The Flash versus Quicksilver. Who would win? The outcome of the battle has been much debated upon since the dawn of the Silver Age of comics. Is it DC for the win, or would Marvel claim victory? Which speedster is truly befitting of the title Fastest Man Alive?
Finding your own doppelgänger in a population of 7 billion might seem like the stuff of fiction, but in Hollywood — where natural laws don’t seem to apply — it tends to happen more often than you think.
2017 has been one heck of a seesaw for Aaron Carter. Earlier this year, he addressed concerns over his weight, revealing that he suffers from an epigastric condition known as hiatus hernia. Last month, he publicly came out as bisexual, eliciting mixed reactions online. He’s also been involved in a string of worrying incidents, ranging from a massive car crash, to multiple police visits triggered by severe depression and suicidal behavior. There were also rumors that Carter had tried to purchase a gun and was reportedly threatening family members. Whatever the case might have been, it’s clear the former teen heartthrob isn’t in a very good place at the moment.
The Hayden/Rachel ship was the definition of OTP for many Star Wars and Jumper fans in the late 2000s. We fell in love with their electrifying chemistry as David and Millie — and we found their off-screen romance honest and captivating. Their unspoken rule on privacy was a breath of fresh air in paparazzi-infested Hollywood, where privacy seems to now be a relic of a time long gone. Sadly, it seems their time together is finally up as well.
Throughout Riverdale Season 1, Veronica’s father, the mysterious Hiram Lodge, was the unabated talk of the town. His illegal business dealings, family problems and rivalry with Clifford Blossom and Fred Andrews became the center of Riverdale’s countless subplots. His very influence inspires intrigue. An iconic, beloved character from the comics, Hiram Lodge is infamously known as the guy who hates Archie Andrews, and would stop at nothing to keep him away from his daughter. Stern and uptight, he was the Mr. Paul Stevens to Archie’s Ross Geller. Fans waited throughout Season 1 for Mr. Lodge to make his timely appearance, but it was to no avail.
Ever wondered what would happen if Spongebob somehow crossed over with Naruto, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Food Wars: Shokugeki no Souma, Death Note and One Punch Man, and adopted everything shounen and weeaboo? Well, wonder no further, because someone just turned our most unusual fantasy into the most epic anime opening ever.