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Mr. Moyd

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About Mr. Moyd

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    Upper Midcard
  • Birthday 12/04/1994

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  • Favourite Wrestler
    The Rock
  • Favourite Music
    Old School Hip-hop, Jazz, etc.
  • Star (Zodiac) Sign
  • Occupation
    Film Actor
  • Favourite Wrestling Company
  • Orientation
  • Favourite Food
    Porterhouse steak
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  • Favourite TV Show
    The Walking Dead
  • Xbox Live Gamertag
    Mr Moyd
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    Jersey City
  • Interests
    The performing arts in all forms -- stage, film, etc. Also love the process of filmmaking/writing scripts, etc.
  1. Mine is almost spent lol. The episode of Happy! (season 2, episode 9) that I was in has its air date of next month! Been waiting since November!
  2. This mid-season finale was trash. And it hurts to say that about a show that I had as a tradition to catch every Sunday. But this episode solidified that the writers has lost their touch. So many things to pick about this episode that made it bad: plot holes and inconsistencies, production quality is subpar, and that decision at the end for shock value sticks a knife in future comic arcs that promotes the life of the show. Everything now is badly lit, to where it's hard to see. As is the sound -- it's almost impossible to listen without subtitles. Why did Simon let Maggie go instead of capturing her? Can't hide these problems anymore. The writing is getting too poor and Gimple needs to take a hike
  3. This is one way to tie up one loose end. Love it, adds so much depth between the two. They ended off as allies and now, it's like they're two different people. Sheesh, no loyalty huh? If it were me, I'd probably be throwing icebreakers and cracking jokes
  4. Marketing and the end of BvS is pretty telling that he will be in this film.
  5. I'm really liking this Iphone 7. Just learned how to download songs to my library lol. Job just gave us 20 hours of UPT time. Good! Cause I was on literally 1 hour (we work 10 hour shifts) because of some nonsense with some girl. Never doing that again.
  6. Been doing really well this year, career wise. In terms of my career growth, seeing my friend's careers flourish, learning about the biz, and making and keeping contacts related to the industry. Last year was a big year (got signed, did Chicago Justice, almost was cast in Spider-Man Homecoming), we started strong this year. Did an episode for the newest season of "GOTHAM". Been wanting to get on that show since I got signed last year, TOTAL Batman/comics in general nerd, auditioned for that specific office sooo many times, finally got to do it few weeks ago. Small co-star role (speaking), got some screen time towards the end, but it was a great honor to just be on that set and interact with the cast. Got a callback for "The Equalizer 2", lead role alongside Denzel himself, but it went to the dude that played Chiron from Moonlight. C'este La Vie. Been blessed so far. Fingers crossed for the train to keep rolling!
  7. EXCLUSIVE: "Warner Bros and DC are in the early stages of another Batman Universe spinoff movie, this one telling the origin story of the signature villain The Joker. The studio has set The Hangovers Todd Phillips to co-write a script with 8 Mile scribe Scott Silver. Phillips will direct the movie, and Martin Scorsese will produce it with Phillips. This will be the first film under a new banner that has yet to be named in which WB can expand the canon of DC properties and create unique storylines with different actors playing the iconic characters." -- Deadline. Think this news is a week old, but it's pretty big. Also, Leonardo DiCaprio is in talks to play the Clown prince in the origin. Kinda shakes on Joker having an origin story (just like a lot of fans) unless they do what TDK did or following 2008 Joker novel. In my opinion, the killing of Jason Todd should be in Joker and Harley, if that spin off has any ties to the main DCEU. Thoughts? The nerds have won!
  8. The movie is shit but I guess if you watched that first, you'd enjoy the series more and also the movie more. Watch the series first and it's very likely watching the movie will make you want to kill yourself The anime is far more superior and you'll see why first couple of episodes. Muur, did you see Death Note: The last name (Japanese adaption)? Netflix version or that? I say Japanese by far. Not of fan of Nat Wolff period.
  9. Do you like Western animation? I know anime has its little tropes like Gundams or over the top expressions and stuff, which I'm assuming you don't like that style and prefer something grounded,somewhat realistic? If so, Death Note the series will give you just that. It's a very intense, intellectual drama. The movie's does not hold a candle to the anime. However, this movie doesn't seem like a huge dumpster fire. Didn't finish it, but I know what happens. Light is a big dummy, which I don't like, but the end kinda stayed true. I didnt expect them to follow the anime to a tee for a two hour flick, but its not Dragonball Evolution. This had things that worked where's DB:e was trash
  10. You're the one who asked about the future of those shows. Now you want to pretend like you know better than anyone else what could be happening? Why the *Censored* did you ask, if only to rattle off some bullshit statement about Marvel/Disney pulling the shows? Nothing you say makes any sense. I want to choke you with your own shoelaces. Local. I wanna see that match. Book it, Vince!!
  11. I wouldn't even bother with SR3 and 4th. If you're New to the series, you'll start to see where storytelling went out the window for fetish jokes, overt crude humour, and then pandering to an angry fanbase. One of my biggest letdowns was skipping class to get SR3 and finishing it, then returning it.
  12. Basically sums up what I have to say about Batman killing. The comments are a good read too.
  13. ^ I saw the interview where Zack says that "This is a guy dressed as a Bat..." being flippant on this beloved, iconic, cash cow. Zack does great with the visuals, but the story and characters are sorely lacking. You're right -- everything is hypermasculine and dreary. Superman is always moody and conflicted and there's no motivation on why he does the things he do. He doesn't even look like he wants to help. The more video essays I watch and the more I see talk to people dissect this film, it just sours it even more for me. I watched it two and a half times, first time for the Buzz, second time after seeing reviews and essays, third time I couldn't finish it. Sooo many bad and odd choices, from Eisenberg's weird performance of Lex to the most minuscule thing. It is what it is and we can only accept what we're given and see how they develop, but I say this now, if you put the three movies together (Batman's case, BVS, Justice League, and The Batman) you will see no arc. Depending on if the solo Batman is before or after the events of BVS. Which, I feel, is gonna be as much of a burden to follow as the X-Men timeline Fox messed up. Would love to do an overall comparisons on my definitive Batman, Bale's Batman, Ben's, Keaton, Conroy, etc. See what's similar and what's changed.
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