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Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Looks very nostalgic, I like it. Yeah yeah,, I know it gives off a Stranger Things vibe but anything's better than the 2016 version.

This gave me goosebumps, little girl is very talented!

That last verse and her smile made me cry, such a beautiful little soul

Yui Yoshida waves hi from the hospital

She wanted me to send DU a message saying she had breathing problems and is once again admitted to the hospital for another week possibly. I'm sure she'd love to hear from all her friends here. Send her some love and well wishes!

Yui Yoshida!

stop posting so much

Chinese tombs yield earliest evidence of cannabis use


Do you ever just kill a weekend getting high?

I did this weekend, it was raining so I basically got stoned all weekend, surfed, ordered delivery and smoked Gorilla Glue, it was beautiful.

Thoughts for YuiYoshida, send some DU love

Poor Yui is back in the hospital again with pneumonia and fluid in her lungs, she is hooked to and IV, not sleeping well and we all know how it sucks to be in the hospital so I hope you can send her a shout out for when she gets out of there. Thanks all!

James Gunn back on board with Disney for Guardians of the Galaxy 3


Destin Daniel Cretton Marvel's Choice To Direct 'Shang-Chi'

EXCLUSIVE: Marvel Studios is setting Destin Daniel Cretton to direct Shang-Chi, its first superhero movie tentpole franchise with an Asian protagonist. Cretton is directing Just Mercy, a film he wrote that stars Brie Larson and Michael B. Jordan.

This is in keeping with the studio’s goal to take Shang-Chi in a direction like Black Panther and populate it with Asian-American talent. When Deadline first revealed the project late last year, the studio had set Chinese-American scribe Dave Callaham to write the screenplay.

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