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Lifetime TV's Unauthorized Melrose Place Story aired on Saturday night, giving viewers some insight into what was really going on behind the scenes of the famous 90s drama Melrose Place.
There was a lot to take in from the special — some tidbits more believable than others — but if you missed it and want to re-live your glory days (LOLz!), here are the five most important things we took away from the TV tell-all:
Attention, Marvel fans — this is not a drill!
Today marks the first day of New York Comic-Con, and Marvel Studios is already bringing down the house with some AH-Mazing changes to its Phase Three plans!
Don't worry, it's a good thing — that is if you like MORE movies!
The biggest part of the announcement is the upcoming Ant-Man sequel, slated for a July 6, 2018 release with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly set to reprise their roles!
Even BETTER, the flick will be titled
Don't expect Zack Snyder to direct an Avengers movie anytime soon!
The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director is fond of the film's title characters — two DC Comics heros that, according to Snyder, are "transcendent" of the superhero genre.
The 49-year-old agreed with the legendary filmmaker — but only when it came to superheroes from the competing Marvel Universe! He said:
We think it's safe to say that Mark Ruffalo's turn as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in The Avengers movies is the most successful take on the character yet!
Though he hasn't received his own stand alone movie, Ruffalo has captured audiences' hearts with his version of the green giant, and stolen most scenes he's appear in.
That's why we were so excited about the rumors that the character might be making an appearance in the upcoming Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War after he was spotted on set!
But it sounds like there might be bad news for anyone who loves watching the big guy SMASH! Ruffalo recently revealed in an interview that he would't be in the film after all:
If you were excited for Avengers: Age of Ultron, just wait…
Captain America: Civil War is less than a year away and is starting to look like it could be the biggest and best Marvel movie yet!
President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige took the stage and after a brief presentation on Doctor Strange, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and due out Nov 2016, he brought both Anthony Mackie and Captain America himself Chris Evans out on stage!
Cap and Falcon were on the stage to debut some new footage for their upcoming superhero adventure, and here's what it showed [SPOILERS]: