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Crash Landing You Season 2: “Crash Landing On You” is a South Korean Show Lee Jeong-Hyo leads that. The first season it was aired to February 16, 2020, from December 14, 2019, on tvN in South Korea and on Netflix.

The show proved to be a hit, saying it to possess all of the components a viewer might wish for during this lockdowns. Additionally, it became the third South Korean play in cable television history.

Crash Landing includes a requirement not just too. There’s been no confirmation from the series’ creators regarding its renewal. But because the Story is left in the centre of events, we could get a movie.

On You Season two so here.

Crash Landing On You Season 2: Release Date

Season 2 of this drama is not greenlit. But there have been speculations that are certain the K-drama is going to have a sequel.

Though season two is on the desk, the programs have been limited by the coronavirus catastrophe. Until the problem gets under management, all of the television and film projects postponed.

If two has revived, we could expect it to come sometime in 2021. Since the period has been finished, so we will need to provide the founders time to provide us with upgrades. Until then, Korean play fans will need to have patience.

Crash Landing On You Season 2: Cast

The majority of the cast members will return to depict their characters. The cast includes —

Hyun Bin as Ri Jeong-hyeok

Son Ye-jin As Yoon Se-ri
Kim Jung-Hyun as Gu Seung-Joon
Park Hyung-soo as Yoon Se-Hyung
Hwang Woo-Seul-Hye as Do Hye-Ji
Kin Young-min as Jeong Man-bok
Choi Dae-hoon as Yoon Se-Joon
Seo Ji-Hye as Seo Dan
Nam Kyung-up as Yoon Jeung-pyeong

Crash Landing On You Season 2: Storyline

As of this moment, Season 2’s plot isn’t known. The storyline is kept to prevent rumours and speculations. Additionally, the preview or any place is not disclosed in regards to the same.

The plot of the show is most importantly about their travel and love between two individuals. While another is a former military officer from North Korea, one is a businesswoman in South Korea. We’ll see more about the challenges they face and the way they cross them.

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She-Hulk: Tatiana Maslany cast in the Marvel show’s lead role




She-Hulk has been found! The Disney Plus and Marvel show has cast its lead actor. More details are yet to be revealed, but here’s what we know so far.

Orphan Black actor Tatiana Maslany is set to take on the lead role in the Disney Plus and Marvel TV series, She-Hulk, Deadline reports. The Marvel show was announced during D23 in 2019 but little news has been shared regarding the series, until now.

Maslany’s casting comes on the heels of behind-the-scenes updates from Disney and Marvel about the show.

Kat Coiro recently signed on as an executive producer and director of the pilot episode of She-Hulk. Coiro’s credits include TV hits such as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Single Parents, and Dead to Me.

Jessica Gao—best known for her writing on Rick and Morty—has been confirmed as the showrunner for She-Hulk. Gao will also be handling writing duties and will serve as an executive producer for the series.

According to Deadline’s sources, it has been confirmed that Maslany will take on the lead role in the show. However, it is important to note that no confirmation has been received from Disney, Marvel, or Maslany.

But following Deadline’s announcement, Mark Ruffalo, who plays Dr. Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, tweeted a welcome message to Maslany.

We can assume that Ruffalo’s message verifies Maslany’s involvement in the project but fans should still wait until a definitive statement from the actor and the production houses is released.

She-Hulk: Who is the Marvel character?

She-Hulk is the superhero form of Jennifer Walters, Esq, a well-regarded lawyer in the Marvel Comics universe. Following a blood transfusion received from her cousin, Banner, Walters begins to exhibit similar powers as the Hulk.

Unlike the Hulk, who is powerful but not very human, Walters is able to control her emotions and remains true to her personality even in Hulk form.

While her superpowers have always been a major draw for the character, She-Hulk’s humor and her alter-ego Walters’ work as a lawyer, has made her the memorable and fan-favorite character she is today.

The She-Hulk show will most likely balance both aspects of the character, and with Emmy Award-winning Maslany is the lead, Walters will get a great deal of depth.

While Maslany’s acting abilities are undeniable, many fans have remarked that she doesn’t quite fit the physicality of the character. One can assume that Maslany will play the Walters role while She-Hulk will be created using the motion-capture CGI used on Ruffalo in the MCU.

Despite the lack of confirmation at the moment, it seems that multiple sources believe that Maslany has bagged the role. Not only is it exciting for fans to see a beloved character cast, but it is also proof that the show is going ahead.

She-Hulk is one of a number of Marvel and Disney Plus shows slated for release, including WandaVision, slated for release in late 2020, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki.

Next: Disney Plus: 5 upcoming shows we’re most excited to watch

What are you looking forward to seeing in She-Hulk? Tell us in the comments below.

She-Hulk will stream on Disney Plus in 2022.

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Trump BANNED TikTok! Just HOURS Left To Enjoy??




President Donald Trump is barreling ahead with his vanity project distraction tactic Gen Z revenge plot plan to ban TikTok.

The Trump administration announced on Friday that the ban on the video app (and WeChat, a popular messaging app) will officially begin on Sunday, September 20. The stated reason for the ban is that the Chinese Communist Party collects user data from the app, which poses “unacceptable risks to our national security.” (Data mining from American companies like Facebook, which apparently gets sold to foreign powers who have actually meddled in our elections is OK though, we guess!)

Related: TikTok Responds To Trump’s Summer Threat To Ban The App

If you’re already an avid TikTok user, the ban won’t affect you at first. The initial ban going into effect on the 20th will only prevent new users in the US from downloading the app and current users from getting any updates to it.

However, a full ban WILL go into effect on November 12 when the government with stop internet service providers from “enabling the functioning or optimization of the mobile application in the US,” meaning TikTok will basically stop working for everybody right before Thanksgiving.

The best case scenario to keep TikTok up and running in the US is for ByteDance, the Beijing-based company that owns TikTok, to sell its US operations or partner with a US company. Microsoft was initially in talks to do so, but the deal fell through. Now, ByteDance has been in conversations with Walmart and Oracle in an attempt to save the app. Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison has ties to the president, which might work in TikTok’s favor. (We know Trump loves to get kickbacks for himself and his pals — and he spoke favorably about the company’s chances back in August.)

Related: Trump Accused Of Sexual Assault… AGAIN

Still, there are a lot of variables at play here. Considering ByteDance doesn’t even agree with the administration’s decision, and in fact claimed to have already offered “unprecedented levels of additional transparency and accountability well beyond what other apps are willing to do,” it’s hard to say agreement will satisfy all parties — and what will satisfy Trump’s capricious demands.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross released a statement saying:

“Today’s actions prove once again that President Trump will do everything in his power to guarantee our national security and protect Americans from the threats of the Chinese Communist Party.”

Let’s be clear here: if Donald Trump was actually passionate about data security, there are a LOT of steps he could take that don’t start with full-on banning a video app popular with young people. More likely this is a way to give the president an easy “win” that makes him feel powerful and stirs the pot of the international community. Which, um, we would really rather he not do!!!

There’s a LOT of money on the line right now for TikTok creators and advertisers who have built entire businesses out of the app. In a pandemic with unprecedented levels of unemployment and a teetering economy, it’s hard to believe the President of the United States would shut that down.

Except, you know, when you remember who the POTUS is right now…

[Image via TikTok & WENN/Instar]

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