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Deadpool 3 will be the first adult film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Ever since Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox in 2019, Deadpool's fate has been the subject of various speculations. There are those who thought that a third chapter would never come and ...
Doctor Strange 2

Doctor Strange 2, the film remains without a director

Doctor Strange 2, the sequel to the first film based on the sorcerer supreme loses the director. That there is a need for more mystical arts on set? Scott Derrickson leaves the director of the film about the most ...

Stan Lee, the last cameo

Not a year has passed since the death of Stan Lee, the father of many superheroes in the Marvel world and many of us are not yet ready to say goodbye for good. For a moment there ...
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Captain Marvel reaches more than a billion dollars at the box office

Captain Marvel has hit a big box office milestone. The superhero film starring Brie Larson, in fact, has made more than a billion dollars in box office worldwide. Of these 358 ...

Avengers Endgame begins to break records

That Avengers Endgame was one of the most anticipated films of all time was well known, but that it began to break records in such a short time is amazing, even according to the same Russo brothers, directors of ...

Tales of Arise - Review

The Tales series has always lived in a weird JRPG limbo. The first title of this Bandai Namco saga ...

Deltarune: the second chapter is free, while the next three will be ...

The highly anticipated second chapter of Deltarune, a direct sequel to Undertale, one of the most loved indies of the last decade, is finally available. Well as well as ...

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