Pom Klementieff may have entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe playing Mantis in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" followed by appearances in the last two "Avengers" movies, but that wasn't her original superhero plan. "My dream was to be in X-Men," she told Variety on Thursday at the Chanel dinner for its new fragrance Gabrielle […] (Date:09/14/2019 01:49) Read full article >>

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