The financial planning corporation, SignatureFD and SignaturePRO, whose purpose is to help empower athletes to live with purpose and confidence in their relationships and actions, has partnered up with the Ray of Hope Foundation for the event.
Longtime friends Brenkus and Lewis bonded over one common principle: sending positive energy to those in need. It all started one day when Brenkus asked Lewis to record a short encouraging video for a friend who was fighting stage 4 brain cancer. The very next day, a friend of Brenkus
Brenton Thwaites has been cast in the lead role of Nightwing on Warner Bros. Television and DC‘s upcoming series “Titans.” Thwaites has previously appeared in “The Giver,” “Maleficent,” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” Nightwing is the adult alter ego of Richard “Dick” Grayson, the original character to become Batman’s sidekick Robin. “Titans” will be a live-action dramatic take on the superhero team known as the Teen Titans. The series will air in 2018 and will be available exclusively through the upcoming DC-branded direct-to-consumer digital service operated by Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group. The executive producers for “Titans” are Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter.
The Oprah Winfrey Network has ordered more episodes of the docu-series “Black Love.” The
As The Evil Within 2‘s announced, we take a look at what happens when urban myths and legends collide with the realm of gaming...
Most people can cite at least a couple of urban legends or conspiracy theories. Paul McCartney isn't really Paul McCartney. A ghost haunts a single shot in the 80s comedy hit Three Men And A Baby. Blowing on Nintendo cartridges makes them work better.
With the advent of the internet, we might be forgiven for thinking that outlandish claims and tall tales would be chased away by the might of Google or a website like Snopes, where myth-busting facts are but a search term or click away. Instead, the web has allowed creepy stories and urban legends to travel more quickly than ever, as they’re copied and pasted in forums, emails and social media posts - hence the oft-used term 'creepypasta', used to describe these strange,
The second season of HBO’s “Ballers” ended with Dwayne Johnson’s character, Spencer Strasmore, checking into a facility to address the hip issue that had been bugging him all season long. By the looks of it, it seems like the operation was not a failure.
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No word on the lasting fate of the body of Spencer’s financial consultant associate Joe Krutel (Rob Corddry), whose unfortunate nipple piercing was another high (low? both?) point, last we saw these Miami football professionals. But if you think that any fresh appendages or an artificial ball-and-socket joint would keep this show from doing what it’s done for the last 20 episodes — show scantily clad women, impossibly talented athletes and unbelievable business expenditures, all within close proximity of the beach — think again.
New relationships are forming, or solidifying on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 8 Episode 12. Except for Kensi, who's inadvertently ruining hers with Deeks.
Before I cover all the personal drama, let's take a quick look at the case of the week, such as it was.
Sam got to dress up and go undercover at the same private-security firm where this week's victim worked. There was a hint of dirt, but no, a couple of the guys at the firm were helping out a misguided young man and one of them got killed for his troubles.
(Shoutout to Eddie George, the former All-Pro running back, who played one of Sam's security-firm co-workers and who may be the next ex-nfl player to make the transition to acting.)
Sam's contribution was to make an inspirational speech to keep the firm's boss from ruining his and his company's reputation.
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