|Asa Butterfield is Spider-Man [Source]|
Since Asa Butterworth may be the new Spider-Man, here are some articles you need to read about him.
LinksAsa Maxwell Thornton Farr Butterfield was born 1 April 1997 in England. He's best known for playing Bruno in the Holocaust film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008), the young Mordred in the hit BBC TV Series Merlin, Norman in the 2010 film Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, and Hugo for Martin Scorsese's Hugo (2011) and Ender Wiggins the movie Ender's Game (2013). He's still been acting and has starred in Morgan Matthews' X+Y and Ten Thousand Saints.
1. Rumor: Asa Butterfield is Spider-Man
2. Asa Butterfield's Facebook Page
3. Asa Butterfield's Twitter account
4. Asa Butterfield's Instagram Page
5. How tall is Asa Butterfield?
Everyone is showing pictures of him when he's ten years old. he's 5' 10" (1.78 m) now.
6. Video: Teenage Dirtbag (Mash-Up) by Asa ButterfieldIn 2004, at the age of seven, Asa made a mashup of the songs 'Teenage Dirtbag' (by Wheatus) and 'Making plans for Nigel' (by XTC), and he also sings on it, for a contest in his school. He won a Fender guitar, and his song aired live on the radio.
7. 8 Things To Know About Hugo’s Asa Butterfield!
9. ‘Ender’s Game’ Star Asa Butterfield Reveals His Painful Space Camp Regiment
Butterfield is used to working on physically demanding movies
10. Asa Butterfield, 'Hugo' Star, Talks Martin Scorsese, 3D and 'Ender's Game'
TelevisionStar Trek: The Animated Series - "The Terratin Incident" (01x11) - Recommended
Wikipedia Synopsis: "In this episode, after an apparent attack, the crew of the Enterprise find themselves beginning to shrink in size toward the point that they will no longer be able to control the ship."
This episode is fun, but Captain Kirk makes the most shocking mistakes in judgement that I've ever seen. First, he leaves his mission the investigate of a planet to search for a message that has two words. He doesn't understand the words and has no way of knowing if it's important. Then, when his chief science officer Mr. Spock warns him that it would be dangerous to go into a planet's atmosphere he goes anyway after checking with his engineering chief. The crew is almost stranded and he decides the best thing to do is send the captain to the planet alone with no guarantee that he can get back in ten minutes. Anyway, it all works out, but what a horrible captain he is.The scientific explanation of everything by Paul Schneider is wonderful and really well-done. It's a great and fun episode.
- Star Trek TAS "The Terratin Incident" (via Spacerguy)
- Star Trek: The Terratin Incident (via Armchair Squid)