Eddie Brock and Venom’s bromance is back in the latest look at Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
“There is no greater love than the one between a man and his symbiote. In a new trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Eddie Brock and Venom are fighting with each other about whether or not Venom can eat people. According to Eddie, when Venom is living in his body, he has to follow his rules. But then again, it’s Venom, so the chances of that happening are slim to none.”
Marvel’s What If…? is introducing Marvel Zombies to the MCU! Here’s where the show drew inspiration from the comics.
“At first glance, the upcoming Marvel Disney+ series looks like a faithful adaptation of the What If…? comic series, complete with introductions by Uatu the Watcher. However, a close look at the trailer reveals a key clue about an episode that finds its inspiration outside the What If…? branded comics.”
Could the Jungle Cruise box office numbers spell more controversy for Disney and their hybrid releases on streaming?
“A massive Disney blockbuster starring the biggest star in the world is the number one film at the box office. This much is to be expected. But coming a week after another megastar sued Disney over their similarly successful film, there are certainly many things to discuss.”
Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump wrote special music for the upcoming animated series Marvel’s Spidey And His Amazing Friends.
“According to Billboard, Fall Out Boy member Patrick Stump ‘created all the music for an upcoming Disney Junior series called Marvel’s Spidey And His Amazing Friends, and while the show itself certainly seems like it’s targeting a significantly younger audience than the average Spider-Man thing Stump makes it sound like he had a whole lot of fun putting the music together.”
Sometimes we just can’t have nice things, like McDonald’s giving away PlayStation 5 controllers.
“As of last week McDonald’s Australia had been planning on giving away a bunch of custom PS5 controllers, each plastered with a burgers + fries motif in celebration of the company’s 50th birthday (in Australia). Weirdly, the international dining behemoth forgot to ask Sony about this first.”
MTV turns 40! Here are some fun facts you might not have known about the iconic TV channel.
“Now that almost every single music promo is just a finger click away, it’s easy to forget that at the dawn of the music video age, schedule-hopping specialist TV shows like USA’s Video Concert Hall and Nickelodeon’s PopClips were largely the only way audiences could access music videos. That all changed with the launch of MTV at 12:01 a.m. on August 1, 1981.”