The Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the biggest things to ever happen to Hollywood, but was it not for the short-sightedness of some Sony executives back in the late 90s, it could have been a very different thing.
It's hard to imagine that only 10 year's ago, the concept of a shared universe was not even around and superhero movies were considered risky by most studios. Now Marvel has not only got everyone trying to make a shared universe, but proven that you can make lots of money by doing it at the same time.
It’s actually easy to own a piece of Wakanda without having to worry about being sliced to ribbons by a man who wields the power of a panther deity. Hot Toys are taking a second crack at the Wakandan king, ahed of the release of Black Panther.
With Avengers 3 out in May and promising to craft a tale that focuses on a decade’s worth of story centered on the universe-shattering Infinity Stones, the cosmic treasures are once again in the spotlight within the pages of Marvel’s various comics. There’s a twist to the stones this time however, as the publisher broke down what it calls the Infinity Circuit and how this new setup has the potential to make them even more powerful.
Disney is launching their own streaming service next year, but it will be strictly family-friendly. So where does that leave their current shows running on the likes of Netflix which don't quite fit that description?
The Dangerous Book for Boys is the upcoming Amazon Original series from Bryan Cranston and Greg Mottola that's based on the bestselling non-fiction book of the same name. It's a heartwarming story of a family overcoming loss with the help of a book filled with life lessons that was handed down from a father to his three boys.
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