Well we have a while still until Black Widow (hopefully in November) but if you’re looking for some movie merchandise for yourself or a gift Build a Bear has kindly and maybe unexpectedly provided:
If we weren’t currently living in the twilight zone at the time this is published I should have been sitting in a movie theater finally, finally watching the Black Widow movie… and wondering how long until they break Russian Daddy Hopper out of prison already.
Natasha Romanoff has been an important part of the MCU over the years and the movie is long over due but until then I thought I’d compile her Best Moments!
So it’s been a little exercise of mine to find three things a week to look forward to. I’ve been posting about the entertainment related ones. And I got to admit this week with one exception I’m stretching a little here.
Well unsurprisingly (I was still hoping at least) Black Widow has been pulled from May 1st. I’m guess the Wonder Woman 1984 announcement comes next.
I don’t know about the rest of you but I’m pretty much done with 2020.
I had just been thinking this weekend I’d like to take some self-defense courses and then the new and final Black Widow trailer drops and it makes me want to even more.
Although I suppose it’s not a great idea to start calling places and asking if they can train me like a Russian spy… maybe I’ll just dye my hair red again :
Well this years Super Bowl delivered the Wandavision look I wanted and some other goodies and even better… I didn’t have to watch any of the game!
Black Widow was on my top 5 most anticipated 2020 films for next year solely due to the supporting cast Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh and of course big bearded David Harbour. After the new trailer I’m more hopeful for the movie as a whole!
So Marvel had their big Comic-Con reveals Saturday night a lot of things to be very excited for even if I do feel a little burn out overall. And some choices make me wonder what they’re going to do with the stories.
Geek Girls Don’t Cry
By: Andrea Towers
I actually picked Geek Girls up awhile back when all the Dany-related GOT furor was going on. It ticks a lot of my boxes- female characters, mental health representation in culture and how both are perceived.
Geek Girls looks at why we relate so strongly to these characters as well.
If I think about it the entire MCU has been like a book series that I’ve been reading for over a decade now which finally came to an end. More impressively despite all the build-up and all the hype I think it was an entertaining powerful and well earned ending.
I feel like it’s a movie I have to see again to take in everything I probably missed the first time. Which I will. So instead the MVP’s (sometimes a bit general) but spoilers, spoilers, spoilers below!