Grant Gustin Tells Us More About ‘The Flash’ Season 2 After Bagging “The Saturn Award” (+Video)

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After winning a Saturn Award (An Award bestowed by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films) Grant Gustin aka The Flash teased that the shows sophomore season will introduce its new villains in the first couple of episodes

Grant Gustin said

“We’re introducing a really cool big bad that’s going to be revealed kind of immediately,”

Click here to view the embedded video.

Gustin also revealed that his character (i.e The Flash) will star heavily in the opening episodes of CW’s new super hero drama ‘DC Legends Of Tomorrow’

“I’m going to be a part of that right out of the gates as well,” Gustin said. I get to be Flash on three TV shows [the third being Arrow]. I was unemployed a year and a half ago, so that’s pretty cool.”

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#360TvSeries : ‘The Flash” Season 2 Premiere Episode Title Revealed In New Photo

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Apparently we now know the tittle of the premiere episode of The Flash season 2.  It will he be titled “The Man Who Saved Central City.”

Here are two theories from the tittle

  1. It either refers to Barry Allen aka The Flash, as you all know we saw him running up in air and into the singularity threatening to destroy Central City


  1. It could be Eddie Thawne who killed himself so as to end to Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash’s evil plans

“The Flash” returns October 6, 2015 on the CW.

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Nominate your favourite BAME journo now for ‘Diversity Commentator of the Year at ‘The Comment Awards’

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Nominations have opened for The Comment Awards 2015, the annual awards recognising and celebrating the UK’s best print and online commentators and their editors. The awards are the first of their kind in the UK, run by Editorial Intelligence, the knowledge networking business.

Now in their seventh year, the awards will incorporate four new categories this year to reflect a growing and developing media landscape: Comment Piece of the Year for a single piece of excellent writing; Young Commentariat of the Year; Society and Diversity Commentator of the Year; and Technology and Digital Commentator of the Year.

Nominations are open to everyone, from editors to readers, and can be submitted free of charge via the Comment Awards website. All nominees have to write for the UK media and articles need to have been written between 1 August 2014 and 31 July 2015 inclusive. Deadline for submissions is 31 July 2015

The inclusion of the society and diversity commentator of the year award paves the way for black and other ethnic minority journalists like Bim Adewumi, Reni Eddo-Lodge and Samantha Asumadu of Media Diversified to be recognised for their work in Comment Journalism particularly in areas of race and diversity.

Chair of judges Dr Anthony Seldon said: “Against the backdrop of a UK general election, attacks on freedom of expression, and a changing media landscape, the past 12 months have been a challenging time for comment journalism; yet never has the form been more important. With nominations open to editors, writers and readers alike, The Comment Awards 2015 is set once again to turn the spotlight on the best of British comment journalism, celebrating a segment of our media that thoroughly deserves the attention.”

Award categories include Arts, Culture and Entertainment Commentator of the Year, Columnist of the Year, Online Comment Site of the Year and Foreign Commentator of the Year.





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Jessica Lucas Cast As ‘The Tigress” For Gotham Season 2

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Jessica Lucas has been cast as Tabitha Galavan aka Tigress in the sophomore season of Gotham

Here’s a breakdown of Tabitha’s role

Tabitha is the lead enforcer for her brother Theo, a billionaire industrialist hell-bent on taking over Gotham (and to be played by go-to bad guy James Frain). Described as sexy and violent — and toting a bullwhip! — she’s the opposite of her cold and calculating brother, deriving a sensual pleasure from the mayhem she’s tasked with making.

Gotham Season 2 Will premiere on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015

For other Gotham Season 2 News click on the links below
#360TvSeries : More Information About Gotham Season Two Trickles In. (Careful For Spoilers!)

Gotham Cast James Frain As Series Regular For Season 2

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DJ Cuppy teams up with Wizkid, P Square and more for her second mixtape ‘House of Cuppy II’

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Nigerian superstar DJ ‘Cuppy’ is back with her second mixtape. ‘House of Cuppy II’ consists  of a mix 8 tracks featuring top Afrobeats A Listers including the likes of  Olamide, Wizkid, P Square and many more.

Cuppy’s latest venture  pioneers a new genre of music that fuses house and Afrobeat, coined ‘Neo-Afrobeat’. “I’m so excited to announce the launch of ‘House of Cuppy II’,” said Cuppy. “The compilation has been an opportunity for me to work with some of my country’s most talented musicians, and reinvent the traditional sounds of Africa, mixing them with the global influences that inspire me.”


The 22 year old King’s College London graduate has enjoyed a high profile career which has seen her perform at events including the MTV Africa Music Awards last year,  Tatler Magazine and Christie’s Inc. Arts Ball in London and the Diane Von Furstenberg Awards in New York. Most recently, Cuppy headlined the Oil Baron’s Charity Ball in Dubai, where she entertained more than 3,000 guests.

‘House of Cuppy II’ is available for download now. Check it out on Soundcloud.


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#Nollywood Movie: Stigma

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Dagogo Diminas, who started his career in Nollywood in the 1990s as a make-up artist has joined the league of movie producers/directors.  The brain behind 13 Fatman, his make-up outfit, which also shares the same name with his production company, recently premiered his feature film, Stigma.

Ibiso (Hilda Dokubo) and her daughter, Vanessa (Jackie Appiah), are Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs), who contract HIV from their vocation.  They battle for their lives as friends and relatives desert them.

Emeka Ike, Francis Duru, Ngozi Nwosu, Clem Ohameze, Sobifa Dokubo, Columbus Irosianga and a host of other actors also feature in Stigma.  Sonja Nina Gellweiler is the film’s Executive Producer whilst Okwuchukwu Victor Eze and Vincent Bura-Bari wrote the script.

Pictures from the set of Stigma:

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#Nollywood Movie Review: The Grave Dust

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Clara (Amaka Chukwujekwu) ditches Johnson Okwuozo (Ramsey Noah) after her sister pronounces that Johnson’s family is accursed because members of the family die in their prime.  Her marriage to Jordan (Joseph Benjamin) is constantly menaced by a ghost, which is invisible to everyone else, but Clara.


It is pleasant surprise to see Emeka Edokpayi, the mortician, and Emeka Okoro, Chijioke – the ghost, after donkey years.  Clara and her sister bear a resemblance to each other just like Chijioke and Johnson – good casting.

Ikechukwu Onyeka (Mr. and Mrs.) now seems to have a knack for stories, in which people are haunted by spooks.  However, the narratives (The Duplex and Grave Dust) are trivial round and hardly enliven the viewer contrary to the very nature of thrillers.  Worse still, the screenplay for Grave Dust is appalling – laced with constructions that fail to maintain the integrity of the English language, the chosen language for telling the story.  Apart from the fact that tenses are incorrectly used; simple words like concern, concerned, listen, death and anything are wrongly pronounced.

The visual effect during the inferno is not convincing in any way.

In Grave Dust, Onyeka serves his audience a film that not only moves at snail’s pace, but one that has been told time and again.  The characters and situations created by the screenwriter are very familiar: an overbearing mother who interferes with her son’s choice of wife; a grown man who is tied to his mother’s apron strings and a marriage which, like every other, faces challenges, but one where the people involved think that parting ways and remarrying is the best solution to the problems they face.

Most followers of Nollywood are constantly in search of fascinating films that will thoroughly entertain them and also task their imaginations at the same time.  Indeed, there are a couple of horror flicks and thrillers that fit this bill.  People were thrilled by Diamond Ring (RMD, Liz Benson, Bimbo Akintola, Teju Babyface), a 1998/99 Tade Ogidan movie on a young man whose life is immensely threatened after he joins a secret cult in the university.  Granted that there is nothing new under the sun, Diamond Ring was preceded by at least two other Nollywood films on secret cults in universities: Another Campus Tale and Rampage.  However, Diamond Ring told its story remarkably well.

Recently, Eric Aghimien directed A Mile from Home; another movie on savagery in universities; whose greatest strength lies in the visual effects that show the distressing violence these young people mete out to their rivals.  A Mile from Home probably has the best visual effects ever seen in a Nollywood film.

Amaka Igwe’s To Live Again (Uche Macaulay, Nobert Young, Stella Damasus, John Njamah, Fred Aseroma) is another 1999 thriller, in which a typical story of infidelity is turned into a monster hit.  Who will forget Aquila Njamah’s The Untold (Emeka Ike, Hank Anuku), where a pastor with powers from the occult unleashes mayhem on unwary victims?

Therefore, Grave Dust woefully falls below expectations in almost every regard.

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Watch As Woman Crushes 3 Watermelons Between Her Thighs!

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The internet is the home of weird places, and this certainly qualifies as weird.

A video of a woman squashing watermelons in between her thighs was uploaded on YouTube.

The video is laced with sexual vibes, which just makes it so, so, wrong.

The woman, dressed in underwear, starts off with a small watermelon and ends with a pretty huge one.

Really, really creepy. Watch it below!

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