Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will starting filming in 2019, according to Chris Pratt.
In a post on Instagram, the Star-Lord actor wished Pom Klementieff (who plays Mantis is the MCU movies) a happy birthday and then said, “Can’t wait to start shooting Guardians Vol. 3 with her next year!”
While Marvel Studios has yet to formally reveal its plans for a third Guardians of the Galaxy movie, director James Gunn confirmed he’s returning to write and direct Vol. 3.
Last year, we spoke with Gunn about his plans for Adam Warlock, who will make his MCU debut in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. While the director initially tried including him in Vol. 2, he ultimately opted to drop the character from the film for creative reasons.
Though G.Skill is mostly known for its RAM kits, the company also makes several gaming keyboards. There are four models in its lineup, with the KM780 sitting at the top rung, and the RipJaws KM570 (See it on Amazon) we’re reviewing here filling a budget slot. The company claims this keyboard is their return to the “humble roots” of the mechanical keyboard, so it’s a no (or at least fewer)-frills keyboard with a simple design, RGB lighting, and the option of all the popular Cherry MX switches. Let’s see if it’s a respectable budget pick:
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Arrow reached what is arguably one of the most important points in the show’s six-year history tonight. Oliver Queen has been outed as the Green Arrow and is now fighting for his freedom in the courtroom. But as with the previous time Ollie dealt with secret identity issues, there’s a sense that the series didn’t go as far as it could have with this plot development. Rather than force Ollie to truly take responsibility for his vigilante lifestyle, this episode forced another happy, contrived ending that restores the status quo.
The good news is that courtroom setting at least brought a touch of novelty to this long-running series. I’ve discussed several times in recent weeks how Season 6 has improved of late because it’s narrowed its storytelling focus. Even with “Docket No. 11-19-41-73” drawing in pretty much every major recurring character, the singular focus on Oliver’s trial kept the plot humming along.
Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s What We Do in the Shadows is officially headed to TV, with FX ordering a 10-episode season of the half-hour comedy series. FX commissioned a pilot for the show back in January.
Based on the 2014 New Zealand mockumentary comedy of the same name, the series will follow the lives of three vampires who have been roommates for hundreds and hundreds of years. The TV adaptation will be set in New York City rather than Wellington, NZ and will star Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, and Harvey Guillen.
“What We Do in the Shadows only gets better with age thanks to this brilliant adaptation for television by co-creators Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi,” said FX president of original programming Nick Grad. “Their feature version was a hilarious, fresh take on the mundanity of everyday life that even immortals must face. We are thankful to them, Paul Simms and Scott Rudin, and this amazing cast for taking us deeper into the shadows with this series.”
They say the universe never gives you more than you can handle, but you don’t have to scan the news very hard to find tons of evidence that proves that’s not true. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by this topsy-turvy world of ours, with an ever-looming tidal wave of responsibilities that only gets larger and larger with each passing year. The urge to scream, to escape, or – if possible – get a free night nanny who solves all our problems while we sleep is completely understandable.
Which brings us to Tully, a movie about an exhausted mother of three who can’t catch a break, until she finally caves in and accepts her wealthy brother’s offer of a night nanny. Charlize Theron plays Marlo, whose life has become an endless montage of managing other people’s expectations, and Mackenzie Davis plays Tully, the spritely young woman who enters Marlo’s home at night, bakes cupcakes to dazzle the other moms at school, and gradually rekindles Marlo’s spirit of optimism.