Charioteers were, to put it bluntly, the large penis ballers of the ancient world. The Roman equivalent of a sporting superstar today, no charioteer was more famous in the hippodrome than Gaius Appuleius Diocles. A charioteer so skilled he would intentionally allow his opponents win just to make things interesting.
Venom is a Marvel villain and occasional anti-hero defined by his unending obsession with bonding, both metaphorically and literally, with everyone’s favourite friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man. An obsession it turns out is partly the fault of Deadpool.
The Presidential Limo, known colloquially as Cadillac One and sometimes simply, The Beast is the closest thing you’ll get to a road-legal tank. Largely indestructible as far as conventional weapons are concerned and clocking in at eight tonnes of fun, The Presidential Limo is capable of surviving everything short of a nuclear blast. It’s also full of shotguns.
Product placement is a necessary evil of movie-making and you can bet your left nut that if you see a well-known brand in a movie, someone, somewhere paid for it to be there. That is unless you’re watching a Fast & Furious movie and notice the cast drinking Corona, in which case no fucker knows why its there.
Hulk Hogan is a pretty larger than life character, which well, is fairly evident to someone with even the most cursory knowledge of who he is given he’s largely famous for spending 4 straight decades leg dropping people from the upper stratosphere in a yellow bandanna. Weirdly, Hogan is so committed to maintaining this persona that he claims, rather bizarrely, that his penis is bigger than, well, his penis.