Deleted Iron Man 3, Jobs proves unreliable, X-Men Sentinels & More!

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Iron Man 3 has a deleted scene, Jobs keeps trying to inspire, X-Men: Days of Future Past shows what it takes to build a sentinel, and Woody Allen plays a pimp in Fading Gigolo!

Iron Man 3

Iron Man 3 has a new deleted scene of Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin. I’ll be honest, overall it’s not much of a scene. I always like to see Kingsley, but this was a good cut from the film, even with his outstanding performance.


I feel increasingly divided by Jobs. It’s trying really hard to show how Steve Jobs was a revolutionary thinker and really drove a lot of technological advancements to the market, which in turn changed our lives. As a general rule that’s a good thing, but I’m still struggling with Ashton Kutcher, and I feel like it’s a little over the top in general. Too many inspirational moments.

X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past has revealed a blueprint for a Sentinel. I don’t want to sound cocky, but I could build that. The arm bone connects to the wrist bone, right?

Also, there’s a rumor going around that Fox has offered Hugh Jackman $100 million to keep playing Wolverine for a few more films. That’s a lot of money. It would be for 4 more films in the series I believe, which would bring in a lot of bucks, but it’s still 4 films. He’d be at least 50 when they’re all out, right? I know there’s one next summer, but that one wouldn’t count, and he’s 44 now. Yeesh.

Fading Gigolo

I hadn’t heard of Fading Gigolo until this moment. It’s a comedy starring John Turturro and Woody Allen as a male prostitute and his pimp. I think the idea of Woody Allen playing a pimp is pretty funny, but not as funny as Sofia Vergara and Sharon Stone wanting to have a three way with John Turturro. Now that I think about that, I have to furiously self-pleasure.

At least until I get all the demons out.

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