Official concept art from Chapter 1 of #TheMandalorian

Kristina Sheiter in Brigitte Intimates Fall 2019 Lingerie Photoshoot

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley poses in Autograph Lingerie 2019 collection

Watch Code 8 trailer a science fiction thriller film

The Original Code 8 Short Film

Code 8 is a 2019 Canadian science fiction thriller film directed by Jeff Chan, as a sequel to the 2016 short film of the same name.

The film is a futuristic vision taking place in a world where 4% of the population are born with some type of supernatural ability. Instead of being billionaire superheroes, most ‘specials’ live in poverty and resort to crime, forcing the police to become more militarized.

Fighting to earn enough money as a day laborer, Connor is lured into a lucrative criminal world by Garrett (Stephen Amell) who works for Lincoln City’s reigning drug lord, Marcus Sutcliffe (Greg Bryk). Garrett helps Connor sharpen his powers in order to execute a series of crimes on behalf of Sutcliffe, while a militarized police unit, led by Agent Park (Sung Kang) and Agent Davis (Aaron Abrams), hunts them down.

The crowdfunded sci-fi thriller “Code 8,” starring cousins Robbie Amell and Stephen Amell with Jeff Chan directing.

The Amells raised $1,722,409 from 20,201 backers last year on crowdfunding site Indiegogo for “Code 8” and are executive producing. The 30-day campaign had an original goal of $200,000. The campaign included the release of a ten-minute short film, directed by Chan from a script he co-wrote with Chris Pare.

The film also stars Sung Kang of the “Fast and the Furious” franchise, Kari Matchett (“Maudie”), Greg Bryk (“Frontier”) and Aaron Abrams (“Hannibal”).

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Emilia Clarke in Wonderland Magazine photoshoot The Winter 2019/20 Issue

Imperial Stormtrooper from Star Wars enters Fortnite Universe

Players are now able to purchase it through the game’s Item Shop for 1,500 V-Bucks which roughly equals to around RM 60 since 1,000 V-Bucks already costs RM 39.90*. However, do note that it will only be available in Fornite’s store until 17 November.

That being said though, the Imperial Stormtrooper outfit can also be obtained for free with each purchase of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at Epic Games Store. Since this particular offer is valid until 30 November 2020,  this means that if you missed the outfit from Fortnite’s store this week, buying Fallen Order might be the only way for you to get your hands on it.

the most iconic Star Wars look you can have, a set of Imperial Stormtrooper armor. It’s the standard set, not the Clone Trooper era, nor the First Order era, just the original, and what our young Jedi is fighting in Fallen Order, I believe. The skins costs 1500 V-Bucks, and is part of the “Original Trilogy” set in the store.