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ICYMI - Palpatine is a Clone, Anthony Mackie's Captain America "Represents Everybody" and Lady Mysterio

Here are the biggest stories for Monday, March 02, 2020.

We can't always cover everything. So here's everything you missed this afternoon. In Case You Missed It (ICYMI).

Warning: May contain spoilers!

Above Image: [SELF] [COSPLAY] I debuted my Spider-Man: Far From Home Mysterio cosplay over the weekend at PAX East! | Redditt - /MarvelStudios


1. Mark Ruffalo Confirms Preliminary Talks to Appear in Marvel’s ‘She-Hulk’ Series on Disney+ | /Film


2. BLACK WIDOW: Detailed Look At Taskmaster's Suit Points To Him Having Black Panther's Vibranium Claws | Comic Book Movie


Tamashii Nations has released official images for their upcoming Black Widow movie S.H. Figuarts Taskmaster. It's interesting if true but the site speculates based on a licensed toy. Apparently, the title comes from the plastic figure having hands that look like Black Panther's. Looks cool though. Read our primer Everything You Need to Know About Black Widow Villain Taskmaster to get up to speed.

3. Palpatine Is a Clone in The Rise of Skywalker According to New Star Wars Book | MovieWeb

The Rise of Skywalker: Expanded Edition (Star Wars) is being released March 17, 2020. But people got their hands on the pre-release copy and leaked it.

"All the vials were empty of liquid save one, which was nearly depleted. Kylo peered closer. He'd seen this apparatus before, too, when he'd studied the Clone Wars as a boy. The liquid flowing into the living nightmare before him was fighting a losing battle to sustain the Emperor's putrid flesh.
"What could you give me?" Kylo asked. Emperor Palpatine lived, after a fashion, and Kylo could feel in his very bones that this clone body sheltered the Emperor's actual spirit. It was an imperfect vessel, though, unable to contain his immense power. It couldn't last much longer."

4. First Look at STAR TREK: VOYAGER Fluxx Card Game | TrekCore


5. ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Set Photos Show Captain America In Action | Heroic Hollywood


6. Doctor Who Season 12 Finale Reveals the Identity of the Timeless Child | TV Guide


7. Anthony Mackie Says He Wants His Version of Captain America To "Represent Everybody, Not Just a Specific Group of People" | GeekTyrant


8. Holy Deepfake, Batman: Watch Robert Pattinson Replace Christian Bale In Batman Begins Scene | Cinemablend



9. Two TREK Events Beam to Los Angeles in March | TrekCore


10. Classic Sci-Fi Movies Get Reimagined as Dr. Seuss Books | The Mary Sue

The artist Dr. Faustusau/ also did Batman!


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Quote of the Day


"Hold on to your butts." - Ray Arnold, Jurassic Park (1993)

On This Day: Monday, March 02, 2020

March, 2, 1933: King Kong directed by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, starring Fay Wray premiered at Radio City Music Hall and RKO Roxy in NYC. It would open internationally on April 7, 1933.

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