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About that girl in the photo:
Hi there! Call me Ami online. In "real" life, Evie will do.
I'm 36 currently.
I have Fibromyalgia, and sometimes life is VERY challenging.
I love God, believe in Him, and consider myself a Christian.
I love all of God's creatures.
Well OK...maybe not mosquitoes.
Current tools of the trade:
Camera: Canon EOS 70D
Lenses: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II, Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM , Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 SP Di VC USD XLD
About my photography: I only use natural light and never use flash. I do not use Photoshop and only do minor editing with either Windows Photo Gallery or Photofiltre (highly recommended). My style is extremely challenging because of this but I feel it is the best way to learn. My biggest tip to other photographers would be to get out there and photograph everything. Look above you and below you. The more you look around, the more wonders you will see.
Who Are You In The Mane 6?
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In a recent fan interaction, Leigh Whannell, director of Insidious Chapter 3, revealed whether the red faced demon from the first chapter would return in the prequel.
During the special Facebook fan interaction, Whannell was asked a question about whether fans should prepare to be pushed to the edge of their seats by the creepy monster, which was unnamed in the movie.
"I'm gonna go ahead and say no. Spoiler! No, it's an all new creature," he wrote in response.
When the question was asked again, Whannell went ahead and spilled a bit more stating that "there's an even scarier demon."
Really? REALLY?! Well then guess what, I won't be seeing it. Just like I didn't see the 2nd. James Wan left, didn't finish the trilogy (he may later on but that's to be determined) and my favorite character is once again skipped over when he could be the most fascinating aspect of the Further.
This is so irritating, like Nightcrawler having yet to come back in the X-Men franchise (PREQUELS, PREQUELS EVERYWHERE...SICK OF IT!!!) and that last movie was totally lame...I hated everything about it but this is about Insidious, not X-men...
So I want I really want to know is...why did they play his "theme song"? What is the point of that? To trick hopeful fans into believeing he might be coming back but he isn't? *sigh* I'll tell you what...until James Wan comes back onto the scene I won't be watching any other Insidious movies. I didn't see the 2nd either.
I'll wait until they decide to finish the trilogy with Wan as director and continuing the story from the 2nd. Then I'll watch the 2nd at that point.