Making a watermelon keg may seem like a rather peculiar thing to do; however, a watermelon keg can be used for a wide variety of refreshing summer vodka and gin cocktails, and it is a great addition to any garden party or celebration. It is also a simple task, and inside of your watermelon keg, you can include a variety of easy cocktails to enjoy on a summer day. If you’re wondering how to make a watermelon keg, look no further, because we’ll explain everything you need to know below.
The Marvel movies beat DC comics movies for a variety of reasons. Marvel studios has worked consistently over the years to create superhero movies that fans love, and their dedication to their craft shows. While the DC universe has come out with various movies that have soared to the top of the box office, the majority of audiences agree that franchises like The Avengers are ultimately the movies that are more well-received by fans of the comics and the genre alike. Comic book movies will forever be in competition with one another, and there are some key factors that contribute to capturing an audience; but if you're like the rest of us, you probably agree that Marvel's movie-making ability goes unmatched.
When the Iron Man character was originally created, Stan Lee intended for the billionaire playboy to be one that everybody hated. His unpredictable nature and sarcasm were supposed to be something that fans abhorred, and his virtues were not (and still kind of aren't) necessarily in line with other heroes' at his inception.
If you’ve ever watched any of the Marvel films so far, you’ve definitely noticed Thor and all his glory. Played by one of the hottest superhero actors, Chris Hemsworth, this superhero is absolutely impossible to ignore. Bringing more than just good looks to the table though, he is the God of thunder in tales of lore, has unbelievable cosmic power, and, in every Thor film so far (think Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok), leads moviegoers on epic, action-packed, and entertaining adventures. The reasons why people love Thor aren't really a secret, but you have appreciate what he brings to the Avengers and the Marvel Cinematic Universe at large.
Some of the best parts of superhero movies are those intense action scenes where superheroes and villains fight to the death. Whether fans are reading through origin stories or are watching the Avengers risk their lives to save the galaxy, it's always exciting to watch each characters' powers match up against each other as they battle for the fate of themselves and others. There's no shortage of ability to be enjoyed either, as the MCU is filled with characters that are each more powerful than the next. In order to make story plots as compelling as they could possibly be, Marvel committed themselves to giving the sides of good and evil an immense amount of power; and though some are more reserved or humble about their ability, others can only be characterized as deadly. This could leave fans wondering though, which side will ultimately prevail? The only way for anyone to know for certain is to consider each side's main players carefully against each other. Luckily for the fate of the world, the deadliest Marvel characters come from both sides of the aisle.
The buzz from the new movie Captain Marvel, which is hitting theaters March 8th, is just now erupting in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Many people who are fans of the Marvel movies, but were never avid comic book readers, may be asking the question, “Who is Captain Marvel?” This is a reasonable question to ask because she has not appeared in any other recent films created by Marvel studios. In fact, this character has yet to be seen at all on the big screen. So who is she? Let’s take a closer look.