You know, I don't Twitter, bother with Twitterers or keyboard warriors, people with more time on their hands than common sense to do something more productive.
For myself, I believe that Ms Rose got hurt while doing a stunt on Batwoman and was probably rushed to hospital where she received emergency surgery. Although no one has admitted this, which may be due to legal reasons, back injuries can have life changing consequences.
However, I am speculating that as she was injured on the job, she should therefore get the best medical and physical treatments available, paid for by CW's insurance carrier.
And finally, I do wish wholeheartedly Ms Rose a speedy and full recovery, and hopefully pick up her career where she left off.
Believe it or not, I read an article dated 15th March this morning saying that someone else has been paralysed in an accident while filming Batwoman season 1, here's the URL:
Now, presuming the article is true, why would anyone want the work on Batwoman when there is an ever present danger of ending up in a wheel chair. There must be something very wrong if two people can have life changing accidents, during the same season of the same show.
Personally, if I was in Ms Ruby Rose position, and now knowing what I know, I would resign also, it's just not safe.
You may have heard but if not we are finally getting the Snyder Cut to Justice League. ☺
Well the US are at least for HBO Max next year. So hopefully Sky pick it up or Amazon Prime maybe? (since they have the original on prime.)
I did mean to post this days ago. 😂
Yeah, I heard and there's all sorts of fan theories why this came about. The one I think most likely is when AT&T took over WB, they cleared out the old guard that made all those disastrous decisions that lost so much money (and made so many bad films). Besides, the old guard did not listen to the fandom or, it seems, understood the film properties they had.
Anyway, it looks like AT&T are going to build the WB brand back up, possibly to stand "toe to toe" with Marvel, and get some products on their streaming service fans want to see and, most importantly, pay for, hence the Snyder Cut.
If the Snyder Cut meet expectations when it comes out in 2021, there's a strong possibility that there might also be a David Ayer's cut of the Suicide Squad, which as you know had it's cinema release butchered by the former suits at WB.
(Bring back Jared Leto's Joker)
Hi Ladies and Gents
Can't wait for Crisis... to come on Now TV anymore, 'sides my Crisis... DVD arrived at 6.30pm today so I'm gonna have a Crisis... fest from 11pm onwards.
PS. Too bad the Crisis... heavy Black Lightning episode is not on the DVD as well, can't have everything.
Hi Casey (& the Gang)
Just watched an entire DVD sesh of Crisis on Infinite Earths, the way it was meant to be seen, a 3.5 hours of super hero entertainment.
I now believe that you can't get the full flavour of the crossovers unless you watch them back to back. You see, watching an episode on following days looses something, this would be worse watching an episode once a week.
So yes, I'm happy with this year's crossover and, honestly, see no point in watching (a spoiled) Crisis... (with missing parts) on Now TV.