A detective with no memory, no identity and no manners. A femme fatale seeking escape from a powerful crime lord. A voodoo queen with a penchant for mixtapes and hi-tops. A goat-eating TV… Welcome to Dedande City, where good people check under their beds at night and reality is never quite what it seems.
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As most of the MMA-loving world knows by this point, Ronda Rousey lost her title to Holly Holm last night in a stunning knockout upset. Even more stunning? She might’ve predicted the way it was going to happen during her last appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.
The very confident champion talks about her opponent in the clip above, calling her a “nice chick that’s going to lose” before going into detail about why this was going to be a longer fight and is known for her “head kick knockouts.” Then she talks about what she expects in the fight:
I feel like she’s going to try and like keep distance, and keep far away from me, and get me frustrated, and to a point that I’ll make a mistake and she can try and kick me in the head. But it’s not going to go like…
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The gaming industry is getting bigger and bigger and as it grows, so too does its calendar of trade show events. With EGX increasing in popularity every year perhaps it’s time to wonder whether the UK’s biggest gaming expo could be about to break into to the gaming mainstream.
EGX started in 2008 and has gone from strength to strength in the years since, in its first year the show was attended by 4000 people. This year the show was attended by 75,000 people. The huge increase in attendance has been matched by support from developers, both triple a and indie alike. This year the show floor saw a huge list of playable games, as well as sessions from major developers and appearances from video game personalities. This, more than ever, is a sign that the gaming industry is paying attention to and wants to be a part of EGX.
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Earlier this week, it was reported that Wonder Woman producer Geoff Johns had arrived in the U.K., along with set photographer Clay Enos, sparking speculation that production has already begun on Warner Bros.’ highly-anticipated superhero adaptation. Gal Gadot also shared a photo from one of her workout sessions, which also hinted that principal photography has either started, or will commence very soon. Collider recently spoke with producer Charles Roven, who confirmed that production will start on Wonder Woman at the end of this month in both the U.K. and Italy, with Justice League Part 1 set to start filming in the U.K. early next year.
“We’re actually gonna start shooting [Wonder Woman] towards the end of [November]… We are shooting in the U.K. and in Italy. We’re making most of Wonder Woman [in the U.K.] and we’re also making most of Justice League there, JL One… We’re definitely gonna be shooting…
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