Monthly Archives: July 2017

How Tom Holland Feels About Kirsten Dunst's Blunt Spider-Man Comments

The main reason Kirsten Dunst hasn’t kept up with the newer Spider-Man movies is because she thinks that the Sam Raimi movies are “the best ones.” While taste is subjective, it is true that 2002’s Spider-Man and 2004’s Spider-Man 2 remain some of the most Web-Slinger’s most popular movies. 2007’s Spider-Man 3…not so much. That trilogy was followed by the ...

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A requiem for Lady Olenna, the fearless, scene-stealing queen of 'Game of Thrones'

With only 10 episodes left between this season and next year’s six-part conclusion, “Game of Thrones” has begun the long work of tying up its many, continent-spanning loose ends. Now that winter is here, major characters previously on opposite sides of the world are coming together while others, unfortunately, are reaching the end of the line. (Warning: Spoilers ahead, and ...

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Voodoo Medicine: Time To Stop

The world’s most celebrated athlete standing on the podium in Rio in honor of receiving yet another gold medal has something important in common with your lazy uncle throwing back a cold one in his Barcalounger. Yes, swimming powerhouse Michael Phelps, purple-spotted from cupping therapy, and your slovenly relative with a beer gut both share a bond — a weakness ...

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DeMario Jackson Is In Talks to Join 'Dancing With the Stars'

Get ready Bachelor Nation — looks like DeMario Jackson will most likely be competing on next season’s Dancing With the Stars, sources tell ET. A source close to the reality star says he is “highly interested” and is considering appearing on DWTS. Meanwhile, another source close to Jackson says he is already “in talks” and that “there … ET – ...

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The Underachievers – Indigoism

New York’s hip hop will never stop. The birthplace of the culture, the Big Apple’s voraciousness for fresh sounds will always mark it a talent hotbed. But something truly distinctive has slipped into the water of late. A tasteful revivalism, complemented by a fuggy, narcotised aesthetic. Raps with bite and insight, matched to boom-bap attack with a contemporary twist. “Beast ...

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Happy little vegemites are happy for a reason

People who eat vegemite and other yeast-based spreads report they are less anxious and stressed than people who don’t eat them, according to new research from Victoria University’s College of Health and Biomedicine. Researchers conducted an online survey of 520 people in Australia, New Zealand and the UK to see how yeast-based spreads such as vegemite, marmite, and promite affect the moods of ...

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