M. Bison Classic costumes comes to the street fighter 5 through the battle opportunity: arcade version

Capcom has just revealed a new classic for Street Fighter 5: Arcade. This time, the street fighter 2 Baddie M. Bison got his traditional look.

Those who wish to unlock this outfit can unlock it through the game’s combat chance mode. The garment will be available on November 27.

The battle opportunity is the trophy box system of Street Fighter 5. Players can use their Fight Money in the game to purchase tickets that unlock random items – the best quality items are alternative colors and clothing.

Players can purchase a ticket (item) in a battle opportunity to get 500 battle coins or 10 for 4,500 FM. The release of clothing depends on the luck of the draw, so some people may encounter M. Bison’s classic outfits earlier than others.

All four Shadaloo bosses will now have their classic look in Street Fighter 5. Balrog’s can be obtained through his Nostalgia costume (which you can buy from the game), while Vega and Sagat classics can be unlocked for a limited time. Through the opportunity to fight.

In addition to the new bison clothing, Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition will also add brand new holiday clothing and quality Resident Evil theme clothing. With these, Cammy became Jill, Urien became Wesker, and Kolin became Ada. As for holiday clothing, Blanka, Cody, Falke and Sakura will each receive a new festive atmosphere.

How does the most popular costume in the story tell the story of Queen Anne?

Sandy Powell is no stranger to royalty. After all, fashion designers – who have won Oscars and 11 nominations three times – have participated in films, including young Victoria, other Bolin girls and Cinderella, not to mention untitled movies like Carol and The Wolf of Wall. . street.

This winter, she was responsible for the two most shocking photos in the film: The Favorite, director Yorgos Lanthimos, describing the dark love of Queen Mary and Mary Poppins Returns. Here, Powell explains how to dress up for the 18th century England court, and why Queen Anne’s favorite costume may not be what you think.

A movie like this – a gorgeous period with an evil sense of humor – must be the dream of a fashion designer. How did you get involved?
I am already a fan of Yorgos Lantimos, back to [actions like Dogtooth and The Lobster]. After the lobster came out, I was chatting with people I knew who had worked with the film. He told me that Yorgos was planning to make a movie about Queen Anne. That sounds absolutely my street, so my friend made an introduction. This is how many years we filmed this movie, but I met Yorgos and expressed my interest, he took me to participate. I am chasing this job because I really want to know what the director like Yorgos will do during this time.

Was that time exciting for you?
This special time is very interesting because it is really not done in the movie. This is the beginning of the 18th century, I can’t think of anything similar. Usually the film of the British monarchy has some form of appearance, which is very accurate in history, but I know that he will have a new view on it, so I will play movies anyway.

For Emma’s character, it is more direct. She used to be a former woman who fell into a servant during difficult times. The first thing we saw her was good, but it is very old now. Then she wore a denim outfit, a denim outfit, and I made it from recycled jeans bought in a thrift store – when she entered the Queen’s emotions in her way, she became a waiting lady and started wearing black, which is the court’s colour. At the end of the movie, when she walked over to her station and really thought she had succeeded, I wanted to exaggerate the appearance of that rather vulgar new style.

She always plays her role for Rachel’s role. She is the one who has been in control for a long time, so it can be daunting. I hesitate to use the world of men, but I like her to be a liberating woman, just like all the liberated women in history, she can wear men’s clothing, and the way in Catherine Hepburn looks great. She needs to look strong and confident.

Gotham Set photo reveals penguins and Riddler comics – accurate costumes

In the entire Gotham series, Penguin and Riddler are the two biggest characters. In the last season, they finally got accurate comics. Gotham first launched on FOX in 2014 and has been launched for four consecutive seasons, with a fifth premiere in early 2019. Instead of becoming a complete Batman TV series, the show focuses on Bruce Wayne’s early years and shows his gradual transformation into a Dark Knight.

Even though Gotham has a large number of supervillains, Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) and Edward Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) are also the most prominent. Both roles were introduced in the first quarter and soon started to cause problems in nominal cities. In the final game of Season 4, Gotham launched the No Man’s Land storyline, in which Riddler and Penguin were in the middle of chaos. Both characters will return in the last season, but it seems that they have accurate comics in the final game with Batman.

Geek Vibes Nation recently released a new collection of photos from Gotham on Twitter, including Riddler and Penguin’s clothing, which looks very similar to the costumes that appear in comics. Penguin appears in photographs of top hats, monocles and purple suits, while Riddler uses all-green trim, including green trousers, iconic question sets and green glasses. Little is known about the stories behind these photos, but they are likely to be captured by Batman at this time of the season.

Stingl: Starting from PJ to support sick mothers. Now every Thanksgiving family will wear lingerie.

What is the holiday of everyone wearing clothes in autumn?

Oh, yes, Thanksgiving.

This is their performance at the turkey day celebrations of John and Kathy Hus, who are retirees living in Milwaukee near Miller Park.

I am not talking about someone appearing in a pilgrim or maybe a gorging person. This is a comprehensive costume party action, where everyone is dressed up in a young and old-fashioned spirit as the theme of choice for the year – rock stars, old west, construction workers, to name a few.

Like many great traditions, this tradition begins organically and without any expectations it will become a precious annual event.

That was in 2008, Kathie’s mother Irene Nauertz suffered from congestive heart failure. Thanksgiving is coming, this will be the last time Irene.

“She won’t come because she said, ‘I don’t feel well, I don’t even wear clothes. I am wearing pajamas.’ I said, ‘Mom, we need you here. Put on your pajamas.”

“She said, ‘I can’t do it.’ I said, ‘Well, what if we are all wearing pajamas? That’s what we did. I had a great time with her that year, I am very happy that we did Arrived,” Casey said.

That comfortable cluster may be over. But Husz’s children and others in the family are asking to bring it back next year.

The 2009 theme attempts to maintain Thanksgiving – pilgrims and Native American costumes. But in the next eight years, this situation has disappeared.

Gangsters and rock stars
For an unforgettable year, they ate turkey and stuffing as a hooligan in the era of smugglers. This must be strange when they bypass the besieged table and everyone must say that they are grateful.

How these costumes help unlock the mystery of Hill House

What does the ghost wear? Fashion designer Lynn Falconer had to ask this question when she was looking for a soul for the Crain family at Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House and the people lurking in the background. The adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s novel of the same name covers decades of fashion trends – including ghost costumes of the 1930s, floral decorations and contemporary outerwear of the summer of 1992.

Clothes played an important role in releasing the mysteries of the 10-part series, and SYFY FANGRRLS recently spoke with Falconer to learn more about the secrets revealed through the palette, the Bent-Neck Lady ensemble and Olivia’s fancy robe collection. And how to watch this show is like solving the origin of a colored “mathematical problem” and some items used to tell a bigger story. (For those who want to learn more about fashion details, including where to buy gloves like Theo’s [Kate Siegel] or Nell’s [Victoria Pedretti] wedding dress, then you are in the right place.)

Of course, red is an important part of the story; Red Room is an integral part of Hill House and can play the deepest fear and strongest desire of each character. In Shirley Jackson’s original novel, red is associated with Nell (as Eleanor), which is why Falconer weaves this color from her bridesmaid dress to her funeral dress through Nell’s story. Falconer used Jackson’s palette for other characters, including the yellow collocation in Theo’s wardrobe – the yellow velvet Sandro top she wore in episode 5 was just an example.

This is the fourth project of Falconer and Hill House founder Mike Flanagan, who have a strong sense of cooperation when discussing their relationship, including the use of red in the ending.

“Steven (Michiel Huisman) has a Bordeaux red cardigan, [and] the funeral director’s lapel has a red rose. It’s Flanagan’s direction. He brought it to the table,” Falconer pointed out. “There are red little feathers on the top hat. We found a place everywhere.”

After the students wore KKK costumes as short plays, the Missouri high school teacher paused.

According to a Springfield news report, a history teacher at a high school in Missouri was suspended after wearing a three-knit costume to participate in a “learning group speech.”

According to news reports, the area said that the Poplar Bluff students in the 9th grade history class were divided into small groups and asked to produce a short play that represented the US constitutional amendment. One of the groups was assigned the 15th Amendment. The amendment gives African Americans the right to vote.

“As part of the presentation, students discussed the unfavorable historical behavior of certain organizations actively involved in suppressing voter rights,” KFVS reported.

According to the station report, in the 15th amendment, one of the students wore KKK clothing. That is November 9.

According to KFVS, the Poplar Bluff R-I school district has since then stated that the student’s behavior is not “discriminatory”.

According to social media reports from news leaders, after graduating from Poplar Bluff High School in 2017, KKK Kransmann clothing “became the public” and posted a photo to Facebook.

“This happened in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, my daughter’s high school,” said a person posted on Twitter. “A student is allowed to wear KKK clothing! When I contact (school)… they tell me that this is part of the history course and it doesn’t make any sense!”

Fashion designer Catherine Kodicek: I like NT Live, but is it the cost of backstage employees?

As early as 2010, I couldn’t see the tickets for the National Theatre Hamlet, starring Rory Kinnear, so I watched the screening of NT Live. The whole family went to our local cinema to see how the best actors in the country performed in one of the most famous plays. Another added benefit was not to use popcorn to disturb the actors.

It was nothing new to watch the stage performance when NT Live debuted, but it was a huge improvement in terms of quality and reach. Christmas ballet on the BBC is rarely better than a static camera focused on the foot, while the other is used for a wide field of vision, but the shooting and editing of the live performance is like a movie. Cinema audiences benefit from a close-up of the theater audience never seeing. Tracking footage and wide-angle lenses, including the audience, made the show immediately feel like movies and drama.

This is the creation of genius – it is so obvious now, but it was completely groundbreaking at the time. Since then, I have participated in two live NT Lives. The buzz and energy in the background are obvious. If a line is loosened or an error occurs in the background, viewers across the country and even the rest of the world will see it.

Despite these challenges, the back office staff immediately accepted the idea. Most of us who work in London realize that we are part of the bubble and like to extend our audience beyond the regular theater audience. Although we have questions about how to compensate for the extra work involved, we accept that this is just a performance that happens to have more viewers.

When the Encore show first appeared, I barely noticed it, let alone questioned it. The shared live experience may no longer be true, but the live version of the recording is still the original, so what is the difference?

Backstage cinema professionals, actors and producers have different incomes than filmmakers. The theater cannot compete with the potential revenue of the film. We accept this as our destiny: the daily rate of the costume team members in the movie is £350, and the cost of the clothing professional’s program may be only £45.

However, if the performance being filmed will continue to be freed from the live elements and can be displayed multiple times without additional back-end technical costs, then the line will begin to blur. Is it still fair to pay the drama fee to the technician who made the film? Equity quickly provided its members with a new guide to live theater production contracts, but the back-end technology theater world is slower.

There are still a lot of new genres, but as Netflix and Amazon show interest in live-recorded theater events, limited theater shows are filmed, then screened in cinemas, there is no synchronized live experience, and there are countless security Can it be screened, is it time to question the rates paid by these drama films to skilled workers? Are they not film crews now?

Review Halloweekend(s) 2018: Differences between men’s and women’s costumes

Since the Celtic’s Halloween origins are mostly lost in the United States, we don’t know what the purpose of this holiday is. Our most popular and prestigious holidays usually revolve around a common feeling or value, such as love, gratitude or community. Even if their traditions have changed, Halloween is likely to be the biggest change since the American movement. Instead, it becomes very focused on image, fun and fear. This attention to images is also related to the ability to be another person, thing or night. This commitment to another role or identity forces some degree of self-reduction and relies on or expresses different generalizations and stereotypes. This reduction may be that Halloween is a reflection of our gender role perspectives and differences between different groups.

The three most popular Halloween costume sites have clear patterns and distinctions between men’s and women’s clothing. Halloweencostumes.com has a specific section on its website called “Sexy Costumes” under “Adults.” In this section, there are 57 types of clothing for men and 772 types for women. Spirithalloween.com has a section called “Sexy” in the women’s apparel section, with 106 outfits, but there is no “sexy” part in men’s clothing. Interestingly, the only time in the men’s part of the use of sexy word belongs to the “men’s Halloween costume creative 2018” category of “men’s professional clothing”.

The results of these studies show that only professional clothing can achieve the “sexy” appearance of men. The descriptor “hot” was used twice, and the descriptor “handsome” was also used twice, for the 575 different costumes available in the “All Men’s Apparel” section. Clothing super center. Com has a separate part from men’s and women’s clothing, called “sexy.” However, it only includes women’s clothing, which is evident in the information section, where “Ms.” is used by prospective consumers. In the section titled “Men’s Clothing,” the word sexy is not used as a descriptor and is not “hot.” The term “handsome” has been used to describe a cut-off police costume.

The trend I have noticed while studying these sites is that clothing classified or described by physical descriptors related to attraction is dominated by women and faces women. Although sometimes men’s clothing is associated with physical appeal through wording, such as being included in the “sexy” part of the site or described as “handsome”, “hot” or “sexy”, these moments are rare and the ratio is not The doubts are not balanced. Most garments that cater to men clearly do not have the same performance as women.

These trends suggest how women are seen and the power and value of women. The word “sexy” has a lot to do with the response of others. This is a deep-rooted reaction.

On the day we can be anything we want, women are still encouraged to wear the most attractive way to the body before they can be specific. Or, in terms of their particularity, it is still encouraged to be a “sexy” version. The message now seems to be: “You can do whatever you want, just make sure it’s still sexy!”

The school district apologizes for Mexican stereotypes and costumes for the pillars

The school district apologizes for Mexican stereotypes and costumes for the pillars

The head of the Idaho School District apologized on Friday. After the photo was broadcast, some of the staff in a primary school were wearing Halloween costumes depicting Mexican stereotypes, while others were decorated with the slogan of President Trump behind the side wall. The United States is great again.”

The two photos were published in several costume images on the school district’s Facebook page before being removed. One saw a group of people wearing wide-brimmed hats, ponchos and black beards; another staff member wore American patriotic equipment and stood behind a cardboard wall.

According to the Associated Press, as of Saturday, 14 staff members who participated in the photo had received paid leave.

Photographs of staff from the Middleton Heights Elementary School in Middleton, Idaho, were quickly angered by the local Hispanic community and others.

These photos exacerbate ethnic differences in a predominantly white country, but Hispanics are the largest minority. This incident also occurred when the president sparked anti-immigration hostility before the midterm elections.

When a group of teachers at the Middleton School in Idaho dressed up as a boundary wall, their slogan was “Make America Great Again.” Other teachers wear stereotyped Mexican costumes pic.twitter.com/gZwGBkGdKA

– Joe Parris (@KTVBJoe) November 2, 2018
Josh J. Middleton, head of the Middleton School District, said the school district is investigating what happened.

“Do I think this bad decision is malicious? No, I don’t,” he said in a Facebook video released on Friday. “Is the judgment involved poor? Absolutely.” He added that he “is very troubled by our staff’s decision to wear clothing that is clearly insensitive and inappropriate.”

“We are better than this,” he said. “We embrace all students. We have a responsibility to teach and reach out to all students – during the period.”

How do you react to these teachers’ Halloween costumes, depicting Mexican stereotypes and side walls?

How do you react to these teachers’ Halloween costumes, depicting Mexican stereotypes and side walls?

Looking at the photos and headlines above, journalist Joe Paris posted the photos and titles on Twitter. What is your reaction? why?

The person shown is a teacher. Is the photo taken in elementary school?

In “The school district apologizes for the Mexican stereotypes and the pillars of the wall pillars,” Sarah Mervosh writes:

The two photos were published in several costume images on the school district’s Facebook page before being removed. One saw a group of people wearing wide-brimmed hats, ponchos and black beards; another staff member wore American patriotic equipment and stood behind a cardboard wall.

… These photos exacerbate racial differences in a predominantly white country, but Hispanics are the largest minority. This incident also occurred when the president sparked anti-immigration hostility before the midterm elections. Josh J. Middleton, head of the Middleton School District, said the school district is investigating what happened.

“Do I think this bad decision is malicious? No, I don’t,” he said in a Facebook video released on Friday. “Is the judgment involved poor? Absolutely.” He added that he “is very troubled by our staff’s decision to wear clothing that is clearly insensitive and inappropriate.”

Students, read the entire article, then tell us:

– What do you think people should wear as a Halloween costume? If so, how do you define these limits? Why do you define them like this?

– When the person in charge dresses up for the teacher to attend the school masquerade ball, will your answer change? Why or why not?

– Are you offended by the teacher’s clothing or the subject they choose to represent? Do you think people in their community are reasonable in their anger?

– What punishment do you think people who participate in the “Border Wall” theme Halloween costumes should accept?

– Should this topic be banned at school? What about other public places? Description.

– Do you think this event has the ability to negatively affect ethnic relations in Idaho and elsewhere? Do you think it can lead to positive results? Explain your position.

– Do you make teachers’ standards different from those of other adults when speaking and acting properly? Why or why not?

– Jon Yorgason, whose children participated in the school where the masquerade ball was held, and set a line between “dressing up another culture and depicting the boundary wall” because the wall is “this One of the most sensitive and controversial political issues in the country. “First of all, do you think that members who dress up differently from their own culture are always or never accepted? Second, do you think that if the wall is not a topic of heated debate, will this event become national news?