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This is one dark-looking superhero show!
Usually DC movies (The Dark Knight, Man Of Steel) are the dark and gritty ones while Marvel keeps it lighter and more colorful.
But it looks like they're doing the exact opposite with their first Netflix show Daredevil.
Just check out the first photos (above) of the Man Without Fear's costume!
Based on an origin story from the comic books, this Matt Murdock will be wearing
Under the ocean, WAY down in the sea a new fish species was discovered that is now believed to be the deepest living fish ever seen!
The believed-to-be a type of snailfish has been described as a "ghostly never-before-seen fish with wing-like fins" and it was found on a recent expedition in the Mariana Trench part of the Pacific Ocean!
It was videotaped at its extremely deep depth of
Christmas came early for Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard this year — they just welcome a baby girl!
The social media-savvy stars announced their daughter's arrival on Friday via Twitter.
Dax — ever the comedian — posted this funny first message:
Kristen followed up with her own:
Delta Bell Shephard, we love her name! Little Delta joins sister Lincoln, who is 20 months old.
It's been a busy past year for Bell, 34, who voiced Anna in the wildly popular animated film Frozen. She also reprised her role as Veronica Mars in a film version of the TV show. Shepard, 38, is starring in the final season of Parenthood and filmed a number of films as well.
Congrats to the family!
[Image via WENN.]
We can't believe how hot Nicki Minaj looks in the photos for her 2015 calendar!
We may have only gotten a taste of seven of the twelve months, but she's seriously giving off such a pin-up vibe.
Alain Boublil is the librettist and lyricists behind such HUGE musicals as Les Miserables and Miss Saigon - and the legendary Frenchie just premiered a new work in Manhattan, appropriately titled Manhattan Parisienne.
However, do not go into this show expecting a massive chorus or flying helicopters. Manhattan Parisienne is is super intimate - a mostly two person musical in a small theater. There are no reserved seats! General admission!
The show is a sweet and simple modern-day love fantasia between a French woman and an American man and the musical features some staples of the French and American songbook. From Edith Piaf and Serge Gainsbourg to the Gershwins and Sinatra.
The story is almost irrelevant, though. Manhattan Parisienne is all about the song selections. And they prove to be a very enjoyable experience!
Performed without intermission, the show is like a fancier cabaret act. And because it's mainly all about the songs, our one big note is…. while the cast features some great singers, the intimacy of the theater and the grandness of these songs called for some PHENOMENAL singers. There is a big difference between great and phenomenal singers.
However, this cast did a fine job and it's a more than fine show!
With some bigger voices or bigger names, though, this could play to much larger audiences.
Manhattan Parisienne is very enjoyable - especially for a date night!
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