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  1. On 11/29/2021 at 3:12 PM, memocromatico said:

    Way to lower the risk for the movie. I felt like it could’ve been Holland’s last turn as Spidey if they wanted, so with everything happening in the movies, it felt like the risks were real and he may be killed. But oh well, my excitement for this movie is spiraling down since I can’t seem to find tickets safely anyway. 

    Yep. Stakes are important. It would have probably been smarter had Sony saved this announcement for AFTER the movie's premiere, but very few people have ever accused Sony of being smart with Spider-Man.

  2. On 11/17/2021 at 2:15 PM, NotNamed said:

    Thanks for the explanations. I'm still puzzled about him being a lifelong Cap truther. He believes a conspiracy theory about Captain America?

    All of that, is just . . . depressing. I thought we had agreed on what English was in its written form. If you want to use slang verbally to your friend, it's one thing. To write it as part of a press release or professional interview is another. I'm still in my 30s, but I feel like I should go lay down in a grave suddenly.

    Eminem coined the term Stan as a combination of the words "stalker" and "fan," but that's not how most of the hip kids on the internet use it. I kind of doubt Ziglar believes some kind of weird conspiracies about Captain America. He's clearly just throwing words around.

  3. On 11/12/2021 at 10:10 PM, LordVenger said:
    On 11/12/2021 at 10:05 PM, MODADDYDODOK said:

    Oh boy lol. Im curious if goo gone will still work 🤔 I may experiment with it some more now

    Where do you get goo gone?

    They sell Goo Gone at places like Target, Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Home Depot, Lowes...it works super well, but it leaves a very strong smell. You also want to use gloves, and probably open some windows because there's some really nasty stuff in there (methyl ether and kerosene). 
    It's a bit more work, but alternatively you can try to peel off what you can with your finger nail, being careful not to mar the plastic. You don't have to get all of it, because the next step is to get a little bit of cooking oil on a rag and rub that sticker crap off. You may have to do it a few times, and of course you want to be careful not to use too much, or it could run off the bubble.  Eventually all you have is a spot of grease, which you can get rid of it with a little bit of rubbing alcohol, also applied with a rag. You can use some kind of household degreaser, too, but you'd have to wipe that off with another rag, while the alcohol just evaporates. It's a bit more work than Goo Gone, but it shouldn't stink, and it's also safer.

     

  4. On 11/9/2021 at 12:52 PM, cvg_1493151108 said:

    Nah, premier access isn't exclusively a charge for a simultaneous release. It's what Disney might charge for something's premier on D+. All Disney theatrical releases for the remainder of this year & probably next will have an exclusive theatrical window of at least 45 days before it premiers on D+. Once there, they may debut it "premier access" with a surcharge or they may not. It sounds like Shang Chi will be premier access after the 12th until around the time it hits home vid on the 30th.

    It sounds like you might be confusing a Disney + debut or premiere with Premier Access. Premiere Access has been exclusively for movies that were in theaters at the time. These are Mulan (the only movie to actually premiere on Disney + a few days before its US theatrical premiere), Raya and the Last Dragon, Cruella, Black Widow, and Jungle Cruise. And to get Premiere Access to see the movie before the 45+ day window there has always been an add-on charge to the subscription, $30. There was no Premier Access with Shang-Chi. Now it has been more than 45 days (a little over 60) days it will simply be debuting on Disney+ for all subscribers. The 12th also happens to be the day Premier Access ends for Jungle Cruise.
    This article explains Premier Access really well:
    https://www.businessinsider.com/disney-plus-premiere-access
     

    This is from a C-Net article about the Shang Chi premiere and Disney+ Day:
    "Starting this Friday, Nov. 12, you can begin streaming Shang-Chi on Disney Plus if you're subscribed to the service. The best part? It'll be free as soon as it's released to the streaming service. That's right, even after Disney Plus Day on Friday, Shang-Chi and a bunch of other premier movies -- including Disney's Jungle Cruise and the Home Alone reboot -- will stream for free as long as you have a subscription."
    https://www.cnet.com/how-to/watch-shang-chi-and-the-legend-of-the-ten-rings-for-free-this-week-and-what-happens-after/

  5. On 11/9/2021 at 9:11 AM, cvg_1493151108 said:

    I don't believe so, and I'm no expert. I'm pretty sure you still have to be a subscriber (they're offering 1 month for $1.99 though), but anything "premier access," like Shang Chi would normally be since it debuts on Disney+ that day, will be available at no extra cost on that day. It's the anniversary of the service, so this is their way of celebrating. https://variety.com/2021/digital/news/disney-plus-day-2021-price-discount-1235106404/

    Premiere access is for movies that debut simultaneously in theaters and on the site. It's been an extra $30 charge. Since Shang-Chi opened months ago, it would not have been Premiere Access like Jungle Cruise or Black Widow were when they debuted on the site (and in theaters).

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