
  196. Policy Analysis: Concepts and Practice, 6th Edition: David L. Weimer & Aidan R. Vining
  197. International Trade, Fourth Edition: Robert C. Feenstra & Alan M. Taylor
  198. Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics 11th Edition: Ferdinand P. Beer & E. Russell Johnston Jr. & David Mazurek
  199. Brief Principles of Macroeconomics,8th Edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  200. Mass Media and American Politics,9th Edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna Dunaway
  201. Auditing & Assurance Services , 7th Edition: Timothy J Louwers & Allen Blay & David Sinason & Jerry R Strawser & Jay C. Thibodeau
  202. Concepts in Federal Taxation 2018,25th Edition:Kevin E. Murphy
  203. Developmental Psychology: The Growth of Mind and Behavior:Frank Keil
  204. Medical Terminology Quick & Concise: A Programmed Learning Approach,1st Edition: Marjorie Canfield Willis
  205. Organizational Behaviour: Understanding and Managing Life at Work,10th Edition: Gary Johns & Alan M. Saks
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2019.12.12 19:25 shivamsinghya Kristen Stewart opens up about dating Robert Pattinson & cheating scandal

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2019.11.20 18:59 shivamsinghya Kristen Stewart opens up about dating Robert Pattinson

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2019.11.06 09:34 newsfeedmedia Kristen Stewart addresses that Rupert Sanders affair when dating Robert Pattinson: ‘I did not f*** him’

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2019.11.06 09:34 newsfeedmedia Kristen Stewart addresses that Rupert Sanders affair when dating Robert Pattinson: ‘I did not f*** him’

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2019.08.26 07:35 newsfeedmedia Kristen Stewart goes for grunge-chic during Malibu lunch date with pal Emma Roberts

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2019.08.08 04:42 turcois A comprehensive list of all the former Fox projects that Disney scrapped today (featuring Ben Affleck, Matt Reeves, and lots of unwanted sequels)

In case you missed this post, Disney is scrapping everything in development at Fox. That included several hundred projects, so I decided to make a list of the ones that were noteworthy. A TL;DR is at the bottom for an even conciser version of this already concise version.
Since I don't have the time (or will) to list details on every single one of the 276 projects listed as "in development," and since nobody here cares about 80-90% of them since it's either unknown/original IP, or is being made by someone new to the industry, I screenshotted everything, and it can be found here. Note for those unaware, in development usually doesn't mean they're actively working on making the movie right now. That's only true of films listed as "Pre-Production" which means the film has been greenlit and they're working on hiring cast and crew, refining the script and budget, scouting locations, storyboarding, developing the sets, etc, and will begin shooting within a year, usually a few months. Most projects don't get this far but they always start as "In Development" at some point. "Pre-production" movies are less likely to be scrapped since money has already been committed to doing those things. But it's still possible. The only films listed as this are:
I'll also list the movies that are currently in production, which either means they're in the middle of filming, or are in post-production (editing, composing score, special effects). Maybe you knew about them but were unaware of their development state, so here they are. None of these are being cancelled, they're safe, and their planned US release dates are listed.
Again, the list of 276 undergoing projects are here, but since not all of them will be wide-releases or from people you know about, and since I don't have all day, these are only the highlights. Because of how early stages they are, almost none have attached stars yet. Other unlisted talent is either because someone isn't yet attached or the person who is attached doesn't have any notable credits.
And in addition to all of those, there are some movies that list some noteworthy people as producers but have no writers or directors yet, but I figured they're worthy including since sometimes the producer of a project decides to direct too (like with A Quiet Place), so there's some potential for missed opportunities from major talent. Such projects include films coming from: * Ridley Scott (5) * Shawn Levy (10) * Paul Feig (5) * Matt Reeves (3) * Jonah Hill (1) * Peter Farrelly (1) * Russo Bros (1)
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TL;DR
Movies scrapped include Magic: The Gathering, a Sims movie, a McDonald's Monopoly true-story crime-thriller from Ben Affleck, a Chronicle sequel and Sandlot prequel, Pink Panther and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen reboots, a Flash Gordon reboot from Taika Waititi, two movies starring Sacha Baron Cohen and Jim Carrey, two projects by Matt Reeves, two by Drew Goddard, and ones Tim Miller, David Ayer, Jason Segel, and Cary Fukunaga, all sprinkled in between with a shitload of Shawn Levy and Paul Feig stuff
Bob's Burgers: The Movie is up in the air
Avatar is safe
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2019.05.13 13:50 elisuret Happy 33rd Birthday, Robert Pattinson: His Dating History From Kristen Stewart To Suki Waterhouse

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2019.02.18 08:30 lacourseauxetoiles Here's my next round of early 2019 Oscar nomination predictions!

Best Picture
  1. Waves
  2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  3. The Irishman
  4. Queen and Slim
  5. Jojo Rabbit
  6. Fair and Balanced
  7. The Last Thing He Wanted
  8. Little Women
  9. The Goldfinch
Alternates: Against All Enemies, The Report, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Us, Harriet, Dry Run, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, The Pope, Rocketman, Lucy in the Sky, Yesterday, Cats, Just Mercy, The Farewell, The Personal History of David Copperfield), The Woman in the Window, Ford v. Ferrari
Reasons for changes: I'm losing some faith in Little Women, so it fell 2 places. It just feels like it might be perceived as an unnecessary remake (though A Star Is Born wasn't).
Best Director
  1. Trey Shults (Waves)
  2. Quentin Tarantino (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)
  3. Martin Scorsese (The Irishman)
  4. Melina Matsoukas (Queen & Slim)
  5. Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit)
Alternates: John Crowley (The Goldfinch), Greta Gerwig (Little Women), Jay Roach (Fair and Balanced), Dee Rees (The Last Thing He Wanted), Kasi Lemmons (Harriet), Todd Haynes (Dry Run), Marielle Heller (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood), Benedict Andrews (Against All Enemies), Noah Hawley (Lucy in the Sky), Scott Z. Burns (The Report), Joe Talbot (The Last Black Man in San Francisco), Jordan Peele (Us), Dexter Fletcher (Rocketman), Danny Boyle (Yesterday), Fernando Meirelles (The Pope), Lulu Wang (The Farewell), Tom Hooper (Cats), Armando Iannucci (The Personal History of David Copperfield), (James Mangold (Ford v. Ferrari), Dustin O'Halloran (Just Mercy)
Best Actor
  1. Daniel Kaluuya (Queen & Slim)
  2. Leonardo DiCaprio (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)
  3. Robert De Niro (The Irishman)
  4. Lucas Hedges (Waves)
  5. Adam Driver (The Report)
Alternates: Adam Sandler (Uncut Gems), Ansel Elgort (The Goldfinch), Mark Ruffalo (Dry Run), Matthew Rhys (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood), Jonathan Pryce (The Pope), Jack O'Connell (Against All Enemies), Taron Egerton (Rocketman), Michael B. Jordan (Just Mercy), Dev Patel (The Personal History of David Copperfield), Himesh Patel (Yesterday), Christian Bale (Ford v. Ferrari), Matt Damon (Ford v. Ferrari)
Reasons for changes: Adam Driver received raves in The Report, and it feels like that might be enough to get him in over Adam Sandler, who might get some attention from critics but who likely won't sweep (some critics will want to reward Driver and Kaluuya probably can get some attention as well).
Best Actress
  1. Charlize Theron (Fair and Balanced)
  2. Saoirse Ronan (Little Women)
  3. Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen & Slim)
  4. Anne Hathaway (The Last Thing He Wanted)
  5. Kristen Stewart (Against All Enemies)
Alternates: Cynthia Erivo (Harriet), Lupita Nyong'o (Us), Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit), Natalie Portman (Lucy in the Sky), Awkwafina (The Farewell), Amy Adams (The Woman in the Window)
Reasons for changes: Amy Adams's movie is going through a plagarism scandal and Kristen Stewart's was bought by Amazon (and she has a very baity role).
Best Supporting Actor
  1. Al Pacino (The Irishman)
  2. John Lithgow (Fair and Balanced)
  3. Willem Dafoe (The Last Thing He Wanted)
  4. Sterling K. Brown (Waves)
  5. Brad Pitt (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)
Alternates: Jeffrey Wright (The Goldfinch), Sam Rockwell (Jojo Rabbit), Anthony Mackie (Against All Enemies), Jack O'Connell (Against All Enemies), Leslie Odom Jr. (Harriet), Al Pacino (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Joe Pesci (The Irishman), Tom Hanks (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood), Anthony Hopkins (The Pope), Richard Madden (Rocketman), Jamie Bell (Rocketman), Taikia Waititi (Jojo Rabbit), Jonathan Majors (The Last Black Man in San Francisco), Jon Hamm (Lucy in the Sky), Dan Stevens (Lucy in the Sky), Jamie Foxx (Just Mercy), Jon Hamm (The Report), Matt Damon (Ford v. Ferrari), Christian Bale (Ford v. Ferrari), Gary Oldman (The Woman in the Window), Ian McKellen (Cats)
Best Supporting Actress
  1. Margot Robbie (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)
  2. Laura Dern (Little Women)
  3. Scarlett Johansson (Jojo Rabbit)
  4. Meryl Streep (The Laundromat)
  5. Nicole Kidman (Fair and Balanced)
Alternates: Annette Bening (The Report), Elisabeth Moss (Us), Anne Hathaway (Dry Run), Taylor Russell (Waves), Alexa Demie (Waves), Nicole Kidman (The Goldfinch), Meryl Streep (Little Women), Janelle Monae (Harriet), Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit), Jennifer Hudson (Cats), Brie Larson (Just Mercy)
Reasons for changes: Apparently Meryl is supporting in The Laundromat, which makes her easy enough to fit in. I replaced Elisabeth Moss with her, since I think Us might be too much of a typical horror movie to get any nominations. I also have Annette Bening in contention for The Report, but I'm doubtful since she apparently doesn't transform much outside of wearing a wig and her performance hasn't received reviews as strong as Driver's.
Best Original Screenplay
  1. Waves
  2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  3. Queen and Slim
  4. Fair and Balanced
  5. The Report
Alternates: Against All Enemies, Us, Harriet, Uncut Gems, The Pope, Lucy in the Sky, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Rocketman, Yesterday
Reasons for changes: The Report's screenplay received raves at Sundance. While I am still skeptical on its overall chances, it should be able to get in here if the field is as strong as I'm expecting it to be. It replaces Us, which I think might be too much of a typical horror movie to get in here.
Best Adapted Screenplay
  1. Jojo Rabbit
  2. The Irishman
  3. The Last Thing He Wanted
  4. Little Women
  5. The Goldfinch
Alternates: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Dry Run, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Just Mercy, The Farewell, The Woman in the Window
Best Cinematography
  1. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  2. The Goldfinch
  3. The Irishman
  4. Fair and Balanced
  5. Against All Enemies
Alternates: Dry Run, Harriet, Ford v. Ferrari, The Last Thing He Wanted, The Woman in the Window, Lucy in the Sky, Just Mercy, 1917, The Personal History of David Copperfield
Reasons for changes: Against All Enemies was shot by Rachel Morrison and was bought by Amazon, while The Woman in the Window was a borderline nominee that has a plagarism scandal right now.
Best Film Editing
  1. Waves
  2. The Irishman
  3. Queen and Slim
  4. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  5. Fair and Balanced
Alternates: Little Women, The Goldfinch, The Last Thing He Wanted, Jojo Rabbit, Harriet, Dry Run, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Us, Ford v. Ferrari, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, The Pope, Rocketman, Lucy in the Sky, Yesterday, The Report, Just Mercy, The Woman in the Window
Reasons for changes: I corrected one mistake from last time that shouldn't have been there (The Irishman being above Waves). I also swapped Little Women out for Fair and Balanced. I heard that Fair and Balanced is using that Vice/The Big Short style of editing that the Academy loves, and while Little Women should be able to make it in here if it is a top 5 contender (especially since it is telling the first half of the story using flashbacks), it won't if it isn't and I don't think it is.
Best Production Design
  1. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  2. Jojo Rabbit
  3. Little Women
  4. Cats
  5. The Personal History of David Copperfield
Alternates: Downton Abbey, Ford v. Ferrari, The Irishman, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Harriet, Against All Enemies, Rocketman, Yesterday, The Pope
Best Costume Design
  1. Little Women
  2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  3. Jojo Rabbit
  4. Cats
  5. The Personal History of David Copperfield
Alternates: Downton Abbey, Against All Enemies, Harriet, Dumbo, Rocketman, Yesterday, Ford v. Ferrari, The Irishman
Best Sound Mixing
  1. Waves
  2. Star Wars IX
  3. Cats
  4. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  5. The Goldfinch
Alternates: Ford v. Ferrari, Gemini Man, 1917, The Last Thing He Wanted, Queen & Slim, Rocketman, Yesterday, The Lion King, Avengers: Endgame
Best Sound Editing
  1. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  2. Star Wars IX
  3. The Goldfinch
  4. Gemini Man
  5. The Last Thing He Wanted
Alternates: Ford v. Ferrari, 1917, Queen & Slim, Avengers: Endgame
Best Visual Effects
  1. The Irishman
  2. The Lion King
  3. Star Wars IX
  4. Avengers 4
  5. Cats
Alternates: Gemini Man, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Captain Marvel, Missing Link, Spider-Man: Far From Home
Best Animated Film
  1. Toy Story 4
  2. Frozen 2
  3. How to Train Your Dragon 3
  4. Missing Link
  5. Weathering With You
Alternates: Farmageddon: A Shaun the Sheep Movie
Reasons for changes: Miyazaki's next film is apparently not coming out until 2021 or 2022, so that's obviously out. Weathering With You should be able to get in instead because I can't see 4 sequels being nominated when the most that have ever been nominated are 2.
I also should add that Nomadland, Chloe Zhao's next film starring Frances McDormand, will be a major contender for Picture, Director, Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, and Film Editing if it comes out this year. However, it will most likely come out in 2020, adding to that year's ridiculously stacked slate.
Also, Ad Astra's release date will almost certainly change now that it didn't get a trailer alongside Alita. However, I will not predict it for anything until that happens.
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2018.09.29 14:13 Oblique9043 The HUGE Significance of 11/14 or 11/5

After my last post about Regulus and bringing up the Nov 14th date spoken about in the Trackdown - End of the World Episode again, I started doing some more digging. It's important you read that post before you can understand this one. You can find it here.

The name of the asteroid that occulted the star Regulus for 14 seconds on March 20, 2014 was called 163 Erigone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/163_Erigone
163 Erigone is an asteroid from the asteroid belt and the namesake of the Erigone family of asteroids that share similar orbital elements and properties. It was discovered by French astronomer Henri Joseph Perrotin on April 26, 1876, and named after one of the two Erigones in Greek mythology.
Erigone is a relatively large and dark asteroid with an estimated size of 73 km. Based upon its spectrum, it is classified as a C-type asteroid, which indicates that it probably has a carbonaceous composition.
2014 occultation of Regulus
In the early morning hours of March 20, 2014, Erigone occulted the first-magnitude star Regulus as first predicted by A. Vitagliano in 2004. This would have been a rare case of an occultation of a very bright star visible from a highly populated area, since the shadow path moved across New York state and Ontario, including all five boroughs of New York City. Observers in the shadow path would have seen the star wink out for as long as 14 seconds.
However, heavy clouds and rain blocked the view for most if not all people on the shadow path. The website of the International Occultation Timing Association does not list any successful observations at all.
Two single chord Asteroid Occultation events have been observed, in 2013 and 2014

The fact that no one actually witnessed it is REALLY interesting and must play some sort of dynamic to all of this.

The name Erigone seems to refer to 2 different Greek goddesses

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erigone_(daughter_of_Icarius))
Icarius was cordial towards Dionysus, who gave his shepherds wine. They became intoxicated and killed Icarius, thinking he had poisoned them. His daughter, Erigone, and her dog, Maera, found his body. Erigone hanged herself over her father's grave. Dionysus was angry and punished Athens by making all of the city's maidens commit suicide in the same way. Erigone was placed in the stars as the constellation Virgo.
According to Ovid, Dionysus "deceived Erigone with false grapes", that is, assumed the shape of a grape cluster to approach and seduce her.

Dionysus was the god of winemaking. He was responsible for the growth of the vines.

John 15
"I am the true vine and my Father is the gardener. 2 He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful."

Sounds like this one is associated with an Antichrist like Figure pretending to be Jesus since wine represents his blood.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erigone_(daughter_of_Aegisthus))
Erigone would have been slain by Orestes along with her brother Aletes if not for the intervention of Artemis, who rescued her and made her a priestess in Attica. In some stories, she hangs herself after the child is born, though this may be a confusion with Erigone, daughter of Icarius. Also, after Hermione died, she is said to have married Orestes and gave birth to Penthilus. Or it is said she sued Orestes to murder of her parents.

Orestes murdered his own mother then went crazy. Satan/Yahweh have other gods related to them where they are rejected by their mothers or don't have one, which is why they are narcissists who hate women and why we he kicks Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden (Mother Nature) and curses women to be subservient to men (read more about this idea here). Revelation speaks of the Red Dragon trying to kill a newborn baby and the woman who birthed him. She then goes somewhere in the wilderness, where God held a place for her until its time. God in this story apparently, is Artemis or Diana. She's not dead, she's just hiding until Orestes (humanity) attones for what he did. This stuff correlates to so much more, I might have to make another post just about this.

I came across this date (11/14) towards the beginning of my journey and I never went back looking into it because it felt like a dead end besides a couple of VERY key significances. Nov 14th is both the day the "Great Comet" is discovered in 1680 and the day that Einstein presented his Quantum Theory of Light in 1908. Looking at this list now, I see WAY more correlations with this to the point it's getting ridiculous. And it seems this date is a sort of pendulum point in time because we have instances of people winning their freedoms, overtaking governments and rulers being killed and we have instances of enslavement, attacks and new kings getting crowned. I wonder which way Earth is going to go in this timeline. Also important to note 11/14 = 1 + 4 = 5 = 11/5 = 1 + 1 + 5 = 7

"Remember, Remember the 5th of November"

Transitions and Abuses of Power


1380 King Charles VI of France crowned at age 12
1698 Spanish king Carlos appoints grandson prince Jozef Ferdinand as heir
1863 Nathan Bedford Forrest is assigned to command of West Tennessee
1881 Charles J. Guiteau put on trial for the assassination of US President Garfield
1881 Leon Gambetta forms French government
1907 The Third Duma (Parliament) meets in Russia; following Tsar Nicholas II's limiting of the franchise, a conservative majority holds sway and suppresses the radical elements
1908 Liberal candidate Jose Miguel Gomez wins national elections for president in Cuba
1915 Tomáš Masaryk demands independence for Czechoslovakia
1918 Republic of Czechoslovakia created with Tomáš Masaryk as its 1st president
1919 Red Army captures Omsk, Siberia
1920 The Russian Bolshevik army occupies Sebastopol, ending anti-communist attempts to regain the government of Russia
1921 The Communist Party of Spain is founded
1922 German Reichs Chancellor Joseph Wirth's term ends
1935 FDR proclaims Philippine Islands a free commonwealth
1935 Nazis deprive German Jews of their citizenship
1942 Last Vichy-French troops in Algeria surrender
1945 Java: Sutan Sjahrir appointed as forming government
1952 Greek General Alexander Papagos wins elections
1954 Egyptian President Naguib resigns, state of emergency declared
1956 Hungarian revolt put down by Soviet invasion
1957 The Apalachin Meeting outside Binghamton, New York is raided by law enforcement, and many high level Mafia figures are arrested
1965 US government sends 90,000 soldiers to Vietnam
1966 Muhammad Ali TKOs Cleveland Williams in 3 for heavyweight title
1971 Enthronment of Pope Shenouda III as Pope of Alexandria
1980 Guinee-Bissau Premier Vieira fires President Luis Cabral
1984 Zamboanga City mayor Cesar Climaco, a prominent critic of the government of Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, is assassinated in his home city.
2001 War in Afghanistan: Afghan Northern Alliance fighters takeover the capital Kabul
2017 Armed forces drive through streets of Harare, Zimbabwe a day after military says its prepared to step in after removal of vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa

1959 "Girls against the Boys" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 16 performances

This seems to imply we'll be at union with both the masculine and the feminine. But all of these events seem to be polar opposites so who knows. It almost seems like women are going to take over and we're trading places. Like Dumuzid and Inanna. If this is the coming of the True Antichrist, then it won't be good and balance will not be achieved through them.

Disasters and Attacks


1775 -15] Floods ravage Dutch coast provinces
1927 World's largest gas tank in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, explodes; 28 die
1938 Dutch DC3 crashes at Schiphol, 6 die
1939 Oil refinery fire kills 500 & destroys Lagunillas, Venezuela
1940 During WW II, German planes destroy most of Coventry, England
1941 British aircraft carrier Ark Royal sank in Mediterranean, having been torpedoed by a German submarine the day before
1941 Governr-General Wouters of Dutch Antilles refuses Jews refuge
1942 -Nov 15th) Japanese/US sea battle at Savo-Island in Guadalcanal
1946 Dutch Dakota flight to Schiphol crashes, kills 11
1959 Kilauea's most spectacular eruption (in Hawaii)
1960 2 passenger trains collided at high-speed killing 110 (Czech)
1960 Riot due to school integration in New Orleans
1970 Marshall U football team wiped out in DC-9 air crash at Kenova, West Virginia, killing 75
1980 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1985 Volcano Nevado del Ruiz Colombia erupts, 1000s killed
1990 France performs nuclear test at Mururoa atoll
1990 Great Britain performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1990 Philippines hit by typhoon, 110 die
2016 7.8 earthquake cuts off town of Kaikoura, New Zealand, raising sea bed by 4m, and killing 2 people


Currency Issues


1931 Ottawa Mint Act is proclaimed in Britain
2002 Argentina defaults on an $805 million World Bank payment.
2008 Italy plunges into recession, its first since the start of 2005, after GDP contracts a steeper-than-expected 0.5% in the third quarter
2008 Hong Kong becomes the second Asian economy to tip into recession, its exports hit by weakening global demand
2008 Eurozone officially slips into recession for the first time since its creation in 1999, pushed down by recessions in Germany and Italy
2008 Elizabeth Warren is appointed to chair a Congressional Oversight Panel for the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act
2009 The National Statistical Service of Greece states that the country has been in recession since the beginning of the year
2012 A series of protests against austerity measures occur across Europe including Spain, Portugal, and Greece


TV Shows/Movies/Plays/Books


1851 "Moby-Dick" by Herman Melville first published by Harper and Brothers in the US
1883 "Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson is first published as a book by Cassell & Co.
1894 Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of Golden Pince-Nez" (BG)
1905 David Belasco's "Girl of Golden West" premieres in NYC
1908 Oscar Strauss' musical "Der tapfere Soldat" premieres in Vienna
1945 H Lindsay and R Crouse's "State of the Union" premieres in NYC

"The play's events... allude to Wendell Willkie, the utility company head who became the surprise Republican candidate for president in 1940. 'This is a play about a businessman who is a dark-horse candidate.'

1952 First regular UK singles chart published by the New Musical Express
1960 Ray Charles' "Georgia On My Mind" reaches #1

I said Georgia, GeorgiaA song of you (a song of you)Comes as sweet and clearAs moonlight through the pine

1964 "Fade Out-Fade In" closes at Mark Hellinger NYC after 199 performances
The show spoofs some of the great film stars of the era, such as Shirley Temple and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and Governor is based on MGM honcho Louis B. Mayer, known for his roving eye for pretty starlets and deep-seated nepotism.

1964 "Folies Bergere" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 191 performances
1964 "Oliver!" closes at Imperial Theater NYC after 774 performances
A workhouse in Dunstable, England is visited by the wealthy governors who fund it. While a sumptuous banquet is held for them, the barefoot orphan boys who work there are being served their daily gruel. They dream of enjoying the same "Food, Glorious Food" as their masters. While eating, some boys draw straws to see who will ask for more to eat, and the job falls to a boy named Oliver Twist. He goes up to Bumble and Widow Corney, who run the workhouse and serve the gruel, and asks for more. Enraged, Bumble takes Oliver to the governors to see what to do with him ("Oliver!"). A decision is made to have Oliver sold into service. Bumble parades Oliver through the snow, trying to sell him to the highest bidder ("Boy for Sale"). Oliver is sold to an undertaker named Mr. Sowerberry, who intends to use him as a mourner for children's funeral
1965 "Baker Street" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 313 performances
1965 George Abbott Theater (Adelphi, 54 St) at 152 W 54th NYC, demolished
1968 U.S. premiere of film version of Morris L. West's best seller "The Shoes of the Fisherman"
1973 "Good Evening" opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 438 performances
1976 "Network", directed by Sidney Lumet, starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch and William Holden, premieres in Los Angeles and New York City (Finch - Academy Awards Best Actor 1977)

This one warrants reading the entire plot as it fits too perfectly. Even ending with the assassination of the main character.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_(1976_film))
Network is a 1976 American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, about a fictional television network, UBS, and its struggle with poor ratings
1981 "Raise!" 11th studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire is released (Billboard Album of the Year 1982) Event of interestEvent of Interest
1987 "La Cage aux Folles" closes at Palace Theater NYC after 1761 performances

La cage aux folles literally means "the cage of mad women". However, folles is also a slang term for effeminate homosexuals (queens).

1991 Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video premieres on FOX TV
1993 "Kentucky Cycle" opens at Royale Theater NYC for 34 performances
1993 "Twilight of the Golds" closes at Booth Theater NYC after 29 performances
1993 Puerto Rico votes against becoming the 51st US state
1996 "Chicago" opens at Richard Rodgers Theater NYC
1997 Disney's "Lion King" sets Broadway record of $2,700,000 daily sale
2000 Geddy Lee releases his first solo album, “My Favourite Headache”
2002 Film "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" is released, based on the second book by J. K. Rowling
2006 "Casino Royale", 21st James Bond film premieres in London, starring Daniel Craig for the 1st time and Eva Green, premieres in London
2012 "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2", based on the book by Stephenie Meyer, directed by Bill Condon, starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, is released
As ridiculous as this sounds, this might be the most relevant of all. I can't fit it all here, so just go here and read about the plot.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Twilight_Saga:_Breaking_Dawn_%E2%80%93_Part_2#Plot

Her daughters name literally means "born again". Someone gets told they don't live in the world they think they do. Her child get persecuted and they gather "witnesses" to testify for her. The 2 witnesses in Revelation? The correlations here are crazy. Especially with the idea I've heard that everything man exalts, God hates and vice versa. So Pagan and witches seem to be implying something here.

2016 "Moana" animated Disney film directed by Ron Clements and John Musker with voices by Auli'i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson premieres in Los Angeles
On the Polynesian island of Motunui, the inhabitants worship the goddess Te Fiti, who brought life to the ocean, using a pounamu stone as her heart and the source of her power. Maui, the shapeshifting demigod and master of sailing, steals the heart to give humanity the power of creation. However, Te Fiti disintegrates, and Maui is attacked by Te Kā, a volcanic demon, losing both his magical giant fishhook and the heart to the depths.
A millennium later, Moana, daughter of Motunui's chief Tui, is chosen by the ocean to return the heart to Te Fiti. However, Tui arrives and takes Moana away, causing her to lose the heart.

Space & Exploration Related


1524 Francisco Pizarro begins his 1st great expedition, near Colombia
1792 Captain George Vancouver is first Englishman to enter San Francisco Bay

Something to do with Pope Francis? Either Jesuit takeover of America or destruction of the Catholic church would be my guess.

1910 1st airplane flight from deck of a ship, Norfolk, Virginia

Another first involving flying vehicles

1922 BBC begins daily radio broadcasts from the 2LO transmitter at Marconi House

Implying contact

1923 Kentaro Suzuki completes his ascent of Mount Iizuna.

1969 Apollo 12 (Conrad/Gordon/Bean) launched for 2nd manned Moon landing

We just announced we're sending people back to the moon

1981 2nd Space Shuttle Mission-Columbia 2-returns to Earth

The 2nd space shuttle, Lady Liberty, RETURNS to Earth

1983 First cruise missile placed at Greenham Common, England

Those missiles were guided by light

1984 Astronauts aboard "Discovery" pluck a 2nd satellite from orbit

More references to a 2nd moon or "satellite". With "Discovery" plucking one from orbit.

1984 NASA launches NATO-3D

Implying this 3D world was "launched" or created?

1994 Space shuttle STS-66 (Atlantis 13), lands

Atlantis? 13 is the mother again.

2012 CFBDSIR 2149-0403 is discovered, the closest rogue planet to earth (100 light-years away)

This is a giant indicator.


Scandals


1550 Pope Julius III proclaims new seat on Council of Trente

Apparently he was fucking his "adopted nephew" which was a big scandal for the Catholic Church

1943 J Postma, C Schalker, D Goulooze arrested for leading illegal CPN

CPN scams involve social security numbers and escaping bad credit.

1991 American and British authorities announce indictments against two Libyan intelligence officials in connection with the downing of the Pan Am Flight 103

Russia downed a flight and I don't think anyone has indicted them yet

1986 SEC imposes a record $100 million penalty against Ivan Boesky

Fined for insider stock trading, the highest fine ever at the time for a single person.

2002 The United States House of Representatives votes not to create an independent commission to investigate the September 11 attacks

Now this is VERY interesting. Trump has repeatedly said he would expose 9/11 and I've had this theory for a while that he would use this information to end the investigation and take complete power.

1976 War criminal Pieter Menten captured 1 day after fleeing

He was a Nazi. A Dutch writer was involved in his capture. I'm noticing a lot of references to the Dutch. Apparently they were very complicit in atrocities of Nazi Germany and they had the highest percentage of Jewish deaths in Western Europe, 75% of them died. A lot of Nazi's actually hid out in these areas to avoid capture. The Little Baron Trump books say he changed his name to a Dutch name. Trump himself lied and said his father was Swedish. I think it's pretty obvious what this means.


Miscellaneous


1666 Samuel Pepys reports on 1st blood transfusion (between dogs)

Almost seems like an illusion to genetic manipulation. The Greeks called the city where they worshiped the Egyptian god of the Underworld Anubis, the "city of the dog". Jesus referred to a Canaanite woman as a dog once. Trump also called Omarosa a "dog". Keeping with my theory that almost 100% of the negative things Trump says about a person are projection, which means he's really talking about himself, this is very interesting. Especially with his love for Black and Gold color schemes on his "Towers" which is very Egyptian. Ramses II also had red hair. Which means he was an Edomite. Ramses II is mentioned specifically on Cleopatra's Needle, one of which is a mile away from the black inverted obelisk that is Trump Tower. Ramses II sounds an AWFUL lot like Trump. Loved to build monuments to himself and over exaggerated his accomplishments. He is very revered though and thought of as a great Pharaoh, according to what was written about him at least.

1675 Pope Clemens X declares Gorcumse martyrs divine

They were 19 Catholics who were killed for being Catholics

1832 First streetcar (horse-drawn) (John Mason) debuts in NYC; fare 12 cents rode on 4th Avenue between Prince and 14th Sts

The Mars Rover was literally just driven around NYC


1896 Power plant at Niagara Falls begins operation

Implying a new power or power source is coming?

1967 The Congress of Colombia in commemoration of the 150 years of the death of Policarpa Salavarrieta, declares this day as "Day of the Colombian Woman"

Columbia was originally a name for the goddess of America, which is essentially Lady Liberty. If the Messiah really is coming, this is implying it's a woman.

1969 2nd Vietnam Moratorium Day in US

This was a sit in to protest the Vietnam war

1972 Dow Jones closes above 1,000 for 1st time (1003.16)

This seems to be a good thing

1973 Canada begins production of Olympic coins

The Olympics was the celebration of the Triumph over the first gods, the Titans. Although its just a sham to fool the people into thinking they are free now when the old gods just changed shape into new ones. Like the Phoenix being reborn.

1975 Spain, Morocco and Mauretania sign accord about Spanish Sahara

Spain gave up land due to pressure from the UN

1976 "Don't Step on My Olive Branch" closes at Playhouse NYC after 16 performances

This is a play about Israel. Olive branches represent peace

1977 Egyptian President Anwar Sadat repeats willingness to visit Israel to Walter Cronkite

Interesting. Egypt is a metaphor in the Bible for a place of struggle as well as being a real place.

1981 Old Dutch Windmill in Golden Gate Park repaired and working again

Apparently this is just one of 2 different ones. The other one called Murphy which is on the west side of the GOLDEN GATE Park.

1982 Polish Solidarity chairman Lech Wałęsa freed

Just gonna have to read about this one for yourselves, it's very relevant.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lech_Wa%C5%82%C4%99sa

1990 Michael Heseltine contests Margaret Thatcher's leadership of the British Conservative Party

A challenge to the conservative party

1991 Cambodian Prince Norodom Sihanouk returns to Phnom Penh after thirteen years of exile

13 is associated with the mother principal of the soul. She's been in exile, represented by getting kicked out of the Garden of Eden.

2001 OPEC announces that it intends to cut its crude oil output quotas by 1.5 million barrels per day effective, but only if non-OPEC producers cut their output by 500,000 barrels per day as well

Oil shortage coming?

2007 the last direct-current distribution by Con Edison was shut down.

Is this indicating the power will be cut off or is it a metaphor for humanity itself?

Children's Day is celebrated on the 14th of November in India as a tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru, who was born on November 14, 1889. Jawaharlal Nehru, who was fondly called Chacha Nehru or simply Chachaji, was known for his love for children. On this day, chocolates and gifts are often distributed among children, while schools organize different events such as debates, and music and dance performances. It is also a common practice to distribute gifts like clothes, toys and books to orphan children on this day.
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2018.06.28 18:54 LukeWilsonStupidNose Directors, actors and actresses share who they want to work with in the future.

Amy Adams: “Patty Jenkins.” (Vanity Fair, 2017)
Paul Thomas Anderson: “[Tiffany Haddish is] a really thrilling performer. It’s the same way I felt when I saw Adam — there’s so much there.” (LA Times, 2018)
Jack Black: “There’s plenty of directors that I’d love to work with that I never will. Paul Thomas Anderson. Quentin Tarantino comes to mind – yeah, not going to happen. Jim Jarmusch, David Lynch, these are guys that I love, that I’d love to work with. But you’ve got to be careful what you wish for. All of a sudden, you can be, like, naked running through the street in a David Lynch film.” (CBR, 2015)
Emily Blunt: “Walter Salles, Christopher Nolan and Martin Scorsese. Oh, and Andrea Arnold.” (The Times, 2012)
Jim Carrey: “I’ve been wanting to do something with Spike [Jonze] forever. I was stupid enough to turn him down to direct Ace 2, cause I had no idea who he was.” (TIFF, 2017)
George Clooney: “I’ve never worked with Kate Winslet and I’d love to work with her. There are a million more out there. Pretty much any actress – I love working with actresses in general.” (BAFTA, 2012)
Ryan Coogler: “Keith Stanfield.” (Hollywood Reporter, 2015)
Sofia Coppola: “Eddie Murphy. I’ve always been such a fan of his, and I wish he would do something interesting.” (The Guardian, 2017)
Benedict Cumberbatch: “Soderbergh’s a genius, I’ve always wanted to work with him.” (LA Times, 2013)
Matt Damon: “David Fincher and Paul Thomas Anderson.” (ShortList, 2013)
Guillermo del Toro: “I like Hugh Jackman very much. He has a lot of charisma, he’s a very good actor with a lot of energy.” (Metro, 2010)
Leonardo DiCaprio: “Paul Thomas Anderson is someone I’d love to work with . . . Ang Lee is very talented.” (The Talks, 2011)
Idris Elba: “Denzel Washington would be a good actor to make a movie with as he’s a legend – as is Meryl Streep, who I’d really love to work with too.” (The Sun, 2017)
Michael Fassbender: “I’ve always been a huge Scorsese fan, and I’d love to work with him. Or, more recently, Paul Thomas Anderson, or the Coen brothers.” (7x7, 2010)
Will Ferrell: “Bill Murray.” (IndieLondon, 2010)
Jeff Goldblum: “Oh boy oh boy. Mmmm. Plenty. For starters, let’s say Paul Thomas Anderson, and the Coen brothers.” (Reddit, 2014)
Ryan Gosling: “I’d like to work with Kristen Wiig, she rules.” (Moviefone, 2012)
Jake Gyllenhaal: “Denzel Washington.” (Deadline, 2014)
Anne Hathaway: “Guillermo del Toro, Tarantino, Gus Van Sant, Sarah Polley, and Sofia Coppola.” (Elle, 2008)
Ethan Hawke: “Is it okay if I say Leonardo DiCaprio? Because I know he’s crazy famous and everyone wants to work with him, but I admire tremendously the way he has handled his celebrity. After the success of Titanic, it would have been very easy for him to wind up another drug-addled casualty on the Hollywood Strip; but instead he’s dedicated himself to making great films, and doesn’t he need an older brother? Or a bad guy?” (Reddit, 2013)
Samuel L. Jackson: “Maggie Smith. Maggie’s one of my favorite people.” (People, 2017)
Allison Janney: “I want to work with Judd Apatow, I’ll tell you that. I like things messy, I like things that aren’t just comedy and aren't just drama.” (Larry King Now, 2018)
Scarlett Johansson: “Tim Burton.” (MTV, 2009)
Michael B. Jordan: “Paul Thomas Anderson, David O. Russell I’d love to work with. I wouldn’t mind rocking out Quentin Tarantino. But you know what? I’m going to go with the best. Martin Scorsese. I want to work with Marty.” (The Daily Beast, 2013)
Brie Larson: “I love Charlie Kaufman, and I love Spike Jonze, and I love P.T. Anderson.” (BirthMoviesDeath, 2013)
David Lowery: “It can range from Brad Pitt and Tilda Swinton to Janelle Monáe who I loved in Hidden Figures and Moonlight. Actually the entire cast of Moonlight I’d love to work with! Paul Dano is someone who I hope to find a project to work with, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jessica Chastain. I love Kristen Stewart and what she’s doing now, the choices she’s making are really exciting and I’d love one of my movies to be one of those choices. I had a meeting with Selena Gomez a few years ago and the project didn’t work out, but I’d love to make a movie with her as strange as that may seem.” (The Young Folks, 2017)
Rooney Mara: “Paul Thomas Anderson and Michael Haneke.” (TimeOut, 2015)
Jennifer Lawrence: “The Coen brothers, Tommy Lee Jones, Will Ferrell, and Cate Blanchett.” (Vanity Fair, 2015)
Liam Neeson: “I’d love to work with Denzel. I have such admiration for him as an actor.” (GQ, 2014)
Jeff Nichols: “I’m pretty blown away by Matt Damon and Christian Bale’s work, if we are talking about people I haven’t worked with. Also, I’m a fan of Kate Mara and Mia Wasikowska.” (Reddit, 2016)
Elizabeth Olsen: “Yorgos [Lanthimos] — I really wanted to be in The Lobster, but there was a time problem. I want to work with Alexander Payne, the Coen brothers, P.T. Anderson, Quentin Tarantino. I like things that are a little off-center. Noah Baumbach.” (Village Voice, 2017)
David Oyelowo: “Kathryn Bigelow.” (Reddit, 2018)
Natalie Portman: “Julianne Moore, Cate Blanchett, Isabelle Huppert — there’s a lot!” (BuzzFeed, 2018)
Chris Pratt: “I would love to work with John Lithgow. I think I would really like to work with Bill Murray at some point, he’s amazing.” (The Morning Mash Up, 2014)
Keanu Reeves: “David Lynch and Paul Verhoeven.” (Giovanna Grassi, 2017)
Ivan Reitman: “I’d love to work with some of the young women who are just so great, like Jennifer Lawrence or Anne Hathaway. I think they have such skill. I’d love to find some way to do a different kind of comedy with them.” (Collider, 2014)
Margot Robbie: “Ever since I saw The Assassination of Jesse James, I’ve being dying to work with Andrew Dominik. He’s just a brilliant Aussie director. And Cate Blanchett has always been my absolute acting idol. Ben Mendelsohn... I would chop off my right hand to work with him. Baz Luhrmann would be one of those bucket list sort of things. Rebel Wilson. I actually can’t think of an Aussie actor that I wouldn’t be thrilled to work with.” (FilmInk, 2016)
Chris Rock: “[I want to] direct Denzel Washington in a comedy. He hasn’t done it. I’ve seen him: He can turn a phrase and be kind of charming and kind of funny. He can kind of do everything.” (Tribeca Film Festival, 2016)
Saoirse Ronan: “I’d love to work with Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone because they are fantastic. I think it is a good time to be in the company of other people who don’t want to sexualise themselves or objectify themselves.” (Telegraph, 2013)
Martin Scorsese: “Johnny Depp is one. I like him. He’s unique. I don’t know how he does it. George Clooney. Brad Pitt is interesting. And Tobey Maguire. There’s a lot of good people.” (The Playlist, 2010)
Michael Shannon: “I’ve always wanted to work with David Lynch . . . Paul Thomas Anderson? I’m desperate to work with him. He’s at the top. And I’d love to work with Michael Haneke.” (PORT Magazine, 2013)
Steven Spielberg: “Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.” (Inquirer, 2012)
Jason Statham: “Will Ferrell. I want to do, like, an action-comedy with him.” (Entertainment Weekly, 2013)
Kristen Stewart: “I love Jacques Audiard. A Prophet transported me. I would kill to work with him. I also really like Andrea Arnold. I love Fish Tank . . . I loved Mustang, Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s movie.” (Les Inrockuptible, 2015)
Emma Stone: “If I don’t do something with Diane Keaton before the end of time, I don’t know what I’ll do.” (Hollywood Reporter, 2017)
Meryl Streep: “I would like Martin Scorsese to be interested in a female character once in a while, but I don't know if I’ll live that long.” (The Talks, 2011)
Quentin Tarantino: “Kate Winslet, she is one of the greatest actresses of our time.” (The Young Folks, 2016)
Charlize Theron: “I am stalking Lynne Ramsay.” (San Francisco Chronicle, 2018)
Alicia Vikander: “Denis Villeneuve, the Coen brothers, or Charlie Kaufman.” (Santa Barbara Independent, 2016)
Denzel Washington: “There are obvious ones - Scorsese, or Tarantino, but they haven’t called.” (Den of Geek, 2010)
Edgar Wright: “Clint Eastwood.” (Den of Geek, 2013)
edited to add dates
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