• Josh Brolin Is Really Glad He Didn't Get To Play Batman
  • People To Be Paid For Long Power Cuts In Delhi, Rs 50 An Hour
  • Follow live: Heat look to build off Game 2 win
  • Sixers' Embiid starting in Game 3 vs. Heat
  • Sources: Sixers' Embiid cleared for Game 3

Josh Brolin Is Really Glad He Didn't Get To Play Batman

11 minutes ago DC and Warner Bros didn’t wait long to recast Batman once Christian Bale’s tenure as the hero wrapped up in 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises. Following the release of 2013’s Man of Steel, it was announced that what we now know as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was in the works, and eventually Ben Affleck was tapped to play the DC Extended Universe’s Caped Crusader. But…

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People To Be Paid For Long Power Cuts In Delhi, Rs 50 An Hour

NEW DELHI: People in the national capital could start getting paid for long unscheduled power cuts starting this summer. The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi government on Thursday said the long-debated policy to compensate consumers had been finally cleared by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. A similar scheme announced earlier by the AAP government was cancelled because it had been notified without his signature. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called the first-of-its-kind policy…

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Follow live: Heat look to build off Game 2 win

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Sixers' Embiid starting in Game 3 vs. Heat

7:28 PM ET MIAMI — The Gregg Popovich, whose wife, Erin, died Wednesday, will not coach the Spurs on Thursday night. Ettore Messina will fill in for Popovich. DeMarcus Cousins returns to the Smoothie King Center for the first time since tearing his Achilles on Thursday. Teammate Anthony Davis predicts Cousins will receive a standing ovation from Pelicans’ fans. Two years ago, the Philadelphia 76ers won 10 games. Now they’re…

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Sources: Sixers' Embiid cleared for Game 3

5:23 PM ET MIAMI — Barring a setback in pregame warmups, Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid has been cleared to play in Thursday night’s Game 3 of their first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat, sources tell ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne. Embiid has been cleared both as having healed from an orbital fracture suffered last month, and for the style of protective mask he’ll wear. Earlier this afternoon, the 76ers upgraded…

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World War Z 2 Production Delayed Again, Will We Ever See It?

For those of you hoping that World War Z 2 was actually going to begin filming this year, now would be a good time to start tempering expectations. David Fincher, the director behind such cinematic masterworks as Seven and Fight Club, has been courted to direct the long-awaited sequel, with the help of his frequent collaborator Brad Pitt, who is set to reprise his role in the follow-up. While Fincher…

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Watch The MCU Get Explained In 6 Minutes

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming up on an extremely exciting time. After a decade of filmmaking and countless trips to the movies, the entire MCU will come to a head with Avengers: Infinity War. The Russo Brothers are juggling a ton of characters in the upcoming blockbuster, also have the added pressure of making the films accessible to moviegoers who haven’t seen every single installment. With 18 movies out…

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Peter from Deadpool 2 Has His Own Hilarious Twitter Account

Peter, the non-powered and quite possibly most hilarious member of the X-Force, stole fans’ hearts in the latest Deadpool 2 trailer. Now he can also steal fans’ retweets, as the humorously useless hero actually has his own verified Twitter account. This marketing strategy has actually been in the works for about a month now, since Peter W.’s first tweet landed on Twitter on March 24. Since then, he has tweeted…

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World War Z 2 Is Even Further Out Than We Thought

Despite all of these delays and issues, there’s still a fair case for us to make that World War Z deserves this level of slow, deliberate development. Marc Forster’s original 2013 adaptation of Max Brooks’ novel experienced a notoriously rocky production, with numerous elements of the story changed during reshoots — including the film’s third act, which was wholly jettisoned in favor of a smaller set piece. If World War…

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Armstrong settles $100M fraud suit with U.S.

5:08 PM ET Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong has reached a $5 million settlement with the federal government in a whistleblower lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages from the cyclist who was stripped of his record seven Tour de France victories after admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs throughout much of his career. The deal announced Thursday came as the two sides prepared for a trial…

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