Anonymous asked:(1 of 2, I apologize for the length) I've been figuring out how to phrase this without being weird ... But, every time that you become the focal point of a nerd impotent rage campaign I'm afraid you'll leave the internet, and if you did, I wouldn't get to say thank you for making me rethink my views about myself. I think it was easy to say 'Oh, I'm a liberal, I support women and minorities, I voted for Kerry!' but I’ve realized over two years of following you on Tumblr,
(2 of 2, apologize again) and seeing your personal stories and the stories you post that being complacent is being complicit, and something I...
I loved Catwoman’s sense of humor. I love how sly she is. I love how she, to use a cat metaphor, walks the fence and you don’t know which side she’s going to come down on. She’s totally independent. And let’s face it, she’s badass.
It happened in the midst of a massive crowd scene on Wall Street in Manhattan, during a fight sequence between their two characters.
“It was the first time I ever heard Christian say he was tired,” Hardy remembers. “I was watching him for however many months getting beaten up and wet and cold, and he never said anything. Inside, I was dying, but I was thinking, ‘This can’t bother me because he’s not bothered.’ But on Wall Street, he just turned and said, ‘You know what? I’m exhausted.’ I said, ‘Me too.’”
“We stopped the fight and started hugging each other,” Bale adds.