There is a review embargo for Feig's Bridesmaids 2: Ectoplasmic Boogaloo! Apparently, there's a movie review embargo until July 10, the release date for the movie in the UK.
It makes sense for them to have that embargo, seeing that the movie looks like a giant steaming piece of crap that makes The Adventures of Pluto Nash look good... Was that a bit too much? I mean, which other Nerdy movie property was hit with a review embargo... Think, think!
Some people say MARTHA!! Others mention Trankt4stic... Point is, the only reason a Movie gets a review embargo is: Word of Mouth will kill this movie and we need to make most of the cash ASAP!! (Can't wait to see MARTHA!! Bigger Longer and Uncut to see if they fix some of the errors the Theatrical Release had)
Speaking of more SJW antics: Iron MAN is now a Teenage Black Girl... Iron MAN is a 15-year old black girl... Again, IRON MAN is now a GIRL... that happens to be black...
I think this is a load of BS... It's not Female Thor bad, but it still is bad...
-Ultimate Spider-Man was killed in order to have Miles Morales as Spidey.
-616 Nick fury was replaced by his bastard Black Son...
-Hulk is Asian now and not Banner.
-Cap was depowered and turned into an old Man so Falcon could take up the reigns as Cap... Then Cap became a Nazi and it was NOT a gimmick until it WAS a gimmick.
-Now Tony ends up being replaced by a 15-year old black girl who "Reverse Engineered" Iron Man tech... The legalities of that can be questionable... Especially since this is dealing with Iron Man Tech... Is this a set up for Armor Wars III?
Now let's talk Riri Williams... This cover kinda sexualizes a 15-year old black girl... Your move perennially offended...
Now the fact that this girl is black and built her armor out of STOLEN MATERIALS... kinda plays to the stereotype of Black people are thieves. Whatcha' gonna' do now SJWs? Your new female of color Ironman is a thief who will be sexualized in covers... Also, does anyone see the impracticality of that hair? Now, SJWfolk, it's not a racist question. Hair is hair, but when you have too much of it and have to cram it into a Metal Helmet with moving parts it could become a liability. Straight, curly, or wiry if you'r hair's too long and you need to fit it INSIDE the helmet, it won't be easy. I'm still trying to figure out how the invincible Mullet from the 90s fit inside the helmet.
New Sulu is now gay... Wanna know who is against this? I'll give you a hint:
Yup! The Original Sulu, George Takei, who happens to be gay and gay disagrees with making the Straight Sulu into a gay man.
His comments on the issue highlight my main issue with SJWfolks getting into fiction and tweaking established characters to fit an agenda.
"I’m delighted that there’s a gay character. Unfortunately, it’s a twisting of Gene’s creation, to which he put in so much thought. I think it’s really unfortunate."
"I told him, 'Be imaginative and create a character who has a history of being gay, rather than Sulu, who had been straight all this time, suddenly being revealed as being closeted.'"
"I said, 'This movie is going to be coming out on the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, the 50th anniversary of paying tribute to Gene Roddenberry, the man whose vision it was carried us through half a century. Honor him and create a new character. I urged them. He left me feeling that that was going to happen,"
This Hijacking of established characters and turning them into something else is wrong! Making the Doctor a woman, Sulu gay, or Stripping THOR of his identity... (Beta Ray Bill was NOT THOR. He had the POWER OF THOR, but wasn't Thor.) I mean look at Static. Instead of hijacking another hero, the team behind Static's creation made their own character. Electric Powers are somewhat common in comics. Virgil Hawkins is an average kid who was "cursed" with powers and now has a responsibility to do the right thing. Caught the Spidey influence? Did you catch the part where they replaced Peter Parker with a black kid? No, because they didn't... (not because Pete is Marvel and Static was created on DC, but that they took inspiration from the more mundane aspects of Spidey's life.) Marvel's approach to these new characters has been: REMOVE WHITEY FROM POWAH! Add minority or a woman! Miles was a FLUKE... Usually Replacing Peter Parker as Spider-Man doesn't go too well... Remember the time Peter Parker was replaced by... wait for it... PETER PARKER? Well, It alienated fans and right now, comics can't afford to lose fans, just because a loud group of NON-FANS are bitching about it.