Spider-Man: Far From Home doesn’t just put a period on Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it offers some tantalizing hints at the future. That meant, when we spoke to director Jon Watts and producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal about the film, we asked about those teases as well as a bunch of other things you may have been wondering after seeing the movie. Advertisement So, if you’ve seen Far From Home, we urge you to journey below the spoiler warning and see what the people who made the film have to say about its secrets. G/O Media may get a commission Save $150 Acer Chromebook 512 4GB Memory Buy for $129 at Best Buy What happens now that everyone knows Peter Parker is Spider-Man? The biggest hint as to what’s next for Peter Parker comes in the first end credits sequence when Mysterio, from the grave we assume (and probably via the drive Dr. Riva [Peter Billingsley] takes at the end of … [Read more...] about Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Filmmakers Answer Some of Your Biggest Burning Questions
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As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we are discussing dealer markups, purchasing a Toyota Corolla or a Subaru Advertisement First up, why do the automakers allow dealers to mark u “I’m in the market for a new Hyundai Kona EV and the dealers in California are putting $5,000 and even $10,000 markups on these! I can get a Tesla for that kind of money. Doesn’t Hyundai know this is bad for business? Why do the automakers let their dealers markup cars?” Our old . like when a Dodge Demon gets marked up to $175,000 . G/O Media may get a commission Energizer Max AA & AAA Batteries (100-Pack) Buy for $45 at MorningSave The answer is simple— While I understand the frustration, what people need to keep in mind is that markups happen because there are some people that are … [Read more...] about Why Do Car Companies Let Hefty Dealer Markups Happen?
In early February this year, on her YouTube channel “The Hangry Woman,” Mila Clarke Buckley shared her positive experiences taking Ozempic, an antidiabetic medication taken via weekly subcutaneous injection that was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2017. After two months on it, she recounted, her too-high average blood sugar level (the defining characteristic of diabetes) had steadily declined, her constant and intrusive cravings for food had gone away, and she began to lose weight consistently. But she also, like many users, experienced a week or so long bout of gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea and constipation once she moved up to a slightly higher dose, which was almost enough to make her stop taking the drug. Buckley stuck through the initial turbulence, though, and in a six-month update video, she called it a wonder drug that finally helped her lower her blood sugar—a years-long frustration that she had discussed in earlier videos. In the … [Read more...] about A So-Called Game-Changing Weight Loss Drug Is Here—What Happens Next?
After WandaVision ’s first three episodes, the series was in the position to make a choice whether to keep on focusing specifically on Wanda and Vision’s suburban bubble reality, or finally shift focus to one of its other characters like Monica Rambeau , whose perspectives might provide some important information about the happenings in Westview. Thankfully, WandaVision chose the latter. Advertisement It was plain as day from the very jump that, committed as WandaVision ’s been to its trippy, mysterious conceit , eventually the series was going to have to start answering some questions about its plot on both small and large scales, given that this is all taking place post- Avengers: Endgame . Fascinating as it’s been to see Wanda and Vision in all sorts of retro action, WandaVision ’s begged questions regarding whether the rest of the world is witnessing the Westview event. It’s been unclear whether Westview’s an anomaly that’s flying under … [Read more...] about WandaVision’s Menacing Signal Is Finally Cutting Through the Noise
Microsoft’s Windows 365 cloud PC service ranges in price from $20 per user per month for the cheapest option up to $162 for the most expensive one. How Expensive Are Microsoft’s Plans? The initial Windows 365 announcement left us with lots of questions. Now, the biggest of those questions has been answered since we know how much it’ll cost. But there’s a huge difference between $20 and $162 per user per month, so what exactly are you paying for? It’s pretty simple: the price is determined by the number of virtual cores, amount of RAM, and quantity of storage each person needs for their virtual Windows machine. RELATED What Is Windows 365, and Is It Secure? That $20 a month option gets you a single virtual core, 2 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage. That price is with Windows Hybrid Benefit. Without, the price jumps to $24 per user per month. At the top end, there’s the $162 option with eight virtual cores, 32 GB of RAM, and 512 GB of storage costs. That … [Read more...] about Here’s How Much Windows 365 Will Cost Each Month