SPIDER-MAN: Far From Home is just months away from hitting the big screen and Disney have revealed the first look at Marvel's favourite web-crawler. Peter Parker perished at the hands of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War so the first teaser trailer had fans asking a lot of questions about his fate so let's dive in with the full breakdown of what we have learnt... 1. Aunt May is happy Peter is Spider-Man Spider-Man: Homecoming ended with Aunt May walking in on Peter Parker and discovering his secret identity. Earlier in the film, Peter had revealed to Tony Stark that he'd decided to keep the news from her because he feared she'd freak out. Yet it seems in the sequel, the MCU version of Aunt May continues to differ with her older comic-book counterpart as Marisa Tomei's version is seen introducing Spider-Man at a charity event. She also implores her nephew to take his suit on his vacation and is later shown to have packed it despite Peter claiming that … [Read more...] about Spider-Man: Far From Home – trailer breakdown, theories and easter eggs for the Marvel film?
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Disney's sequel to Mary Poppins is in cinemas - and it's full of Easter eggs. The visual and musical allusions to the 1964 movie were added by director Rob Marshall and songwriters Marc Haiman and Scott Wittman to pay homage to the original. If you've seen the trailer you will have probably already spotted some of the nods to the first movie including Mary's win in the mirror. But there are even subtler Easter eggs hiding in the film. Lin-Manuel Miranda has spoken about a musical Easter egg that he only clocked after the movie was finished. Mary Poppins Returns is a feast for the eyes, even without the references, but here a few to keep your beady eyes out for. We'll add more as you flag them - so let us know if you spot any Mary Poppins Returns Easter eggs the comments below. 1. Very first line Mary’s first line to the Banks children is: “Close your mouth please, Michael – we are still not a cod fish”. For fans of the first movie it'll sound familiar, … [Read more...] about All the Mary Poppins Returns Easter eggs
BABY pictures are supposed to be innocent and cute, but this photo contains something very X-rated. By Christine Younan / Published 5th November 2018 THROWBACK: Cassie Krull shared her innocent photo on Twitter – but can you see what's wrong? (Pic: @CASSIE_KRULL) A Twitter user posted an old baby picture of an Easter shoot she did as a tot. In the innocent snap, Cassie Krull is surrounded by Easter eggs and two adorable bunnies.The student from Allen College, in Iowa, US, shared the picture so everyone could have a giggle at her hilarious throwback.But can you see what’s wrong with the photo? Related Articles Primark makes VERY embarrassing blunder with stationary item – can YOU spot it? Teacher’s Halloween costume DIVIDES the internet: ‘I don’t get how you did this’ Mumsnet users left BAFFLED by this £5 bodysuit – it makes you look completely naked “Just remember that two bunnies humped … [Read more...] about Student’s throwback Easter snap is a LOT ruder than intended – can you spot why?
Kristin Hall for The Spinoff OPINION: Kia ora - isn't it a lovely word? It reminds me of my hometown and Suzy Cato and perky Air New Zealand flight attendants. It's informal but sounds a lot nicer than 'g'day mate', and it's a word you're only likely to hear 4000 kilometres south of the equator, which is why I was a little surprised to see it plastered on a bottle of colourful goo in a small town supermarket in rural Ireland. How's your Te Reo? Take Newshub's Māori language quiz Kia ora, as it turns out, is not just a Māori greeting and expression of friendship but a brand of cordial (or squash as it's known here) owned by a small outfit you might have heard of called Coca-Cola. It comes in blackcurrant and orange flavours, the latter of which glowed so obnoxiously from the shelf I had to take a bottle home and taste it. It was sweet and sickly and somewhat fruit-adjacent without actually tasting like any particular fruit. It had something called glycerol esters of … [Read more...] about Opinion: Why is Coca-Cola still selling a racist drink called Kia-Ora?
Wicked the musical has been casting a spell over audiences across the world for 15 years now and luckily for us, it’s defying gravity and returning to Dublin’s Bord Gais Energy Theatre this summer. The smash-hit musical, which tells the epic story behind The Wizard Of Oz, has been mesmerizing audiences around the world for over a decade now and if you haven't witnessed the magic already, here’s why you should grab yourself some green face paint and join the masses. 1. Friendship goalsWithout any giving away any spoilers, Glinda and Elphaba will leave you wanting to run and hug your best friend. Similar to Disney’s Frozen, Wicked is more of a tale of an unlikely friendship and sisterhood than it is a love story.The musical flipped the script on what you would think would be numbers about lust and love and transformed into odes to friendship, and hatred. 2. The costumesThrough the performance, your eyes will witness racks and racks of whimsical costumes that will … [Read more...] about 6 reasons why you need to catch Wicked The Musical in Dublin