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‘Captain America: Civil War’ is going to be by far one of Marvel’s biggest movies this year.  It will kick off the campaign against the upcoming DCEU films.   170 more words

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Welcome to the party Spidey

At long last, Spider-Man is officially joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spiderman is set to make his debut in Captain America: Civil War, and even though fans have yet to see newcomer Tom Holland don the iconic red and blue Spidey suit Guardians of the Galaxy director, James Gunn, who got a sneak peek and the film, said that fans have a lot to look forward to. 146 more words


In the Heart of the Sea – Whale of white noise

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In the early 1800s, a New England ship named Essex sets sail to capture whales for the precious oil. The ship crosses upon a whale of legendary proportions seemingly with a thirst for vengeance. 425 more words

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TUNE-IN ALERT! I'm Going on the Radio Tomorrow!

Whatcha doin’ tomorrow (Wednesday, 1/20/16) at 11:30am EST? I’m gonna be on the radio! I’ll be chatting with fitness expert Tom Holland on “The Burn: The Bowflex Radio Show.” We’re going to be discussing weight loss, stair racing, and more! 155 more words

Is This How Spider-Man Is Introduced In Civil War?

Just days after Marvel released Spider-Man hoodies as part of the Captain America: Civil War merchandising giving a possible hint as to what his costume may look like in the movie, more huge Spider-Man related news has been making its way around the web. 478 more words


Winter Reading: Tom Holland's Dynasty - The Rise and Fall of the House of Caesar

Imagine you are a great-great-grandparent of Maximus, the hero of Ridley Scott’s movie Gladiator. It’s 1AD. You live on that beautiful farm among the softly waving cornfields. 1,443 more words


In The Heart of the Sea Review

So I watched In The Heart of the Sea…

CGI has been to film what nuclear power has been to man. It’s an exciting technology that has allowed for many dreams, that previously seemed too ridiculous, to be realised. 867 more words

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