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A Film Editor Made Character Arc Videos for the MCU and Theyre Amazing

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) currently spans 23 films, with at least eight more in various stages of development. Throughout those films we’ve seen fan-favourites undergo incredible character arcs. In fact, it’s those very arcs and storylines that have made the franchise such a global cultural phenomenon. Video editor and popular YouTuber Slyfer2812 has amassed nearly 50 million views for his fan-made trailers and edits; and his ongoing series of MCU character arc videos have done an excellent job of capturing the essence of what makes each character’s storyline so…

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The Avengers When They Were Young (25 Photos)

It’s always fascinating to see people’s childhood photos because certain features and characteristics remain a part of their look and identity for the rest of their lives. Even at these young ages, certain facial features and expressions are instantly recognizable today. Using previous list posts found on The Richest and Bored Panda we see the Avengers when they were young. Enjoy! 1. Black Widow 2. Iron Man 3. Scarlet Witch 4. Spiderman 5. Captain Marvel 6. Hawkeye 7. Gamora 8. Captain America 9. Nebula 10. Ant-Man 11. Black Panther 12.…

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Kamala Harris uses Avengers: Infinity War to support net neutrality

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) used Avengers: Infinity War as a way to illustrate a point about net neutrality and urge her Senate colleagues to vote for the Save the Internet Act on Thursday. Harris’s tweet comes the day after the Save the Internet Act, which would undo the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) repeal and restore the 2015 Open Internet order, passed in the House of Representativesby a 232 to 190 margin. The passage in the House leaves the future of the bill in the hands of the Senate, where its…

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If these nerdy shoes designs were ever brought to life, we’d be broke

Image: bob al-greene/mashable Whether you’re drawn to the blockbuster movies, to Netflix, to old-school cartoons or to the comics that started it all, you know by now that it’s Marvel’s world and we’re only living in it. It’s tough, sometimes, to know that you’re a teeny, tiny cog in a massive corporate entertainment empire, that no matter how much you tweet about Black Widow’s character assassination you know you’re still buying tickets for Avengers 4 in 2019. We see you, and we hear you, emotionally exhausted Marvel fans. It’s okay…

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