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  • Game of Thrones | The Red Bulletin
    of Thrones 9 articles found Culture The Mother of Dragons GoT Special Emilia Clarke talks about life as Daenerys Targaryen Culture Theon and Samwell GoT Special Alfie Allen and John Bradley talk about Theon and Sam s troubles Culture Sansa Stark GoT Special Sophie Turner talks season 5 her choice in men and male nudity Culture Melisandre and Davos GoT Special Liam Cunningham Carice van Houten talk Game of Thrones

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  • Michelle Dockery's Bittersweet Goodbye from Downton Abbey
    around the house for the last time We went and sat on Matthew s bench and had a cry It was bittersweet Culture Killer Role Actor Gethin Anthony talks about playing Charles Manson in the NBC show Aquarius Advertising What have you learned from six year s of playing Lady Mary that you will take with you She is a very strong character and she is honest I guess I will take that with me her strength of character And the clothes maybe She is very stylish What was it like working with Maggie Smith It was amazing even right up until the last scenes I played with her I still pinch myself sometimes when I think of the opportunity I have had to work with such a great actress She is one of our finest The whole job was such an education Watching someone like Maggie work and watching her acting it really was incredible We went and sat on Matthew s bench and had a cry It was bittersweet Michelle Dockery on the last moments of Downton Abbey How relevant was fashion on the show Extremely relevant My character wore a lot of what looks like Chanel in this season And I just loved the simplicity and elegance of the period I have learned a lot actually about style and what suits me just in my own life from the show because I didn t really know that much about fashion before And of course the fashion world from the very early days caught on Ralph Lauren did a whole collection which was a homage to Downton after the first series And that s a Wrap LastDaysOfDownton downtonabbey official DavidEvans One of our talented directors I ve learnt so much from you A photo posted by Michelle Dockery theladydockers on Aug 10 2015 at 11 25am PDT Do you have a favourite piece of clothing from the show I have had some great hats Sometimes I think maybe we should wear hats more I like seeing women wearing hats at weddings That seems to be coming back now There is a lot of hats in this series I wonder if it will all catch on What kind of person would you have been back in the 20ies Upstairs or downstairs Well I think in truth my family heritage I would have been below stairs But if it was your decision I guess Mary s life is a great life All those lovely clothes I d take that Laughs Advertising Do you have any special memories from the show There are so many The foundations of the character really a lot of that came from that relationship with Matthew Crawley I loved that relationship and I loved working with Dan Stevens Some of my favourite scenes to play were for instance the train station in the second series seeing him off to war Those were some really special moments for me on the show For me it is about

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  • Why should we be excited about Netflix's New Marvel Show Jessica Jones?
    to making shows And let s not beat about the bush here Daredevil Was Awesome There were plenty of sceptics before that show came out simply because of the diabolical 2003 film that even managed to spawn a spin off remember those dark times when Elektra was one of the major comic book releases of the year Netflix has proven that they have what it takes to meet the expectations of a very demanding fan base Culture Daredevil British actor Charlie Cox talks about playing Marvel s iconic superhero Advertising YouTube Netflix Female Superhero Jones will be the first female superhero to have a her own show in the Marvel Universe Agent Carter didn t have powers Breaking Bad s Kristen Ritter will star as the jaded superhero Ritter is known for her charismatic and quirky performances and it is going to be fun to see her take on bad guys twice her size Kristen Ritter will be taking on the bad guys as Jessica Jones Advertising It s going to be dark Very dark Daredevil introduced a darker grittier vision of the Marvel world and Jessica Jones looks set to take that even further The actual comic was much darker than others and these abuses psychological problems and pain she s been through will be shown Doctor Who is the big bad Well not literally but former Doctor Who star David Tennant will be playing Kilgrave aka Purple Man in the show He s the reason our leading lady had to cut her superhero career short He s been compared to Vincent D Onofrio s take on Wilson Fisk in Daredevil by Marvel s Head of Television Jeph Loeb David Tennant s Purple Man seems to like one colour in particular Luke Cage If you ve never heard of

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  • Ming-Na Wen talks Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
    little sexism It is all about skills and about what each person can contribute Getty Images Would you like to be part of an Avengers movie It would be fantastic to be in one of the Marvel movies although I feel we are doing a mini movie every single week I think we forget how little time we have A movie has a year or more to accomplish things we have eight days and our visual effects team has two weeks It is amazing that we accomplish so much But if I was in an Avengers movie I wouldn t mind hanging out with Thor a little bit Laughs Do you feel the pressure that comes with a huge franchise like Marvel s Avengers I was actually really nervous just auditioning for Joss Whedon because I was such a fan of his Once I got the job it became the pressure of living up to the expectations of the fans I think in season 2 we have worked out all our growing pains And there is an element since Captain America The Winter Soldier where you see the demise of S H I E L D you know it has created a whole different dynamic a really darker more serious tone to season 2 How does one prepare for the life of an agent I imagine it to be a bit exhausting Oh no I sit around and sunbath No seriously it is the hardest job I have been in this business for almost three decades and it is one of the hardest roles that I have ever worked on It is not just about the lines or the long hours it is the physical side of learning how to do stunt fighting You have to remember the choreography in a very short amount of time and make it look good We have an incredible stunt team and I have wonderful doubles that help me but I do about 80 percent of my stunts I get a lot of bruises and take a lot of painkillers Painkillers are my friends So you love doing your own stunts Yeah I love it I think it is sexy Advertising Ming Na Wen in action with Clarke Gregg Agent Coulson Getty Images Sounds like your children have a tough mum at home right You know what s funny My son was only six at the time of our pilot episode He came running backstage because he was so excited after seeing the pilot episode because he learned that mummy knew how to fly a plane Laughs He couldn t believe it I didn t want to break his little world so I said Of course I can fly a plane Can you imagine retiring one day and doing something completely different Yes I love interior decorating And I am writing a book right now a lifestyle book because a lot of people want to know how I stay so young looking Interesting what

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  • Memorize a Deck of Cards in Under 60 Seconds
    kind of party trick one that s easier than it seems 2 VISUALIZE IT If we can chunk 3 cards into one group you ve suddenly reduced 52 things you have to memorize down to 17 plus a left over card It s a memorization strategy called PAO Person Action Object It s an opportunity for our brains to visualize the cards and remember them in pictures rather than as abstract things Let s start with the 12 face cards you set aside and give each one a person to associate with it Whatever the card reminds you of go with it For example King of Clubs for me is Tiger Woods because he is the king of clubs King of Hearts is my dad because hearts makes me think of family and he is the king of my family King of Diamonds makes me think of Donald Trump because he s probably got a crap ton of diamonds Once you have people picked out decide on an action and an object for each Make it something that makes sense to that person something that is so obvious you don t really need to memorize it For example King of Clubs is Tiger Woods his action is playing golf and his object is a golf club The formula is always the same it s a person doing an action with an object Three cards one image Who s Aces in your life Can you tell a story about them 3 FIND YOUR MEMORY PALACE Now that you ve got visuals for the cards we need a place to store them when you memorize them What better place to use than the places you walk through every day your home your office or even the local Starbucks Our brains are very good at remembering spacial information so if we can imagine ourselves walking through a place we know well we can deposit the images of cards we are memorizing along the way Then when it comes time to recalling them we just imagine ourselves walking back through that place and we pick up the images as we go translating them back into cards Sounds weird I know but trust me it works All memory pros use this NO EXCEPTION 4 MOVE ON TO THE NUMBERS Once you ve mastered memorizing the face cards the next step is figuring out the PAOs for the rest of the deck namely the number value cards While face cards were pretty intuitive to create images for numbers aren t so obvious So we will need a system But first go through the deck and see if there are any cards that seem obvious Here s an example 1 A Clubs C 2 B Diamonds D 3 C Spades S 4 D Heart H 5 E 6 S 7 G 8 H 9 N 0 O Ace of Spades is an A and an S Ace A Spades S A S Arnold Schwarzenegger Weightlifting Barbell 2

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  • Why Are We So Obsessed with Zombies?
    zombies as a critique aimed at the socials ills of the time Fun Fact Chocolate syrup was used to simulate blood and human flesh was ham The actors were therefore eating chocolate coated ham a combination which will make anyone turn a little pale after a while Culture From game to movie From Mortal Kombat to Super Mario The best and worst films based on games Culture The 10 best men s films 10 films every man should have seen We may not enjoy living together but dying together isn t going to solve anything Helen Cooper Night of the Living dead YouTube SinanDC Advertising The Dawn Dawn of the Living Dead Director George A Romero Year 1978 10 years after creating the genre Romero returned to make what many consider the best zombie film ever made It portrays the slow plodding inevitability of mankind s extinction The film once again serves as a critque at modern society and the consumerism of our culture as the battle for survival takes place in a location that was so important to both the living and the dead the shopping mall Ultra violence detailed flesh eating and social tensions make it a film that musn t be missed but don t watch it while having your dinner Fun Fact Some of the cast were made physically sick by the makeup work We ve got to survive Somebody s got to survive Stephen Dawn of the Dead YouTube Coldheart9009 Advertising The Shaun Shaun of the Dead Director Edgar Wright Year 2004 The world had been treated to plenty of RomComs a number of ZomComs but 2004 s Shaun of the Dead brought a new genre to the fray The RomZomCom Hilarious and ridiculously gory in equal amounts the film breathed new life into an erm dying genre and once again showed that British cinema still has a thing or two to teach the Hollywood majors about making a hit Fun Fact George A Romero creator of the films that this movie pays homage to and lampoons was so impressed with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright s work that he asked them to appear in Land of the Dead 2005 the fourth part of his Dead series in cameos as zombies Ohh for God s sake He s got an arm off Shaun Shaun of the Dead YouTube Movieclips Trailer Vault The House House of the Dead Director Uwe Boll Year 2003 The zombie genre has delivered some great films over the years but also a huge heap of steaming dead rubbish along the way as well so picking one film to represent the worst the genre has to offer wasn t easy But when it comes to bad films legendary bad film maker Uwe Boll is never far from the top of the list House of the Dead is easily one of the worst zombie films ever made Oh and if there was a category for worst trailer then this little gem would be

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  • The Most Obscure Superhero Films You Need To See
    Perlman as Hellboy was a masterstroke from the Mexican as his physical prowess experience with make up roles and comedy timing helped Perlman create one of the most iconic antiheros to date Advertising 2 Spawn YouTube Movieclips Trailer Vault Years before Hellboy popped out of the firey underbelly of the earth there was another from bowels of hell on the silver screen Spawn In 1997 when comic book films were not the major summer blockbusters and Will Smith was on every major film poster director Mark A Z Dippé tried something a little different with his debut film To call it an ambitious project would be an understatement Full of impressive effects for the time and imaginitive creations the film sees Michael Jai White s special agent make a pact with the demon king Malebolgia in order to seek revenge on those that left him for dead While it may not have been a hit at the box office or with the critics the film is worth watching for John Leguizamo s transformation alone 3 Darkman YouTube Movieclips Trailer Vault Where there is a will there s a way In 1990 instead of forking out tons of money on comic book film rights Sam Raimi decided to create his own superhero Darkman was the result think Phantom of the Opera meets Batman with a hint of Elephantman and you re on the right lines Starring Liam Neeson before he became a bonefide action hero in his own right the film sees scientist Peyton Westlake left for dead after a gangster attack leaves him badly burned Rather than seeking medical help or therapy Westlake does what every sane scientist would do he seeks vengence And in very bloody superhero style Advertising 4 Unbreakable YouTube TheTrailerSiteDOTcom Unbreakable comes from a time when M Night Shyamalans was still making films worth watching yes it seems like an eternity ago The film is a refreshingly real portrayal of a superhero origin story The slow pace of the film is also in stark contrast to the superhero films we ve grown accustomed to and it makes for a very pleasant change 5 Mystery Men YouTube Movieclips Who do you turn too when the real heroes are missing T he Mystery Men of course Led by Ben Stiller s Mr Furious this team of ragtag wannabes would not be your first choice to save the world but you won t find a funnier bunch of heroes out there This wildy underrated film knows how to hit the funny bone as it plays on every ordinary person s desire to be special Advertising 6 Constantine YouTube jackmanou Not to be confused with the very average TV series of the same name this 2005 attempt at bringing chain smoking plain talking antihero John Constantine to life was a dark and at times violent affair The critics failed to warm to it upon its release but the return at the Box Office justified debut director Francis Lawrence s decision

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