FOX ANNOUNCE RELEASE DATES FOR SIX MYSTERY MARVEL COMICS MOVIES!
FOX have announced release dates for six more movies based on Marvel Comics between 2019 and 2021. The dates are June 7th 2019, November 22nd 2019, March 13th 2020, June 26th 2020, October 2nd 2020, and March 5th 2021. These are in addition to the 3 movies already announced for 2018 which are ‘New Mutants’ (April 13th 2018), ‘Deadpool 2′ (June 1st 2018), and ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ (November 2nd 2018)!
Since the Release date for Frozen 2 was announced (November 27, 2019), the fandoms have come back to life and I included are now pumped! I can only hold my breath until it, a trailer, or even the cast list is announced goddamn it, cause my only hope is for my ginger son’s redemption! If I find out Santino Fontana is coming back to reprise the role of Hans, I will cry of happiness!
So in honour of this hopefully not disappointing news, (it’s fantastic news but if it ends up not having my Son in the movie, I’ll end up disappointed, but until I can truly know whats going to happen, I have created this Helsa piece, maybe something I envisioned happening in the movie?
Also this is a historic moment, as I for once actually drew Elsa in her ice dress, which rarely happens. I’m also gonna be buying a dress form for better costume making, so Elsa Ice Dress here I come! Also, I think this picture is meant to be Elsa is worried about something but is hiding it, but she can’t fool Hans since snow is falling all around her. hehe
Anyways! This has been the first long description in awhile! I hope you guys like, and HELSA FANDOM! Come back to the battlefront, we have a ship to sail, headed towards canon! (Hopefully )
Donald Trump has confirmed that he will withdraw the US from the Paris climate agreement, in effect ensuring the world’s second largest emitter of greenhouse gases will quit the international effort to address dangerous global warming.
The US will remove itself from the deal, joining Syria and Nicaragua as the only countries not party to the Paris agreement. There will be no penalty for leaving, with the Paris deal based upon the premise of voluntary emissions reductions by participating countries.
“In order to fulfil my solemn duty to the United States and its citizens, the US will withdraw from the Paris climate accord, but begin negotiations to re-enter either the Paris accords or a really entirely new transaction on terms that are fair to the United States,” the US president told press in the White House rose garden on Thursday.
“We will start to negotiate, and we will see if we can make a deal that’s fair,” Trump said. “If we can, that’s great. If we can’t, that’s fine.”
“The accord,” it said, “was negotiated poorly by the Obama administration and signed out of desperation … The US is already leading the world in energy production and doesn’t need a bad deal that will harm American workers.”
The document claimed: “It frontloads costs on the American people to the detriment of our economy and job growth while extracting meaningless commitments from the world’s top global emitters, like China. The US is already leading the world in energy production and doesn’t need a bad deal that will harm American workers.”
A warm-up band introduced Trump by playing the George Gershwin classic Summertime.
The US emissions reduction pledge accounts for a fifth of the global emissions to be avoided by 2030, with an analysis by not-for-profit group Climate Interactive showing that a regression to “business as usual” emissions by the US could warm the world by an additional 0.3C by 2100. This would help push the global temperature rise well beyond 2C, causing punishing heatwaves, sea level rise, displacement of millions of people and the loss of ecosystems such as coral reefs.
The US withdrawal would not derail global efforts to fight climate change, said Christiana Figueres, the former UN climate chief who delivered the Paris agreement.
“The real economy both in the US and internationally must and will continue its decarbonization trend, pulled much more strongly by market forces than held back by politics,” she said. “States, cities, corporations, investors have been moving in this direction for several years and the dropping prices of renewables versus high cost of health impacts from fossil fuels, guarantees the continuation of the transition.”
She said clarity on the US position would free the rest of the world to concentrate on developing the details of the Paris plan but also warned that leaving was not straightforward: “For months we have been witnessing a vacuous political melodrama surrounding the US exit from the Paris agreement. The fact is that the US government has no legal basis to withdraw from the agreement until 5 November 2019.”
The US will be the loser from its withdrawal, said Prof John Schellnhuber, a climate scientist and former adviser to the EU, Angela Merkel and the Pope. “It will not substantially hamper global climate progress but it will hurt the American economy and society alike,” he said. “China and Europe have become world leaders on the path towards green development already and will strengthen their position if the US slips back. The Washington people around Trump fail to recognise that the climate wars are over, while the race for sustainable prosperity is on.”
“President Trump is putting his country on the wrong side of history,” said Laurence Tubiana, France’s climate ambassador during the negotiation of the Paris deal. “This decision will do damage to the US domestically and to its position globally. If anything, this sad decision will galvanize action among the nearly 200 countries that understand the need to urgently tackle climate change.”
Trump followed through with his campaign pledge to “cancel” US involvement in the Paris accord following months of conflicting signals over whether he would do so or just scale back the US ambition to cut emissions.
In the past week Trump promised twice, via Twitter, that a decision on the deal would be coming soon, while Sean Spicer, his spokesman, acknowledged on Wednesday that he didn’t know if the president accepted that human activity has caused rising temperatures. Trump has previously called climate science a “hoax”but has also conceded that there may be a connection between burning fossil fuels and global warming.
The withdrawal represents a victory for the nationalist elements in Trump’s administration, such as his strategist Steve Bannon, who have argued the Paris deal undermines an “America first” approach, harms domestic coal production and hinders efforts to repeal Barack Obama-era regulations such as the Clean Power Plan. On Tuesday, Trump met with Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency head who has called Paris a “bad deal” that should be discarded.
A group of 22 Republican senators, headed by majority leader Mitch McConnell, backed this view in a letter to Trump that urged a “clean exit” from the Paris deal, which they said added a “regulatory burden” upon the US.
The anti-agreement faction had jockeyed for Trump’s favour over a rival school of thought, including secretary of state Rex Tillerson and Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and adviser, that argued the US should remain in the Paris deal in order to preserve its diplomatic influence.
Hundreds of large businesses, including Apple, Google and Walmart, also threw their weight behind the deal, with even fossil fuel firms such as ExxonMobil, BP and Shell supporting the accord as the best way to transition to a low-carbon economy and stave off the perils of climate change.
This is a sad day in America. Our nation will leave the #ParisAgreement. Our nation will join Syria and Nicaragua (which thought the accord was too weak) on this infamous list of nations not in the accord.