Bear Grylls is a man whose life reads like John McClane’s obituary both in terms of the crazy shit he’s done and how utterly ridiculous it all sounds. For example, consider the time he once nearly seared his nipple off with a pizza.
Depending on how you quantify it, it could be argued that that Queen Elizabeth II is the most powerful person on the planet. Armed with a laundry list of executive powers afforded exclusively to her the Queen’s authority is such that she could, theoretically, order a nuclear strike on anyone on Earth.
The MCU has helped popularise a number of things, mainly, superhero movies and Chris Evans’ arms. However, a more subtle thing the MCU has gently nudged into the forefront of cinema is CGI. Or more specifically, good, seamlessly blended CGI.
Baby Driver is an unusual cinematic beast in that it is blend of two things that wouldn’t orindarily go together. Mainly a music video and a heist film centered around car chases. Luckily the film was directed by a guy known for his genre-subverting movies, Edgar Wright. A man who would admit to “borrowing” the idea of Baby Driver from a young upstart filmmaker called, erm, Edgar Wright.
As one of the best known and loved comic characters ever created, there’s little about Captain America basic biography people who give even the remotest of shits about comics don’t know. This said, there is one thing about Cap that will likely surprise fans of the character, that he once drew one of his own comics.