Wednesday, October 29, 2014



Today is a special day for all Marvel fans! We finally have confirmation of what the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to look like until the end of this decade. Two Avengers movies, Black Panther and the first female lead, Captain Marvel!








Captain America: Civil War-- 6 May 2016
Doctor Strange - 4 November 2016
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - 5 May 2017
Thor: Ragnarok - 28 July 2017
Black Panther - 3 November 2017
Avengers: Infinity War (Part I) - 4 May 2018
Captain Marvel - 6 July 2018
Inhumans - 2 November 2018
Avengers: Infinity War (Part II) - 3 May 2019



More Marvel Movies!

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Photo: www.comicmovie.com

So this trailer was supposed to be shows on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D but it got leaked. Damn, it would have pulled in viewers and beat its DC rival 'The Flash'. Anyway, Marvel eventually released an HD version of the crappy leak. The result: another future billion dollar movie coming in May 2015.

WATCH


Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer is here and it is UH-mazing

Thursday, September 4, 2014

I find the Central Coast to be a little bit more conservative than Sydney. It's more family-oriented. It reminds me of Vancouver. Their activities are weekend picnics at the beach, family bonding at the park, etc. What I absolutely love about it is the fact that the roads are wide open. What they call traffic is the light traffic in the Philippines. These guys have no idea what real traffic looks like.

Initially, we stayed in a condo-type apartment in The Entrance. The place is right in front of the beautiful lake, a few blocks from The Entrance Beach and the rows of restaurants and shops. It is a popular destination for tourists. There's pelican feeding every 3:30 PM. There are great restaurants and pubs around  the area. You can even go fishing too,




Unfortunately, we arrived right in the middle of winter. Temperature reached 5 degrees one day. My allergy was acting up and I was miserable for the first two weeks of the trip.

Aussie Adventures begins...

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

"Why are they called Skittle Shots?"
"Taste em"
Gulp.
"Aaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!"


Skittle shots

Sunday, May 25, 2014


If you've seen X-Men: Days of Future Past, I'm sure you have a few questions to ask the people behind the film. Without a doubt, it is the best film of the entire X-Men franchise but that doesn't mean it's necessarily the one without flaws.

Here are some of your questions:

1. Why the hell is Professor X alive?

In 'X-Men: The Last Stand', there was scene where he was teaching a class, explaining how it is possible to transfer one's consciousness into someone else's body. The post-credits scene reveal that he transferred his own consciousness to a body being treated by Moira Mactaggert.

Also worth noting is that Moira's character in X3 is a doctor - in 2005. How could she be alive during X-Men: First Class as a CIA agent?

2. How did Magneto get his powers back?

In X3, beast injected Magneto with 'The Cure' that turns mutants into ordinary humans. It was presumed that he lost his powers. However, in the scene before the end credits, we saw a chess piece move without him touching it. A little weird isn't it? It's either the serum didn't work or the mutant where it came from had the power to undo the effects of his DNA.

SPOILER ALERT! STOP READING IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED XMEN DOFP

3. Surprise! Jean Grey is alive! Does this mean that the whole Phoenix episode in X3 didn't happen? Will we finally see the REAL storyline of the Phoenix and The Dark Phoenix (which is my favorite X-Men storyline)?

4. How did Wolverine get his metal claws back?

One really has to analyze this in a chart to know the answers. Clearly, The Wolverine happened sometime in the future. If his claws were cut by the Silver Samurai, why does he have his metal claws back on X-Men DOFP? More importantly, how did he get them back? Another adamantium infusion?

Care to add more of your questions?

X-Men: Days of Future Past Questions!