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In the 2012 Tony Awards, Hugh Jackman was presented with a very special award by his wife. Jackman was actually taken by a huge surprise at the 2012 Tony Awards.
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This article examines the current state of affairs for the cinematic superhero genre and postulates as to it’s inevitable demise, while looking at previous franchise successes and failures, the trend to reboot superhero films as well as examining box office patterns and the impact of CGI. It also pinpoints 2012 as a pivotal year for the genre and why certain films released this year could have a monumental impact for superhero franchises.
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This essay outlines why the film X-Men: First Class is not only my favourite film of 2011, but also my favourite superhero movie.
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The new X-men film, "X-Men: First Class", is far greater than the original X-Men trilogy. At first glance, it seems to be yet another unintentional reboot amidst the ongoing trend of comic book blockbusters. I use the word "reboot" loosely since the film is considered a prequel; since the timelines are different between "X-Men: The Last Stand" and "First Class" it would be easier to call it both a reboot and prequel.