This 'Walking Dead' star wants to be Spider-Man and he's read for Marvel before, soooo it could happen.
Today in "we could have had it all" news, The Walking Dead and Everybody Hates Chris star Tyler James Williams has said he's read for Marvel and would "absolutely love" to play Spider-Man.
On a halcyon day in late April, I was gazing toward the English Channel across a vast field of nearly ten thousand glowing white sentinels. The many crosses, punctuated by a few stars of David, are planted in the American Cemetery on a bluff above Omaha Beach in Normandy. Show More Summary
Tyler James Williams reveals that Jaden Smith is playing 'Static Shock', while stating his interest in playing Miles Morales in 'Spider-Man'.
The wonderful human behaviour that elevates all our morals. » Continue reading: Why This Beautiful Human Behaviour is Highly Infectious » Read HealthiestBlog.com, the new site from PsyBlog's author Related articles: Unique Human Brain...Show More Summary
We love Israel and know best the moral dilemmas we faced.
In an industry where brokerages often leave agents to fend for themselves, many agents say they hire coaches to provide personal accountability and moral support. But the survey shows others view the real estate world’s “personal trainers” as hucksters...
--White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland (Zwerger) -- H e's a little late Forgive us now for what we've done It started out as a bit of fun Here, take these before we run away The keys to the gulag --O Children, Nick Cave Torture is not...Show More Summary
A bank in China's Jilin province has come up with an unusual incentive for people to perform good deeds by offering rewards for benevolent conduct, reports ECNS. [ more › ]
I said it was coming. Many of us did. Two years ago this week the Boy Scouts of America voted to welcome into its ranks "open and avowed" homosexuality, thereby disavowing the "morally straight" Scout Oath its members are sworn to uphold.
A few years back I was almost morally opposed to wifi on planes. In a way, planes were somewhere I could disconnect and recharge, since I'm otherwise basically connected to technology 24/7/365. However, my impression of inflight wifi has shifted dramatically over the years. Show More Summary
Aung San Suu Kyi was a moral icon, a human rights champion - so why has she been silent about the Rohingya Muslims?
The moral of the story: If you're a cop that prosecutors dare to charge, go for trial by judge rather than jury so you'll be acquitted. Officer Michael Brelo didn't just shoot once or twice in the heat of the moment. No, after a carShow More Summary
Following in the footsteps of evangelical leader Franklin Graham, former American Family Association spokeshater Bryan Fischer warned on his radio program of the "moral catastrophe" should the Boy Scouts of America end its ban on gay leaders as BSA president...
Kendrys Morales hit two home runs and had five RBIs, Chris Young gave up six hits in six innings and the Kansas City Royals defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 5-0 Friday night.
An anonymous Baltimore police officer appeared on CNN tonight to say that morale is "in the sewers" and "the worst of the worst I've ever seen in my career."
Last year’s Extraordinary Synod on the Family and Pope Francis’s many controversial statements have created moral issue earthquakes - not only in the Catholic Church - but also in the entire world. That was the reason for this year's Rome Life Forum.
'We expect people to live in celibacy in singleness, faithfulness in marriage,' the church's pastor explained.
That awkward moment when you realize the moral high ground is just a lump at the bottom of a moral well. Bozo the Clown was a respected entertainer; let's not sully his good name by dragging him into this. (via redditor fortuna_spins_you)...Show More Summary
The Good Story is a discussion–written exchanges over a number of years–between JM Coetzee, a novelist with an interest in moral psychology, and Arabella Kurtz, a clinical psychoanalyst of literary inclination, about the nature of storytelling. Show More Summary