Deadpool was a massive hit when it arrived in theaters last year even becoming the highest-grossing R-rated film ever. Everybody knew the film would have a sequel… The Merc With a Mouth even told us so in the Ferris Beuler’s Day Off post-credits scene. What we didn’t know was who was going to be making a cameo. Other than the obvious name drop for Cable, it was anyone’s guess as to which X-Man (or X-Woman) might pop in for some comic hilarity. Now we know the answer, and it’s not surprising to find out that the next Deadpool flick will be lacking in support from Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters.



Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is produced by the creative trio of Joss Whedon, and husband and wife team Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen. Hot on the heels of the series premiere, THR has posted an interview with Jed and Maurissa discussing the series. One of the biggest tidbits to come out of that interview is the one big NO-NO word that no Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. can ever utter.



It’s a semi-well-known fact that Hugh Jackman has played (or rather will play once The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past are released)  the same character in seven different comic book movies, which is a bit of record. And like the recent discussions about Robert Downey Jr.’s future as Iron Man – a role his played in a mere five film projects by the way – some are wondering how long Jackman might still be able to play Marvel’s merriest mutant.

Well, the question was asked in the new edition of Entertainment Weekly, and Jackson’s response was decisive, and then somewhat less decisive. “I wasn’t even sure after the first [stand-alone] film if I would do another,” the actor said. “I won’t say never, because I’m still loving it. But there would have to be a pretty compelling reason.”

Adding fuel to that fire was producer Hutch Parker, who added that it was his opinion that recasting the part, “feels somewhat blasphemous.” Considering that Jackman came out of Nowhere, Australia and became an instant star playing Wolverine in the first X-Men movie, Parker’s point-of-view on the matter is hardly surprising and understandable. But no matter how the actor feels, if both The Wolverine and Days are box office successes it’s going to be hard for Jackman to refuse the opportunity to come back and play Logan again. After all, it’s not like Jackman’s letting himself go or anything.


Source: Cinema Blend

Turtle Power > Your Embarrasment

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TMNT was by far one of the best cartoons in the late 80’s to early 90’s. Now that all of us crazy kids have grown up and hopefully gotten jobs (I still haven’t) we can afford fashionable clothing that signifies a somewhat unhealthy longing to be included in a cartoon. That is why you are now able to purchase this awesome backpack from Hottopic. The bag even comes with four eye masks to hide your identity while wearing it. Now your friends, or just random people, won’t recognize you when you kick them right in the balls, or even in their vagina. *Not physically in their vagina.. shut up, you know what i meant… unless…* The masks come in the four colors that each of the turtles wore. Red- Raphael, Blue-Leonardo, Purple- Donatello, and Yellow-Michelangelo. Whoever you chose to be, wearing these accessories will allow you to kick gratuitous  amounts of ass. So buy it already, enjoy!

Source: TheDailyWhat


When you go to college, you do so with the understanding that you’ll have to take hours and hours of sleep-inducing history and math classes. But did you know that there are courses that not only are interesting, but that also encourage your nerdosity? Below, check out 7 college courses that help you get your geek on.