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Watch GoldenEye 007 Meet Mario 64 in Amazing Mod Trailer

Super Mario Goldeneye Mod

GoldenEye 007 and Mario have just met thanks to a new mod for the title, which has been celebrated with a spectacular trailer. When it comes to classic console first-person shooters, it’s hard to look past Rare’s classic, which set a high benchmark for how the genre could thrive after its foundation in computer gaming. What’s more, it also proved that not all video game tie-ins for other works had to be rushed and disappointing releases, with GoldenEye 007 instead going down as one of the best games on the Nintendo 64.

Even though times have changed, with FPS titles such as Halo and Call of Duty going on to …

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Does Paddington 2 Have A Post-Credits Scene?

Warning: SPOILERS ahead for Paddington 2

Paddington is back. After a hugely successful first outing in 2014, the bear from Peru is about to take us all on another heartwarming adventure. Paddington 2 has already earned very positive reviews in the U.K., and it’s one of those rare sequels that is actually better than its original, so it’s well worth catching it in theaters.

The storyline is funnier, more engaging, and even more heartwarming, if that were possible. There’s also high praise for its multitude of stars, with Brendan Gleeson and Hugh Bonneville being particular standouts. But it’s Hugh Grant that completely steals the show as …

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How Kitty Pryde Could Bring the X-Men into the MCU

Fox is still continuing to expand their X-Men film slate, and the last week has seen surprising new reports. It seems Fox is actually considering a Kitty Pryde movie. The character doesn’t have the same kind of prestige as the likes of Cyclops and Wolverine, but she’s still a real fan-favorite. In fact, Joss Whedon loved her so much that she inspired him to create Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

The idea of a Kitty Pryde movie was certainly a curveball. It left fans reeling, puzzled that a character with relatively little general exposure was being considered as the star of a movie. After all, characters like Deadpool and Gambit …

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Thanos Is Still The Main Villain In Avengers 4

Avengers 4 may not be the second part of this year’s Infinity War, but that doesn’t mean it will have a new threat: Thanos is still the big bad. Back in October 2014, Marvel visionary Kevin Feige announced an ambitious film slate for Marvel Studios that ran all the way to 2019, culminating in the fourth Avengers film. While we are still ending on that movie, quite a lot has changed since; the two-part Avengers: Infinity War has since become two distinct movies, with the title of the latter treated as a spoiler of some kind.

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The Post Review: Spielberg’s Triumphant Ode To Journalism

The Post is an expertly-crafted and compelling film brought to tantalizing life by a master director and an all-star ensemble cast.

The Post is the latest historical drama from director Steven Spielberg, following his recent Oscar-winning efforts such as Lincoln and Bridge of Spies. The project came together very quickly last year, with the cast and crew assembling in March to get it through the pipeline. Given the nature of its story, there’s an obvious parallel to be made to the current United States administration and its strenuous relationship with the media, which is why Spielberg and his team felt it was so necessary to move swiftly and get it to the big screen while the …

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