Fast-fashion retailer Boohoo MAN is celebrating the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which we think is one of the best films of the year, by hosting a massive competition, and it’s ridiculously easy to get involved.
All you need to do is visit their site, pop in your details and ta-da, you’re entered. But what’s on offer to the lucky individual who manages to scoop up these amazing prizes?
A pretty awesome tech bundle and a smashing £2000 in cash is what’s up for grabs, plus 10 runners up will receive a DVD copy of Marvel’s newest smash hit film, Spider-Man: Far From Home.
The tech bundle includes some amazing prizes, as well as that £2000 in cash for you to spend on anything you like, not just the great clothes available at Boohoo MAN.
49″ 4k Smart TV
Home theatre system, including a brand new Blu-Ray player
1 Blu-Ray copy of Spider-Man: Far From Home
Go on, what are you waiting for. And if you do win, don’t forget to come back and let us know in the comments box below – don’t worry, you don’t need to share your cash with us, although all donations are very welcome!
The time has come. We stand on the edge of what Marvel has been working on since what feels like the dawn of time. Of course, the MCU actually first came into existence in 2008 with the release of Iron Man, but ten years is a long time in movie-land.
Avengers: Endgame promises to shape everything that follows in the MCU and hopes to build on the frustrating climax of its predecessor Infinity War, in almost every way. It’s longer (at a minute over three hours long), has more characters than anything else like it and is one of the most expensive films ever made, costing an estimated $600million.
Anthony and Joe Russo, who directed Captain America: Civil War and Endgame’s predecessor have their work cut out again. Before you go to see Avengers 4, sit back and relax as I take you through the definitive MCU ranking. And I do believe a spoiler warning is in effect.
The first thing I’m going to tell you about Spider-Man: Homecoming is that it has been gloriously undersold in its uninspiring trailers and promotional posters. In fact, most of the marketing materials shown made it look like this would be Iron Man 4 ft. Peter Parker. Thankfully that’s not the case.
The second thing I’ll tell you is that Tom Holland’s turn as Peter Parker is very good indeed. But is he better than Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield? Well, for that you’ll have to read on. Continue reading →
Oh Marvel, when will you slow down? Taking a look through films released under the Marvel name now looks like a science lesson in creating the perfect formula for box-office success. Of course, that wouldn’t be the case had it not been for the brains behind these beloved stories, Stan Lee.
Here, Adam Brannon looks through his top five Stan Lee cameos from across the Marvel spectrum. But which five made the cut? Naturally, a spoiler warning is in force.
For those of us living in the UK over the last couple of weeks, a bizarre road rage incident has taken the country and the internet by storm. Hailing from my hometown of Hull, Ronnie Pickering has become an online star after his unusually aggressive confrontation with a moped driver was recorded on a helmet cam.
Naturally, the internet went into overdrive with thousands of videos and memes being created in a matter of hours. These are now littering the web and I thought it was high time for me to trawl through some of the best film-related parodies out there. Continue reading →