Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome everyone for a brand new day! We are officially in July and you know what this means. For us Americans, it is the Independence Day weekend. July 4 is the special holiday where the citizens of the United States celebrate our independence from Great Britain. The thirteen North American colonies fought hard against the British and on this day, the important document the Declaration of Independence was signed. We celebrate our freedom and we wear our patriot colors (red, white and blue). Besides this holiday, get ready for some movies of this month. Today is the release of Minion: The Rise of Gru, the sequel to the 2015 first Minions movie. Originally, this movie was meant to be in theaters on July 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this movie got delayed and pushed back. If you are not in the mood to take your kid to see Lightyear, take them to see Minions. Next Friday is the fourth Thor movie, Thor: Love and Thunder. Unfortunately, if you have been dying to see two Thor’s, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Christian Bale as Gorr, you will need to wait next week. Speaking of Thor, if you still play the Avengers video game, Jane Foster Thor is the new playable hero. She is a free DLC and she is going to be joining the rest of the Avengers like Iron Man, Black Panther and the original Thor. This weekend is also Anime Expo. If want your 4th of July weekend to be epic and you love anime, go out and be with your anime fan peers and pay a visit to your favorite voice actors and get anime updates.
America, the land of the free!
Enjoy some Spider-Man this weekend!
Here is what if Deadpool was in the Doctor Strange 2 movie:
Happy Independence Day!
Happy Friday! I predict a lot of fan edits and music videos with the Barbie World song. How does that not get included??
Happy Friday! I am still surprised we’re getting a Barbie movie, but then again we did get a Bratz movie. They had the perfect opportunity to use the song, but they can’t do it. Maybe it’s because of copyright or it would be pricey to use the song.