When my cousin asked me in the beginning of May if I was interested in going with him to London at the end of May, I had to think about it for a few hours and check if I could get time off to go. But once decided I started looking around on the internet what was going on in London and what we could do in the three days that we were going.
When I was asked if I wanted to go along to London recently, I started watching around which plays were on. I had some choices ready for my travelling companion to choose from “People, Place and things” (which I would have watched just to see if it really is that good to move from the National Theatre to West End), Wicked (I’ve wanted to see this musical ever since I read the book by Gregory Maguire) and Doctor Faustus was the third choice I gave.
I’ve seen all X-men films that they have released up till now and so the latest installment of the series couldn’t stay unwatched for long. I have been keeping an eye on timelines ever since they have started the whole X-men with the younger cast, since it should all tie-in with the stories with the older generation (I’m talking about Stewart and McKellen).
Sometimes I just have the need to build some LEGO. I bought some small boxes of the CREATOR line and that means that I have 3 different things to make. So I chose what I think I want to display ahead of time and start building one of the other possibilities.
I have been preparing for this film for ages, reading the comics, choosing a side. Yes, I am team Captain America. A lot of people give me funny looks when I say this, but I find Tony Stark a bit of a cocky ass. Having said that, I think I need to explain it a little. I’m talking about comic book Tony not MCU Tony, Robert Downey Jr. makes Tony loveable.