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KEN WATANABE (top) as Saito and LUCAS HAAS as Nash in Warner Bros. PicturesŪ and Legendary PicturesŪ sci-fi action film žINCEPTION,Ó a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
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Stan Lee tells us how those movies should have ended
By Kevin Coffey
WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER


So many endings of famous movies are wrong. Or so says Stan Lee, the creator of many of the heroes in Marvel comic books. Lee gives his take on how movies such as “Star Wars,” “Inception,” left, “Batman Begins” and others should have ended in a funny new video that was posted on YouTube.

In the silly, funny cartoon “Adventure Time,” the character Finn carries a beaten-up gold sword. For the Web series “Man At Arms,” master blacksmith Tony Swatton re-created a real-life version of Finn's weapon. The series shows him creating the blade, taking it from template to a 1,500-degree furnace and onto sharpening and polishing — all for a live version of a cartoon object.

When you need to quickly cool a glass of wine, ice won't do unless you want to water it down. Wine pearls work better and look a lot classier. The stainless steel capsules with gel centers will chill your drink without diluting it.

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Kevin covers music, whether it's pop, indie or punk, through artist interviews, reviews and trend stories. He also occasionally covers other entertainment, including video games and comic books.

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