IT Chapter Two Has Just Cast Another Book Character

July 11, 2018

4 minutes ago Last year’s biggest horror hit (and really the biggest horror movie ever at the box office) was the cinematic adaptation of Stephen King’s IT. That film was just the first half of the story, because just like the 1990 miniseries, this tale takes time to tell. Filming is officially underway on the eagerly anticipated sequel, IT Chapter Two. All of the adult members of the Losers’ Club…

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The Rock Rules Out 2020 Presidential Run

July 11, 2018

The Rock has officially ruled out running for president during the 2020 election. The idea of the wrestler-turned-actor possibly running for president of the United States was first floated in 2016 and Dwayne Johnson began taking the idea seriously not long after. Johnson hasn’t definitively ruled it out in the future, but 2020 is definitely off the table. Dwayne Johnson has been promoting his latest movie Skyscraper, which is one…

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India Could Relax Rules On Data With Payment Companies

July 11, 2018

By PYMNTS The Ministry of Finance in India is proposing that the government relax a directive that would require global payment firms to store the data of customers only locally. According to a report in Reuters, the move comes amid weeks of lobbying on the part of companies in the U.S., as well as from trade bodies. Easing of the proposal would give relief to Mastercard, Visa and American Express,…

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Jet Airways Cancels Flight, Passengers Protest At Delhi Airport Runway

July 11, 2018

New Delhi: A Bhopal-bound Jet Airways flight with 71 passengers on board was forced to return here on Tuesday evening due to a technical snag, an airline official said. The airline arranged an alternative aircraft which also developed a technical glitch and subsequently the airline had to cancel the flight. The cancellation of the flight triggered protest from the affected passengers, who came down on the tarmac at the IGI…

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The Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween Trailer Brings Gummy Bears To Life

July 11, 2018

5 minutes ago It’s been nice to see live action kids movies coming out more regularly in recent years. One of those that did better than expected was 2015’s Goosebumps, a film based on R.L. Stine’s works that went on to make $150 million at the box office. We’ve been hearing about the sequel a lot lately; however, what we haven’t seen was any footage from Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween….

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Younis Khan quits UBL after franchise pulls out of domestic circuit

July 11, 2018

2:03 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Former Pakistan batsman Younis Khan has never been afraid to say what he feels, with that trait showing so sign of abating even as he stands retired from international cricket. Angered – and seemingly hurt – by his domestic franchise United Bank Limited’s decision to disband the cricket team, Younis announced his resignation as both captain and player, and that 11 July 2018 was “his…

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For Vladimir Putin, Helsinki talks with Donald Trump a win before he even sits down

July 11, 2018

By: Reuters | Moscow | Updated: July 11, 2018 11:37:36 pm Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump, right. (Photo: AP) Related News Donald Trump and Theresa May: Six key moments in their “special relationship”At NATO, Trump slams Germany as Russian ‘captive’Trump likely to support NATO’s Article 5 but wants more spending For US President Donald Trump, a summit with Vladimir Putin risks a political backlash at home and…

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Romans Might Have Been First Commercial Whalers

Right whales were hunted to extinction in the Mediterranean. New evidence indicates even the Romans may have hunted whales on a commercial scale. (Credit: wildestanimal/shutterstock) In the second century, the Greco-Roman writer Oppian described men in rowboats thrusting harpoons into a “sea monster,” which is then roped and towed to shore. At the time, the Romans had a successful fishing industry in the Strait of Gibraltar, the western waterway to…

July 11, 2018
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First Americans: Gault Projectiles Point To Earlier Presence

July 11, 2018

Without human remains older than about 13,000 years, the best evidence for the earliest peopling of the Americas comes from stone tools such as the Gault projectiles, unique in shape, and other artifacts from a site in Texas. They represent previously unknown First Americans that pre-date Clovis, once thought to be the first indigenous culture in the New World. (Credit: Produced by N Velchoff ©The Gault School of Archaeological Research)…

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9 Marvel Heroes Who Could Team Up With Spider-Man in Far From Home

July 11, 2018

16 minutes ago Warning! The following contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War and Ant-Man and the Wasp. One of the huge benefits of Spider-Man being in the MCU is that he gets to interact and team up with other Marvel heroes, just like in the comics. This possibility paid off right away in Spider-Man’s first solo MCU outing, Spider-Man: Homecoming, when Iron Man provided some crucial assistance to an out-of-his-depth…

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