Infinity War just dropped in cinemas and as with all Marvel movies, there’s that oh-so-juicy end credits scene that keeps us fans salivating for more.
But before we spill the details on this big scene, a SPOILER warning is in order. So if you haven’t seen the movie, best you save this page and get back to it right after.
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Spider-man: Homecoming finally hit theaters this week, and just like any other superhero flick, there’s bound to be a few easter eggs here and there. While Spider-man may appear to have less easter eggs as compared to the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, there are a handful of geeky goodness spread throughout the movies.
Here are the things you may have missed:
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Warner Bros just dropped the new trailer for Suicide Squad and it is bat shit insane!
If you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favor and check it out here!
Wasn’t that just glorious?!
We thought so too! Here are a few things we caught that you probably missed:
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If you haven’t seen Star Wars Episode VII, then turn back now. But seriously, who hasn’t seen the movie?
Still there? Great! So here’s our own fan theory…
There are a great number of theories scattered throughout the internet about who Rey is, particularly her parents, some make sense, while some aren’t. After some digging, and a re-watching of Star Wars the Force Awakens, I came up with a different theory, so here goes.
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Beware of spoilers!
If you haven’t seen the premiere of season 4 for Arrow, then I seriously suggest you watch it first before reading this.
Still here? Good, then you already know that there is someone in the Arrow-verse that would die 6 months from now.
So, its time for some Geekend Gladiator speculation on who might kick the bucket this season. Here’s who we think and the reason why.
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On Tuesday, June 2nd, Renowned videogame developer Bethesda Game Studios released the countdown that, very aptly, set the videogame world ablaze.
The now viral tweet from Bethesda had featured a website which had the signature 1950’s aesthetic from the critically-acclaimed Fallout Series stating: “Please Stand by” with a clock which counted down the next 24-hours. Fans around the world eagerly awaited the news to follow whether it would be the long-awaited next entry to the excellent Fallout series.
The countdown ran out yesterday at 10pm Philippine time and what emerged from deep was indeed Fallout 4.
For the uninitiated, the brief backstory of the Fallout games is that tensions between all the world’s nations, following the advent of nuclear power, led to a global nuclear holocaust, effectively ending the world in the 1950’s. The main premise of the games occur in the decades after in a sort of dystopian future of an alternate past. Where the height of human civilization and culture was the 1950’s, with old songs on transistor radios echoing across the vast irradiated wasteland. Where ruins of homes and buildings feature posters and memorabilia of 50’s pop icons and movie stars. And where robots, mutants and irradiated bugs pose a persistent threat to the ever dwindling population of survivors. Where giant underground shelters called Vaults contain the last remnants of the past era that the world has all but forgotten. This is the world of Fallout 4.
Obviously, we here at Geekend Gladiators could not be more ecstatic about the news and immediately proceeded to obsessively scour the trailer for any and all possible clues about the forthcoming game. Here’s what we’ve come up with so far:
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Sometime in April, News broke out that Telltale Games, creator of the critically-acclaimed Walking Dead videogame, announced its partnership with Marvel Entertainment to develop a game set in the Marvel Universe. The duo has yet to reveal details about the the game other than it is set to come out in 2017.
Telltale Games is no stranger to adaptations of established franchises as it is also responsible for the excellent Wolf Among Us videogame set in the Fables Universe, as well as other recent adaptations set in the Game of Thrones and Borderlands Universes.
Here at Geekend Gladiators, we can not be happier about this exciting news and began speculating which Marvel property, story or character/s should Telltale give its famous narrative-driven treatment, Here’s what we got so far:
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Avengers: Age of Ultron has come and gone and along with it goes the Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As we look back, there are actually still plenty of questions left unanswered going into Phase 3. The Gladiators forwarded the following items to to our resident Oracle but she has yet to get back to us, leaving us to speculate on our own. Maybe you guys could help us.
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