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21 Jul 19
WDW News Today

Every week is a busy week when it comes to Disney news. To help you keep up with all of the updates coming out of Walt Disney World and other Disney resorts, here’s WDWNT’s weekly recap of the Disney news from July 15-21! Walt Disney World It was officially announced that the Disney Skyliner will […]

21 Jul 19
GREENGROUND IT

Two years ago a novelist and as-yet-unproduced screenwriter named Nic Kelman went to work for Wizards of the Coast, the company that makes the popular collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. Kelman’s job, though he might not put it this way, was to write a grimoire—a kabbalistic story bible. “Rules for magic out of the […]

21 Jul 19

The announcement of what’s to come from Phase 4 of Marvel came out Saturday evening at Comic-Con, and I discuss the studio’s upcoming movies and shows on Disney+!

21 Jul 19
Bewilderbeast Droppings

When Mom turned ninety schoolfriend Mariette van Wyk Greyling wrote and started a long, rambling and nostalgic back and forth between us, paraphrased and embellished here: She wrote: Goodness, you all look so good. I simply cannot believe your dad is in his nineties. He looks exactly the way he used to look when we […]

21 Jul 19
Mooreviews

Man, oh man, Disney just loves pumping out these remakes of their beloved classics and The Lion King is their latest attempt at recapturing the magic of its animated counterpart for a new generation. It’s actually the third remake this year to come from Disney and it’s probably one of the most highly anticipated remakes […]

21 Jul 19
Vents Magazine

Looking back over the articles I’ve written this past week I think that the recurring theme in all of my printed words has been one of nostalgia: An article on the return of Kevin Smith and his View Askew Universe of characters got the ball rolling, followed in quick succession by a short bit about […]

21 Jul 19
Truths, Half-truths, and Sea Stories

The second person to set foot on the Moon, “Buzz” Aldrin, is a living icon. The late Neil Armstrong and the Command Module pilot, Michael Collins are the other two legends of Apollo 11, whose feat of landing on and returning safely from, the Moon are celebrated today. Had it not been for a clear […]

21 Jul 19
rose petal pages

For those of you who don’t know, The Reading Rush (formerly known as BookTubeAThon) is a week-long readathon for all book-lovers to come together and read as much as possible. There are seven reading challenges you can try to complete, and if you’re a booktuber or bookstagrammer there are challenges for those platforms that you […]

21 Jul 19
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X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) Movie Released Date: Thursday, 15th May 2014Ratings and Voters Count: 8.0 / 10 / 623,313Country: GB, US The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods as they join forces with their younger selves in an epic battle that must change […]

21 Jul 19

The Anticipated Prequel Hits Theaters On May 1st, 2020.

21 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

With Avengers: Endgame now the biggest movie of all time, Marvel wraps the 23-phase, 23-year-old Infinity Saga. Which, of course, raises the question: what will be next? In San Diego, the announced Hall H of Comic-Con, Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige announced just that. MCU Phase 4, or at least the part that runs from […]

21 Jul 19
elissa barton

You can call them what you want; a reboot, a revisiting, or unoriginal material, but let’s face it, remakes have been around forever and they’re not showing any signs of disappearing any time soon. Initially, when someone brings up the term, remake, you wonder why a big studio wouldn’t want to put in the effort […]

21 Jul 19
Cool San Diego Sights!

I stepped into the Theatre Box in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter this morning and made a cool discovery! During 2019 Comic-Con, an absolutely awesome mural is being painted on the wall behind the Theatre Box’s grand staircase! The artist is Rob Prior, a popular comic book artist who has worked for Marvel, DC, Todd McFarlane […]