Discussion in 'Alternate History Discussion: After 1900' started by OldNavy1988, Aug 30, 2016.
Send me a PM if you want. I think I may have forgot the changes.
I still hope that trump will miraculously mange to get a slap on the wrist (I feel that it is possible if the Washington post expose on trump is prove to be flase), only to go kind of crazy destroy his fortune on the trumpolis/Empire of dream project and becaome delusional starts think he is king of America. The press start calling him the anti jousha norton.
When did their trial end? and what were their punishments?
They were both convicted and given the death penalty.
Added a few of those Chaotix 3 ideas.
When did their trail end though?
Trial ended in early 2001, about 7 months prior to 9/11.
And the verdict?
The End.... of that.
Either Donkey Kong or Metroid in the Nintendo Cinematic Universe.
Not sure who else to cast, but I might stick with Richard Yearwood as Donkey Kong.
FBI agents arrest former Nickelodeon execs Geraldine Laybourne and Vanessa Coffey on bribery charges. Both arrests are related to a Washington Post bombshell that alleged the network accepted bribes from the now-defunct Trump Manhattan studio, intended to tie the hands of Nick's standards and practices department during production of the original Ren and Stimpy show.
- The New York Times
Last week, a Boston judge blocked Republic Pictures' initial outright purchase of Martin Scorsese's upcoming film The Aviator from The Walt Disney Company. Republic was found to have made the initial announcement of their purchase prematurely and that Disney CEO Barry Diller convinced his board of directors to veto the transaction at the eleventh hour. Instead, Republic and Disney's Hyperion label will share co-distribution credit for the film, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes. Earlier this year, Disney bought The Aviator at an IRS auction of Trump Manhattan's assets.
Warner Parks receives the greenlight from state lawmakers to continue construction on the troubled theme park that was originally started by Trump Leisure.
- The Houston Chronicle
Released by Columbia Pictures
Release date: July 2, 2004
Produced by Screen Gems
Directed by Bruce Timm
Screenplay by Paul Dini and Kevin Eastman
Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Nick Carter as Tim Drake/Robin
Cam Clarke as Leonardo and Rocksteady
Rob Paulsen as Raphael
Barry Gordon as Donatello and Bebop
Townsend Coleman as Michelangelo
Corey Burton as Splinter
Pat Fraley as Krang
James Avery as Oroku Saki/Shredder
Mark Hamill as Jack Napier/The Joker
Tara Strong as Harley Quinn
The Dark Knight and the Heroes in a Half-Shell team up for the ultimate battle against the villains of both properties.
Comic book aficionados ignored the mixed reviews and lined up to buy ticket. That made Batman/TMNT the surprise hit of the year.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles appear in their late 80's look for the first time since 1996.
Batman, voiced by Kevin Conroy, is drawn in the style of the highly acclaimed animated series that ran from 1992 to 96.
"It's about damn time the Caped Crusader learned to have fun."
- Aint it Cool News
"Take a good look, because this might be the only time we see the Columbia and TriStar logos in the same film for a while."
- The Closing Logo Group forums
"Crossovers are a dime a dozen, but this one is worth every penny."
- The Columbus Dispatch
"It's actually very refreshing to see Batman crack a smile rather than sulk in his cave once in a while."
- The New York Post
Rotten Tomatoes: FRESH!
Any questions or comments before I proceed?
Will we hear any about trump soon
Two of the Nickelodeon executives that took bribes from him will stand trial later this year.
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