Does Charlie Cox’s mysterious depature from attending Celebrity Fan Fest mean he’s going in to do reshoots for Spider-Man No Way Home?
“Charlie Cox had to cancel a convention appearance, and now our Spidey-senses are tingling. No really, we’re thinking he had to go film reshoots for Marvel and Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. The rumor of Cox’s return to Daredevil himself, Matt Murdock, has been going around online, whether it be to help defend Peter Parker against the accusations made by Quentin Beck or working with fellow lawyer Jennifer Walters in She-Hulk.“
Rube Goldberg would be proud of these insanely creative LEGO machines.
“There’s a peculiar subset of Lego fan that doesn’t spend their time building perfect replicas of iconic cars or elaborate brick-built model railroads. They instead create Great Ball Contraptions, or GBCs, for short: complicated contraptions that do nothing more than move tiny balls from area to another.”
A blast from the past, you can have these vintage video game magazines delivered to your door just like the good ol’ days.
“Bright, colorful, choked with ads, and filled with articles dated before they even left the publisher’s warehouse, retro video game magazines are delightful little static moments in video game history preserved on paper. The Video Game History Foundation’s vintage magazine subscription service wants to deliver these ancient nostalgia bombs to your doorstep as long as you keep payin’.”
Wait a second, is Marvel’s first dive into animation What If…? actually going to be canon?
“What If…? doesn’t appear to take place alongside WandaVision or The Falcon and the Winter Soldier — in fact, the series doesn’t even occur in the same universe. Given that, it could feel like an optional watch for Marvel fans, but a new interview with Loki star Tom Hiddleston reveals there’s more to What If…? than meets the eye.”
From A Star is Born to Ducktales, these remakes and reboots actually justified their existence.
“We say we hate reboots. We’ll happily go on and on about how we’d much rather have something newer, fresher, more original. And yet—remakes and re-dos remain reliably big business. In fairness, it’s been this way from the beginning, with film producers mining books and plays for ideas more frequently than pursuing new ideas. It’s pure economics: Movies are expensive, and past success hints at the promise of future success.”
Not Another Teen Movie and other, well teen movies you should check out on Amazon Prime.
“Sometimes you just want to regress back to high school where the drama is intense, but the stakes are often lower than they are in the adult world. Thank god for teen movies, then. The teen movie has become a genre unto itself, and we’ve searched through Amazon Prime to find the best offerings on that streaming service. There’s a nice mix of everything from dumb comedies to intense tearjerkers. Start streaming.”