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Viking Season 5: Ivar the Antiheroe

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Fans of the Vikings of history can expect an epic five season with Alex Høgh Andersen as Ivar. Andersen had a big impact with his performance in season four. In season five, the Andersen character takes an expanded role as a leader in the Great HeathenArmy.
Get to know more of this  Vikings Season 5 Trailer and information on this site. The critically acclaimed series is expected to begin its fifth season on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 9 pm. To support the return of the program, Andersen participated in a conference call to discuss how to play Ivar, challenges to make the character sympathetic and/or sympathetic, and Ivar’s relationship with his brothers and Lagertha.
Vikings is written by the series creator, Michael Hirst. The distribution of the fifth season also includes Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Bishop Heahmund, KatherynWinnick as Lagertha, Gustaf Skarsgård as Floki, and Alexander Ludwig as Bjorn.
is Ivar able to use his anger intelligently?
Yes, he can. But as you probably know what happened to him at the end of the fourth season, he killed his beloved brother Sigurd. So he lost control of himself. So he let his emotions take over. So, yes, you’re right to say that he challenged that decision.
I think he understands that this is his great weakness. He is sometimes too driven by his emotions. The latter can take over and make him lose control. I am saying that this is partly why he has so many remorse at the beginning of the fifth season. He has remorse because he knows that the murder of his own brother has created an injury between him and his brothers that he will never be able to cure. Part of him realizes that he has lost control and that he has let everyone see his weakness. I think you’ll see him try his best to control his emotions throughout this season.
Do you think Ivar will change at the beginning of season 5?
I do not know if he will have changed much. Of course, the fact that he is a member of the ruling group of the great Pagan Army has obviously made him mature. You’ll see Ivar much more mature, as much as possible. But it is always the same young man determined.
In the fourth season, I would describe him as a boy. I think he becomes a young man, throughout season 5. There are a lot of things happening. All this responsibility to be at the head of the great Pagan army to negative consequences on a human being. I think Ivar is really ready to take the challenge, but it is a very tough challenge. He’s going to learn some mistakes he’s going to make. It is always the same determined man who will never let anyone obstruct his goals. He is so progressive and he is not afraid to resort to violence to get what he wants.
Will Ivar’s relationship with his brothers deteriorate?
Obviously, there was already a breach and I don’t think he’s capable of repairing it. But, at the beginning of the fifth season, you will see it being sincerely sorry. He tells his brothers. But, is it still a way for him to manipulate them or try to make them feel sorry for him? Or bring them back a little to his team to be able to control them or not make them too hostile against him? I think he is aware of the fact that he needs it to achieve his goals.
I think there will be a lot of discussion between them. A lot of unavowed things, a lot of love and hatred. These are the scenes that we all have, I believe, loved because they are very intense. A lot of things happen, a lot of drama. But do they still love each other or is this bridge burned? That is the whole problem, and I think our biggest goal as actors is to always let the public guess. And, for me, especially with Ivar because he is such an extreme character. It can easily become one-dimensional, so my main goal is to keep it in balance and have scenes like at the beginning of the fifth season where he is really sorry for his actions. He almost hates himself. I think that is the key to this whole relationship.
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Breaking News: Outlook Restored After Outage

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The Outlook website is a webmail client that is provided by Microsoft to help users manage their emails and schedules. It can help by organizing the mail into various folders. It is just another service similar to Gmail and Yahoo mail. Hotmail users were recently upgraded to the Outlook website, and all their data, emails and other settings, was brought in as well. When the beta version had been first released existing hotmail users had the option of upgrading to the new interface, and then they could downgrade back if they didn’t like it.

If you use an Outlook account, you could have experienced some Outage that prevented people from receiving their email. Many users weren’t able to receive their email from Saturday on, for another 3 days. This was due to caching problem in the EAS (Exchange Active Sync), which allowed users to synchronize their company email and contacts with their smart-phone. Microsoft had restored service to the web after 2 pm PT on Wednesday, according to an update on Microsoft’s blog. This comes seven hours after Microsoft first acknowledged some users having had a problem with receiving emails.

Some users may still have problems accessing their email on mobile devices, according to a Microsoft statement. Earlier that day people had trouble accessing the files stored on Microsoft’s SkyDrive service. Even if only a small number of people seemed to be affected by the problem, millions of people could’ve been inconvenienced. Microsoft claims to have more than 400 million active users on The Outlook website.
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Microsoft transferred the users of its other Web email services including Hotmail and MSN domains to Outlook earlier this year, as part of its attempt to build a larger network than Google’s Gmail and Yahoo’s Y Mail. If you have any Microsoft problems you can contact Microsoft support for more details.

Microsoft provides great software solutions but they don’t always provide good software support along with it. Microsoft ought to provide good support along with their products to ensure that people continue using it. When people buy paid products, they expect good service along with it. It is not the same when you are using free services.

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Soldier of Fortune – Just Reviewed

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At the end of last year, things started to look up for the Dreamcast-owning shooter fanatic. We finally got Quake III Arena and a bunch of strategy shooters, as well as being promised Unreal Tournament and Half-Life in the first quarter of the New Year. While it looks like the aforementioned titles will be released in the next couple of months, news about one of the proposed shooters has all but dried up. Oh Soldier of Fortune, where art thou?

Soldier of Fortune would have represented a first on the Dreamcast. Sure, there are plenty of violent games available for our console, but the violence in Soldier of Fortune is different, because it is extremely realistic and over-the-top. Your enemies look like living, breathing humans, and the damage that occurs when you put a bullet through one of them brings that reality home. Shoot people point-blank in the head with a shotgun and their faces will dematerialize in a spray of crimson, leaving jagged stumps where their ugly mugs used to be. Use a belt-driven machine gun to saw an opponent’s leg off, and you can then choose to shoot that severed leg in half out of spite as your enemy hops around on the leg you spared. Ghoul technology made it possible for every character in Soldier of Fortune to have over 30 damage areas — each one doing a specific amount of damage to the target (unlike Quake or Unreal, in which a head shot is no more damaging than a leg shot) and causing a different reaction or death animation.

There is a story behind the game, something about an escalating environment of terrorism and crack, gun-for-hire John Mullins being the only man capable of cleaning it up. But what really makes Soldier of Fortune such a fun game — and such a worthy addition to the Dreamcast library — is the Deathmatch. Though it was never confirmed whether or not Crave would make SOF SegaNet compatible, our saliva glands were stimulated by the very thought of bringing that level of carnage to the Dreamcast.

So What Happened?
Over the past few months, we at Sega Radar have continuously attempted to mine any information we could find about SOF. Why? Because we think it’s one hell of a game, and could just be the title the Dreamcast needs to appeal to the violence-loving older market it has had some trouble capturing. Unfortunately, the information we found was vague at best. The game seems to be perpetually moving backwards and, despite our attempts, we have yet to even see a screenshot of the Dreamcast version.

We called Crave’s PR firm this morning to ask about Soldier of Fortune. They told us that the game will definitely be released this year, but were unable to give us any more details. Hopefully this story will have a happy ending, but in this weird period of the Dreamcast’s history, nothing is guaranteed.

This Just In! Seconds before press time we finally heard back from Crave’s PR firm that Soldier of Fortune will be shipping in April and that we should be seeing the first screenshots sometime next week (the ones below are from the PC version).

Akira To Be Re-Released In US

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Japanese anime fans just had a collective orgasm.

According to Variety, southern California’s Pioneer Entertainment (USA) is spending $1 million to restore the popular Japanese anime classic Akira. The company is prepping the cult favorite for a big-screen theatrical re-release this spring, which will be followed by a release of the first ever DVD version, as well as a new VHS edition, later in the 4th quarter of 2001.

There’s currently no word on the special features on the DVD, but the restoration will include a new English dub from the original Japanese script, as well as high-definition mastering and a Dolby Digital AC3 Surround Sound soundtrack.

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