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  1. What about the Jehovah's Witnesses? They always entertain me!
  2. It looks like R2 is the next Disney princess.
  3. I hate how these threads get bumped so often, but there's never any actual news of a release or anything.
  4. Stranger still, it was credited in the movie.
  5. Your confusion is understandable given the recasting from Norton to Ruffalo for The Avengers, but yeah, it's in the same universe. It even had Iron Man in a mid-credits scene.
  6. No love for McCreary's work on SHIELD or Armstrong's Hulk?
  7. Welp, I've been listening all morning and I like it. ^ That about sums it up. It's certainly the best MCU score since Ant-Man.
  8. Label Threads

    1995 is square in the middle of the decade, it would make no more sense to call it the early 90s than the late 90s. In any event, the guys at Intrada DO use a "strict" early-mid-late system in their clues.
  9. Well, I thought it was way better film than the marketing suggested and the score fits it pretty well. It's certainly not Giacchino's best work, but it had fun moments and some cool stuff going on in the brass.
  10. My OCD absolutely abhors yours.
  11. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End did the same thing quite well IMO and everybody hated it. Every character has their own understandable motivation and every one of them is trying to manipulate events in their favor, like Jack did in the previous installments. With Fantastic Beasts, I think it's just a matter of Rowling not knowing how much is too much, a problem she had in some of the novels as well. Well sure most of the audience isn't worried that the wizarding world could become exposed, but the characters would be at that point in the world's history. You know there are also going to be fans who are introduced to the world starting with these movies. The storytelling may work better for them.
  12. If you actually read his blog posts, it covers a period of time much broader than his personal association with LucasFilm. Post #2 for instance, is entirely about the 1970s. So........ yeah..... Maybe it contained spoilers for VIII and IX.
  13. Eh, Season 10 was dull enough that I probably won't even tune in for 11.