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Justice League was originally meant to include Darkseid, Actor Ray Porter officially confirms



Justice League was originally meant to include Darkseid

Actor Ray Porter has officially confirmed that he was set to play villain Darkseid in Snyder’s Justice League before his role was cut from the theatrical release.

He revealed the news on his Twitter account, adding that he has the permission now to talk about his role. 

Porter posted: “Because I’ve been given permission… Hi, I’m Ray. I played Darkseid in Zack Snyder’s Justice League. There. It’s out now.”

Darkseid was supposed to show at the end after the fight with Steppenwolf in Zack Snyder’s original vision for the. DC tramp-up, also briefly at the beginning of the movie. 

Soon after Joss Whedon took over the film, plans for Darkseid and a Justice League trilogy was dropped. Darkseid will be seen in Ava DuVernay’s new Gods. 

Some fans asked Porter if he’d heard from DuVernay, to which he replied “No, I have not.” “I know a lot of people on Twitter have been making noise about it and I’m really grateful, and I love that, and obviously I’d love to hear from Ava about New Gods, but I also respect that Ava’s got a vision for this project. And if I’m not a part of that vision, that’s just the way it is, and that’s okay. My hope is that it’s something the fans are going to love as well. But I haven’t heard from Ava yet.”

If the original Snyder cut is releasing then Darkseid has to play a part in the film. Porter suddenly getting into the picture certainly indicates there could be a major story changes as a part of the Snyder Cut! 

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Best Teen Shows on Netflix to watch today



best shows for teens on netflix to watch in 2020

Looking for the latest and binge-worthy teen shows, TV series, and movies to watch on Netflix? Our team at The West News has compiled a list of best teen shows on Netflix that you can watch today.

The 100 – 2014

100 Season 7/Netflix

The 100, adapted from a YA series by writer Kass Morgan, is about sending hail bombs from colonies floating in space and creating warring factions. Things invariably go wrong, beloved characters are killed (as required by television law), there is war, war, a war between the parties arises and hearts are broken. Netflix’s most controversial drama is bound to infuriate you, whether you’ve read the source material or not. Don’t be fooled by the show’s soapy veneer, there’s a lot more to it, and it’s definitely not for the faint-hearted.

13 Reasons Why 2017-2020

13 Reasons Why Season 4/Netflix

Brian Yorkey’s adaptation follows a group of Liberty High students who receive seven tapes revealing the secrets of their school, followed by a second season that uses a series of Polaroids to uncover secrets about the school. The addictive story dissolves into themes such as driving under the influence of alcohol and sexual consent, as well as the effects of drugs and alcohol.

The Vampire Diaries 2009-2017

This supernatural teen soap premiered at the glitzy heights of Twilight mania in 2009 and has had its fair share of controversy in recent years. Based on the novel series of the same name by author Stephen King, the series examines the life of a newly orphaned high school student named Elena (Nina Dobrev), who pursues her dreams of supernatural powers. It may sometimes seem an exaggeration, but here’s a look at how high the school was (and still is) in the early years of its existence. There is a lot of talk about how “high” it used to be, and also about the effects of drugs and alcohol on young people.

He is a pale guy with big hair who bites the yoke off your neck in countless scenes.

Stranger Things – 2016

Stranger Things Season 3 – Eleven/Netflix

There’s a strange, almost comical tone that keeps me coming back, and I’m sure he’ll stick with the charismatic cast of tweenage. It’s late in season 3, but it’s a great show to talk about with your friends in time for the end of the new season. Coming back in a few weeks to the third and final season, this is definitely one of the best teen shows on Netflix right now.

The Society – 2019

This summer 2019 Netflix sensation introduces us to a group of high school students who live their lives in a city that is neatly cut off from the outside world. It seems to have been wiped out, and it is up to them to form a pseudo-government, to make sure that no one starts killing each other and hopefully find out what the hell is going on. When a bus full of children is kidnapped in a wooded area and cannot return home, a cargo bus discovers that no one is coming to pick them up.

Skins 2007-2013

At first glance, Skins may seem like a throwback to one of the most popular teen shows of all time, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but it’s not.

The rampant sexual and social exploitation and armament poses a mystery to Roundview College, and each cleverly scripted episode is told from the perspective of these characters. This combo makes for a strong mix that pulsates with electrifying rhythm, as the students of the first episodes of Round Viewings are trapped in a mind that numbs childhood and adulthood. Within a few episodes you will discover how obsessed you are with these skillfully drawn children and how obsessed they are with the idea that their anarchic exploits will change or ruin their lives.

Sex Education – 2019

It’s hard to sell yourself with a title like “Sex,” but if you’re looking for a show about the complex emotions that accompany physical desire, this one is for you. The mother-son duo help navigate these feelings, and peers can even coach their peers through their problems if they have bedroom problems. Whether you look at the relationship between the characters, their relationship with their parents or the fact that they always consist of flattened types, every character has something to mean, be it funny or melancholy. Fooling around with distractions and fooling around with distractions, but also a great story about complex feelings and complex relationships. Laurie Nunn gives this gem a jewel with original music by Ezra Furman, and it is undoubtedly one of the most popular Netflix originals. 

Riverdale – 2017

It may sound as if the CW is bringing the yuk-yuk teen comic “Archie” into the modern age, but Riverdale shines in a splendor that looks like Twin Peaks or 300, with everything you think you’ve seen. This may not be as en vogue as Harry Potter, which has taken the whole world by storm, but the fantasy subgenre is not going to die out any time soon. If you’ve read J.K. Rowling’s series too many times and are looking for something new, try this on your Netflix order and watch it again to count.

The Order – 2019

The series follows freshman student Jack Morton as he navigates a terrifying creature, a spirited bully who wants to join Belgrave University’s secret society to uncover the secrets of his family’s secret life.

I Am Not Okay With This 2020

The drama is about a teenage girl named Syd who comes to terms with the recent loss of her father, struggles with sexuality and somehow begins to experience superpowers. It’s about how grief and anger can manifest in teenage girls and captures some of the nostalgic musical elements and moods that make TEOTFW work. Giving bullies a bloody nose and destroying supermarkets is a kind of fear that you might be okay, but none of it is.

Don’t miss to check the list of new movies which were added to Netflix in 2020.

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List of New Movies Coming To Netflix In June 2020



List of all New Movies Coming To Netflix In June 2020

The list of streaming platforms is growing exponentially and it keeps becoming harder to track which new movie or show is hitting our desired streaming platform. Netflix certainly has a great database of movies and shows amongst all the platforms. We are all excited about new releases on Netflix each month and eager to know one month prior to the upcoming releases. 

Here’s a list of each and every movie hitting the streaming platform Netflix in June, and the days you can watch them. 

New Movies Coming to Netflix on June 1

  • Act of Valor
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven
  • Bad News Bears
  • Cape Fear 
  • Casper
  • Clueless
  • Cook Off
  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  • Juwanna Mann
  • Inside Man
  • Kalek Shanab
  • Lust, Caution
  • Midnight Diner
  • Mirai
  • Observe and Report
  • Priest
  • Rememory
  • Starship Troopers
  • The Boy
  • The Car
  • The Disaster Artist
  • The Healer
  • The Help
  • The Queen
  • The Show
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • The Stolen
  • Twister
  • Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
  • V for Vendetta
  • West Side Story
  • You Don’t Mess with the Zohan
  • Zodiac
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Watch Kim Kardashian-West flaunting her toned pins and cleavage in figure-hugging underwear



Kim Kardashian-West flaunting her toned pins and cleavage in figure-hugging underwear

Kim Kardashian-West sent the temperatures soaring with her recent Instagram post in which she’s promoting her most recent SKIMS collection.

She looks sensational as she resting on a cream sofa in the middle of her wardrobe in her underwear.

Recently, Kim launched her Summer Mesh collection of bodysuits, tailored to each body type soon after her SKIMS face masks in aid of coronavirus relief funds were sold out instantly.

The trainee lawyer is currently isolating herself at her Hidden Hills home with husband Kanye West and their four children, North, six, Saint, four, Chicago, two, and Psalm, one.

Kim looked sensational as she sat on the sofa, flaunting her toned body while gazing at her iPhone. rocking a pair of beige killer stilettos with a strap twisting around her leg. 

The post which she captioned: “Summer Mesh collection just dropped SKIMS.COM,” has amassed over 1.6 million likes and flooded comments from her fans.

One follower commented: “Blonde looks so hot on you Kim.”

Another said: “A serve, Mamma.”

The third added: “Never not proud of you, Kimberly.”

Kim has openly spoken about her sizzling Instagram posts and why she isn’t able to show her children Instagram due to her contribution to nude photography. 

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Kim said: “I realized I could not even scroll through Instagram in front of my kids without full nudity coming up on my feed pretty much all the time. And I definitely contributed to that,

“I mean, one of my most iconic covers was the Paper magazine one when I was all oiled up and ripping my dress off.”

She added: “I also did think, like, okay, I’m here in the White House and then the next day I was posting, like, a crazy bikini selfie. And I was thinking, I hope they don’t see this. I have to go back there next week.”

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