Naruto Fans Are Stunned at Live-Action Movie Announcement

Lionsgate shook the foundations of the world of anime by announcing that the live-action Naruto movie would be written, directed and produced by Marvel’s Shang-Chi director Destin Daniel Cretton. While live-action anime adaptations have been controversial in the past, it would seem that projects like Netflix’s One Piece have opened the floodgates for other such projects. Naruto has never before had any sort of live-action adaptation, throwing anime fans for that much more of a loop following the big news. One of the things that made Netflix’s live-action series a…

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Nightingale: Who Is Puck?

Nightingale has plenty of surreal and monstrous enemies inhabiting the various realms that players will pass through. Players will also meet plenty of humans along their journey. These humans can come in the form of quest-givers, merchants, and even helpful allies that you can recruit. There is also a prominent NPC that is neither human nor monster — Puck. [ad_2]

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Jury finds Wayne LaPierre, NRA liable in corruption civil case

Ex-NRA leader found liable in corruption case Jury finds Wayne LaPierre, NRA liable in civil corruption trial 07:47 A Manhattan jury has found the NRA and its longtime head Wayne LaPierre liable in a civil case brought against the organization and its leaders by New York Attorney General Letitia James. The lawsuit, filed in 2020, named LaPierre and the gun rights organization, along with other NRA leaders John Frazer and Wilson “Woody” Phillips. The Attorney General’s Office alleged misuse of financial resources and claimed NRA leaders ignored whistleblowers and included false…

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Brazoria County homeowner frustrated as sewage spills into Clute cemetery, with city claiming it’s not responsible

BRAZORIA COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) — In Brazoria County, hidden behind the headstones in a small cemetery in Clute, you’ll find a massive hole with sewage slowly seeping out of broken pipes. Gregory Rodriguez said the pipe behind his home broke months ago, and he is still waiting for it to be fixed. “This is all raw sewage,” he said, pointing to the hole behind his fence. Rodriguez said the city has been helpful with some of his questions and concerns about the broken pipe. “The cost of getting a sewer…

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Wyze Cam v3 is now 52% off in this limited-time deal

Wyze Cam v3 $20 $42 Save $22 The Wyze Cam v3 provides security on the cheap with its current price coming in at just under $20. You get an impressive and compact camera that produces fantastic visuals, along with weatherproofing, making it great for use inside and outdoors. It’s easier than ever to keep our home or office secure, with affordable solutions like smart locks and doorbell cameras. Of course, if you’re looking to take things to another level and get a more versatile monitoring solution for your locations, then…

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Scotland vs England live stream: How to watch 2024 Six Nations online

The Scotland vs England live stream sees the hosts out to bounce back from their controversial defeat last time out as they attempt to retain the Calcutta Cup when they take on an undefeated England at Murrayfield on Saturday — and you can watch from anywhere with a VPN. Scotland vs England live stream, date, time, channels The Scotland vs England live stream takes place on Saturday, February 24.• Time: 4:45 p.m. GMT / 11:45 a.m. ET / 8:45 a.m. PT / 3:45 a.m. AEDT (Feb 25)• U.K. — BBC…

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Montrose Boulevard Improvements Project: Sidewalk issues have become obstacles for those with disabilities in area

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Many people take for granted just how easy it is to walk next door for a doctor’s appointment, groceries, or coffee, but mobility and disability advocates say it’s impossible in Montrose. “You wouldn’t find me rolling down the sidewalks here,” Gloria Suarez, a disability advocate and wheelchair user, said. It’s not that she chooses not to use the sidewalks. It’s that, according to her, she can’t. “It’s very scary; also, it’s not safe,” Suarez said. Sidewalks are uneven, crumbling, and have no ramps. The conditions require…

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Justin Timberlake’s ‘unfortunate’ update on illness – cancels UK show | Music | Entertainment

Justin Timberlake has taken to Instagram to share that he had canceled his UK show at London’s Roundhouse in Camden tonight to recover from the flu. The famous musician shared a story to his account’s 72 million followers, communicating his feelings about the absence. Timberlake said: “This is an unfortunate video to have to send out, but I’m sure you can tell from the sound of things that I am not going to be able to make it to the show on Friday, which I’m gutted about. “But as you…

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Invincible Releases First Clip From Season 2 Part 2

Mark Grayson is going to have some serious issues to work out when Invincible returns this spring. Invincible has become a smash hit for Amazon, with the animated series taking a several-month hiatus at quite the time in Mark Grayson’s life. Dispatched on a mission to an alien world, Mark encountered the last person in the galaxy whom he wanted to meet face-to-face, his father Omni-Man. The father/son team was forced to put their differences aside to fight against the Viltrumites, and the first clip of the second part of…

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Military says high-altitude balloon detected over Western U.S. doesn’t pose a threat

The U.S. is tracking a small, high-altitude balloon that is drifting across the country but poses no threat to national security, the military said Friday. CBS News first reported that the military was tracking the balloon as it traversed the Western U.S. earlier in the day. NORAD, the military command responsible for air defense over the U.S. and Canada, later confirmed it had detected the object and said it was floating between 43,000 and 45,000 feet. Its presence prompted enough concern that the command sent aircraft to investigate. “The balloon…

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