Link Tank: Kingpin Could be Making a Triumphant Return in Hawkeye

Kingpin might be back, Deep Blue Sea is deeper than you think, Pokémon GO is still glitching, and more in Link Tank!

Fan-favorite Vincent D’Onofrio as Kingpin might be returning in the MCU Hawkeye series on Disney+.

“Hawkeye may be the butt of most Marvel jokes, but Clint Barton is about the get the last laugh. Jeremy Renner’s upcoming show, Hawkeye, will apparently do the impossible by bringing one of the most popular villains from Netflix’s Marvel shows into the studio’s cinematic universe. That’s right, Hawkeye is about to make Wilson Fisk into MCU canon. This might sound like wild fan speculation, but there’s some legitimacy to this latest Marvel leak.”

Read more at Inverse

Critics seem to love it, but fans do not as much. Why is Masters of the Universe: Revelation so divisive?

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“Last week, a sequel series to the 1983–1985 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series was released, titled Masters of the Universe: Revelation. While getting overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics, it received a mixed response from audiences. Why the discrepancy?”

Read more at The Mary Sue

Hopefully, James Gunn’s upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special pans out better than the other famous science fiction holiday special…

“In a recent interview with Collider, James Gunn revealed fans will need to watch the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special in order to ‘learn stuff that you need to learn’ for Vol. 3. He said: ‘It’s in-canon, it’s about the Guardians, you’re gonna learn stuff that you need to learn before Volume 3, and it’s great I’m really happy with it.'”

Read more at Gizmodo

5 years later and Pokémon GO has improved tremendously, but the game still has a lot of bugs it needs to fix.

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“There’s certainly a lot wrong with Pokémon GO. The extraordinarily popular mobile AR game has just celebrated its fifth birthday, five years during which it’s routinely brought in more than a billion dollars for creators Niantic. I’d like to imagine would be enough money for them to fix a bunch of stuff. But I’d also like them to, you know, stop fixing a bunch of stuff too. Most especially when it comes to catching Pokémon beaten in raids.”

Read more at Kotaku

Check out Jaws (and a plethora of other titles you should keep an eye on) hitting Amazon Prime next month.

“Every month, Amazon Prime adds new movies and shows to its already pretty massive library, and every month, we’re here to highlight the most notable addition(s) so you can have something great to stream immediately. What’s the best thing hitting Amazon Prime this month? Read on, then scroll down for the full list of new titles and in case you missed what arrived last month, we’re including that down below as well.”

Read more at Thrillist

Deep Blue Sea might seem like a simple movie on the surface, but these facts might surprise you about how deep it actually goes.

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“When he was growing up in Australia, Deep Blue Sea screenwriter Duncan Kennedy saw the remains of a shark attack victim, which had washed up near his home. ‘There was really not much left of him,’ Kennedy told the Los Angeles Times. Kennedy had nightmares about being trapped in a passageway with sharks that could read his mind, and channeled those dreams—and his childhood experience—into the script about sharks whose brains have been modified by a scientist conducting Alzheimer’s research, making them smarter and much more deadly.”

Read more at Mental Floss