Thursday, November 26th, 2015

 

Why Baron Zemo Will Be Radically Different In The MCU

Although Captain America: Civil War’s main conflict will be between the heroes feuding on whether they should be regulated by the government, the movie won’t be without its own clear-cut antagonist. It’s been said repeatedly this year that Inglorious Basterds star Daniel Brühl will play longtime Captain America nemesis Baron Helmut Zemo, though Marvel has yet to officially state this. Regardless, fans should know that the Zemo we’ll see in the 2016 blockbuster will be much different than he is in the comics, and not just because he won’t beRead More


The Prettiest Instagrams We Saw This Week

Hair inspired by disco balls ???? from @hookedondolls Top Shelf After Dark A photo posted by Into The Gloss (@intothegloss) on Nov 20, 2015 at 2:56pm PST Gigi Hadid rocks the most convincing faux-bob we’ve laid eyes on, Selena Gomez stuns at the AMAs, and Sofia Vergara gets hitched to Joe Manganiello.


The Massive Way The World Is Sticking It To The Avengers In Captain America: Civil War

The real world is already a dangerous place, but in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, superheroes and supervillains running around take things to the next level. Moviegoers have watched as the Avengers, both on their own and together, have protected humanity, but their adventures haven’t been without consequences. All this is coming to a head next year in Captain America: Civil War, when, as seen in the trailer earlier this week, it will be decided that these heroes can’t operate without supervision anymore. Now we have a better idea of howRead More


The Incredibles 2 Is Bringing Back One Important Collaborator

We’re all eagerly anticipating the return of The Incredibles. The 2004 original came during a time when Pixar were at the peak of their powers, as it was the follow-up to Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo. And not only did it match this triumvirate of animated perfection but, for some people, it topped it. But will The Incredibles 2 be able to match the original’s quality? Obviously that’s still up in the air. But composer Michael Giacchino has now joined the party to try and replicate TheRead More


The Little Prince Trailer Is Magical And Moving

The Little Prince is one of the most popular stories ever written. The novella from 1943 tells the story of a little boy who lives alone on an asteroid and the people that he meets on his way to ending up on earth. Now the classic tale has been adapted into an animated feature and the trailer makes it looks like the movie will be as magical a story as the book. The story is told in two parts in a very unique way. The film contains an original storylineRead More


Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade draws millions

Despite safety concerns, Macy’s 89th Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade draws what officials say is the biggest crowd ever for the turkey-day event.


Here’s What Your State Will Be Shopping For This Holiday Season

With all the great food you’re going to eat today and all the thanks you’re going to give (oh, happy Thanksgiving!), another thing is coming your way: holiday shopping.


Deadpool Has A Seductive Message For Fans This Thanksgiving, See It Now

It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without celebrities chiming in online to share the love. It’s become as commonplace as stuffing, turkey and the burning resentment that rapidly grows between family members during what’s supposed to be the most joyous of occasions. But now Deadpool has arrived to break the tension, posting a rather lurid message on Twitter to celebrate the holiday.   I forget. Is a turducken stuffed with three additional meats, or four? Happy Thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/u98fvDWhYT — Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) November 26, 2015 Even as a red-blooded heterosexual I haveRead More


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A Thanksgiving Story

For most of my life holidays never meant much to me.  When I was a kid Christmas meant, you got gifts, Easter meant you looked for eggs with prizes in them. Thanksgiving meant that you ate a lot of food and your family came over, or you went to their place.   Somewhere along the timeline of childhood to adolescence the holidays became less and less meaningful.   My family met less and to me it became more and more about a day, where everything was closed. Thanksgiving for mostRead More


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