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If you're an ardent 'Game of Thrones' viewer, you'd be amassed with a number of theories doing the rounds already. Well, that's a fact because everyone has a prediction to make for the show, especially since it all got over so quickly. And by all, I mean the Night King and his army. But a new theory about the Night King and the Three-Eyed-Raven has surfaced on Reddit and it makes quite a bit of sense. (c)HBO According to Redditor u/idols2effigies, the Three-Eyed-Raven is the real villain of the show and the Night King is just a pawn in the entire story. He goes on to say that in episode 3 of season 1, the Old Nan, right before she tells Bran the story of the White Walkers and the Long Night, an old crow appears on the window. When Bran turns his head to look at it, she says "Don't listen to it. Crows are all liars". Right after she says this line, she brings up the White Walkers and the Long Night and hints at the true nature of the Three-Eyed-Raven, the supposed good guy. Here take a look: The Redditor then goes on to say that the Three-Eyed Raven had planned to get rid of the Night King and all of mankind from the very beginning. But for him to do that he needed to bring the Night King closer to the South of the Wall. But since he was stuck in the tree, he used Bran to do that instead. If you remember season 6 episode 5, Bran meets the Night King in one of his visions. This is basically the Three-Eyed-Raven's ploy to force Bran's consciousness in to a situation which allowed the Night King to take over. Since he meets Bran, he knows exactly where to come find him. What am I trying to get at? Well, the Redditer states that maybe the Night King doesn't want to exist in the first place and wants to destroy himself and his army, by killing his creator, the Three-Eyed-Raven. (c)HBO Well, if you remember the Death Swirl or the spiral created by the Night King and his army. According to the Redditer, "A spiral is a symbol that shows that from one spot, everything is connected and "spirals" outward, that what has happened will continue to happen again." In simple terms, if you remove whatever's there in the middle of the spiral, the effects of the spiral will cease to exist. pic.twitter.com/nV003g82s6 — Game of Thrones Season 8 theories (@GOTS8theories) 17 April 2019 Now you may wonder how is the Three Eyed-Raven the Night King's creator? Yes, in season 6 episode 5, we do see the Children Of The Forest create the Night King, but who is to say, they were only following the Three -Eyed-Raven's orders? If you notice the scene carefully again, it's his face we see carved on the Weirdwood tree where the night king was created. pic.twitter.com/bKMu2nhGge — Game of Thrones Season 8 theories (@GOTS8theories) 3 May 2019 Now why does the Redditer believe the Three-Eyed-Raven is the real enemy? According to him the Three-Eyed-Raven and the Children Of The Forest are portrayed as these humble, nice magical beings who want good things to happen in the foreseeable future and want the White Walkers out, even though they were the ones who created them. But according to the theory, destruction of mankind is all they ever wanted. According to the Reditter, the entire threat of the dead army was orchestrated by the Three-Eyed Raven, to get exactly what he wants, which is get rid of the threat towards him and rejoin the waking world, all at once. So all in all, the Three-Eyed Raven only helped in the Battle of Winterfell, through Bran because he wanted to protect himself against the Night King, who was his own creation. (c)HBO Well, this theory may just sum up the entire series for us. Since we're still struggling for closure from the last episode, hopefully this Redditer is right and we get to see a major twist towards the end!
Roman Reigns Nails The 'Mogambo Khush Hua' Dialogue & Could Become A Great Bollywood Villain
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThe World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is trying extensively to bring onboard the Indian audience as their dream to expand the viewership beyond the United States of America and Canada, and go global, becomes more and more realistic with time. But, in order to make that happen, it is an absolute essential that the WWE superstars get acclimated to the Indian culture, first and foremostly, Bollywood, that drives the 'Indian lifestyle' in a major way. In the lastest, WWE NOW INDIA's host, Gaelyn Mendonca, was out on a quest to make some of the most famous WWE performers shout out the most iconic dialogues through the generations of Hindi cinema and we've got to say, the results were fantastic: While the organisation's Chief Brand Officer, Stephanie McMahon tried out Aamir Khan's line from 'Dangal' and Nikki Bella did her best to say the understandably confusing Akshay Kumar dialogue from 'Rowdy Rathore', we had a tough time choosing between Kurt Angle's “Basanti, in kutto ke samne mat nachna” from the 1975 classic 'Sholay' and Roman Reigns' “Mogambo khush hua” from Anil Kapoor starrer 'Mr. India'. via GIPHY WWE also held a detailed tryouts in India a couple of weeks ago when superstars like Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods came to Mumbai to select the best crop of talented Indian in-ring performers and to provide them with the opportunity to become a part of the elite WWE family. In an exclusive interview with MensXP, the three wrestlers even revealed the important prerequisites to make it big in the pro-wrestling world. Ohh yes! They are here and they're EXCITED... for #WWETryoutIndia and Indian Pancakes! ð¥ððª@TrueKofi @WWEBigE @XavierWoodsPhD #IndiaWelcomesTheNewDay pic.twitter.com/1Et2I4ENYc — WWE (@WWEIndia) March 3, 2019 Here's an excerpt: “It definitely takes passion and drive to be on top. We're always trying to figure out how we can entertain at the highest level. As passionate as the WWE Universe is, they deserve it. You're going to get told 'no' a lot and you have to figure out how you're going to succeed. The 'Power of Positivity' is not just something that we preached on TV. We bring that mentality to the workplace,” said Kofi, the current WWE champion. Check out the full interview here.
The Real Villain On 'Game Of Thrones' Is Not The Character We've Been Assuming For So Long
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThe third episode of the final season of 'Game Of Thrones' was full of surprises. The abrupt death of the Night King and his army of the undead, who have been hyped for so long, is still hard to process. © HBO While the Night King and the White Walkers have been the greatest threat inside the 'Game Of Thrones' world, the conflict central to the storyline is, however, the politics over the Iron Throne, and as it turns out, the Night King doesn't prove to be the prime enemy in this narrative. © HBO However, look at it this way. Cersei Lannister is sitting on the Iron Throne right now. She's had to manipulate, betray and even sacrifice her way to the top. But is she a fitting Queen for the Westerosi? She's already put the throne in debt by getting the Golden Company's army. In all these seasons, she's given little to no importance to the people around her, including her own brother Jaime. And if you look at the death count, you'll realize that the lives of all the major characters are still intact. Theon and Ser Jorah, Beric and Edd were the main characters that died. The people that survived included Brienne, Podrick, Tormund, and Grey Worm, who all seemed truly doomed at various moments. All named characters hiding in the crypts appeared to survive, as did both dragons and Jon's direwolf, Ghost. It was much less death than expected, in terms of the major characters. The only war that matters now, lies South, where Cersei is definitely in no mood to give her throne up. The Mad Queen is a more appropriate villain, a kind whose ulterior motives can at least be attempted to understand by the audience. Her surprising twists in the past have never failed to surprise us. She clearly has something up her sleeve that could shock us along with her enemies.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsAbout two months ago, there were rumours floating about that Rami Malek might be the new Bond villain and well, it's finally confirmed! Can you imagine, a guy, who was once in a 'Twilight' movie is now not just an Oscar winner but also the new Bond villain? Yeah, me neither. I feel like no one really remembered Rami Malek playing a vampire in the last 'Twilight' movie, and it's safe to say he's come a long, long way since then. The announcement came during a press event which included a handful of the cast, including James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, along with director Cary Fukunaga where they teased the new movie. Even though Rami himself wasn't present, he did make sure to send a video message, confirming he'll be the new 'Bond 25' villain. A word about #BOND25 from Rami Malek pic.twitter.com/CLJ5mpO9mu — James Bond (@007) April 25, 2019 Already giving out a warning to 007, he said, “I promise you all, I will be making sure Mr Bond does not have an easy ride in this, his twenty-fifth outing.” Honestly, I can totally see him as an evil and menacing villain, he really fits the role perfectly. Well, the reason he wasn't in Jamaica with Bond himself was that he appeared on Good Morning America and obviously, he talked about his new villainous ways. He, of course, praised Daniel Craig and said, “It'll be very interesting to go up against that man.” .@ItsRamiMalek on being the villain in the next @007 movie: "It's thrilling...they're timeless movies." #Bond25 pic.twitter.com/p4Rcx54E3t — Good Morning America (@GMA) April 25, 2019 Well, he can't really say anything more as of now, but he had a warning yet again - “I'm gonna give him a run for his money.” Considering this is Daniel Craig's last stint as Bond, it'll surely be a memorable one and him going against Rami just makes it even more interesting.
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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsMarvel vs DC is an argument that will never end, even when Jason Momoa has said “screw it”, and supported all the other superheroes from other universes as well. © Instagram But, fans always love a heated debate on crucial matters like which cinematic universe is better, which superhero is better than the other, and now, even which villain is better. A new form of Marvel Vs DC argument began yesterday, with people trying to figure out who's a better villain - Thanos or Bane. Thanos or Bane? Let's argue. — Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) March 5, 2019 Both of them have proved how powerful and well, villainous, they are in their own right. I mean, Thanos basically defeated the Avengers the last time we saw him, and 'dusted' half the life in the entire universe and Bane is, well, the bane of Batman's existence. And thus, a discussion began. Compelling argument. Bane lost to Batman, Thanos destroyed the Avengers. — David Weissman (@davidmweissman) March 5, 2019 Well. Bane lost to the dude that took down the Justice League, depending on how you slice things — Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) March 5, 2019 There's a lot of love for Thanos. Thanos no question. U caping for DC Comics I see lol — Damien Woody (@damienwoody) March 5, 2019 A very, very important addition. pic.twitter.com/UzpQ2Cor1G — Edgar Fernandez (@Edgar_usmc) March 5, 2019 More love for Thanos. Okay. Thanos defeated the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. Bane was essentially Talia's henchman who got taken out by Catwoman pressing the wrong button on the Batpod. — Sean Campbell (@Melanism) March 5, 2019 Good point. Thanos hung his own jersey from the rafters... #NoBrainer pic.twitter.com/GQldt3TcwS — Chuck Whitlock II (@2Kalculated_) March 5, 2019 Thanos, all the way. If it's Bane from Dark Knight Rises, Thanos wins in a landslide. If this is juiced up, big hulking Arkham Asylum/comics Bane.......Thanos wins in a landslide https://t.co/zCyVpk9oET — Vox da ghost (@Goldyvox) March 5, 2019 Oh, wait. “Thanos or Bane? Let's-“ *snaps* https://t.co/Nv6frGjJV7 — lauren warrenðSXSW (@iamlaurenp) March 5, 2019 A nicely put argument. If you're asking who would win in a fight, Thanos would beat Bane without breaking a sweat, infinity stones or not. He's a titan. If it's whose performance was better, Tom Hardy is 3 car lengths ahead of Josh Brolin. — Rusty Westerholm (@RustyWesterholm) March 5, 2019 Thanos wouldn't dare. Bane even died in a cartoonish way. Got hit by Catwoman crashing in on a moped. Thanos would never. — ðððATLANTA IS A SOCCER TOWN! ððð(@Lex_Naija) March 5, 2019 No one can compete with Thanos' powers. Hmmmm………. Tough question. I'll say it depends on what we are comparing here. Physical powers? Ideology? Their respective personal stories? Bane's story and personality are far more interesting but Thanos's powers are not up for discussion. https://t.co/zkgvptb63H — Puff Mammy. (@PaolaAudrey) March 5, 2019 Some love for Bane. This isn't even a contest. Bane broke Batman without a bunch of all powerful infiniti stones. His motive is he just wants to burn everything down because society is too corrupt. That's more interesting than some arbitrary bullshit about getting rid of half of everyone. https://t.co/8sbwKkh72e — Chett Manley (@ChettManley) March 5, 2019 Finally. Tryna figure out how in any universe Bane vs Thanos is even up for discussion ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ð¤¦ð¾âï¸ pic.twitter.com/93IpHV0qoV — Jay Papito De'leon (@BIGMONEY_JAYYY) March 5, 2019
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsCan you imagine a guy, who was once in a Twilight movie is now a freaking Oscar winner? Yeah, me neither. I feel like no one really remembered Rami Malek playing a vampire in the last Twilight movie, and it's safe to say he's come a long, long way since then. Rami is still being smothered in praises for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and now, he has another incredible role already lined up. Turns out, he's going to play the villain in the next Bond movie. Actually, it's not like his Oscar win had to do anything with him getting the role, the only problem was scheduling, as he had to shoot for 'Mr Robot'. But, now it seems like everything has been figured out and the negotiations are almost done. Get ready, we will probably have a cool new Bond villain soon! Everyone is! Rami Malek going from Freddie Mercury to Bond villain? I'm down for that! https://t.co/mqZJ63mOTw — Tyler Calvert (@Tyler_Calvert23) February 27, 2019 Just to be clear, they wanted him before the Oscar win. They love getting recent Oscar winners for their villains. First Javier Bardem, then Christoph Waltz, now Rami Malek. I dig it. — charley15z (@tcallerman) February 27, 2019 Let him! Please let him wear those Mercury teeth, please let him wear those Mercury teeth, please let him wear those Mercury teeth, please let him wear those Mercury teeth, please let him wear those Mercury teeth, please let him wear those Mercury teeth. https://t.co/d0lzkKx84j — Adam Lowes (@adlow76) February 27, 2019 He would be, tbh. This makes me very happy. I could see Rami Malek becoming an iconic Bond villain given the talent involved in this movie. https://t.co/u9vIoxxecd — Nolan Dean ð(he/him) (@nolandean27) February 28, 2019 Everything is a surprise! Damn, Rami's career is like rocket science. I remember when he was playing as Benjamin in Breaking Dawn. Now he got an Oscar and playing as villain in Bond 25. ðhttps://t.co/Yu8mLTrHEV — Dinda. (@ClaireBearStory) February 27, 2019 I need to check them out now. If you've seen Rami Malek in interviews you'll know he's already a Bond villain. — Dan Marcus (@Danimalish) February 28, 2019 He really is. Awards season made me side eye him, but he's a great actor. I'm into it. https://t.co/DoVqO4rN4G — Ami (@Amic_8197) February 27, 2019 He would be so good. LISTEN I like this. Despite the steaming pile of garbage that is Bohemian Rhapsody, I think that Malek is a very good actor and I definitely think he would make a cool, suave, unpredictable villain. Especially in a Cary Fukunaga movie! https://t.co/fPwfE2xSFa — Mary (@mareli221) February 27, 2019 Yes, everyone. Am I going to watch a Bond movie purely for Rami? Of course https://t.co/pt00ayKnhg — zoe is kinda ia (@arcofagamotto) February 28, 2019 Someone make it happen! Me reading this tweet still waiting for @idriselba to be announced as bond. pic.twitter.com/VGx7juuMpv — Mike Namez (@MikeNamez) February 27, 2019 It would kill it! imagine idris elba as bond and rami malek as the villian... THE FLAVOR https://t.co/2YcFNke6wJ — amber (@tyrellwellthic) February 27, 2019 Can't wait. Rami Malek is rumoured to be the next Bond villain, can't wait for him to add 16 syllables to "Mr Bond" — Cam Williams (@MrCamW) February 28, 2019
Turns Out Loki Was Never A Villain, Not Even When He Was Trying To Conquer Earth In 'Avengers'
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsLoki has always been a fan favourite Marvel villain and Tom Hiddleston is just a small part of it. Everyone loves the character and people even loved the 'evil' Loki, but a new development is suggesting that he might have never even been evil, he was probably never even a villain. A good day for all Loki stans, isn't it? For the theory, we have to go all the way back to the first 'Avengers' movie. Remember Loki's sceptre given to him by Thanos? We know that it can be used to control the minds of other people, and we saw that when Loki used that on Hawkeye and Erik Selvig, but what Loki probably didn't know was that it can also influence the person using it. Wonder why Thanos failed to mention that? Oh right, because the purple giant is the worst. We also know now that the sceptre also contained the mind stone, which is able to override one's thought, making Loki just as susceptible to its power as anyone else. And, this isn't just a theory anymore. Some fans noted that Marvel confirmed this theory on the official character page for Loki, and yep, the Mind stone did corrupt Loki, it's canon now. Here's the excerpt from Marvel's official website: “Arriving at the Sanctuary through a wormhole caused by the Bifrost, Loki met the Other, ruler of the ancient race of extraterrestrials the Chitauri, and Thanos. Offering the God of Mischief dominion over his brother's favourite realm Earth, Thanos requested the Tesseract in return. Gifted with a Scepter that acted as a mind control device, Loki would be able to influence others. Unbeknownst to him, the Scepter was also influencing him, fueling his hatred over his brother Thor and the inhabitants of Earth.” So basically, Loki wasn't the villain of 'The Avengers' at all. He was just as much the victim of the Mind Stone as anyone else, and there's now an explanation of why his character changed over the course of movies. I mean, all he wanted in 'Thor: Ragnarok' was a sugar daddy and live his best life as a sugar baby, that doesn't really sound villainous. The angry, self-righteous grape, now that's the villain we should all hate!