The Thn staffs number three arrived with considerable hype, a five film back story, and Samuel L. Jackson sporting an eye-patch:
Joss Whedon makes his second appearance, alongside Chris Hemsworth, in our top 5 with a movie boasting a $220 million budget and the hopes of Disney and Marvel behind it; $200 million on it’s opening weekend in the Us, and $1.48billion total worldwide it definitely succeeded.
Content Coordinator Craig Hunter couldn’t hide his love:
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