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Pierce Brosnan Is Dr. Fate In “Black Adam”

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Pierce Brosnan will play the enigmatic golden masked Dr. Fate in the upcoming “Black Adam” movie at New Line, Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films. Marking his first superhero movie, Brosnan’s casting marks the last key member of the classic Justice Society team to be cast – joining Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Noah Centineo as…

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Pierce Brosnan will play the enigmatic golden masked Dr. Fate in the upcoming “Black Adam” movie at New Line, Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films.

Marking his first superhero movie, Brosnan’s casting marks the last key member of the classic Justice Society team to be cast – joining Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Noah Centineo as Atom Smasher, and Quintessa Swindell as Cyclone.

Brosnan’s version is Kent Nelson, a son of an archeologist who was taught sorcery skills and was given the magical Helmet of Fate. “Aladdin” and “The Old Guard” star Marwan Kenzari also has a role, but it’s being kept secret for now.

They all join Dwayne Johnson as the titular Black Adam in the movie described as a film adopting a familial and multi-generational approach to heroics.

Shooting kicks off in April in Atlanta with Jaume Collet-Serra directing while Johnson, Dany Garcia, Beau Flynn and Hiram Garcia are producing. Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani wrote the latest draft of the script.

Brosnan was last seen in the Oscar-nominated “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga” and has a new musical adaptation of “Cinderella” on the way.

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Border towns, tourist destinations brace for B.C. travel restrictions

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Communities on both sides of the Alberta-British Columbia border are bracing for incoming travel restrictions that the B.C. government says will be coming Friday.

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Communities on both sides of the Alberta-British Columbia border are bracing for incoming travel restrictions that the B.C. government says will be coming Friday.


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Toronto, Peel to close businesses with 5 or more COVID-19 cases linked to the workplace

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Toronto and Peel Region are issuing orders to force businesses with five or more cases of COVID-19 in the last two weeks to close.

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Magpies dominate AFLW All-Australian team

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Collingwood have dominated the 2021 AFLW All-Australian team with Brianna Davey named captain and three other Magpies in the line-up.Davey averaged 23.1 disposals per game and also won the AFLPA most valuable player, leading the Magpies to a second-consecutive finals series.Six players were named All-Australian for the first time: Collingwood duo Roby Schleicher and Brittany…

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Collingwood have dominated the 2021 AFLW All-Australian team with Brianna Davey named captain and three other Magpies in the line-up.

Davey averaged 23.1 disposals per game and also won the AFLPA most valuable player, leading the Magpies to a second-consecutive finals series.

Six players were named All-Australian for the first time: Collingwood duo Roby Schleicher and Brittany Bonnici, Fremantle’s Janelle Cuthbertson, St Kilda’s Georgia Patrikios, Richmond captain Katie Brennan and Carlton ruck Breann Moody.

North Melbourne captain Emma Kearney and Melbourne stalwart Karen Paxman became the only two players to have been named All-Australian in all five seasons of the AFLW competition.

Five other players retained their spots from the 21 players named in the 2020 AFL Women’s All Australian Team – Sarah Allan (Adelaide Crows), Kate Lutkins (Brisbane Lions), Kiara Bowers (Fremantle), Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne) and Alyce Parker (GWS).

Competition leading goalkicker Darcy Vescio was named on the interchange, with Erin Phillips and Chloe Molloy preferred in the forward line.

2021 AFLW ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM

FB: Sarah Allan (Adelaide), Meghan McDonald (Geelong)

HB: Ruby Schleicher (Collingwood), Kate Lutkins (Brisbane), Janelle Cuthbertson (Fremantle)

C: Monique Conti (Richmond), Kiara Bowers (Fremantle), Georgia Patrikios (St Kilda)

HF: Jasmine Garner (North Melbourne), Katie Brennan (Richmond), Ellie Blackburn (Western Bulldogs)

FF: Erin Phillips (Adelaide), Chloe Molloy (Collingwood)

FOLL: Breann Moody (Carlton), Brianna Davey (Collingwood), Alyce Parker (GWS)

I/C: Ebony Marinoff (Adelaide), Brittany Bonnici (Collingwood), Darcy Vescio (Carlton), Karen Paxman (Melbourne), Emma Kearney (North Melbourne).

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