Captain America's Retirement After Endgame Is A Nightmare
At the end of Avengers: Endgame, Steve Rogers goes back in time and reunites with his long-lost love, Peggy Carter. They get married, have kids, and years later, now an old man, he hands over his shield (and title) to Sam Wilson. All told, it's the best ending that Cap could've gotten -- except for the part where he has to spend nearly 80 years impotently watching the world get the crap kicked out of it.
He might have originally spent most of the 20th century as an icicle, but by the time Endgame rolls around, Cap has become a student of history. Remember that notebook of important cultural moments from The Winter Soldier?
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The page after that was probably a list of horrible but no less important things, like 9/11. It'd break his heart, no doubt, but he'd want to know this stuff, if only so that he could understand everything the late-night shows are going on about.
Between this and his knowledge of all the terrible disasters that have fallen the MCU, this is a man for whom time travel is both a gift and a curse. It's swell that he gets to live a life with his one true love, but he has to spend that time closed off from current affairs, lest he let something slip and irrevocably screw up the timeline.
And let's face it, Cap is a great guy. Those years spent nervously sweating whenever someone offhandedly mentioned Dealey Plaza or the Twin Towers would've killed him. He would've had to relive everything again, a life stuck between the rock of saying something and breaking time and the hard place of not saying anything and getting his happy ending.
The Genie In Aladdin (2019) Got Up To Some Weird Stuff In That Lamp
Every actor who's played the Genie in various iterations of Aladdin has brought something of themselves to the role. In the case of Robin Williams, it was his comic brilliance, his frenetic energy, and his heart. In the case of Dan Castellaneta, it was his ability to disappear into the job so totally that everyone forgets he even did it. And in the case of Will Smith in the recent live-action remake, it was the fact that he is Will Smith. He sings like Will Smith, he dances like Will Smith, and he loooves the ladies -- in this case, one of Jasmine's handmaids -- like some sort of dope royalty. A cool duke, perhaps, or a hip baron.
Hold up, though. If the Genie has sexual urges now, how the hell did he survive untold millennia locked away in that lamp?