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16.04.21 12:00 New Movies + Shows to Watch this Weekend: ‘The Circle’ on Netflix + More

Schlagwörter: Netflix-original, Feature-Length, Ultraviolence, Embarrassing, Long-Lasting

...plus Big Shot, Frank of Ireland, Why Are You Like This and more!

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16.04.21 12:00 When Will ‘Big Shot’ Episode 2 Be on Disney+?

Schlagwörter: Feature-Length, Ultraviolence, Embarrassing, Long-Lasting, Lights-esque

John Stamos shines in Disney+'s exceptional new series Big Shot.

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16.04.21 11:53 CNN’s Rene Marsh’s 2-year-old son Blake dies of brain cancer

Schlagwörter: JohnsHopkins, Following, Thursday, December, November

"I lost all the dreams and hopes that a mom has for a son."

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16.04.21 11:48 Iran begins enriching uranium at 60 percent purity near end of nuclear talks

Schlagwörter: God-believing, Parliament, President, Wednesday, Following

The move, initially revealed by Iran's Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf on Twitter and later confirmed by state television, comes on the final day of talks in Vienna between countries involved in the 2015 nuclear deal.

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16.04.21 10:55 Cows take over quiet suburban street

Schlagwörter: Jacksonville, According, Westside, Florida, Four

Four cows were filmed “milking” their moment after invading the sleepy Westside neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida. According to local news, other farm animals, such as donkeys, pigs and sheep, have been spotted in the area since 2019.

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16.04.21 07:17 Ex-Yankee Adam Ottavino off to awful start for Red Sox

Schlagwörter: Nevertheless, Thursday’s, Minnesota, September, Ottavino

Some New York Yankees fans may be annoyed with Brian Cashman for the team’s 5-7 start, but one cash-saving trade he made this offseason is looking good thus far. The 35-year-old Adam Ottavino — whom Cashman traded to the Boston Red Sox on Jan. 25, along with right-handed minor leaguer Frank German, in exchange for...

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16.04.21 06:15 The top 10 running backs heading into 2021 NFL Draft

Schlagwörter: Patterson, Dunleavy, Williams, Jeremiah, Network

The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy gives his top 10 running backs in this year’s NFL draft, based on evaluations and conversations with people around the league: Travis Etienne, Clemson, 5-10, 215 pounds: Stunning for a back to run up his odometer to four seasons, especially when Etienne could’ve been a second-rounder in 2020. After nearly 700...

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16.04.21 05:20 Grandmother brutally beaten on LA bus by attacker who thought she was Asian

Schlagwörter: Eastsider, American, Angeles, Mexican, Yasmine

A 70-year-old woman was brutally beaten and dragged across a bus in Los Angeles by a hateful attacker who mistook her for Asian American, according to local reports. The victim, a grandmother who is Mexican American, was trying to get off a city bus Friday when another female passenger hurled an anti-Chinese slur at her,...

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16.04.21 05:09 Dogecoin jumps again to double record rally price

Schlagwörter: Wednesday’s, Wednesday, Robinhood, Mavericks, Dogecoin

Dogecoin has doubled from its Wednesday morning rally to reach prices of more than $0.30 Thursday night. The dog meme-inspired cryptocurrency — that began as a joke — is up 400 percent over the past week, according to Coindesk. The surge came a day after Wednesday’s stock market debut for the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, which...

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16.04.21 05:00 Multiple people shot at FedEx facility in Indianapolis

Schlagwörter: International, Indianapolis, Dispatchers, Parminder, Courtney

Multiple people were shot at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis on Thursday night, a report said. Police first responded to reports of an active shooter at the building near the Indianapolis International Airport at about 11:10 p.m., WISH reported. Dispatchers declared the shooting a “mass casualty” incident, which allows for more emergency responders, the report...

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16.04.21 04:54 NYC court clerk allegedly caught calling defendant ‘N-word’ on hot mic

Schlagwörter: Italian-American, Administration, Thornhill’s, Children’s, Manhattan

A Manhattan Family Court clerk was caught on a hot mic allegedly calling a black teenage defendant the N-word, according to the young man’s attorney. The clerk, Donna A. Prainito, who is white, didn’t realize her microphone was on when she used the racial slur to refer to a 15-year-old in a virtual proceeding before Judge Jessica...

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16.04.21 04:51 Chicago Police release new video it says shows slain 13-year-old Adam Toledo was armed

Schlagwörter: Prosecutors, Stillman, Thursday, Chicago, Officer

Chicago police say the 13-year-old who was shot dead by cops last month was holding a gun just before he was gunned down. Video footage released by the CPD shows Adam Toledo running in an alley before being asked to stop and put his hands up, according to CBS 2 Chicago. A grainy close up...

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16.04.21 04:18 Knicks have eye on Jalen Brunson’s uncertain Mavericks future

Schlagwörter: Timberwolves, Thibodeau’s, University, Villanova, Brunson’s

Villanova stud point guard Jalen Brunson, ex-Knick Rick Brunson’s son, who is emerging as a solid second-round steal for the Mavericks. Brunson, who scored 15 points with seven assists and five rebounds on April 2, has a non-guaranteed year left on his pact. The Mavericks, who the Knicks visit on Friday night, could let him...

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16.04.21 04:07 Simon & Schuster won’t distribute book by cop involved in Breonna Taylor shooting

Schlagwörter: Tennessee-based, Courier-Journal, PostHillPress, Mattingly’s, Louisville

The about-face comes after calls to boycott the distributor if it didn't cut ties with the publisher that inked a book deal with Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, 48.

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16.04.21 03:39 Chicago prosecutor not ‘fully informed’ when he told judge Adam Toledo was armed

Schlagwörter: Assistant, Thursday, Toledo’s, Chicago, State’s

A Chicago prosecutor was not fully informed when he told a judge that 13-year-old Adam Toledo was armed with a gun when the teen was fatally shot by a police officer last month, a report said. Cook County Assistant State Attorney James Murphy made the statement during a bond hearing for 21-year-old Ruben Roman, who...

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16.04.21 03:33 Giants must land Daniel Jones help in NFL Draft: ESPN’s Louis Riddick

Schlagwörter: Northwestern, Gettleman’s, Gettleman, Williams, Golladay

There is more pressure than ever on Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to get this year’s draft right, according to a former NFL player and personnel executive who not long ago interviewed with the team for the job Gettleman landed. Louis Riddick said the Giants must get a player with the No. 11-overall pick in...

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16.04.21 03:03 Media pushes false narrative of racism

Schlagwörter: Psychologists, Progressives, Partisanship, Republicans, Washington

The riots that have erupted after the killing of Daunte Wright reinforce a familiar pattern. This response is rooted not only in tragedy, but in a distorted perception of reality.   Chelsea Handler, for example, suggested that people of color have a “50-50” chance of being shot by police.  This is a complete distortion, but fits...

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16.04.21 03:01 ‘Tensions are high’ as Yankees, Rays renew rivalry

Schlagwörter: Wednesday’s, Montgomery, Kiermaier, Wednesday, Brosseau

The Yankees and Rays have both gotten off to uncharacteristically slow starts this season, but one thing hasn’t changed: There is still bad blood between the two AL East rivals. It simmered again over the weekend at Tampa Bay, when the Rays were perturbed that Yankees pitchers hit them four times — including one that...

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16.04.21 02:36 Anthony Davis clear for big step as Lakers return nears: ‘Good news’

Schlagwörter: Especially, Thursday, Saturday, Whenever, Schroder

The Lakers got some “good news” about one of their ailing superstars. Anthony Davis has been cleared for full-contact practice and is close to returning to the Los Angeles lineup, coach Frank Vogel told reporters before his team’s game against the Celtics on Thursday. He called it, “good news”. Davis, 28, was evaluated by the...

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16.04.21 02:30 Mets should heed Denver forecast for Jacob deGrom’s sake

Schlagwörter: Hillsborough, Bubble-Wrap, Antarctica, Two-thirds, Thursday

All week long as we’ve sloshed our way through puddles in and around New York City, as we’ve driven across slick roads and made mad dashes from house to car and from car to office without getting soaked, there has been this consolation, something you hear a lot this time of year, part of the...

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16.04.21 02:14 Islanders no match for Bruins

Schlagwörter: Islanders, Marchand, Thursday, Varlamov, Reilly’s

Brad Marchand scored twice and Tuukka Rask recorded his 300th career win during the host Boston Bruins’ 4-1 victory over the New York Islanders on Thursday. Marchand scored early in the first period to reach the 20-goal plateau for the 10th time in 12 seasons. He sealed the win by scoring into an empty net with 1:36 remaining in...

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16.04.21 02:07 Mom of four killed when neighbor’s gun accidentally goes off

Schlagwörter: Jacksonville, Jennifer, Homicide, Florida, Cayenne

A Florida mom-of-four was killed when her neighbor’s gun accidentally went off as he was cleaning it, shooting her in the head, authorities said. Jennifer Edelen, 47, was fatally shot inside her home on Sunday afternoon, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. Her teenage daughter, who was also inside the house at the time, called...

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16.04.21 01:55 Rangers blank Devils again to keep playoff push going

Schlagwörter: Defensemen, Shesterkin, Lindgren’s, Blackwell, Panarin’s

Artemi Panarin collected two goals and an assist as the New York Rangers cruised to a 4-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden, shutting out their division rival for the second game in a row. Panarin posted his third multi-goal game of the season. He has 10 goals...

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16.04.21 01:54 Is WiFido true blue or just a cop-out?

Schlagwörter: Nevertheless, Bulletproof, Department, Stationary, Proponents

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16.04.21 01:54 Suspect spews anti-Asian slurs at woman on NYC subway

Schlagwörter: Manhattan, Thursday, Street, Q

A hate-fueled suspect spewed anti-Asian slurs at a 34-year-old woman aboard a Manhattan subway train on Thursday, police said. The man harassed the victim on a Q train at the 96th Street station at about 11:30 a.m., according to cops. The suspect angrily pointed his finger in the woman’s face and hurled anti-Asian slurs at...

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16.04.21 01:31 US mattress firm spins ‘mind-control’ suit against Hästens CEO as good news

Schlagwörter: Connecticut, Adolfsson, Instagram, Regarding, Angelina

This bizarre, New Age saga of a Swedish mattress maker just got weirder. Staffers at a swanky retail chain that sells Hästens luxury beds and mattresses put a positive spin on an explosive lawsuit that accused the mattress maker’s kooky CEO of subjecting underlings to “mind control” and grading them based on their “vibrations and frequencies,” The Post has learned. Honchos at The...

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16.04.21 01:26 Giants players will not attend voluntary workouts due to COVID-19 concerns

Schlagwörter: Bowl-champion, Association, Buccaneers, Thursday, COVID-19

Giants players followed the lead of several other NFL teams, announcing Thursday that they will not attend in-person voluntary workouts, citing COVID-19 concerns. The offseason workout program is scheduled to begin on Monday. So far, the Broncos, Seahawks, Patriots, Lions, Browns, Bears and Super Bowl-champion Buccaneers have all made public their intention to stay away...

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16.04.21 01:07 School raising funds for beloved service dog’s surgeries

Schlagwörter: School’s, GoFundMe, Thursday, Christen, Willard

A Maine elementary school is rallying to give a beloved service dog a new leash on life. Ory, a 16-month-old professional pup who works in the Willard School’s special education department, was diagnosed with hip dysplasia, degenerative hips, and torn ACLs in both knees, according to WMTW. Ory works with special needs students at the...

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16.04.21 00:58 Bronx tot hospitalized after eating older brother’s weed gummies

Schlagwörter: Medicated, Thursday, Fordham, Heights, Savers

A 2-year-old girl was hospitalized in the Bronx Thursday after overdosing on her older brother’s marijuana gummies, police sources said. The tot got a hold of her siblings ‘Medicated Life Savers’ at the family’s Walton Avenue apartment in the Fordham Heights neighborhood at about 4 p.m., sources said. The gummies contain THC, the compound that...

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16.04.21 00:56 Anthony Hopkins heads from Hollywood to Wales as nomination heats up

Schlagwörter: Oscar-nominated, California, Hollywood, TikTokers, Hopkin’s

“Trees, brooks, and books... Back home in Wales.”

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16.04.21 00:56 Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers ask for trial delay to review ‘highly confidential’ pics

Schlagwörter: Confidential, FBI-supplied, Ghislaine, Maxwell’s, Manhattan

Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers have asked a judge to delay the start of her trial in light of the new indictment against her — citing, in part, the need to look over thousands of ‘highly confidential’ photos. The photographs, of which there are 2,100, are among hundreds of thousands of pieces of evidence the accused madam...

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16.04.21 00:55 MLB whiffing and becoming a waste of time

Schlagwörter: Bucks-Timberwolves, International, Montgomery’s, Anticipating, Immediately

To borrow from Dickens: It was the best of times, it was a waste of time. But I’m still a fool in love. I think that baseball, my first true love, will suddenly cure itself, its good senses restored as a matter of applied common sense. Thus it was with Pollyanna optimism that this past...

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16.04.21 00:49 This week in whoppers: Biden’s poverty claim, Ben & Jerry’s myth and more

Schlagwörter: Vermont-based, DaunteWright, Stoltenberg, Afghanistan, President

Diary of disturbing disinformation and dangerous delusions: Biden says: ‘That law on its own is projected to cut poverty in the black community by 37 percent.’ We say: Huh? With that claim about the White House’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, President Biden just set a new low for, well . . . malarkey. Indeed, you...

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16.04.21 00:31 Curtis Sliwa vows to end animal ‘kill’ shelters in NYC if elected mayor

Schlagwörter: Republican, Guardians, Manhattan, Thursday, Fernando

Republican mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa wants to create a new “Animal Welfare” party line — with the sole purpose of ending New York City’s so-called “kill” shelters, he told The Post on Thursday. The Guardians Angels founder vowed to stamp out the city shelter system’s practice of euthanizing dogs and cats, arguing its something everyone can...

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16.04.21 00:30 Jets’ running back problem likely a Day 2 draft concern

Schlagwörter: LaFleur’s, Alabama’s, Clemson’s, Thursday, La’Mical

As part of The Post’s 2021 NFL Draft preview, we examine what the Jets might do at each position. Thursday: Running back. The Jets’ list of needs is a long one, and running back is near the top. The question is whether general manager Joe Douglas believes he needs to draft one early or he...

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16.04.21 00:28 Blake Griffin amazed by benefits of Nets’ deep analytics dive

Schlagwörter: Brooklyn’s, Tournament, Personnel, Sometimes, Brooklyn

The NBA has become more and more analytics-driven, and the Nets have gone all-in on technology as much as anybody. Just watching one of their game drives that point home, with players on the bench studying their laptops, passing iPads from one to another and learning on the fly, not just from plays on the...

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16.04.21 00:21 Liberty select Michaela Onyenwere with No. 6 pick in WNBA draft

Schlagwörter: Tournament, Onyenwere, Michaela, Thursday, Barclays

Sabrina Ionescu has a new running mate in Brooklyn … straight out of a classic Pac-12 rivalry. The New York Liberty selected former UCLA forward Michaela Onyenwere with the No. 6 pick in Thursday night’s WNBA draft. Ionescu, the former Oregon superstar point guard, is the pillar of the new-look Liberty as they prepare to...

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16.04.21 00:19 Security concerns raised over US shipping migrants across country without proper ID

Schlagwörter: Philadelphia, Authorities, Republican, Management, Protection

The top Republican on the House Committee on Homeland Security is raising concerns that the Biden administration is shipping migrants to cities across the US without properly identifying them first. New York Rep. John Katko, in an interview with The Post, expressed worries that the rush to get migrants out of overcrowded facilities at the US-Mexico...

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16.04.21 00:07 Why Anne Hathaway and James Franco ‘bombed’ as 2011 Oscars hosts

Schlagwörter: Sorkin-penned, McConaughey, Misérables, Timberlake, Memorable

As The Post's Lou Lumenick put it in 2011: "I’ve been watching Oscar shows on TV since the late 1950s, and I’ve never seen anything remotely as awful and mind-numbing as Sunday night — a perfect storm of incompetent hosts, terrible writing, awkward moments."

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16.04.21 00:03 Chill out this summer beneath this LED solar-powered patio umbrella

Schlagwörter: StackCommerce, Solar-Powered, Discover, Umbrella, Equipped

No patio is complete without a sturdy umbrella.

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16.04.21 00:02 Amanda Seyfried had to hide her pregnancy while filming ‘Mank’

Schlagwörter: Summerville, Supporting, Mankiewicz, Seyfried’s, Television

"I'm 4 and a half weeks pregnant, I'm not supposed to say anything but I'm bloated and I can only eat cream cheese!"

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16.04.21 00:01 Improve your golf game and save with 42% off this rangefinder

Schlagwörter: StackCommerce, Slope-Switch, Rangefinder, Technology, Discover

Stocking up on golfing accessories can make you more prepared for a game.

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15.04.21 23:49 Travis Etienne’s Clemson gamble may pay off in 2021 NFL Draft

Schlagwörter: Edwards-Helaire, Jacksonville, Louisiana, Alabama’s, Clemson’s

Second of an 11-part series. Coming Friday: wide receiver. All the analytics and experts told Travis Etienne to make one decision. His heart and mind said to go in a different direction. Etienne returned for his senior season at Clemson rather than battling Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Jonathan Taylor and D’Andre Swift to become the first running...

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15.04.21 23:47 Sharon Osbourne tuned out ‘The Talk’s’ return episode after race row

Schlagwörter: Osbourne’s, Presidents, Underwood, Welteroth, Osbourne

“She didn’t watch the show. She doesn’t care. It’s really behind her. That’s not what her life is about," an insider told Page Six.

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15.04.21 23:39 Biden finally saw the folly of our Afghan adventure, but Trump got it first

Schlagwörter: Encyclopædia, Thanksgiving, Afghanistan, Britannica, Americans

Nearly two decades, $2 trillion and more than 2,300 US casualties later, President Joe Biden has announced that it is time to withdraw our forces from Afghanistan. Biden is absolutely right. As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the 10th anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s killing, we need to accept the fact that...

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15.04.21 23:37 Dale Moss says he and Clare Crawley are ‘in a good place’

Schlagwörter: Bachelorette, Sacramento, Hollywood, December, Crawley

After Page Six exclusively revealed that "Bachelorette" couple Clare Crawley and Dale Moss had split, the pair rekindled their romance.

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15.04.21 23:36 Army drill instructor Jonathan Pentland suspended over shove

Schlagwörter: Commander, Carolina, Jonathan, Pentland, Jackson

A US Army soldier charged with assaulting a black man outside his South Carolina home for being “in the wrong neighborhood” has been suspended by authorities at Fort Jackson. Jonathan Pentland, 42, whose assault on the unidentified victim Monday went viral, was charged with third-degree assault and battery in the incident — which brought Black...

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15.04.21 23:35 Mets showing some early positives in wild start to season

Schlagwörter: Tuesday’s, Guillorme, Francisco, Thursday, Colorado

At least the Mets managed to play three straight games without interruption this week, before another rainout Thursday ended the streak. Eight games played, six postponed or suspended — it’s April baseball in a pandemic. With snow in the weekend forecast at the Mets’ next stop, Colorado, a few observations from the eight games manager...

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15.04.21 23:33 Alec Burks exceeding Knicks’ wildest expectations

Schlagwörter: Philadelphia, Thibodeau’s, November’s, Ironically, Clarkson’s

DALLAS — The only mistake Knicks president Leon Rose made during November’s free agency was not giving Alec Burks a two-year deal. With his savvy, cool, fourth-quarter shotmaking, Burks is emerging as an NBA Sixth Man of the Year candidate. Ironically, his biggest competition, Jordan Clarkson, plays for the same Jazz outfit where Burks spent...

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15.04.21 23:31 Ben Barnes on hot new Netflix fantasy show ‘Shadow and Bone’

Schlagwörter: Chronicles, Premiering, Aleksander, Characters, Netflix’s

Ben Barnes is at the center of Netflix’s new epic, “Shadow and Bone,” the fantasy series based on a series of bestselling novels by Leigh Bardugo.

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