“ThunderCats,” will be based on the 1985-’90 animated TV show about feline humanoids fighting to survive on a desolate planet against incredible odds.
“Godzilla vs Kong” director Adam Wingard is set to direct the “ThunderCats” movie for Warner Bros. , according to an individual with knowledge of the project. “ThunderCats,” will be based on the 1985-’90 animated TV show about feline humanoids fighting to survive on a desolate planet against incredible odds. The film is being developed by Rideback’s Dan Lin and Vertigo’s Roy Lee, who are also producing and previously collaborated with Wingard on “Death Note.” The first draft of the script was written by David Coggeshall, while Wingard and frequent collaborator Simon Barret will rewrite a new draft of the script. The “ Thundercats ” movie is expected to by a hybrid of both live-action and CGI. The upcoming movie will use the popular animated classic as a jumping off point, then Wingard will do his own spin on the IP. Also Read: 'Snarf! Snarf!': How 'ThunderCats' Producers Rebooted the World's Most Irritating Cartoon Character Originally produced by Rankin-Bass Productions and distributed in syndication, “ThunderCats” focused on a group of humanoid cat beings who, escaping from the doomed planet Thundera, establish a new home on “Third Earth” (essentially Earth thousands of years in the future, following an unknown cataclysm). Forming an alliance with various magical and technological societies, they battle the evil Mumm-Ra and his various nefarious servants. Wingard’s next movie, “Godzilla vs Kong,” opens in theaters and on HBO Max on Wednesday. Adam Wingard is repped by CAA, Grandview and Morris Yorn. Deadline first reported the news. Read original story ‘ThunderCats’ Movie Recruits ‘Godzilla vs Kong’ Director Adam Wingard At TheWrap
AdMit dentolo entspannt zum Zahnarzt. Wir übernehmen: Vollnarkose, Lachgas, Hypnose und Co. Kein Schmerz, keine Scham. Wir sind für Sie da.Eat This, Not That!One Major Side Effect of Eating Chia SeedsChia seeds are often referred to as a superfood as they deliver a ton of nutrients for minimal calories. While they should be enjoyed often, there's one major side effect you should be cognizant of before pouring several tablespoons of the stuff into your morning bowl of oatmeal.If eaten in access, chia seeds can cause various digestive problems, namely bloating.There are a couple of reasons why this can occur. For starters, chia seeds are very high in fiber, containing about 10 grams per 2-tablespoon serving. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the daily recommended intake of fiber is 28 grams for a 2,000-calorie diet.As tempting as it may be to knock out 36% of your daily needs of fiber on chia seeds alone, a 1-ounce serving in one sitting may not be the best move for everyone. This is especially the case if you're currently eating a low-fiber diet, which is the case for the average American, who only consumes 16 grams of fiber in an entire day.To put it in perspective, by eating one serving of chia seeds, you would consume over 60% of your average intake of fiber in one sitting. While fiber is incredibly beneficial to your health, and you should strive to hit the recommended intake, consuming that much fiber at one meal when your body isn't used to processing that much fiber could cause digestive distress in some people.You may experience bloating due to high levels of a specific type of fiber in chia seeds, insoluble fiber, which makes up 50% of the seed's nutritional makeup, according to an analysis published in the Research Journal of Recent Science.This type of fiber provides retains water several times its weight, which helps to provide bulk to stool. Additionally, a Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry review notes that the insoluble fiber in chia seeds prolongs gastrointestinal transit time. The good news is that this helps you stay fuller for longer; the bad news is that some people may experience bloating as the body works to pass the fiber through your digestive tract. (Related: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now).Although some people may experience bloating when consuming chia seeds, once your body adapts to eating higher, adequate levels of fiber, you'll be able to reap all the incredible benefits of chia seeds. The fiber in chia seeds has been found to help you stay full for longer, can help get rid of belly fat, may regulate blood sugar levels, and can help to reduce LDL (harmful cholesterol) from being absorbed into your bloodstream.One way to reap the benefits of chia seeds without having to deal with any gastrointestinal distress is to soak the chia seeds in water before eating them. That way, they will expand in the bowl—not your abdomen. The blog "Choosing Chia" recommends using six parts liquids per one part chia (1/4 cup chia, 1.5 cups water) for a runny consistency and four parts liquid per one part chia (1/4 cup of chia, 1 cup liquid) for a thicker consistency. The result? Chia pudding!Bottom line: Try not to exceed 2 tablespoons of chia seeds each day, especially if your gut is ultra-sensitive or you have GI issues. Now, be sure to check out What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Seeds.For more healthy eating news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!
3 hours agoThe Wrap‘Tina’ Premieres to 1.1 Million Viewers, the Most for an HBO Doc Since 2019’s ‘Leaving Neverland’HBO’s Tina Turner documentary debuted to about 100,000 more viewers than did its December Bee Gees doc. The debut of “Tina” drew more than 1.1 million total viewers across all HBO platforms on Saturday night, making the the biggest premiere for an HBO documentary since 2019’s “Leaving Neverland.” The Bee Gees documentary, “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” bowed to about 1 million total viewers across various HBO platforms. “Tina” is officially the top doc debut in the HBO Max era. “Leaving Neverland” landed about 1.7 million total viewers with its debut two years ago. Also Read: HBO's Tina Turner Doc Reveals a Top Capitol Records Exec Called Her 'an Old N- Douchebag' “Leaving Neverland” focused on two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who say they were sexually abused by Michael Jackson when they were boys. “Leaving Neverland” was a two-part documentary that also generated an after-show hosted by Oprah Winfrey. “Tina” is an intimate look at the life and career of musical icon Tina Turner, charting her unlikely rise to early fame, the personal and professional struggles throughout her life, and her even more improbable resurgence as a global star in the 1980s. The documentary hails from Dan Lindsay, T.J. Martin, Simon Chinn, Jonathan Chinn and Diane Becker. Also Read: Capitol Records Condemns 'Reprehensible' Former Exec Who Called Tina Turner N-Word (Exclusive) Perhaps the most shocking moment in “Tina” comes roughly an hour into the two-hour film, when one participant says that a top Capitol Records executive once called Turner “an old n—– douchebag.” That story comes from a 2009 interview with John Carter, the Capitol producer, songwriter and A&R representative credited with reviving Turner’s career in the early 1980s. In audio, included as part of “Tina,” Carter details the conversation that would have occurred sometime in 1982-83, shortly after Carter signed Turner to Capitol over the objections of label executives. Carter tells the interviewer: “The new regime comes in and like any new regime they have their own idea of what they want to do. So I flip out, go downstairs and I say, hey, this is my act. And the classic quote is, ‘Carter, you signed this old n—– douchebag?'” Read original story ‘Tina’ Premieres to 1.1 Million Viewers, the Most for an HBO Doc Since 2019’s ‘Leaving Neverland’ At TheWrapRead more: Yahoo Singapore »
Wanted: Bengal tiger seen roaming Texas neighbourhood
WASHINGTON — Police in an upscale Texas neighborhood searched Tuesday (May 11) for a fugitive Bengal tiger that was seen roaming on lawns and streets until its apparent owner fled with the animal.