Stan Lee Speaks out on His New Cameo in ‘Marvel’s Spider-Man’
Marvel’s Spider-Man on PlayStation 4 is filled with Easter eggs and familiar nods that players can’t help but to enjoy. This adventure by Insomniac Games is truly one for the fans and now the man that started it all, Stan Lee, is talking about his heartwarming cameo in the title itself. In a short tweet, the legend himself gave a nod to his own cameo with the caption, “Another medium, another Stan Lee cameo! One newly released game is causing quite the stir! Perhaps you’ve heard of it?” Though the cameo was humble, it’s easy to see how much it means to fans of the creator himself — especially with news of recent health struggles. For those that have played or are simply curious about his cameo, his big reveal happened during a scene between Peter Parker and Mary Jane at the end of a mission. You can see him for yourself in the above video, but the fact that this was completely kept under wraps made the whole appearance that much more satisfying.
Disney has launched its Academy Award “For Your Consideration” campaign for Marvel’s Black Panther. With major film festivals beginning in earnest, the eyes of Hollywood have turned toward awards season. One of the most commercially and critically successful releases of 2018, director Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther has generated Oscar buzz from the time it hit theaters in February. Star Chadwick Boseman has said Disney always intended to push Black Panther as a Best Picture contender, but the studio is going well beyond that. Disney’s 2018 awards website lists 16 potential categories for the film, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor and Actress. Boseman is being promoted by the studio for a Best Actor nomination for his lead performance at T’Challa. while supporting nods are being sought for Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, Sterling K. Brown, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker and Andy Serkis.
Space champagne created for zero-gravity celebrations
The race for affordable space tourism is on, but what will travelers drink to celebrate when they finally achieve orbit?
Champagne would seem the obvious choice — but while knocking back effervescent wine in zero gravity might sound simple, it isn’t.
In outer space, everything has to be rethought: the pouring of the liquid, the way that bubbles function and the very taste of the champagne itself. Champagne house Mumm thinks it’s spotted an opportunity to create the first fizz that can be drunk while floating in weightlessness. It’s spent three years and an unspecified amount of cash to develop Mumm’s Cordon Stellar, a beverage its creators believe will be being drunk in space within the next five years.