These Marvel movies aren’t keen to kill off their superheroes and some people have thought of that as a flaw in their films. No major character in Marvel has died yet but that seems like that’ll change real soon. In an interview with the Russo Brothers during San-Diego Comic Con, they said there will be deaths in this movie so be prepared. That is quite shocking to hear but very logical. They’re supposed to be facing Thanos, the most powerful being in the universe. It would be ridiculous if no one died after that. So, here’s a list of the people I think have the biggest chance to get a good taste of Thanos’s power before Phase 3 is over.
As you know according to my site I am a HUGE! Star Wars fan…and that is why I’m making this post. This week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly is providing never before seen images from The Last Jedi and I am beyond excited. When Entertainment Weekly starts talking about Star Wars I know it’s almost time for the movie to come out, and it is!
The preseason for the NFL has begun! That means before I know it it’ll be Haloween, and after Haloween comes Thanksgiving, and after Thanksgiving, The Last Jedi will be the next big event. I just can’t believe it. It feels like yesterday when I saw the teaser for the first time during the Star Wars Celebration in April. I remember sitting at home, enthralled in the new settings and the epic clips and the ominous words of Luke Skywalker. And before I know it I’ll be walking out of a movie theater having just seen The Last Jedi and hopefully (most likely) I’ll have the biggest smile on my face.
One observation I’ve made during these months is LucasFilms’ strategy for advertising. They know everyone, including me, wants to see teasers and get juicy scoops on the story of this next film, and they’re obliging us, slightly. They’re releasing images and interviews from the cast but it’s not revealing anything about the movie. There’s only so much you can glean from a still photo, no matter how epic, and that is very smart.