Avengers: Endgame Who will Survive

If you are a fan of the Marvel Superheroes movies, they made 22 movie’s in all. Starting with Iron Man (2008) and ending with Avengers: Endgame (2019). But more will come this summer. Or Is it over?  The cliffhanger for the Avengers: Endgame is that who will die? Watch this.

Does Captain America lives or Iron Man live? Thor? Even I don’t know. Who shot J.R. Ewing from Dallas, it’s a TV series from the 1980’s. Look it up.

Here’s a tribute of all the films as shown here.

From the last scene of Avengers: Infinity War, almost half of the superheroes dissolved, or evaporated. I don’t know who will live or die. Well one of them will die. But how many? And if they are dead will there be a sequel or prequel of the movies? Oh well.

In the Avengers: Endgame Tony Stark sends a message to Pepper Potts because he was hungry and he needed to pee. Being in the Iron Man costume, there’s no way he can pee in the outfit. He will need Iron Man diapers, not made in Kansas. Plus his oxygen supply was low too.

Meanwhile, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, and Bruce Banner must figure out how to destroy Thanos. Thanos is indestructible nothing can kill him, he can destroy planets, universe, and superheroes. Where are Thanos parents? Can they talk to him for not killing the superheroes?

As long they have a great storyline and story arcs, this will put you on the edge of your seat – for three hours. At the same time, they must figure out who will come back, and possible more movie sequels. And also there are monumental battle scenes of Thanos. He still won’t die.

Did you know Robert Downey Jr, read the entire script? So he knows who is not coming back. The movie was filmed in an undisclosed area of Georgia. Some of the actors have worked together in previous films.

If you are going to watch the post credit scene after the movie, just be appreciated that men and women who work hard on this movie. The visual work and the sets are incredible to put them together. They always need great people to create visual effects, to that you must persuade your child to study math and science, without these two they won’t go anywhere.   

It’s like a soap opera in space, the drama, the fights, and awkward humor to keep this movie afloat for three hours. I hope they will have an intermission in between the film. Who will sit there for three hours straight? Don’t eat popcorn, eat bananas for cramps and don’t drink too many fluids. I bet they would sell Avengers INFINITY  Diapers at the box office. Bring a pillow and blanket also.

So go see it this weekend.

Kristoff St. John Dead at 52

during the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards held at the Kodak Theatre on June 20, 2008 in Hollywood, California.

If you are a fan of the Young and the Restless, you probably heard, Kristoff St. John died at the age of 52.

He was the beloved actor who played Neil Winters on the Young and the Restless since 1991, and he earned nine Daytime Emmy nominations and won ten NAACP image awards. He also appeared in the 1979 miniseries Roots: The Next Generations as the young Alex Haley.  A Different World (1988). Hanging with Mr, Cooper, (1994-1998). Family Matters (1998) and General Hospital (2013).

He was about to do movies which supposedly to come out in 2019, and they were “No Place Like Home” and “Wind of Heaven” if these movies were finished before his death. It would be his last appearances.

He lost son Julian who took his life in 2014 while getting treatment at a mental health facility. He left behind Paris and Lola. St. John’s fiancee, model Kseniya Mikhaleva, tweeted, “You were everything to me.”

In 2017, around the death of Julian suicide, Kristoff threatened to kill himself. He was placed under a 72-hour hold for a psychiatric evaluation.

The cause of death reported by TMZ was depression and alcohol.

He will be missed.

They may have two funerals a private one for the family and on the show. Or how will they write him off the show?

Daytime Emmy Awards 2013

Daytime Emmy awards was presented over the weekend  on Father’s day.  Whoever produced the show could do a little bit better. They should have kept in plain and simply way, like an ordinary award show. Look how the Oscar was presented, The Tony awards and the Primetime Emmy awards.

I hope the producers would not messed up the Primetime Emmy awards coming in the fall.

Probably it was the location, they held the Daytime Emmy awards in the Beverly Hills Hilton where numerous of actors of died there over a period of decades ago and the present.  It was the ghosts and the hauntings that haunt the place and that messed up the Daytime Emmy awards, plus the hotel has a lot of history.

The highlights of the Daytime Emmy awards:

Days of Our Lives won for Best Drama series beating out last year’s winner, ABC’s General Hospital, as well as CBS’ top-rated The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful and ABC’s One Life to Live.  Days of Our Lives won best daytime drama series in 1975.

Overall, B&B went home with the most awards, winning four, while Days, Y&R and GH tied with two apiece.

Since some of the soaps have gone to the internet how would they get nominated for Emmys?

George Lucas got his first Daytime Emmy for ‘The Clone Wars’ on the Cartoon Network, he was the executive producer of the show.  He was nominated twice for Primetime Emmys for Ewok-themed children’s series. Lucas also said it was only the second award he’s ever won, following on the heels of an NAACP Image Award for the movie Red Tails. I have seen Red Tails and it is magnificent produced.  It had the Stars Wars quality, but this movie ‘Red tails’ is good.

An embarrassing moment for The Talk cast who were about to announced the winner for best talk show/informative.  Aisha Tyler realized she had the wrong envelope, exclaiming, “Oh this is interesting, this winner is not in this category.” She noticed her show The Talk was not nominated. She was given the right envelope and Dr. Oz won for Best Informative show.  Dr. Oz is my doctor.

Another awkward award moment goes to Ricki Lake , who was named best talk show host for her show, but it was canceled, she wasn’t there to accepted.  Anderson Cooper got canceled too.  There are too many talk shows on TV who can watch all these shows, they should have their own network called “TV Talk network” (TTN).

The Ellen DeGeneres Show won its seventh Daytime Emmy for best talk show in entertainment.  I Love her show.

CBS Sunday Morning beat out NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America for best morning program honors. I used to watch this show when I was small on Sunday mornings. Best human interest stories ever. Charles Kuralt used to host the show and now it Charles Osgood. Very good show.

Julie Marie Berman, from ‘General Hospital’  was called as a winner for best supporting actress in a drama series. She played Lulu Spencer on GH until leaving the show earlier this year. Does this means she will get her job back as Lulu Spencer?   How would they write her back in the show?

Kristen Alderson, General Hospital, won best younger actress in a drama series and became emotional and overwhelmed onstage in her excitement. She thanked everyone from her fellow cast members and crew to “Jeannie, my tutor who got me through high school. I don’t know how she did it.” I need to be a tutor for the stars. Call me.

Another awkward award moment was Y&R star Jess Walton and Corbin Bernsen introduced the “In Memoriam” segment with a tribute to his mom, longtime Y&R star Jeanne Cooper. Until Corbin Bernsen used the S and F word live on TV.  No one was near the censor button?

Good Morning America’s Sam Champion joined HLN’s A.J. Hammer and Robin Meade to host the annual awards show. They should have done a song and dance number.  Sam Champion was doing the weather report on the screen.  Robin Meade was good, she could have let loose. She sang beautiful.  Stick to broad cast new reporting.

And the winner is…

Outstanding Drama Series:

Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show:

The Price is Right

Outstanding Talk Show-Entertainment:

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Outstanding Talk Show-Informative:

The Dr. Oz Show

Outstanding Morning Program:

CBS Sunday Morning

Outstanding Culinary Program:

TIE — The Best Thing I Ever Made and Trisha’s Southern Kitchen

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series:

Doug Davidson, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series:

Heather Tom, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series:

TIE — Scott Clifton, The Bold and the Beautiful and Billy Miller, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:

Julie Marie Berman, General Hospital

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series:

Chandler Massey, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series:

Kristen Alderson, General Hospital

Outstanding Game Show Host:

Ben Bailey, Cash Cab

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team:

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Talk Show Host:

Ricki Lake, The Ricki Lake Show

Lifetime Achievement:

Monty Hall, Let’s Make a Deal

Outstanding Culinary Host:

Lidia Bastianich, Lidia’s Italy

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team:

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program:

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Lifetime Achievement:

Bob Stewart

Outstanding Original Song:

“Good Afternoon” for Good Afternoon America