Archive for February 11, 2018
Among the three blockbusters that Marvel has in store for fans in 2018, Ant-Man And The Wasp arguably has the least buzz. While Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War are both a pretty big deal for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (T’Challa’s first solo movie, and the culmination of ten years of build-up to Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet), Ant-Man and the Wasp just seems like a fun, low-stakes sequel.
Sure, Peyton Reed’s second MCU movie will mark Evangeline Lilly’s first adventure as as The Wasp, but besides that it just looks like your typical superhero popcorn flick. At any other given year, that may have worked, but on ...
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A celebrity marriage is 50 percent more likely to end in divorce than it is for a normal person. In other words, it’s not looking good for them. Whether it’s their high-pressure life in front of the bright lights of Hollywood, or drama behind the scenes, a lot of these glamorous relationships simply don’t last.
Have you ever wondered just exactly how short some of these marriages can actually be? Well, we will give you some insight into the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it reality of celebrity marriages.
The average marriage lasts around eight years, with celebrity unions typically ending somewhere within the first four years. The majority of the famous couples on this list barely cracked the 12-month mark ...
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After Lucasfilm announced that Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss had been hired to create a new series of Star Wars films, Variety examined who had been involved in writing and directing previous Star Wars films. They found that of the 24 writers and directors of Star Wars films, including announced upcoming films, 96% were white men. The one exception to the rule that the Variety article includes is Leigh Brackett, who wrote the original screenplay for The Empire Strikes Back (1980). As of yet, no person of color written or directed a Star Wars film.
There is, however, an additional dimension to the creation ...
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They say that the best hero is only judged by their best villain. As comic books have gone on and superheroes have gotten more and more powerful, so have their enemies.
Long gone are the days of a good guy swinging through the streets and taking out basic gangsters. Today’s comic books often see the entire universe in peril at the hands of an overpowered, godlike being.
In this list, we’re going to take a look at the most powerful bad guys in all of comics. Ones that can’t be taken down by just one hero. These miscreants often find themselves facing down dozens and dozens of do-gooders.
Luckily for them, they have a variety of powers that make them a formidable ...
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