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  1. Lists of games on Nintendo consoles - Wikipedia

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    Lists of games on Nintendo consoles covers video games provided by Nintendo. The lists include lists of games for home consoles, handheld consoles, hybrid and others. For Nintendo games and other products, see List of Nintendo products.

  2. The Walt Disney Company - Wikipedia

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    The Walt Disney Studios consists of the company's filmed entertainment and theatrical entertainment businesses, including Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Studios, ...

  3. Dream (YouTuber) - Wikipedia

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    YouTube

    Dream created his YouTube account on February 8, 2014 and started to upload content regularly in July 2019. The first video on Dream's account that is still accessible involves him playing the game Minecraft poorly on purpose in order to "trigger" viewers.As of January 2021, the video has amassed 10 million views. In July 2019, Dream figured out the seed of a Minecraft world YouTuber PewDiePie was playing on using reverse engineering techniques that Dream learned from online forums. In Novemb...

    Dream SMP

    Along with YouTubers Sapnap and GeorgeNotFound, Dream is a member of the "Dream Team". The group frequently collaborate to create new content. In May 2020, they created the Dream SMP Minecraft serverto play together online. The Dream SMP is a private Survival Multiplayer Minecraft server owned by Dream. Dream and other prominent Minecraft content creators play on it. The server is divided into factions and includes heavy roleplay with major events being loosely scripted in advance, most other...

    Minecraft competitions

    Throughout 2020, Dream was a prominent participant in Minecraft Championship, a monthly Minecraft competition organized by Noxcrew. In 2020, Dream came first in the 8th and 11th Minecraft Championships.In September 2020, during the 10th Minecraft Championship, he played for charity, raising around $3,400.

    Opinion polls have shown that Dream is both one of the most liked and disliked YouTubers on the platform with a 2021 SurveyMonkeypoll showing that 59.7% of respondents have a favorable view of him, compared to 22.1% who had an unfavorable view. On January 1, 2021, Dream was doxed by fans who revealed the location of his house.On January 7, Dream addressed the doxing and denied accusations made against him by his former girlfriend. On June 30, 2021, Dream announced that he had donated $140,000—$90,000 from fan contributions and $50,000 from the Dream Team—to The Trevor Project, an LGBT youthcharity.

    Dream's personal life and identity are unknown. He has not revealed his face. Dream has been diagnosed with ADHD. As of 2021, Dream resides in Orlando, Florida.

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  4. Robot - Wikipedia

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    In Renaissance Italy, Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) sketched plans for a humanoid robot around 1495. Da Vinci's notebooks, rediscovered in the 1950s, contained detailed drawings of a mechanical knight now known as Leonardo's robot, able ...

  5. NBA Jam - Wikipedia

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    NBA Jam (sometimes "Jam" for short) is a long-running basketball video game series based on the National Basketball Association (NBA). Initially developed as arcade games by Midway, the game found popularity with its photorealistic ...

  6. Pyramid - Wikipedia

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    Mesopotamia

    The Mesopotamians built the earliest pyramidal structures, called ziggurats. In ancient times, these were brightly painted in gold/bronze. Since they were constructed of sun-dried mud-brick, little remains of them. Ziggurats were built by the Sumerians, Babylonians, Elamites, Akkadians, and Assyrians for local religions. Each ziggurat was part of a temple complex which included other buildings. The precursors of the ziggurat were raised platforms that date from the Ubaid period during the fou...

    Egypt

    The most famous pyramids are the Egyptian — huge structures built of brick or stone, some of which are among the world's largest constructions. They are shaped as a reference to the rays of the sun. Most pyramids had a polished, highly reflective white limestone surface, to give them a shining appearance when viewed from a distance. The capstone was usually made of hard stone – granite or basalt – and could be plated with gold, silver, or electrum and would also be highly reflective. The anci...

    Sudan

    While pyramids are associated with Egypt, the nation of Sudan has 220 extant pyramids, the most numerous in the world.Nubian pyramids were constructed (roughly 240 of them) at three sites in Sudan to serve as tombs for the kings and queens of Napata and Meroë. The pyramids of Kush, also known as Nubian Pyramids, have different characteristics than the pyramids of Egypt. The Nubian pyramids were constructed at a steeper angle than Egyptian ones. Pyramids were still being built in Sudan as late...

    The Louvre Pyramid in Paris, France, in the court of the Louvre Museum, is a 20.6 metre (about 70 foot) glass structure which acts as an entrance to the museum. It was designed by the American arch...
    The Tama-Revillage was an Egyptian-themed set of buildings and monuments established near Eatonton, Georgia by Nuwaubians in 1993 that was mostly demolished after being sold under government forfei...
    The Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, United States, is a 30-story true pyramid with light beaming from the top.
    The 32-story Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee (a city named after the ancient Egyptian capital whose name itself was derived from the name of one of its pyramids). Built in 1991, it was the home...
    Chogha Zanbil is an ancient Elamite complex in the Khuzestan province of Iran.
    Nubian pyramids at Archaeological Sites of the Island of Meroe
    Shaohao Tomb, Qufu, China
    El Castillo at Chichen Itza
  7. Edge of Tomorrow - Wikipedia

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    In 2015, aliens called "Mimics" arrive in Germany via an asteroid and swiftly conquer most of continental Europe. By 2020, the United Defense Force (UDF), a global military alliance established to combat the alien threat, finally achieves a victory over the Mimics at Verdun using newly developed mech-suits. In Britain, the UDF plans a major invasion of France, and General Brigham (Brendan Gleeson) orders recently attached U.S. Major William Cage (Tom Cruise) of the media relations department to cover it. Cage, having no combat experience, objects and threatens to blame Brigham should the invasion fail. Brigham has Cage arrested and sent to Heathrow Airport, now a military base. Cage awakens to find Brigham has demoted him to a private and assigned him to Master Sergeant Farell (Bill Paxton) and the misfit J-Squad, who do not take kindly to Cage. The landing in France is a colossal failure; Farell and J-Squad are quickly killed. Cage uses a Claymore mine to kill an unusually large bl...

    Development and writing

    Viz Media published the novel in North America in 2009 as one of four translated Japanese science fiction novels that initiated its Haikasoru imprint. After drawing the interest of producer Erwin Stoff, his company 3 Arts Entertainment optioned the novel that same year. 3 Arts collaborated with the publisher's filmmaking subsidiary Viz Productions, headed by Jason Hoffs. Viz Media president Hidemi Fukuhara served as executive producer. Instead of making a pitch to a major studio to purchase t...

    Filming

    Production began at Leavesden Studios near London, which Warner Brothers had purchased as a permanent studio site. WB had been renting space there for its production of the Harry Potter films, but had been leaving the sets up permanently for nearly a decade and eventually chose to make the site semi-permanent. The parts with Tom Cruise in the opening scene were filmed in Liman's editing room, with the actor doing his own make-up and hair, leading the director to say it "may be the most indepe...

    Battle suits

    Production designer Oliver Scholl and his team worked with lead builder Pierre Bohanna to develop concept art for several battle suit options based on contemporary, real-world powered exoskeleton initiatives, such as those supported by DARPA. When director Doug Liman chose a design, the team built an aluminum prototype frame that had pivot points and hinges. Costume designer Kate Hawley contributed a gritty aesthetic design for the color palettes and surface treatments. While the design was m...

    Marketing

    Warner Bros. invested over $100 million in a marketing campaign for Edge of Tomorrow. The film was initially titled All You Need Is Kill after the light novel, but as filming was ending in July 2013, Warner Bros. changed the title to Edge of Tomorrow; Warner Bros. president Sue Kroll said the title was changed partly due to "negative chatter" about the word "kill" in the title. Doug Liman, who said he rejected the title All You Need Is Kill because it "didn't feel like it was the tone of the...

    Box office forecast

    Weeks before the film's release, reports in early May 2014 predicted an underwhelming performance in the North American (United States and Canada) box office for Edge of Tomorrow. Variety noted a "worrisome lack of buzz" leading up to the film's release. Initial box office tracking at the start of the month for the film estimated a gross between $25 million and $30 million on its opening weekend. Several weeks later, the estimate decreased by $5 million. The film planned to compete with The F...

    Theatrical run

    Edge of Tomorrow initiated its theatrical run in several territories on May 28, 2014, and rolled out to a total of 28 territories for its opening weekend of May 30 – June 1, 2014. It grossed $20.1 million on its opening weekend. For the second weekend of June 6–8, 2014, it was released in 36 additional territories. Edge of Tomorrow grossed $100.2 million in North America and $270.3 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $370.5 million. After the film's theatrical run, Entertain...

    Critical response

    Edge of Tomorrow received largely positive reviews from critics, who praised the humor, Liman's direction, the aliens' design, Cruise and Blunt's performances, and the time-loop premise's ability to remain fresh. However, some critics had issues with the film's conclusion. Based on 325 reviews, review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes reports that 91% of critics gave the film a positive review, with a rating average of 7.49/10. The website's critical consensus reads: "Gripping, well-acted,...

    Accolades

    The theatrical trailer for Edge of Tomorrow was nominated at the 15th Annual Golden Trailer Awards for Best Action and for Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster Trailer, but lost to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Godzilla, respectively. The film also received nominations at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards for Best Action Film, Best Action Actor (Tom Cruise), and Best Action Actress (Emily Blunt), but lost to Divergent.The Japanese government gave director Doug Liman the Annual Japan Cool Content Cont...

    Gender roles

    Emily Blunt plays Sergeant Rita Vrataski, a veteran who guides and trains Tom Cruise's character, Major William Cage. Blunt said of her role, "In these male-fueled genres, it's usually the woman who's holding the hand of the guy and he's running through explosions leading her, and I wanted to be doing the leading." Chris Nashawaty, reviewing the film for Entertainment Weekly, called it "the most feminist summer action flick in years". Bustle's Alicia Lutes described Rita as "ruthless and exac...

    Comparison to video games

    Liman said that the film's repeated scenes intentionally paralleled the respawning feature in video games, where players have to start over on a level if their character dies. In the afterword of All You Need Is Kill, author Hiroshi Sakurazaka notes his experience playing video games as a source of inspiration while writing the novel. Salon's Ryan Leas said analyses of the film noted that it "steals from the video game genre". Leas called Edge of Tomorrow's looped action "a meta-commentary on...

    In a December 2015 interview with Collider, McQuarrie said that Cruise had an idea for a sequel, and that the concept is "locked and loaded." In April 2016, Doug Liman had signed on to direct the sequel, while Race screenwriters Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse will write the script for the film. In October 2016, Liman stated that the film would "revolutionize how people make sequels", and went on to say that the story is "much better than the original film" and that it's "a sequel that's a prequel." In May 2017, Liman revealed that the title will be Live Die Repeat and Repeat and that both Cruise and Emily Blunt will reprise their roles from the first film. In January 2018, Liman revealed that Live Die Repeat and Repeat could be his next film and that scheduling issues have been worked out and the film is moving steadily toward a window in which to start production. In March 2018, Liman revealed that he was now working with Jez Butterworth on a script rewrite for the film. Later th...

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    Edge of Tomorrow at AllMovie
    Edge of Tomorrow at the TCM Movie Database
  8. Nine Percent - Wikipedia

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    • Controversy Over Lack of Promotions
    • Concerts and Tours

    In 2018, Nine Percent (百分九少年) was formed from the survival show Idol Producerwhere the audience voted for the group's members. This ran from January 19 to April 6, 2018. The group consisted of Cai Xukun (蔡徐坤), Chen Linong(陈立农), Fan Chengcheng (范丞丞), Justin (黄明昊), Lin Yanjun (林彦俊), Zhu Zhengting (朱正廷), Wang Ziyi (王子异), Xiao Gui (小鬼), and You Zhangjing(尤长靖).

    In August and October 2018, many netizens criticized iQIYI for failing to provide more opportunities to some of the members of the group. The lack of group performances and members' tendency to work on their own led fans to suspect the group Nine Percent might exist in name only. This caused some to believe that the group's company lacked a vision for the future in terms of music, instead of producing music, individual members had been busy with their own activities such as filming TV series and appearing on variety shows. Even presenter He Jiong joked on an episode of Who's the Murderer that it's very common in China for boy bands to spend a lot of time appearing on food shows.[citation needed] Despite being a phenomenal success, the group was mocked for lacking a sense of unity as only a few members, like Cai Xukun and Chen Linong, earned noticeable fame with a loyal fanbase.[citation needed] Most fans blamed the company, Idol Century, for their poor management of the group, 55% o...

    Headlining concerts

    1. THX with Love (2018) 2. 专辑分享会 (2018) 3. More Than Forever Final Concert [限定的记忆] (2019)

  9. Batman - Wikipedia

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    Batman is a superhero who appears in American comic books published by DC Comics.Batman was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, and debuted in the 27th issue of the comic book Detective Comics on March 30, 1939. In the DC Universe ...

  10. Nintendo Switch - Wikipedia

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    www .nintendo .com /switch /. The Nintendo Switch is a video game console developed by Nintendo and released worldwide in most regions on March 3, 2017. The console itself is a tablet that can either be docked for use as a home console or used ...

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