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Hellboy (upcoming film)

onsdag, oktober 11th, 2017

Hellboy (originally announced as Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen) is an upcoming American supernatural superhero film directed by Neil Marshall and written by Mike Mignola, Andrew Cosby, Christopher Golden, and Aron Coleite eletric shaver. The film serves as a reboot to the Hellboy film series and stars David Harbour, Ian McShane, Milla Jovovich, Sasha Lane, Penelope Mitchell, and Daniel Dae Kim.

Hellboy squares off against a medieval sorceress who seeks to destroy humankind.

In 2014, Hellboy creator Mike Mignola began work with writer Andrew Cosby on the story for a new film. The project was initially intended as a sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s films Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army. Del Toro was asked to produce, but declined, wishing instead to direct his own script for Hellboy III, and Ron Perlman refused to star without del Toro’s involvement. When Neil Marshall joined, it was decided that the new film would instead be a reboot.

In May 2017, Mignola announced on his personal Facebook page that the reboot, then titled Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, would be directed by Neil Marshall and star David Harbour as the titular character. Mignola also stated that the film would have an R rating. It is expected to be released in 2018. Andrew Cosby has stated that the film will be a ”darker, more gruesome version of Hellboy”, stating, ”Neil said from the very beginning that he wanted to walk a razor’s edge between horror and comic book movie, which was music to my ears, because that’s what I was shooting for in the script, and precisely what Mignola does so well with the comics.” Mignola has stated that he will have minimal involvement with the reboot, stating that he would act more as a ”co-executive producer” and will not be involved with the pre-production or design, stating, ”When the decision was made to do another movie, I got involved, basically saying, ‘If you’re going to do that story, don’t do this, or that, change this, and that youth football uniforms.’ I helped to steer it. Christopher Golden and I did write a couple of drafts of the screenplay and got it on track, and then the decision was made to do a reboot.”

Hellboy began principal production in September 2017 and will shoot in the United Kingdom and Bulgaria. On September 13, 2017, the first image of Harbour as Hellboy was released.

David Harbour was the first actor to be cast for the film in the role of Hellboy. In August 2017 best metal water bottle, Ian McShane was cast as Trevor Bruttenholm. On August 8th 2017, Milla Jovovich was cast as the main antagonist, the Blood Queen. On August 10, 2017, the Hellboy reboot dropped the Rise of the Blood Queen title and now simply referred to as Hellboy. On August 15th 2017, Sasha Lane was cast as Alice Monaghan, with Ed Skrein joining as Ben Daimio on August 21. However, on August 28, Skrien voluntarily dropped out of the film following fan complaints over ”whitewashing” of the role he was set to play, with Skrein stating, ”It is clear that representing this character in a culturally accurate way holds significance for people, and that to neglect this responsibility would continue a worrying tendency to obscure ethnic minority stories and voices in the Arts. I feel it is important to honor and respect that. Therefore, I have decided to step down so the role can be cast appropriately.” On August 30, 2017, Penelope Mitchell joined the cast as Ganeida. In September 2017, it was reported that Daniel Dae Kim would replace Skrein in the role of Daimio.

In September 2017, Empire reported that the film was scheduled to be released on January 11, 2019, however, Lionsgate later clarified that the report was false and a release date hasn’t been decided on yet.

Orissaare (Orissaare)

torsdag, mars 23rd, 2017


Orissaare (deutsch Orrisaar) ist ein Dorf (estnisch alevik) auf der größten estnischen Insel Saaremaa. Es ist der Hauptort der gleichnamigen Landgemeinde (Orissaare vald) im Kreis Saare online football shirts.

Das Dorf hat 841 Einwohner (Stand 31. Dezember 2011). Es liegt direkt an der Ostsee. Im Dorf befinden sich eine Bibliothek sowie das 1946 gegründete Gymnasium cheap socks. Im alten Spritzenhaus ist heute eine Jugendherberge untergebracht.

Vor dem Bau des Damms zwischen den Inseln Saaremaa und Muhu 1896 war Orissaare mit seinem Hafen Ankunftsort der Fähren des Festlandverkehrs nach Saaremaa. Der Hafen auf der kleinen, dem Dorf vorgelagerten Insel Illiku hat heute keine logistische Bedeutung mehr.

Kuriosum des Ortes ist eine Eiche, die mitten auf dem Spielfeld des örtlichen Fußballplatzes steht. Bei der Erweiterung des Stadions 1951 wurde der Baum stehengelassen, da es den sowjetischen Bauarbeitern nicht gelang, die Wurzeln zu entfernen. Heute haben sich die Fußballspieler an ihn gewöhnt.

2015 wurde die Eiche zum „Europäischen Baum des Jahres“ gewählt.

In Orissaare wurden der Schauspieler Ott Aardam (* 1980) und die Leichtathletin Kaie Kand (* 1984) geboren.


Kulturhaus mit Bibliothek

Fußballplatz mit Eiche



Bar in Orissaare

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Wladimir Klitschko vs. Tyson Fury

tisdag, mars 14th, 2017

Wladimir Klitschko vs. Tyson Fury, billed as Kollisionskurs or Collision Course, was a heavyweight fight for the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF, IBO, The Ring and lineal heavyweight titles. The fight took place on November 28, 2015 at Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Fury was declared the winner by unanimous decision. This ended Klitschko’s reign of nearly 10 years, the second longest in heavyweight history. Klitschko is entitled to a rematch per the fight contract. Despite this, Fury was stripped of the IBF heavyweight title for agreeing to the rematch instead of facing the IBF mandatory challenger, Vyacheslav Glazkov.

In 2013, after he had defeated both Kevin Johnson and Steve Cunningham in world title eliminator fights, Tyson Fury repeated that he wanted to fight Wladimir Klitschko because he was the Number 1 in the division. He had previously called him out during video interviews, but believed that the Ukrainian would retire before facing him. Fury could have fought Kubrat Pulev for the mandatory slot to fight Klitschko in mid-2013, but chose to set up an all English showdown with David Haye because ”it was a far bigger fight.” After originally being scheduled for 28 September 2013, Haye pulled out a week before the fight with a cut above his eye that he said happened during sparring. After the fight was rescheduled for 8 February 2014, Haye pulled out for a second time after he underwent surgery on his shoulder. However, many people including Fury believed that Haye, who had already pulled out of a fight with Manuel Charr before Fury, had perhaps lost some of his passion for the sport and didn’t want to fight because he feared losing, and was unerved by Fury’s attempts to sell the fight with his trash talk. Haye also reportedly said that he wasn’t going to give Fury a pay day, a decision that would later come back to haunt him when he eventually made his return to boxing. After Fury defeated Klitschko, he stated that he would never give Haye the chance to fight him again after he let him down twice and wasted his time and money.

After nearly a year out of the ring as a result of the Haye saga, Fury knocked out Joey Abell in February 2014 and was then left to face Dereck Chisora for a second time, in his third world title eliminator bout. He emerged comfortably as the winner, with Chisora retiring from the fight after the tenth round. Fury then defeated Christian Hammer in February 2015, whilst maintaining that he wanted to fight Klitschko and even though promoters were now sure that they could make the fight happen, Fury himself still believed that it was unlikely to be made.

Meanwhile, Klitschko had fought off several challengers to retain his world titles since his own victory over David Haye in 2011, which saw him win the WBA Super title, his fourth heavyweight belt out of the available five. His best victory since then had come over the then unbeaten Alexander Povetkin in 2013. Klitschko had been champion since he won the IBF and IBO belts for beating Chris Byrd in 2006. After defeating Bryant Jennings in April 2015, Klitschko acknowledged his next opponent should be Fury, saying that,

”I believe that the fight with Tyson Fury will look different to this one because of the size difference – Fury is taller than me. He is definitely the guy who is ambitious and I think it is going to be exciting. I think that he is going to engage in the fight. There was not much engagement through Jennings today but I think the Fury fight will be exciting and I’m looking forward to it.”

After the fight was finally announced in July 2015 and scheduled originally for 24 October, Fury said,

‘The heavyweight division has been dull for over a decade, I’m going to shake it up and bring back the sparkle.’

Interestingly, the late Emanuel Steward, who had been Klitschko’s trainer up until his death in 2012 and had also worked with Fury, had described Fury as ”the next dominant heavyweight champion” and ”the heir to Klitschko’s throne.”

The 39 year old Klitschko would go into the fight with a record of 64-3 and unbeaten in 11 years since his defeat by Lamon Brewster in 2004, while the 27 year old Fury was unbeaten with a record of 24-0.

The first press conference for the fight was held in Düsseldorf towards the end of July 2015, and Fury showed that despite this being the biggest fight of his career, his pre fight tactics wouldn’t change. After Klitschko said that the fight was ”nothing personal but business”, Fury stated that it was personal because fighting is personal. He went on to launch a rant at Klitschko, calling him ”boring” both in and out of the ring, and that he wanted to rid him and his jab and grab style out of the division american football jersey womens. He also said that Klitschko, at 39 years of age, must be past his best and that he is no better than the great champions of the past, all of whom showed decline from Klitschko’s age. He rounded off with a comical one liner when he said the one thing I do know for sure is, ”this klit is getting licked.”

Klitschko himself drew comparisons between Fury and David Haye, saying that like Haye, Fury would be undergoing therapy when he fought him and after he had beaten him Fury would learn a lesson and become a better person. Fury said that he was nothing like Haye and shouldn’t be compared to him, because ”I’m not an idiot” or a ”fraud”, he also branded Haye a ”bitch” and a ”pussy” because he twice pulled out of fights against him.

In September, a second press conference was held in London and Fury upped the antics again, dressing up as the superhero Batman and flooring a villain in front of Klitschko in an attempt to unerve him. Fury told Klitschko that he had dominated a weak era for heavyweights and that he had ”reigned supreme over a load of bums”. Fury also said that Klitschko could play the nice guy and the role model to try to get his television deals and sponsorships, ”but quite frankly I don’t care about all that stuff, all I care about is winning.” Klitschko continued his talk of therapy, saying that Fury needed help, before telling Fury he was a clown and that he would get him a job at a circus after the fight. Fury continued the mind games by getting up from his chair and kicking it aside, challenging Klitschko to call him a clown again and shouting that he would fight him now and appeared to have to be restrained running belts with water bottles. Despite all this, there was still a handshake from the pair after an intense face off, with both men wishing each other good luck. Fury later stated that he didn’t actually mind being called a clown, and that his act was all part of the entertainment that boxing needed.

The pair then met for a face to face interview ‘The Gloves Are Off’, and Klitschko stated that Fury tries to be a bully because inside he is weak and insecure, but Fury retorted that it was Klitschko who was insecure about Fury’s unpredictable behaviour because he’s a ”control freak”, who doesn’t like it when he isn’t in control of his opponent. Fury stated that Klitschko was the man standing in front of his entire future and he couldn’t let the opportunity slip. He said, ”the difference [between me and Klitschko] is that he’s been made to look like that, everything he does is manufactured. Everything that I do is natural, off the cuff. Nobody tells me what to do, nobody sticks a key in my back and turns it. I do it myself. I wake up in the morning and do what I want to do, because I’m my own man. And when it comes to that night, I think the world will change because they’ll have the most charismatic, the most colourful, the most controversial champion since Muhammad Ali. And that’s what the world’s been waiting for. If I’m not the man to fill those boots, they’ll be waiting a hell of a lot time more. Because all I see is robots, people being turned and told what to say. So the world needs me to change the landscape of the division.”

Fury also explained an infamous sauna incident at a Klitschko training camp in Austria in 2010, (the first time the pair had met) where according to Fury, ”there were about 10 guys in the sauna, everyone started popping off around us and it came down to just me and Wlad in the sauna. In my mind I was mentally in a competition with him, he can deny it if he wants but I was prepared to die in that sauna, I stayed in for about 40 minutes, and he got out first.” Klitschko claimed that he could remember the training camp and the sauna but not any mental competition, after Fury described the incident as a ”mental victory.” Klitschko said that he didn’t know what Fury was talking about and that Fury, ”built this in his own world and it didn’t exist”, but Fury replied ”well you can say you don’t know what I’m talking about, but we both know it did exist.”

When discussing each other’s boxing skills, Klitschko said that he thought Fury was a good counter puncher and moved well for a tall man. Meanwhile, Fury stated that although Klitschko had perfected a safe style and had immense power in right hand and left hook, he didn’t know what he was in for because he was facing an opponent that was not only bigger than him but quicker, stating that he himself was blessed with unnatural speed and movement for a man of his size. When asked the question as to why the behaviour was so different to that of the press conference, Klitschko said ”I’m not acting differently, Tyson acts differently because he’s bipolar.” Fury then replied, ”maybe I am bipolar, who knows, but there’s a time for play and there’s a time for seriousness. Wladimir is not stupid, he knows I’m serious.”

Fury once again mentioned Klitschko’s age, telling him that he couldn’t compete with a younger athlete, while Klitschko responded by saying that ”age is just a number”. Fury actually agreed, but still stated that at 40 years old, you can’t do what you could do at 25. When asked whether he had been studying Klitschko’s previous defeats, Fury said that he hadn’t been because those losses were a long time ago and Klitschko had matured as a fighter since then. Fury said that unlike Klitschko’s previous opponents, he genuinely believed he could beat him. Despite previously telling Klitschko he was going to knock him out, Fury revealed that (unlike David Haye in his opinion) he wasn’t looking for that one punch and wasn’t going to make the same mistake, and told Klitschko to expect something new. Also, unlike Haye, Fury shook Klitschko’s hand when it was offered. Fury had also said to Klitschko that all he wanted him to do was ”turn up and fight”, to which Klitschko replied ”I will, I’m looking forward to it” but Fury still believed that he may pull out. Ironically, within a couple of days Klitschko did pull out with a calf injury, and the fight on 24 October was cancelled and rescheduled for 28 November.

At the public training workout in Düsseldorf, Fury sang a version of ”The Wind Beneath My Wings” to Klitschko and his team, which Klitschko said he enjoyed. However, the Fury camp were not happy with the gloves the Klitschko camp had chosen, and threatened to pull out of the fight if it was not sorted out. An inspection of the ring also ended with layers of padding foam being removed from under the canvas.

On fight night, a capacity crowd of 55,000 filled the Esprit Arena in Düsseldorf. Klitschko was the clear favourite with the bookies, with Fury the outsider at around 4/1.

In the early rounds, both fighters were defensive and made it difficult for the opponent to land punches on. This continued throughout the fight and despite the fact that it was usually Klitschko on the offensive coming towards him youth football uniforms, Fury made himself difficult to be hit with his head and body movement, also switching to a southpaw stance to confuse Klitschko, and landed a handful of shots when he got within range. Fury tactics appeared to be to try and nullify Klitschko and make him feel uncomfortable. Fury even put both his hands behind his back several times during the fight.

Going into the later rounds, most people had Fury with at least a slight lead on their scorecards. Klitschko improved somewhat in Round 8 and got off to the better start in Round 9, but Fury came back at him to land the best punch of the fight, after the pair had been holding Klitschko turned his back momentarily and when he turned to face Fury again he was caught with a left hook to the face, with Klitschko just managing to avoid some follow up punches. Due to both fighters style and defensive skill, there were very few punch combinations landed during the fight, when one punch was landed the next punches were nearly always evaded or missed.

It then looked as though Fury was winning Round 11 until he was docked a point for shots behind the head. However this was partly Klitschko’s fault for turning his back, as he had done several times throughout the fight. Although Klitschko had landed a few straight left jabs during the fight he rarely threw punches with his right hand, it seemed this was in fear of being countered. He improved on this in Round 12 and did land a couple of right hands and edged the round but by this time many felt Fury had done enough.

Two judges scored the bout 115–112, while the other scored it 116–111, all in favour of Fury which meant that he won by unanimous decision and became the new unified heavyweight champion. The judges scores of 8 rounds to 4 twice and 9 rounds to 3 had seemed closer due to the point deduction and although at the time some people had scored the fight closer, it was a good reflection and put paid to any fears that there could be a controversial, disputed or an unfair decision.

After the fight Fury apologised to Klitschko for some of his behaviour in the buildup, stating that he just wanted to be confident. Fury then celebrated by singing a version of Aerosmith’s ”I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” to his wife Paris.

In the post-fight press conference, Klitschko said that he couldn’t find the right distance to land the shots that he wanted, but congratulated Fury on winning the fight. Fury’s trainer and uncle Peter Fury said, ”this is what we’ve been working on in the gym for five months, to beat someone like Wladimir Klitschko you have to take boxing to a whole new level.” [Tyson] Fury also congratulated Klitschko for the shots he did land, saying that they both found each other awkward to land on. He then said ”tonight was my night and God gave me the victory, so I hope to have many more defences of these titles. And if I could just say one thing, if I could be half as good a champion as Wladimir Klitschko, I’d be very very happy.”

The fight was broadcast in countries across the world including by RTL in host country Germany, HBO in the United States and Sky Sports Box Office in the United Kingdom, where it saw over 500,000 pay per view buys. Viewing figures on HBO reached over 1.7 million.

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