The moment every nerd, geek, and fanboy has been waiting for has finally arrived. The best film of 2019 (so far), Avengers: Endgame has defeated the pretentious, over-hyped remake of Fern Gulley: The Last Rainforest, known other than James Cameron’s Avatar as the highest-grossing film of all time. This is from a Deadline report.
I discuss what this means for Marvel Studios and the MCU as a whole, considering the announcements that were made at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Watch the webisode below:
Marvel has clearly learned nothing from their comic book publishing sales. Despite fan openly rejecting their SJW tropes, they are intent on forcing them on their audiences. They are so arrogant, they announced that there will be seven films, but none of them have been titled, saved for The Eternals and Thor: Love & Thunder. Perhaps it will take a bit of humble pie to teach Disney they cannot keep messing with these beloved franchises.
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