On Saturday, April 21, from one to five, there is an Earth Awareness Fair at the Old State Capitol.
“The third one’s always the worst.” These words were coined by English actress Sophie Turner in her auspicious portrayal of the 18-year-old Jean Grey in director Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse. Never have they been of more relevance than when delving into the third cinematic installment of a much more light-hearted and still universally debated topic: video game adaptations.
Every year the senior class buys a gift for Lanphier. The gifts spice up the school aesthetically and they leave behind a positive contribution to the school, as well as a memoriam for that graduating class. The gifts are always something that can improve Lanphier in a certain way.
Marvel’s Black Panther has only been out in the United States for only six weeks now and already grossing over $786.3 million on opening night, and over $1.1 billion worldwide. From this data there is no question that Ryan Coogler’s cinematic and narrative masterpiece has more than deserved it’s steller critical acclaim from both critics and fans alike, and that, without question, King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) has more than earned his place as the new face of the MCU.
Very minor spoilers for the film after this point. You have been warned.