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Breathe easy, X-Men fans: You will get to see Anna Paquin in X-Men: Days of Future Past after all.
In December, director Bryan Singer told Entertainment Weekly that the True Blood star “won’t appear” in the superhero sequel after the only action sequence involving her character Rogue had to be cut from the film. Singer explained that in the editing process, he discovered the sequence was “extraneous” to the story. “Unfortunately, it was the one and only sequence Anna Paquin was in, the Rogue character was in,” Singer said. “Even though she’s in the materials and part of the process of making the film, she won’t appear in it.”
That sequence may not have survived, but it turns out, Rogue has. After noticing Paquin’s name was conspicuously present in the credits following the newest trailer for the film released late Tuesday, a rep for 20th Century Fox has confirmed that Paquin is back in the film. “Essentially, [it’s] a cameo,” the rep said.
1. Creme Egg Donuts.
2. Creme Egg Brownies.
3. Creme Egg Pudding.
4. Homemade Creme Eggs.
5. Dip Toasted Brioche In A Creme Egg.
6. Deep Fried Creme Eggs.
7. Creme Egg Cupcakes.
8. Creme Eggs Benedict.
9. Creme Egg Salad Sandwich.
10. Creme Egg Toastie.
11. Creme Egg Foo Young.
12. Creme Egg and Bacon Rolls.
13. Creme Egg Cocktail
14. Creme Egg Chocolate Hearts.
15. Creme Egg Milkshake.
16. Creme Egg Cookies.
17. Creme Egg pie.
Following 12 years of complex designs and intense training, aviation pioneers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg are set to conquer new heights, taking up the challenge of the Swiss duo unveiled last week Solar Impulse 2, a revolutionary aircraft designed to achieve the longest ever flight in the history of aviation in terms of duration for a single pilot. It will attempt to fly non-stop for 120 hours (yes, that’s five successive days and nights) over oceans and continents without a drop of fuel. First solar flight around the globe.
Harmony Road that has never been flooded over.. is.. as you can see. I hope drivers will be driving bellow the speed limit while attempting to pass through this small lake.
The PWAA team competed in the gold medal round having only given up 1 goal (out of 5 games) heading into the final game of the event. They lost to Oakville bringing home the silver.
It’s been an exciting weekend at Provincials for the PeeWee AA Belleville Bearcats. After opening the round robin series with a 2-0 victory against the powerhouse London Devilettes, where the Bearcats remained calm and composed and London was panicking to overcome the firerce Bearcats, the girls went on to face the Mississauga Chiefs in the afternoon. The Bearcats were up 3-0 by the end of the third with goals by Alexa and Melissa and ended the game with that score and Emma’s second shutout victory of the series.
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Brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg have decided to call Toronto their new home — or at least a home for their burgers.
Wahlburgers, a casual burger restaurant founded by the siblings, announced Monday they will open a new joint downtown this summer at 46 Blue Jay Way.
“The Toronto location is in a perfect, high traffic spot and fits the needs of our local partners,” Rick Vanzura, CEO of Wahlburgers, said in an emailed statement.
Wahlburgers is also known for its starring role in the A&E Network’s original series “Wahlburgers” that focuses on the original franchise in Boston. The joint’s retro modern decor is intended to symbolize how the brothers went from kids growing up in recession-stricken neighbourhood in Boston to becoming a chef and international celebrities.
A similar design is planned for the Toronto location.
“We look forward to working with (our partners) on the transformation of the space,” said Vanzura.
A handful of new restaurants are also planned for Boston and Philadelphia, and, like Toronto, will be serving up the menu’s classic ground beef burgers, pure beef hotdogs, crispy fries, onion rings, tater tots and specialty frappes.
“These are the next steps in building Wahlburgers into a great and enduring worldwide brand. We have built the restaurant and partnerships with quality and care, and my brothers and I look forward to continuing the journey,” said Mark Wahlberg in a news release.
With the 2016 Summer Olympics looming in the distance, swimmer Michael Phelps is planning to come out of retirement and compete this month for the first time since the London Games. In confirming the swimmer’s return to the pool, though, his longtime coach stopped short of saying Phelps was targeting the Rio de Janeiro Games.
“I don’t know yet. Honestly, we’re kind of taking it day by day,” said Bob Bowman, head coach at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club. “I don’t think either one of us has real expectations other than to have fun, see what happens and go from there. Unlike previous years, there’s no long-term plan.”
The brothers of actor Paul Walker, who died in November, will fill in for the late action star in order to complete scenes in the upcoming film “Fast & Furious 7,” according to a statement posted on the film’s Facebook page.
Caleb and Cody Walker will help finish action scenes for their brother and “fill in small gaps left in production,” the statement said.
Walker, 40, died on November 30 in a fiery one-car crash in Santa Clarita, California, northwest of Los Angeles.
“Having them on set has made us all feel that Paul is with us, too,” the statement said.
Walker was on break from filming “Fast & Furious 7″ at the time of his death, which led to a temporary halt in production.