Valentine's Day, 1992 Paramount Pictures released a movie that they were very unsure of. Based on two underachievers with a cable access show in Aurora, Illinois and staring Saturday Night Live stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, Wayne's World would turn the two underachievers into overachievers in the eyes of Paramount and turn pop culture into a series of cute one line catch phrases...
1 - The Rock Island Girls Basketball team continues their march towards a State title with a 70-31 dismissal of Bradley-Bourbonnais, setting up a repeat of last year's Regional final against Edwardsville...
If I were a Marvel sales rep, I would get down on my knees every day and thank Thanos for the series of events that led to Baby Groot. Baby Groot might just be the pinnacle of Hollywood marketing; not only is his cute visage the perfect thing to slap on every action figure, lunch box, and stuffed animal from here to the moon, it’s also a character that sidesteps typical customer cynicism. If fans felt for one moment that Baby Groot was a thinly veiled attempt to sell them more junk, they would push back on James Gunn and Marvel with all their strength. But instead, we are treated to one of the baddest killing machines in the galaxy who happens to be totally adorable, too.
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