Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 dominated the box office last summer with a worldwide gross of $863 million. So one could expect that the film’s director, James Gunn, has a nice bank account with enough money to offer for charity, which he’s done as a challenge to U.S. President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, filmmaker James Gunn went on Twitter following the official release of President Trump’s physical examination results. Officially, the six-foot-one Trump is recognized as overweight, weighing at 239 pounds and a body mass index of 29.9. To be legally obese, Trump’s BMI would have to be 30.0. The hair difference has (mockingly) inspired a “Girther” movement, spoofing Trump’s “Birther” movement against Obama when Trump was just a failed casino magnate, far away from the nuclear codes.

Unconvinced that Trump isn’t obese, Gunn took to Twitter and issued the 45th President of the United States a challenge. “I will give 100 thousand dollars to Trump’s favorite charity if he will step on an accurate scale with an impartial medical professional, okayed by both of us. For real,” he said. He ended the tweet with the hashtags #Girther and #GirtherMovement.

Trump has yet to officially acknowledge the Marvel director’s challenge, or even a favorite charity, and it’s foolish to think he ever will, to be honest. Trump’s involvement in charity has been spotty at best; in September 2017, the Associated Press reported that leftover funds from the total $107 million raised for Trump’s inauguration ceremony had not yet been donated to any charitable organization. The Donald J. Trump Foundation, founded in 1988, has also been mired in controversy, with promised funds disappearing lending the organization an unfavorable reputation. In 2016, the organization admitted to self-dealing.

In a later tweet replying to a follower, Gunn said that if Trump doesn’t accept the challenge, “or does it and loses,” he will “give the money to other charities, including Planned Parenthood.”

Thor’s electrifying arrival to Infinity War’s climactic battle in Wakanda might’ve just been the most thrilling moment in a movie full of thrilling moments, but it left some fans puzzled. How did Thor, Groot, and Rocket know where to go? Over the weekend, Infinity War’s directors revealed the answer, tying up a small plot hole that, to be honest, didn’t really need to be tied up.

A prevailing theory about time travel being used in Avengers 4 to defeat Thanos was just deemed a “possibility” by one Marvel director, and yes it totally involves the Quantum Realm.

In an interview published by Huffington Post with Peyton Reed, the Ant-Man and the Wasp director confirmed that the film’s post-credits scene left Scott Lang totally trapped in the Quantum Realm. He doesn’t even have an enlarging Pym Particle disc with him like in the first movie. So with the rest of Team Ant-Man turned to ash by Thanos’ snap, Scott’s only option might be to plunge right into a time vortex.

It’s not fair to blame the mustache Henry Cavill had for Mission: Impossible — Fallout for ruining Justice League, mostly because Superman’s weird CGI lip honestly didn’t even crack the top ten of that movie’s problems. But, it turns out that Fallout’s director Chris McQuarrie tried to help Justice League out.

A new superhero in the Arrowverse just suited up for the first time, and while we all really hope it’s Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, there’s really no way to know for sure. Here’s what you need to know about the latest Arrow Season 7 spoilers.

Late on Monday night, Arrow lead actor Stephen Amell — who plays Oliver Queen, aka the Green Arrow, on the show — teased over Twitter that someone just suited up for the first time. “Watching someone try on a superhero suit for the first time never gets old,” he wrote. Considering Ruby Rose’s casting as Kate Kane/Batwoman was only just announced earlier this month, it’s possible that Amell is talking about her.