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Gavin Jasper Jul 18, 2017
The giant among giants from the Mad Gear Gang makes his move from Final Fight to Street Fighter. See the gargantuan here...
At the Evolution Championship Series, right before breaking into the Street Fighter V tournament’s top 8, they revealed the next Street Fighter V Dlc character to be released. As we’re in the second season of the game, it’s been said that everyone outside of Akuma is someone who has yet to appear as playable in a Street Fighter game before. So far this has meant a background character from Street Fighter III and a kid who showed up in a Street Fighter IV ending. Now we get Abigail, the juggernaut boss from 1989’s Final Fight.
Abigail is practically »
For Catherine Hooper, recovering from the death of her fiancé, Andrew Madoff has gotten harder as time has passed, not easier.
“It’s been pretty awful,” Hooper 44, tells People. “It’s not to say that you don’t find your peace with it but it has been really, really difficult. Sometimes I think it’s harder even now than it was at the first early moments. It’s the reality of what life is like without this person. You built so many dreams with them. There are moments that it’s so painful that I can’t tell him something funny that has happened. »
- Nicole Weisensee Egan
Part of what makes the Guardians of the Galaxy films so great is not only the amazing soundtracks, but also the galactic superhero films' collection of hilarious, unique characters (Baby Groot, we're looking at you). On top of the usual suspects, the sequel features a few new faces. One of the most memorable is Mantis, played by French actress Pom Klementieff. Some of the movie's best moments are between the socially awkward empath, who's introduced as a employee of Ego the Living Planet (Kurt Russell), and Dave Bautista's brutally honest Drax. Wondering where you've seen her before? The 31-year-old actress is from Quebec, where she got her start on the silver screen in a few French-language projects like 2007's Après lui and the 2009 miniseries Pigalle, la nuit. She continued appearing in French films and TV shows until 2013, when she scored the role of Haeng-Bok in the 2013 remake of Old Boy (below). Since then, »
- Quinn Keaney
Mengering passed away on Tuesday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She often called into Letterman’s NBC show Late Night as “Dave’s Mom,” but she made her first on-camera splash in 1994, serving as the Late Show‘s “correspondent” to the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. Her TV visits with her son were so popular — she interviewed Nancy Kerrigan and Hillary Clinton during her Lillehammer stint — that she returned to the show as a correspondent for »
In this Week’s Episode of Lethal Weapon: When a high school football star’s cousin is shot and killed, Riggs and Murtaugh catch the case. While attending a college party, a high school football star named Jesse Raines gets into an altercation. After him and his cousin Steven leave the party they are shot at and Steven is killed and Jesse is injured ending his football career. Meanwhile, after spending the night with Agent Palmer, Riggs wakes up to a knock on the door from hotel Room Service with food Agent Palmer ordered for him. When the waiter accidentally mistakes Agent
Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 16 Review: “Unnecessary Roughness” »
- Destiny Stephens
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