Superheroes

Phase 1 (13)

I am pretty sure Disney now owns the film rights to FOX properties which include X-Men and Fantastic Four, so what happens from here?

Producer, Kevin Feige, has been the man behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) since its inception way back in 2008 when Iron Man was released in cinemas across the world. Since then, the MCU has managed to pump out 20 plus films, with more in active production and grossed over $17 billion at the box office making it the most successful film franchise of all time.

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Ben Affleck (4)

When Ben Affleck was cast at Bruce Wayne/Batman way back in 2013, I was a little confused as to the choice of casting an older Batman. Don’t get me wrong, I always picture Batman in his late 30s to early 40s, but Ben Affleck was 41 at the time of his casting announcement, and he looked to be on his late 40s. My other issue with the casting was, you immediately age Batman up way above Superman. Not only that, but how long can Ben Affleck hold onto that physique? I mean you want him to play Batman across multiple from many number of years?

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Blog Update 006 – Marvel Cinematic Universe Civil War

BLOG UPDATE 006 – MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE CIVIL WAR

 

Please know, there will be SPOILERS for the MARVEL Cinematic Universe from previous films and me talking about rumours in the films to come. If you care by now, you have already seen or read all about the Marvel Event which took place in the last 24 hours. If not, seek it out because it will blow your mind.

I’m not here to update on that but I will be speculating a hell of a lot. While seeing all the updates during work, I couldn’t help but feel the need to get my thoughts down. And since this is a blog update, my thoughts are strictly on the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) right now. So consider the following words to be me trying to get my head around all the latest news.

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LEGO MARVEL: The Milano Spaceship Rescue 76021 REVIEW

LEGO Marvel: The Milano Spaceship Rescue 76021 REVIEW

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LEGO MARVEL: The Milano Spaceship Rescue 76021
Set number 76021, $120 from Toy World which works out to roughly .18 cents a brick.

Items included:
665 pieces
5 mini figures
2 instruction booklets
6 numbered bags
1 page of stickers
1 comic book

Like all others, I’ll begin this review by mentioning the above list. Not everyone cares, but for those that do, it can make a very big difference.

I’m hooked on a feeling…

Mini Figures

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LEGO Marvel: Captain America vs. Hydra 76017 REVIEW

LEGO Marvel 2014 set. Read, leave a comment and keep it clean.

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LEGO Marvel: Captain America Vs. Hydra 76017
Set number 76017, $35 from Big W which works out to roughly $0.20 a brick.

Items Included:
172 pieces
3 mini figures
1 instruction booklet
2 numbered bags
Page of stickers
Comic book

Like all others, I’ll begin this review by mentioning the above short list. Not everyone cares, but for those that do, it can make a big difference.

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LEGO Marvel: Hulk Lab Smash 76018 REVIEW

LEGO Marvel 2014 set. Read, leave a comment and keep it clean.

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LEGO Marvel: Hulk Lab Smash 76018
Set number 76018, $75 from Big W which works out to roughly $0.19 a brick.

Items Included
398 pieces
5 mini figures
2 instruction booklet
4 numbered bags
Page of stickers
Comic book
1 brick separator

Like all others, I’ll begin this review by mentioning the above short list. Not everyone cares, but for those that do, it can make a big difference.

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