• Aaron Fonseca

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Updated: Feb 15



Mark Wahlberg says

that he will never star in a superhero movie because he dislikes spandex. ''It's just that for me, personally, as an actor, I would have a really hard time walking out of my trailer with a cape on, and a spandex suit. But that being said, I was working really hard to bring The $6 Million-Dollar man to the screen, which is based on a TV series. And it was based on a lot of wish-fulfillment and what this character could do, based on what they did to him. But it was grounded in reality and you felt like it would be much more believable as being realistic, to me, to be able to play that part, and feel like 'I could do this,' in a way that didn't feel silly. But you never know: maybe the right part will come along! We'll see.


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Mark Wahlberg tells Variety magazine that he thinks Hollywood is going to make a movie about Tom Brady. “I could play his uncle. I would love to play [New England Patriots head coach] Bill Belichick.”


Giant Freakin Robot says Warner Brothers hopes to start shooting a sequel to Joaquin Phoenix's Joker movie sometime in 2023. They have a script in hand. The movie could be released as early as 2025


Fox News says Peter Robbins, the voice-over artist for Charlie Brown, has died. He took his own life and was 65.


Spider-Man star Willem Dafoe tells GQ magazine that he wants to play a Joker character in Joaquin Phoenix's next Joker film. "There is something interesting about, like, if there was a Joker imposter. So it would be possible to have not dueling Jokers but someone that [claims] to be the Joker that isn't the Joker. And that kind of opens up the possibility of an interesting story, particularly if you had Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker, and then you had someone who was either imitating or riffing off what he did. I fantasized about that. But other than that I am not talking to anybody [about it], you're the first one.


My San Antonio says a single comic book page from a Spider-Man comic was auctioned off for $3.36 million. The page is from the 1984 Spider-Man comic "Secret Wars Number 8" and shows Spider-Man in his black suit for the first time.




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Indy 100 says a husband, who wishes to remain anonymous, plans to see Robert Pattinson's new Batman movie instead of attending the birth of his child on March 4th. He posted; "It is important to see the movie the first day because of spoilers.'' The man's wife wrote: "I am upset because I feel deprioritized by him.”


Robert Pattinson tells Premiere magazine that his Batman character is a criminal. "He's nowhere at home except on the street when he's wearing the suit. He lives a criminal life, but without committing crimes! I felt like I could get something out of that. Anyway, I could only play a superhero if he was really dirty! I'm sure in this first fight, he manages to convince himself that every guy in front of him is the one who killed his mother. And so that allows him to vent all his rage.


Thrillist says Little Caesars is going to begin selling a Batman-themed pizza later this month. The pizza is shaped like the Bat signal and is topped with pepperoni and cheese. It comes with a side of red sauce.


Deadline Hollywood says 350 IMAX theaters have sold all of their tickets for a preview screening of "The Batman" on March 1st. The film is expected to make $185 million during its opening weekend


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Liam Neeson says Seth MacFarlane has approached him about rebooting the Naked Gun franchise. He tells People magazine, “I’ve been approached by Seth McFarlane and Paramount Studios to maybe resurrect the Naked Gun films. It’ll either finish my career or bring it in another direction. I honestly don’t know. I think the action movies will draw to a close, they have to. Audiences aren’t stupid, you know. They’re gonna go, ‘Oh, this guy, Liam Neeson. He’s got to be 71, 72, 73…’ I’ll stop at some stage.”


The Los Angeles Times says Disney fans are paying $270 for popcorn buckets.The purple dragon buckets originally sold for $25, but are now being sold online for $270.

Fonseca Has one of those buckets


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New Valentine's Day Scam: The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a new Valentine's Day scam. They say hackers are setting up fake jewelry stores and fake floral shops online. The scammers are using professional logos, promotions and graphics on their fake websites in order to steal from consumers. Their goal is to get as many credit card numbers as they can.

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