Daily Archives April 11, 2019

The Russo’s: No one has correctly guessed the ending to ‘Endgame’ yet

It happened not soon after Thanos had Completed his SNAP! heard around the Universe at the end of Infinity War. After the initial shock went away, fans started to theorize how this could be resolved. It had to be resolved, didn’t it? Spider-Man, Black Panther, The Guardians of the Galaxy, Dr. Strange, the Wasp, Wanda, Bucky…all super hero dust. That couldn’t be how it ended, especially for those who had sequels to film. There has to be a solution. So fans came up with them. In all manners, and all combinations. Some involved time travel, some involved the Quantum Realm,
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The 4DX Experience AKA The future of Movies

The 4DX Experience AKA The future of Movies Here’s a question for you. What’s the best way to experience a movie? I’m talking about a real tent pole / blockbuster movie experience! Let’s say a movie you’ve been waiting for is finally coming out. How do you want to experience it? Do you want reclining seats? Do you want a huge screen? Do you want the sound to be incredible? What if I told you that there was an even better way to experience a film? A way (several ways, actually) where you were practically in the film? Well, that’s
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“Avengers: Endgame” Runtime – GOOD OR BAD FOR MOVIE THEATERS?

Disney/Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, the latest installment in the MCU coming to theaters on April 26, is expected to be the biggest blockbuster movie of 2019. It has already broken all kinds of records before it has even been released. Despite the buzz, Endgame is now posing potential problems for movie theaters with its current runtime of over 3 hours, the longest MCU movie to date. While moviegoers are going to have to push through without any intermission breaks, a longer runtime also means there are less showings per movie theater per day. Less showings could negatively impact how opening weekend
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George R.R. Martin Gives An Update on The ‘The Winds of Winter’

With the final season of Game of Thrones starting this Sunday, you might forget that this whole thing started with the series of Fire and Ice books written by George R.R. Martin. Starting with A Game of Thrones, which was followed by A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, and A Dance with Dragons. However, there was supposed to be a sixth book. The ever-elusive, seemingly never coming, The Winds of Winter. Recently, in conjunction with the upcoming climatic Season premier for HBO’s celebrated series, Martin was asked if he had an update on when “Winter
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New ‘Monster’s Inc.’ TV Series Announced for Disney+

It looks like we are heading back to Monstropolis and meeting up with our favorite monster duo again! In 2020, Monsters at Work will be making its debut on Disney+, the upcoming streaming service delivering original film and television content from Walt Disney studios. It will be an animated TV spin-off based on the 2001 original Pixar film, Monster’s Inc. The exciting part is that John Goodman and Billy Crystal will be reprising their roles as the original voice actors of Sulley and Mike Wazowski. Other members from the original cast who will be starring in the new show includes
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Destiny 2’s Next Big Event, The Revelry, Will Be Arriving Soon

Bungie has officially revealed what Destiny 2’s next big event will be…The Revelry! I hope you’re ready to hop into some Easter fun. No, I’m not ashamed of that pun. Not one bit. Verdant Forest The main piece of added content for the Revelry, which starts Tuesday, April 16 and ends Tuesday, May 7 is a new activity called the Verdant Forest. Whilst players who experienced the Haunted Forest might be feeling some Deja vu this time its blooming bright with all the flora of Spring and will apparently have some “New twists to fight through.”. You have to clear as
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‘Game of Thrones’ Creators Weiss and Benioff Were Concerned Kit Harrington Didn’t Like The End of The Series

It has been said many times that the cast and crew of Game of Thrones were like a family. As such, the opinions of how the cast felt about how their characters were being written was important to the show’s Creators, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff. So when it came time for the final season’s scripts to be read by the cast, Weiss and Benioff waited to hear from each of the cast to hear how they felt about their conclusion to the series. One by one, they eventually heard from every cast member except one: Kit Harrington. His silence
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