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Big Power behind Ant-Man’s poster

Ant-Man, released in 2015 and starring Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Scott Lang is a thief with a good heart and is given the Ant-Man suit by Hank Pym himself (played by Michael Douglas) after being tricked into stealing it in the first place. The suit allows Scott to shrink to the size of an ant but giving him super strength at the same time.

Thor loses his hammer but gains a lot of color

The God of Thunder is back with a new look in Thor: RagnarokIn the official teaser trailer released by Marvel (view below), Hela, the goddess of death and ruler of Hel and Niflheim, makes her way to Asgard and annihilates it. This includes Thor’s hammer Mjölnir, which Hela catches after being thrown by Thor (a truly WTF moment) and breaks it into pieces with one hand. The destruction of Asgard seemingly launches Thor into outer space where he crash lands onto a very colorful planet full of aliens. He’s taken prisoner and his beautiful golden hair is cut off. We get to meet Valkyrie (played by Tessa Thompson) and Grandmaster (played by Jeff Goldblum) who hosts gladiator matches in a huge colosseum. The main event just happens to be Thor vs. Hulk, where Thor says an awfully hilarious, “We know each other! He’s a friend from work!” 

A Trip Back to Old Hollywood

Can you recall a time when something you viewed on television or in a theater was not presented in color? We live in a time where we are lucky to see everything within vibrant, beautiful hues. However, as some do seem to forget, before the invention of Technicolor and its incorporation into filmmaking, moves used to be all in black and white.

The Most Dangerous Game of Would You Rather

Would You Rather, originally released in 2012, is a film that follows a young woman named Iris who looks after her brother with leukemia and whose medical treatments are becoming too expensive for her to handle. In what seems to be a turn of luck for Iris, her brother’s doctor introduces her to a man who offers her a chance of helping her out. However, she must first agree to partake in a little game at his house. The next night, she visits the man’s home and once dinner is over and the games begin, she immediately regrets her decision. Just like in the classic game of “Would You Rather,” contestants have been invited to the benefactor’s manor must endure increasingly difficult options of “Would You Rather…” in order to get closer to the winning prize. However, each choice made will lead to a terrible outcome and there’s no way out of it.