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  1. Fargo 3: not until 2017

    I expect to see Molly and probably her family again at some point. Maybe Mr. Wrench too. The controversial Hanzee twist at the end of season two seemed like an effort to connect the first two seasons more directly (even if it made little sense.) So it seems like they do want them all to be connected. One of the producers said this in recent interview: but I've never heard the phrase 'kiss in' before and can only infer what that means. Also one of McGregor's characters being the "parking lot king" makes me suspect he probably owns the parking garage from the movie and season one. Not that that's a huge connection.
  2. Tiny spider drone, webbed armpits that apparently let him glide, much better visibility, that holograph projector on his wrist (which I assume works with the drone) and as you said the suit probably provides some degree of protection that his hoodie suit wouldn't. But I still totally agree with your point! If he doesn't eventually throw that line back at Stark I'll be very surprised. Without their suits Tony would get his ass kicked by a teenager. I think I'd prefer if they don't fully patch things up and we get the rumored Steve Rogers cameo (though technically the gym class video could be that) as a post credits sequence where he asks Parker to join his version of the Avengers. Or they could have Tony give Peter some version of the Iron Spider suit as a way of making amends. Or more likely the post credits sequence will be a (Hulk related?) teaser for Thor: Ragnorok. Edit: actually I forgot about GotG 2. That will probably have the Ragnorok teaser. So Spiderman's post credit scene will probably tease Black Panther. Which could involve Steve Rogers as he was last seen in Wakanda.
  3. Spiderman: Homecoming

    That trailer leaves me wondering, did he ever even try to summon an army of killer spiders? I mean how do you know if you don't try.
  4. Fargo 3: not until 2017

    I think season two seems more ...confident, if that makes any sense. There's some really great stuff there especially with the music. But Season one just had a more interesting story, and as mentioned better characters.
  5. Fargo 3: not until 2017

    Looking good. I know before last season came out Hawley mentioned it was inspired by Miller's Crossing and The Man Who Wasn't there. The first season was basically Fargo with a bit of No Country For Old Men and A Serious Man. Has their been any similar indication of which Coen movies they're drawing on for this season?
  6. Both Peter Abernathy (Dolores's father) and Angela (the host who greeted William in episode two and showed up later as a follower of "Wyatt") have been elevated to series regulars for season two. I thought the actor playing Abernathy was great so this is good news.
  7. The Leftovers

    Yeah I hope they don't change it either I love that intro. So much better than the first season's. Anyway we should be getting reviews soon as the screeners have gone out. All episodes but the finale. http://tvline.com/2017/03/23/damon-lindelof-the-leftovers-season-3-letter-to-critics/
  8. Fargo 3: not until 2017

    In addition to Dr. Strangelove Orphan Black had one actress playing a bunch of roles and did it well. (at least in the early seasons I'm not caught up.) I watched The Prestige the other day and didn't think twice about both Jackman and Bale playing multiple roles. I think pretty much as long as Eddie Murphy isn't involved it's usually fine.
  9. Video Games: Dawn of Waaaaagh!

    I was at my a friends house the other day and noticed he had a Wii U gathering dust. So he let me borrow it to play Zelda and I am happy. I'll still almost certainly get a switch at some point (especially if they release an english version of Seiken Densetsu 3) but now there's no rush.
  10. I read in an interview the other day that they originally planned to have Vader kill him in that season two episode. They wanted to focus on Ahsoka instead so he was spared.
  11. Iron Fist [SPOILERS - after page 3]

    My expectations were really low but this is totally watchable. 17% on Rotten Tomatoes seems way too harsh. I'm surprised how little origin story there has been so far. Also I'm a little confused because I'm almost halfway through it and they haven't introduced an older black character yet. So I have no idea who they're going to kill off for emotional impact.
  12. Kong: Skull Island

    Unless their plans have changed I think the recent Godzilla movie was actually the start of this franchise.
  13. The Man in the High Castle [Spoilers]

    I just finished watching this. I liked it. This pretty much sums it up. I'd rather watch a fake documentary about the setting of this show than the show itself. Still I enjoyed it and look forward to the third season. But it does feel like they don't have larger arcs planned for most of the characters and are just making it up as they go. Amazon needs to bring in a showrunner who can plot out where they want to go and probably set an end date for the series for pacing reasons. Also I hope they kill Joe early on and introduce someone new who is actually compelling to watch. I dunno what Jack Huston is doing these days but he seems like a natural choice to join the cast. He was so great as Richard Harrow on Boardwalk Empire. I'd love to see what he could do with a character who had his entire face. He was good in American Hustle as well but it was a small role.
  14. Alien: Covenant

    I guess technically? But he's said it probably won't happen. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/alien-5-alien-covenant-sigourney-weaver-ripley-release-date-is-it-happening-neill-blomkamp-ridley-a7542936.html