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Here’s What We Learned About The New MCU Actors At Comic-Con



An absolute boatload of Marvel content has been revealed this weekend at Comic-Con, meaning that there’s also new information on exactly who will be joining the MCU.

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While some of these actors have been announced as joining the MCU before, BuzzFeed got a first look at footage inside Hall H — and here’s what we learned:

Michaela Coel in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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It was announced that Michaela will be playing Aneka, who is a combat instructor of Wakanda’s female special forces team in the comics.

Tenoch Huerta in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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The Narcos: Mexico actor was shown in his role as Namor, “king of a hidden undersea nation” (Atlantis in the comics).

Mabel Cadena in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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Mabel, known for the Mexican movie El Baile de los 41, will be playing Namora — Namor’s cousin.

Alex Livinalli in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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The Ozark actor will be playing Attuma, possibly the villain of the movie.

Dominique Thorne in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Ironheart

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Dominique — who you may know from If Beale Street Could Talk — will be making her first appearance as Riri Williams/Ironheart in the Black Panther sequel before the release of 2023’s Disney+ show Ironheart.

Olivia Colman in Secret Invasion

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A first look at Olivia in the upcoming series was shown. She appears to be a superior of Fury’s and says ominously, “You’re in no shape for this, Fury.”

Emilia Clarke in Secret Invasion

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A lot less is known about Emilia’s part, given that she didn’t speak in the trailer. She does, however, shoot a gun — so take from this what you will.

Not Regé-Jean Page in Secret Invasion

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Marvel had to clarify that Regé-Jean’s inclusion on a cast list was incorrect. However, he was there for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.

Maria Bakalova in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

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The Borat 2 star’s role as Cosmo the Space Dog (which appeared in the Collector’s museum in the first movie) was confirmed. 

Chukwudi Iwuji in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

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Another DC to Marvel crossover — the Peacemaker star will be playing the High Evolutionary after much fan speculation.

Bill Murray in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

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Bill did accidentally previously spoil his Marvel appearance, but it was confirmed that he’ll be in the next Ant-Man as a character who inhibits the Quantum Realm.

Kathryn Newton in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

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Cassie Lang, aka Stature, aka Scott Lang’s daughter, will be played by Big Little Lies actor Kathryn Newton.

Jonathan Majors in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty

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The Lovecraft Country star will be playing Marvel’s next big villain in the next Ant-Man — another version of his Loki appearance as “He Who Remains.”  

We’ll keep you posted as more information comes out!

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Brenda Song and Macaulay Culkin Secretly Welcome Baby No. 2: Report



Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are now a family of four. 

The couple quietly welcomed a second son, Carson, around Christmas last year, Us Weekly reports.

The former Disney actress and the Home Alone star’s new bundle of joy joins his older brother, Dakota, who was born in April 2021. Dakota was named in honor of Culkin’s sister, who died in 2008. 

Culkin, 42, and Song, 34, worked together on the set of Changeland in Thailand, and have been together for nearly four years now. Culkin first spoke about his desire to have kids with the former Disney star someday in an interview on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast back in August 2018.

“I’m gonna make some babies,” Culkin said, when asked if he wants children. “This one’s a good one, so I’m probably going to put some babies in her in a little bit. I mean, we’ve definitely been practicing.”

“This one, I’m going to have some pretty babies. She’s Asian, so I’m gonna have tiny, little Asian babies. It’s going to be adorable — a bunch of Sean Lennons running around the house, that’s what I’m looking for,” he added, referencing the son of the late John Lennon and Yoko Ono. 

The baby news comes one year after the longtime couple got engaged to be married.

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Gossip Blogger Tasha K Lost Her Appeal Against Cardi B And Said She’s Now Looking For Part-Time Jobs To Pay Off The $4 Million She Owes



BuzzFeed News has contacted Kebe and Cardi B for comment but did not receive a response before deadline.

The lawsuit, first filed in 2019 by Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almánzar, came in response to several defamatory comments Kebe made online and in her videos for her YouTube channel, UnWineWithTashaK.  

Kebe made spurious claims about the rapper, including that she had performed a sex act with a bottle, had been unfaithful to her husband, rapper Offset, and had contracted herpes.

In her appeal to the initial ruling, Kebe claimed that the jury was presented with “lopsided” evidence. In October, Kebe was ordered by a judge to either pay up or secure a bond while her appeal was being considered. 

Despite initially vowing to fight the ruling “all the way to the supreme court if need be,” the 41-year-old appeared to concede with the latest outcome and uploaded an edited photo of herself dressed in a McDonald’s uniform along with the caption #TashaKGetsAJOB.

“I will let y’all [know] what Part-Time gig I get so I can pay off this damn debt. #iaintgotit but I’m gonna get it,” Kebe wrote. 

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SEC charges Lindsay Lohan, Jake Paul and other celebs with crypto violations



The Securities and Exchange Commission has unveiled fraud and unregistered securities charges against crypto founder and Grenadian diplomat Justin Sun, alongside separate violations against the celebrity backers of his Tronix and BitTorrent crypto assets, which included Jake Paul, Lindsay Lohan and Soulja Boy.

The SEC alleged that Sun engaged in fraud by manipulating the trading activity of the two tokens, creating the appearance of active trading when it did not exist. The unregistered offer and sale charges, on the other hand, are similar to charges the SEC has unveiled against other crypto offerings and exchanges, including Genesis, Gemini and Do Kwon’s Terraform Labs.

“This case demonstrates again the high risk investors face when crypto asset securities are offered and sold without proper disclosure,” said SEC Chair Gary Gensler.

Sun allegedly induced investors to purchase TRX and BTT tokens by “orchestrating a promotional campaign in which he and his celebrity promoters hid the fact that the celebrities were paid for their tweet,” Gensler said in a statement.

The eight celebrities and influencers were:

  • actor Lindsay Lohan
  • social-media personality Jake Paul
  • musician DeAndre Cortez Way, also known as Soulja Boy
  • musician Austin Mahone
  • adult actress Michele Mason, known as Kendra Lust
  • musician Miles Parks McCollum, known as Lil Yachty
  • musician Shaffer Smith, also known as Ne-Yo
  • musician Aliaune Thiam, also known as Akon

All except for Soulja Boy and Mahone agreed to pay a collective $400,000 in disgorgement, interest and penalties to settle the charges. The settlements were not an admittance or denial of guilt.

Those celebrity backers would promote the TRX and BTT tokens on social media and recruited others to Tron-affiliated Telegram and Discord channels.

Tron and his backers’ alleged behavior was part of an “age-old playbook to mislead and harm investors,” SEC enforcement chief Gurbir Grewal said in a statement.

“At the same time, Sun paid celebrities with millions of social media followers to tout the unregistered offerings, while specifically directing that they not disclose their compensation. This is the very conduct that the federal securities laws were designed to protect against regardless of the labels Sun and others used,” Grewal said.

A spokesperson for Lohan told NBC News on March 22 that the actor was “unaware of the disclosure requirement” until she was contacted by officials.

“She agreed to pay a fine to resolve the matter,” the spokesperson said.

Sun’s representative at Tron did not immediately return a request for comment. Jake Paul’s representatives declined to comment.

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