Bleacher Report
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His character is intent on making WWE fans feel like they're part of a new regime. Despite the dancers and decorations this past Tuesday, this isn't a celebrationit's a hostile takeover. No more presidents. No more world champions or even general managers. Just one Maharaja. Cena challenging Mahal for the WWE Championship has the potential of a blockbuster matchup fit for SummerSlam. It's that rare type of feud that would add relevance to who comes out as the victor. If done correctly, this would be more than just a wrestling match but rather a battle of whose ideals are superior. Cena is on his way back, and WWEnot to mention SmackDown Livecan no longer take him for granted. Cena may forever be loyal to WWE from a sentimental standpoint, but his overwhelming success in Hollywood has already forced him into a part-time role.
The Guardian - Network Front
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The questions for this campaign havent changed since I called it six weeks ago. Who do you trust to stand up for Britain, to negotiate for Brexit and get the best possible deal for Britain in Europe? I wholeheartedly apologise for my ill-judged remarks at the hustings and for any offence they caused. I said sorry at the time and would like to apologise again for my comments, which were out of character and came at the end of a tiring day. If you look at what we do with people who return who might have been involved in fighting in somewhere like Syria, everybody is looked at on a case-by-case basis. That temporary exclusion order didnt even exist under the last Labour government. It was a Conservative government, it was me as home secretary that put it into the legislation to give powers to the police. Continue reading...
ITV
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Already, there is an internal review into the Westminster attack a few weeks ago. And what it has in common with the attack in Manchester is that question about a peripheral character becoming a terrorist killer. The question about whether the intelligence services could have prevented that from happening. Thank you very much
ITV
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Neighbours said they knew the arrested man. Have you spoken to him? I have. Hi, how are you? That's all. What was his character? Jovial character
Bleacher Report
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I'm a glue guy. I can come in right away and produce on both ends of the court, but most importantly, the defensive end. There's no doubt Thornwell can come in and help right away. Undersized or not, he can inject a bit of offense into a rotation and keep second units scoring well while starters rest. Above, the Brooklyn Nets take a sure thing like Thornwell near the end of the first. The franchise figures to splurge in free agency in an effort to rebuild, so turning around and getting a high character guy who can offer guaranteed production right away is a bonus after watching another team use their No. 1 pick. All stats and info via ESPN.com unless otherwise specified.
BBC News 24
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Johnny always had to have a character to play and so he invented that John Noakes, not very different from him, but it was an extension of him and it was a John Noakes that could do the things that he did on television, which the real John Noakes wouldn't do
CNET News
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BBC News 24
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It's laugh out loud funny in some places, when you don't expect it to be. The central character then meets up with a Finnish businessmen who decides he will buy a failing restaurant, which he attempts to.
BBC News 24
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You get a sense of that kind of bittersweet comedy. What I like about this is that on the one hand it is very sensitive and humane, and it feels real. It feels like a story about a character you can believe in. It also has that Aki Kaurismaki off-kilter sense of the world
BBC Parliament
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BBC News 24
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for me, the challenges are to step up to playing such a huge character. It's one of the great roles. I've played leading characters, but never "the with the with the lead before. You have to own that. I'm a troop company team player. I have an agoier, obviously. I wouldn't be an actor if I didn't
BBC News 24
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audience and they're in on his secrets of evil. Rich ad III is drama's most famous villain and most famous disabled person. To be, apart from Katherine hunter who played it in this country and has spinal issues, I think I'm the first person who can say I'm a deformed actor playing a deformed character for the first time in Britain. That is extraordinary that it should be the.
BBC News 24
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we might term a mid-career artist. I suppose you go along and each time you do something, it's less shocking or dangerous the next time you do it. It had been a long time since I've been scared of something. Just the notion of doing that huge, wonderful character I thought.
BBC News 24
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his disability centre stage. I'm a deformed actor playing a deformed character for the first time in Britain. It's extraordinary that it's the first, but exciting I get to do it. We meet the army of volunteers giving up their time for culture
Dezeen
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An advert for Kurokawa's Nagakin Capsule Tower asks us to "imagine one of these capsules taken in a container ship across the Pacific", over a free jazz soundtrack. The 1984 short film Crazy Family depicts a family smashing up their own house; when it's over and destroyed, the pan shows you the "normal" urban landscape, of American-style system-built suburban houses crammed into far-from-suburban densities. This is then followed by a clip from the anime series Dragonball, in which a character shows off an instant capsule house. All of these were made during a property boom almost as insane as ours at the momentmass-production did not mean affordability in 1980s Japan. You can read disaster in the houses themselves These historical sketches are on the upper floor of the Barbican's heavy Brutalist galleries. Below, are two full-scale recent houses.
Bleacher Report
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Erie Otters goaltender Troy Timpano issued an apology Monday for throwing his stick at a camera after the team's 4-3 loss to the Windsor Spitfires in the Memorial Cup final. "I'd like to apologize for my postgame incident with the cameraman passing by our bench," Timpano said in a statement on Twitter. "My emotions got the better of me, and I regret my reaction toward the camera. Certainly, not in my character to do something like this. Again, my sincere apologies." This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . Get the app and get the game.
Bleacher Report
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The Knicks' executive can also find a prospect who checks all three boxes. Louisville product Donovan Mitchell has caught Jackson's attention over the past month. According to New York Post reporter Marc Berman , the Knicks have their sights set on the 6'3" guard. "That versatility, his defensive mindset and character are reasons the Knicks have more than a casual interest in Mitchellwhether at No. 8 or trading down a few notches to later in the lottery," Berman said. According to Berman 's sources in his report, the Knicks wanted an interview with Mitchell, but the league controls the process and didn't grant access. Nonetheless, there's still time to dig into the Louisville standout. Due to his improved shooting and an impressive showing at the NBA Scouting Combine in Chicago, Mitchell could rise in draft projection. As a shooter with upside as a facilitator and defensive awareness, he could be the best fit for the Knicks.
Sky News
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have spoken to his allies, not least angler Michael to get her sense of what he should be pushing Mr Putin on. -- Angela Merkel. This is Sky News: Coming up - The colourful character leading.
Bleacher Report
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Wyatt, while he can be guilty of talking in riddles, is celebrated as an orator with a charismatic delivery that enhances his character as a brain-washing cult leader. Samoa Joe has manifested his own unique style, which incorporates quiet intensity with screaming madman, since his days in TNA. Seth Rollins, while he often comes off as trying too hard and can be hit-or-miss when it comes to connecting with an audience, is beginning to find his voice as a rah-rah babyface. Then there's Roman Reigns. He will never be confused with an electrifying monologist such as The Rock or a smooth-talking playboy like Ric Flair. Still, he is a generational talent whose ability to elicit an extreme emotional response is second to none. And as WWE continues to embrace his polarizing nature, his ability to speak softly and deliver simple, direct messages has become a genre unto itself.
Daily Mail - Home
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BBC News 24
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can relate too much of it. Not to the murderer or the death and destruction, ruin and decay that he causes. What challenges might the role calls? For me, the challenges are to step up to playing such a huge character. It is one of the great roles and I.
BBC News 24
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issues, I think I am the first person who can say I'm a deformed actor playing a deformed character for the first time in Britain, which is extraordinary that it should be the first, but exciting that is extraordinary that it should be the first, but exciting that I get to do it. Obviously, it's a huge and it must be a big deal for yourself. It.
BBC News 24
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just the notion of doing that huge, wonderful, eponymous character, I thought... Richard III is not the easiest chicks you play, is it? No, Richard III is one of the more famous plays, done more often than Hamlet I think. It is the only one worthy character talks directly to the audience and they are in on his of.
BBC News 24
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for a circus performance with a difference. And continuing our celebration of difference, we'll meet Matt Fraser who will be putting his disability centre stage to play Shakespeare's Richard III. I'm a deformed actor playing a deformed character for the first time in Britain which is extraordinary that it should be the first, but it's exciting that I get to do it