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Tom Brady Deflategate Suspension, Black Widow Toys #WheresNatasha – Beyond The Trailer



Will the Tom Brady suspension crush his Hollywood dreams?! And why is Captain America riding Black Widow’s motorcycle?

Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph gives you the latest movie news today! Today the NFL gave Tom Hardy a four game suspension for his involvement in Deflategate! With upcoming cameos in Ted 2 and Entourage, will this suspension ruin Tom Brady’s dream of a movie career?! Plus fans continue to be upset about the lack of Black Widow toys and merchandise! The latest #WheresNatasha debacle is the Avengers 2 quinjet and motorcycle toy which features Captain America instead of Black Widow as in the actual movie! What do you think of Tom Brady’s Deflategate suspension? And are you upset about #WheresNatasha? Be sure to make Beyond The Trailer your first stop for movie and entertainment news here on YouTube today!

CHAPTER TIMES
Tom Brady – 00:00
Female Action Figures – 5:40
Wes Anderson’s Cafe – 13:12
Viewer Question – 15:20

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20 Comments
  1. Ogen Ear

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Didn't Mark Wahlberg play football?

  2. brownhulk2000

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    1st of all televised or not 4 games is 4 games, he wants to play and wont get paid that is more than a slap on the wrist. 2nd you  speculated his wife persuaded Tom to go for movie  stardom based on his good  looks. That's your ridiculous idea, how do you follow that up with "comments like that make them so unlikeable"? Don't put words in her mouth, anyway she wouldn't base his potential success on him being handsome  because she's known for her beauty and you see how far that got her "ill fated" turn in Hollywood.

  3. Connie Kucani

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    I'm 100% upset about Black Widow not being represented and I'm so happy about your viewpoint, you have no idea. I'm so sick of people not taking problems like this seriously – my 9-year-old sister keeps complaining about how in shows that she likes there's only ever one or two girls and they don't get to do cool stuff! She's right, this is a huge problem! it seems small in comparison to other stuff but this is where everything starts! If girls get told from early age on that they can't do this and can't do that, they will actually believe they can't. Of course lots of men don't care about that because they're not really affected! We need to show young girls they can be whatever they want to be (and tbh, boys too – it also goes the other way around, boys should be able to not have to choose the motor cycle but maybe a less adventurous toy).

  4. Eric Johnson

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Most action figures and toys are purchased by males. I was given the same explanation as it relates to African American toys and figures. Since most of the buyers are white, then this explains the ratio proportionate difference in stock. If I am told to live with it, so should women.

  5. Jennifer Savage

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Give Tom Brady a chance

  6. Horrornado

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Fred Dryer, Alex Karras, Fred Williamson, OJ Simpson, Merlin Olson, Jim Brown, Rosie Grier, all played in the NFL and had, somewhat successful, acting careers.  Many others played college football and become actor of note.

  7. Steven Escareno

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Well to be fair, Jim Brown had a very successful career as an actor for awhile.  He was fucking hilarious in "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka."    As for Tom Brady though, I think he does have the looks to be an actor, but whether or not he can actually ACT is a different story altogether.  

    I need to see him act in a few roles first before I can really tell you whether or not he should pursue acting as a career after he retires from football.  As far as him cheating goes, you are aware that he's not the only player that's cheated in the nfl right?

    Believe it or not, it was reported that hall of fame wide receiver, Jerry Rice, used to put stickum glue on his hands before each game, so he could catch the ball better.  Yet nobody condemns him because he's a super bowl champion, and he has all those records.  Brady will be fine.  All he has to do is win another super bowl or two, and people will shut up and forget about what he did.  Just look at Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, he's been convicted of raping women TWICE, and he's served ZERO jail time for it too, yet people forget about that easily because….after that he won  a super bowl, so everyone remembers him as a champion.  

    Brady will be fine.  As long as Brady doesn't do anything stupid, I'm sure he'll still be remembered as one of the best quarterbacks of all time, and everyone that's hating on him will eventually forget about it after he wins ANOTHER super bowl.  That's just reality.

  8. Shayne Kerluke

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    hay grace, nfl players truned actor bubba smith, carl weathers, ed marinaro, Fred Williamson, JIM BROWN, LAWRENCE TAYLOR, MERLIN OLSEN, O.J. SIMPSON,  TERRY BRADSHAW, TERRY CREWS,

  9. cecollins68

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Terry crews……

  10. venomous45von

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Boys buy action figures. Boys (the majority) don't want a Black Widow action figure. Why aren't we fussing at Disney for not selling enough male toys from the movie Frozen? Boys (the majority) wouldn't want toys from the movie Frozen. These companies have done marketing for years and the Black Widow toys won't sell well no matter how much you try to shove it down our throats. Comic Books, comic book movies and all action genre films are mostly made for males. It's cool that girls cross over to things catered for males but females are a minority in the Action/Comic Book genre. How about we make a big fuss about a lack of male toys for movies like Frozen, Snow White, Princess and the Frog, etc. We won't make a fuss because boys (the majority) don't cross over to girls stuff. It's just facts. You have females who cross over to male sports NFL, NBA, etc. Why won't the guys cross over to the WNBA or female sports in gerneral? Because they don't like it. You've seen all those empty seats in those arenas. Same concept for the Black Widow situation. Why make a bunch of Black Widow toys for a hand full of girls that will buy them. Because once again the boys (the majority) won't want them.

  11. FashionablyGREAT

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    What about OJ Simpson, Duane The Rock Johnson and Terry Crews? All three are football players that turned into successful actors.

  12. Yoran Pattipeilhohy

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    merlin olson, carl weathers, dwayne the rock johnson( to some extend) where all football players

  13. TheQueenOfDirt

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    If it makes anybody feel better about Black Widow, I was at 7-11, and I saw Hawkeye on a bag of Fritos.

  14. Oo2k10

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Must be a slow news day if you have to talk about Tom Brady deflate gate.

  15. modvsone

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    The backlash for race and gender relations has been going strong for a long time. The difference now is people are finally recognizing it. When you're black, gay and female, you see it within the various communities you're associated with first. For example, I find being in the south especially, that some of my white gay brothers exclude me due to my color and gender. So seeing these responses from men, even men of color, about feminists does not surprise me.

  16. hughtubecube

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    The problem with feminism is that some take it too far. They get past the stage of desiring true equality and begin to want female superiority over men. Of course, this is a backlash to the huge length of time men have been superior to women: a feeling that now women deserve to be on top. I put it to anyone who belongs to that group that you are as backwards and moronic as those who reject true feminism. I put it to you that you are not a feminist, rather just another preacher of the archaic philosophy that any one group should be superior to all others. Do we really want a patriarchy to turn into a matriarchy? No.

    Here's an odd comparison: did any of you bothering to read this watch Da Ali G Show? Well, he used to ask 'is it because I is black?' to interviewees who denied him something or did something which could offend an idiot. The point behind that joke was not only the pure idiocy of a white man asking that question, but also the lunacy of the character in using that as a response to the slightest inconvenience. 

    Here is how it fits in to what I am saying: I am in a position where I am able to hire people to work for the company I am a part of. I had once narrowed a shortlist of candidates for one post down to the two best, who happened to be a man and a woman. We then went through the 'second round', if you will, of the application process. I ended up giving the job to the man: he fitted it best. The way I like to do things in that second round is have them do a mock day's work in the post, at the end of which I would call each into my office separately. When I had my meeting with the unsuccessful woman, she asked me if I refused her the post because she was female, and accused me of sexism in giving the post to the man instead of her. A ridiculous accusation. I'm not about to give a job to someone who doesn't fit the role just to fill a quota. Not if the candidate is a woman, is black, or is homosexual. I will chose the best candidate for the job, no more, no less.

    If I were to give that woman the post just to fill a quota, I would be placing women in a superior position to men. That cannot happen, and the expectation that I, or anyone should do that is not true feminism.

    With all that being said, I find it ridiculous that the toy be altered in that way.

    Rant over.

  17. Cpt McHugeballs

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    racism everywhere

  18. stanley Guerrier

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    rick fox (basketball player) is doing great acting

  19. James McGee

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    i enjoyed this one a lot Grace. Any chance of a decent microphone and background. Not keen on the claustrophobic feel and echo

  20. Dwight Kemper

    March 10, 2017 8:50 am

    Firstly, "irregardless" is not a word. Secondly, applying the expression, "the full Monty" to female nudity makes no sense. It derives its expression from Monty Python, meaning a trouser snake, aka, a penis. This is why the film from which this expression came is about male strippers getting up the courage to strip completely naked, showing the full Monty.

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