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Elon Musk Announces Plan for Twitter At Met Gala

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After his $44 billion acquisition proposal was accepted by Twitter, everyone is curious to see what the tech tycoon has planned for the social media network. While attending the 2022 Met Gala in New York City, Elon Musk discussed his intentions for Twitter.

What He Wants

Twitter, Social Media, Icon, Social

“It would be to make Twitter as inclusive as possible, and to have as broad a swath of the country and the rest of the world on Twitter, and that they find it interesting, entertaining, and funny, and that it makes their life better,” Musk said on the red carpet alongside his supermodel mother Maye Musk.

A Figure of Free Speech

On the Met Gala red carpet, he appeared to have taken that mantra to heart, as he posed in awkward and hilarious positions for the photographers. He just stated that he was ‘just following the dress code’ when questioned how his clothing fit into this year’s theme of Gilded Glamour.

His ambitions, which he announced on the red carpet, are consistent with what he has already stated about the website. Musk recently sold $4.8 billion worth of Tesla shares shortly after Twitter agreed to sell the firm to him after his takeover proposal was accepted, stating that he wants to encourage “free speech.”

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Henry Cavill has Explained His Teasons for Quitting The Witcher

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The fourth season of Netflix’s The Witcher will not include Henry Cavill, which came as very terrible news to the show’s fans over the weekend.

Witcher, Superman, and Sherlock Holmes

British actor Henry William Dalgliesh Cavill was born on May 5, 1983, and his last name is Cavill. He is well-known for playing characters such as Charles Brandon in The Tudors on Showtime from 2007 to 2010, Superman in the DC Extended Universe from 2013 to 2022, Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher on Netflix from 2019 to 2023, and Sherlock Holmes in the Netflix movies Enola Holmes from 2020 and its 2022 sequel.

With parts in the movie versions of The Count of Monte Cristo (2002) and I Capture the Castle, Cavill launched his acting career (2003).

Later, he played minor roles in various TV shows, such as The Inspector Lynley Mysteries on the BBC, Midsomer Murders on ITV, and The Tudors on Showtime.

Since then, he has made appearances in movies including Tristan & Isolde (2006), Stardust (2007), and Immortals (2011). He has been in the espionage movies The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) and Mission: Impossible – Fallout since his breakout role as Superman (2018).

He was and still perfect as the Witcher

“The wonderful Mr. Liam Hemsworth will assume the role of the White Wolf in my place. I hand the mantle to Liam with admiration for the time spent inhabiting Geralt and excitement to see how he portrays this most intriguing and nuanced of individuals, as with the best literary characters.

The report has sparked skepticism, criticism, and perhaps future boycott threats against The Witcher. So why did Henry Cavill decide to put his weapons down?

Most people believe that the surprise departure has something to do with Cavill’s agreement to reprise his role as Superman in the DC Universe for a number of movies over the coming several years.

There is little doubt that assuming the role of Man of Steel would leave little time for exploring The Continent in search of monsters. Others have noted that Cavill may have truly revealed the cause for his departure years ago.

As you presumably already know, Cavill is a huge fan of The Witcher, both the CD Projekt RED video games and the original Andrzej Sapkowski novels.

There are other examples from earlier interviews that are presently making the rounds on social media that imply Cavill wasn’t too pleased with how the Netflix show treated the source material.

Fans have found earlier conversations with Cavill and showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich on Twitter and The Witcher subreddit that say volumes.

Cavill repeatedly mentions wanting to uphold the showrunner’s vision while still being faithful to the original material, as you can see in the excerpt below.

In the past, Cavill had stated that he was totally dedicated to The Witcher’s seven-season plan, provided that the program could continue to deliver excellent tales that paid tribute to Sapkowski’s work.

It’s possible that Cavill thought it was time to move on given some of the more significant modifications to the plot in The Witcher’s second season and recent claims that the show’s creators “actively despise” the source material.

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Finally, A New Spyro Video Game is Coming Out

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This news is exciting. Three characters from my early years truly stick out in my memory: Crash, Croc, and Spyro. Crash and Spyro are still prospering like the beloved icons they are, but my man Croc may have unfairly vanished into the depths.

What’s Spyro?

The primary character in the video game series of the same name, Spyro, is a dragon. Numerous sequels and a reboot trilogy have been released since the Spyro the Dragon PlayStation game from Sony launched the franchise in 1998.

The franchise, which was originally developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Computer Entertainment, through a number of ownership and developer changes before Activision purchased the rights to the IP in 2008.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy, a compilation of remade versions of the first three Spyro PlayStation games, was created by Toys for Bob and published for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2018, and then for Microsoft Windows and the Nintendo Switch in September 2019.

For the PlayStation, Spyro the Dragon was made available in North America on September 10th, 1998, and Europe in October, 1998. It is a platform game in which the player assumes the role of Spyro, a little purple dragon tasked with liberating his fellow dragons from crystal prisons that are dispersed around their planet.

From the main world, ‘portals’ lead to each level. The last battle between Spyro and the main foe, Gnasty Gnorc, brings the game to an end. Five million copies of the game were sold globally, which is a strong sales performance.

Finally, a fan-favorite is back!

The two franchises have a lot of things in common. Both series’ initial trilogies have been updated in recent years, but although Crash has subsequently received Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, poor Spyro has been forced to watch from the sidelines.

But that could soon change since it seems like Toys For Bob is working on a new Spyro game.

According to Insider Gaming, Toys For Bob dropped a hint on Twitter. Big changes and BIG MOOD for 2023 #LifeatTFB, the developer said besides a collage of pictures. The presence of Spyro and the 25th logo in the upper left corner is what has people’s attention the most.

In 1998, Spyro The Dragon: The Original was made available for the PlayStation. So it should come as no surprise that the 25th relates to the fact that 2023 marks Spyro’s 25th anniversary.

There isn’t a better moment in my opinion to release a new Spyro game, especially in light of how well-received the Reignited Trilogy was.

We are aware that Toys For Bob is also developing the multiplayer spin-off Crash Team Rumble. The game was unveiled at the Game Awards the year before.

It was exciting to witness Crash Bandicoot emerge from the stage and plummet from the ceiling in the middle of the night. But it’s not implausible to think that another Toys for Bob team is presently working on the newest Spyro game. We’ll be keeping a close look out.

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The Head of Marvel Studios Claims that We’ll Never Get Bored of Superhero Films

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The head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, argues that superhero movies will never get boring, and the statistics back him up.

Superheroes won’t get old

Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, thinks that audiences will never grow weary of superhero films.

According to Feige, 49, non-comic book fans “don’t comprehend” that films can be developed from the source material and continue to be relevant in the same way that movies are created from novels, according to aceshowbiz.com.

11 of the top 30 highest-grossing films at the time of writing are Marvel or DC adaptations. Only James Cameron’s Avatar is higher in the charts than Avengers: Endgame. But let’s face it: James Cameron’s 1, 069th cinematic re-release of Avatar is the only reason it’s at the top of the rankings.

Feige talked about his enthusiasm for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how it has grown into the global powerhouse it is today during an interview with The Movie Business Podcast.

The most of us at Marvel Studios have been working together for ten years or more, according to Feige, who has worked there for more than 22 years. “People have been inquiring, ‘Well, how long is this going to last?’ probably since my second year at Marvel. Will comic book movies ever become less popular? ‘”

The discussion shifted to whether the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be able to continue riding the popularity wave for years to come.

“I wasn’t sure I got the question. Because it seemed to me like saying, “Well, how many more movies can be based on novels? ” after Gone With the Wind. Do you believe that moviegoers will become less interested in book-to-film adaptations? “, Feige said.

“You would never ask that,” he said, “since most people are aware that a book may be anything. Any kind of tale may be found in a novel. Therefore, everything relies on the story you are translating. Readers who don’t read comic books are unaware that it works the same way with comics.

With Spider-Man: Far from Home, Phase Three of the MCU came to an end, during what is currently regarded as the MCU’s golden period. Box office successes included Avengers: Endgame, Infinity War, Black Panther, and others.

Phase Four saw fewer movie releases than Phase Three, perhaps because of the COVID epidemic, although Spider-Man: No Way Home, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever were all huge successes.

However, Phase Five will undoubtedly be a pivotal period for the MCU, starting with the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania in theaters next month and continuing with Captain America: New World Order, Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3, and other films.

Will audiences ever get tired of superhero and comic book adaptations? Time will only tell. But we believe it’s safe to predict that the MCU will continue to exist for a very long time.

As opposed to Marvel’s Avengers from Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics, which will be discontinued after just two years!

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