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I spent my “executive time” last night watching The Avengers (2012) on the cable. I haven’t seen it since a midnight screening opening night, but I remembered a few things from it; most of it I’d forgotten, though, and I did nod off in act 2…but I do that almost every night. I was entertained […]
The next issue of Vanity Fair will sport four variant covers spotlighting Avengers: Infinity War and itts untitles sequel, Avengers 4 – the cover story is both a jaw dropping photo shoot of the assembled talents, but also lost of gossipy bits! Let’s dig in! Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige’s origin story is given a […]
Has the current Great Licensing Era crested or is it still growing? As The Beat’s Taimur Dar wrote the other day, toys and other licensing items are a ever bigger part of IP farming. And here’s a very interesting story in the NY Times about toy marketing picking up the slack as movie ticket and home […]
§ This column has been absent for the usual reasons, a big deadline on an outside project, travel and the fact that running this site now takes up about half my day. But I’ve been hoarding away links like a squirrel under the acorn tree. Unfortunately no one is going to care about much besides […]
First it was a terrifying, shadowy figure. Then it was a video sceen cap. And now Isaac “Ike” Perlmutter, Marvel president and adviser to POTUS, is just standing there on an airplane runway getting his picture taken by the AP, after three decades of not allowing any photographs – even going so far as to go […]
Well, as I predicted, Marvel president Isaac “Ike” Perlmutter’s growing involvement in our government means he can no longer hide in the shadows, but will be photographed and even videoed as a public figure should be. The video came yesterday when POTUS Donald Trump went to speak to CentComm, and Perlmutter, rumored to be helping with […]
In not only his first press conference as PEOTUS, but the first presidential press conference that refuted rumors of urine play, president-elect Donald Trump confirmed that he is considering Marvel CEO Isaac “Ike” Perlmutter for a role in his administration, probably consulting on the Veteran’s Affairs dept. “Ike Perlmutter has been very very involved,” he […]
In a meeting at President-Elect Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate yesterday, Reuters photographer Jonathan Ernst managed to snap a photo through the window of Issac Perlmutter, Marvel’s CEO, along side Trump. The long lens and bad shooting conditions give the photo a suitably demonic glaze. As for Ernst, I hear he’s up for a role in Rogue Two.