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Former WWE superstar Ryback had some harsh words on his podcast for current Smackdown Live #1 contender for the WWE Championship, Jinder Mahal. Ryback brought the WWE superstar up on his podcast, as transcribed by Wrestling Inc, saying, “Speaking of tits, who I noticed had tits this week on RAW, Jinder Mahal.”

“I noticed… they did a close up of his fucking chest and I just noticed it right away. I’ve never had that or anything because I don’t… like, there’s no reason to. When you get gyno, red flags right off the fucking bat, Dr. Black.,” Ryback continued, referring to Dr. David L. Black, former CEO of Aegis Sciences Corp, which worked with WWE on its drug testing Wellness Policy. “Gyno” refers to gynocomastia, or enlarged breasts in men, a symptom of hormone imbalance in men.

“Jesus Christ, that shitt don’t happen on its own,” Ryback continued burying the star, who is currently in the midst of his biggest push ever in WWE. “And I like Jinder and whatnot and he looks great, but I am pointing out the obvious, that that doesn’t just fucking happen from fucking drinking your protein shake.”

Mahal will face Randy Orton for the WWE Championship sometime after Orton defeats Bray Wyatt in his own non-title gimmick match at WWE Payback this Sunday. Though born in Canada, dirt sheets report that WWE hopes to use Mahal to expand further in India, where the company has the most social media followers of anywhere else in the world.

How Did Smackdown #1 Contender Jinder Mahal Get His Stunning Physique? Ryback Claims Secret Is In The ***s

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Posted by Jude Terror


The creators of The Once And Future Queen, Adam P. Knave, D.J. Kirkbride, Nick Brokenshire, and Frank Cvetkovic, posted a letter to Knave’s blog announcing the cancellation of the series after just two issues. But all is not lost. Though the planned issues #3-5 will not be released in print or digital, they will be collected into a trade paperback. The creators explain in the blog post:

What has happened? Issues #3–#5 of The Once and Future Queen have been cancelled, in print and digital. But there will still be a trade collection of the full series released in November. You can order it by clicking here, right now, in fact.

Why did this happen? The comic industry is a fickle thing. The Once and Future Queen was well received by press and its readers, and while it was growing in market awareness, print efforts have been shifted to the book market so we can grow and reach our target audience.

Dark Horse, who published the first two issues, will also publish the trade paperback.

Once And Future Queen Issues #3-5 Canceled, TPB Will Still Be Released To Focus On Book Market

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Splash Report is reporting that they’ve got a hot tip in the casting hunt for the lead role in 20th Century Fox’s upcoming live-action comic to screen adaptation of comic creator Mark Millar’s Flash Gordon-esque series Starlight, and that is none other than Sly Stallone (Rocky, Rambo) himself.

Sly has been in comic adaptations before, with his stint in the 1995 Judge Dredd. The script for Starlight has been written by Rogue One’s Garry Whitta, and X-Men: First Class’s Simon Kinberg will be producing.

Millar had spoken to IGN back in 2015 about his inspiration about the aged space hero:

When I was a kid my Dad used to have this old 35mm projector and we had a lot of the Republic serials – things like Flash Gordon and Commando Cody. I grew up with a real love of that – I must have been the only kid on my housing estate in Scotland that was really into this stuff. BBC2 were showing a lot of that stuff at the time too. So I grew up really loving 1930s and 1940s serials.

As for the type of actor that he’d be looking for to be in the role, he said:

I think it needs to be someone more all-American. I think there’s got to be a Buzz Lightyear vibe to him – somebody who feels almost like an astronaut.


Millar has previously had several of his comics translated to film including Wanted,  Kick-Ass, and Kingsman: The Secret Service due out next year.

20th Century Fox Eyeing Sylvester Stallone For Lead In Starlight Comic To Film Adaptation

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Posted by Nathan Grayson on Steamed, shared by Nathan Grayson to Kotaku

Keep it in your pants. Please, I’m begging you.


Warning: this post is SUPER NSFW.

Conan Exiles recently added a series of new emotes, which include dancing. They’re pretty cool... when your character is fully clothed. If not, well, things quickly dart past Sketchy Avenue and go barreling down Nightmare Alley. This goes double if you’re dancing while running, as PC Gamer’s Chris Livingston discovered.


I present exhibit A:

And exhibit B, which is kinda cute until OH NO HIS SPINE:

And exhibit C, which just kills me:

Dicks are fine. Some dicks are even very good! This, though? This is not what dicks are supposed to do. These dicks have committed heinous dick crimes and should be put in dick jail. If you see these dicks on the street, do not hesitate to call the police.



You’re reading Steamed, Kotaku’s page dedicated to all things in and around Valve’s wildly popular PC gaming service. Games, culture, community creations, criticism, guides, videos—everything. If you’ve found anything cool/awful on Steam, send us a message to let us know.

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The cool but short Batman Arkham VR game released for PlayStation VR last year is now out for Oculus Rift and the Vive. This is a canonical part of Arkham lore, but saying just how it fits in would be spoilers. Read: Our review | A fun easter egg for it in Arkham Knight.

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Curiouser and curiouser… Dan Goodin on Ars Technica: On Tuesday, security firm Countercept released an update to the DoublePulsar detection script it published last week. It now allows people anywhere on the Internet to remotely uninstall the implant from any infected machine…  amid the radio silence Microsoft is maintaining, the tool will no doubt prove […]
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Posted by Beth Mole

Enlarge / Mylan Inc. CEO Heather Bresch testifies on Capitol Hill in a hearing on "Reviewing the Rising Price of EpiPens." (credit: Getty | Alex Wong)

When Mylan dramatically increased the price of its life-saving EpiPen devices, it drew sharp rebuke all around for what seemed like a purely greedy—and heartless—move. But according to a lawsuit filed by French drug maker Sanofi, the move wasn’t just out of simple greed. Instead, it was part of an underhanded scheme to “squash” competition from Sanofi’s rival device, the Auvi-Q.

With the lofty prices and near-monopoly over the market, Mylan could dangle deep discounts to drug suppliers—with the condition that they turn their backs on Sanofi’s Auvi-Q—the lawsuit alleges. Suppliers wouldn’t dare ditch the most popular auto-injector. And with the high prices, the rebates wouldn’t put a dent in Mylan’s hefty profits, Sanofi speculates.

Coupled with a smear campaign and other underhanded practices, Mylan effectively pushed Sanofi out of the US epinephrine auto-injector market, Sanofi alleges. The lawsuit, filed Monday in a federal court in New Jersey, seeks damages under US Antitrust laws.

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Posted by Peter Bright

Enlarge / The announcement of the Creators Update in October 2016.

Two weeks into its phased rollout, the Creators Update (version 1703) is on about ten percent of Windows 10 machines.

That number comes from AdDuplex, which collects statistics from Windows 10 machines running apps built with its advertising SDK. 9.8 percent of Windows 10 machines are on 1703, 82.1 percent are on the Anniversary Update, 6 percent are on version 1511, and just 1.8 percent are on the original RTM release.

That original release (sometimes known as 1507, following the year-year-month-month naming pattern used for subsequent releases) moves out of support on May 9. Although Windows 10 itself has a minimum of ten years of support, maintaining that support will still require periodic upgrades. This is not an entirely new policy; in the days of Windows Service Packs, the release of a new Service Pack would start a two-year countdown for support of the previous Service Pack. After those two years, only the new Service Pack would be supported. The timetable is a little condensed, however; Windows 10 1507 is not yet two years old, and it won't be two years old when it falls out of support.

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Enlarge / Following the Megaupload bust, the feds took more than 1,000 servers belonging to Carpathia Hosting. The servers, now offline in a climate-controlled facility, held more than 25 petabytes of data. (credit: Getty Images)

It's been more than five years since the government accused Megaupload and its founder Kim Dotcom of criminal copyright infringement. While Dotcom himself was arrested in New Zealand, US government agents executed search warrants and grabbed a group of more than 1,000 servers owned by Carpathia Hosting.

That meant that a lot of users with gigabytes of perfectly legal content lost access to it. Two months after the Dotcom raid and arrest, the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a motion in court asking to get back data belonging to one of those users, Kyle Goodwin, whom the EFF took on as a client. Goodwin ran OhioSportsNet, and he used Megaupload to store the digital video he recorded of high school sports games. He paid €79.99 ($87.49) for a two-year premium subscription.

Years have passed. The US criminal prosecution of Dotcom and other Megaupload executives is on hold while New Zealand continues with years of extradition hearings. Meanwhile, Carpathia's servers were powered down and are kept in storage by QTS Realty Trust, which acquired Carpathia in 2015.

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Being goth isn’t all worshipping Satan and looking up how to get candle wax out of cat fur on Google. Even the terminally morbid enjoy a sweet treat now and again, and even the most dedicated child of darkness can’t survive on expired Halloween candy alone. Enter downtown L.A.’s Little Damage ice-cream shop, whose dark gray Almond Charcoal soft serve and black charcoal-infused waffle cones have made the shop a social-media sensation.

According to Danielle Salmon of the review site Follow My Gut, the ice cream itself leads with sweet almond, with the ”dark, deep” charcoal flavor serving to give the soft serve extra depth. Same for the cones, which taste like chocolate with an undertone of charcoal. The shop has colorful toppings such as rainbow sprinkles and fruity pebbles, if you’re feeling more pastel goth that day; it also has other, rotating flavors of ...

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Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner might be Disney’s next farting, Hakuna Matata-quoting warthog and meerkat team, with reports coming today that the two comic actors are in talks to play Pumbaa and Timon in Jon Favreau’s upcoming Lion King remake. The Wrap quotes anonymous sources who say the two are in “final negotiations” for the parts; if so, they’d be taking the place of Ernie Sabella and Nathan Lane, who originated the roles in the 1994 original.

We’ll be honest, though: This feels a little bit too much like “no duh” casting for us to wholeheartedly buy into its veracity. (That is, if someone asked you who should play a high-pitched, excitable meerkat in 2017, Billy Eichner’s the guy you’d skip over for being too obvious.) But it’s not like Favreau hasn’t been pulling out all the stops in the casting for ...

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“And I’m Robert Seagull.” Since 1987, these words have rung through afternoon traffic jams across America. But today, NPR announced that the mellifluous voice of Robert Siegel will be leaving All Things Considered in 2018, when the longtime co-host will step down from public radio’s flagship news program. Siegel, who turns 70 this year, started his career as a radio journalist in 1968 at WKCR-FM, the college station of Columbia University, and has been with NPR since 1976. Prior to becoming one of the hosts of All Things Considered, Siegel was the chief of NPR’s newsroom, making him the rare news anchor to come from an editorial background.

The announcement does not make it clear whether Siegel will be retiring from radio altogether, and quotes the host as saying, “I feel that it is time for me to begin a new phase of life. Over the next ...

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We’ve seen around 7 other one-sheets in support of Colossal (review), but finally we can get behind one of them… er… get in front of one of them? Oh, just read on and look for yourself.

Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis, Dan Stevens, Tim Blake Nelson, Nathan Ellison, and Austin Stowell star in Colossal, which comes from director Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes, Open Windows).

Related Story: Colossal Director Wants to Make an Alien Sequel


Gloria (Hathaway) is an ordinary woman who, after losing her job and being kicked out of her apartment by her boyfriend, is forced to leave her life in New York and move back to her hometown. When news reports surface that a giant creature is destroying Seoul, South Korea, Gloria gradually comes to the realization that she is somehow connected to this far-off phenomenon. As events begin to spin out of control, Gloria must determine why her seemingly insignificant existence has such a colossal effect on the fate of the world.

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Just yesterday it was revealed that Ang Lee (THE LIFE OF PI) was in negotiations to direct GEMINI MAN, a high-concept action thriller from Skydance which has been in and out of development for twenty years. THR reports that the studio is already courting a big name to lead the film as it seems that Will Smith is currently in talks to star in GEMINI MAN.

The film follows an "aging assassin...
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Posted by Caroline Cook

“Straight girls get to have all of the fun, but none of the consequences.” It’s a line that comes up in the last moments of episode 6, titled “Woulda Coulda” in the new series Unicornland. In this episode, a lesbian couple takes home another woman for a night of fun and sex. The next morning, the […]

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Posted by Ethan Anderton

Suicide Squad Criticism

Though there are plenty of passionate fans who absolutely love the movies release in the DC Extended Universe so far, there are also plenty of viewers who have been disappointed with the recent offerings of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, even fans who liked what director Zack Snyder did with Man of Steel.

One of the more rampant pieces of criticism is that Warner Bros. and DC are trying to bite off more than they can chew with stories that are convoluted and all over the place. Part of that problem comes from these movies trying to introduce too many characters far too quickly and expecting viewers to care about them just as fast. At least that’s what Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt thinks one of the problems was with Suicide Squad

In an interview with io9, the Guardians of the Galaxy leading man was asked about his opinion on the DC Extended Universe movies so far. Though he could have fed the fire that is the ridiculous DC and Marvel rivalry, Pratt actually praised the DC movies before offering one issue he had with Suicide Squad:

“I really like all the Warner Bros. [DC films], I think they’re really cool and I’m not a real tough critic on those movies. But one of the flaws might have been they were introducing too many characters in ‘Suicide Squad.’ They spent 10 minutes telling us why should we care about these characters, rather than creating trilogies for each character and convincing us to care about the characters.”

Indeed, the character introductions in Suicide Squad were perhaps the most difficult thing to pull off, especially when they’re villains who are supposed to become makeshift heroes striking a bond with each other by the end of the movie. But the backstory of all these characters was so haphazard and choppy that most viewers couldn’t buy a character like Diablo sacrificing himself so he doesn’t lose another “family” like he lost his real one. Pratt went on to reiterate why Marvel Studios seems to be having more success in building their universe:

“It’s like hardwood. They grew it really slowly so it’s strong. They didn’t create ‘The Avengers’ first. They did ‘Iron Man’. And they tested it to make sure it worked. Then they did [‘Iron Man II’] and [‘Iron Man III’], then they did ‘Cap,’ and then they did ‘Thor.’ And they created a thirst for these characters, and that’s when they put them in ‘The Avengers.'”

While I don’t think that each of the main characters in Suicide Squad necessarily needed entire trilogies to make us care about them, perhaps having fewer characters like Pratt says would have made that task a little easier. After all, we’re talking about a movie that is supposed to focus on the worst of the worst, but one of the characters is Slipknot, whose special skill is being able to climb anything, and has the sole purpose of existing so he can merely be killed off as an example meant to scare the rest of the team. We didn’t need that, and we certainly didn’t need Katana in this movie either.

Perhaps if Suicide Squad only had a team of five villains, not unlike how the first Guardians of the Galaxy had five heroes, director/writer David Ayer would have had an easier time keeping the story focused. That more focused ensemble cast allowed the movie to connect with audiences, and now it looks like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will expand that roster of characters now that they have the trust of fans.

Instead, Suicide Squad has six villains that you’re meant to be invested in as a team, not to mention their target, the Enchantress, who requires saving because their military leader Rick Flagg is in love with her human alter ego. And that doesn’t even include Amanda Waller and the Joker, who are both key parts of Suicide Squad.

Surely, this is something that will be endlessly debated, but I think Chris Pratt makes a fine point, and it’s something that fans noticed themselves, even those who have liked the DC Extended Universe movies more than those who are a bit more critical of them.

What do you think?

The post Chris Pratt Thinks ‘Suicide Squad’ Tried to Introduce Too Many Characters, Too Soon appeared first on /Film.

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Posted by Eric Diaz

Will the modern Star Trek movie franchise live long and prosper, or have we boldly gone everywhere we were going to go? Although Paramount Pictures announced a fourth Star Trek films around the time that Star Trek Beyond hit theaters last summer, the future of the franchise is anything but certain.

In a recent interview on The Today Show (via IGN), actor Zachary Quinto (“Mr. Spock”) was asked about the status of the fourth Trek film:

I know that they are working on a script for another one and we’ll see how that all plays out, but the nice thing about that experience is that the time in between those big tentpole films allows us to go off and cultivate a lot of different creative experiences for ourselves. I’m hopeful that we’ll do another one, but there’s no guarantee.

So why is it up in the air? Although Star Trek Beyond got great reviews, it wasn’t a runaway success at the box office, making only $343 million on an $185 million dollar budget. Star Trek films have historically always had a problem doing great business in countries where the original Star Trek TV series didn’t leave a huge cultural footprint.

Nevertheless, the franchise does have a built in fanbase that always turns up for opening weekend, and would probably come back for seconds and thirds if the movie is good. It would be very sad for Paramount to throw away one of their only reliable franchises besides Transformers. Paramount needs to stop trying to make Trek the next billion dollar franchise like Fast and the Furious and just let it be what it is–a steady, reliable performer if you can bring them in on a reasonable budget.

Given Quinto’s comments, what should happen now with the franchise? It might be time for Paramount to start thinking about how to play out this series in a more long-term manner. Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy and Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige have Star Wars and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, respectively, mapped out for the next several years, going well into the next decade. Likewise Fox has announced four (!) more Avatar movies going up to 2025. Someone at Paramount needs to take the same approach for Star Trek. There is seemingly nothing that modern fans love more than knowing that a serialized franchise film is part of a bigger picture.

The original Star Trek crew had six movies, while the Next Generation crew had four. Considering that the new Pine/Quinto crew is by far the most successful series of Trek movies ever (yes, even adjusted for inflation, 2009’s Star Trek is still the biggest money earner) it would seem silly to halt them after just three. If the Fast and the Furious crew can have eight movies, then surely we can get at least one, maybe two more adventures for this Enterprise crew, who are all still in their prime, right? But even if we do get just a movie or two more from the J.J. Abrams crew, maybe it is time to start planting the seeds for the next movie iteration of big screen Star Trek. Yes, I’m talking about Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-D.

The next logical step for the Star Trek movie franchise is to start thinking about what comes next, and that’s the inevitable reboot of The Next Generation crew for the big screen. Although those movies would likely be several years away, it would be wise to start planting the seeds now, over the course of the next few films featuring Kirk, Spock, and the gang. If the first Avengers movie could tease fans for a movie that wouldn’t come out for six more years, then why can’t Trek do the same?

For example, what if we are introduced to the character of Data much earlier in the timeline of the Kelvin universe (the official name for the “side-timeline” of the J.J. Abrams Trek)?  Maybe Data’s creator, Dr. Soong, cracked the code for a sentient artificial life form much sooner in this timeline, and Data could be our “bridge” character between the two series? We could even see Data serve as an junior officer in Kirk’s crew in the final Pine/Quinto movie, and then we could see Data as the executive officer on Picard’s Enterprise? And how about I suggest something really crazy? What if in this timeline, Data is a woman? Maybe…Tilda Swinton?



Other elements that are crucial to the Next Generation timeline could be seeded in the next Star Trek film. For example, the Klingon/Federation alliance is a crucial part of the cosmology of TNG. It’s why there’s a Lieutenant Worf on the bridge of the Enterprise-D after all. Maybe we could see how, in the Kelvin universe, that crucial partnership came to be. There are lots of other ways the TNG era could be teased in the last few original crew movies (or movie, if we only get one more) without having to resort to baby versions of Picard and Crusher making cameos. I mean, no one wants to see that.

Modern moviegoers feel more confident in a franchise if they feel the people behind the scenes have a greater plan in mind when handling their favorite franchises. Paramount needs to be tacking this approachwith Star Trek if they want fans to invest in it in the same way. Trek should have years of life left in it on the big screen, as long as the people in charge start treating it the way it deserves to be treated. If the fans knew that the studio had more solid long-term plans for the movie series, it would only serve to excite them more for everything that’s yet to come.

What are your feelings on the big screen future of Star Trek? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments below.

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Real life tricorders are coming sooner than you expect

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I'm not about to ask for invites.

The only private tracker I was a member of was What.CD and it was great, but I joined a few months before it got closed, and wasn't able to rack up ranking quick enough to get invites to other places.

So I find myself back at square one, and I'm wondering what trackers are open for interview that are good for getting in to other trackers? I'm open for pretty much anything to be honest.

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Good day, I'm trying to find a tracker with a wide array of Industrial/EBM/Dark Wave/Goth. I appreciate an ideas you may be able to offer.

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Posted by George Dvorsky

As anyone who has ridden the subway knows, the air down there is unpleasant. New research done in Canada shows that air pollution levels in Toronto’s subway system are ten times greater than those above ground. It’s a troubling realization for subway-goers, but there are ways to keep these underground systems clean.


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Posted by /u/ctpoilers

So I recently sold my car looking for something more reliable and better looking. My budget is around $15000. I've found a 2016 Hyundai Sonata for ~$15k, it's gorgeous and all but I was thinking about going to an auction instead. See, I kinda wanna live life and get a camaro but I'm not too sure... Anyone have experiences with car auctions? Or even camaros/the new sonatas? Curious about their value and reliability. Thanks

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2011 Hyundai Santa Fe

Apr. 25th, 2017 09:27 pm
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Posted by /u/ColRockAmp

Hey folks,

Just hoping to get some insight on a potential buy. Looking to get my first car, and have found a 2011 Hyunday Santa Fe, AWD, automatic, 171,000km, for 4250$ CAD. Seems like a pretty good deal.

I contacted the seller, who said that it was in great shape, but it will likely need a new timing belt soon (though I was under the impression that this vehicle used a timing chain).

I guess my big question is, what would it cost to get the timing belt done? And, assuming it isn't too expensive to do, is this a good buy? It's a decent car from what I understand, pretty good mileage, good safety ratings.

Thanks very much!

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Posted by Patrick George

If you’ll allow me this one time, I’m taking the all but unprecedented step of selecting a Comment of the Day not from the day, but from the previous day. When you see what it is, I think you’ll understand.


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Kus Mono #3: An Exorcism by Theo Ellsworth An Exorcism begins simply enough with a man lying in a bed that is walking away, escorted by a bunch of tiny demonic pigs, but once a strange-tongued demon and some little ghost things join in to see the man tossed off his bed into the dark […]


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