First introduced in the graphic novel Assassin's Creed, Volume 3: Accipiter, Jonathan Hawk is a member of the Assassin Order and a descendant of the Aleman Assassin Accipiter and Egyptian Assassin Numa Al'Khamsin. In 2012, he used the Animus to relive the memories of his ancestors. He was a member of the Assassin cell based in London, headed by Stella Crow. If Michael Fassbender is playing Jonathan Hawk, it's certainly interesting news. Previous reports claimed that the actor was playing two characters within a Spanish Inquisition setting. Michael Fassbender was said to be playing a Spanish Assassin named Aguilar de Agarorobo, as well as his modern day descendant, a convicted felon named Michael Lynch, who is being used by the Templars to further their cause in their war against the Assassins. The character is portrayed as a much older man in the books, so it's possible that Hawk is being portrayed by an as yet unannounced actor. The character was featured in four volumes of … [Read more...] about Assassin’s Creed Movie Poster: Is Jonathan Hawk Coming?
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This report reveals that Reed Farrel Coleman will start combing through the writer-director's research files. The author will becomes Michael Mann's second major publishing partner through his Michael Mann Books imprint, following his team-up with The Cartel author Don Winslow. They will be working on a novel based on the true life exploits of mafia boss Tony Accardo and his protege Sam Giancana. Reed Farrel Coleman is best known for his popular Gus Murphy novels, and he has also become a three-time New York Times best selling author after taking over the Jesse Stone novel series, following the passing of original author Robert B. Parker. … [Read more...] about A Heat Prequel Is Coming from Michael Mann, But It’s Not What You Think
According to a new review coauthored by Brashier that appears in the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science, adults over the age of 65 are more than seven times more likely than younger adults to engage with fake news, a relatively sizable margin. While the assumption tends to be that cognitive declines that arise in older age might be contributing to this, Brashier knew from her previous research that contrary to what one might expect, older adults are less likely than younger adults to be the victims of other types of scams, such as consumer fraud, so cognitive declines likely don’t tell the whole story. “There seems to be something about the social media environment that’s specific and important” that’s accounting for why older adults tend to share misinformation, she says. … [Read more...] about New Research Explains Why Boomers Share So Much Fake News
Accompanied by photographer Lindsey Byrnes, Williams lip-syncs the track from the front seat while the duo dances to each pulsating line. “I’m alive in spite of me/And I’m on the move,” she sings. “So come and look inside of me/Watch me while I bloom.” … [Read more...] about Hayley Williams Carseat Dances in ‘Watch Me While I Bloom’ Video
America’s Got Talent returned for Season 15 on Tuesday, delivering a 1.4 in the adults 18-49 demographic and 9.81 million viewers for NBC. The reality competition dominated the night as it has in past summer runs, though it dipped in the demo compared with last year’s premiere. … [Read more...] about ‘America’s Got Talent’ Premiere Tops Tuesday Ratings; ‘World of Dance’ Dips In Return