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Things are happening in the Marvel Universe and there are five people we can’t wait to debut. At San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige revealed the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Early revelations include a solo movie for Black Widow, an Eternals film, and Shang-Chi movie. Not to mention content for…

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Tessa Thompson revealed what she’s “slightly addicted” to. The Men in Black: International actress has a number of inkings, including three dots on her ankle, the number five on her rib cage and the words “yes” and “no” on her arms, and she admitted she likes to “scar” herself because she picks up accidental marks…

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Tessa Thompson pretends to like any terrible Christmas gifts she’s given. The 35-year-old star has admitted to occasionally using her acting talents when she’s been handed awful presents by any of her friends or family. She told Elle magazine: “We’re not big shoppers in my family — my parents make stuff instead. My dad will take…

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Tessa Thompson claims Michael B. Jordan got “really angry” when he was hungry on the set of Creed II. The 35-year-old actress insists it was understandable that her co-star got “really irritable” during filming because he was pushing himself so hard to stay in shape to play boxer Adonis Creed. She told Elle.com: “I’m sure…

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Sultry songstress Janelle Monae definitely has channeled a lot of her mentor and idol, the late legendary Prince, as she titillates her fans with her androgyny and blurred sexual orientation (Prince mastered this with cuts like “Controversy” and especially in the lyrics that open “I Would Die for You”: “I’m not woman/I’m not a man/I’m…

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Tessa Thompson, who is set to appear in Thor: Ragnarok, has a bone to pick with Hollywood over the terrible way male writers portray female action stars. In case you’re playing catch up, the technicolor trailer debuted back in April, and fans just can’t get enough. In the third installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe…

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PARK CITY, Utah — Celebrities, filmmakers and aspiring moviemakers converged on this picturesque city in the mountains above Salt Lake City for the 30th anniversary of the founding of arguably the world’s most prestigious film festival, Sundance Film Festival. Within the smorgasbord of films, screenings, parties and A-list celebs on Main Street, The Black House…

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