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Station Eleven Spoiler Review: Finding Hope Among Harsh Times Through Creativity And Serendipity

HBO Max's "Station Eleven" has been structured in such a way that the shape of the narrative was not immediately evident from its first three episodes, which premiered in mid-December and which we covered in our non-spoiler review. It was only as the weeks went on that it became fully clear what this sublime miniseries from showrunner Patrick Somerville was doing as it alternated between odd-numbered, character-centric flashback episodes and even-numbered ones rooted in the post-pandemic present...
Tags: Reviews, Asia, Television, Movies, Earth, Denmark, Peter Pan, Hamlet, Miranda, Prophet, Frank, Elizabeth, Clark, Arthur, Hugo, Tyler


The Essential Guide to Brand Reputation Analysis

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Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, China, India, Seo, Nike, United States, Gartner, Lidl, Ibm, Kylie Jenner, Coca Cola, Prophet, Digital Marketing


Prophet Comic Book Adaptation Coming From Jake Gyllenhaal And Extraction Director

Actor Jake Gyllenhaal's main goal throughout the years appears to be refusing to be pigeonholed into any one type of role. Audiences have come to expect the unexpected from the "Zodiac," "Nightcrawler," and "Okja" star, which is partly why it was so newsworthy when he signed up to appear in "Spider-Man: Far From Home" as the villain Mysterio, of all characters. That decision made a little more sense when he was killed off at the end of the movie (thus sparing the typically franchise-averse from ...
Tags: Movies, News, Nazis, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sam, Prophet, Caribbean, Gyllenhaal, Jake, KGB, Steve Rogers, Marc Guggenheim, Rob Liefeld, Liefeld, Jeff Robinov


Prophet: Jake Gyllenhall to Star in Comic Book Adaptation

Oscar nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, Prisoners, The Guilty) is set to star in Studio 8’s upcoming comic book adaptation Prophet with Sam Hargrave (Extraction, Extraction 2) attached to direct the feature, according to The Hollywood Reporter. As previously reported, Marc Guggenheim (The CW’s Arrowverse) will pen the script. RELATED: The Guilty Interview: Jake Gyllenhaal & Antoine Fuqua Discuss Netflix Thriller Gyllenhaal will play John Prophet, “a man conscripted by Germans near the end o...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Action, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sam, Cw, Prophet, Comic Book, Gyllenhaal, Jake, KGB, Image Comics, John Graham, Tom Holland, Marc Guggenheim, Youngblood


Zakat Eligibility of Islamic Organizations

All Praise Be to Allah, and May His Blessings and Peace Be on His Final Messenger  In response to a question about the zakat ( zakât , zakâh ) eligibility of a non-profit organization whose purpose is to gather detailed information on the Muslim communities in the West, AMJA issued the following fatwa:  The principle regarding the expenditures of Zakat is its limitation to the eight categories mentioned in the verse:  {Zakat expenditures are only for the poor and for the needy and fo...
Tags: Usa, UK, Religion, West, Egypt, Islam, Muslim, North America, Beirut, Prophet, Kuwait, Cairo, Ksa, Riyadh, Amman Jordan, Abdullah


Reviving The Sacred Months: Dhul Hijjah (Part 1)

The buzz of Ramadan has come and gone, leaving us with already-fading memories of days of fasting and nights of worship. Caught up in the bustle of our regular lives, especially as the world struggles to move towards a post-pandemic norm, we may find ourselves longing for another opportunity to ground ourselves spiritually. Just in time, Dhu’l Hijjah has begun! Some of us might be a little confused – okay, so what? We’re not going for Hajj, so what’s the big deal? It’s actually a very big deal....
Tags: Religion, Prophet, Hajj, Ramadan, Abbas, Allahu Akbar, Allahu, Hasan, Muharram, Ibn, Abu Dawood, Isha, Ibn Kathir, Ibn Abbas, Alhamdulillah, Al Albani


The Marriage Proposal in the Qur’an

The pearls of the Qur’an never truly fails to amaze the believer. Allah tells us in the Qur’an, إِنَّ فِي ذَٰلِكَ لَذِكْرَىٰ لِمَن كَانَ لَهُ قَلْبٌ أَوْ أَلْقَى السَّمْعَ وَهُوَ شَهِيدٌ “Indeed in the Qur’an is a reminder for whoever has a heart or who listens while he is present [in mind]. (Surah Qaf; 37) Allah only discusses those things in the Qur’an which we need to know in order for us to traverse through this dunya successfully to Him. Many a time, we find Allah going into detail or me...
Tags: Religion, Egypt, Muslim, Prophet, Musa, Khadijah, Muslimah, Allah, Wali, Shari'ah, Musa Allah, Madyan, Surah Qaf, Prophet Shuayb, Prophet Salih, Banu Israel


WWE Hall of Famer Booker T Loses Call of Duty Lawsuit

(Photo Credit: Bad Bunny) A 2019 lawsuit filed by WWE Hall of Famer Booker T. Huffman against Activision has been ruled in the video game publisher’s favor. MORE: Rumor: Ghost of Tsushima Standalone Expansion in the Works The WWE Superstar claimed that Activision’s Prophet character in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was using the likeness of his “G.I. Bro” gimmick, especially in a poster (seen below) sold by Activision. Booker T’s lawyer said that the similarities ranged “from the hair, body type, a...
Tags: Games, Movies, Call Of Duty, Prophet, Activision, Huffman, Booker T, Leon Carter, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, WWE Hall of Famer Booker, Activision Booker T, Carter Arnett, William Romeo


‘The Mauritanian’ Star Tahar Rahim on His Long Road Back to Hollywood [Interview]

Tahar Rahim, whose soulful and wrenching performance practically carries the true-life Guantanamo drama The Mauritanian, has become an unexpected awards season dark horse this year. He has already earned a Golden Globe nomination for his turn as Mohamedou Ould Slahi, a Mauritanian who was detained at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp for 14 years without charge. It’s a dynamite performance that comes more than 10 years after his breakout role, A Prophet, which first turned him into an awards da...
Tags: Europe, England, Hollywood, Movies, Guantanamo, Guantanamo Bay, Drama, Interviews, France, America, Features, Marseille, Prophet, True Story, Eagle, Golden Globe


Jury Will Decide If Videogame Character Infringes a Wrestling Persona–GI Bro v. Call of Duty

The plaintiff is a wrestler, primarily known as Booker T. When he wrestles for WWE, he used the stage name G.I. Bro. There’s also a comic book line based on the G.I. Bro character. The defendant makes the Call of Duty videogames, including Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Black Ops contained a character named David “Prophet” Wilkes. G.I. Bro claims that the Prophet infringes his character. On the left is G.I. Bro; on the right is the Prophet: Copyright Infringement. Designers of the Prophet claim the...
Tags: Law, Congress, Copyright, Prophet, Cmi, Huffman, Eastern District of Texas, Black Ops, Licensing/Contracts, David `` Prophet, Wilkes G I Bro, Prophet Image, Activision Publishing Inc


'I saw him as an animal'– Tahar Rahim on playing serial killer Charles Sobhraj

Charles Sobhraj brutally murdered at least 10 backpackers in south-east Asia. Did Tahar Rahim worry about glamorising the murderer in slick new TV drama The Serpent? Of all the things you might expect to hear come from the mouth of Tahar Rahim, the charismatic French-Algerian star of the hit prison thriller A Prophet and the new serial-killer series The Serpent, the least likely must be: “Have you ever heard of Tring?” Yet here he is, speaking over Zoom from his home in Paris, and dumping on the...
Tags: Asia, Television, Drama, Film, Culture, Thailand, Asia Pacific, Television & radio, Paris, Prophet, Jenna Coleman, Hertfordshire, Tahar Rahim, BBC Netflix, Charles Sobhraj, TV crime drama


Salesforce hired a chief equality officer 4 years ago. Insiders are disappointed with the slow progress.

Hello everyone! Welcome to this weekly roundup of Business Insider stories from co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday.Read on for more on Salesforce insiders saying diversity progress has been slow, former employers claiming a "boys' club" culture at elite law firm Jones Day, and Pfizer's vaccine feat.  (L to R) Tony Prophet, Salesforce chief equality and recruiting officer and Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO and cofounder Steve Jenning...
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Salesforce was supposed to become a diversity role model. Here's why its Office of Equality has struggled to move the needle.

(L to R) Tony Prophet, Salesforce chief equality and recruiting officer and Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO and cofounder Steve Jennings/Getty Images, Kimberly White/Getty Images Salesforce is known as a leader on social change, exemplified by hiring Tony Prophet as its first ever chief equality office in 2016. There's no clear roadmap for businesses to follow when changing diversity and progress is often slow, but in four years, Salesforce's diversity numbers have barely budged.  Business In...
Tags: Google, Enterprise, Microsoft, US, America, San Francisco, Trends, Indiana, Equality, Salesforce, Teaser, Prophet, Mila Kunis, Signal, Black, Janelle Monae


Charlie Hebdo, whose cartoons sparked terror attacks in France, published a cutting caricature of Turkish President Erdogan amid his feud with Macron

The October 28, 2020, cover of Charlie Hebdo, showing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Charlie Hebdo The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday published a caricature of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan amid his tensions with French President Emmanuel Macron. The cartoon depicts Erdogan sitting in his underwear, drinking a beer, and lifting up a woman's hijab to expose her bare backside. Most Muslims consider drinking alcohol haram, or forbidden. Erdogan has voca...
Tags: Politics, France, Trends, Turkey, Paris, Islam, News UK, Erdogan, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prophet, Charlie Hebdo, Place De La République, Ankara, Emmanuel Macron, Istanbul Turkey, Muhammad


Analysis: France's Muslims fear further isolation amid calls for tougher action on militant Islam

The beheading of a teacher has prompted calls for tougher action against militant Islam from the French Right and Left, but it has also deepened a sense of alienation among the country’s Muslims. Most unreservedly condemn the killing and other acts of terrorism, but many do not understand why teachers need to show what they see as gratuitously offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in classes about freedom of expression. Jacques Thomas, a teacher at a technical college in a predominantly imm...
Tags: News, France, Paris, Prophet, Muslims, Charlie Hebdo, Thomas, Muhammad, Prophet Muhammad, Jacques Thomas


French teachers vow to ‘teach difficult subjects’ after colleague’s murder

Defiance follows the beheading of Samuel Paty for showing his pupils controversial Charlie Hebdo cartoons Shocked French teachers vowed to continue encouraging their pupils’ “critical spirit” by raising contested subjects after an Islamic terrorist beheaded a secondary school teacher who showed his students caricatures of the Prophet as part of a freedom of speech discussion.Representatives of teaching unions met the education minister Jean-Michel Blanquer and the prime minister Jean Castex on S...
Tags: Europe, France, World news, Paris, Prophet, Charlie Hebdo attack, Charlie Hebdo, Jean Michel Blanquer, Jean Castex, Samuel Paty


Playtime, Memento Team on Jacques Audiard’s ‘Paris, 13th District’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Following the Cannes prize-winning film “BPM (Beats per Minute),” Playtime and Memento are re-teaming on Jacques Audiard’s “Paris, 13th District” (Les Olympiades) which is currently filming in the French capital. Audiard, whose credits include the Palme d’Or winning “Dheepan” and Oscar-nominated “A Prophet,” penned the script with two female auteurs, Léa Mysius (“Ava”) and Celine […]
Tags: News, Global, Paris, Celine, Prophet, Cannes, Jacques Audiard, Palme, Audiard, Playtime, Céline Sciamma, Léa Mysius Ava


The Estranged Middle Way

“Our entire system of life is truly as God Almighty defined, a middle among all people, never being confined to the different variations of thoughts of man, and encompassing and transcending all of them. God’s words cannot be limited by man.” I slām is rooted as being a faith that has a holistic way of life because it is an all-encompassing framework of guidance. Its framework divides into three integral, interlinked, and inseparable components: actions, beliefs and spirituality. Actions and ...
Tags: Religion, Islam, Prophet, Muhammad, Atharī, Everlasting Garden, Shaykh Hatim Al ` Awni


Racism And The Plagues of Egypt – Coronavirus And Racism: America’s Two Pandemics

Introduction The fight against anti-Blackness has once again hit the global stage, and American Muslims have a central role to play in the movement of racial justice. The spiritual history of America is a history of Black Muslim voices. Mansa Abubakari, a West African King, landed in South America almost 200 years before Columbus began the massacre of the indigenous population.[1] The biggest migration of Muslims to America was the slave ships where scholars fought to teach Islam to their ensla...
Tags: Israel, Religion, America, Egypt, Islam, Nba, Muslim, South America, Eric Garner, Columbus, Moses, Prophet, White, Black, Malcolm X, Ta Nehisi Coates


Our African American Siblings Are Speaking, Are We Listening? Here Are 15 Things African American Muslims Want You To Know

In the Fall of 2018, we surveyed Muslims of Hispanic/Latino descent and asked what is the one thing they would want the Muslim community to know about them. We gathered 25 responses and released an article called, “25 Things Latino Muslims Want you to Know.” The purpose of the piece was to educate the general Muslim body about the Latino Muslim community and its dynamics, to debunk common stereotypes about Latinos, and to lend a voice to a marginalized sector in the Islamic community and in the ...
Tags: New York, Featured, Religion, Americas, America, Society, Racism, United States, Islam, Muslim, Immigrants, Civil rights movement, Prophet, Pew Research Center, Caribbean, Black


An Ashura Message: Proclaim Good And Refrain From Evil, Always And At All Costs!

“If you do not march forth, Allah will chastise you grievously and will replace you by another people, while you will in no way be able to harm Him. Allah has power over everything”. (The Holy Quran – 9:39) No people can live successfully, fruitfully and triumphantly without a strong memory of their past. Ashura, the 10th of Muharram, is one such milestone. Muslims attempt to recall the tragic event that took place around the 60th year after Prophet Muhammad migrated from Makkah to Madinah...
Tags: Religion, Prophet, Prophet Muhammad, Makkah, Karbala, Muharram, Imam Hussayn


‘The Fog’ and ‘Escape From New York’ Scores Are Getting New Vinyl Soundtracks from Waxwork Records

Somehow, in the digital age where music is so easily accessible in the palm of our hand, there are great new vinyl albums getting released all the time – especially for movie soundtracks. This week is no exception, as two of John Carpenter‘s classic movies are about to get a fresh set of vinyl soundtracks from Waxwork Records. The Fog is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a new expanded and complete vinyl soundtrack release of the score composed by Carpenter himself, and Escape From New York...
Tags: New York, Movies, Horror, Vinyl, Prophet, Cool Stuff, John-Carpenter, Carpenter, Howarth, Action/Adventure, Soundtracks, Alan Howard, Escape-From-New-York, Marc Aspinall, Alan Howarth, The-Fog


Superhero Bits: Fanmade ‘Quake’ Spin-Off Trailer, ‘Gotham Knights’ Theory, ‘Daredevil’ History Changes & More

Who is responsible for Commissioner Gordon‘s death in the Gotham Knights video game? Which recording artist recently cosplayed in a photoshoot as Barb Wire? How does a new Daredevil comic rewrite the superhero’s history? Will Supergirl be referenced in Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Want to see a fanmade trailer for an Agents of SHIELD spin-off about Quake? Why are some critics refusing to review The New Mutants? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Marvel artist Logan Luber...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Spider-Man, Superman, Storm, Batman, Thor, Avengers, X-men, Daredevil, Quake, Man Of Steel, Prophet, Hawkeye, Lobo, Mike


Updates From Halloween Kills, Carnival Row, and More

Tomb Raider’s Roar Uthaug is filming a fantastical new monster movie for Netflix. Rob Liefeld is...very excited about the prospects of a Prophet movie. Go behind the scenes on Mulan’s action sequences. Plus, new pictures from this week’s Star Trek: Lower Decks, and what’s to come on Wynonna Earp. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Science, Robin Hood, Netflix, Mulan, Troll, Prophet, Jay Baruchel, Rob Liefeld, Roar Uthaug, Wynonna Earp, Carnival Row, Star Trek Lower Decks, Ammonite, Halloween Kills, The Kaiju Score, The Dark And The Wicked


Meet the 13 Salesforce power players helping CEO Marc Benioff lead the cloud giant to hit its aggressive growth targets despite the turbulent economy (CRM)

We've identified the 13 executives that are leading Salesforce's behind the scenes and helping CEO Marc Benioff with Salesforce's next stage of growth and challenges. Salesforce's executive team was shaken up in February when former co-CEO Keith Block stepped down and its head of international also left.  To adapt to the new normal with the coronavirus pandemic, Salesforce quickly added new product lines, like its Work.com tools to reopen safely, to help customers transition to the new normal....
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Microsoft, California, Ipo, Bt, Africa, San Francisco, Trends, CIO, Indiana, Middle East, Gavin Patterson, Sydney


Those Who Trust Us, Educate Us

"Those who trust us, educate us." - George Eliot NOTE: What follows is a guest post from Mohammed Azim, Secondary School Head of English, Teacher, and Coach at Al Siraat College, in Epping, Australia. Mohammed is one of 33 teachers and staff members participating in Idea Champions' four-month Team Leadership Training, one module of which focuses on trust. "I like the above quotation by the English novelist, Mary Ann Evans, known by her pen name George Eliot! I am also reminded of our bel...
Tags: Trust, Innovation, Prophet, George Eliot, Mary Ann Evans, Al Siraat College, Epping Australia Mohammed, George Eliot I am


Powerful short "America Wake Up" invokes George Carlin: "The reason they call it the American Dream is because you have to be asleep to believe it."

Comic legend George Carlin died in 2008 but his 2005 stand-up bit/rant "The American Dream" has been made even more poignant than ever in "America Wake Up." Portland-based Pattern Integrity Films are behind the powerful new short that uses modern footage to illustrate Carlin's timeless message.
Tags: Post, Video, News, George Carlin, American Dream, Prophet, Carlin, AmericaWakeUp, America Wake Up, America Wake Up Portland, Pattern Integrity Films


Hajj approaching on July 28

Saudi Arabia (MNN) – Every year about two million pilgrims embark on the Hajj, a journey to Islamic holy sites in Saudi Arabia. Yet in the wake of COVID-19 this practice, mandatory for all Muslims once in their lifetime, is being severely restricted. Tom Doyle with Uncharted Ministries says this change could open up opportunities for Muslims to hear the Gospel. A Religious Mandate For Christians the idea of mandatory travel for worship is foreign. Jesus’s resurrection and the indwelling Ho...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Jesus, Mecca, Al Jazeera, Christ, Prophet, Muslims, Hajj, Medina, Jesus Christ, Doyle, Muhammad, Tom Doyle, Savior, Middle East Photo, Hejaz


Superhero Bits: Patrick Stewart Initially Didn’t Want to Play Professor X, Is Silk Coming to the Spider-Verse & More

Why did Chris Evans send a young fan a Captain America shield and a personalized video? When is a Wonder Woman 1984 tie-in comic set to debut? Why wasn’t there a sequel to Constantine with Keanu Reeves? Is Silk coming to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? Why didn’t Patrick Stewart want to play Professor X in the original X-Men movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The Injustice Society of America from Stargirl assembled for a virtual chat as the show’s first season c...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Spider-Man, America, Deadpool, Patrick Stewart, X-men, Keanu Reeves, Chris Evans, Prophet, Loki, Constantine, Marc Guggenheim, Robert Kirkman, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash


Fantasia Virtual Announces Second Wave of Titles!

Fantasia Virtual announces second wave of titles! As the Fantasia International Film Festival is prepping to launch its 24th edition in the first-ever virtual event and ahead of its August 20 debut, the second wave of titles set to premiere at the festival have been unveiled for fans across Canada! RELATED: First Wave of Virtual Fantasia International Film Festival Unveiled The Dark and the Wicked…Very Dark and Very Wicked Writer/director Bryan Bertino (The Strangers) takes rural terror ...
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