Just in time for the holidays, Marvel released a set of 10 different hour-long fireplace videos. So if you don’t have an actual hearth, you can cozy up next to a virtual one owned by Captain America, Iron Man, Ms. Marvel, Thor, or the Guardians of the Galaxy (or a close-up shot of each of those locales). Cap's Brooklyn apartment is above and here's Iron Man's Manhattan penthouse:
The Guardians’ futuristic fireplace even comes complete with a dancing Baby Groot:
You can find the rest of the fireplace videos on the Marvel Entertainment YouTube page.
[via The Verge]
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