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Walter Goggins was the clear cut star of The Hateful Eight for me
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JohnLocke2342 posted a BLOG item about 3 hours ago

Civil War in Hogwarts Houses

Captain America
House: Gryffindor

Steve Rogers would go into Gryffindor before the Sorting Hat even touched his golden hair. He epitomizes bravery, courage, and goodness. While some may say his kindness, devotion to justice, and loyalty could make him a strong candidate for Hufflepuff, his chivalry and nerve just make him too perfect for the red-and-gold house. – Matt Goldberg

House: Gryffindor

There’s little room for argument here. Whether you take Sam Wilson’s comic book path that saw him grow up on the streets of Harlem, losing both parents to street violence, or his Marvel Cinematic Universe version as a former pararescueman of the United States Air Force, there’s no doubt that the Falcon is a courageous and determined individual. You might be swayed toward thinking that Falcon’s unwavering loyalty to partner Captain America and related sense of fair play would lead the Sorting Hat to place Wilson in Hufflepuff, but he’s made of stronger stuff than that. This is a man who flies through the sky on a rocket-powered wingsuit while fighting super-powered individuals without any superhuman powers of his own. That takes real steel. It’s clear that Falcon belongs in Gryffindor. – Dave

Scarlet Witch
House: Slytherin

Though Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) is an Avenger now, she has a checkered past that feels rather Slytherin in nature. She embodies all the best Slytherin traits: cunning, resourcefulness, ambition, and especially fraternity (of course). With Magneto as her father — even though she wasn’t born a mutant — her heritage and inclusion in the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants would surely appeal to the House. And while what we saw of her briefly during Avengers: Age of Ultron may lead to more a middling Ravenclaw-esque classification, her use of Chaos Magic and being responsible for what is known as “M-Day” in the comics (when she decided to end the mutant genome and reset reality) seems to seal her serpentine sorting. — Allison Keene

House: Hufflepuff

Oh Hawkeye. This guy is always getting the shaft in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, be it an awkwardly shoehorned introduction in Thor or being reduced to a mind-controlled minion in The Avengers, but we finally got to see shades of Clint Barton’s true colors in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and the dude is definitely a Hufflepuff. Jeremy Renner’s character is loyal to the bone, with an intense dedication to his work even if his outward attitude seems to default to “annoyed” or “bored” most of the time. Shine on, you brooding badger. – Adam Chitwood

Iron Man
House: Slytherin

Just to show that all Slytherins aren’t inherently bad, but Tony Stark’s ambition and ego know no boundaries. They come from a deeply flawed place, but it’s charming all the same. Additionally, his resourcefulness makes him an ideal candidate for the house of Salazar Slytherin. The only thing that might keep him out is that he probably wouldn’t buy into any of the “pureblood” nonsense. – Matt Goldberg

War Machine
House: Gryffindor

James Rhodes was one of the first characters audiences were introduced to in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, albeit in the form of Terrence Howard, not Don Cheadle. But Cheadle now has three and a half Marvel movies under his belt as the straight-shooting Marine, and there’s really only one clear house choice for Rhodey: Gryffindor. Even when donning the War Machine armor, Rhodey is all about dutifully keeping folks safe, exuding the kind of courage the exemplifies what it means to be a Gryffindor. Rhodey can still cut loose with the best of them, and his BFF is a Slytherin, but the guy is a Gryffindor through and through. – Adam Chitwood

Black Widow
House: Ravenclaw

While Natasha Romanov could easily go into Slytherin with her level of cunning, really what a spy needs, especially one who works undercover like she does, is wit, a signature trait of any good Ravenclaw. You also need to study up on your targets, figure your way out of sticky situations, and work the intelligence gathering community. Again, it’s close, but I’m sorting Black Widow into Ravenclaw. – Matt Goldberg

House: Hufflepuff

This one’s tricky. In both his comics and movie background, Scott Lang is a criminal. Sure, he may be breaking the law to save his daughter or to expose corporate malfeasance, but his cunning and resourceful subversion of the law suggests he might be a good fit for Slytherin. But when you consider that he’s a well-meaning rogue who believes in a level playing field, it’s hard to put him in amongst actual villains. He’s loyal to his friends and allies, as well as dedicated and patient enough to put himself through quite a bit of bodily harm in order to perfect using the Ant-Man suit. I think you’ll agree that Ant-Man, at heart, is a Hufflepuff. – Dave

Black Panther
House: Gryffindor

Black Panther is the ultimate Gryffindor, and not just because he assumes the visage of a ferocious jungle cat. The sovereign ruler of Wakanda, Black Panther isn’t just royalty, he is consummately regal; a dignified, honorable and honest champion of justice, who never shies from necessary conflict. While he may bear some trademarks of the other houses — the cunning of Slytherin, the loyalty of Hufflepuff, and the ingenious intellectualism of Ravenclaw — he is above all else, both in his comic tradition and Chadwick Boseman’s scene-stealing portrayal, a fearlessly brave warrior committed to his ideals. — Haleigh Foutch

House: Ravenclaw

Of course Vision is a Ravenclaw. What else could he be? A synthetic humanoid spawned from Ultron’s skewed sense of rationality (well, that’s his lineage in the MCU, at least), Vision possesses a wisdom and intelligence that surpasses even his exceptional peers’, and yet he is defined by a humanity that makes him infinitely curious. He’s elegant without haughtiness, intelligent without arrogance, and given his immense power, Vision always seeks to resolve conflict through logic rather than fisticuffs. Played to a tee by the ineffably graceful Paul Bettany, Vision is a creature of mind and measure that would make Rowena proud. – Haleigh Foutch

House: Ravenclaw

While Civil War will introduce us to the new iteration of Peter Parker (as played by Tom Holland), audiences are already very familiar with this particular character. He possesses a bit of the freewheeling ambition of a Gryffindor, but ultimately Parker’s personality is much more knowledge-based, thus Ravenclaw is the perfect fit. Science is his forte, and while he’s definitely a teenager, this kid’s got the smarts to pull off becoming a superhero before he can legally drink. – Adam Chitwood

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WalkAway at 03:44 PM May 03


JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 13 hours ago

Walter Goggins was the clear cut star of The Hateful Eight for me
Moviefreak2010 at 08:37 AM May 03

can't wait to see it it's on hold at the library for me

jimmydevito at 01:14 PM May 03

No doubt about it

klinteastwood at 03:41 PM May 03

great great performance ..tarantino and goggins are a match made in heaven

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 14 hours ago

Rewatching season 1 of Game of Thrones after last night's brilliant episode and I forgot how absolutely terrible Sansa was. I hated her so much and it was so warranted. Kudos to the writers for that transformation.
ericodarko at 03:13 AM May 03

I think it's time for me to rewatch this show from season 1 as well

Glinda at 03:18 AM May 03

She was quite the entitled brat way back then. She definitely grew up with life experience.

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 21 hours ago

I have zero sympathy for people who have their favorite shows "spoiled" for them the day after it airs on social media if they haven't seen it. In fact it's a pretty selfish move on that person's part to think that the entire fucking universe will stop itself until they've seen the episode. It's nobody's fault but your own if you're cruising through social media and come across something that happened the night before since, well, social media is made for widespread discussion and interaction. It's your responsibility to take yourself out of the equation and no one else's. Movies are a different story entirely but television shows are so based around weekly instant reactions that it's just the way the narrative process moves now.
timmyd at 01:43 AM May 03

oh Derek , you're the man .

JohnLocke2342 at 03:08 AM May 03

Derek I love you

piranhafeast at 07:28 AM May 03

And all because of the Internet...
More seriously I agree.Nowadays ya have to be very careful where to click on if ya don't wanna be spoiled 1h after the release of everything and even before its release actually.And it's only the fault of random people.A lot of times serious of respected websites spoil important things even in the title of the news.That's pretty fucking annoying.

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 22 hours ago

OldKingClancy at 07:08 PM May 02

Considering what they did for Father's Day a couple years back I'd say I agree.

Glinda at 01:03 AM May 03

Ugh 6 more days!! It's so hard to wait.

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

Goddamn the opening credits for Game of Thrones never cease being perfect with all new locations popping up and small details mirroring what happens on the show. Things like the flayed man banner at Winterfell or the docks riddled with smoke in Mereen are all channeled into the opening every week. It's an iconic little passage that does its job in establishing a gateway to the vast world of the show you're about to enter. Love it.
OldKingClancy at 04:43 PM May 02

I got surprisingly pissed off when I saw the Bolton sigil was still at Winterfell last week. Fucking Boltons.

Glinda at 05:28 PM May 02

Oh man I've got to pay closer attention. I'd noticed changes but not really looked at the detail. Gonna watch the latest episode again anyway so will check them out more carefully. Glad you posted this.

Otis_Driftwood at 09:34 PM May 02

It's always been awesome and still is!

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

James Wan's not so subtle response to the rampant internet rumors that he's "leaving Aquaman"
jeo4 at 03:23 PM May 02

Why doesn't this fucker helm Justice League?? I'd take him any day of the week over Snyder.

WalkAway at 04:17 PM May 02

love it

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

timmyd at 02:05 AM May 03


JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

I hope AMC and Kirkman were watching last night's episode and taking notes. That's how to properly not fuck your audience solely for the sake of fucking them.
OldKingClancy at 02:23 PM May 02

"Wait, so people DON'T like it when we drag out storylines" - AMC

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

GAME OF FUCKING THRONES!!!!!!!! I've never reacted like that to any episode of television in my entire life. What a moment.
southofheaven at 05:14 PM May 02

it was great got goosebumps

Weapon X
Weapon X at 08:54 PM May 02

Even the end-credits music was like "AW SHIT, SON!"

Otis_Driftwood at 09:34 PM May 02

Great episode.

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

Hungover as all FUCK but Game of Thrones in 5 minutes is the absolute perfect ending to my weekend
Glinda at 03:10 AM May 02

Welcome back! Perfect way to end what I'm guessing was an awesome weekend!

Scotch at 05:50 AM May 02

You might remember the hangover but you'll definitely remember the craziness of the weekend. No arrests, no new tattoos, no annulments? Then it was a good bachelor party weekend!

Moviefreak2010 at 08:55 AM May 02

hope you had a good time.

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

Bachelor party weekend! Have a great one MFC
Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 11:55 PM Apr 29

Have a good time!

timmyd at 12:25 AM Apr 30

BOSS. Have a blast , buddy.

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 12:08 PM Apr 30


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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

Hey Marvel easy on the clips from Civil War already. Half the world is going to see this movie - you don't need to advertise! Star Wars proved this over and over again.
timmyd at 12:34 AM Apr 30

yeah ...enough all fucking ready.

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

I really think this new Tomb Raider reboot can be something special. The original movies are overly cheesy near unwatchable nonsense that were forgotten about for a reason. The new games set a precedent for what this character can ultimately accomplish and that should translate to the big screen. Hell Alicia Vikander is fresh off an Oscar and can literally pick ANY project she wants and decided to pick this one. That really says something to me about the potential of this franchise and maybe other A list talent will start circling the film. We're living in a golden age for fandom and should all just enjoy the ride.
Frosty_86 at 04:37 PM Apr 29

I saw the first Tomb Raider movie and hated it. Never bothered with the second one. I'm going to lie I think Angelina Jolie is overrated as an actress. Really if this conversation is going to go into boob size, Jolie's was not that big. She wore a padded bra and they were pushed up.
I've played a little bit of Tomb Raider reboot but's awesome (I actually need to get back on). I think Alicia is very capable delivering on this version of Lara Croft, not the cartoonish version of the 90s. People always bitch about how female action heroes aren't taken seriously. Part of the reason why is because Hollywood panders to the cartoonish version. This Lara Croft is not a caricature, she feels like a living breathing person.
I can just see somebody twisting my words and saying, "oh so all curvy woman caricatures?" Which I'm not saying at all. If anybody looks at previous comments and pictures, they'll know I love a woman with curves. However, Lara Croft in the original games was massively disproportionate. She was this fantasy of a woman with big boobs in a small waist running around in a tank top and short shorts.

XSsoCX at 04:54 PM Apr 29

First off any one complaining about this womans breast size compared to her video game counterpart is just pathetic.

I'm not going to pretend I know much about this actress, but some people opinions here I trust seem to be cool with it, so I am as well. And, I really hope they follow storylines close to the new reboots. I'm not saying carbon copies of them, but both games have been entertaining as Hell, and could make for damn good films if done right.

Scotch at 04:54 PM Apr 29

Hmmm alright I'm probably due for a new PS4 game so maybe I'll give Tomb Raider a shot. Appreciate the heads up, JL!

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

I can't stand when humble, fiercely hard working and absurdly talented actresses get cast in movie franchises when theirs tits aren't the right size for the part. Because really, that's all that matters.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 11:15 PM Apr 28

Awright, which one of you jokers let Bizarro JL at the keyboard again?

piranhafeast at 11:16 PM Apr 28

I won't take it for me man. ;)

timmyd at 12:11 AM Apr 29

absurd , isn't it ?

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