Kang Will Finally Pay Off Iron Man’s Endgame Warning

In Avengers: Endgame, Iron Man warns about the consequences of time travel. The introduction of the Kang variants promises to pay that line off. In Avengers: Endgame Iron Man warns about the dangers of time travel and Kang’s entry into the MCU promises to provide the payoff for that warning. Jonathan Majors, who first appeared in Loki as a Kang variant, is known to be returning for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania in 2023 but it is unclear whether he might make an appearance again before that. Multiple MCU Disney+ TV shows and movies have been released since Avengers: Endgame, but one key line from Tony Stark will still get a bigger payoff in the future.
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The Windsors: Endgame

Join Harry Enfield and many of the stars of The Windsors, Channel Fours irreverent royal spoof, live on stage, as they hit the West End in The W... Join Harry Enfield and many of the stars of The Windsors, Channel Four’s irreverent royal spoof, live on stage, as they hit the West End in The Windsors: Endgame this summer!

Extraction 2 Official Trailer (2021) Chris Hemsworth Coming Soon

LAS VEGAS — (09-25-21) — Chris Hemsworth returns in the upcoming action movie, ‘Extraction 2 Official Trailer (2021). In 2020, the world met a new hero: Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth), a fearless black market mercenary who embarks on the deadliest mission of his career. But what seems lost …can still be EXTRACTED.

No Time To Die Matching Avengers: Endgame In Ticket Pre-Sales

Audiences in the United Kingdom always tend to get the chance to see the latest James Bond blockbuster slightly ahead of their counterparts in the United States and Canada, something that’s remained true of No Time to Die, even though the franchise’s 25th installment is one of the pandemic’s longest-delayed movies, having initially been scheduled for April 2020.

Who Should Lead The Avengers Now?

This is actually a good question since the top leaders of The Avengers are gone now and there are a few candidates that might actually be a good fit. But there’s a lot to consider with all of them as well, since those that are left aren’t all entirely stable, not that the former leaders were either. But considering how far the MCU has come and how many in the group that will no doubt become the next Avengers will want to assert some form of dominance, it does feel that there will need to be a hierarchy of sorts in order to avoid a power struggle the likes of which could lead to another Civil War. That might happen anyway, especially since there are plenty of other stars that want to join the MCU and the fact is that there are those that might be aiming for the position anyway. But the question is, just who would be the best to lead the next team and why? There are a couple of individuals that are a stronger choice than others, but even they have faults that can’t be overlooked.

Far Cry 6 Endgame Content Might be Massive

The Far Cry fandom will be thrilled with some new comments made by the Far Cry 6 world director Ben Hall. The series, known for its over-the-top action, has often received one large criticism–a distinct lack of endgame content. Basically, don’t make the credits roll, because the second they do, everything ends, and there’s no fun left to be had. While it’s long been clear that the sixth installment to the franchise will be huge, some new remarks have us wondering just how long the fun will last.

James Bond Fever Hits U.K. Ahead of ‘No Time to Die’ World Premiere, Ticket Presales Are Biggest Since ‘Avengers: Endgame’

London’s famed Royal Albert Hall will host the long-awaited — and several-times delayed — world premiere of No Time to Die on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Daniel Craig is expected to be in attendance, alongside the full top brass of Eon, Universal and MGM as they finally bring their 25th James Bond — a film that effectively became the face of the film industry’s battle with the COVID-19 pandemic — to audiences. While the TV cameras may be focused on the stars on the red carpet leading up to the vast and prestigious 19th century concert hall — the same spot where Spectre premiered...

PREVIEW | Thorns' endgame coming into focus as Portland visits Chicago

Does it feel like we’ve reached the endgame of the Portland Thorns 2021 season? If that question seems abrupt, let me explain. When we last saw Thorns FC in action two weeks ago, the team was knocking off the North Carolina Courage on the road for the first time in team history. Head coach Mark Parsons called the performance “unbelievable,” and said his team was “two or three games away” from being at “our best.” Since then, Portland has been awarded an additional three points after a game was canceled and now sits six points clear at the top of the National Women’s Soccer League standings.