Month: April 2021

Psyduck almost got its own game, as it was originally going to be the mascot of one of the Pokémon: Let’s Go titles. Before a Pokémon: Let’s Go, Psyduck! could get off the ground, Psyduck was replaced with Eevee as Pikachu’s counterpart. The Pokémon: Let’s Go games are remakes of Pokémon Yellow, with a gameplay shift that puts them closer to Pokémon GO. Pikachu
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Twelve of Europes’s leading soccer clubs have confirmed their agreement to establish a new mid-week competition, the Super League. The seismic and highly controversial proposals, which involve the game’s biggest clubs such as Manchester United, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus, have dominated European news services this evening. AC Milan, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter
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When three university students are killed in a rural town in Nigeria the father of one of the victims hires Phillip Taiwo, a psychologist and expert in crowd behaviour and violence, to investigate the controversial incident, in Lightseekers by Femi Kayode. Through Phillip’s investigation the multitude of socio-political issues in Nigeria, such as poverty, crime,
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Refresh for latest…: Warner Bros/Legendary’s Godzilla Vs Kong is approaching the $400M global mark, as it topped $300M at the international box office this weekend. Adding $12.2M from 41 overseas markets (a good -49% hold), the monsters have cumed an estimated $309.7M offshore for $390.2M worldwide through Sunday. After overtaking Tenet as the No. 1
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We are a nation in love. According to research by Channel 5 in September last year 73 per cent of Brits consider themselves animal lovers. Seizing the opportunity presented by working from home, the temptation to buy or adopt a furry friend during lockdown became strong. And let’s face it, sharing space with a pet
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The American Society of Cinematographers is announcing its winners today for the 35th Annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards this afternoon in the feature film, documentary and television cinematography categories.They represent the organization’s picks for the most compelling visual filmmaking over the past 14 months. The Society is bestowing the ASC Board of Governors Award to
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Damian Lewis has honored his late wife Helen McCrory with a touching tribute. The Homeland alum, who currently stars on Billions, penned a eulogy for the actress, known for roles in Peaky Blinders and the Harry Potter films, in The Sunday Times on Sunday, April 18. Two days earlier, Lewis announced on Twitter that McCrory, mother of their daughter Manon, 14, and son Gulliver, 13, had died at
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