Recently Marvel Comics published Critics Reaction video on YouTube for Incoming! Every critic appreciate the comic, loved by all of them, and suggested to buy this. It is available is digitally you can check here.
ONE WILL UNITE THEM! A mysterious murder brings together the heroes of the Marvel Universe in the search for a killer – but no one can imagine where the trail will lead, or how it will affect everything in 2020 and beyond! Who is the victim and who is the assailant? The closing chapter to MARVEL’s 80th year, which will connect the dots of everything that happened in 2019 and propel the narrative into the year that is to come! Featuring the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Daredevil, Spider-Man, the Champions, the Agents of Atlas, Valkyrie, the Immortal Hulk, Jessica Jones, Venom, Ghost Rider, the Masked Raider and more!
The Streets share new documentary on upcoming mixtape with Tame Impala, IDLES, Slowthai and more
The Streets have shared a new documentary on the making of their upcoming mixtape – watch it in full below.
The 20-minute film features footage of the creation of new collaboration-based tape ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’, which comes out in July.
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‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’ comes out on July 10, and is The Streets’ first full-length project since 2011 album ‘Computers And Blues’ and mixtape ‘Cyberspace And Reds’.
Mike Skinner revived his Streets project in 2018, playing a number of Greatest Hits tour dates and sharing a host of new material.
Skinner announced his intentions to release a new Streets mixtape last year, which will arrive alongside a new studio album. The album is set to be paired with a new film that Skinner is currently working on.
Speaking to NME about the upcoming mixtape and the new film, Skinner said: “It’s almost like a follow-on from [2004 album] ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ – that was my life without The Streets.
“That’s what this is; it’s about my life as a DJ but with The Streets removed. I haven’t shot anything yet, but we’ve decided to use real nightclubs. So we’re waiting for real nightclubs to happen again; if it’s not until 2021 then that’s when we’ll do it.
“The film’s just a caper, really; it’s a bit of fairytale, but a fairytale told in the real world.”
Billie Eilish shares impassioned post about George Floyd: “Black lives fucking matter”
The singer, 18, wrote in an Instagram post today (May 30) that she would attempt to explain why black lives matter while imagining opponents as children because it “feels like that’s the only way you [motherfuckers] will understand”.
At various points in the message she addresses people who have called for “all lives matter” after riots erupted this week over the murder of George Floyd, a black man who was involved in an incident with a white police officer.
Eilish went on to outline a number of analogies in which all lives do not matter. “This is not about you”, she said about white people. “You are not in need. You are not in danger”.
She asked: “If your friend gets a cut on their arm are you gonna wait to give all your friends a bandaid first because all arms matter?
“If someone’s house was on fire and someone is stuck in the house, are you gonna make the fire department go to every other house on the block first because all houses matter? No! Because they don’t fucking need it. You are privileged whether you like it or not. Society gives privilege just for being white. You can be poor, you can be struggling. And still your skin colour is giving you more privilege than you even realise.”
She continued: “If all lives matter, why are black people killed for just being black? Why are white people given opportunities that people of other races aren’t?
“Why is it ok for black people to be called thugs for protesting the murder of innocent people? Do you know why???? White. fucking. privilege,” she wrote.
Eilish tagged the message at the end with “#justiceforgeorgefloyd”.
Floyd was a 46-year-old black man who died on May 25 after being apprehended by a white police officer. Derek Chauvin has since been sacked and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.
Sreesanth Hits Out At Robin Uthappa For Claiming That The Pacer Drops The Easiest Catches
The Indian cricket fans are happy seeing their favourite cricketers getting engaged in Instagram live sessions and in interviews as it is providing them with the entertainment which they were deprived of due to the postponement of the IPL 2020 and other cricketing events on account of the lockdown imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Some time ago, the Indian cricketer Robin Uthappa talked about the 2007 ICC T20 World Cup final which was won by India after defeating Pakistan. He also made a statement as per which it was destiny that made India win the match. He also claimed that Sreesanth was able to take Misbah-ul-Haq’s catch because luck was in his favour otherwise the Kerala bowler is known for dropping easiest of the catches.
Now, Sreesanth has reacted on Robin Uthappa’s statement and alleged that many complaints were made against Robin Uthappa in the last season as he dropped many catches while playing for Kerala. Earlier, Robin Uthappa used to play for Karnataka but now he has started playing for Kerala and Sreesanth also asked Uthappa to improve his catching.
The Indian pacer also gives a word of caution to Robin Uthappa as Sreesanth says that he will also be playing for Kerala in the domestic cricket and it won’t be good for Uthappa if he drops catches on his bowling.
Sreesanth says for Robin Uthappa that the junior team members may not have said anything to him after he dropped catches but if he does the same thing on his bowling, he must be ready for what comes to him after that. As per Sreesanth, he may have dropped only 4-5 catches in his complete international career and 10-15 catches when it comes to his entire professional career. He further adds that while training, even Jonty Rhodes who is being touted as one of the best fielders of the world drops catches.
If we talk about the catches taken by both the cricketers, Robin is far ahead of Sreesanth. 263 catches have been taken by Robin Uthappa and he has also done 48 stumpings as he plays a wicketkeeper-batsman for the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders. Sreesanth, on the other hand, has taken only 35 catches till date in 8 years of his career.
Sreesanth was banned from playing cricket by BCCI after he was accused of spot-fixing in the IPL 2013 and since then, he hasn’t played any type of cricket match.
What is your take on this matter?
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