No matter how clear Hugh Jackman is about never returning to the Wolverine character, Ryan Reynolds won't give up on the idea.
Earlier on The Ellen Show he told the host that "I would love to do a Deadpool, Wolverine mashup at some point, some kind of Logan thing. I don't know. He's on this kick ball change kick right now. I can't seem to bring him back. I can't seem to bring him back to the violence and mayhem. I'm trying. I talk to him every other day. Every other, other day he takes the call. But yeah, no, it's not really a rivalry. It's war."
Who do you think will win this war of wills? Will Ryan Reynolds convince Hugh Jackman to return to Wolverine one more time?
Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan just adopted both a donkey and an emu.
He may play the villain Negan on The Walking Dead, but he obviously has a soft spot for animals.
The donkey and the emu have been best friends and didn't want to be separated.
The two cuddle up and sleep together and will become frantic and agitated when apart.
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue Founder Jennifer Gordon says they received 2,000 inquiries to adopt the two, but feel that the AMC star has the resources to make sure the two are given the best home.
Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington says that one decade of his life is enough.
"It was emotional to leave the job, definitely, But I wouldn't say I was sad: If, like me, you go all the way back to the pilot of 'Game of Thrones,' that's almost 10 years of your life."
Although he has made it clear he is grateful for the show that made him famous, there is no chance he would ever go back.
"It was a huge emotional upheaval leaving that family," he said. "But would I want to go back and do more? Not on your life."
It took only three months of filming in New York City, but filming has wrapped on Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker.
This Joker film is a stand alone movie and is not connected with the main DCEU Joker currently played by Jared Leto.
The movie is directed by Todd Phillips, and also stars the legendary Robert De Niro as Murray Franklin.
The movie is an origin story with The Joker's real name being Arthur Fleck.
This has led many to believe that the movie will end with the twist of this being an impostor.
One of the longest running gags of The Joker is that he has no true origin, has no 'real' name, and does everything to keep it that way.
After the failure of Iron Fist on Netflix, Marvel might be looking to bring another martial arts character to the limelight.
Shang-Chi may not be one of Marvel's most well known comic book properties, but Marvel loves bringing their more obscure characters into the MCU.
Wonder Woman 1984 co-writer Dave Callaham has been hired to write a screenplay.
Callaham is of Chinese descent and a Brown Belt in 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu.
Do you think this will be another smash hit for the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
So a second slightly less vague trailer has been released for Captain Marvel.
Am I the only one disappointed that they don't show the cat turning into a monster like in the comic?
Also, the cat is no longer named after the most popular wookie, but is now named after Goose in Top Gun.
Although the trailer tries to make it clear that she bleeds blue blood, is Kree, and a hero, take it all with a grain of salt.
Well, except the part where she's the hero. I think we can assume that part is still canon.
Marvel is great at leading us to believe they gave us full spoilers in a trailer, just to make the plot twist in the movie have more impact.
Click the link in the show note to see the trailer for yourself, then post your thoughts below.
Hopefully you’ve heard that the Nerds Drink Whiskey Christmas party is on Saturday.
Yes we will have both our shot glasses and low ball glasses to give away.
But we will also have our brand spanking new shirts to give away!
We have tried to make sure we have every size, but get yours before we run out of your size!
We don’t know when we will be able to print up more shirts, so this might be your only chance.
See you on Saturday at Dogger’s then?