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  1. But that's messing with my small brain and it throws up so many questions. Are they allowed to reference events from the other 2 films? Are all those characters created in those films now the sole property of Sony? Will they still inhabit a universe where the snap happened? Will the post credit 'far from home 'scene be factored into the plot? What about the Stark Tech suit? Do we need to stop talking about Spiderman in the MCU phase 4 thread? But if Magenta isn't real, then why can I see it??
  2. I still don't understand the bit about Tom Holland still doing another 2 Spiderman films. So, who is making those? It just says "without Feige".
  3. You beat me by 10 minutes. Came here to post about Lost. I loved the first series so much. So many endless debates with friends and co-workers about what it all means? Nothing. It meant nothing. Ben was great though, wasn't he?
  4. Nyck De Vries and Nicholas Latifi are. I can very much see one of them in the second Williams seat next year. Mick Schumacher needs another a year in GP2. He has just won his first race but he's not ready yet and to be fair, he'd be the first to tell you that as well. He is refreshingly grounded. I would say that Anthonie Hubert is another promising talent in GP2. Also in his first year like Schumacher but quite a bit more successful so far.
  5. That would be quite the comeback for Heidfeld. I think the last time we saw him, he was burning Renault to the ground.
  6. The problem is that the VFX shots need to be done. They were made on video, not film. So this makes it a lot expensive to remaster than an episode of Friends (apart from The One With The Massive Space Battle). Although this was a clever idea.. https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/15/star-trek-deep-space-nine-ai-remaster/
  7. Ooooof. I mean I really rate Albon so I'm happy for him but yeah, that's going to be a tall order after only 10 races in F1. Best of luck to him, really would love to see him do well. Quite the gut punch to Kyvat and Gasly too.
  8. Indeed but I'm specifically referring to Chadwick's future who is is very much aiming for F1. Her role with Williams will no doubt help her there also. FYI, she's also nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the year, so get voting!
  9. I've been following the W series and I think it's great. Was really chuffed for Chadwick, I think she's got a bright future (despite having a bit of an understandable nightmare race yesterday). Really hope to see her in GP2 next year.
  10. Robert Heinlein's Starship Troppers. For those only familiar with the drastically different film and not the book, aside from the book being mostly focused around why Democracy and Communism don't work and that violence is a universal truth, the other major difference is that the troopers have Powered Armour, the Bugs are actually technologically advanced and have spaceships and guns of their own. There's also another alien race called the Skinnies. The book follows the main character as he starts out quite wet and eventually ends up as Sergeant. We spend a lot of time with him at bootcamp too so there's your tutorial levels.
  11. ooooooh! Hence why she recognizes him when she sees him on TV. Shinzon's daughter. I like it.
  12. I can't wait to see the Netflix episode of this race.
  13. Is there a way I can order that blu-ray (What we left behind) in the UK? Or is it US only?
  14. Hey I'm not knocking Spiderman 1 & 2. I liked those films. But I felt that Spiderman 3 is to Spiderman 1 what Batman Forever is to Tim Burton's 1989 Batman.
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