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20 May 19
BovaryCee♋️

Ollie Carter just turned four years old. During his four years, we’ve seen very little of him. In fact, it was only recently that Mick and Linda Carter’s (Danny Dyer and Kellie Bright) youngest son has appeared on screen multiple times. When he hasn’t appeared, we’ve heard hints about his behavior from Linda. She talked […]

20 May 19
The Sports Daily

And that time would be now. “Voluntary” only really applies to veterans with super credentials or high draft picks with huge ball skills (pun intended)…. Anyone else better show up for voluntary OTAs…the alternative is getting shoved down the depth chart to the possible point of no return. The guys who get the most reps […]

19 May 19
TGEMM blog

This week was Mental Health Awareness week in the UK. Here is a short article on the power of music and movies in helping mental wellbeing. Awareness of Mental Health issues is now increasing worldwide (about time) and while I’m not fully qualified to talk about all the issues, I felt the urge to write […]

19 May 19
Notorious Rambler

Here’s my review of NCIS Los Angeles season ten episode “The Guardian.” Please note that this isn’t a recap of what happens. I’m assuming that you’ve already seen the episode. There are spoilers in this review. When you have a two-part episode in a procedural series, that usually means the story was too big to fit […]

19 May 19
The Avocado

Supergirl 4×21: “Red Dawn” and Legends of Tomorrow 4×15: “Terms of Service” reviews This week in This Week In The Arrowverse, I won’t be covering the whole week in the Arrowverse. I’ve decided to delay my reviews of Arrow and The Flash’s season finales until next week, when I’ll be able to review the season […]

19 May 19
Movie Reviews 101

Director: John Boorman Writer: William Goodhart (Screenplay) Starring: Linda Blair, Richard Burton, Louise Fletcher, Max von Sydow, Kitty Winn, Paul Henreid, James Earl Jones, Ned Beatty   Plot: A teenage girl once possessed by a demon finds that it still lurks within her. Meanwhile, a priest investigates the death of the girl’s exorcist. Tagline – […]

19 May 19
Prep Soccer Report

CornerKICKS – Joe Trost, columnist It’s an ongoing issue within the public education “kingdom” that only seems to get worse with each passing year, the same two-step dance and phony playbook script with no common-sense end in sight. When it comes to public tax dollars which public administrators are paid from – including many inflated […]

19 May 19
A Cozy Living

“Sometimes your life changes so slowly and imperceptibly that you don’t notice it at all until one day you wake up and think, ‘How did I get here?’ But other times, life changes in an instant with a lightning stroke of good or bad luck with glorious or tragic consequences.” – Liane Moriarty

19 May 19
Ghosts of the Stratosphere

Hi kids! Last year, I was scouring a local comic convention and came across a Spider-man collection that I hadn’t seen before. Usually, I’m pretty up on my Spidey stories, so I picked it up to discover that this collection was actually a run of classic early issues and a miniseries from the early aughts […]

19 May 19
Gary Strachan - "Write" Said Fred

Today’s narrative is the 1,500th I’ve written since embarking on this literary odyssey in March 2015. The spring day I setup my website writesaidfred.org, leading me on a locutionary path of cathartic reflection, self-esteem reconstruction and acquiring awareness I’d completely undersold my capabilities for almost half a century. I’m angry with myself for the decades […]

19 May 19
onecreativescientist

I have written a number of times before about the trips I take with all three of my siblings that we refer to as SibSab (Sibling Sabbatical), as well as the trips I take with just my brother, which we call our BroGo (Brothers Going Places). Now I get to share another type of trip with […]

19 May 19
The Siasat Daily

Mumbai: Actor Mohit Malik, who has taken a break from playing the sensitive and compassionate character Sikander in the TV show “Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala”, says the decision to make him play a double role was not an impulsive call but a creative one. “Playing a 10-year-old does come with its fair share of challenges but […]

19 May 19
The Irish Sun
GAME Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has confessed that the imminent finale will upset some fans of the fantasy drama – but the ending is “very satisfying” for her character Sansa Stark. The 23-year-old actress also confessed that playing the flame-haired Lady of Winterfell for the past decade has given her an “identity crisis” as she struggled to work out who she is away from her Westeros alter ego. Sophie has spoken out ahead of the imminent finale Speaking to The Sunday Times Magazine, Sophie admitted that she feels “relief” that the show is finally coming to an end, with the epic conclusion set to air in the early hours tomorrow morning. She said: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying. But I think a lot of people will be upset too.” Discussing how the series has affected her personally, the star continued: “I’ve had a bit of an identity crisis to be honest, I’ve grown up for so many years as this character “If I wasn’t filming, I was promoting it, if I wasn’t promoting it then it was on TV. “I was immersed in Sansa, so finally stepping out of it, I don’t actually know what I like to do or who I really am.” The star admitted that playing Sansa for a decade gave her ‘an identity crisis’ Sophie doesn’t know who she is away from her Westeros alter ego Sophie previously opened up about the impact shooting to fame at the age of 13 had on her mental health, speaking candidly about her depression and body image battle in the past. Going on to discuss the upcoming finale, the beauty teased fans as she explained: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying.” She went on to add: “But I think a lot of people will be upset too.” The comment comes after almost one million outraged viewers signed a petition to demand showrunners remake season eight after being left disappointed with last week’s episode of the show. Sophie teased that the finale is ‘very satisfying’ for Sansa Fans were unimpressed by the penultimate episode, which saw years of foreshadowing come to a head as Daenerys Targaryen became the ‘Mad Queen’ and murdered thousands of innocent people. Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Sophie’s onscreen brother Bran Stark, slammed the “absurd” backlash earlier this week, fuming: “It’s ridiculous that people think they can just demand a different ending because they don’t like it. I have stupidly taken it quite personally, which obviously I shouldn’t.” The star went on to reveal that he was a huge fan of the series’ conclusion – and that Daenerys’ downfall had been well-documented in earlier seasons. He continued to The Hollywood Reporter: “In my opinion, it’s a great ending. Some fans have demanded that season eight gets remade after being left unhappy with the storyline Years of foreshadowing came to a head this week and Dany went full ‘Mad Queen’ “People have complained there wasn’t enough foreshadowing but time upon time, she’s demonstrated a capacity to be quite brutal. “I don’t think it’s some plot twist to be shocking for the sake of shocking. I think it’s a genuine character development.” Isaac’s comments come after Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey Worm, also shared his view on the petition – dubbing the criticism “insulting” to the hardworking cast and crew. Although thousands of fans have been vocal in their disappointment in the final series, many others have heaped praise on the show’s latest episodes. [bc_video video_id=”6035865050001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trailer for the last episode of the final season of Game of Thrones shows Tyrion Lannister looking at King’s Landing in horror”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Game of Thrones has always been hugely divisive with its unprecedented plot twists and treatment of fan-favourite characters, with the first major shock occurring in the ninth ever episode when much-loved protagonist Ned Stark was mercilessly beheaded. Since then, showrunners have proved time and again that anything is possible in Westeros, with episodes such as The Red Wedding and The Battle of the Bastards also dividing viewers. The entire show will reach its epic conclusion in mere hours, and with everything to play for it is no doubt set to be both loved and loathed in equal measures by its millions of viewers across the globe. Game of Thrones’ finale will premiere on Sky Atlantic and Now TV at 2am on Monday 20th May to match the US air time. It will be available to stream all day and will be broadcast again at 9pm on Sky Atlantic. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
19 May 19
The Scottish Sun
GAME Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has confessed that the imminent finale will upset some fans of the fantasy drama – but the ending is “very satisfying” for her character Sansa Stark. The 23-year-old actress also confessed that playing the flame-haired Lady of Winterfell for the past decade has given her an “identity crisis” as she struggled to work out who she is away from her Westeros alter ego. Sophie has spoken out ahead of the imminent finale Speaking to The Sunday Times Magazine, Sophie admitted that she feels “relief” that the show is finally coming to an end, with the epic conclusion set to air in the early hours tomorrow morning. She said: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying. But I think a lot of people will be upset too.” Discussing how the series has affected her personally, the star continued: “I’ve had a bit of an identity crisis to be honest, I’ve grown up for so many years as this character “If I wasn’t filming, I was promoting it, if I wasn’t promoting it then it was on TV. “I was immersed in Sansa, so finally stepping out of it, I don’t actually know what I like to do or who I really am.” The star admitted that playing Sansa for a decade gave her ‘an identity crisis’ Sophie doesn’t know who she is away from her Westeros alter ego Sophie previously opened up about the impact shooting to fame at the age of 13 had on her mental health, speaking candidly about her depression and body image battle in the past. Going on to discuss the upcoming finale, the beauty teased fans as she explained: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying.” She went on to add: “But I think a lot of people will be upset too.” The comment comes after almost one million outraged viewers signed a petition to demand showrunners remake season eight after being left disappointed with last week’s episode of the show. Sophie teased that the finale is ‘very satisfying’ for Sansa Fans were unimpressed by the penultimate episode, which saw years of foreshadowing come to a head as Daenerys Targaryen became the ‘Mad Queen’ and murdered thousands of innocent people. Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Sophie’s onscreen brother Bran Stark, slammed the “absurd” backlash earlier this week, fuming: “It’s ridiculous that people think they can just demand a different ending because they don’t like it. I have stupidly taken it quite personally, which obviously I shouldn’t.” The star went on to reveal that he was a huge fan of the series’ conclusion – and that Daenerys’ downfall had been well-documented in earlier seasons. He continued to The Hollywood Reporter: “In my opinion, it’s a great ending. Some fans have demanded that season eight gets remade after being left unhappy with the storyline Years of foreshadowing came to a head this week and Dany went full ‘Mad Queen’ “People have complained there wasn’t enough foreshadowing but time upon time, she’s demonstrated a capacity to be quite brutal. “I don’t think it’s some plot twist to be shocking for the sake of shocking. I think it’s a genuine character development.” Isaac’s comments come after Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey Worm, also shared his view on the petition – dubbing the criticism “insulting” to the hardworking cast and crew. Although thousands of fans have been vocal in their disappointment in the final series, many others have heaped praise on the show’s latest episodes. [bc_video video_id=”6035865050001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trailer for the last episode of the final season of Game of Thrones shows Tyrion Lannister looking at King’s Landing in horror”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Game of Thrones has always been hugely divisive with its unprecedented plot twists and treatment of fan-favourite characters, with the first major shock occurring in the ninth ever episode when much-loved protagonist Ned Stark was mercilessly beheaded. Since then, showrunners have proved time and again that anything is possible in Westeros, with episodes such as The Red Wedding and The Battle of the Bastards also dividing viewers. The entire show will reach its epic conclusion in mere hours, and with everything to play for it is no doubt set to be both loved and loathed in equal measures by its millions of viewers across the globe. Game of Thrones’ finale will premiere on Sky Atlantic and Now TV at 2am on Monday 20th May to match the US air time. It will be available to stream all day and will be broadcast again at 9pm on Sky Atlantic. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
19 May 19
The Sun
GAME Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has confessed that the imminent finale will upset some fans of the fantasy drama – but the ending is “very satisfying” for her character Sansa Stark. The 23-year-old actress also confessed that playing the flame-haired Lady of Winterfell for the past decade has given her an “identity crisis” as she struggled to work out who she is away from her Westeros alter ego. Sophie has spoken out ahead of the imminent finale Speaking to The Sunday Times Magazine, Sophie admitted that she feels “relief” that the show is finally coming to an end, with the epic conclusion set to air in the early hours tomorrow morning. She said: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying. But I think a lot of people will be upset too.” Discussing how the series has affected her personally, the star continued: “I’ve had a bit of an identity crisis to be honest, I’ve grown up for so many years as this character “If I wasn’t filming, I was promoting it, if I wasn’t promoting it then it was on TV. “I was immersed in Sansa, so finally stepping out of it, I don’t actually know what I like to do or who I really am.” The star admitted that playing Sansa for a decade gave her ‘an identity crisis’ Sophie doesn’t know who she is away from her Westeros alter ego Sophie previously opened up about the impact shooting to fame at the age of 13 had on her mental health, speaking candidly about her depression and body image battle in the past. Going on to discuss the upcoming finale, the beauty teased fans as she explained: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying.” She went on to add: “But I think a lot of people will be upset too.” The comment comes after almost one million outraged viewers signed a petition to demand showrunners remake season eight after being left disappointed with last week’s episode of the show. Sophie teased that the finale is ‘very satisfying’ for Sansa Fans were unimpressed by the penultimate episode, which saw years of foreshadowing come to a head as Daenerys Targaryen became the ‘Mad Queen’ and murdered thousands of innocent people. Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Sophie’s onscreen brother Bran Stark, slammed the “absurd” backlash earlier this week, fuming: “It’s ridiculous that people think they can just demand a different ending because they don’t like it. I have stupidly taken it quite personally, which obviously I shouldn’t.” The star went on to reveal that he was a huge fan of the series’ conclusion – and that Daenerys’ downfall had been well-documented in earlier seasons. He continued to The Hollywood Reporter: “In my opinion, it’s a great ending. Some fans have demanded that season eight gets remade after being left unhappy with the storyline Years of foreshadowing came to a head this week and Dany went full ‘Mad Queen’ “People have complained there wasn’t enough foreshadowing but time upon time, she’s demonstrated a capacity to be quite brutal. “I don’t think it’s some plot twist to be shocking for the sake of shocking. I think it’s a genuine character development.” Isaac’s comments come after Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey Worm, also shared his view on the petition – dubbing the criticism “insulting” to the hardworking cast and crew. Although thousands of fans have been vocal in their disappointment in the final series, many others have heaped praise on the show’s latest episodes. [bc_video video_id=”6035865050001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trailer for the last episode of the final season of Game of Thrones shows Tyrion Lannister looking at King’s Landing in horror”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Game of Thrones has always been hugely divisive with its unprecedented plot twists and treatment of fan-favourite characters, with the first major shock occurring in the ninth ever episode when much-loved protagonist Ned Stark was mercilessly beheaded. Since then, showrunners have proved time and again that anything is possible in Westeros, with episodes such as The Red Wedding and The Battle of the Bastards also dividing viewers. The entire show will reach its epic conclusion in mere hours, and with everything to play for it is no doubt set to be both loved and loathed in equal measures by its millions of viewers across the globe. Game of Thrones’ finale will premiere on Sky Atlantic and Now TV at 2am on Monday 20th May to match the US air time. It will be available to stream all day and will be broadcast again at 9pm on Sky Atlantic. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
19 May 19
Social News XYZ

Mumbai, May 19 (IANS) Actor Mohit Malik, who has taken a break from playing the sensitive and compassionate character Sikander in the TV show “Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala”, says the decision to make him play a double role was not an impulsive call but a creative one. “Playing a 10-year-old does come with its fair share […]

19 May 19
LOCAL LESBIAN

Game of Thrones ends today. After years and billions of dollars and numerous deaths, the hit HBO series is coming to an end. If you’ve been on the internet at all recently, this would hardly be a surprise to you – either you watched the show or your feeds were spammed with people angry about […]