Month: March 2021

In a major deal valued at roughly $450 million, Netflix has acquired the rights to Knives Out 2 and Knives Out 3, which will be written and directed by Rian Johnson. Daniel Craig will reprise his role as Southern-fried detective Benoit Blanc, who will be investigating new mysteries on the streaming service. Distributed by Lionsgate, the
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Ahmed Best confirmed on Twitter he will not be returning as Jar-Jar Binks in the new Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi. Disney recently confirmed a lot of returning faces in the cast, which led some Star Wars fans to speculate about the return of the character. However, Best is definitely not involved, which probably means his old character isn’t either. Best congratulated the
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With the reopening of Disneyland and Disney California less than a month away, preparations are underway to welcome guests back. In a wide-ranging announcement covering everything from a new dill pickle corn dog to cereal flavors of ice cream at Salt & Straw, Disney also revealed that Blue Bayou Restaurant will soon serve alcohol. In
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Another day, another shuffle. The latest major film to depart its original release date is Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the upcoming reboot of the action-horror franchise based on the video game series, which moves from September 3 to November 24, 2021. It’s not a huge change, but it does move the film firmly
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  Rise of the Gnomes Giveaway!   Enter to win below. I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with August Games , creator of the new game Rise of the Gnomes which is live on Kickstarter through Fri, April 30 2021. One Winner will receive  a copy of Rise of the Gnomes (Base Game) Prize value total is Approximately $70 USD +
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March 31, 201 — Are coronavirus variants behind the recent jump in COVID-19 cases in states such as Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, and New York? Does the relaxation of public health protection measures play a role as well? It depends on who you ask. Anthony Fauci, MD, cautioned that the recent rise in cases could
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The Basics | History | Carb Allowances | Benefits | Cons | How to Coach | Food List Many of us know at least one person—if not several—who swear by keto. We also know plenty who’ve said “it was awful.” Which makes it sound a lot like… ALL DIETS. So here’s the only question that matters:
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American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, OrthoInfo: “Articular Cartilage Restoration.” Arthritis Foundation: “Are Collagen Supplements Helpful for Arthritis?” Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine: “Beneficial effects of food supplements based on hydrolyzed collagen for skin care (Review).” Grandview Research: “Collagen Market Growth & Trends.” Harvard Medical School: “Do retinoids really reduce wrinkles?” Molecular Cell Biology: “Collagen: The Fibrous
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WEDNESDAY, March 31, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Black, Hispanic, and Native American people are significantly underrepresented in U.S. health professions, with little indication that diversity will improve, a new study says. In 2019, Black people made up about 12.1% of the U.S. workforce, but their representation in 10 health professions studied ranged from 3.3% for physical therapists
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