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Everyone's buzzing about the announcement of Netflix's "Full House" sequel series "Fuller House," and as details continue to roll in about the upcoming show, we're getting pretty darn excited ourselves.

We don't know too much so far, but TV Line confirmed a recent interview with John Stamos that said: Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber will reprise their original roles in the spinoff. Bure is the "Danny" of the new series: D.J. is widowed, has two sons (a rebellious 12-year-old and a neurotic 7-year-old) and she's pregnant. Aspiring singer Stephanie seems to be cut from the same cloth as Uncle Jesse. And single mom Kimmy Gibbler, who has a teen daughter, is the sassy best friend, just like Joey.

The remaining cast members haven't been confirmed, although negotiations are in progress... We're curious to see how the lives of the beloved Tanner and company will play out twenty years after the "Full House" finale. In fact, we have some hopes and dreams for the series of our own. There are definitely a few characters we would welcome back in addition to the main cast, and some scenarios we would like to get explored. Find out 9 things we would like to see in the "Full House" sequel.

There are roughly 10,000 characters in Marvel's superhero smorgasbord "Avengers: Age of Ultron," opening May 1st nationwide. The sequel to the $1 billion+ grossing "Avengers" sees the super team facing down the evil robot Ultron and his ever-growing army of robotic doppelgängers. But if you haven't kept up with the various superhero standalone movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we wanted to make sure you knew who was who going into "Avengers: Age of Ultron." So behold, our handy guide.

This should bring you up to speed on who is who and what they've been up to, in the events leading up to "Age of Ultron" (and in "Age of Ultron" itself). There are minor spoilers, so if you're squeamish, beware. But, ultimately, this is supposed to be a tool to educate and entertain and remind you who, exactly, is punching whom. Excelsior!avengers age of ultron characters
Who's surprised? Anyone? Bueller? Box office expectations couldn't be much higher for "Avengers: Age of Ultron," which opens in the U.S. on May 1, but has already made big money in international markets. According to Variety, the superhero sequel made $44.8 million in 26 territories in its first two days, with first-place finishes in all of them. Here are a few of the breakdowns they shared:

o. U.K.: $5.4 million -- 54 percent more than for "Iron Man 3" and 40 percent more than "Avengers."
o. South Korea: $4.9 million, with a 96% share and 173% above "Avengers."
o. France: $4.4 million
o. Russia: $3.7 million
o. Brazil: $3.4 million
o. Australia: $3.4 million
o. Philippines: $2.8 million
o. Taiwan: $2.6 million

That's just a small sample and it's just from the first two days. Meanwhile, keep an eye on the U.S. opening weekend numbers next week, because the bar is pretty high -- "Age of Ultron" is expected to earn more than $200 million. FYI, if you head to Box Office Mojo, the movie with the current No. 1 ranking for highest opening weekend ever is the first "Avengers" with a little over $207M. Second place is "Iron Man 3." So, yeah, expectations are high.