On December 1, a meditation on idealized love set in the medieval era, has its Met premiere, led by Finnish conductor Susanna Mälkki in her company debut, directed by Robert Lepage, and starring Susanna Phillips, Tamara Mumford, and Eric Owens.
A new production of Gounod’s (opening February 2), conducted by Sir Mark Elder and directed by Mary Zimmerman, will star Kristine Opolais in the title role of a water nymph who falls in love with a human prince, sung by Brandon Jovanovich.
In the lowest ring of Douchebaggery Hell, you have the Catfish Scammers.
Catfish Scamming is when someone creates a fake online profile and pretends to be someone they are not in order to trick people into dating them. Two of the most common reasons are rooted in one of the following: either they are self-conscious about their looks and will steal someone’s pictures from other websites and pass them off as their own, or they are looking for money.
Usually, when hot girls start talking about gaming it’s a blatant ploy to try and get attention from guys, especially if they’re a celebrity involved in a title usually associated with fandom in one form or another.
Unfortunately, the internet is overflowing with jerks.
These revelations are all technically spoilers, since they reveal surprises in the game, so forge on only if you are strong and brave.
While you may be a little awed at a distance, at a close range the Underworld’s Selene can be one hilarious lady – look at her jokes on the Instagram (many of them about the penis) and photos of her cute animals.
But she is much, much deeper than that, with an excellent knowledge of literature (which she majored in at Oxford) and three languages under her belt – French, German and Russian.
These 14 actors have all shown themselves time and again to be real life gamers.
Jack Black’s a huge freaking nerd, come on, just look at him! You want proof that he’s an actual gamer, and not just a poser?