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When Will Black Panther's SDCC Footage Go Online?

When Will Black Panther's SDCC Footage Go Online?

Like, "worth standing in the Hall H line for" epic . The fake-handed man takes a shot at T'Challa, but he's completely out of ammo. "You got a mixed tape coming out?" The scene reportedly included Boseman, Nyong'o, and Gurira kicking butt in a high-end poker room.


Here's the Video of Michael Phelps 'Racing a Shark'

Here's the Video of Michael Phelps 'Racing a Shark'

I had fun racing a shark and seeing those animals up-close and personal. A recent trailer for " Phelps vs. Shark " did not, however, specify whether or not they'd be in the same water, and a press release put out by the network was similarly unclear.


Jon Can't Protect Sansa on 'Game of Thrones,' But 'No One' Can

Jon Can't Protect Sansa on 'Game of Thrones,' But 'No One' Can

In a behind-the-scenes interview that aired after the episode, Weiss and Benioff explain that this exchange between feral Nymeria and a Winterfell-bound Arya is a callback to Season 1 . In George R.R. Martin's novels, Bran, Arya and Jon have all displayed warging abilities while they're sleeping, even if Arya and Jon don't consciously understand that they're inhabiting their wolves' bodies while they dream.


Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee Slam Venezuelan President For 'Despacito' Use

Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee Slam Venezuelan President For 'Despacito' Use

Panamanian composer Erika Ender, who coauthored the song, rejected its use by Maduro. "For the unity and peace of our country. the constituent [assembly] goes on", begins the song, which you can see in the video below. On Monday night, Fonsi addressed the issue with a post on Instagram. His co-singer on the hit, Luis Fonsi , issued a statement saying that "at no time was I consulted, nor did I authorise, the use or changes of the lyrics of Despacito for political ends".


Game of Thrones Review: New Partnerships Are

Game of Thrones Review: New Partnerships Are "Stormborn"

Unlike the latter, however, Daenerys trusts him and cordially invites his nephew to Dragonstone with the help of Tyrion and his references to season 1. It could be very well foreshadowing that Arya never makes it home to Winterfell or, if she makes it home, she may realize that it's not home to her anymore causing her to leave and continue being the lone wolf of the Stark family.