Day: February 27, 2020

Lindsay Crouse New York Times Biography, Wiki, Age, Ex-Boyfriend, Parents, Family, Children, Net Worth, Instagram and Email

Lindsay Crouse New York Times Bio – Lindsay Crouse New York Times Wiki Lindsay Crouse is a senior staff editor at The New York Times and the Coordinating Producer for the New York Times Op-Docs series. Since joining Op-Docs in 2011, Crouse has worked on more than 200 short films, VR, and interactive documentaries that […]

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5 Magic Kingdom Attractions You MUST Do (& 5 That You Can Safely Skip)

They call it the place where dreams come true and the most magical place on earth, but we’d prefer to call it simply the Magic Kingdom. Easily Walt Disney World’s most beloved theme park, this place has more than enough epic Disneyness for everyone to enjoy. But let’s get real, some days are more magical […]

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No Need For A Foldable: LG's V60 Phone Lets You Add A Second Screen

LG’s newest phone is the V60 ThinQ and instead of folding, this one lets you choose how many screens you want to use. While one of the more prolific phone-makers, LG has struggled in recent years to secure market share and this has often led to the company working on new and novel designs. LG is […]

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Baldur's Gate 3 Gameplay Reveal Makes Game Look REALLY Hard

Larian Studios revealed the first look at Baldur’s Gate 3 gameplay footage today during PAX East 2020, giving fans a look at what the RPG will play like as it gets closer to early access in its development cycle. Baldur’s Gate 3 took the gaming world by storm when it was first announced by Larian Studios, and will […]

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Disney Star Wars Hasn't Made A Wrong Move, Says Clone Wars Composer

Kevin Kiner, who composes the music for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, doesn’t believe that Disney has made a wrong decision so far with its handling of the Star Wars universe. His opinion is probably a controversial one, though, considering there are many extremely strong fan opinions about how Disney has treated the latest trilogy […]

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Heroes Rising Adds 4 New Ultimate Moves To My Hero Academia

The follow-up film to My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising, premieres four new ultimate moves that have never been featured before on the anime series. While the plot of the first film, Two Heroes, followed only a select few members from class 1-A, all twenty of the aspiring heroes get a chance […]

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Dragon Ball: Everyone Goku Has Killed

Everyone knows Goku is a good guy, but Dragon Ball‘s big hero has killed his share of enemies. Mercy and forgiveness are some of Goku’s defining characteristics, almost to a fault. The Saiyan’s human upbringing, combined with a well-timed bash on the head, ensured that the ruthlessness of his Saiyan blood was tempered and replaced by […]

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Batman: Arkham Origins: Why Joker's Voice Actor Changed

The Joker has featured prominently in the entire Batman Arkham series, and he’s a big part of what made the games so beloved by fans. For the third game, Arkham Origins, there was a slight change to the Joker, however. The villain had previously been played by the iconic Mark Hamill, who’d lent his voice […]

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RHONJ: Everything That Happened During the Giudice Family Reunion

After spending over four years separated, the Giudice family was finally reunited and all of the drama was featured on the recent special for The Real Housewives of New Jersey. On the season finale of season 10, there were major bombs being dropped by both Joe Giudice and Teresa Giudice. Here’s a rundown of everything […]

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Why White Pine Bay, Oregon Was The Best Setting for Bates Motel

Though not its original setting, Bates Motel being set in the fictional town of White Pine Bay, Oregon made a lot of sense. Originally set in fictional Fairvale, California in both Robert Bloch’s novel, Psycho and Alfred Hitchcock’s film of the same name, the choice to switch settings might have seemed like an odd choice at first, but upon […]

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