Link Tank: Who Could Keanu Reeves Play in the MCU?

What characters would be a perfect fit for Keanu, Krampus is cramping up people's style in Call of Duty, one Christmas song is drawing some controversy, and more in Link Tank!

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The Matrix Resurrections star Keanu Reeves is still in talks with Marvel, but the pair are searching for the right part for him to play in the MCU.

“Keanu Reeves has been a constant dream casting choice for many of our favorite heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is constantly on the tip of our tongues when we’re suggesting who he could play, and apparently, the star of The Matrix Resurrections has met with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, and the two are working on finding something that works for both the MCU as a whole and Reeves.”

Read more at The Mary Sue

The biggest threat in Call of Duty right now is… Krampus?!

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“I assumed getting murdered by Krampus at the end of a hotly contested Call of Duty match would be objectively funny, but it seems players are less than pleased with the mythological creature’s ability to affect online competition so dramatically.”

Read more at Kotaku

Should Star Wars The Bad Batch character Omega get her own spinoff series?

“Every kid remembers the majestic awe of seeing Star Wars for the first time. To the characters, the streaking stars of hyperspace are just another day in the galaxy. But in the pilot of Disney+’s The Bad Batch, Omega, a young girl experiences it for the first time, just as we did. It’s more something evoking the fan experience. It’s a symbol of Omega paving her own path, one that would otherwise be spent as the base code for clones.”

Read more at Inverse

Is Marvel actually ruining their own movies in trailers before they even have a chance to be released in theaters?

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“The big release of the holiday season is undoubtedly Spider-Man: No Way HomeSony and Marvel’s new cinematic outing has become both the third biggest global opener of all time and Sony’s biggest movie ever, with a $587.2 million box office at the time of writing. One element of its success could be its secrecy. Leading up to release, Sony and Marvel kindly insisted you keep your mouth shut about what goes on in No Way Home.

Read more at Gizmodo

Jeff Garlin has been dismissed from ABC’s sitcom The Goldbergs for poor behavior on set, but his character will remain on the show through the magic of editing.

“In what was supposedly a mutual decision last week, Sony and Jeff Garlin agreed that the latter would no longer be appearing on ABC sitcom The Goldbergs following allegations of on-set behavior that reportedly made people uncomfortable (not to mention a general refusal on Garlin’s part to acknowledge that anything he might do could make someone uncomfortable).”

Read more at The A.V. Club

What are your thoughts on Paul McCartney’s Christmas classic “Wonderful Christmastime”? Because apparently, a lot of people hate it!

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“When the docuseries The Beatles: Get Back premiered last month, the Internet came through with a host of great memes about toast, Ringo Starr’s flatulence, and George Harrison’s decision to leave the band. But the funniest of the bunch, created by writer Ben Rosen, pokes fun at Paul McCartney and his 1979 holiday staple ‘Wonderful Christmastime.'”

Read more at Mental Floss