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You Will Go Crazy For These Illustrations Of Female Disney Characters As “Game Of Thrones” Cast

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What if the world of Westeros was set in the fantastic world of Disney? In the magical Disney universe, the Seven Kingdoms would be up for grabs. But what if  Disney princesses were transformed into Game of Thrones’ cunning women? I know, it’s insane! But surprisingly, it’s not crazy at all, because the character swap works out pretty well.

Artist Sam Tsui reimagined the women of Westeros as Disney characters, resulting in some fantastic pairings. Elsa from Frozen would be Daenerys, Rapunzel would be Sansa Stark, Mulan would be Brienne of Tarth and so many other characters. Game Of Thrones has ended, but if you want to rediscover the emotions of this hit movie, don’t miss this very special series!

Scroll down for more fantastic drawings and don’t forget to let us know your favorite in the comments!

#1 Merida as Ygritte

Source: Sam Tsui

Both Merida and Ygritte are instantly recognizable due to their blazing red hair (Ygritte is said to be “kissed by fire”) and they both know how to use a bow and arrow! It’s a more than accurate mashup!

#2 Ariel as Melisandre

Source: Sam Tsui

This pairing was a no-brainer because of the iconic red hair. Stannis’ ruthless, ambitious, fervent, and shadow-baby-birthing red priestess is on the other end of the spectrum from Ariel’s sweet, naive personality. But that’s what makes this mashup interesting, isn’t it?

#3 Lilo as Arya Stark

Source: Sam Tsui

The artist chose Lilo to dress up as Arya because she is one of the only Disney protagonists who is still a little girl!

#4 Mulan as Brienne of Tarth

Source: Sam Tsui

Come on! Isn’t this obvious? They both know what it’s like to be a warrior, especially in a man’s world.

#5 Jasmine as Ellaria Sand

Source: Sam Tsui

It was too obvious to cast Jasmine as a lady of Dorne, the sandy, vaguely Arabic/Moorish kingdom in Westeros’ south!

#6 Cinderella as Catelyn Stark

Source: Sam Tsui

Catelyn Stark and Cinderella both know what it’s like to have strange sisters, and Catelyn could have taken a hint from Cinderella and excused herself from a specific bridal banquet before the clock struck midnight…

#7 Grandma Fa as Olenna Tyrell

Source: Sam Tsui

While Grandma Fa from Mulan is not a Disney Princess, the artist imagined her and Olenna Tyrell, Queen of Thorns and matriarch of family Tyrell, to share the same kindred-sassy-granny spirit.

#8 Tiana as Meera Reed

Source: Sam Tsui

This one may not be as obvious to non-book readers, but Meera is the spunky girl assisting Bran and crew in their quest to find the three-eyed raven north of the wall – The Reeds are the rulers of the Cranogmen, who live in swamps and marshes and are sometimes referred to as “frog-eaters,” so Sam Tsui figured that Tiana, a bayou beauty herself, would be a perfect fit!

#9 Snow White as Shae

Source: Sam Tsui

Snow White was chosen to portrait Shae for a very simple reason: they all have dwarves as companions.

#10 Belle as Maraery Tyrell

Source: Sam Tsui

Aside from the fact that both Westeros and the world of Disney Princesses appear to be lacking in brunettes, the rose imagery at the heart of Beauty and the Beast made this match-up (with the Tyrell house sigil being, of course, a flower) an easy one.

#11 Rapunzel as Sansa Stark

Source: Sam Tsui

Sansa receives a lot of criticism, particularly from book fans, but let’s face it, she’s had a difficult life and spends the majority of the series captive or locked up in one tower or another. And who better to relate to in this situation than Rapunzel?

#12 Elsa as Daenerys Targaryen

Source: Sam Tsui

Although one has mystical ice-related skills and the other is impervious to fire and gave birth to three baby dragons, the golden hair and their shared journey from shy and oppressed little girls to ferocious queens made this choice a no-brainer.

#13 Aurora as Cersei Lannister

Source: Sam Tsui

Our sweet Aurora is dressed up as the scheming, incestuous Lannister lady that everyone loves to hate. While the choice was mainly aesthetic, one more reason that Aurora should play Cersei Lannister is that all the wine Cersei seems to be drinking probably makes her a little sleepy at times. ..

#14 All of the Disney Princess has gathered here in the Wonderful World of Westeros

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35 Actors Who Brilliantly Starred In Both Dc And Marvel

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Conducting numerous films based on their own comic books, DC and Marvel always need actors and actresses to help their products to be successful. Since the two studios dominate the movie world, they all can attract many superstars or help turn lesser-known actors into more popular ones. Thus, many names seek opportunities there to take on leading roles or cameos.

And as no rule prevents you from enjoying DC and Marvel at the same time, so here is the list compiling celebrities who participated in both of these universes comes! From David Harbour to Michelle Pfeiffer, they all had brilliant cooperations with the two companies! Having comic books and film rivalries, but these franchises share a large number of the cast!

Therefore, let’s scroll down to check our compilation out! I am sure that it involves many well-known performers who you love! So, let’s unveil the file together!

#1 Tommy Lee Jones in Captain America: The First Avenger and Batman Forever

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#2 Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje in Thor: The Dark World and The Suicide Squad

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#3 Djimon Hounsou in Guardians of the Galaxy, Constantine, Aquaman, and Shazam

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#4 Laurence Fishburne in Ant-Man and the Wasp and Daily Planet

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#5 Pom Klementieff in Avengers: Infinity War and The Suicide Squad

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#6 Sylvester Stallone in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and The Suicide Squad

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#7 Michael Rooker in the Guardians franchise and The Suicide Squad

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#8 Sean Gunn in Rocket Raccoon, Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Suicide Squad

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#9 Christian Bale at the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards and in The Dark Knight Rises

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#10 Jared Leto in Morbius and The Suicide Squad

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#11 Zachary Levi in Thor: The Dark World and Shazam

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#12 Ben Mendelsohn in Captain Marvel and The Dark Knight Rises

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#13 Rachel Weisz in Black Widow and Constantine

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#14 Tilda Swinton in Avengers: Endgame and Constantine

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#15 Randall Park in Ant-Man and the Wasp and Aquaman

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#16 Chris Pine in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Wonder Woman 1984

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#17 Angela Bassett in Black Panther and Green Lantern

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#18 Brian Tyree Henry in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Eternals, and Joker

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#19 Zazie Beetz in Deadpool 2 and Joker

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#20 Josh Brolin in Avengers: Endgame, Deadpool 2, and Jonah Hex

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#21 Michael Fassbender in X-Men: Apocalypse and Jonah Hex

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#22 Joe Manganiello in Spider-Man and Zack Snyder’s Justice League

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#23 Willem Dafoe in Spider-Man and Aquaman

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#24 Taika Waititi in Thor: Ragnarok, Green Lantern, and The Suicide Squad

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#25 Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool 2 and Green Lantern

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#26 Idris Elba in Thor and The Suicide Squad

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#27 Michael Keaton in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Batman

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#28 Tom Hardy in Venom and The Dark Knight Rises

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#29 James Marsden in X2 and Superman Returns

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#30 Halle Berry in X2 and Catwoman

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#31 Michelle Pfeiffer in Ant-Man and the Wasp and Batman Returns

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#32 Ben Affleck in Daredevil and Batman

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#33 J.K. Simmons in Spider-Man and Justice League

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#34 David Dastmalchian in Ant-Man and the Wasp, The Dark Knight, and The Suicide Squad

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#35 David Harbour in Black Widow and The Suicide Squad

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These 14 Spider-Man Villains Haven’t Appeared On The Big Screen Despite Having Tremendous Power

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It is well-known in the Marvel fans community that antagonists also play a major role in movies just like the superheroes. The devils are the ones that spark the battle!

Especially in a Spider-Man movie, the success of a release partly depends on how well a villain is portrayed and carried out. Recently, the new movie of this franchise – Spider-Man: No Way Home – has become a blockbuster thanks to the appearance of new exciting antagonists with formidable power.

However, despite having appeared several times in the Spider-Man comics, these 14 villains below have not been seen on the big screen. Keep scrolling to know who they are!

#1 The Hobgoblin

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#2 The Inheritors

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#3 Mister Negative

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#4 The Jackal

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#5 Boomerang

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#6 Speed Demon

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#7 Big Wheel

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#8 Kraven the Hunter

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#9 The Spot

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#10 Silver Sable

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#11 Sin-Eater

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#12 The Enforcers

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#13 Hammerhead

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#14 Swarm

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5 Times Thor Doesn’t Look Like A God Because Of His Impulsive Decisions 

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Thor is one of the most crucial characters in MCU. The God of Thunder is described to be funny, charming, very good-looking with blond hair. One more plus for him is that he is a God. However, following the Marvel series, you could easily see another side of this humorous God.

This character is loved for his bravery and superpower. But he isn’t perfect as many think of a God. In fact, there are some moments when he might be more human than a God after all. We have collected 5 such moments of Thor when he made impulsive decisions. But we are not criticizing Thor, even we could realize ourselves in him.

Let’s see when they are!

#1 Thor fights Captain America And Iron Man

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In The Avengers, Captain America and Iron Man met Loki for the first time. When both avengers are attempting to capture the God of Prank, Thor – an ideal brother of Loki appears and tries to fight to save his brother. Thor often has an arrogant thought that he is a God and has much more superior than anyone. But that fight seems not necessary. He totally could talk to solve those problems much more easily.

#2 Times living in guilt

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We all find that Thor is one of those who has to suffer a lot among the Avengers in MCU. He lost his home, his family, and his close friend. But his attitude towards his hardships makes us hard to sympathize with him. He always blamed himself for what had happened, but he let him live in the guilt too long instead of trying harder. Whenever he lost something precious, he tended to doubt himself, lost his enthusiasm. While these were times he should stand up for his loved ones and himself.

#3 Starting a war against Frost Giants

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As a God and also a King of Asgards, Thor should be wiser and think thoroughly before making a decision. Instead of waging a war, he should learn to control his temper and impulsivity. Some problems which could be solved by communication. His responsibility is to find out what diplomacy is and protect his citizens from wars. But his impulsive decisions make him look like not really ready for ruling Asgards. That’s why in a minute without thinking, he decided to kill all frost giants, Loki and his childhood friends.

#4 Cutting Thanos’s head off

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Everyone hates Thanos because they lost their loved ones. It’s easy to understand if anyone sees Thanos living in a peaceful place after killing half of the population, they all want to kill him. But as an Avenger, Thor shouldn’t have that impulsive action like that. While others are talking to Thanos and exploiting more information to save the world, Thor, due to his momentary emotion, cut Thanos’s head off. This could make everything harder, Thor!

#5 Didn’t cut Thanos’s head off

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Thor had many chances to kill Thanos, but he seemed to make unnecessary mistakes. When we need Thanos to provide more information, he cut Thanos’s head off, while this time, why didn’t he focus on the head where every thought come out? Using a weapon might not help to kill him immediately.

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What Does Captain American Look Like In His Other 10 Popular Movies?

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Captain America isn’t a strange name with MCU fans. They love Captain America and then they love Chris Evans, but this actor has much more than just one typical character in his acting career.

Chris Evan is a gifted American actor with a big collection of films and movies. He began his career with roles in television series in 2000. But, until his iconic character in the series of Avengers – Captain America, Chris Evan shot to stardom. And he also became the heart and soul of MCU for almost an entire decade. It can be said that his work on the Marvel series established him as one of the world’s highest-paid actors.

However, it can’t be denied that this talented man also has other great work that has become big hits. Here is a list of worth watching movies in which Chris Evans isn’t Captain America:

#1 Gifted (2017)

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If you are familiar with Chris Evans in the appearance of a superhero – Captain America, you might find it interesting to see him in another aspect – an emotional man. It’s Frank in Gifted (2017) – an American drama film. In this film, Chris Evans played Frank – the uncle of a talented little girl named Mary.

This isn’t a blockbuster, but with the emotional story and great acting skills of the main characters, it has won many people’s hearts.

#2 The Iceman (2012)

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The next film in which Chris Evans played hitman Robert Pronge is the biographical film called The Iceman. It’s said that Evans didn’t take this role at first, then because the actor pointed for this character dropped out before starting to film, Evans was chosen. In spite of that, he still was got a compliment on his acting skill from the Hollywood Reporter – David Rooney.

#3 Superpower Dogs (2019)

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The third in the list is “Superpower Dogs” (2019). Even though it’s not a blockbuster, but worth-watching because it’s could be the highest-rate film of Chris Evans’ acting career.

#4 The Losers (2010)

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In 2010, Evans played Sylvain White in The Losers, which is a film adapted from a comic book of the same name. This film received many mixed reviews, but our Captain America still got a compliment from the Guardian’s critic.

#5 Puncture (2011)

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Puncture (2010) is the next film that Chris Evans starred in. Puncture filmed in Houston, Texas is based on a true story. In the film, Chris’s role is Mike Weiss, a young lawyer, and drug addict. It is one of the spotlight film projects for the 10th anniversary of the festival.

#6 Before We Go (2014)

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In 2014, Chris Evans made his directorial debut in Before We Go, a romantic comedy. He also starred opposite Alice Eve. The film follows the story of 2 strangers named Nick (Evans played) and Brooke (Alice Eve played). They met each other at Grand Central Terminal and form an unlikely bond overnight. This film is appreciated by many critics, so you are highly recommended to spend your weekend time watching it.

#7 Snowpiercer (2019)

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Unlike other cool and handsome characters Evans often plays, in Snowpiercer (2019), Evans was starred as one of the lower class in society and had to sit in the sections of the train carrying humanity after the attempt to stop global warming failed. With not really good-looking appearance in this role, his acting skills still made him outstanding from the crowd.

#8 The Red Sea Diving Resort (2019)

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Another film that Evans played in 2019 is The Red Sea Diving Resort. It’s also based on a real event of Operation Moses and Operation Joshua in 1984–1985. The Hollywood Reporter – Frank Scheck gave his comment on Evans’s acting that he had a “sincere” performance, in spite of weaknesses in the pacing and tone of that film.

#9 Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010)

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In 2010, Evans appeared in another comic book adaptation, Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. In that film, he portrayed Lucas Lee, one of Ramona Flowers’ seven evil exes. The film received positive reviews from critics and found a second life as a cult film. It tells the story of Scott who attempts to fight with the seven evils (one is Chris Evans’ character).

#10 Knives Out (2019)

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In another superhit named Knives Out in 2019, Evans starred as Ransom Drysdale, a spoiled playboy. In his acting career, it could be one of the most intriguing characters that he has played.

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Official Blue Beetle Movie Release In DCEU Have Been Confirmed

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DC’s Blue Beetle film has been given a theatrical release date of August 18, 2023, meaning that it will no longer be available on HBO Max. Following the success of Justice League and determining the direction of the DC Extended Universe, Warner Bros. and DC Films began work on a standalone feature starring Jaime Reyes, a.k.a. Blue Beetle. Jaime is a teenage Latino superhero who is energized by an alien technology known as a scarab, which grants him a super-suit with varied powers.

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Many years after Blue Beetle’s production was disclosed, it was confirmed that Charm City Kings’ Angel Manuel Soto will helm the film. Jaime Reyes will make his live-action debut in the film, which is based on a scenario by Gareth Dunnet Alcocer. According to recent rumors, the film, which stars Cobra Kai’s Xolo Mariduea as the main protagonist, would be released exclusively on HBO Max. Blue Beetle would therefore become a part of the DCEU’s strategy to create material just for WB’s streaming platform.

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Blue Beetle’s distribution pattern has changed, and an official release date has been established, as the film prepares to begin production. According to THR, Warner Bros. and DC Films announced today that the film is now a theatrical project. The Blue Beetle will be released on August 18, 2023. It is presently the only film set to be released in this period in 2023. Before Blue Beetle, WB and DC had announced five live-action DCEU films with theatrical upcoming releases. The Batman, Black Adam, The Flash, and Aquaman, and the Lost Kingdom have all been scheduled for publication in 2022 as a result of COVID-19 delays. Other than Blue Beetle, the only further 2023 DCEU film is Shazam: Fury of the Gods, although this statement might imply that other 2023 films will be announced shortly.

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As thrilling as it is to have Blue Beetle’s delivery date set, the choice to keep it a theater exclusive is significant. This might indicate that WB and DC are even more confident in how the film is coming together. That certainty might pay out handsomely at the ticket office as well. Blue Beetle would be the first Latino-led superhero film, thus its release in theaters should bring huge audiences, particularly among Hispanics. Movies like Black Panther, Captain Marvel, and Shang-Chi, and The Legend of the Ten Rings were well-received because they featured more diverse characters, and Blue Beetle could now walk in their footsteps.

 

 

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