Here we are again, another week gone! We found quite a lot to share with you over the past few days, including data on the most popular movie by U.S. state, a closer look at The Good Dinosaur, and an interview with the writer of the new Black Panther comic book run, among other things.
- Over at High Existence, Deadpool gets existential in how to achieve his level of badassery and a better life.
- This map of the U.S. shows the most popular movie set in each state, and while some are self-explanatory others seem random.
- Natalie Kramer, a writer for National Geographic, finds plenty of geographical and astronomical wonders in her review for This is the End.
- Is it possible for an animated film to both be factually accurate and entertaining? The Good Dinosaur may be another heartwarming friendship story, but lacks on substantive scientific facts.
- Ta-Nehisi Coates talks about his new Black Panther comic book run on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast. For those who are fans of the character, or for anyone interested in getting some background on the hero leading into his feature film debut in Captain America: Civil War, Coates discusses the appeal of the character and the fictional, unconquered country of Wakanda, as well as the importance of diversity in storytelling.
That’s all the Weekly Clickables we have for you this week, folks! Check back next Monday for more of the best movie stuff from the rest of the Internet!
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