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10 Dark Secrets About Shark Tank’s Investors

The investors on Shark Tank have become celebrities in their own right after their appearances on this reality show where people make a bid for investment in their fledgling companies. The ‘Sharks’, as they are commonly known, are all successful in a variety of business fields and have the skills, knowledge, and experience to support entrepreneurs in making a success of their ventures. However, things have not always run smoothly in life for the ‘Sharks’ and many of them have dark secrets. Here are ten of the dark secrets of the ‘Shark Tank’ investors. 10. Mattel Lost Millions Because of

10 Dark Secrets About Shark Tank’s Investors
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Five Dark Secrets that Disney Movies Are Hiding From Us

People have been finding dark and disturbing details in Disney movies for decades and decades. Sometimes, this is because what was once acceptable has become less so because of the changing times. Other times, this is because not all Disney movies live up to the perfectly clean and family-friendly reputation of the brand. Regardless, there is a lot of Disney material, meaning that there are a lot of dark and disturbing details buried within them. Here are five examples of the dark secrets that can be found in Disney movies: Broken Furniture The Beast’s part of the castle in Beauty

Five Dark Secrets that Disney Movies Are Hiding From Us
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Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 11 Review: Playtime

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What does it mean when the board game was the scene stealer?

On Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 11, the liars discover that A.D. is still at large, and they aren't any safer than they thought they were. Now they are trying to move on while the chaos from Season 7 Episode 10 is still haunting them along with a brand new board game.

I have to say, this new twist from A.D. might save the conclusion of the show because the stakes didn't seem that big for a while.

This might just be me, but A.D. could be anyone, so this new form of torturing the liars brings it a full circle as to why I started watching to begin with. 

This board game is actually very elaborate, hiding a lot inside, and it's hauntingly perceptive. It might be weird to care this much about a game, but that might be their downfall,
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7 Reasons Betty Is the Murderer on Riverdale

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Betty Cooper is not to be trusted. During our short time with her on Riverdale, we've clocked her borderline obsession with Archie Andrews, her infamously "crazy" family, and her role as the resident good girl. It's clear that nothing is as it seems in the small town; secrets beget secrets, and crime and discord lurk constantly in the shadows. Oh, and Jason Blossom, one of the most popular students at Riverdale High, is dead. We have plenty of murder suspects to keep us busy, but I'm not fooled by one of the most innocent-seeming characters in the bunch. You guessed it: I think Betty Cooper is our cold-blooded killer, and I have more than a few reasons to help explain it. 1. She Has a Motive By now, it's no secret that Betty has a vendetta against Jason Blossom. She believes he's the reason her sister, Polly, landed in the mental hospital.
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Powerless Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Wayne Dream Team

  • TVfanatic
Things aren't as boring in the office as one would think, especially when there's no internet to distract yourself with.

Trying to be both a boss and a friend never ends well because there's always something that prevents that from actually working out.

On Powerless Season 1 Episode 2, Emily learns the hard way that she can't both motivate her team to work and be their friend once the work day is done. Van also learns a lesson about memes and how quickly they can spread.

The office setting is establishing itself well, following different conflicts from within. The one thing that could get more attention is the invention part of their job.

Now, Emily could have been too positive of a presence, but I actually look forward to her scenes. She's upbeat and inspiring yet it's not in a very annoying way.

Usually peppy characters border on horrible because they are forced so hard on us,
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Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 8 Review: Blitzkrieg

  • TVfanatic
Wow, the Ghost Riders took quite a few people this go around.

On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 8, basically everyone outside of the main pack, Liam, Noah, and Theo are gone. Yup, even Peter got taken again, but surprisingly he sacrificed himself for Malia. His fatherly instincts kicked in just in the nick of time.

We lost a lost of important and beloved characters to the Ghost Riders, and it was super anticlimactic. Aside from Liam and Hayden's goodbye, which went on a bit too long, everyone else was just gone in an instant, almost.

Now maybe nothing was a bit to do because we know that the people the Ghost Riders take are still alive, but it was still a little disappointing to see everyone go out the way they did.

At this rate, the pack better start bringing people back from the Ghost Rider train station fast, otherwise everyone
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Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 7 Review: Heartless

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Theo or Peter? We know it's lose-lose. 

On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 7, Theo's return did not get joyous applause from Scott and Malia, thankfully.

Malia reacted violently, as was expected, while Scott tried to get Liam to see the error in his ways.

If Scott and/or Malia did not immediately object to Theo's return, it would not have felt right.

Theo coming back is not something that can be shrugged off because Theo hurt the pack badly. He almost tore them apart.

Sure, Theo remembering Stiles was enough to convince Liam and Hayden, but Theo did not hurt them the way he hurt Malia and Scott.

Those two could not care less about Theo remembering Stiles because, hey, a lot of people remembered him now. Keep up, Theo.

If Liam resurrected Theo (for some reason) right after Stiles was taken before anyone remembered him, then Theo remembering Stiles would
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The Charnel House’s New Official Trailer Reveals an Apartment Complex’s Dark Secrets

  • ShockYa
The Charnel House’s New Official Trailer Reveals an Apartment Complex’s Dark Secrets
The most well-intentioned actions can sometimes lead to the most dire and harrowing consequences for everyone connected to those acts. The Reaves family learns that all-too-important lesson the hard way in the new thriller, ‘The Charnel House,’ as their new apartment is threatening to tear their connections apart. The family’s growing struggles are documented in the film’s newly released trailer. ‘The Charnel House’ is set to be distributed in theaters and on VOD on November 4 by Freestyle Digital Media. The drama was directed by Craig Moss, and written by Chad Israel and Emanuel Isler. The thriller stars Callum Blue, Nadine Velazquez and Makenzie Moss as the Reaves family. The [ Read More ]

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Trump - 'The Grand Experiment" (Video)

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The Grand Experiment

He said I alone can solve it all:

The Mexicans will take the fall,Rapists and murderers one and all. I'll keep them out with a beautiful wall.

He claimed Muslims on the Jersey ShoreCheered 9/11 with a roar.So he proposed to even the scoreBy turning away refugees from our door.

He picked off his rivals one by oneWith insults from his verbal gun.A playground bully in his roots;Now some of the vanquished lick his boots.

Party leaders professed surprise;But said not a word as they saw him rise.Their fifty-year history brought us here:Filled with whispered expletives like nigger, and queer.

They acted as if they didn't knowThat his campaign was a toxic showAnd didn't believe he’d continue to crowWhile eager crowds watched, faces aglow.

Now their surprise has turned to dismay,But the leaders still have little to say.
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John Oliver Wants Bread Pants: ‘How Is This Not a Thing?’ (Video)

  • The Wrap
John Oliver Wants Bread Pants: ‘How Is This Not a Thing?’ (Video)
“Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver would like to know why bread pants are not a thing. Oliver was off for Memorial Day weekend on Sunday, but helped online fans cope with a short video segment posted on YouTube. Tweaking his normal segment, “How Is This Still a Thing?” Oliver debuted the brand-new feature, “How Is This Not a Thing?” “While there are many things in this world that should no longer be things, there are also many non-things that should absolutely be thingified,” he explained. Also Read: Jennifer Lawrence, John Oliver Confess Dark Secrets to Jimmy Fallon on 'Tonight Show' (Video) Among.
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March 29th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The City Of The Dead, Cherry Falls, Frightmare

  • DailyDead
March’s home entertainment releases are ending on a quiet note, as we’ve only six titles arriving on Blu-ray and DVD this Tuesday. Scream Factory has their Cherry Falls and Murders in the Rue Morgue / The Dunwich Horror double feature Blus for you guys to look forward to, and Vinegar Syndrome is keeping quite busy themselves with three different releases: Frightmare, Pigs, and their Revenge of the Virgins / Teenage Zombies double feature. Last but certainly not least, the Christopher Lee cult classic The City of the Dead is also getting the HD treatment on March 29th as well.

Cherry Falls (Scream Factory, Blu-ray)

A fiendish take on the teen thriller genre, where there’s a method to a killer’s madness, and only one naughty way to insure you’re not the next victim in the town of Cherry Falls. Dark secrets, darker motivations, and the blackest
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Watch: Tom Hiddleston is a Destructive Hank Williams in 'I Saw the Light' Trailer

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Watch: Tom Hiddleston is a Destructive Hank Williams in 'I Saw the Light' Trailer
Read More: How Guillermo del Toro and the Dark Secrets of 'Crimson Peak' Intoxicated Tom Hiddleston Negative reviews may have pushed back "I Saw the Light" from its awards-friendly November release date to March 25, 2016, but they aren't stopping Sony Pictures Classics from putting together a well-edited and emotionally effective debut trailer.  Starring Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen, "I Saw the Light" is a biopic centered around country superstar Hank Williams, one of the most prolific songwriters of all time, who rose to fame and died at the age of 29 after years of substance abuse. The film marks the second feature from director Marc Abraham and features Hiddleston performing all of his own musical numbers. The actor learned how to play the guitar exclusively for the role.  Watch the "I Saw the Light" trailer below, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.    Read More: Watch: Tom Hiddleston Sings His Heart Out as Hank.
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Video Game Review – Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Kris Wall reviews Wolfenstein: The Old Blood…

Wolfenstein has long been considered ‘The Godfather’ of the first person shooter genre, the one which started it all, without which there would be no Battlefield, no Halo and no Call of Duty, a bold and lofty claim but not one without evidence and merit. 2001’s Return to Castle Wolfenstein is revered as the highpoint of the Wolfenstein franchise, personally it’s still my favourite shooter of all time and a regular mainstay in my all time top 10. It’s a brilliant bullet strewn quest through an alternate history gone wrong with lashings of gore, great levels and some excellent weapons,all put through a glorious B-movie blender.

Post Rtcw, the series floundered, struggling to recapture that magic until Machine Games released The New Order last year, a game which had a clear love and understanding of its legacy while confidently carving out its own path and vision.
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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Gets Launch Trailer

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Check out the launch trailer for Wolfenstein: The Old Blood!

The trailer sticks to the classic horror movie style and has some humor mixed in, while also blowing a lot of Nazi's up! The game released today digitally and is a stand alone addition to The New Order. In otherwords you can buy if even if you don't own the full original game!

It comes in at $19.99 and is on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.

About the game:

"The year is 1946 and the Nazis are on the brink of winning World War II. In an effort to turn the tide in the Allies’ favor, B.J. Blazkowicz must embark on an epic, two-part mission deep within Bavaria. Part one of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood - Rudi Jäger and the Den of Wolves - pits Bj Blazkowicz against a maniacal prison warden as he breaks into Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to
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The Joker To Be Explored On "Gotham" S2

With Fox's "Gotham" having aired its season finale last night, show runner Bruno Heller has spoken about the fallout and what we can expect to see in the second season.

The final scene sees Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) discovering a hidden passageway in Wayne Manor, however it's not the Batcave. Heller tells The Live Feed: "It's a fireplace that moves sideways and goes downstairs. It's not the Bat-Cave, because the Bat-Cave only comes into existence when Bruce Wayne decides to become Batman. Call it his father's office."

Heller said what Bruce finds in that office will have a big impact on the first part of the show's second season: "It's very much a visualization of one's parents' secret lives, their past, when you're a kid that age. When you're so young, the idea that your father and mother had hopes and dreams and secrets of their own. That's what that staircase leads to.
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10 Games We’re Anticipating in 2015

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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

(Xbox One, PS4, PC)

This first person shooter releases May 5 and is one of the most exciting in the genre for 2015. “Wolfenstein” is a longstanding franchise so we know it will be worth playing not to mention “The Old Blood” is a standalone prequel to a previous release and critically acclaimed game in the series, “The New Order.”

“It is the year is 1946 and the Nazis are on the brink of winning World War II. In an effort to turn the tide in the Allies’ favor, B.J. Blazkowicz must embark on an epic, two-part mission deep within Bavaria. Part one of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Rudi Jäger and the Den of Wolves – pits Bj Blazkowicz against a maniacal prison warden as he breaks into Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to steal the coordinates to General Deathshead’s compound. In part two – The Dark Secrets of
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Bloodline Video: Meet Kyle Chandler's Dysfunctional New TV Family

Bloodline Video: Meet Kyle Chandler's Dysfunctional New TV Family
The Taylors they’re not.

In Netflix’s twisty new 13-episode thriller Bloodline (available March 20), Friday Night LightsKyle Chandler plays a member of the Florida-based Rayburn clan, a contemporary American family harboring dark secrets, a shameful past and some seriously lousy communication skills.

VideosNetflix’s Bloodline Trailer Reveals the Dark Secrets of the Rayburn Family

In the exclusive behind-the-scenes video above, Chandler and his Bloodlines colleagues (including onscreen siblings Linda Cardellini, Ben Mendelsohn and Norbert Leo Butz) introduce their characters and tease a certain “cataclysmic event” that may or may not involve a dead body in a car trunk.
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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Is The New Order’s Standalone Prequel

Fans of Wolfenstein: The New Order have something to cheer about, as Bethesda Softworks and MachineGames have confirmed that a standalone prequel is in development. Referred to as Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, it’s expected to launch (digitally) on May 5th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

Announced in conjunction with the release of its first trailer, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood plans to take us back to 1946 and show us how that year unfolded in the series’ alternate timeline, wherein the Nazis are close to winning the Second World War.

Here’s what Bethesda has to say about it:

The year is 1946 and the Nazis are on the brink of winning World War II. In an effort to turn the tide in the Allies’ favor, B.J. Blazkowicz must embark on an epic, two-part mission deep within Bavaria. Part one of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Rudi Jäger and the
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Wolfenstein Getting Stand Alone Prequel Titled The Old Blood

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Wolfenstein was a personal choice for game of the year last year, and one thing I always stated was that I hope it gets more. Well it is, and you can play it in a few months. Find out more after the jump!

The game is a prequel to The New Order and you still get to play as the classic B.J. Blazkowicz as he travels deep within Baveria. The game is divided into two parts. The first part is udi Jäger and the Den of Wolves and it sets Bj up against a psycho prison warden and he tries to discover some secrets.

The second part is called The Dark Secrets of Helga Von Schabbs and it sets Bj up against something new. He ventures into the city "where an obsessed Nazi archaeologist is exhuming mysterious artifacts that threaten to unleash a dark and ancient power."

Bethesda Softworks,
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Pee-wee's Big Holiday Coming to Netflix — With Judd Apatow Producing

Pee-wee's Big Holiday Coming to Netflix — With Judd Apatow Producing
Here’s a little news to make your inner child go “Weeeeee.”

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s teaming up with Paul Reubens and producer Judd Apatow for Pee-wee’s Big Holiday — the latest in the quirky character’s series of films.

RelatedNetflix’s Bloodline Trailer Reveals the Dark Secrets of the Rayburn Family

In Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, “a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny,” according to the streaming service.

The script was written by Reubens and Paul Rust (Comedy Bang! Bang!, Arrested Development
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