Avatar China Re-release Could Make It All-Time Box Office Champ Again

March 9, 2021

Avatar is getting a surprise re-release in China, which could see it reclaim the title of all-time box office champion over Avengers: Endgame. Avatar is getting a surprise re-release in China, which could see it reclaim the title of all-time box office champion over Avengers: Endgame. James Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi/fantasy was a cultural phenomenon, raking […]

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League Has An Epilogue With An Intriguing Title

March 9, 2021

Director Zack Snyder says there’s an epilogue chapter, in addition to the six that were already revealed, for his cut of Justice League. Director Zack Snyder says there’s an epilogue chapter, in addition to the six that were already revealed, for his cut of Justice League, and it has an intriguing title. Zack Snyder’s Justice […]

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Pepe Le Pew Won’t Appear In Any Upcoming Warner Bros. Projects

March 9, 2021

After the decision to cut Pepe Le Pew from Space Jam: A New Legacy, Warner Bros. announced the cartoon skunk will not appear in any future projects. The controversial skunk Pepe Le Pew will not appear in any upcoming Warner Bros. projects. This comes after the news that Pepe Le Pew’s only scene in Space […]

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Andy Serkis Walked On All Fours In Public To Prepare For Gollum In LOTR

March 9, 2021

The Lord of the Rings’ Andy Serkis, who played raspy-voiced Gollum, admits he used to walk around on all fours to prepare for the role. The Lord of the Rings’ Andy Serkis, who played raspy-voiced Gollum, admits he used to walk around on all fours to prepare for the role. 2021 marks the 20th anniversary […]

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May 01, 2021

More than a whiff of Scottish heritage hangs in the cool Dunedin air, so it's not surprising that many of the things to do in Dunedin have a Scottish flavour. Dunedin's hilly harbour side terrain is filled with streets and suburbs that mirror places in Scotland. Dunedin's grand Victorian and Edwardian architecture are some of the most amazing landmarks in New Zealand. It completes the picture...

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May 12, 2021

When it comes to delivering incredible views, Cap Juluca Resort on the island of Anguilla doesn't mess around. You only need to walk as far as the front lobby to experience high-definition views of the Caribbean Sea. Since 1988, Cap Juluca has served as the 16-mile long island of Anguilla's premier luxury resort.The long crescent-shaped Maundays Beach is a beachwalkers paradise. Maundays is home to sand as soft as baby powder, a Caribbean Sea with a turquoise colour bordering that is crystal clear, and beach service that is second to none. Pulling back your villa curtain to Maundays Beach is the ultimate morning wakeup call.Cap Juluca has two cruisers on standby to take you away from it all. Venture to a remote island with beach bar right out of central casting. Explore why tiny Anguilla is renowned for its 33 world-class beaches. Paddle-boarding, sailing, and snorkelling are all yours for the asking at Cap Juluca. Tourists luxuriate among Flamboyant trees, palms, Turkshead cactus,...

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May 18, 2021

In Japan, Tokyo has long been the city most people flock to but in recent times, as independent travel around Japan has become far easier, other cities have been attracting a fair share of visitors. One such city that is growing in popularity is Osaka, which is a smaller city with plenty to do and easy access to a number of day trips from Osaka too.Kyoto, Nara and Kobe are our top three places...

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May 17, 2021

Home to popular TV show Parks and Recreation, the Indy 500, former presidents Harrison and Lincoln, and some incredible natural landmarks, Indiana is a must-visit state on anyone's USA bucket list. Indiana means 'Land of the Indians' as it was originally part of the Northwest Territories. Residents of Indiana are called Hoosiers, although it is unclear as to why that is. Many believe it was once a term used for people who lived in the forests as woodsmen.As well as significant historical landmarks, Indiana is home to some breathtaking natural landmarks. The South Shore of Lake Michigan is a...

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May 15, 2021

Argentina covers much of the southern tip of South America. Its landscape is wild and vast and is filled with roaring waterfalls, hidden relics of ancient civilisations, and the end of the world. Famous for Lionel Messi, the tango and gaucho culture, there are plenty of cultural, historic and natural landmarks in Argentina to explore.The cities are packed with life, from bustling street food...

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May 04, 2021

Not long after Christopher Columbus arrived in Cuba in 1492, the country became a Spanish colony. Following the Spanish-American war, Cuba became a protectorate of the USA, and today is an independent republic. Despite Cuba's tumultuous political past, the country is a spectacular island to visit in the Caribbean.With incredible mountainous landscapes, thick forests and spectacular beaches...

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May 10, 2021

Ecuador in South America is named after the equator which runs directly through the country. It is a land filled with incredible volcanoes, towering mountains and mystical cloud forests. Famous for the Galapagos Islands, the highest capital city in the world, Quito, and Mount Chimborazo whose peak is the closest point on earth to the sun, Ecuador is one of the best countries to visit in South America. From historic markets to fortresses to Incan ruins, there are many historical, natural and famous landmarks in Ecuador to explore.GALAPAGOS ISLANDS. Whilst not part of mainland Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands are one of the most famous landmarks to visit. The islands are often called the 'Enchanted Isles' and sit 960 km (600 miles) off the coast of Ecuador. Much of the land is a national...

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May 06, 2021

Switzerland is famous for its beautiful mountainous scenery, the snow-capped Alps and fantastic skiing conditions. But some of the most famous landmarks in Switzerland include architectural wonders, castles and cathedrals.While tourist numbers may drop outside of ski season, Switzerland is a beautiful country to visit all year round, with castles to rival the chateaux of France and lakes to rival the crystalline waters of the Balkans.LAKE GENEVA. There's a good reason why Lake Geneva is an amazing natural landmark in Switzerland, not only is it the largest lake in Switzerland but it's also...

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April 30, 2021

Visiting the temples of Angkor should be on anyone's bucket list. One of the world's greatest historical sites and the subject of films and fiction, there's a magical element to Angkor that captures the imagination and plunges you headfirst into an ancient world. Visiting Angkor Wat and the other temples of Angkor in Siem Reap is one of the top things to do in Cambodia. Visiting temples should be part of any Cambodia itinerary but if you have limited time, spending it at the right temples can make all the difference.The awe-inspiring ancient city of Angkor in the Siem Reap Province, near...

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May 07, 2021

Minnesota is a midwestern state famed for its natural beauty. The state neighbours Canada and is home to the largest of the American Great Lakes, Lake Superior. Minnesota was named after the Dakota Indian words for "cloudy water" or "sky-blue water".Nature is the true celebrity of this state, which has 11,842 lakes stretching over 10 acres or more, giving it the nickname of the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". The largest of the lakes, Lake Superior, is the largest freshwater lake in the world. However, it is not just lakes that give the state its watery heritage, as its rivers and streams cover...

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May 03, 2021

For a taste of a quintessential Australian beach holiday, where the campgrounds are filled with the aromas of freshly caught barbecued fish and the cries of "thars she blows" are commonplace during the whale watching season, the NSW south coast may hold the key to your dreams.From the white sandy beaches and clear blue waters of Batemans Bay, Narooma, Bermagui, Tathra, Merimbula and Pambula to the tiny historic villages of Mogo, Tilba, Cobargo and Bega, this stretch of Pacific coastline has more to offer than a mere sightseeing trip.And much of the experience is outdoors - in typical Aussie style. One day you could be surfing close to fur seals in the wild, the next venturing on a whale-watching cruise among a host of humpbacks. The NSW south coast has an abundance of fresh seafood and the local produce from a region renowned as dairying country.While most people venture south on a day trip from Sydney to Wollongong and Kiama, the far south coast of NSW has plenty of treasures to...

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May 02, 2021

The Solomon Islands is the lesser-known island nation of the Pacific, a mere two hours' flight from Brisbane with Solomon Airlines. If you always thought - like me - that Papua New Guinea looks like a hornbill in flight, the Solomons are on its tail wake. Never saw it that way? Look again. There are so many wonderful things to do on the Solomon Islands. With pristine beaches, fresh fish, plentiful fruit and friendly people, these islands are a destination you will love. Solomon Islands diving is legendary and there's history and culture to explore.TAKE A JOYRIDE TO NEW GEORGIA. Munda is our destination, the largest settlement on the island of New Georgia in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands and a top Solomon Islands diving spot. The flight from Honiara, capital of the Solomon Islands, can easily be classified as a joyride.GO DIVING NEAR MUNDA. Munda diving is among the best in the world. Drop-offs to over 600 meters with Grey, Blacktip and Whitetip Reef sharks, eagle...

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May 08, 2021

The treeless landscape has a haunting rock-strewn beauty where moss-covered hills are speckled with fragrant ferns and yellow blooms of sea cabbage. The Falkland Islands reminds me of the Scottish Highlands.At New Island, the western-most inhabited island of the Falklands archipelago, a three-hour uphill trek brings us to a bird rookery where thousands of black-browed albatrosses, rockhopper penguins, with long yellow head tassels, and blue-eyed shags nest together.The capital, Stanley, offers several touring choices including the battlefields of the Falklands War, a sheep farm and a...

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May 11, 2021

From scenic country drives and long walks to shopping for antiques and drinking wine, Bowral is a fabulous destination for anyone looking for a sophisticated country escape. The hub in the Southern Highlands is only a short drive from Sydney, and you can easily visit Bowral as a day trip.There are lots of things to do in Bowral for all seasons, and it's lovely to visit in spring for a colourful flower display or in autumn for fall foliage and in winter to warm up before a roaring fireplace. Once a summer retreat for Sydney society's creme de la creme, Bowral is filled with stately manors, beautiful gardens, and boutique heritage accommodation. Tick these top things to do in Bowral off your weekend bucket list.EXPLORE THE BRADMAN MUSEUM. Home to famous Australian cricketer Sir Donald...

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May 19, 2021

Cozumel Island is in the Gulf of Mexico, off Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. A small limestone island, Cozumel is surrounded by clear aqua waters. It's easy to get around on your own as there are two parallel sealed roads circumventing the island. The new road is used for cars and buses. The old one is used by bicycles and scooters.The island's centre is a national park, home to racoon, deer, iguana, non- venomous snakes and wild bore. All the offshoot roads towards the ocean are un-sealed and bright white because of the limestone. Along with the white-painted bases of palm trees means you'll need a pair of good polarising sunglasses.Our island tour began at the Mayan Cacao Company. We saw a typical Mayan wooden house and tasted home-made 'mole', which is a spicy chocolate-based salsa...

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May 09, 2021

It's easy to see why Jordan is a popular family destination. The wedge of land surrounded by Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Palestinian territories, with a small slice of coastline at the north-eastern tip of the Red Sea, is one big family playground. There are plenty of things to do in Jordan for kids, including riding camels in the desert and exploring Crusader castles.Lawrence of Arabia's desert to Indiana Jones' Petra, Jordan is a natural playground. With plenty of fun in the sun, sand and mud, it's a great spot for a family vacation. Here are some things to do in Jordan for...

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May 14, 2021

Do you love ancient history? Ancient Egypt has more than its fair share of attractions for travellers who are keen to explore its mysteries. When in Egypt, exploring the mysteries of Luxor is definitely something to tick off your bucket list.Luxor was once the capital of ancient Egypt and is one of the most impressive open-air museums in the world. Home to a number of famous Egypt landmarks, some of the highlights is visiting Tutankhamen's tomb in the Valley of the Kings, exploring the mysteries of Karnak and cruising the Nile.Most people visit Luxor before or after a cruise but two days of exploring Luxor's temples only offers a sample of Egypt's delights. It's worth spending a few days to explore Luxor as there's plenty to see.EXPLORE KARNAK TEMPLE. The soaring columns and giant...

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May 05, 2021

Kenya's largest coastal city is shrouded in history and mystique. This coastal city has a rich history and an atmospheric Old Town with plenty of character. Here are things to do in Mombasa.VISIT MOMBASA'S OLD TOWN. Soak in the ambience of Swahili life while roving the narrow alleyways of Mombasa's Old Town. The best way to experience the Old Town is on foot where a blend of Arab, African and...

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May 16, 2021

Visitors who are keen on history and looking for things to do in Tasmania with a focus on the island's rich past will love exploring the Convict Trail, which passes through the town of Richmond. Richmond, Tasmania, is one of the prettiest places on the Apple Isle.It drops south, through the former grain town of Sorell - which has its own collection of prized 19th-century buildings - and Dunalley, a small fishing village. The A9 road then stretches out over Eaglehawk Neck, a 100-metre wide isthmus that connects mainland Tasmania with the Tasman Peninsula. There are some stunning natural sights in this vicinity, with a series of blowholes, cave formations and sweeping cliff-edge views. Even though Richmond has a rough past, walking around Richmond today, it's no surprise that many consider this the most charming place in Tassie.WALK ACROSS THE OLDEST BRIDGE IN AUSTRALIA. Richmond Bridge is a heritage-listed arch bridge constructed from sandstone from Butchers Hill quarry that was...

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May 13, 2021

Seychelles is often seen as a honeymoon spot and is considered expensive in comparison to most other islands, however, that doesn't mean that you cannot enjoy a solo budget trip here if you plan well. With so many things to do in Seychelles, the perfect Seychelles itinerary is achievable even if you're travelling on your own. I spent around 15 days in this beautiful country, alone, and had the time of my life here. An archipelago of almost 115 islands, half of the islands in Seychelles are inaccessible and uninhabited. Around 1/4 of these 115 islands are private resort islands which are not accessible unless you are staying there.La Misere Viewpoint. One of the most scenic viewpoints on Mahe, La Misere Viewpoint gives you an unobstructed view of the Eden islands. As this viewpoint is at a height, you will also see the entire Victoria city sprawled out in front of you. This viewpoint is a little away from the city, so it is quiet and peaceful here. And you won't find too much crowd...

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