Tony Kaye, the filmmaker best known for American History X and the abortion documentary Lake of Fire, is reportedly looking toward the future with his next feature. The crazy thing is Kaye and producer Sam Khoze also apparently hope their robot star earns a SAG card for its performance.
Superman Speed Force Suit: Emil took the concept of sending Clark into the sun to remove his irradiation to fashion a containment suit.
He then modified the suit to collect speed energy so Clark could be able to use it to constantly move fast enough to confront the demon. This costume is half black half electric-blue, covering all of his body and with a bright House of El emblem on the chest.
He has been seen wearing the speed force suit in the following episodes: Green Lantern Superman as a Green Lantern As a Green Lantern, Clark wears a sleek energy constructed uniform, created by his power ringwhich is a necessary accessory.
Like all Green Lanterns ' costumes, its colors are green and black. He wears a black tight suit, which covers all of his body except from his hands and face, underneath the energy contracted green details of his costume, which includes bracelets, boots and the emblem of House of El, instead of that of the Green Lanterns, on his chest, which expands into a big armor covering his chest, neck, belly and shoulders.
While in costume his eyes also glow green. He has been seen wearing the Green Lantern uniform in the following episodes: Lantern Personality "What's real is your strength and integrity and compassion.
As long as you remain honest to those things, it doesn't matter what you wear or what name you go by, because Clark strongly believes that feelings such as compassion are synonymous to the human race, and thinks humans are, on the whole, noble beings.
He has often expressed a desire to be human and a disdain towards his alien heritage, probably because he feels his biology hinders his humanity despite several people telling him that humanity is more than biology.
Clark is childish and sometimes sarcastic. This self-loathing is probably why Clark internalizes situations and believes everything is his fault or revolves around him in some fashion. It deeply affects him when his loved ones suffer because of his secretas he fails to consider that people who love him would willingly suffer for him and instead blames himself for any trouble that befalls them, regardless as to whether he's responsible or not.
Clark has made some improvements toward accepting who he is, expressing gratefulness for his abilities and taking pride in his compassion for the human race, which he views as a strength.
However, after reuniting with Lana in the fall ofhe abandoned these plans and declared his intent to attempt to make a "normal" life with her on the farm.
He has several times assumed that because someone is human and does not have his powers, they are completely incapable of taking care of themselves.
In this way, he believes that all humans depend on him to protect him. He fails to take into account that some humans are capable of caring for themselves. Clark has two notable characteristics that he takes directly after his biological parents Jor-El and Lara: His father's independent spirit and his mother's never-ending bravery and compassionate heart.
Abandoned Clark is idealistic and has the ability to always find the good in people, which manifests itself into a willingness to trust others to a fault.
He trusted Lex Luthor for several seasons, despite indications that Lex was engaged in unethical projects.
He was willing to give Zod a chanceeven though he knew that his original self had contributed to the destruction of Krypton. He was willing to trust Lionel Luthor from Season 5 on despite the many previous indications of Lionel's villainy.
He continued to consider Pete Ross a friend even after Pete proved a poor custodian of his secret and began to engage in unethical behavior, often blaming Clark for his problems due to knowing the secret causing him too much stress.
He continued to love and trust Lana even though she had married his former best friend and current enemy Lex Luthor.
He was willing to trust Brainiac 5 when he said he had been re-programmed, even though previous versions of the Kryptonian supercomputer had tried to resurrect Zod, kill him, his loved ones, unleash the Doomsday beast, and destroy the entire planet of Earth.
He was willing to put Tess Mercer in charge of Watchtowerdespite knowing that she, like Lex, was involved in unethical activities and had previously sided with Zod and the Kandorian army against Earth.Discuss: Racism in America This is a thread dedicated to discussion of race issues in the US.
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Free american history papers, essays, and research papers. American History X directed by Tony Kaye brings a new meaning to racism.
This movie is about modern-day racial hatred in even the most urban areas today. This movie shows that racial hatred, does not accomplish anything but more hate, and that with due time it will come back to haunt you.
Nov 20, · Watch video · To sum up American History X is a powerful intelligent drama, which provides plenty of discussion after the movie. This film should be on every high school curriculum of people found this review helpful/10(K). Origin Iron Man's Original Armor. Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark was born in Long Island, New York, to Howard Anthony Stark and Maria Collins Carbonell Stark.
In his youth, Tony Stark was a. A Star is Manufactured: Robot Actor to Lead Tony Kaye's '2nd Born' Share Tweet The ‘American History X’ director will cast an artificial intelligence as the star of his next movie.