We truly live in the Brightest Timeline, because apparently there’s a version of Jurassic Park that could have been with no Dr Ian Malcolm.
In a video interview with Vanity Fair, Jeff Goldblum revealed that Dr. Ian Malcolm was nearly cut from Jurassic Park.
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To celebrate Wrestlemania 34 we’re giving away a Braun Strowman Pop Figure!
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The winner will be announced the day of Wrestlemania (April 8 2018) subject to Terms and Conditions.
– The winner must be based in the UK
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John Cena vs. The Undertaker, a dream match by anyone’s standards and in typical WWE fashion they’ve managed to squander it.
When the build for John Cena vs. The Undertaker first started way back at 26th February edition of Monday Night Raw when John Cena first said the match couldn’t happen, everyone was excited for exactly what would happen. From there on out it was a slow build, but it was good, subtle teases here and there, and eventually direct challenges from Cena to the Deadman.
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Director: Steven S. DeKnight
Writers: Steven S. DeKnight, Emily Carmichael, Kira Snyder and T.S. Nowlin
Starring: John Boyega
Pacific Rim: Uprising is a fun ride, but one that never quite lives up to the legacy of the first film.
The original Pacific Rim was always an odd one. It was one of those films that you either loved or hated, with very few people seeming to fall in the middle. It was an anime turned live action movie, with over the top characters and classical tropes such as giant robots fighting giant monsters. But Uprising seems to tone down aspects of the story that are grounded in anime and I think it falls short of the original because of it.
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