heidi: (IM2)
A mashup of Supernatural, Glee, Heroes, Thor and Sherlock for a comprehensive examination of brotherly feelings in modern media formats, aka a lot of EMOTIONS!!! with Winchesters, Andersons, Petrellis, Odinsons and Holmeses.

Because really, when are they not angsty?

Set to Darren Criss & Matt Bomer's duet of Gotye's Somebody That I Used to Know
Spoilers for random episodes of all serieses/films including Glee 3.15.

Are you ready for the angsting? The melodious, musical, fraught, broyaytastic angsting? Good! Click here! )

You can also click to watch it here, and it's on my tumblr too!

Note: I saw Avengers this weekend; the vid was completed before I saw the film and there is nothing I would have done otherwise. I may remaster it and include a clip or two when a good copy of Avengers comes out sometime late this summer, but since I did this vid before seeing the film (omgflailSOGOODspoilerycommentslater) it is not spoilery for Avengers.
heidi: (unbrothers)
Yes, it's been a year since the show ended, but I've been wanting some icons themed on Peter and Gabriel and their Sledgehammers (pun, I hope, intended by the writers but I doubt they were quite that clever on purpose) and as part of [livejournal.com profile] help_nz, [livejournal.com profile] ariadnechan made me some GORGEOUS ones here! She made me so many more than I had originally expected, and I'm thrilled beyond belief by them.

Also, still looking for a very specific FictionAlley April Fool's cover featuring Glee. Anyone interested in doing it? PLEASE?
heidi: (unbrothers)
Yes, it's been a year since the show ended, but I've been wanting some icons themed on Peter and Gabriel and their Sledgehammers (pun, I hope, intended by the writers but I doubt they were quite that clever on purpose) and as part of [livejournal.com profile] help_nz, [livejournal.com profile] ariadnechan made me some GORGEOUS ones here! She made me so many more than I had originally expected, and I'm thrilled beyond belief by them.

Also, still looking for a very specific FictionAlley April Fool's cover featuring Glee. Anyone interested in doing it? PLEASE?
heidi: (BOOM)
About a month ago, the [livejournal.com profile] sylar_peter comm organized a little Countdown to Xmas project, and I had a half-done crackvid that I wanted to wrap up, and this was sort of the impetus for me to do that. I think this will be my last crack-esque Heroes vid, although I still have two Petrelli-centric vids that I may do at some random time in the future when I can bring myself to rewatch seasons three and four all the way through (or at least, all the Petrelli Bros scenes (and yes, I still include Gabriel in that count)).

So, here goes nothing:

TITLE: You Will Always Find Him In the Kitchen at Parties

SONG BY: Jona Lewie

SUMMARY: Poor Sylar! His paramour (Mohinder) ran away from home, then he met this debutante (Elle) and had no luck with her. You would always find him in the kitchen at parties... until he met Peter Petrelli. Crack. Twisted, silly crack.

SHIP/Characters: Sylar (Gabriel)/Peter, visuals of past Sylar/Maya, Sylar/Mohinder, Gabriel(Sylar)/Elle and some implied Sylar/Matt and Sylar/Brian Davis. Like I said, crack.

Rating: PG13 for moments of violence

Watch the vid here! )


Ah, Heroes, you were just made of complete crack and glee and wonderful moments and utter wtf-ness. I still kinda miss ya. Boom.
heidi: (BOOM)
About a month ago, the [livejournal.com profile] sylar_peter comm organized a little Countdown to Xmas project, and I had a half-done crackvid that I wanted to wrap up, and this was sort of the impetus for me to do that. I think this will be my last crack-esque Heroes vid, although I still have two Petrelli-centric vids that I may do at some random time in the future when I can bring myself to rewatch seasons three and four all the way through (or at least, all the Petrelli Bros scenes (and yes, I still include Gabriel in that count)).

So, here goes nothing:

TITLE: You Will Always Find Him In the Kitchen at Parties

SONG BY: Jona Lewie

SUMMARY: Poor Sylar! His paramour (Mohinder) ran away from home, then he met this debutante (Elle) and had no luck with her. You would always find him in the kitchen at parties... until he met Peter Petrelli. Crack. Twisted, silly crack.

SHIP/Characters: Sylar (Gabriel)/Peter, visuals of past Sylar/Maya, Sylar/Mohinder, Gabriel(Sylar)/Elle and some implied Sylar/Matt and Sylar/Brian Davis. Like I said, crack.

Rating: PG13 for moments of violence

Watch the vid here! )


Ah, Heroes, you were just made of complete crack and glee and wonderful moments and utter wtf-ness. I still kinda miss ya. Boom.
heidi: (Heroes)
And I am strangely...

I am okay with that.

I should be upset, but I just re-watched the end of the last episode from back in February, and I am so comfortable and good with where the show ended. I don't want to see Peter's life apart from Nathan (although I would have loved to see the sorta-maybe-un-twins (Gabriel and Peter) working together), I don't want to have additional random characters show up, I don't care enough about some of the plotlines, and I think the cast is all so amazingly terrific (and unbelievably nice and sweet) that everyone will go on to fantabulous things.

It was a show of brilliant moments and omgwtf were they thinking? missed opportunities and it's clear that Kring was pulling plotlines out of his ear and the scripts were being written by committee but there was so much mythos there that it was possible to retcon and fanwank anything you wanted - especially because the writers couldn't remember Claire's healing blood or the fact that the eclipse "six moths before" didn't do anything, or a million other plot deviations from the storylines themselves. The side-projects, like the comics and the webisodes, were nifty even when they didn't gel, and the cast was just good. They loved their characters, they loved the on-set crew, they worked well together, and I wish everyone the best.

I would've been more upset had Chuck been cancelled, because I think there's a lot more story to tell there. I think Heroes has told all the stories they need to tell. Maybe we'll get a six issue comic book to wrap anything up, if NBC or Kring think there's any use for it.

They probably won't. I don't think they care enough. Maybe it'll lead to some futurefics and AUs before the fandom bubbles down to nothingness. Maybe I'll do one more vid. A swan song of sorts. But before I put my fannishness for Heroes back on the shelf, I'll watch Peter dive off the building and into the sand at the playground, see Hiro shout YATTA! in New York City, remember Nathan fly Peter into its skies and Sylar in Mohinder's kitchen waiting for him to come home. Claude and Peter will swordfight and they'll all save the cheerleader and then she'll learn how to save herself. The strings will be hung and they'll be cut and Nathan will fall and Gabriel will return to himself and the show will be placed in that box of things that were so good, and so troubled at the same time.

(I have a poll on my dreamwidth account if you care enough to vote.)
heidi: (Heroes)
And I am strangely...

I am okay with that.

I should be upset, but I just re-watched the end of the last episode from back in February, and I am so comfortable and good with where the show ended. I don't want to see Peter's life apart from Nathan (although I would have loved to see the sorta-maybe-un-twins (Gabriel and Peter) working together), I don't want to have additional random characters show up, I don't care enough about some of the plotlines, and I think the cast is all so amazingly terrific (and unbelievably nice and sweet) that everyone will go on to fantabulous things.

It was a show of brilliant moments and omgwtf were they thinking? missed opportunities and it's clear that Kring was pulling plotlines out of his ear and the scripts were being written by committee but there was so much mythos there that it was possible to retcon and fanwank anything you wanted - especially because the writers couldn't remember Claire's healing blood or the fact that the eclipse "six moths before" didn't do anything, or a million other plot deviations from the storylines themselves. The side-projects, like the comics and the webisodes, were nifty even when they didn't gel, and the cast was just good. They loved their characters, they loved the on-set crew, they worked well together, and I wish everyone the best.

I would've been more upset had Chuck been cancelled, because I think there's a lot more story to tell there. I think Heroes has told all the stories they need to tell. Maybe we'll get a six issue comic book to wrap anything up, if NBC or Kring think there's any use for it.

They probably won't. I don't think they care enough. Maybe it'll lead to some futurefics and AUs before the fandom bubbles down to nothingness. Maybe I'll do one more vid. A swan song of sorts. But before I put my fannishness for Heroes back on the shelf, I'll watch Peter dive off the building and into the sand at the playground, see Hiro shout YATTA! in New York City, remember Nathan fly Peter into its skies and Sylar in Mohinder's kitchen waiting for him to come home. Claude and Peter will swordfight and they'll all save the cheerleader and then she'll learn how to save herself. The strings will be hung and they'll be cut and Nathan will fall and Gabriel will return to himself and the show will be placed in that box of things that were so good, and so troubled at the same time.




Heroes was canceled. Do you care?
A little.
A lot.
I hope the cast all goes on to nifty and cool things, because they were generally great.
Hardly.
Ask me this two years ago.
Never watched, never wanted to.
You mean there've been episodes since Claude left?

I'll be...

Feb. 8th, 2010 10:53 pm
heidi: (Heroes)
Okay.

I'm playing the soundtrack from My Best Friend's Wedding tonight and every song title and some of the lyrics are making me think of smidges of Heroes in the weirdest ways. I may end up doing a vid to "I'll Be Okay" (lyrics below) at some point - meta and those wonderful commentaries from S1 and S2, and the way Fuller did wonderful things and left and came back and reversed wonderful things that were in the pipeline and made them somehow worse than they would've been otherwise, and the wonderful cast members - Kristen and Brea and Dana Davis - who came and went, and the wonderful characters and powers and bits of string taped to maps and FORGIVE ME written in a closet and Claude, and Zach who was clearly the first example of the story and character going in one direction that was then changed inexplicably and we'll probably never know the real reason as to why.

Even when the plots were going weird and the characters made no sense from one episode to another and when there's no reason why they kept Sendhil around this season and wouldn't let him go be BFFs with David Tennant on "Rex Is Not Your Lawyer", I've watched, although the three episodes after Nathan this winter? I waited a few weeks to watch them, and it took last week and this week to recommit me fully.

As [profile] mystery_sock said earlier today - if it's the last episode ever, then it is.

Heroes started in September of 2006 - those of you who were on my flist then may remember that it debuted in what turned out to be the worst ten weeks of my life. My sister's husband died suddenly, then a cousin of Aaron's did as well, my daughter had her first asthma attack and ended up on steroids and in the middle of all of this, fandom had become decidedly not fun, or even pleasant, and I was completely and utterly heartbroken over it.

And this show came along. I'd heard a little about it but I mostly watched because my comic-book-loving husband wanted to, and it was on before the debut of Studio 60, which we all knew back in 2006 was going to be *the* hit of the season and of fannishness, I mean it was SORKIN.

But at nine o'clock there was a gorgeous voice with a lovely accent and then we saw Peter (oh, Milo, you've aged well but you are so much older now, only four years on) on that building in New York - the city I love so much - and he was flying and then he wasn't and after tonight the perfection of that moment still makes me gasp.

So I watched, and I fell a little in love with the show that night. And a little more every week, and by the end of the season I could hardly wait for S2. And I watched that, shortened as it was, and I started vidding and it was all about Nathan and Peter for me, except when it was about Gabriel and Peter - the twins-that-weren't-but-could-have-been-except-they-are-better-as-boyfriends-even-Eli-agrees.

If this is the last episode of Heroes... )

If it isn't... )

I'll Be Okay (slightly tweaked)
It's time to let you go, it's time to say goodbye
No more excuses, no more tears to cry
There's been so many changes, I was so confused
All along you were the one. All the time I never knew.

But its so hard to let you go now, all that could have been
I'll always have the memories; he'll always have you
Fate has a way of changing just when you don't want it to.

I won't give up... I won't give in...
I can't re-create what just might have been,

Can't go on forever, baby; I can't go on forever, baby...
Can't go on forever, baby... yeah...; I'll be OK

I'll be...

Feb. 8th, 2010 10:40 pm
heidi: (Heroes)
Okay.

I'm playing the soundtrack from My Best Friend's Wedding tonight and every song title and some of the lyrics are making me think of smidges of Heroes in the weirdest ways. I may end up doing a vid to "I'll Be Okay" (lyrics below) at some point - meta and those wonderful commentaries from S1 and S2, and the way Fuller did wonderful things and left and came back and reversed wonderful things that were in the pipeline and made them somehow worse than they would've been otherwise, and the wonderful cast members - Kristen and Brea and Dana Davis - who came and went, and the wonderful characters and powers and bits of string taped to maps and FORGIVE ME written in a closet and Claude, and Zach who was clearly the first example of the story and character going in one direction that was then changed inexplicably and we'll probably never know the real reason as to why.

Even when the plots were going weird and the characters made no sense from one episode to another and when there's no reason why they kept Sendhil around this season and wouldn't let him go be BFFs with David Tennant on "Rex Is Not Your Lawyer", I've watched, although the three episodes after Nathan this winter? I waited a few weeks to watch them, and it took last week and this week to recommit me fully.

As [livejournal.com profile] mystery_sock said earlier today - if it's the last episode ever, then it is.

Heroes started in September of 2006 - those of you who were on my flist then may remember that it debuted in what turned out to be the worst ten weeks of my life. My sister's husband died suddenly, then a cousin of Aaron's did as well, my daughter had her first asthma attack and ended up on steroids and in the middle of all of this, fandom had become decidedly not fun, or even pleasant, and I was completely and utterly heartbroken over it.

And this show came along. I'd heard a little about it but I mostly watched because my comic-book-loving husband wanted to, and it was on before the debut of Studio 60, which we all knew back in 2006 was going to be *the* hit of the season and of fannishness, I mean it was SORKIN.

But at nine o'clock there was a gorgeous voice with a lovely accent and then we saw Peter (oh, Milo, you've aged well but you are so much older now, only four years on) on that building in New York - the city I love so much - and he was flying and then he wasn't and after tonight the perfection of that moment still makes me gasp.

So I watched, and I fell a little in love with the show that night. And a little more every week, and by the end of the season I could hardly wait for S2. And I watched that, shortened as it was, and I started vidding and it was all about Nathan and Peter for me, except when it was about Gabriel and Peter - the twins-that-weren't-but-could-have-been-except-they-are-better-as-boyfriends-even-Eli-agrees. So many of you stopped watching, and every time I saw someone stop, I understood why - but I haven't stopped. Heroes is the first multi-season show that I've seen from the first episode - the first ever. Friends? I stopped watching somewhere in 2000 or 2001. Lois & Clark, the end of the Wedding Season. West Wing, I missed most of S6 and a lot of S7 and even those I mostly saw in catch-up sprees on DVDs. I didn't watch Buffy until S3 or 4, even with the new Doctor Who I didn't start until Dalek. Torchwood, I couldn't bear CoE so I've seen nothing of episodes 3, 4 or 5. I didn't start Supernatural until halfway the middle of S2.

But Heroes? If this is the end, then I've been with it from start to finish.

If this is the last episode of Heroes... )

If it isn't... )

I'll Be Okay (slightly tweaked)
It's time to let you go, it's time to say goodbye
No more excuses, no more tears to cry
There's been so many changes, I was so confused
All along you were the one. All the time I never knew.

But its so hard to let you go now, all that could have been
I'll always have the memories; he'll always have you
Fate has a way of changing just when you don't want it to.

I won't give up... I won't give in...
I can't re-create what just might have been,

Can't go on forever, baby, I can't go on forever, baby...
I'll be OK.

I'll be...

Feb. 8th, 2010 10:40 pm
heidi: (Heroes)
Okay.

I'm playing the soundtrack from My Best Friend's Wedding tonight and every song title and some of the lyrics are making me think of smidges of Heroes in the weirdest ways. I may end up doing a vid to "I'll Be Okay" (lyrics below) at some point - meta and those wonderful commentaries from S1 and S2, and the way Fuller did wonderful things and left and came back and reversed wonderful things that were in the pipeline and made them somehow worse than they would've been otherwise, and the wonderful cast members - Kristen and Brea and Dana Davis - who came and went, and the wonderful characters and powers and bits of string taped to maps and FORGIVE ME written in a closet and Claude, and Zach who was clearly the first example of the story and character going in one direction that was then changed inexplicably and we'll probably never know the real reason as to why.

Even when the plots were going weird and the characters made no sense from one episode to another and when there's no reason why they kept Sendhil around this season and wouldn't let him go be BFFs with David Tennant on "Rex Is Not Your Lawyer", I've watched, although the three episodes after Nathan this winter? I waited a few weeks to watch them, and it took last week and this week to recommit me fully.

As [livejournal.com profile] mystery_sock said earlier today - if it's the last episode ever, then it is.

Heroes started in September of 2006 - those of you who were on my flist then may remember that it debuted in what turned out to be the worst ten weeks of my life. My sister's husband died suddenly, then a cousin of Aaron's did as well, my daughter had her first asthma attack and ended up on steroids and in the middle of all of this, fandom had become decidedly not fun, or even pleasant, and I was completely and utterly heartbroken over it.

And this show came along. I'd heard a little about it but I mostly watched because my comic-book-loving husband wanted to, and it was on before the debut of Studio 60, which we all knew back in 2006 was going to be *the* hit of the season and of fannishness, I mean it was SORKIN.

But at nine o'clock there was a gorgeous voice with a lovely accent and then we saw Peter (oh, Milo, you've aged well but you are so much older now, only four years on) on that building in New York - the city I love so much - and he was flying and then he wasn't and after tonight the perfection of that moment still makes me gasp.

So I watched, and I fell a little in love with the show that night. And a little more every week, and by the end of the season I could hardly wait for S2. And I watched that, shortened as it was, and I started vidding and it was all about Nathan and Peter for me, except when it was about Gabriel and Peter - the twins-that-weren't-but-could-have-been-except-they-are-better-as-boyfriends-even-Eli-agrees. So many of you stopped watching, and every time I saw someone stop, I understood why - but I haven't stopped. Heroes is the first multi-season show that I've seen from the first episode - the first ever. Friends? I stopped watching somewhere in 2000 or 2001. Lois & Clark, the end of the Wedding Season. West Wing, I missed most of S6 and a lot of S7 and even those I mostly saw in catch-up sprees on DVDs. I didn't watch Buffy until S3 or 4, even with the new Doctor Who I didn't start until Dalek. Torchwood, I couldn't bear CoE so I've seen nothing of episodes 3, 4 or 5. I didn't start Supernatural until halfway the middle of S2.

But Heroes? If this is the end, then I've been with it from start to finish.

If this is the last episode of Heroes... )

If it isn't... )

I'll Be Okay (slightly tweaked)
It's time to let you go, it's time to say goodbye
No more excuses, no more tears to cry
There's been so many changes, I was so confused
All along you were the one. All the time I never knew.

But its so hard to let you go now, all that could have been
I'll always have the memories; he'll always have you
Fate has a way of changing just when you don't want it to.

I won't give up... I won't give in...
I can't re-create what just might have been,

Can't go on forever, baby, I can't go on forever, baby...
I'll be OK.
heidi: (flail)
Small Heroes spoiler for tonight's ep behind the cut, but if you have ever watched the show and stopped, you might want to read it.

This amusement never ends! )
Yeah, I'll be vidding tomorrow.
heidi: (flail)
Small Heroes spoiler for tonight's ep behind the cut, but if you have ever watched the show and stopped, you might want to read it.

This amusement never ends! )
Yeah, I'll be vidding tomorrow.
heidi: (unbrothers)
I'm still mad as hell and I don't have time to go 'round and 'round and 'round...

Heroes: The Wall )
heidi: (unbrothers)
I'm still mad as hell and I don't have time to go 'round and 'round and 'round...

Heroes: The Wall )
heidi: (winter)
[livejournal.com profile] thefridayfive: iTunes Five
1. What song do you play the most? Since I reset my numbers last June, Jason Mraz's I;m Yours is my most-played song, but in the last month the GLEE version of Halo/Walking on Sunshine is tops. Of all time, probably Don't Dream It's Over or Breakout.
2. What song do you play the least? Of all the songs I really like? It's probably something with curse words in it that I can't play in the car.
3. What's the last song you added? Hair/Crazy In Love from Glee
4. What's your favorite playlist? My workout one is pretty fantastic, but I also have one that's all Jason Manns, Kris Allen, the Scissor Sisters and Adam Lambert. It makes a lot of sense, and it's fantastic to listen to. If I add the songs from Glee to it, it will be perfection.
5. What kind of iPod (or MP3 player) do you have? I have a collection of ipods, because even when the screen is cracked I can find some use for it. I have an old-school shuffle for the gym, a nano for traveling, a cracked Classic for the car, my vintage 2003 ipod for the kitchen and my dad's old iphone for apps, and the kids.

[livejournal.com profile] fannish5: If you could resurrect/bring back five characters, who would they be? I assume I'm not technically allowed to say TEN at this point? Potential spoilers for Doctor Who, SPN and Heroes, so I'll cut it )


Day Four of the 30 Days meme asks for your favorite book. Definitely The Eight, although I recently reread Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk, and remembered how much I loved it in high school and college. I think it influenced me more than I care to admit much of the time.

Day Five asks for your favorite quote. I don't really have one, but from the Ask Caroline column in the Washington Post years ago, I used to have "Some people fear death; I fear literalists..." as my sig file. So it's either that or Eloise talking about pouring a pitcher of water down the mail chute, or the eternal words of wisdom:

"When going to hide, know how to get there, and how to get back. And eat first."

That's from Into the Woods and I <3 James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim eversoerymuch.

The days are... )
heidi: (winter)
[livejournal.com profile] thefridayfive: iTunes Five
1. What song do you play the most? Since I reset my numbers last June, Jason Mraz's I;m Yours is my most-played song, but in the last month the GLEE version of Halo/Walking on Sunshine is tops. Of all time, probably Don't Dream It's Over or Breakout.
2. What song do you play the least? Of all the songs I really like? It's probably something with curse words in it that I can't play in the car.
3. What's the last song you added? Hair/Crazy In Love from Glee
4. What's your favorite playlist? My workout one is pretty fantastic, but I also have one that's all Jason Manns, Kris Allen, the Scissor Sisters and Adam Lambert. It makes a lot of sense, and it's fantastic to listen to. If I add the songs from Glee to it, it will be perfection.
5. What kind of iPod (or MP3 player) do you have? I have a collection of ipods, because even when the screen is cracked I can find some use for it. I have an old-school shuffle for the gym, a nano for traveling, a cracked Classic for the car, my vintage 2003 ipod for the kitchen and my dad's old iphone for apps, and the kids.

[livejournal.com profile] fannish5: If you could resurrect/bring back five characters, who would they be? I assume I'm not technically allowed to say TEN at this point? Potential spoilers for Doctor Who, SPN and Heroes, so I'll cut it )


Day Four of the 30 Days meme asks for your favorite book. Definitely The Eight, although I recently reread Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk, and remembered how much I loved it in high school and college. I think it influenced me more than I care to admit much of the time.

Day Five asks for your favorite quote. I don't really have one, but from the Ask Caroline column in the Washington Post years ago, I used to have "Some people fear death; I fear literalists..." as my sig file. So it's either that or Eloise talking about pouring a pitcher of water down the mail chute, or the eternal words of wisdom:

"When going to hide, know how to get there, and how to get back. And eat first."

That's from Into the Woods and I <3 James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim eversoerymuch.

The days are... )
heidi: (No Actual Spoilers)
Spoiler warning for stills from SPN 5.04. I firmly believe, btw... )
Also, Universal sent me the photo I took with Tom Felton last week. He's an absolute sweetheart and is so gung ho about the WWoHP!
The pic. Blurry. )

I'm not normally into the trending topics of cleverness on Twitter, but at least 65% of the #1999icebreakers are amusing. So far.

I would be amiss if I didn't write something about Heroes last night. )
heidi: (No Actual Spoilers)
Spoiler warning for stills from SPN 5.04. I firmly believe, btw... )
Also, Universal sent me the photo I took with Tom Felton last week. He's an absolute sweetheart and is so gung ho about the WWoHP!
The pic. Blurry. )

I'm not normally into the trending topics of cleverness on Twitter, but at least 65% of the #1999icebreakers are amusing. So far.

I would be amiss if I didn't write something about Heroes last night. )
heidi: (Booze! 5)
Lots of goodies, including sneak previews of Flash Forward, Glee and Vampire Diaries - and there are pre-order specials for a bunch of ABC serieses - hoping that other networks do the same. One thing I've already downloaded is the SPN Sneak Preview of S5 here.

Spoilers, obviously. Spoilers, in fact, on the iTunes info pages if you accept that any hint about the next season of something is a spoiler.

Supernatural Teddy Bear auctions in support of my friend [profile] laughingirl's Avon Walks breast cancer fundraiser. Jared's is here (currently 61 bucks) and Jensen's is here, at $71 right now. Only two days left to bid, and all proceeds go to Avon Walks.

I also found, while looking for pre-orders for Heroes, the Heroes Comic Book Reader app for iphone and Touch. It looks fantastic - it has *all* the Heroes graphic novels in readable form.

So, does anyone *really* want John Winchester's Journal in interactive form (including clips from Show) as an iTunes app? Who do we ask for this?

Heading to Atlanta in the AM for Dragon*Con - but I will only be there until Friday evening. I'll be in the Tom Felton autograph line on Friday - I have a bag from Comic Con to get signed - and at his panel. Anyone else getting into that line at 230/3-ish, or should we get in line earlier?
heidi: (X-School Musical)
What I want from the Disney/Marvel Merger Thingy:

1. Major Marvel movie incorporation into Disney Studios. The Great Movie Ride deserves a major refurb, and incorporating Marvel films into it would be fantastic. But not all of it. I mean, Wolverine jumping at you instead of the creature from Alien would be terrific; replacing Gene Kelly in the Singin' In the Rain scene there with a singing Hugh Jackman is probably not necessary.

2. Marvel-inspired stuff where the clubs at Pleasure Island used to be. Tony Stark could "buy the place out", set up a few good burger joints, web-ify the old surf club. Lots of possibilities.

3. A good comic book store where the Virgin Megastore used to be. A really huge, excellent comic book store with museum-quality action figure and old issue displays.

4. A new resort based on Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

What I want from the new season of Heroes (and yes, I know some spoilers but none are revealed here, hence the lack of cut-tag):

1. Petrellis interacting with each other.

2. Claude. Ideally interacting with Petrellis. Or at least Peter.

3. No new Petrellis.*

* Sylar would not count as "new". That's just retconning.

What I want from the new season of Supernatural (and yes, I know some spoilers but none are revealed here, hence the lack of cut-tag)

1. A Leverage crossover

2. Bodyswap.

3. Gender swap wherein Jessica Alba plays Dean and Alexis Bleidel plays Sam.

4. Anything filmed at the Vancouver Aquarium, which is probably the only location in Vancouver that hasn't been used for filming yet. The belugas there are gorgeous. Has the Leverage crew stolen water mammals yet?

5. Ghostfacers.

And one spoilery thing I want re Sueprnatural )

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