Watch the full Oscar 2021 acceptance speech.
Watch the full Oscar 2021 acceptance speech.
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Marvel surprised fans on Monday with a three-minute montage that promotes its movies in the best possible ways. It features a few of the incredible MCU moments that we’ve experienced since the first Iron Man was released in theaters, as well as teasers for upcoming attractions. Marvel revealed the titles for Black Panther 2 and Captain America 2, and it confirmed release dates for Ant-Man 3 and Guardians 3 while also teasing the Fantastic Four reboot. One of the video’s highlights was the first footage from Eternals, one of the four MCU Phase 4 movies set to be released this year. Marvel hasn’t even released a teaser or a full trailer for the movie, which is set to premiere on November 5th. But the scenes that Marvel did show might be enough to confirm a massive Eternals leak from a few weeks ago that was packed full of spoilers. The film’s entire plot supposedly leaked in great detail from a person who was vetted before posting it on Reddit, and Marvel’s scenes from this new video seem to corroborate it. We'll warn you that significant spoilers follow below, so stop reading right here if you want Eternals to be a complete surprise. The Eternals plot leak that we saw in late March came from a Marvel subreddit, with the mods explaining that they were able to verify the authenticity of the information. “This plot summary was sent to us a few days ago and was followed by undeniable evidence of factual information by the leaker,” they said at the time. The leaker’s account of the Eternal story came from a “very early test screening” that featured unfinished FX, temporary music tracks, and scenes that might not make it to the final cut. Here’s the detail from the plot leak that matches what we just saw in Marvel’s official video: Kingo [Kumail Nanjiani] is a Bollywood actor (there is a short dance routine that introduces this) and comes with the group along with his valet (don’t recall the name) who tries to document everything on video. Marvel included a scene in the promo video that seems to confirm that info, which no one outside of the people involved with the film's production would have known. We have Kingo in the forefront taking off his glasses, while a person behind him is apparently documenting everything around him. We already knew that Nanjiani will play a Bollywood actor in Eternals who also happens to be a powerful Eternal. But this specific scene matches the detail from the plot leak from a few days ago. Unless it's all a massive coincidence, Marvel might have inadvertently confirmed the plot leak on Reddit. I’ve always said that Eternals is one of the most exciting films of MCU Phase 4 that will be released this year, and that was well before all these leaks started coming in — and long before director Chloé Zhao won an Oscar for Nomadland. That’s because the film features a great ensemble cast, including many new heroes who we haven’t explored in the MCU so far. Some of them will likely join the Avengers in the future. Marvel’s clip shows many of them in action, not just Nanjiani’s Kingo — here’s the clip again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdpxoFcdORI Finally, here’s the full Eternals plot leak that was leaked a few weeks ago: There is a lot of jumping around in time to give context to various plot points – I don’t recall all of the linear order so will just include the info as part of the synopsis Opening title card explaining the Deviants and Eternals – the Deviants were created by the Celestials to hunt predators that prey on intelligent life on newly evolving worlds, but then they started to hunt the life as well, so Celestials created the Eternals to kill the Deviants. Opens 5000 years ago in Mesopotamia a man is fishing on some rocks with his son (?) and is attacked by a Deviant from the ocean. The Eternals show up and a short battle commences, after which they line up in a triangular “hero” pose and this rolls into the Marvel logo opening. Jumps to present day – Sersi [Gemma Chan] and Dane Whitman [Kit Harington] are teachers in the UK and dating. During a class lesson, a large earthquake strikes, and Sersi saves a child from a falling object by turning it to sand. Later while out on a date, a Deviant attacks Sersi, Sprite [Lia McHugh], and Dane; during the battle Ikaris [Richard Madden] shows up and they fight it off after noting that they thought all the Deviants were destroyed and unlike others, the Deviant was able to heal its wounds. The group decide to visit Ajak [Salma Hayek] as she was the leader of the group. After arriving at the midwest ranch where she is now living, they discover her dead body, A small golden device leaves Ajak’s body and enters Sersi (this is how she communicated with the Celestials) – they then decide to round up the rest of the Eternals to deal with the Deviants. Thena [Angelina Jolie] and Gilgamesh [Ma Dong-seok] are in Australia (I think) due to an issue with her memory causing her to randomly attack the other Eternals. Gilgamesh is obviously in love with Thena but it is not played as a romantic relationship. Phastos [Brian Tyree Henry] and his husband live with their child and he decides to help due to the fact that he has fully embraced the human race and wants to protect his family. Makkari [Lauren Ridloff] has been living in the Eternals ship all this time (I guess, since there is a bunch of food containers and mess strewn about. Kingo [Kumail Nanjiani] is a Bollywood actor (there is a short dance routine that introduces this) and comes with the group along with his valet (don’t recall the name) who tries to document everything on video. Druig [Barry Keoghan] is living in some rainforest controlling a small village of people after losing faith in humanity and wanting to control them to stop war, famine, etc. Gilgamesh is killed fighting the Deviants in the forest. Sersi learns that the Celestials created both races and that the Eternals are basically just very advanced robots. They seed young planets with a Celestial ‘egg’ that takes eons to mature. The evolving intelligent life on these planets feeds the Celestial’s growth, so the Eternals are sent to protect the evolving life forms and kill the Deviants. After the emergence, the Eternals are ‘rebooted’ and sent to another world (this is the cause of Thena’s memory issue, as she knows that the planet is doomed) – this cycle has gone on for millions of years. Earth was seeded and Tiamut is about to emerge (this was the cause of the earthquake earlier). Once awakened, the entire planet and all life will be destroyed. They debate on what to do and some decide to try and find a way to stop the emergence. Ikaris disagrees, Sprite and Kingo are on his side but Kingo agrees to help. Phastos designs a device (Uni-Mind) that will allow Druig to channel all the Eternals energies in the hope of controlling Tiamut and putting him back to sleep. Sersi learns that Ikaris knew about the Celestials actual plans and this is why he left the group hundreds of years ago. He killed Ajak because she had decided to help stop the emergence and save Earth. The group go to where Tiamut is and attempt to use the device – Ikaris and Sprite attempt to stop them. Sersi then uses the device to amplify her power and turn Tiamut to marble just as his hand and part of his head is emerging from the Indian Ocean. Ikaris flies off into space (towards the sun – unclear if he just left or flew into the sun and killed himself), then Sersi makes Sprite a real human with what remains of her power. A few days (?) later Thena, Makkari, and Druig leave in the ship to seek out other Eternals and try and stop the cycle of destruction. Sersi, Kingo, and Phastos stay on Earth but are then pulled into space by Arishem and vanish. The two end credit stingers: 1) Dane is looking at an old box and pulls out a sword that is wrapped up. Just as he is about to touch it, an off screen voice stops him. 2) On the Eternals’ ship, Pip the Troll appears and introduces Starfox.
A new book says the story of a teenager who posed as a pilot, a doctor, and a lawyer that inspired the beloved Steven Spielberg film might have all been one brilliant lie.
Start with 'A New Hope.' Finish with 'Rise of Skywalker.' Then maybe watch some of the TV shows after. You're welcome.
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Spider-Man: No Way Home premieres on December 17th, assuming nothing unexpected forces Sony and Marvel to delay the film again. And Sony already has a challenging task at hand. The studio will soon have to start the official marketing for the movie and release the first trailer. From the looks of it, Sony will try to protect the worst-kept Spider-Man 3 secret to the very end, a task that’s more difficult than it was a few years ago when Far From Home debuted. Spider-Man 2 concluded the Infinity War saga, launching a few months after Avengers: Endgame. But marketing for Far From Home started before Endgame premiered, further fueling speculation that the dead Avengers would return to life. At the time Sony released the first Far From Home trailer, months before Endgame, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker was still very, very dead. But we knew that Far From Home took place after Endgame in the MCU's chronology, thanks to older comments from Sony execs. That meant that people who were snapped away by Thanos in Infinity War were obviously going to be brought back to life in Endgame. No Way Home will be an even more critical Spider-Man film than the previous episodes, setting the stage for a massive storyline that will span across various MCU movies and TV series. That’s what all the leaks say, and we have plenty of evidence to support them. But Sony might try to protect the worst-kept Spider-Man: No Way Home secret until the very end. Mind you, plenty of Spider-Man 3 spoilers follow below. Andrew Garfield’s denial that he’s playing his version of Spider-Man in No Way Home is absolutely hilarious. It’s also on par with what other actors hired to play MCU superheroes have done in the past, so we can’t blame him. But we saw evidence that indicates Garfield is in the movie. So is Tobey Maguire, who will also play his Spider-Man in the film. We’ve known for months that villains from Sony’s previous Spider-Man films will be back for No Way Home. Jamie Foxx famously confirmed that he’d play Electro. We then learned Alfred Molina will return as Doc Ock, and the actor confirmed it all in an interview a few weeks ago, joking that his involvement in the movie is an open secret. https://twitter.com/SkylerShuler/status/1389588027647791117 Garfield’s denial prompted Skyler Shuler to say on Twitter that “Sony is doing everything in their power to get these actors to deny their involvement, they likely won't be shown in marketing, all to try [to] keep the element of surprise.” Shuler is from TheDisInsider, but it’s unclear whether he’s just speculating or he has access to inside information that confirms Garfield and Maguire are joining Holland in this Spider-Man 3 multiverse story. Tom Holland denied having met Garfield and Maguire as well, so Garfield isn’t the first Spider-man actor to field this line of questions. It’s evident at this point that Sony is nowhere near ready to start promoting No Way Home. The film only got name drops in Disney’s mid-December Investor Day event, and in Marvel’s promo video that was released a few days ago. Marvel used the clip to release the first Eternals footage ever shown, but it didn’t include any imagery or scenes from No Way Home. This seems to indicate that Sony is indeed trying to protect this massive Spider-Man 3 secret that’s not so secret anymore. Spider-Man: No Way Home will be a multiverse film that will advance the interests of both Sony and Marvel. Kevin Feige and Co. have already laid the multiverse’s foundations with Doctor Strange, the Ant-Man movies, and Endgame. MCU Phase 4 will dive even deeper into the multiverse, and that much is clear from the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness movie title. Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is also going to appear in Spider-Man 3. On the other hand, Sony has an impressive multiverse success on its hands already with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Spider-Man 3 will give it a chance to offer fans a live-action version of that. It’s not going to be a Mike Morales story, but No Way Home will help Sony tie the previous Spider-Man films to the MCU and enrich its own Spider-Man-based cinematic universe, the SPUMC. With all that in mind, it's not unexpected to see Sony try to protect this massive No Way Home plot surprise. The whole thing benefits Marvel as well, which is notorious for doing everything possible to keep its secrets. But the surprise is already ruined. Just like we knew back in 2018 that the dead Avengers would be resurrected in Endgame, including Peter Parker, we know now that No Way Home will feature three different Spider-Man versions battling multiverse foes. This doesn't make the next Spider-Man sequel any less interesting. After all, Endgame was incredibly entertaining even though we knew that most heroes would be resurrected.
Marvel star Simu Liu recently taught Twitter how to correctly pronounce his name as well as his superhero identity Shang-Chi. "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" is Marvel's upcoming superhero film that will feature a 98% Asian cast, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said at a New York Film Academy event.
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Tennessee Rep. Jeremy Faison expressed "some concerns" about congratulating T.J. Osborne of the Brothers Osborne, who came out as gay in February.
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