Archive for July 28, 2017
The question on many fans’ minds has been, will Ben Affleck sign on for Matt Reeves’ planned The Batman trilogy? Warner Bros. officially kicked off the DC Extended Universe last year with Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, which introduced audiences to Affleck’s Batman as well as Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. The duo will next be reprising their roles in Snyder’s Justice League later this year, which sees them unite with the rest of the world’s finest heroes — Superman (Henry Cavill), Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) — against Steppenwolf and his Parademon army.
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Rachel House has had an extensive amount of work throughout the years, having been an actor in numerous theatrical productions as well as films and television shows like Whale Rider, White Lies, and Disney’s Moana. It was revealed at the Marvel panel at San Diego Comic Con 2017 that she would be portraying the role of Topaz in Thor: Ragnarok.
Screen Rant got a chance to talk to Rachel House at SDCC, where we discussed her character Topaz in Thor: Ragnarok and asked her about the Grandmaster.
What can you tell us about Topaz because this is the first time we have heard this news?
Rachel House: Well I see her as the Grandmaster’s bodyguard. She’s very protective and doesn’t like when he shows affection towards other people. Yeah. Particularly Valkyrie. She doesn’t like Valkyrie.
She doesn’t like Valkyrie?
Rachel House: No. Because the Grandmaster is very fond of Valkyrie and its upsetting ...
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Few networks ran with their niche programming better than Nickelodeon did—particularly in the 1990s. With the whole of their content aimed exclusively at teens, preteens, and kids in general, it would have been easy for the network to deliver several one-note shows that passed through the pop culturescape and were forgotten as quickly as they aired. But while the great majority of TV shows that aired on Nick in the ‘90s may be long gone, an enduring and loyal fan base has insured they won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
Several Nickelodeon shows, from Double Dare to
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