Paul Bettany probably has one of the most interesting MCU history of any of his fellow Marvel actors. After spending four films as the voice of Tony Stark's ever present A.I, J.A.R.V.I.S, Bettany initially thought he was about to be fired before he was offered the chance to play The Vision in Avengers: Age Of Ultron.
Classic Nickelodeon cartoon Rugrats was ahead of its time in many ways, showing children people of different races, beliefs, and family structures. After six seasons of being raised by his Father, Chas, in the show's only single-parent household, fan favourite Chuckie Finster becomes a member of the show's first blended family. Twenty years ago, at the end of Rugrats In Paris: The Movie, Chuckie gained a Stepmother, Kira, and Stepsister, Kimi, when Chas and Kira were married. Throughout Rugrats and its spin-off, All Grown up, the Finsters provided a wonderful example of a happy, healthy blended family.
This month marks the 20th Anniversary of Rugrats In Paris, the second of three films based on Nickelodeon's popular animated series Rugrats.
November 14th marks the tenth anniversary of the release of Tangled, Disney's take on the classic tale of Rapunzel. While the film now holds a place among the greatest of Disney classics, it's journey to the big screen was not an easy one.
Sometime in December 2020, the MCU television series WandaVision, starring Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlet Witch, and Paul Bettany as Vision, will hit Disney +.
Halloween is a time to get a little creepy. Buffy The Vampire Slayer is one of the greatest supernatural shows of all time, so what better way to celebrate the spooky season than revisiting the cult-classic's Halloween themed episodes?