8 Flip through 32 Marvel-ous images from this super exhibit 8:53 32 Photos How I survived the Marvel Studios 22 Movie Marathon Keanu Reeves owns 2019 — and it’s a very excellent adventure Keanu Reeves to star in Cyberpunk 2077, out in April 2020 Reeves’ slow-mo Always Be My Maybe walk works to any song I vote for Keanu Reeves as Johnny Blaze : Ghost Rider .. time to bring him into the MCU @Marvel pic.twitter.com/l8rfg4P6Ro— Grn.Rngr (@alexxcooleyy) June 20, 2019 More on Keanu Reeves Marvel Others suggest Reeves should be cast as everyone from Silver Surfer to Gambit to Moon Knight.Reeves has made headlines this year for everything from his starring action part in John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum to his role as a motorcycle daredevil toy in Toy Story 4 to his upcoming role in the Cyberpunk 2077 video game to a meme-worthy appearance in Netflix movie Always Be My Maybe.There’s also an online petition, with more than 34,000 signatures at press time, urging Time Magazine to make Reeves its person of the year. Keanu in the MCU? He does know kung fu from his Matrix days, after all.Pain heals, and chicks dig scars, but glory lasts forever, Keanu Reeves once told us in The Replacements. Sounds like the perfect motto for a Marvel superhero.And Reeves, who’s having a most excellent and not at all bogus 2019, could join that super-powered universe. A reporter for CNET sister site ComicBook.com asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige if the company was planning anything involving Reeves, and indeed, strange things are afoot at the Circle K.”We talk to him for almost every film we make,” Feige said. “I don’t know when, if, or ever he’ll join the MCU, but we very much want to figure out the right way to do it.”Which hero would he play? Due to Reeves’ love of motorcycles, some suggest Ghost Rider. Now playing: Watch this: Originally published June 19. But many would like to see Reeves as Adam Warlock, who was created by researchers to be the pinnacle of future human evolution. “Adam Warlock was designed to be the most perfect human and everybody can agree that Keanu Reeves is already the most perfect human there is,” wrote one Twitter user. Adam Warlock was designed to be the most perfect human and everybody can agree that Keanu Reeves is already the most perfect human there is so marvel better cast him pic.twitter.com/iefkmh5z8d— ४ 𝐊𝐚𝐲𝐥𝐚 𝐌𝐢𝐬𝐬𝐞𝐬 𝐋𝐨𝐤𝐢 ४ (@reevesofloki) June 20, 2019 Comments Share your voice TV and Movies Tags
Glaxosmithkline Pharmaceuticals (Glaxo), Dr Reddy’s Laboratories (DRL) and Aurobindo Pharma are expected to post a growth of 13 percent to 20 percent in their December quarter revenues, brokerage firm Angel Broking said in a note on Tuesday.Shares of the three companies were trading in the red at around 1:05 pm, while the S&P BSE Sensex was down 320 points, or 1.33 percent, at 23,967.86.GlaxoThe Indian arm of British drug company GlaxoSmithKline Plc is expected to post sales of Rs 730 crore for the December quarter, an increase of about 13 percent from Rs 646.2 crore in the corresponding quarter last fiscal, led by price hike and volume growth, said Angel Broking. Operating margin is likely to be around 18 percent while adjusted net profit is pegged at Rs 102.70 crore, up 55 percent from Rs 66.1 crore in the year-ago period.The company will be declaring its December quarter results on 10 February.DRLDr Reddy’s Labs is likely to report a topline of Rs 4,420 crore for the third quarter ended December 2015, as against Rs 3,843 crore in the corresponding period last year, a growth of 15 percent, driven by both domestic and US sales. Operating margin is expected to be around 27 percent, up from 23 percent, year-over-year. The adjusted net profit is expected at Rs 746 crore, up 30 percent from Rs 574 crore, year-over-year.The Hyderabad-based company will be declaring its December quarter results on 9 February.Aurobindo PharmaThe company’s third quarter revenues are estimated at around Rs 3,800 crore, an increase of 20.9 percent over the year-ago period revenues. The operating margin is expected to come at 53.1 percent, up from 51 percent in the third quarter of FY2015, the Angel Broking report highlighted. Aurobindo Pharma’s adjusted net profit is likely to come at Rs 613.4 crore, as against Rs 399 crore in the third quarter of FY2015, an increase of 53.7 percent. The company will be declaring its third quarter results on 10 February.Glaxo was trading at Rs 3,260, down 0.94 percent, DRL at Rs 3,010, down 1.96 percent and Aurobindo Pharma at Rs 729.35, with a loss of 2.30 percent.On 5 February, Lupin Pharma reported its quarterly net profit at Rs 530 crore, down 11.82 percent from Rs 601 crore in the year-ago period, while net sales inched 6 percent higher to Rs 3,358 crore, from Rs 3, 145 crore in the third quarter of last fiscal.
Hard Kaur slams RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat.Facebook Singer Hard Kaur has created a huge controversy with her abusive rants on social media yet again. On June 17, Hard Kaur hit out against Mohan Bhagwat, the Chief of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), calling him a “terrorist” and a “racist”. She has named Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s “Orange Rapeman”.Hard Kaur has also posted a picture of the book ‘Who killed Karkare?’ by S M Mushrif, on the Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Hemant Karkare who was killed by Pakistan terrorists in the 26/11 attacks on Mumbai in 2008. Hard Kaur seems to have answered, “RSS DID #indiastandup”. She has also commented on journalist Gauri Lankesh’s murder.Hard Kaur’s comments on the UP CM and the RSS Chief have created a huge controversy on the Net, with people objecting to her remarks and her language. The rapper has also used very abusive language and swear words in reply to people objecting to her comments on Twitter and Facebook. At the same time, she has been praised by some fans for her stand.Hard Kaur is known to speak her mind and is notorious for her language and never holds back. Two years ago, she had also used foul words for pornstar-turned-actress Sunny Leone. What did Hard Kaur say this time?About RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, Hard Kaur says that he is responsible for the terrorist attacks on India like 26/11 in Mumbai and the Pulwama attacks of 2019. She says on Facebook, “HE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL TERRORIST ATTACKS IN INDIA INCLUDING 26/11, PULWAMA ATTACK. THE FACE OF ALL PROBLEMS IN INDIA. CONSTITUTIONAL CASTEISM IS A CRIME. YOU MOFO’S YOU ARE BANNED BY SARDAR PATEL JI AFTER GANDHI’S MURDER BY GODSE. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO FUNCTION. IN HISTORY MAHATMA BUDDHA AND MAHAVIR FOUGHT AGAINST THE BRAHMINICAL CASTE SYSTEM. YOU ARE NOT A NATIONALIST, YOU ARE A RACIST MURDERER #fact”.She has also replied in comments like, “AAO M**D**CH**O FAKE ID SE NAHI BOL RAHI SHERNI R******N KI AULAADO AAO IM READY ANYTIME.” Hard Kaur comments on Yogi Adityanath.Facebook Hard Kaur slams Mohan Bhagwat and Yogi Adityanath.Facebook Hard Kaur on Hemant Karkare killing.Facebook Hard Kaur has also posted a picture of the book ‘Who killed Karkare?’ by former Inspector General of Police, Maharshtra, S M Mushrif. She has captioned the post, “RSS DID #indiastandup”. About Yogi Adityanath, Hard Kaur says, “IF THIS GUY WAS A SUPERHERO HIS NAME WOULD BE-RAPEMAN YOGI. YOU CALL HIM WHEN YOU WANT YOUR SISTERS, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS RAPED. NATIONAL HERO. I PERSONALLY CALL HIM #ORANGERAPEMAN#indiastandup”. Hard Kaur has made her political stance further clear by posting, “R.I.P I’LL NEVER LET YOUR KILLERS GO. THE WORLD WILL KNOW MAM #gaurilankesh ❤️ #indiastandup #fuckrss”.The nature of these comments could land the singer in serious trouble and we hope she exercises restraint. What do you think?
Share CREDIT COURTESY PHOTOChancie McMahan, left, sits with her son Ryland Ward a few weeks after he was shot five times in Sutherland Springs.Six-year-old Ryland Ward jumps down from his uncle Michael’s lap and bounds across the job site.The Dallas Morning News reports there’s chocolate ice cream, he’s heard, his favorite.Climbing onto the minitractor parked in front of the house, Ryland holds the carton in his good hand and gnaws at the lid. He’s intent on opening it himself, but as chocolate begins to seep out the sides, he hands it to Michael, who peels open the lid for him.Feet dangling off the little machine, Ryland finally digs in.His left knee is locked in place, inches below where a bullet entered his upper thigh. The arm on that side bends just halfway, wrapped in a medical sleeve that supports his shattered elbow. From his belly hangs a colostomy bag.Thursday marked five months since the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs. The anniversary was going unmarked here at the Ward family home. Ryland’s dad isn’t ready to look back on what he’s lost.But he knows what he’s looking forward to.“Starting over, I guess,” Chris Ward says, tilting his black cowboy hat against the midday sun. “Trying to.”Ryland Ward is a 5 year old fightin machine! Everyday this little boy shows me that no matter how big or how small you can push through and keep going❣️ We love you Ryland pic.twitter.com/lpWFDIkd3B— hailey michelle (@_haileyyyyyy__) March 29, 2018The half-eaten ice cream lies forgotten in the dirt as Ryland climbs a ramp into the house, a dog named Fluffy clutched under his good arm. His left shoe is missing.“It got sucked into the mud!” he shrieks, laughing. He takes off at a run around the living room, a strawberry-blond blur.This is the house where Chris grew up, where he and his brother moved when Michael was Ryland’s age. The old place has been stripped down to its original floorboards and studs, a project to keep the brothers busy and provide father and son with a fresh start.An ex-oilfield worker, Chris has a perpetual smirk in his eyes and deep smile lines that make him look a bit older than his 33 years. He surveys the work left to be done. An old Mickey Mouse lunchbox lies on the floor; a rusted bathtub sits in a corner. Chris points out the gutted kitchen he hopes will be finished in a few months.Chris was asleep that morning five months ago. He was resting after an overnight shift when Michael woke him in a panic. A shooter was in the church, he said, and so was Chris’ family.The shooter was gone by the time the brothers arrived, dead in a ditch from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. With him, he took Chris’ wife, Joann, his daughter, Brooke, his stepdaughter, Emily, and 23 others. Rhianna, Joann’s eldest daughter, was not shot, but Ryland, then 5, was hit four times.Chris doesn’t want to talk about what happened that November morning in the church.But then, he’s never been much of a talker. That’s more Michael’s style, the “loudmouth” of the family, and Ryland is clearly following in his uncle’s footsteps.The boy demands more ice cream or maybe pizza, depending on what he’s craving that minute. He chats easily with the men on the job site, where everyone has a nickname.“That’s Cowboy,” Ryland says, pointing to a man driving an old pickup down the road. And him, the man hauling trash out of a trailer? “Outlaw,” Ryland adds with finality. What about yours?“Butt crack!” Michael yells from across the yard.Ryland makes a face. His dad chuckles.Since the Nov. 5 shooting, Ryland has had countless surgeries and hours of physical therapy.He’s also gotten hundreds of toys from well-wishers around the world, so many they’re stacked floor to ceiling in Chris’ home. Ryland made friends with the man who helped save him, an emergency worker named Rusty Duncan, who has become like family to the Wards.He rode in a real-life firetruck. He celebrated his sixth birthday.“He got shot there and it kind of messed everything up,” Chris says matter-of-factly, pointing to Ryland’s stomach. The bag should be removed by July, he says, and eventually Ryland should have full use of his left leg and arm. “It’s getting better. He’s a lot stronger.”By lunchtime, Ryland has kicked off the other shoe.He wipes his nose on his bright red shirt — “CAN’T HOLD ME BACK” it screams, in big letters — and begins the slow climb into the attic, still clutching Fluffy. Chris stands at the top of the ladder, among the empty candy tins and soda cans, old family photos and birthday cards. He watches Ryland make the careful ascent.About halfway up, the boy falters.“What’s going to happen if you fall?” Chris asks, hand outstretched. Ryland looks up, grinning. He nearly makes it to the top before reaching out for his dad.“Look out here,” Ryland says, peering out the window at the road that leads back toward Sutherland Springs. Chris gestures in that direction, saying he avoids the town and the church if he can help it, “I don’t even go over there.”He knows one day he’ll be done on the job site, Ryland will be in school and he’ll probably be back in his job as a truck driver. One day, he knows he’ll have to talk about what happened in the church last November.But not yet.“Next time,” Chris says. “Maybe I can talk more.”