I cannot believe I misread that. Thank you for clearing that up. The Eternals is what's being adapted into one of the two movies this year. That's a franchise I don't know anything about, but I've always liked the films that don't focus on any of the main Avengers in the MCU. I'm also curious to see how the MCU handles the Fantastic 4 since they've never been done justice in film. 

I'm also glad that the DC films are getting better at Warner Bros. I know James Gunn is directing the Suicide Squad sequel, and let us hope it is better than that trainwreck of a first film. It's too bad there isn't a way to completely erase the damage that was done by Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, and Justice League. Wonder Woman was great, Shazam! was great, Aquaman was okay. I'm hoping Wonder Woman 1984 also turns out good. It was a dark time for a while to be a DC fan with how bad most of the films were, and how Marvel was completely kicking their butts. Let us also not forget how they cancelled good shows like Young Justice. It looks like both Dc and Marvel had that same problem in the early 2010s where any good shows they had like Young Justice, Avengers: Mightiest Heroes, Spectacular Spider-Man, and shows with potential like Green Lantern got cancelled only to make room for stuff like Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of Smash, and Teen Titans Go. Luckily, Young Justice got revived by DC Universe. I've heard people say that the 2017 Spider-Man cartoon is fine, but it's nothing special. Having good superhero cartoons was quite rare in the last decade.

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