Fifteen years ago, The Office premiered on TV, and it soon became one of the most well-known comedy series in the world. And as someone who doesn't usually commit to watching TV shows, this is one of the rare shows that hooked me.
It's a crazy world we live in—a lot of crazy news. Crazy stories. Crazy times. I don't need to mention what's been going on recently because you already know, so I'll jump right to the point.
No matter what you think of this movie, there's one thing that we can all agree on: Bloodshot is a ridiculously badass superhero name.
Since 2013, fans all over the internet have been working together towards a common goal: grab every single Pixar movie and throw them into a shared universe.
Are you a creator? Of course you are; I assume that's why you're reading this. If you're not a creator, then become one, because it's super fun. But the point is if you're reading this, you saw the title of this story, and you decided that you want to make a truckload of money by writing for Vocal.
For 25 years, Pixar has been consistently releasing some of the greatest animated movies in history; that is, if you don't count Cars 2, which I am still desperately trying to forget exists.