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Marvel’s Kevin Feige Admits He Has “Ideas” for X-Men and Avengers Crossover

Make it happen, Marvel… Make it happen!

Mark Andrew





There’s no doubt about it: Marvel Studios is definitely the king of the box office for 10 years now. They’ve been releasing one hit movie after the other since 2008 when they launched Iron Man starring Robert Downey Jr.

Fans and critics have received their movies well and if there’s one thing everyone’s been dreaming about, it’s probably a crossover between the Avengers and the X-Men. This, of course, seemed to remain nothing but fan fantasy since 20th Century Fox owns the rights to the X-Men film franchise – until very recently.

The good news is that Disney is already in a bid to acquire Fox. If that happens, it will mean that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will finally be able to use X-Men and Fantastic Four characters in their movies.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige admits he has “dreams” and “ideas” for an Avengers/X-Men crossover.

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In a Los Angeles Daily interview, the baseball-cap-wearing Marvel mastermind was asked about incorporating Fox-owned properties into the MCU.

Although he says there are no concrete plans as of the moment, he admits he has ideas in mind as early as now.

Fox shareholders are expected to vote on Disney’s $71.3 billion offer very soon.

Fiege said:

“Not until we’re given the word. I have vague dreams and vague ideas. But right now, bringing to life the 10,000-plus characters that Marvel fully controls is what the gameplan is.”

Marvel’s strength relies on carefully planning its movies ahead of schedule, Feige said.

He shared:

“We schedule our movies very purposefully. And two-and-a-half months after Infinity War – which we had a feeling would leave people reeling with the events at the end of that film – we needed an antidote [with Ant-Man and the Wasp].

“We needed another reminder that Marvel Studios makes all kinds of movies and the Marvel Cinematic Universe can have all kinds of tones.”

Marvel is currently working on finishing Captain Marvel and after that, Feige and crew will be busy “(getting) the next Spider-Man on camera, then to continue to work on ‘Avengers 4’ in the cutting room.”

“I’m very busy for the foreseeable future,” he added.


‘Star Wars IX’ Could Feature These 7 Interesting Characters

The next ‘Star Wars’ film could bring back familiar faces and introduce new major players.

Nobelle Borines



The wait for Star Wars IX is a long one. Nevertheless, fans are already looking forward to what will happen in the sequel following the death of Luke Skywalker. But is Luke really gone for good? There are speculations that Mark Hamill's character will be back despite his tragic end in The Last Jedi.

Luke Skywalker is not the only character who is expected to return in Star Wars IX. General Leia Organa is still set to play a major role in the untitled sequel although Carrie Fisher passed away in 2016.

Here are more characters who might show up in the next Star Wars film:

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Korean Guy Becomes Famous on YouTube For Posting Videos Of Himself Studying

As in long hours of him reading in silence with minimal movement, speech, or even emotion. Seriously!




Becoming a YouTube celebrity is certainly easier these days. If you look good, have talent, got useful skills, or just willing to do anything to entertain viewers, you have a good chance to garner thousands or even millions of viewers.

But this guy from Korea may have trumped all those hard-working YouTube stars. See, Bot-No-Jam became famous for posting videos of himself - simply STUDYING.

Yup, as in long hours of him reading in silence with minimal movement, speech, or even emotion. Seriously!

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Regular People With Famous Names Pose As Their Celebrity Counterparts

This is such a great idea!




Being a celebrity may have a lot of perks, but making their names exclusive is not one of them. In fact, there are a lot of regular people who share the same name with famous stars.

The celebrities inspired some of the names, but some were just a complete coincidence. Being fascinated by the similarities, photographer Troy Goodall wanted to introduce the faces of the regular people with famous names. He cleverly called the project “Almost Famous.”

Clint Eastwood

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