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- Vicky Kaushal opens up about shooting for The Immortal Ashwatthama amid the pandemic – Times of India
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Vicky Kaushal opens up about shooting for The Immortal Ashwatthama amid the pandemic – Times of India
Vicky Kaushal recently opened up about shooting for The Immortal Aswatthama amid the pandemic with all the protocols in place. This will be the actors first superhero film.Talking about the same, Vicky told a news portal that shooting in this new normal comes with its own set of challenges; youve to test every single person, quarantine everybody, put them in bio-bubbles. According to him, there are several Covid-19 protocols to follow, and everybody needs to be cautious. Elaborating further, the actor added that the responsibility falls on the production team to make it happen without any trouble. And that isnt an easy job. However, Vicky also thinks that everybody is getting accustomed to it and trying their best to adapt. The actor hopes by the time they start shooting for The Immortal Ashwatthama, the pandemic will be much in control.On the work front, Vicky will next be seen in Shoojit Sircars Udham Singh biopic. Apart from that, he also has Meghna Gulzars upcoming film based on the life of Sam Manekshaw.Vicky is also a part of Karan Johars period drama, Takht. The magnum opus also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Bhumi Pednekar, Janhvi and Anil Kapoor in lead roles.
Cover by Felipe Andrade
Writer Ram V is quickly becoming one of the busiest names in comics, with upcoming projects from DC Comics and Vault Comics. Speaking of this new series, Ram V said The Many Deaths of Laila Starr is a strange, funny, odd, and occasionally morbid comic about death, love, innocence, and the human condition. He spoke about how his Indian background inspired the series, explaining where I come from, gods are flawed, perhaps more so than people. Life is an endless cycle of trying to get things right, and death? Death is only the beginning.
Artist Filipe Andrade, coming fresh off of 2020s Star mini-series, said that The Many Deaths of Laila Starr is a story about love and connection, but also the beauty and cruelty of it. Ram Vs script takes readers through a journey into a near-future version of Mumbai, which Andrade says is touched by a mystic and exotic perfume. I want to transport and involve the reader in this trippy and vibrant world. Andrade will also be drawing the main series covers, with variants from David Mack and Anand RK.
Immortals Fenyx Rising is having a limited-time crossover with the Netflix series Blood of Zeus. The event started on January 22 and runs through January 28. It has players take on two evil creatures and in return for defeating them get excellent rewards.
The crossover event is titled "A Tribute to Family" and is going to be available to players who finished the "Gods and Monsters" quest. This new event is trackable on the game map and brings players to the Hall of the Gods. There, they get to meet a lone ghost who tasks them to take down Chimera and Cerberus. Beating these two evil monsters rewards players with the Eagle pendant along with customization options inspired by the show.
Players can also buy a new weapon pack that has Blood of Zeus-themed skins for their sword, ax, and even bow. They can also customize their armor, helmet, wings, mount, and Phosphor, with the same theme. This weapon pack is going to be available even after the crossover event.
In Immortals Fenyx Rising, players get the role of a winged demigod Fenyx. As Fenyx, they go on a quest to save the Greek gods and their home. Played through a third-person perspective, the game offers a large open world thats composed of seven unique regions, each inspired by Greek gods.
Immortals Fenyx Rising was released on December 3 and available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. Its also available for next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. You can learn more about the game on their official site here.
Meanwhile, Blood of Zeus is an animated TV series released on Netflix last October 27, 2020. The story revolves around Heron, a son of Zeus. While the show is set in a world based on Greek mythology, the main character Heron was created specifically for the show. The first season consisted of eight episodes with a second season already given the go signal by Netflix. According to series creators Charley and Vlas Parlapanides, they project the entire show to consist of five seasons. Learn more about the show here.
Since their attempt to replicate the Fantastic Four's powers went wrong, the U-Foes have been some of the Hulk's most dangerous villains.
WARNING: The following contains spoilers for The Immortal Hulk #42 by Al Ewing, Alex Lins, Adam Gorham, Rachel Stott, Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, Chris O'Jalloran, Paul Mounts & VC's Cory Petit, on sale now.
Henry Peter Gyrich hasn't changed much since his early days in the Marvel Universe. Theformer Avengers coordinator and government bureaucrat who once alienated most of theteam is now alienating Gamma Flight as he runs the hunt for Hulk. With Gamma Flight walking out on him, Gyrich has brought in a new team of Hulk-hunters in The Immortal Hulk.
This team is the U-Foes, a supervillain team that made their debut in 1980 in The Incredible Hulk #254 byBill Mantlo,Sal Buscema,Bob Sharenand Diana Albers. Since that time, they have grown to become some of the most dangerous individuals in the Hulk's rogues' gallery.
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InThe Incredible Hulk #254, four people planned a mission to gain superpowers similar to that of the Fantastic Four. Millionaire Simon Utrecht planned out the mission -- flying into the cosmic rays unprotected with pilot Mike Steel, engineer Jimmy Darnell, and life-support specialist Ann Darnell. They were very similar to the Fantastic Four, with Mike, a muscular hothead, Ann and Jimmy being siblings, and the mastermind Simon. However, Simon, a rival of Tony Stark, didn't want to be a hero. He wanted power for power's sake and was willing to do anythingtoget it.
Bruce Banner showed up in the lab soon after and saw cosmic rays bombarding the ship. Believing they needed to be saved, Bruce helped bring them back to Earth. The four came out with powers but were angry that their powers were not as great as they had hoped and blamed Banner for bringing them back before reaching their full potential. Simon became Vector, who possessed the power of telekinesis. Ann was Vapor, who could alter her form to any known gas. Jimmy became X-Ray, and transformed into a pure form of energy. Michael was Ironclad, transformed into organic metal. However, in their new forms, they couldn't touch each other without shorting their powers out, which cost them in their first fight with Hulk.
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Throughout the years, The U-Foes popped up here and there, mostly to battle Hulk. They also got a chance to be heroes when Norman Osborn placed them in North Carolina as part of the Initiative during Dark Reign.They were even responsible for the Siege event, as they attacked Vostagg in Chicago, the event leading to the war with Asgard. Now, they have a chance to work with the U.S. government again, but only if they can bring in Hulk in exchange for time off of their prison sentences.
While that might seem like a tall order for most villains, it's well within the U-Foes' power. Vapor showed this on her own in the alternate worldsMaestroseries, where she single-handedly killed Hercules. However, as a team, they typically stand little chance when trying to take down Hulk.
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After Diana absorbed the Book of Life, many fans questioned if that would mean she is now immortal like her vampire beau. Though this is not disclosed in the book series, Harkness addressed the question about Diana's mortality and Matthew's immortality during a fan Q&A.
While some fans have theorized that Diana may have created her own immortality spell to live out her days with Matthew, Harkness confirmed during the fan event that she will eventually die. "Shes mortal and a warm-blood, and not going to have an extended life," Harkness said.
The author added, "Matthew has an extended life, and I think, again, the sad truth is none of us really live forever, and we all have to make the best of what we get handed. So I think thats a really normal part of life. One of the things we need to do better maybe in our time is learning to say goodbye, and learning how to live without the kind of regrets."
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India vs Australia: From impossible to immortal, will we ever see anything like this again? – Firstpost
First, you can never take anything for granted. Second, never, ever, ever underestimate the Indians.
On the 19th of December, 2020, 36 all out happened.
Then, India lost Virat Kohli, and Mohammed Shami.
Then Umesh Yadav.
Then KL Rahul.
Then Ravindra Jadeja. And R Ashwin. And Jasprit Bumrah. And Hanuma Vihari.
India lost a lot.
And then, exactly a month on from 36, India won.
The lineup that India were able to assemble, eventually, for the decider of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2020/21, at Brisbane Fortress Gabba/Gabbatoir/Come to Gabba et al was this:
1. Second away Test as an opener2. Third Test3. Ridiculed for intent4. Stand-in captain5. Recently-dropped opener6. Ridiculed for mostly everything7. Debutant, with no FC game in three years8. 10-ball long Test career9. Second Test half of it riddled with injury10. Third Test on the back of racial abuse, on the back of losing his father11. Debutant potentially ninth-choice fast-bowling option
If you were to make an equivalent Australian XI, considering similar blows and absentees, it could read something like this: David Warner, Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Matthew Wade, Joe Burns, Tim Paine, Moises Henriques, Ashton Agar, Sean Abbott, Trent Copeland, Jackson Bird.
Now picture this revised Australian lineup playing a series-decider, against a full-strength India, at Chepauk.
How do you imagine that panning out?
The last visiting XI to win a Test at the Gabba read thus: Gordon Greenidge, Desmond Haynes, Richie Richardson, Carl Hooper, Viv Richards, Gus Logie, Jeff Dujon, Malcolm Marshall, Curtly Ambrose, Courtney Walsh, Patrick Patterson.
When that West Indian team completed their victory, Sachin Tendulkar was a year away from his India debut, Virat Kohli was barely two weeks old, Diego Maradonas Argentina were world champions, and Steffi Graf had just become the first and still remains the only tennis player to achieve the Golden Slam (winning all four majors plus the Olympic gold in the same year).
Australia is the first country India made a cricket tour to as an independent nation. Indias travels to the distant land, from 1947 right upto 2018, had been the stuff of folklore even without ever actually winning a series there.
It was a different kind of folklore, though, until that point.
For through the first 70 years of Indian visits to the land Down Under, Indian cricket learned, to quote Christopher Nolan, that there can be no true despair without hope.
Think Brisbane 1968. Think Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide 1977/78. Think Adelaide 1992. Think Sydney 2004. Think Sydney 2008. Think Adelaide 2014.
And then, after seven decades of waiting seven decades of determination enveloped by disappointment, of dedication covered with dismay came the Aussie summer of 2018/19.
The promised land had been met.
But, it would be said in its wake, that it would be an achievement asterisked.
Australia didnt have two of their best players. Australia were a side in transition. Australia were a team inching their way out from their darkest pit.
How about this time, then?
Before the series, India didnt have their senior-most fast bowler. One game into it, they were without their captain/best batsman, and now deprived of two of their three first-choice pacers. Two games in, they were without three of their four first-choice pacers. By the time the last match arrived, they almost had more candidates for a hospital ward than they did to put out on the park.
For years, Australian tours to India had been billed as their final frontier. For India, their tours to Australia were more in the realm of the impossible dream.
Well, as it stands India have more Test series wins in Australia in the last two years than Australia have in India in the last 50.
Perhaps Mr.(Stephen) Kings take fits more nicely than Mr Nolans then: Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.
Against Australia, mystically or not, have come some of the most astonishing triumphs in Indian Test history. From Kanpur 1959 to Kolkata 2001, from Melbourne 1981 to Adelaide 2003 to Perth 2008.
They will never be forgotten.
But this summer, this tour, this game this will never die. This now becomes the reference point. The permanent beacon. The forever sign-board, for any and all Indian travellers, feeling lost and out of sync.
From impossible, on the 19th of December, to immortal, on the 19th of January.
First, you can never take anything for granted. Second, never, ever, ever underestimate the Indians.
These words didnt come out of the Indian camp. They came, in a mark of begrudging respect, from the opposite coach, when Justin Langer spoke to the host broadcasters, Channel 7.
Oh, Covid youve been beaten! You could not stop one of the greatest spectacles you could see in life. You cannot stop sport. You could not have seen anything better than this!
Who else, but Harsha Bhogle, to illuminate this brightest of all days in the annals of Indian cricket, as Ajinkya Rahane lifted the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and passed it over to T Natarajan before you knew it.
Yes, there are far greater battles for the country as indeed the world to fight.
But for one afternoon, basking in the most glorious glory, a country was happily positive; this was an injection nobody refuted; today, even if briefly so, everyone was united.
Weve always known this is more than a game for India. Today, we knew, if ever it was in doubt, that this is more than a team.
You know the best part? We knew it, even before they stepped out for what will, for now, be the greatest day of their cricketing lives.