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Following a period of scheduled maintenance, Battlefield 1‘s huge November update is now live across all platforms, and it appears Dice has zeroed in on many of the issues and concerns raised by the shooter’s community. Yes, those pesky AA guns and mortars have now been nerfed.
Clocking in at 1.9Gb across PlayStation 4 and Xbox One – PC owners, by comparison, will be required to free up 1.6Gb of space – you can find the full, exhaustive list of tweaks and changes embedded below. Dice promised to ring the changes as the fall season drew to a close and for all intents and purposes, the developer has left no stone unturned.
Elsewhere, based on the number of daily active users, we know that Battlefield 1 will go down as the biggest launch in Dice’s history, easily eclipsing both Star Wars Battlefront »
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During the WonderCon panel for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows back in March, it was revealed that Portlandia star/creator Fred Armisen would provide the voice of the iconic villain Krang. The casting took many by surprise, but it turns out that we won't be hearing Fred Armisen voicing Krang after all, when the sequel opens on June 3. A new report reveals that Brad Garrett has stepped in to replace Fred Armisen as the fan-favorite character.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Fred Armisen's casting was never officially confirmed, and he ended up dropping out over scheduling conflicts. It isn't known if the voice actor dropped out recently, or if Brad Garrett has already begun voice work for the sequel, which hits theaters in just a few short weeks. The casting switch may explain why we haven't heard Krang speak yet, even though he has been seen in recent trailers. »
Who are the funniest, wackiest, cleverest, wittiest comic actors in the history of film and television? Take a look at our list and see who we came up with.
The top 25 laugh-getters…
#25…George Carlin: Probably the best stand-up comedian of all-time. He brilliantly satirized American culture, mixing his liberal social commentary with an often unapologetically coarse and dirty style of language. His penchant for obscenities was most evident in his trademark routine “Seven words you can never say on television”. No one was better at mocking the excesses of American culture than Carlin.
#24…Robin Williams: He had a manic energy and great improvisational skills. His hyper, free-form style inspired many comedians to follow, such as Jim Carrey. He shot to fame in the TV series Mork & Mindy, before breaking away to very successful movie career, appearing in films like Good Morning Vietnam, The World According to Garp, Mrs. Doubtfire and Popeye. »
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