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EW, being the cheeky scamps they are, have something "Marvel-ous" in mind. Brie added, "She's also quick to jump to things, which makes her incredible in battle because she's the first one out there and doesn't always wait for orders". She's amusing, but doesn't always tell good jokes. The film wrapped filming earlier this year and will also star Jude Law . We already know that Captain Marvel is set in the 90s and this makes it the second period film in MCU after Captain ...
  • Nike’s support for Colin Kaepernick protest has some destroying their shoes

    Nike’s support for Colin Kaepernick protest has some destroying their shoes

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    Kaepernick is entering his second NFL season without being on a roster, after he began kneeling in protest of racial injustice during the national anthem in August of 2016. Some Kaepernick critics took that to mean sacrificing their Nike products. Comedian and actor D.L. Hughley voiced support for Kaepernick as well, and at the same time called out what he feels is hypocrisy among those calling for a boycott, since they are essentially trying to protest against Kaepernick's right to ...
  • Nike shares dip as Colin Kaepernick ad spurs boycott

    Nike shares dip as Colin Kaepernick ad spurs boycott

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    It contains the message: " Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything ". In less than 24 hours since Kaepernick first revealed the spot on Twitter, Nike received more than $43 million worth of media exposure, the vast majority of it neutral to positive, according to Apex Marketing Group.
  • The Witcher Netflix Series Casts Henry Cavill of Superman Fame as Geralt

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    He then comes into contact with a sorceress and a young princess, and together the three must overcome the dangers of the harsh, violent Continent. The first series on Netflix will consist of eight episodes , with the streaming service's "See What's Next" social media account confirming that it will be based primarily on the books.
  • ‘No one wanted this’: Viewers slam Colton Underwood as the next ‘Bachelor’

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    He then appeared onBachelor in Paradise , where he began a relationship with contestant Tia Booth that ultimately flamed out on Monday's episode . Colton Underwood , who previously appeared on Becca Kufrin's cycle of " The Bachelorette " and most recently on " Bachelor in Paradise ", is the next lucky man looking for love on the long-running reality series.
  • Federer stunned by Millman in fourth round

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    That was the first time in tournament history that the U.S. Open created an extreme heat policy for men's matches - they can opt for a 10-minute break between the third and fourth sets - similar to what's standard on the women's tour, when there can be a delay between the second and third sets.
  • Dave Bautista Might Not Return for 'Guardians of the Galaxy 3′

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    Now, actor Dave Bautista - who plays Drax in the series - has cast doubt on whether he will return for " Guardians 3 ", the production of which is currently on-hold "indefinitely". "I have an issue, I have a moral and a political issue with what they've done. That's the way I feel", he said in an appearance on " The Jonathan Ross Show ".
  • New Yorker Festival Drops Steve Bannon In Wake Of Backlash

    New Yorker Festival Drops Steve Bannon In Wake Of Backlash

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    The New Yorker canceled an appearance by Steve Bannon at its October festival after a barrage of criticism online . However, several high-profile guests - including director Judd Apatow , actor Jim Carey , comedian John Mulaney , and comedian Patton Oswalt - said that they would not appear at the festival if it meant sharing a billing with Bannon .
  • Keys crushes Cibulkova to reach U.S. Open quarters

    Keys crushes Cibulkova to reach U.S. Open quarters

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    Previewing a potential heavyweight showdown with Federer - who has won as many US Open titles in the Open Era as any other male player - Djokovic said: "Next to [Rafael] Nadal, [he is] my biggest rival I've had throughout my professional career".
  • Aretha Franklin bishop sorry after 'groping' Ariana Grande

    Aretha Franklin bishop sorry after 'groping' Ariana Grande

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    Bishop Ellis has now spoken out, saying it wasn't his intention to touch Ariana's breast. "I hug all the female artists and the male artists". "Can you IMAGINE the outcry from idiots now saying "she should have said something" if Ariana HAD stopped & said "Bishop get your creepy hands off me & also don't belittle my name you old perve" during a funeral?" We are all about the love.
  • That Fan Theory About Michael Jackson And 'The Simpsons' Is Actually True

    That Fan Theory About Michael Jackson And 'The Simpsons' Is Actually True

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    And enough time has passed that the writers are now willing to talk freely about it. Simpsons creator Matt Groening was recently interviewed on Austrailian TV show The Weekly , where he revealed all, on camera. But I remember being somewhat confused by his role in the show and thinking even then that the singing voices didn't sound exactly like Michael Jackson .
  • Bishop apologizes to Ariana Grande with another Taco Bell joke

    Bishop apologizes to Ariana Grande with another Taco Bell joke

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    Franklin died August 16, 2018 of pancreatic cancer at the age of 76. Franklin's four sons will equally divide their mother's assets under MI law. With a lineup that included Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, and Ariana Grande , Franklin's funeral had enough heavy-hitters to populate the lineup for a music festival.
  • Eminem drops new album ‘Kamikaze’

    Eminem drops new album ‘Kamikaze’

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    On a track titled "Fall" featuring Justin Vernon , Eminem called out a number of artists, while also aiming homophobic slurs at Tyler, The Creator . Near the end of the opening track, " The Ringer ", Eminem reflects on the cypher, asking "was it even worth it?" as he's "watchin' my fan base shrink to thirds".