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The first-look of David Harbour's Hellboy is here. If you were wondering how the Stranger Things star would look as the devilish hero, then you don't have to wait any more. A picture of the actor in costume as the character as debuted, and it looks stunning.
You can check out the image below!
Of course, fans are already starting to compare Harbour's Hellboy to the one that Ron Perlman made famous years ago. It looks like the reboot's take on the hero has a very different hair style than Perlman. The new version also has more defined eyes thanks to the lessened ridges on his brow.

Who are the richest superheroes or villains and who is richest of them all? There are many ways that a superhero or villain can build up their wealth. Being ridiculously intelligent is a common trait among the wealthiest heroes and villains in addition to owning or ruling a country.

We have attempted to find out with a Forbes-style approach to wealth investigation and a stack of comics how much each character is worth. We investigated the sources of their wealth, assets, wealth gained as a result of Mastermind acts or secret treasures. Next we calculated a number in American dollars to put it in perspective. We have finalized a list of the 10 richest superheroes and villains of all-time or up until the 2016 comics, movie & tv Multi-verse that is.
In a predictably dramatic fashion, Mercedes-AMG has released its long-awaited F1-derived hypercar at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Lewis Hamilton was at the wheel of the AMG Project One, coaxing the hybrid hypercar out onto the stage to much applause.
Although the teaser silhouettes of the car gave a hint towards an LMP-style front end, it turns out that the Project One is in fact more akin to a more generic hypercar than once thought. The front profile of the car has something of the Noble M600 about it and the lower vents scream Ferrari 360.

For when you get tired of watch 'Baller Blockin''

A rare Cash Money documentary from the days before their A-list ascendancy has been posted to the internet. The 40-minute doc takes an in-depth look at Cash Money before the group took over for the ‘99 and the 2000. While the heyday of the Hot Boyz has been well-documented, this look into the label before they exploded outside of New Orleans is well worth a watch.
The doc talks to B.G., Turk, Lil Wayne, Mannie Fresh, and Juvenile as the artists head to Atlanta and Texas, spreading their sound the old-fashioned way. This was before Universal signed on to give the label a massive distribution network and a healthy injection of cash that the artists likely didn’t see. The video also includes label co-founders Slim and Birdman, who are currently being sued by some of the labels biggest stars for failure to properly pay royalties.
The documentary is a glimpse into the label when they were merely a wildly successful local label — still small enough to beef with cross-town rivals No Limit — and not a high-powered hit factory with Drake and Nicki Minaj on the roster. The material was all filmed before both labels would go through a spike in popularity, with only Cash Money finding a way to sustain the surge.
We were expecting something spectacular, and we weren't disappointed.

I’d been meaning to check out the new Pagani factory ever since the doors were opened. So while holidaying in Italy this summer, a 2,000-kilometer road trip that included a ride in a Mazzanti Evantra near Pisa, I managed to squeeze in a brief stop in Modena. Despite Ferrari, Lamborghini and Pagani being just a few miles apart, a tight schedule meant there was time for just one. After showing my kids a picture of each, there was a clear winner: we left Florence and headed to San Cesario Sul Panaro Pagani, Modena, to check out some Zondas.

Pagani Has Built A Factory Just As Exquisite As His Cars
Professional photography gear costs thousands of dollars but you can take stunning pictures by spending only a fraction of the cost. If you have the time and the patience, and aren't afraid to get your hands dirty, then simple DIY hacks can achieve similar results to spending big bucks on advanced kits.
To make you a better photographer, Bored Panda has collected some of the best DIY camera solutions that were tested to work. From softening the pop-up flash to transforming a 50mm lens into a macro one, these genius tips and tricks will definitely take your pictures to another level. Remember, photography is a playground and there aren't any right or wrong ways to approach it. If it works, it works. Continue scrolling to learn the DIY hacks and vote for your favorite ones!

Wedding Chicken
“When I was getting married, I couldn’t think of a caterer I wanted to use,” says chef Naomi Pomeroy, Expatriate, Portland, OR, “and I didn’t want to ask my staff.” Her solution? Cook for her guests herself. She went with super-simple chicken, powered by a throw-together marinade.

10 garlic cloves, coarsely chopped
4 serrano chiles, with seeds, thinly sliced
1 3½” piece ginger, peeled, finely grated
1 cup olive oil
½ cup reduced-sodium soy sauce
¼ cup apple cider vinegar
¼ cup sugar
3 tablespoons fish sauce (such as nam pla or nuoc nam)
1 tablespoon kosher salt
2 lemons, sliced, plus wedges for serving
6 sprigs thyme

8 skin-on, bone-in chicken thighs (about 3½ lb.)

Whisk garlic, chiles, ginger, oil, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, fish sauce, and salt in a medium bowl until sugar and salt dissolve. Add lemon slices and thyme. Place marinade and chicken in a large resealable plastic bag. Turn to coat, and chill at least 12 hours.
Heat oven to 450°. Remove chicken from marinade, shaking off excess, and place, skin side up, on a rimmed baking sheet. Roast until cooked through and an instant-read thermometer inserted in the thickest part of the thigh registers 165°, 25–30 minutes. Serve chicken with lemon wedges for squeezing over.
DO AHEAD: Chicken can be marinated 1 day ahead. Keep chilled.