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The Ultimate Lindsay Lohan #TBT
The Parent Trap remake may be almost 20 years old, but that doesn't mean Lindsay Lohan has forgotten about the film that put her on the map. The 29-year-old starlet took to Instagram late last week to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with an homage to her role as twins Hallie and Annie Parker. After putting up the image for her 4+ million followers, she followed up with the ultimate Dubsmash #tbt of a line directly from The Parent Trap itself, although it would've been much better treat if she just acted out the scene herself. Let's hope for more flashback moments from Lohan in the very near future.
Who Might Daredevil Fight Next?
Marvel's iteration of Hell's Kitchen has been under heavy fire since Daredevil's second season dropped on Netflix last Friday.
The next chapter in the explosive comic book series has been met with positive reviews thus far, courtesy of kickass fight scenes and the introduction of two highly anticipated new characters. With the inevitability of season 3, there's an abundance of villains who could face off against Daredevil down the road. When Screen Rant spoke with star Charlie Cox on the matter, he had one man in mind: "If we are fortunate enough to continue making the Daredevil series, I can’t imagine doing a run of Daredevil where Bullseye doesn’t show up at some point," Cox said. "It would be great to have him around at some point. Who would play that part I have no idea but I just think there’s such an interesting, rich character there, and also of course, the history that Bullseye has with Karen Page is an interesting dynamic. When you read the comics it’s etched in a Daredevil memory all that stuff."
Sounds like things are just getting started. Check out Daredevil's second season now, only on Netflix.
Happy Birthday, Scott Eastwood
Scott Eastwood, spawn of legendary actor-director, Clint Eastwood, turns the big 3-0 today. The Cali native certainly has a lot to celebrate, with a couple roles coming down the pipeline including his role in DC's Suicide Squad. To honor Eastwood in all his glory, we figured we'd take a guess as to who he'll be playing once Squad hits theaters on August 5th, and we've got every penny on the infamous orange and black mercenary Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke). As someone who eventually joins up with the villains of Task Force X, it would work in the storyline well if Slade starts off as your average soldier until something messes him up real, real bad. This is just a theory for now, but fingers crossed that we'll see Scott slicing and dicing on the big screen.