Marvel Cinematic Universe

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  1. Lutter

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    It's a real shame that Disney forgot to cancel this one in time.
     
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    Interesting. Hearing positive things about Dark Phoenix.

    Review embargo is up at midnight tonight CST.
     
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    LOL JK

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    DP was terrible. X-Men desperately need a total reboot.

    I thought Far From Home was solidly OK. It had a few problems but was overall pretty fun. We are definitely in the post-Endgame era.
     
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    I enjoyed the new Spider Man. I really enjoy Tom Holland's performance even though the whole tone of Spider Man is wildly different than what came before.
     
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    Man, Marvel with the deep cuts on the new phase. They don't give a fuck, they're like "Watch us make a billion dollars with Shang fuckin CHI"

    Also, Mahaahshshaalallala Ali as Blade? Fuck yeah.
     
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    With the way movie fandom and politics and internet have converged recently I'm not looking forward to people going:

    "MCU IS IGNORING WHITE MEN NOW. WATCH AS THE BOX OFFICE PLUMMENTS!"

    Cool though that Natalie Portman is back considering it seemed like they were ignoring her for the past few years.
     
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    Already in full throat on social media.
     
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    It was more like the other way around, Natalie Portman wanted out. I think the fact that they said you will become the new female Thor is wanted convinced her to come back
     
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    She wanted out because they told her that Patty Jenkins would direct Thor 2. Instead, she got Alan Taylor and was in the movie for like, 15 minutes. Also, that movie was butt
     
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    I saw she at Comic Con the day before they announced it. I was slightly curious why she was there other than the Thor 4 possibility. And there we go! The Mighty Thor is a great storyline. It's also pretty heavy. I'm curious how it get handled. Either way, TaikaWatittitiiti is directing, I'm IN!
     
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    Is there a TPB of that out yet
     
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    Several. And it's tricky, it's not vol1-3, they all had differnt names. I think that's how it went
     
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    I'm excited for a Blade reboot. I hope it's rated R. Blade just doesn't have the same effect without all the gore
     
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    The next Doc. Strange is supposed to be a borderline horror film. So, an R rated Blade film might not be far off.

    And if not.....we'll always have Blade 1 and 2.