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OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition: Rad, but you can’t have it

OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition: Rad, but you can’t have it

The most radical version of the OnePlus 6 was revealed this morning in semi-secret. That's the Avengers Edition, a version of the phone not coming to the United States - hence the semi-secrecy. Why spend time on launch PR in a country where you're not going to be able to sell the device? Those USA-based OnePlus/Avengers fans out there in the audience might want to take a closer peek - this phone is pretty neat.

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Avengers: Infinity War sets new $1B box office record

Avengers: Infinity War sets new $1B box office record

As everyone on the planet already knows, Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War has been a huge success, both in pleasing fans and making money. But it's in the latter category that the movie continues to break records. The latest for the superhero ensemble is that it's now reached the $1 billion worldwide mark in the fastest period of time.

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Avengers: Infinity War Characters: Where were Ant-Man and Hawkeye?

Avengers: Infinity War Characters: Where were Ant-Man and Hawkeye?

Today we're having a peek at Avengers: Infinity War from a post-viewing perspective, with specific regard to Ant-Man. Perhaps the biggest questions we've got about the film center on the characters that did not make it into the film. Why not Ant-Man? Why would Marvel spend so much time setting Ant-Man up with previous appearances to keep him out of this major motion picture? A motion picture that, might I mention, features basically every other hero we've seen in a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie over the past 10 years.

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Ant-Man and Wasp Trailer: Let’s get TINY

Ant-Man and Wasp Trailer: Let’s get TINY

It's time for the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - or the chapter between chapters. It's confusing. Let's discuss. Hank Pym and his daughter Hope van Dyne team up with Scott Lang to take on a new, weird, phasing sort of evil. But wait a minute - what does this mean with regard to Infinity War? Don't worry, this article has no Infinity War spoilers in it.

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Black Panther tops Titanic as US’s third-biggest box office hit

Black Panther tops Titanic as US’s third-biggest box office hit

The success of Marvel's Black Panther, both critically and financially, continues to grow, with the movie's latest milestone falling into the latter category. The latest superhero epic has beaten the once mighty Titanic in highest-grossing theatrical release of all time, taking the US's #3 spot.

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Avengers: Infinity War breaks ticket pre-sale records in just hours

Avengers: Infinity War breaks ticket pre-sale records in just hours

Even if you've been living under a rock all weekend, you've still likely heard about the new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. The latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and one that brings together the most heroes from the previous 18 films over the last ten years, hits theaters on April 27th. Alongside the new trailer's release on Friday, ticket pre-sales began, and Fandango has reported that Avengers: Infinity War has set a new record.

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Black Panther box office records bash: Check em!

Black Panther box office records bash: Check em!

Black Panther's opening weekend cemented the movie in the record books, not just amongst superhero movies, but in film history. Black Panther was named #1 for opening weekends in February as well as Winter as a season (adjusted and non-adjusted). This film also took home the honor of 5th-largest opening weekend for a film, ever. Numbers 1-4 were Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Jurassic World, and Marvel's The Avengers.

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Deadpool 2 trailer details a monstrous Cable

Deadpool 2 trailer details a monstrous Cable

The next Deadpool 2 trailer is out and fully in full effect for the masses. This next trailer has a whole lot of Cable going on, and it does not care who knows it. There's also a new poster out for the movie, complete with Deadpool in a Flashdance pose with bullets for water. It's very much in the spirit of this whole deal.

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Hoopla Marvel deal brings digital comics to public library users

Hoopla Marvel deal brings digital comics to public library users

Hoopla has finally struck a deal that brings Marvel graphic novels and other published content to the public library app. This announcement comes a couple years after Hoopla made similar deals with Dark Horse, Image Comics, and DC Comics; it greatly expands the app's comics offerings, adding some of the most coveted content for anyone to access. All you need is a public library card.

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Deadpool 2 Trailer: Bob Ross, Cable, Domino

Deadpool 2 Trailer: Bob Ross, Cable, Domino

Deadpool 2 is the second Deadpool movie and it has a trailer that makes Deadpool look like Bob Ross! It's so magnimoniously absurd, you won't even be able to handle it. This next film doesn't actually have a full title yet, and can be found on IMDB with the name "Untitled Deadpool Sequel." Negasonic Teenage Warhead is in this one, too!

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Netflix to Disney: wait, let’s talk about Marvel and Star Wars

Netflix to Disney: wait, let’s talk about Marvel and Star Wars

While Disney-made Disney content seems to be 100% off the table, Netflix still wants to negotiate over Marvel and Star Wars content. Disney, after all, owns the whole lot. Netflix stands to gain or lose a whole lot of viewers based on news bits like "Disney will ditch Netflix in 2019". Amid talks of the future of Disney's stream-friendly content, the CEO of the company agreed that Marvel and Star Wars (Lucasfilm) content might well be next to leave Netflix.

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Disney Netflix pull first, Star Wars and Marvel next

Disney Netflix pull first, Star Wars and Marvel next

After an announcement of a Disney content pull from Netflix, the company further expressed the possibility of doing so with Lucasfilm and Marvel content. Not that they'd necessarily pull the content that's been licensed under Netflix brand specifically, but that they're considering more separate streaming services. If they do decide to split these other brands, we'd have one whole heck of a lot of streaming brands to choose from - or perhaps we'll see it the other way - that we've got too many services to pay for.

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