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‘RHOA’ Sneak Peek! Watch Marlo Hampton and Kenya Moore Go at It in the Mountains (Exclusive)

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Higher altitude, higher drama. So it goes for the cast of The Real Housewives of Atlanta in ET’s exclusive first look at Sunday’s episode, which picks up with the women on their trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains.

After Marlo Hampton asked Kenya Moore not to participate in any group activities if she refused to stay in the same house as them, Kenya shows up anyway for the day’s excursion. Naturally, that gets Marlo a little bothered… and leaves the other women confused.

“You’re the same one who said you don’t like when people purposefully poke at you, or purposefully do things to make you get agitated,” Kandi Burruss tells Kenya. “You don’t like that. So why are you doing that?”

“I don’t like when people go off and insult me,” Kenya replies. “As long as you are respectful to me, I’ll be respectful to you. Period.”

“Girl, bulls**t,” Marlo interjects. “She spoke about my nephews and me without me, she drove up here by herself. Let’s go do what we’re doing. Kenya, have a safe trip back, baby.”

“Don’t speak to me directly,” Kenya fires back, as the two enter a back-and-forth reminiscent of Marlo’s head-shaking, noise-making non-conversation with Sherée Whitfield all those years back on the group’s trip to Africa. 

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Sherée tries to ease the tension, though, but that only seems to set Marlo off more. She follows Kenya out of the house and continues on with Kenya, telling her she better keep Marlo’s nephews’ names out of her mouth. It seems as if Kenya’s made light of the fact that Marlo sent her two nephews, Michael and William — whom she has custody over — away for 30 days.

“Kenya, no one in this group will take me away from Michael and William,” Marlo declares. “No one.”

“Yeah, ’cause you gave ’em away,” Kenya sneers, shocking Sherée. 

“Leave Michael and William out of it!” Marlo spouts back. “She’s supposed to be ‘so classy.’ B***h, you’re trash. You’re trash and you go get that badass booty inflated. I’mma post it today! How awful it is.”

“I have never been around women acting like this,” Monyetta Shaw, the group’s newest addition, shares in a confessional. “Kandi, where did you bring me? Can we just be adults and get to our destination? Please?” 

Well, Monyetta, there’s likely a lot more drama to come between these two. Ahead of the season, both Kenya and Marlo took shots at one another in separate ET interviews.

“Unfortunately, sometimes people are not who they seem to be and they have ulterior motives, and I think that if you’re in a situation where you really have wanted something so badly for 20 years and you get it, you feel like you need to keep it,” Kenya said, referencing the fact that Marlo appeared on the show in a “friend of” capacity for nearly a decade before landing a full-time spot. “And so what do you do? You come after me.”

Kenya went so far as to say Marlo picked up the “villain scepter” this year, a claim Marlo swiftly shut down. 

“So she came in lighter, brighter, and I picked up the scepter for the villain? More like, I came in here as the hero and I’m keeping everyone’s peaches juicy and sweeter!” Marlo fired back. “I think Kenya’s a little delusional. Seriously, I’ve come to that conclusion. Because you will see yourself —  I’m not even going to badmouth her — as this season reveals, you’re going to see the true Kenya.”

The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

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New MCU Villain First Look Revealed In Ironheart Show Set Photos

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New set photos for Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney+ series Ironheart preview Anthony Ramos’ mystery villain, revealing his rather telling costume.

New photos from the set of Marvel Studio’s Ironheart offer the first proper look at the series’ villain, played by Hamilton star Anthony Ramos. The Disney+ series will be led by Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams. In the comics, Riri becomes the hero Ironheart, the spiritual successor to Tony Stark/Iron Man. Her series will premiere in the fall of 2023 as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 5 slate. However, audiences will first get a glimpse of Thorne in the Black Panther sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, in November 2022.

The Ironheart series was announced by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige in December 2020, and it was revealed to be a part of the MCU’s Phase 5 during the studio’s recent panel at San Diego Comic-Con, where Feige announced a slew of projects that will form the Multiverse Saga. Filming for the six-episode Ironheart began in Chicago in May and is expected to conclude in October. It will focus on Thorne’s Riri, who constructs her own version of the Iron Man armor and will look to carry on Tony Stark’s legacy after his death in Avengers: Endgame. Additional character details are being kept under wraps, but it just may be that Ramos’ mysterious villain has been revealed.

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Ramos’ role in the series has yet to be officially confirmed, but new Ironheart set photos offer a good look at him in costume. Shared online by Just Jared (and posted to social media by Ironheart News), the images show Ramos wearing a striking red hood and cape. This seems to support the idea that the actor will be playing Parker Robbins, aka The Hood. In the comics, Robbins was originally a petty criminal in New York City, but gained superpowers after encountering a Nisanti demon and stealing its hood and boots.

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The Hood doesn’t have much of a history with Ironheart in the comics, so his potential inclusion in the Disney+ show is intriguing. Of course, these set photos aren’t direct confirmation that Ramos is playing Robbins, but there is no denying that his costume looks rather similar to the comics imagery of the character. How he comes to be involved with Riri’s story has yet to be explained, but the eventual release of Ironheart plot details could perhaps shed more light on this.

With Riri appearing in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and seemingly beginning to construct her own armor with the help of Letitia Wright’s Shuri, it is likely that Riri will begin the series with an already-formed hero persona, as teased by additional Ironheart set photos. Still, she will likely be early on in her tenure, and The Hood could become the first major bad guy she’s ever fought. With Ironheart releasing before the Avengers’ double-header – Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars – in 2025, Thorne’s role in the MCU will likely grow as she meets more of its heroes and becomes an integral member of the Avengers. She could end up fighting Kang the Conqueror someday, so a street-level villain like The Hood will be a good warmup for Riri.


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  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2023)Release date: Jul 28, 2023
  • The Blade (2023)Release date: Nov 03, 2023
  • Captain America: New World Order (2024)Release date: May 03, 2024
  • Marvel’s Thunderbolts (2024)Release date: Jul 26, 2024
  • Fantastic Four (2024)Release date: Nov 08, 2024
  • Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (2025)Release date: May 02, 2025
  • Avengers: Secret Wars (2025)Release date: Nov 07, 2025




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‘Better Call Saul’: Kim Returns, So Does [SPOILER], and Saul Gets Violent

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SPOILER ALERTDo not read if you have not watched the 12th episode of “Better Call Saul” Season 6, titled “Waterworks.”

Kim Wexler is back!

After she and Saul (Bob Odenkirk) had a shocking break-up three episodes ago, “Better Call Saul” fans have been going through a Wexler withdrawal. Luckily, all that changed on Monday night’s penultimate episode, and we got a lot of answers about where Kim (Rhea Seehorn) has been in the “Breaking Bad” and post-“Breaking Bad” worlds.

The episode opens during the “Breaking Bad” timeline, where Saul is bouncing a stress ball against his office wall. Francesca (Tina Parker) informs him that everyone in the waiting room can hear him through the wall, and he has a special visitor: Kim. Though we don’t see Kim at this point, Saul says to let “her” in and they prepare to sign their official divorce papers.

Before we see Kim for the first time during the main “Breaking Bad” era, we flash-forward to where she is after “Breaking Bad,” and that is far from the dry deserts of Albuquerque in boring, mundane Florida. Her life has changed majorly after she left Saul; she’s dating a new man, rocking a new haircut, trying out a new mayonnaise and watching “The Amazing Race.” She now works at Palm Coast Sprinklers in the Catalog & Brochures department, away from Saul’s morally-draining exploits. That is, until she gets a phone call from him, which we saw in last week’s episode without sound.

In tonight’s episode, we finally hear what was said between Saul and Kim, and, wow, things are messy! Saul, fully in the Saul Goodman persona of “Breaking Bad,” jokingly says he’s calling to catch up after six years and brags that he’s still alive and getting away with everything. Kim restrains herself, simply saying he shouldn’t be calling her and that he should turn himself in. Saul doesn’t take her words well and says the pot is calling the kettle black.

“We’re both too smart to throw our lives away for no reason,” he tells her, while also revealing that Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) and Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) are dead. Almost tearing up, Kim tells Saul she’s glad he’s alive, then hangs up the phone. After that, a coworker barges into Kim’s office and she’s forced to join in on the most awkward round of “Happy Birthday” in workplace history.

Still in the black-and-white timeline, we follow Kim from Florida back to good ‘ole Albuquerque. She revisits the courthouse and some key “Better Call Saul” locations, like Mike’s ticket booth and the outdoor table where she and Saul planned schemes. Then, she goes to Howard Hamlin’s (Patrick Fabian) house and sits down with his wife Cheryl (Sandrine Holt). Kim confesses everything, and I mean, everything.

She spills on her and Saul’s plot to ruin Howard’s reputation, the fake cocaine addiction, Lalo Salamanca’s (Tony Dalton) murder of Howard and his staged suicide. Kim gave her confessional to the courthouse, but admits there’s little physical evidence that would make any charges stick. On the way back to the airport, Kim breaks down and sobs violently, finally freeing herself of the guilt she’s harbored for years. Out of a season full of Emmy-worthy moments, this heart-wrenching scene sits near the top of the list.

The next time we see Kim this episode, it’s back in Saul’s office during “Breaking Bad.” Saul doesn’t care she’s moving to Florida and reveals she didn’t take her share of the massive Sandpiper payout. But the major moment comes as Kim leaves Saul’s office and lights up a cigarette…which draws the attention of none other than Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who’s taking shelter from the rain and bums a cig.

It’s one of the strangest pairings of “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” characters, but one that works surprisingly well. Jesse recognizes Kim from one of his friend’s legal run-ins and commends her for getting his friend off scot-free. He then asks if Saul is “the real deal,” and Kim reluctantly, but truthfully, answers, “When I knew him, he was.”

Speaking of Saul, he spends much of the episode snooping around the house of the cancer patient he met last episode, looking for valuables. During his search, Saul’s victim wakes up from his drug-induced slumber, and it looks like Saul’s luck has run out. Just as Saul is ready to knock the man out with a vase of his dog’s ashes, he passes out once again.

However, Saul’s isn’t free yet. Outside, Jeffy (Pat Healy) realizes he’s parked his cab in front of two cops, but the officers are too distracted by their food to notice Jeffy — until he panics, hits the gas and crashes into a parked car down the street. Saul’s reluctant partner-in-crime lands himself in prison, but Saul promises over the phone that he’ll bail him out no problem.

But will Saul get the chance? When he returns to Marion’s (Carol Burnett) house to tell her about Jeffy’s arrest, he discovers the elderly woman has stumbled upon some of his old Saul Goodman commercials. Realizing that “Gene” isn’t who he says he is, Marion condemns him as a conman. Amid the black-and-white scene, there’s a pop of color in Saul’s glasses from the Saul Goodman commercials, making a crossover from the black-and-white and in-color timelines. Suddenly, perhaps channeling his inner Walter White, Saul drops the act and threateningly approaches Marion, holding her phone cord like he’s going to strangle her. Before anything can happen, Marion presses her Life Alert button and says she’s being attacked, and Saul Goodman is the perpetrator.

How will Saul get out of this one? Will he and Kim ever reconcile? “Better Call Saul” fans will have to wait just one week more until all is resolved in next week’s series finale.



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Bob Odenkirk Confirms Fans Have Guessed Better Call Saul’s Ending

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Bob Odenkirk says “about one out of every nine people” on the internet have correctly guessed the ending to Better Call Saul season 6.

Bob Odenkirk says “about one out of every nine people” on the internet have correctly guessed the ending to Better Call Saul season 6. After numerous delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Odenkirk’s near-fatal heart attack, the beloved Breaking Bad prequel finally returned to AMC this past April for its sixth and final season. Premiered in 2015, Better Call Saul primarily follows Odenkirk’s Jimmy McGill as he devolves from an earnest public defender to the unscrupulous criminal lawyer audiences meet in Breaking Bad season 2.

Better Call Saul season 6 has spelled the end for many of its beloved new characters, including Nacho Varga (Michael Mando), Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian), and Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton). Episode 9, “Fun and Games” also signaled the death of Jimmy McGill as fans knew him. Racked by the guilt of their role in Howard’s death, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) finally decides to leave her husband, breaking Jimmy’s heart and spurring his transformation into Saul Goodman. Season 6 has now fully moved on to its black-and-white Gene Takovic timeline with occasional flashbacks to the Breaking Bad era featuring appearances from Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). With so much left to be resolved, Better Call Saul‘s dedicated online fanbase has been fervently speculating about how the show will end.

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During a recent appearance on The Today Show, Odenkirk looked ahead to the final episodes of Better Call Saul. Asked about how the show will end, Odenkirk revealed that he reads fan theories online and according to his oddly specific estimate, “about one out of every nine people” have gotten Better Call Saul‘s ending “dead right.” Read his full comment below:

You know I read the comments and I’d say about one out of every nine people gets it dead right, but I’m not going to say which one.

Odenkirk saying that only one in nine people, which is roughly 11 percent, have guessed the ending suggests a more obscure fan theory is correct, but one that is still common enough for him to notice. This seemingly rules out theories about Jimmy going to prison or reuniting with Kim. A more uncommon but equally plausible theory predicts that Carol Burnett’s Marion, newly armed with the powers of internet access, will find evidence of Gene’s past life in Albuquerque as Saul Goodman, forcing him to disappear again and essentially live out the rest of his days in fear of being recognized.


In recent episodes, Gene has headed further and further down a dark path, which would seemingly eliminate the possibility of a happy ending for everyone’s favorite Cinnabon manager and con man. Whatever ending Better Call Saul has in store, it’s apparently already been guessed correctly and is currently floating around all over the internet, according to Odenkirk. Even so, it’s still nearly impossible to narrow it down and know for sure.

Source: The Today Show/YouTube




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