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 on: June 19, 2019, 01:16:03 pm 
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Marvel Will Re-release Avengers: Endgame With New Footage
BLAIR MARNELLWEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2019
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Marvel Will Re-release Avengers: Endgame With New Footage
Last weekend, Avengers: Endgame dropped to #10 at the box office after nearly two months in theaters. Currently, the film is approximately $45 million behind Avatar‘s all-time global record. And if Marvel’s latest move is successful, Endgame may get a second wind before Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters.


Via ComicBook.com, Marvel’s Kevin Feige confirmed that Endgame is coming back to theaters with brand new footage. It’s also happening much sooner than anyone predicted.

“We are doing [a re-release],” said Feige. “I don’t know if it’s been announced. And I don’t know how much [new footage]… Yeah, we’re doing it next weekend.”

In a follow up interview with ScreenRant, Feige said that the re-release will not be an extended cut. Instead, “there will be a version going into theaters with a bit of a marketing push with a few new things at the end of the movie. If you stay and watch the movie, after the credits, there’ll be a deleted scene, a little tribute, and a few surprises.”

RELATED: Endgame Creative Team Teases Different Fates For the Avengers
Assuming Feige is correct about the re-release date, Endgame‘s biggest competition in theaters would be Pixar’s Toy Story 4. A single week to promote the re-release isn’t ideal, but it was clearly timed to coincide with the impending arrival of Far From Home. That Spidey flick could give the Endgame re-release an added boost over the fourth of July weekend. Back in April, Endgame‘s halo effect pushed Captain Marvel back up the charts to #2. While an extended Endgame probably won’t be able to match that feat, it could leapfrog over several of this summer’s under-performing sequels.

Are you excited about Marvel’s plans to re-release Avengers: Endgame? What do you hope to see in the extended footage?

Recommended Reading: The Road to Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame – The Art of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

TAGS: AVENGERS, AVENGERS: ENDGAME, MARVEL, MARVEL STUDIOS

Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/movies/454077-marvel-will-re-release-avengers-endgame-with-new-footage#FkLT0HtO61G21jrv.99

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 on: June 19, 2019, 01:15:23 pm 
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Game of Thrones Director Defends The Penultimate Episode
TUDOR LEONTEWEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2019
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Game of Thrones Director Defends The Penultimate Episode
It’s been a month since HBO’s epic drama Game of Thrones has wrapped up, but it seems that we are going to keep talking about this series for a long time. One of many shocking turns last season was Daenerys embracing her anger and burning down King’s Landing. Speaking with IndieWire, Miguel Sapochnik, the director of “The Bells” episode, pointed out why Daenerys became the Mad Queen.


“The way she has treated humans, and the conviction she has, means that conviction is eventually going to fall afoul,” Sapochnik  said. “She’s not questioning herself anymore, which is the difference between somebody who, I think, has kind of lost their mind. That’s part of what makes us human, is we question whether we’ve made the right decisions or not.”

RELATED – Game of Thrones Prequel Starts Filming in Ireland
Then the director revealed how he tried to bring the audience into the consequences of Daenerys’ drastic decision.

“At that point, you don’t need to see her,” Sapochnik added. “We decided not to cut back to her. When she makes that decision, she and the dragon become one. The destruction of King’s Landing, for me, has always been an audience participation event. You wanted this, you wanted this, you wanted this. Here. Is that really what you wanted? I felt like there was this thing of this bloodthirstiness that exists in the fans, for revenge, for this payback that is personified by Dany. I just wanted to get to the core of what that actually means. Because even though the characters don’t exist in the end, what you’re looking for, as an audience member, is death and destruction. I wanted people to know how bad death and destruction can be in the safe environment they’re living in.”

Do you agree with Sapoch


Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/news/454115-game-of-thrones-director-defends-penultimate-episode-choices#Dg2UFbgkrdkwrMHD.99

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 on: June 19, 2019, 10:15:03 am 
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Swamp Thing Star Thanks Fans for Their Support After Early Cancellation
TUDOR LEONTEWEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2019
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Swamp Thing Star Thanks Fans for Their Support After Early Cancellation
Swamp Thing star Derek Mears has been struck by the affection the fans showed for the series, after DC Universe canceled the show. Mears played the creature, and he would have reportedly continued to portray it for a three-season arc. Now the actor felt obliged to take to Twitter and express thanks for the “positive responses” Swamp Thing is receiving.

“I am sincerely blown away by all the positive responses we’ve received for Swamp Thing. For everyone who has posted a comment, made fan art or have shared their love for the show with a friend, my heartfelt thanks,” Mears wrote.


Check the full post below.

RELATED – James Wan Reacts to Swamp Thing’s Abrupt Cancellation
DC Universe cancelled Swamp Thing less than a week after the first episode debuted. The decision caught many by surprise, because the series’ positive reception from fans and critics alike. The streaming service hasn’t provide an official reason for the show’s cancellation yet, dismissing the story with a simple “we are not in a position to answer at this time.” Speaking with Collider’s The Witching Hour, Mears has recently expressed his perplexity about WarnerMedia/AT&T executives’ decision to cancel the series.

“So it’s a weird nebulous space that we’re all in now because we don’t know officially why that would happen, or why they cancelled it,” he said. “Even if you are going to cancel it, wouldn’t you wait until later on until to see how it plays with fans before? So, something’s going on somewhere.”

Despite the series’ cancellation, DC Universe still plans to release the full first season with new episodes weekly. Episode 5 of Swamp Thing airs on DC Universe June 21. What do you think about Mears’ words? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

I am sincerely blown away by all the positive responses we’ve received for #SwampThing. For everyone who has posted a comment, made fan art or have shared their love for the show with a friend, my heartfelt thanks.
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— Derek Mears (@DerekMears) June 18, 2019

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 on: June 19, 2019, 10:12:38 am 
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Video: The History of Quentin Beck a.k.a. Mysterio
BRIAN BELLSUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2019
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The History of Quentin Beck a.k.a. Mysterio
Questions surrounding the MCU’s version of Mysterio continue to abound as we roll along toward Spider-Man: Far From Home‘s release on July 2. But the character’s illustrious 55 year history with Spider-Man may shed some light on his intentions. Spidey’s rogues gallery is full of outlandish villains whose powers are as unique as their costumes. But few bad guys stand out more than Quentin Beck.

Donning his trademark crystal ball helmet/fishbowl, Beck utilized skills acquired during his career in cinematic special effects to pull off numerous capers. His chemistry knowledge fueled many anti-Spidey plots. And Beck’s renowned skill for disguise allowed him to dupe Peter Parker and others around him into doing his bidding. Beck made himself into one of Spider-Man’s most ingenious foils. And not even death could keep Mysterio down for long.


RELATED: What’s Mysterio’s Deal in Spider-Man: Far From Home?
Mysterio has had run-ins with other superheroes, most notably Daredevil. During Kevin Smith’s classic, “Guardian Devil” storyline, Mysterio attempted to drive Matt Murdock insane. His machinations led directly to Karen Page’s death at the hands of Bullseye. But regardless of his impact, Mysterio has never had the last laugh.

As we await Jake Gyllenhaal’s incarnation of Mysterio, Superhero Hype is taking a look back at the comic book history of Quentin Beck. Perhaps Mysterio’s greatest trick in the MCU will be to convince Spidey that he’s a friend and mentor. However, it would be a mistake for Peter Parker to take Mysterio at face value. After all, he is the master of illusion.


Read more at https://www.superherohype.com/movies/450717-video-history-of-quentin-beck-mysterio#pKGPZH2wecOQ8l2z.99

 15 
 on: June 17, 2019, 11:32:13 pm 
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 on: June 17, 2019, 11:31:54 pm 
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 on: June 17, 2019, 11:31:35 pm 
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Former witches' prison goes up for sale
Posted on Sunday, 2 June, 2019 |



Several of the prison's inmates were hanged. Image Credit: sxc.hu
A former prison regarded to be one of Britain's most haunted buildings has a long and disturbing history.
Dating back to medieval times, the prison - which was converted to a residence in the 1800s - was known as 'The Cage' due to its use as a place of incarceration for suspected witches.

Situated in St Osyth, Essex, the building has been a hotbed of paranormal activity for years and has attracted investigators from all over the world.

Visitors and former residents have reported sightings of a 'satanic-looking' goat, encounters with 'growling' shadows and all manner of other strange sounds and occurrences.

The current owner stayed at the property for only a few years due to the amount of activity going on.

So great is the building's haunted reputation in fact that it has even served as the inspiration for a book - Spirits of The Cage - as well as the TV docudrama - True Horror: The Witches Prison.

"The superstitious among you will probably think twice about even setting foot in the property, let alone wanting to live there," said Miles Shipside of Rightmove.

"The building certainly has a unique atmosphere about it, but I'll leave it for others to decide whether this is because of paranormal activity or not."

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 on: June 17, 2019, 11:29:52 pm 
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 on: June 17, 2019, 11:29:36 pm 
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 on: June 17, 2019, 11:28:56 pm 
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'Fairy whisperers' offer up video evidence
Posted on Monday, 3 June, 2019



These three women absolutely believe that fairies are real. Image Credit: YouTube / This Morning
A trio of self-proclaimed 'fairy whisperers' recently appeared on popular British TV show 'This Morning'.
Karen Kay, Rebecca Broomfield and Jesse Smart all donned fairy costumes during their appearance on the show as they answered questions from bemused hosts Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield.

All three of the women remained staunchly adamant that fairies are real and suggested that they can appear both as metaphysical manifestations and as physical entities in the real world.

To help prove it, the trio provided a short video clip of a flickering green object next to a waterfall.

"That could have been a moth," Schofield pointed out.

"It could have been a moth, but it could have been a fairy," Kay replied. "Fairies can disguise themselves as insects."

"That's very convenient," Schofield retorted.

"Yes it is convenient but it is because they are at one with nature," said Kay.

You can watch the segment below; the footage of the alleged fairy can be seen at 2:38s.

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