An Easter Brawl Happened in New Jersey

Sunday was another day at the Jersey City’s Newport Centre for parents to bring their kids to meet the Easter Bunny. But, of course, because it’s in New Jersey, it can’t be civil.

According to social-media images and video from Jersey City Newport Centre, a man in a rabbit costume is shown throwing punches at adults who appeared to be waiting in line for a photo.

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Along Came a Spider…Man

Marvel Entertainment was nice enough to drop a new trailer for Captain America: Civil War on us today like a freakishly large spider falling on your face from the ceiling!

Finally, we get our first look at the new, in-MCU version of Spider-Man, played by actor Tom Holland.

There’s a lot packed into this trailer, including a ton of new footage and a plethora of additional plot details which expand upon what leads into the MCU’s version of Civil War (which, as we know, will be substantially different from what happened in the comics), but let’s face it: The real news here is Spider-Man, and it’s also no doubt what everyone is going to be talking about.

Allow me to be the first to say that I LOVE the new costume, especially the way they made the eyes (which, in the comics, have historically been “animated” to either squint or widen in order to relay expressions) work. It makes perfect sense, and I love that they figured out a way to make it make sense. You might feel differently about the costume’s look, but keep in mind this is still footage from early cuts and there’s going to be a lot of airbrushing and texturing added to these shots before the film hits theaters on May 6th, 2016. It’s only going to look better when the finished product graces the big screen.

It’s a good day, and I’m thrilled that our “Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man” is back in his own neighborhood.

Goodbye to The Most Interesting Man in the World

We’ve been watching Jonathan Goldsmith play “The Most Interesting Man in the World,” but that era has come to an end.

As seen above, the newest Dos Equis ad sends the legendary man on a one way trip to Mars. What does this mean for the beer’s ad campaign? Well, they say The Most Interesting Man in the World will continue, but it will experience an evolution.

What does this mean? Who knows. All we do know is we’ll miss Mr. Goldsmith and everything he’s contributed to our love for beer.

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The Sheriff Has Retired

It’s hard to imagine an NFL without Peyton Manning, but unfortunately it’s a reality we’ll have to get used to.

After 18 seasons, the most famous number 18 announced his retirement with a very emotional goodbye.

What were your favorite Manning moments? Share them by emailing us.