doctor who seems to be on a roll these days, with the show reigniting interest in its future prospects with the return of David Tennant and Russell T. Davies, Jodie Whittaker’s tenure coming to a respectful end, and many previous incarnations returning for a new adventure. audio through time and space. Now, to cap off yesterday’s 59th anniversary celebrations, Guinness World Records has announced that an old pal, Ian Chesterton (played by William Russell), has broken a television record that is yet another testament to the sci-fi show’s incredible success. .
Meanwhile, Marvel drops the ball on a huge Guardians of the Galaxy twist messing it up a little too soon. Although James Gunn is probably furious at this point, even despite Mouse House’s best attempts to retrace his steps, the secret is now out in the open.
Star Wars Fans Now Want A Prequel Anime After Awesome Art Shows What Could Have Been
you can’t find a Star Wars fanatic who will not sing the praises of the clone wars Dave Filoni’s animated series, but as far as spin-off media is concerned, some parts of the community are realizing that there was probably another way to do it, one involving a certain Middle Easterner that is slowly but surely. dominating the entertainment industry.
Imagine how amazing it would have been if the clone wars era was rebooted as an anime series with its peculiar art style. Thanks to new art making the rounds online, we no longer have to rely on our imaginations. The bad news is that an anime prequel probably won’t happen. The good news though is that we have the next best thing in the form of Star Wars Visionswhich will soon return in early 2023 with another season.
doctor who escort breaks Guinness world record
Look, we all have our gripes with the Chris Chibnall era, but if there’s one thing the outgoing showrunner could do right, it’s reference Classic. Who in a subtly heartbreaking way. whittaker last episode The power of the doctor, was no exception in this regard, bringing back several previous Tardis occupants in addition to Tegan and Ace for Thirteenth’s last hurray. One of them was a beloved science teacher named Ian Chesterton, a companion to William Hartnell’s First Doctor from the original cast.
Now, according to Guinness World Records, Chesterton actor William Russell has broken the record for the longest gap between a television appearance with 57 years and 120 days. It’s nice to see the OG gang hold onto reality in unexpected ways.
Disney ruins an important Guardians of the Galaxy I turn, and there’s no turning back now
Warning: The following paragraph contains spoilers for the Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special. Please read below at his own discretion.
the Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special It will soon be available to stream on Disney Plus, but the company may have dropped the ball on a major spoiler with its MCU miniseries, marvel legends. In the last episode, which summarizes the events of Guardians Vol. two, avengers: infinity warY Avengers Endgame, there’s a clip from the upcoming special outing that features Drax and Mantis discussing a long-theorized development. Apparently, the adorable Celestial played by Pom Klementieff is none other than Star-Lord’s half-sister.
Disney has since gone into panic mode and removed the episodes, but everyone who follows MCU updates on the internet, which is basically the entire fandom, should know that by now.