A couple weeks ago, the internet went CRAZY when a JACKED picture of J.K. Simmons — who's taking on the role of Commissioner Gordon in the Justice League movie — popped up online!
After such a grim, dour take on DC Comics heroes in Batman v Superman, many fans assumed Simmons was getting jacked for a different take on Batman's law enforcing partner!
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Well apparently, there's not a whole lot of truth behind Gordon being RIPPED in the new comic book movie.
The 61-year-old actor revealed to Business Insider that the picture popping up is "all coincidental."
J.K. explained the photo was actually
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A while back, Netflix started allowing multiple users to be signed in to one account at the same time.
This is fantastic for friends and family who want to watch movies and tv shows off the streaming service without paying anything extra, but there could be an unexpected danger here!
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Apparently this policy has created a sort of black market for stolen Netflix account information.
McAfee Labs has revealed that
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2011 could very well be the year of the iPhone AND the year of Verizon!
Once Verizon starts selling iPhones, which is likely to happen next year, Business Insider estimates that Apple will sell at least 10 million units during the first year.
How much revenue would that translate to, you might ask? Looks like it'll result in AT LEAST $6 billion of incremental revenue for Apple, if not more.
Watch out, Google! Android sales are likely to suffer once the iPhone is set loose on Verizon customers.
Will U pick up an iPhone when Verizon starts to sell them?
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