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How Chadwick Boseman Compares Playing Black Panther For Ryan Coogler And The Russos

Continuing, Chadwick Boseman pointed out that Ryan Coogler inherited Black Panther as a character for the solo film, with Joe and Anthony Russo not knowing who was going to take the project’s helm. Fortunately, however, the filmmakers (along with writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely) were mindful to keep some important doors open that Coogler could then explore in his ...

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No-show Vijay left out of Tamil Nadu squad

3:44 AM ET Arun VenugopalESPN M Vijay has been left out of the Tamil Nadu side for the remainder of the Vijay Hazare Trophy after he “failed to report” to the ground for the game against Mumbai on Thursday due to “shoulder pain”. The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) made it clear in a press release that the state body, ...

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Huawei: National security concerns not a blank cheque for public policy decisions

While national security concerns are important for governments globally, Huawei has argued that they cannot be used as “talismanic” exceptions for all public policy decisions. Speaking to the Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth on Friday afternoon, Huawei Technologies VP of Global Government Affairs Simon Lacey said that governments are becoming more aware of both the benefits and ...

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Morgan refuses to blame Maxwell reprieve after T20 loss

England captain Eoin Morgan believes contested catches are an unavoidable part of the landscape after watching Glenn Maxwell cash in on a debatable decision and power Australia to victory in Hobart. Maxwell’s superb 103 not out saw the hosts to a second straight win in the Trans-Tasman T20 series, having thrashed New Zealand in Sydney, but it might easily have ...

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Farewell Soapy, but will Australia’s new attorney-general be any better?

I’m no fan of Australia’s favourite attorney-general, Senator George Bandis QC. You may have noticed. So I’m not exactly saddened to see him heading to London to become Australia’s high commissioner there. That’s what we call an ambassador to another Commonwealth nation. Brandis became attorney-general on September 18, 2013. In less than a year, he’d become a running joke in ...

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