The Avengers

I claimed a hangover day today after spending most of¬†all of yesterday in bed, so me and Sunshine decided to hit the cinema. We went to see The Avengers, and it was gooood. I absolutely loved it, and I have now spent the past half hour googling the characters. Iron Man must be the most epic person slash superhero there ever was, and I’m sure Hawkeye would totally beat Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games.

The only character I didn’t get was Black Widow, there just didn’t seem to be anything super about her, and that has nothing to do with me wishing I looked like Scarlett Johansson. The only thing she really had going for her was that she was a spy, and that she was one hell of a fighter. James Bond is good at shooting a gun aswell, but no one has ever called him a super hero. I’m just saying. And it annoyed me how she was fighting the bad guys with a bloody hand gun. Thor has his hammer, Captain America has his shield, Hawkeye has his bow and so on. She has a hand gun! With probably no more than 12 bullets, so what is she gonna do when it runs out? Never mind, I keep forgetting it’s a movie; of course she never runs out.

And she wore her hair down the entire movie! I put my hair up just to eat.

My rant is over. It’s not like I needed a female character to look up to anyway, because Robin from How I Met Your Mother was in it! Damn straight, and she was awesome. Me and Sunshine spent the first 10 minutes of the movie telling each other how much we want to be her. And she isn’t even posing as a super hero!

Like a boss.

Gotta go download Iron Man now. And get ready for my DRIVING LESSON tomorrow. Yea, you read that right, so if you hear about any accidents in South London tomorrow, you’ll know who to blame.

Update from the City of Angels

The filming of the Late Late show was really funny, and Adam Goldberg was one of the guests (he was on Friends, google him and you’ll recognise him). When we got back to Hollywood Boulevard the premiere of the Avengers was almost finished, but we still saw Tom Hiddleton, Audrina Patridge, Seth Green, Robert Downey Jr. (!!!) and a couple more. So much fun, even though I didn’t get a good photo of Robert.

We had dinner at Hard Rock Cafe and when we got back to the hotel we found out that our window looks right down to the back entrance of the El Capitan cinema, where the premiere was held. There were loads of bodyguards and paparazzis there, and a black, important-looking car, so we waited and hoped for Scarlett Johanson to come out. She didn’t, but it was Robert Downey Jr. Again! I didn’t get one good photo of him then either, but it is still very exciting. It turns out our room is the best place to stalk celebs, haha.

Today we are going on a bus tour to see the Hollywood sign, Mulholland Drive, Chateau Marmont and different celebrity homes. Hope you guys have (had) a good day!

Most of the photos are on my camera btw, but I took a couple with my iPhone just to show you :)