Bottleneck Gallery Returns to Where It All Began With IRON MAN by Nicolas Tetreault-Abel

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Bottleneck Gallery:

We’re going back to where it all started with the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Nicolas Tetreault-Abel!

Iron Man kicked off the MCU juggernaut in a very real way and helped create a foundation for Marvel’s future films. Nicolas’ print for Iron Man features the characters and lore from the movie all in one awesome print (just check out that classic superhero pose!). Oh, and we had to include lenticular and aluminum editions of the print because it’s Iron Man!

Really awesome stuff, especially with Bottleneck’s trademark lenticular variants.

They go on sale tomorrow at Noon Eastern, if you’re so inclined, $55-$175.

TED LASSO Returns March 15th, and Here’s The Teaser


In this third season of Ted Lasso, the newly-promoted AFC Richmond faces ridicule as media predictions widely peg them as last in the Premier League and Nate (Nick Mohammed), now hailed as the “wonder kid,” has gone to work for Rupert (Anthony Head) at West Ham United. In the wake of Nate’s contentious departure from Richmond, Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) steps up as assistant coach, alongside Beard (Brendan Hunt). Meanwhile, while Ted (Jason Sudeikis) deals with pressures at work, he continues to wrestle with his own personal issues back home, Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) is focused on defeating Rupert and Keeley (Juno Temple) navigates being the boss of her own PR agency. Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso is set to give it their best shot anyway.

There’s more plot revealed in the above synopsis than in the teaser itself, but it’s interesting that this will be Apple TV’s first show not dropping new episodes on Fridays.

Time to Believe again, y’all.


Ted Lasso returns for Season 3 on March 15th, 2023 on Apple TV+.

Strap In with The Family: The FAST X Trailer Has Arrived


Fast X, the tenth film in the Fast & Furious Saga, launches the final chapters of one of cinema’s most storied and popular global franchises, now in its third decade and still going strong with the same core cast and characters as when it began.

Over many missions and against impossible odds, Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family have outsmarted, out-nerved and outdriven every foe in their path. Now, they confront the most lethal opponent they’ve ever faced: A terrifying threat emerging from the shadows of the past who’s fueled by blood revenge, and who is determined to shatter this family and destroy everything—and everyone—that Dom loves, forever.

Jason Momoa! Brie Larson! Rita GODDAMNED Moreno! A nearly four minute goddamned trailer!


Fast X hits theaters on May 19, 2023.

A Live Action SPIDER-MAN NOIR Series? OK, I’m Listening, Amazon.


A Spider-Man Noir live-action series is in the works at Amazon, Variety has learned exclusively.

The untitled series will follow an older, grizzled superhero in 1930s New York City. An individual with knowledge of the project says that the show will be set in its own universe and the main character will not be Peter Parker.

The saddest part? I’m 99% sure that this will not feature Nic Cage.

Lord & Miller producing, however, makes me hopeful that this version of Spider-Man Noir will retain the same hammy dialogue as the Into the Spider-Verse version.

POINTS! @Midnight to Return as Replacement for CBS’s Late Late Show

The Hollywood Reporter:

CBS is dipping back into the recent past to fill the late night slot that’s soon to open up when its The Late Late Show With James Corden departs.

The network is set to replace the long-running Late Late Show franchise with a reboot of comedic panel game show @midnight, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter. Stephen Colbert, who hosts The Late Show for the network, is on board as executive producer of the revived program that aired 600 episodes on Comedy Central before signing off in August 2017.

I’m actually genuinely happy to see this!

Before it went off air, I was a big fan of @Midnight, given how close it was to a British panel show versus a proper game show or  late night talk show, and would frequently join its daily Hashtag Wars.

That said, I have two thoughts off the bat:

  • What does @Midnight look like in 2023-2024 when Twitter is such a garbage fire?
  • Who should host? Clearly not Chris Hardwick, who has been somewhat religated to a handful of projects since his scandal a few years back. May I suggest, perhaps a funny woman of color? If it weren’t for the fact that she was killing it so hard on Shrinking, I’d say Jessica Williams was right there as an option.

Either way, I am very intrigued to see how this plays out…

…even if I’m an old man who will watch the episodes the next day on Paramount+, versus “live” on CBS.