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I've been trying to not freak out about tonight... but I'm off to watch Avengers: Age of Ultron!

I've been possibly misleading people about how much I'm obsessed with the MCU, but, yeah, I think they might possibly freak out about how freaked out I am currently being. But good freaking out. On my part. Yeah, I'm not making much sense, am I?

So. Yeah. This is the post.

Or, no, wait. This post might also be about the things that I expect to happen. But then I don't really have time to mention them. 'Cause I should be out the door by five for rehearsal. And then AVENGING!

Short and sweet: Hawkeye better not die! Winter Soldier?!? Black Widow needs to talk to some other female characters, OK?!? Black Widow/Wanda 4EVAH!!!

All righty.

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Is it May first yet? No? Here's some more reasons Avengers: Age of Ultron will be fantabulous. And why it needs to come out now, if possible—which is not the case, really, but I'm in a ranty sort of mood, so let's go with it.

(i). Elizabeth Olsen is a version of Scarlet Witch I want to know more about. Kinda knowing about a character from hearsay and (very informative) YouTube videos is one thing, but being confronted with a live-action version in a wildly-anticipated film is beyond anything any of my expectations could have prepared me for (had I any expectations—the benefit of not having grown up with comic books?!?).

I maybe just want Elizabeth Olsen to be in as many awesome films as possible, but, besides that, I would have been slightly disappointed in Age of Ultron overall if the newly-introduced characters would have been either uninteresting or too forced. I'm speaking right now as if having already seen the movie, but just from the trailers the characterisation looks promising—and kind of exciting, too.

(ii). Credible special effects used in moderation? Check! (No, really, enough said.)

(iii). I miss storytelling which makes you yearn for even more storytelling. Put differently, I want to hear a really good yarn, or, alternately, watch a film which makes me smile in anticipation for the next scene; and the next; and the next. The reason I read and watch television and movies, and even write myself, is because I like stories, whether they're metaphysical holistic novels about very little that's actually concrete, or just compelling stories about characters who feel as real as you and me. I want to feel a story in my bones; my marrow misses a good yarn as well.

(iv). There's a lot of bullshit in the world. Hell, a good chunk of it gets made into film just to charge people just under twenty dollars a pop to watch it unfold. Let's hear it for some non-bullshit for a change, yes/yes?

(v). I need something good in my life right now, OK? Series I love love love get cancelled for no good reason. Books I adore don't get the visibility they deserve. That creepy movie adaptation of that one badly-written (and equally-creepy) porny (sorta?!?) schmoopy book that's really fanfic of a truly incredibly creepy book about sparking vampires is coming out in about a week and a half, or whenever Valentine's Day is. Post-Valentine's Day candy-and-chocolate sales cannot come soon enough. I just want. This. One. Thing. In my life. Now. Please?

Will Age of Ultron make me genuinely happy as only some things on a really big screen can? Then there's nothing left to say... until the next post exactly like this one comes along. Watch this space blog!

On a sorta slightly similar note, when exactly did I start blogging about superhero movies? Then again, maybe the real question is why wasn't I doing so before. *grin*

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