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Super Size Me

The Russo brothers, co-directors of the most expensive superhero film ever, hold the future of the Marvel cinematic universe in their hands. No pressure

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MARVELOUS Four years ago, the Russo brothers saved Marvel from the ire of its fans. Their latest, Avengers: Infinity War, doesn’t disappoint.
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IF CAPTAIN AMERICA SAVES THE WORLD from apocalypse in Avengers: Infinity War, you can thank Joe and Anthony Russo: Four years ago, they saved Marvel from the apocalyptic ire of its fans.

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THE NEW IRON CURTAIN? For years, Russia has tried to weaken and divide the EU, supporting groups ranging from Catalan separatists in Spain to British Brexit activists. The Kremlin had offered loans to France’s National Front and used its propaganda channels to whip up fake news about the persecution of Russian minorities in the Baltics. According to Political Capital, a Budapest based think tank, Russian-based trolls, Twitter bots and social media sock puppets have been put to work, boosting exaggerated stories of crimes by immigrants and “selling pro-Kremlin narratives within a tabloid, conspiracy package.”