Entertainment superstar comebacks in "Thor 4" confirmed - and another celebrity guest appearance revealed
Young and the Restless star Donny Boaz reveals he's leaving the show
After more than a year and over 100 episodes, Donny Boaz is bidding a fond farewell to the soap opera The Young and the Restless. Boaz signed on to play Phillip “Chance” Chancellor IV in The Young and the Restless back in November 2019.The 40-year-old actor took to Instagram on Monday releasing a lengthy statement, which confirmed he'll neither be replaced with another actor or killed off. © Provided by Daily Mail Farewell: After more than a year and over 100 episodes, Danny Boaz is bidding a fond farewell to the soap opera The Young and the Restless 'Sad news: Tomorrow, Monday, 02/01/21, as of now...
The MCU adventure "Thor 4: Love And Thunder" turns into a show for Hollywood stars: set pictures now confirm that Matt Damon and Sam Neill are back after "Thor 3" - and that this time they get company from Melissa McCarthy.
In a scene in "" we enjoyed a meta-play in which the (alleged ) The death of Loki in " " was re-enacted more or less truthfully.
The whole thing was brought to life by nameless Asgardian actors who were embodied by anything but nameless stars. Hollywood star, “Jurassic Park” veteran and Chris Hemsworth's brother played the stage versions of Loki, Odin and Thor in funny guest appearances:
This is what the stars of the 80s sitcoms do today.
" Deutschland sucht den Superstar " likes to be strange, that's just part of the RTL hit format. Weird chants are presented here as well as curious outfits and completely missed performances that end in chaos. In return, the show by Dieter Bohlen (66) reliably provides us with goose bumps and really good singing.
In “”, director will now tie in with this gag and apparently present us once again with a theatrical performance of past events - and with the same stars. A corresponding rumor had already made the rounds and snapshots from the Australian set of the Marvel sequel now confirm that Damon, Neill and Hemsworth are again in "Thor 4" as Fake-Loki, Fake-Odin and Fake-Thor become (via Daily Mail ).
But that's not all: Comedy starMelissa McCarthy "replaces "Cate Blanchett ("Spy", "Bridal Alert") is another prominent face in this illustrious group ...
Melissa McCarthy will appear in Thor 4: Love And Thunder as the stage counterpart to Thor and Loki's evil sister, Hela. That emerges from her costumes on the set pictures shared by the. Accordingly, the theatrical version of the events from "Thor 3", where Hela caused the downfall of Asgard, should await us in "Thor 4". McCarthy follows in the footsteps of Oscar winner , who embodied the right Hela in the predecessor.
Former Red Wings winger Justin Abdelkader signs in Switzerland
In his prime, Abdelkader was a capable top-six power forward, twice reaching the 40-point mark while recording at least 100 hits in all of his 11 full NHL seasons. However, his offensive production dried up considerably in recent years, including a goalless 2019-20 campaign during which he managed just three assists in 49 games that resulted in the Red Wings opting to pay him more than $6M in total over the next six years to get out of his contract.
By participating in “Thor 4”, Melissa McCarthy is fulfilling a longing wish, as she and her husbandapplied for a role in the blockbuster in a somewhat bizarre Instagram video at Christmas 2020. And in fact they were both heard by Taika Waititi, as Falcone was also spotted on set during the filming of the scene described.
Star-Cast for "Thor 4"
Even if the roles of McCarthy, Damon, Neill and Hemsworth are small, they undoubtedly add to the already illustrious cast of "Thor" more star power.
In addition to main actor, the returnees and as well as newcomer can be seen in larger parts. In addition, the "Guardians Of The Galaxy" , , and in the "Thor" sequel. Almost nothing is known about the exact plot, but the Marvel film already has a date:
"Thor 4: Love And Thunder" is due to start in German cinemas on May 5, 2022.
Lawmakers say they want big legislation to be bipartisan, but it doesn't happen often .
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.And it follows a familiar pattern we’ve seen over the last 30 years in Washington: Bipartisan votes on major pieces of legislation have been the exception rather than the norm.