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“For rappers as fluent in the mixtape circuit as these two, this major-label team-up feels slightly anticlimactic.”
“Since 2008 and the first Iron Man, Marvel has been meticulously laying the groundwork for its mammoth team-up pic The Avengers, due to hit theaters next summer, and with each new franchise, the've also expanded the realms of possibility for their fictional universe, mirroring the many facets of imagination in their four-color kin.”
“Feist floats the idea of going heavy with a Mastodon team-up.”
“But is this Thor/Iron Man/Hulk team-up just going to be Hollywood's most expensive fancy dress party?”
“Italian state-controlled lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA, or CdP, would be well poised to make an investment in Parmalat and may team-up with Italian banks that have offered financial support for a Parmalat long-term industrial plan.”
“Is the first team-up of mutants -- which includes Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Banshee (Caleb Landry Jones), and Darwin (Edi Gathegi) -- as impressive as the more famous ensemble of the previous films?”
“He confirms that a team-up film has been put on hold and instead DC is focusing on building up to a Justice League film by introducing audiences to each character through their own film, much like Marvel is doing with The Avengers.”
“In this fantasy a Republican president will team-up with the Likudnik Prime Minister to revitalize U.S. hegemony in the Middle East with Israel acting as its dependable sheriff.”
“Itâ€ ™ s the exciting conclusion of John Ostrander and Gail Simoneâ€ ™ s epic team-up!”
“Are you just gushing over a Bat/Doc team-up so much that despite its flaws you are giving it a pass?”
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