<a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/godzilla-2-2/"><strong><em>Godzilla: King of the Monsters</em></strong></a> is still six months away, but the plot synopsis of MonsterVerse showdown <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/godzilla-vs-kong/"><em>Godzilla vs. Kong</em></a> may have already revealed its ending. The MonsterVerse is now on a rampage. After successfully rebooting both Godzilla and Kong, Legendary are moving apace to bringing more Toho creatures to the shared universe, and eventually pitting the two icons against each other.
Much like the Super Mutants featured throughout the series, <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/fallout-76/"><strong><em>Fallout 76</em></strong></a> is a bizarre science experiment with often destructive results, but its function as a story creation engine is virtually unparalleled in this year of gaming. It’s unlike most anything else in the instanced multiplayer genre, though its comparisons to the comfort-food-like pleasure derived from modern <em>Fallout</em> games is immediately apparent and consistent, meaning that it will definitely scratch the itch for those previously bitten by the Bethesda bug in the past. There are unprecedented joys in the expansive possibility space of <em>Fallout 76</em>, at least during those times when its inner workings are functioning properly.
<span style="font-weight: 400;">Gamora, the complex green girl at the heart of the </span><b><i>Guardians of the Galaxy</i></b><span style="font-weight: 400;">, has traveled a long road to where she is today. Her journey started with a tragic, traumatic childhood which left her in the hands of a guardian whose careful training only served to make her a more formidable enemy to him in the future. Once she escaped his orbit, her view of him moved even further from that of a father and closer to that of a foe. Gamora is possessed of tremendous versatility and strength, but her talents came at a heavy price. </span>
After serving as the main villain of two films, <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/loki/">Loki </a>has grown into the Thor franchise's reluctant hero who now sides with the good guys more than the bad guys. This version of Loki has less in common with his comic book comic counterpart and instead bears more striking similarities to the X-Men villain, <a href="https://screenrant.com/x-men-magneto-armor-helmet-trivia-facts/">Magneto</a>.
After what seems like an eternity of twiddling Poké Balls, <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/pokemon/"><strong><em>Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu!</em></strong></a> and <strong><em>Pokémon: </em></strong><em><strong>Let's Go Eevee! </strong></em>are finally here. As loose remakes of <em>Pokémon Yellow</em>, it's back to the Kanto Region to try and catch the first 151 Pokémon, some colorful Alohan forms, and an extra addition of Meltan.
An anime adaptation of <strong><a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/devil-may-cry/"><em>Devil May Cry</em></a></strong> is coming to Netflix. The news comes from Adi Shankar, who serves as an executive producer on <em><a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/castlevania/">Castlevania</a></em>, another Netflix animation series.
Midichlorians may be one of the most hated aspects of the <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/star-wars/"><strong><em>Star Wars</em></strong></a> prequels, but they were a part of George Lucas' mythology from 1977. Lucas' <em>Star Wars Episodes I-III</em> received a fan backlash that makes the reaction to Disney's handling of the franchise seem positively calm, and while a lot of reasons were cited - from contrived connecting of events to flat-out bad writing - one rallying point for the entire ordeal was <a href="https://screenrant.com/star-wars-midi-chlorians-facts-trivia/">midichlorians</a>.
When Zack Snyder left the production of <strong><a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/justice-league/">Justice League</a></strong>, everyone close to production claimed Joss Whedon was merely completing the film Snyder started, but it turns ot the movie saw significant changes in reshoots, overhauling the movie’s story and appearance. While many of these changes were readily apparent in the movie itself, which has been dubbed a “franksenstein project,” a number of leaks and other reveals in the year since have revealed that the changes were even more significant.
<a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/marvel/"><strong>Marvel Studios</strong></a> has released a timeline of the MCU in honor of their 10-year anniversary. Featuring every movie up to this year's <a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/the-avengers-3/"><em>Avengers: Infinity War</em></a>, the timeline comes as part of the <em>Marvel Studios: The First 10 Years</em> sourcebook and aims to clear up confusion over how Marvel's shared universe works.
In the beginning of <strong><em>Red Dead Redemption 2</em></strong>, it's safe to say that Arthur Morgan isn't quite a fashion icon. Instead, he's far too concerned about keeping ahead of the Pinkertons that are chasing after him and his gang to worry about what he's wearing, but later on in the journey it's possible to slow things down and deck out the cowboy in some of the finest garbs around.
The CW released a photo of Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch) together in the upcoming <strong><em><a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/arrowverse/">Arrowverse</a></em> </strong>"Elseworlds" crossover. This comes a week after the network dropped a promotional <a href="https://screenrant.com/arrowverse-crossover-photo-superman-lois-lane/">photo of Superman and Lois Lane</a>, which appears to take place in the Fortress of Solitude. Clues about what this year's crossover will have in store for <em><a href="http://screenrant.com/tag/the-flash">Arrow</a></em>, <em><a href="http://screenrant.com/tag/the-flash">The Flash</a></em>, and <a href="http://screenrant.com/tag/supergirl"><em>Supergirl</em></a> are still rolling in as fans await the introduction of several iconic DC characters, including Lois Lane and Kate Kane/Batwoman<em> </em>(Ruby Rose).
Anyone that's played much of <strong><em>Red Dead Redemption 2</em></strong> is well aware that the camp needs money. Dutch and anyone running errands for him will remind any eager cowboys to contribute to the camp as often as humanly possible, and usually that’s exactly what they require Arthur Morgan’s help to do. But what if there were an easier way (or ways) to go about making some moolah? We here at Screen Rant have a few in mind.
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