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A Cheetos corn snack resembling Harambe the Gorilla just sold on eBay for $99,900
There really isn’t much more to say about that.
Iron Fist Trailer: The Final Defender Has Arrived
First there was Daredevil. Then Jessica Jones and Luke Cage. Now it’s time to get ready for Iron Fist. The fourth and final of Marvel’s Defenders is finally coming to Netflix—and he’s doing it barefoot. In the first trailer for the series, which like the three before it will ultimately tie into Netflix’s The Defenders, Danny Rand (Finn Jones) returns to New York City, minus socks and shoes, to reclaim his father’s company and beat up bad guys.
Okay, everyone. Deep breaths. This is real, and you are here, and that wonderful mind-bendy premiere episode of Legion just happened. In case you’re having trouble making sense of it, relax: we’re here to help.
Right out the gate, Legion doesn’t waste any time introducing itself to us: in the first few minutes we watch a hyper-stylized highlight reel of David’s life as he goes from happy child to troubled young man who appears to exhibit all the classic signs of paranoid schizophrenia–hearing voices especially.
Fox actually wants a Firefly revival, there’s just one catch
Firefly fans, brace yourselves. Fox Broadcasting President of Entertainment David Madden has said he would “be open to a Firefly reboot.” There’s just one string attached. And that string is Joss Whedon’s involvement.
Given the success of Fox’s reboots of The X-Files and 24, and Prison Break returning this year, Madden said he’d be open to a Firefly reboot if Joss Whedon himself wanted to revisit it. Madden suspects Whedon is now too busy with movies, and he would not consider doing Firefly without Whedon.”