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How Marvel’s Kevin Feige Actually Feels About The Disney And Fox Deal

For years, the prospect of the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, the two cinematic Marvel properties that still remain at 20th Century Fox, being incorporated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe was just a dream. That changed early last December, when it was formally announced that Disney is purchasing large chunks of Fox’s entertainment assets. There’s still a lot of work ...

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Bangladesh bat; Sunzamul handed Test debut

Lunch Bangladesh 120 for 2 (Tamim 52, Kayes 40, Mominul 26*) v Sri Lanka Tamim Iqbal brought up his 25th Test half-century Associated Press Tamim Iqbal hurtled to fifty and Mominul Haque made a fluent start to the series, but two spin-bowling strikes kept Bangladesh in check, after they had threatened to run away with the session. At lunch, Bangladesh were ...

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VicRoads to fill identity theft pothole eventually

(Screenshot: Stilgherrian/ZDNet) On November 10, 2017, Melbourne resident Niel Fulton applied for a new driver’s licence. It never arrived. Two weeks later, someone used a form on the VicRoads website to change the registered address. Fulton assumes his licence was stolen from the post, either in transit or from his letter box. The thief would then have had everything they’d ...

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Raghu Ram and Sugandha Garg part ways in the coolest way possible -Check out posts

New Delhi: Roadies fame Raghu Ram’s divorce was finalised with wife Sugandha Garg on January 29, 2018. The couple announced their decision to part ways back in 2016, after a 10-year long marriage. After getting legally separated, the two took to their respective Instagram handles to share photos of their wedding day and their divorce day with unusually cool captions. ...

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The Detective Pikachu Movie Has Added Two More Stars

Like the video game that came before, Detective Pikachu will follow a boy who goes adventuring with one of these electrically-charged mouse creatures. However, while this Pikachu isn’t as strong as others of his kind, he makes up for that with his smarts, which he puts to good use solving mysteries. Oh, and Detective Pikachu speaks like a normal human ...

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Think two steps ahead in ODIs, unlike in Tests – Rohit

Rohit Sharma is ready to put behind him the Test series in which he was preferred to Ajinkya Rahane for the first two Tests and then dropped. Rahane made a crucial contribution in the Test that India won. Rohit is a genius ODI batsman, and that confidence just shows vis-a-vis when he is playing Tests and still looking to establish ...

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Huawei Australia announces new CEO

Huawei Australia has announced appointing a new CEO for local operations, with Huang Ji moving from his position of head of global human resources for Huawei in an effort to push 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) projects locally. Huang, also called George Huang, has been with Huawei since 1996, also previously serving as head of Huawei’s Nanjing and Indian ...

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Women in music don’t need to ‘step up’: Pink slams Grammys head

Los Angeles: Singer Pink has criticised Recording Academy president Neil Portnow for his comments on lack of women winners at the recently-concluded Grammy Awards. Remarking on only two female artistes Alessia Cara and Rihanna bagging the golden gramophone, the Grammys head had said women in the music industry need to “step up”. Pink shared a handwritten note on Twitter, in ...

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Why Netflix And Amazon Sat Out Of The Sundance Buyer Market

The film industry is still trying to figure out the acquisition and distribution approaches of relative newcomer streaming services like Amazon, Hulu, Netflix and more. In years past, these companies have arrived at annual film festivals like Sundance and even Cannes with their pocketbooks in hand, looking to make a splash by picking up eventual awards contenders. Movies like Mudbound ...

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MCG to host men’s and women’s World Twenty20 final

The women’s and men’s World Cups will be held in Australia in two years’ time ICC hoping for a record attendance at a women’s sporting event with MCG final Tournament venues were unveiled during an event in Melbourne on Tuesday By Greg Stutchbury, Reuters Published: 06:55 GMT, 30 January 2018 | Updated: 06:55 GMT, 30 January 2018 Melbourne Cricket Ground will ...

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