Disha Patani may replace Shruti Haasan in Tamil epic Sangamithra

Disha Patani may replace Shruti Haasan in Tamil epic Sangamithra

Disha Patani may replace Shruti Haasan in Tamil epic Sangamithra Bollywood actor Disha Patani will reportedly replace actor Shruti Haasan, who was the filmmakers’ first choice to play the coveted role of Sangamithra. The story is set in the 8th century AD, and it will follow Sangamithra’s struggles and her inspiring journey to save her kingdom. Actors Jayam Ravi and Aarya will play the leading men in the film. Looks like Bollywood actor Disha Patani has hit a jackpot of sorts in her film career. The latest buzz in the industry…

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered May Be Available Standalone In Stores

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered May Be Available Standalone In Stores

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered May Be Available Standalone In Stores   Last year one of the big components to help Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare sell across home consoles and PC was the inclusion of a remastered edition of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Well, it looks like it might be available soon as a standalone purchase in stores. Call of Duty fansite Charlie Intel was sent a tip from someone at a Target store who spotted a physical copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered…

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What Visceral’s New Star Wars Game May Be About

What Visceral's New Star Wars Game May Be About

What Visceral’s New Star Wars Game May Be About Visceral’s : Electronic Arts has several Star Wars projects in the works, one of which is a story-driven game being worked on at Visceral under the creative leadership of Naughty Dog alum Amy Hennig. Supposedly some new info regarding the game’s story has leaked out onto the interwebs. Typically this means that there’s going to be a Spoiler Warning just in case any of the information turns out to be true. The source is MakingStarWars.net but it doesn’t exactly say where…

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The New Darth Vader Comic Book May Answer A Key Star Wars: The Last Jedi Question

The New Darth Vader Comic Book May Answer A Key Star Wars: The Last Jedi Question

The New Darth Vader Comic Book May Answer A Key Star Wars: The Last Jedi Question Despite being absent for nearly all of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Luke Skywalker loomed large over the first entry of the new Star Wars sequel trilogy due to his connection to Kylo Ren and his unusual disappearance. By the end of the movie, fans were reunited with the Rebel hero when Rey found him on Ahch-To, and The Last Jedi will show Luke training the newest Force-sensitive hero this winter. As for why…

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Two Other Spider-Man Villains Who May Get Spinoff Movies

Two Other Spider-Man Villains Who May Get Spinoff Movies

Two Other Spider-Man Villains Who May Get Spinoff Movies This has been a big year for the cinematic Spider-Man, and not just because his first movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes out next month. For the last several months, Sony has been announcing Spider-centric spinoff movies, which are now confirmed to take place in the MCU. Venom and Silver & Black have been public knowledge for a while, but the fun doesn’t stop there, because the studio is also considering giving movies to Kraven the Hunter and Mysterio.…

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Here’s What Clarkson And May Did Immediately After Hammond’s Crash

Here's What Clarkson And May Did Immediately After Hammond's Crash

Here’s What Clarkson And May Did Immediately After Hammond’s Crash The Grand Tour must go on, right? Of course, and the fact that co-host Richard Hammond is going to be just fine following a near-death crash in a Rimac Concept One guarantees that. Longtime co-hosts and pals Jeremy Clarkson and James May weren’t too far away when the crash happened and they were among the first on the scene. Once they got the all clear and huge sigh of relief that Hammond managed to escape moments before the Rimac went…

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Skull & Bones May Be The High Seas Pirate Game We’ve Been Waiting For

Skull & Bones May Be The High Seas Pirate Game We've Been Waiting For

Skull & Bones May Be The High Seas Pirate Game We’ve Been Waiting For One of the surprise games showcased at E3 this year during the Ubisoft E3 press conference was the multiplayer naval combat game, Skull & Bones. The game aired for the very first time during E3 and looked fantastic both from the cinematic trailer and the actual game trailer. The cinematic trailer first shows a couple of different pirates captaining their ships and duking it out. Things seem to be going well for the one captain who…

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Cosmic rays may double cancer risks for astronauts travelling to Mars

Cosmic rays may double cancer risks for astronauts travelling to Mars

Cosmic rays may double cancer risks for astronauts travelling to Mars Conventional risk models used by NASA and others assume DNA damage and mutation are the cause of radiation cancers. (Image for representation, Source: Pixabay) Astronauts travelling to Mars or other deep space missions may be at a two-fold higher risk of developing cancer than previously assumed, due to exposure to cosmic rays outside the protection of Earth’s magnetic field, a new study warns. Astronauts travelling to Mars or other deep space missions may be at a two-fold higher risk of…

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Do men or women have bigger brains? THIS study found the answer… and it may shock you

Do men or women have bigger brains? THIS study found the answer… and it may shock you

Do men or women have bigger brains? THIS study found the answer… and it may shock you Women : THE question over whether men or women have the biggest brains has eluded us for centuries but now scientists have conducted research on the subject – and the answer may surprise you.   Mens’ brains are around 14 per cent bigger than womens’ Women : Researchers at Erasmus University in Rotterdam hoped to crack the age old query with a study analysing volunteers’ brains to compare the male and female organs.…

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A famous ‘ancestor’ may be ousted from the human family

A famous 'ancestor' may be ousted from the human family

A famous ‘ancestor’ may be ousted from the human family Famous : A remarkably complete skeleton introduced in 2010 as “the best candidate” for the immediate ancestor of our genus Homo may just be a pretender. Instead of belonging to the human lineage, the new species of Australopithecus sediba is more closely related to other hominins from South Africa that are on a side branch of the human family tree, according to a new analysis of the fossil presented here last week at the annual meeting of the American Association…

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Lost in the woods? A drone may find you

Lost in the woods? A drone may find you

Lost in the woods? A drone may find you Each year, hikers and mountain bikers get lost or injured in the wilderness. Search and rescue efforts can involve 20 or more people. But a new “smart” drone can follow hiking trails without a pilot’s assistance. This could allow rescuers to search more efficiently, scientists report. In the United States alone, as many as 34 million hikers hit the trails each year. Some of those trekkers invariably get lost. To find them, a small army of rescuers may scour the woods…

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Today’s doctrinal disputes may well seem irrelevant to future generations

Today doctrinal disputes may well seem irrelevant to future generations

Today’s doctrinal disputes may well seem irrelevant to future generations Today : It may come as something of a surprise to many that ARCIC is still in business. But the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission, which is the forum for ecumenism between Catholics and the Anglican Communion, met recently in Rome, where they were addressed by the Pope. This is ARCIC’s third incarnation, and it has been going now for some considerable time. There is a useful summary of its history here. It is worth remembering just why the ecumenical…

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