a. B movies seen: Creature from the Haunted Sea, The Beach Girls and the Monster, Plan 9, Tobor the Great, The Colossus of New York, Gila Monster
b. Seen on Amazon: "The Underdog of the Eight Greater Tribes: Volume 1". "The Economics of Prophecy: Volume 1", "The Holy Knight’s Dark Road: Volume 1 (The Holy Knight's Dark Road)", "The World's Least Interesting Master Swordsman: Volume 1", "The Greatest Demon Lord Is Reborn as a Typical Nobody, Vol. 1 (light novel): The Myth-Killing Honor Student", and "Campfire Cooking in Another World with My Absurd Skill: Volume 5".  

c. The Fox movie empire as we knew it/them ended on 3/20/2019 when Disney bought them out. On 1/17/2020, the announcement that Disney is taking "Fox" out of "20th Century Fox" added another death date of sorts. So, when was the empire as we knew it born? Feb. 1. As many of us know, 20th Century Fox was "born" on 5/31/1935 as a merger of 20th Century Films and the Fox Film Corp. The Fox Film Corp had a predecessor called Box Office Attractions which was the successor of Greater New York Film Rental Company.i​​​​​

-Modern Hollywood proper as a community before it became a movie hub:


-Warrior-related: related:

-William Fox or the Fox movie empire:,-mary-magdalene/9539626


-Are there any known cases of the following? Actor or actress was offered a role to play in the MCU. They then realized it was a character that would be race-, gender-, or orientation-bent from the original comic version of the character. Said actor or actress said something to the effect of "I am familiar with this character. Keep as close to the original comic book version of that character. That includes keeping them same race or skin color (though tones of skin color might have leeway),  the same or similar eyes/hair colors, the same gender, and the same orientation. So, you can take your offer of me playing a SJW version of that character and shove or give to a person who has problems with playing an SJWed version of that character."  

-Merger/acquisition-related question and it somewhat relates to the silent film industry as sometimes movie company was were formed through mergers or bought out another company: Say Company X and Company Y plan on merging. If a person or group owns the most shares in one company but not the other, would voting "No" kill the merger or do they need to own the most shares in both companies to vote "No" and kill off the merger? 

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