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Via: NeoGAF
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Nintendo development engineer Masato Kuwahara filed a patent for a what looks like a new handheld device utilizing Sharp's Free-Form Display technology.



We've known for some time that Nintendo would be the first customer for Sharp's incredible technology, and we may finally know in what capacity. Though the patent wasn't filed directly by Nintendo, it looks like a handheld device or controller the company could be using for their mysterious NX console.



bear rumors leonardo dicaprio Fox Shuts Down Claims That Leonardo DiCaprio is Sexually Assaulted by a Bear in 'The Revenant'
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This rumor was started by the Drudge Report where the author of the review claims that "The new movie 'REVENANT' features a shocking scene of a wild bear raping Leo DiCaprio!"

This rumor got enough traction that Fox felt the need to shut it down, releasing this statement reported by Entertainment Weekly :

 “As anyone who has seen the movie can attest, the bear in the film is a female who attacks Hugh Glass because she feels he might be threatening her cubs. There is clearly no rape scene with a bear.”

Here's a snippet of the scene in question with the mama bear in fight mode. 


via decider

The gritty survival movie is expected to be extremely violent, but it also already has Oscar mentions buzzing around it so it seems like they aren't only going for shock value.  

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Daily Marvelite is reporting that Marvel's Avengers 3, currently without release date (but probably May 2018), will follow the trend set by Harry Potter, Edward Cullen and Katniss Everdeen by splitting into two films. Earlier this year Marvel booked a May 3rd, 2019 release date for an unknown mystery film, and if this rumor is true it will most likely be Avengers 3: Pt 2.

While normally the splitting of one movie into two feels like a frustrating ploy for a quick cash grab, in this case, it might be warranted. By the time May 2018 roles around, Marvel will have introduced potentially 14 Avengers (from Iron Man to rumors of Captain Marvel), three or four SHIELD agents, at least five Guardians of the Galaxy, and their four "street-level" heroes in the upcoming Netflix deal. The sheer number of heroes coupled with the fact that the fight against Thanos will most likely be the last one for actors Robert Downey Jr and Chris Evans whose contracts end with Avengers 3, make the idea of a large multi-part blockbuster seem not only feasible, but mandatory.

While not every Marvel Hero will make the cut to lead in Avengers 3, splitting the movie into two will provide more space for more characters and the potential to fully transition the franchise into a new generation.

What do you think? Should Avengers 3 be two movies?

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