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The Biggest Box Office Bombs of 2019

Hollywood’s box office is one fascinating beast. We often witness that some inevitable bombs become huge hits, while some sure-thing box office monsters put their studios in red. One such example is Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which earned much more than Justice League. Thus, we decided to list the biggest box office bombs of the next 12 months. In fact, any movie with less than double can be counted as a box office bomb. Unfortunately, most of these films won’t even get anywhere close to that figure and are destined for box office doom.

Serenity: Release Date January 25, 2019

Even though Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star in this movie, which is nothing like the 2005’s Serenity movie, the movie is definitely indescribable. This weird and baffling movie will probably not see a box office glory even though it stars A-list Academy Award winners.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 4: Recap


The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 is underway and episode 4 has been aired. It was a long-anticipated episodes and brothers Rick and Marty Lagina have found some peculiar items in the previous episodes. And the best way to make an introduction is to see what Marty said.

“Well, we know seismic works to some extent, to the extent is yet to be determined, but we know that a new technology shows promise here. We know that, we know we have another very significant find, probably the first treasure this year. We know that we were much more focused on information and results of experiments and then we are actually searching at depth – but we’re going to search at depth so we’re just trying to hone it in, we’re trying to you know cross all the T’s and dot all the i’s and then dig.”

Keep reading to find out what happened in the fourth episode of Oak Island Season 6. But first, a slight revision for those who have just tuned in!

There is an island in the North Atlantic where people have been looking for an incredible treasure for more than 200 years. So far,the brothers and their team have found a stone slab with strange symbols carved into it mysterious fragments of human bone and a LED cross whose origin may stretch back to the days of the Knights Templar.To this date, six men have died trying to solve the mystery and according to legend 7 needs to die before the treasure can be found.

The beginning


The episode starts with the way it ended when the team found a curious crossbow that is considered to be very old.
it is the end of another long day on Oak Island as Rick Lagina, Craig Tester and members of their team gathered to inform Rick’s brother Marty and area archaeologist about a new and potentially important discovery. They showed them what they found and what they believed it was.

Earlier this same day, while metal detecting at the beachfront on lot 26, Jack and geophysicist Mike West discovered an unusual metal object approximately 10 inches beneath the rocky soil.It was used as a deadly weapon as early as the 7th century BC – the crossbow was for its time a type of high-tech bow and arrow one that could shoot projectiles with great speed deadly accuracy. The arrows or bolts were so finely sharpened they could even penetrate metal armor.


A medieval crossbow bolt found in the shore of Oak Island? But if so, how did it get here? Could it be connected in some way to the lead cross found at Smith’s Cove last year? These are all questions they needed answers.
Meanwhile Rick said: “it’s clearly very interesting what they found this so-called crossbow bolt, very interesting, a very out of place. I mean it’s an interesting object there’s no question about it, it’s unlike anything we’ve ever found before. More significant than the cross!

The drilling continues

The next day, Rick Lagina Craig Tester and Charles Barkhouse head over to the area known as the money pit. They are in the early stages of finding out if recently conducted seismic testing has allowed them to pinpoint the precise location of the original treasure site first discovered in 1795.Just one day ago, the team drilling began at a new 6.5-inch wide borehole known as D6. At a depth of 93 feet they discovered evidence of a horizontal would be followed by a three-foot void. It was at this same depth that recent seismic scanning of the areas revealed what could be a network of underground tunnels.


Is it possible that Rick Marty and their partners have actually located one of the legendary booby-trapped flood tunnels? The tunnels which many believe were constructed in order to prevent searchers from finding this centuries-old treasure vault?


Although the team is encouraged by locating a possible tunnel they are even more hopeful to reach another one of the intriguing anomalies that was detected by seismic scanning – a nearly 30-foot-wide void at a depth of approximately 170 feet. It was at this depth, last year, that the team, while drilling with a 60-inch wide steel caisson, encountered what they believe could be the legendary Chappell vault – a 7-foot tall wood box first discovered by treasure hunters William Chappell and Frederick Blair in 1897. However, instead of penetrating the vault the caisson is believed to have actually pushed the mysterious object further down into the mud and off to the side.

Impenetrable Object

While drilling a new borehole in the money pit area the Oak Island team has just found an object at a depth of some 200 feet deep underground, an object that seems impossible to penetrate.They would believe that they have encountered the Money Pit, but now, after hitting the bedrock, they were disappointed. It means they may have missed the large underground anomaly that was indicated on the 3D map created by the team’s recent seismic scanning. It also means they will be forced to choose a different site in the hopes of locating the legendary Chappell vault…

Marty: “We certainly didn’t hit the center of the anomaly and you know that’s good and bad news but as long as the drill is down hole there’s hope.”

Examining the Iron


The next day, as Rick Lagina remains on the island to begin planning the team’s next steps,his brother Marty Craig Tester and Marty’s son Alex heads some 50 miles northeast of Oak Island to St. Mary’s University in the city of Halifax.They are meeting once again with associate professor of chemistry Dr. Krista Bruce, an expert in the study of metals and their chemical compositions.They are hoping to find out if scientific testing on what they believe to be a crossbow bolt.

Using samples carefully collected from the surface of the artifact,Dr. Bristow and her colleague Dr. Shawn Yang performed a chemical analysis of the metal with the help of a high-powered scanning electron microscope or SEM.


What’s SEM?

Unlike traditional microscopes which rely on a combination of light and lenses to magnify objects, the SEM performs scans with a focused beam of electrons which can produce magnification as much as 200 thousand times greater than an object’s actual size. it can also provide a detailed analysis of the items chemical composition.
And besides iron, manganese was found to be a part of the bolt! Manganese?

Manganese was used in the production of steel and iron at the beginning of the 9th century BC. It’s presence in the sample could be an indication that the Oak Island team may be in possession of something far older than what they first thought possible.

Cofferdam Construction Continues…

Following his informative trip to St. Mary’s University Craig Tester has arrived back on Oak Island to Smith’s Cove, where one of the team’s most ambitious and expensive projects is well underway – the construction of a massive 525-foot-long steel cofferdam!

Since construction of the cofferdam began, just one week ago the team from Urban Equipment Limited has installed nine out of the nearly 120 sections of steel sheet pilings that will form the watertight barrier. Once completed, it will allow the site to be fully drained so that it can be excavated not only in the hope of finding historically significant artifacts but also the remains of the legendary box drain flooding system that has effectively booby-trapped the entire money pit area.While Craig continues to oversee the cofferdam construction at Smith’s Cove, Rick Lagina has called members of the Oak Island team together for an important meeting in the war room.

The Dramatic News


Rick’s close friend, ZenaHalpern has passed away at the age of 88 which comes with great sadness for him and the rest of the team. The New York-based author and historian spent more than 50 years researching possible journeys to North America by members of the Knights Templar, journeys that she was convinced were made centuries before the so-called discovery of the new world by Christopher Columbus in 1492. Two years ago Zena presented Rick Lagina and the team with a number of intriguing documents including one which she believed to be a 14th century Templar map of Oak Island.

Rick was very emotional and at the edge of his tears, he said: “Zena had very serious health issues and our health was filmed, to be honest as sad as we are by Zena’s passing I am immensely grateful for having met her. Can’t speak highly enough about her. Her life has certainly impacted my own.”

He also read this: “My heart is heavy at the loss of our dear friend Zena. She was a sweet but tough woman in love with history I’m comforted in believing she now has all the answers to all of the questions she ever had about history. As she listens to her creator she now knows the full history of Oak Island and what lies below the beautiful surface. I am thankful to have known her. I love you Zena. Rest my dear friend.”


Visit to Her Home

Three days after learning the news of his friends passing, Rick Lagina along with his nephew Peter Fornetti travel some 800 miles southwest of Oak Island to Visit Zena’s former home in Long Island New York.
They are pouring through more than 50 years of research collected by the noted author during her lifetime research. Rick hopesthat may help him and his partners solve the Oak Island mystery.

The Cremona Document

Rick and his friends found a lot of interesting stuff at Zena’s home and one of the papers was the Cremona Document
The Cremona document discovered during the 1970s in a church in Cremona Italy. The so-called Cremona document is a collection of maps, ciphers and journal entries which are believed to have been authored in part by the 12th century Templar knight Ralph de Sudeley. It describes his activity at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem where he is believed to have discovered priceless religious artifacts such as the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant. It also details the voyage that he made to North America with other members of the Knights Templar. Although many mainstream historians remain skeptical as to the Colonna documents authenticity, Rick Lagina is convinced that much of the information contained within it, is most likely true.


Return to Oak Island

The next day, following this emotional trip, the team returns to the island and at the money pit site, the drilling has begun at a second location. They are hopeful they will soon reach a mysterious 30-foot-wide void located at a depth of some 170 feet and which was identified earlier by seismic scanning.

Using a specialized sonic drill, the drilling team extracts core samples of Earth and any objects contained within at intervals every 10 feet these samples are then transferred into a plastics layer so that they can be carefully examined by hand for any important clues or possible treasure.

An Amazing Discovery

The thing which is found here may be small, but it is quite relevant. It is coconut fiber!
In 1804, when the money pit was excavated by the Onslow company, searchers reported finding a large amount of coconut fiber at a depth of 60 feet. Given that the nearest coconut trees are located some 1500 miles south of Nova Scotia, they concluded that it had been used to make a kind of room that would enable depositors and followers something of great value down into the shell.

Could the discovery of coconut fiber be an important indication that Rick, Marty and the team have finally located the site of the original money pit?There are plenty of questions that still need to be answered.
What do you think of the fourth episode of the show?

The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 4 – A Legacy Revealed


People have grown skeptic in recent seasons of The Curse of Oak Island and they are not sure whether treasure exists or not. However, Rick and Marty Lagina have are getting closer to reveal the mysteries and their latest discoveries are supporting this claim. Despite some decrease in the ratings, the show still remains the most watched documentary on History Channel and now that they have expanded their exploration, it is gaining tractions once again.

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In case you haven’t watched the show before, you need to get familiar with it briefly. Rick and Marty Lagina and their team hope to discover a hidden treasure on Oak Island. It is believed that the treasure has been hidden here for centuries and they believe that it is placed somewhere in the “Money Pit”. After years of excavation and clues, the Season 6 Episode 4 is titled “A Legacy Revealed”. What is expected from this episode?

The title is alluring and excavations will continue. It appears that the team will discover something huge. The synopsis of the episode reads: “Further investigation suggests Gary’s latest find may be the oldest discovery on the island to date, and Rick is faced with a tragic loss.”

It is too early to celebrate because there is apparently some tragic loss. Hopefully, this does not mean that someone would lose a life during the excavations as the team is making progress.

So far, the Lagina brothers have found a lot of things: parchment paper, bones, gemstone brooch, the medieval cross, bookbinding, pottery etc. The current season is expected to answer the questions regarding these objects and how they ended up here.

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Furthermore, the Season 6 Episode 4 will be the one in which we will see the oldest relic so far found on the island. If you are a fan of the show, you don’t want to miss this episode.

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The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 4 will air on December 4 at 9 pm on History Chanel.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 3 Recap


Oak Island has been hiding a treasure for more than 200 years. So far, the Lagina brothers have found a stone slab strange symbols carved into it, mysterious fragments of human bone and a cross,which origin may stretch back to the days of the Knights Templar.

To date, six men have died trying to solve the mystery and according to legend 7 people have to die so that the treasure can be found. It is a day of great anticipation for brothers Rick and Marty Lagina and the other members of their Oak Island team. In case you missed the new episode, here is what happened!

The Cofferdam Construction

It was the first day in the construction of an enormous 525-foot long cofferdam at Smith’s Cove, one of the most intriguing and mysterious places on the island.It would just gradually start coming together over the next couple of days. When completed, the confer dam will effectively wall off ocean water to the comb.


Using a powerful hydraulic hammer approximately 120 interlocking steel sheets will be driven some 25 feet into the ground this will allow the water to be drained and then the entire area searched for important clues. And these are the clues that might help the Laginas solve a two hundred and twenty three-year-old treasure mystery. It may also help them locate an elaborate system of booby-trapped flood tunnels that afforded searchers from exploring the so-called honey pen, located some 170 yards away.

“Every time Smith’s Cove has been searched in the past it’s been just an earthen cofferdam more or less similar to the bladder system we used last year. And there’s so much seepage under there through the sands and the gravel and whatever underneath there that was working in constant flooding. So this time we’re gonna drive sheet piling no 23 feet and interlock it that should stop the bulk of the water, “said Marty Lagina.

What is realistically the closest timeframe to when we start being able to dig an excavated Smith’s Cove?This is one of the questions raised and answered by the team. One of the members said: “This year, we’re anticipating about three weeks work from the time we started today until we can probably turn it over doodles right on schedule basically and then we can get started and see if there’s anything else hiding down in Smith’s Cove”

Journey that would pay off


As the team from Irving Equipment Limited continues with their operation at Smith’s Cove brothers Rick and Marty Lagina along with Craig Tester, Dave Blankenship and Charles Barkhouse are travelling some 2,300 miles west of Oak Island to the City of Calgary in Alberta, Canada.

They are on their way to the headquarters of Eagle Canada, a geophysical exploration company which over the past two weeks has conducted a major seismic imaging scan of the money pit site. This revolutionary process involves the detonation of literally hundreds of explosive dynamite charges. These charges send powerful shockwaves down into the earth which are then measured and recorded, allowing for the creation of a virtual three-dimensional map which in turn could reveal the precise location of everything from old searcher tunnels and booby traps to underground treasure vaults.

Included in the seismic scanning operation was another search area known as the mega bin located some 600 feet north of the money pit site. It was here in the early 1970s that veteran treasure hunter Dan Blankenship and his company, the Triton Alliance drilled some 40 exploratory bore holes searching for tunnels that Dan believed were connected to the money pit.

“We’re going to get a look at the seismic results which were very excited to see,” said Marty, while Rick added: “I do have high hopes for them being able to see vertical structures. We have our own little version of what that might be. You know, mental image of what that might be but in any event this is the first time we might get some scientific imaging of what’s going on under growling both at the money pit and over there on the hillside.”
When Jeremy started showing the results, the entire team was sitting at the edge of their seats: “There’s your megabit right there,” he said.“This is definitely the largest anomaly in this data set so far. It’s roughly 50 meters long so you’re in 150 to 175-foot length. The distance between the top and the base is 7 to 12 feet.”
“What’s interesting is things are draping on top of it so it is a confident structure whatever it is,” Jeremy pointed out. He was asked whether that was consistent with a chamber with a roof and a floor. And his answer was positive.

Anmind-boggling discovery

A 175 foot chamber located at a depth of approximately 50 feet – it sound weird, don’t you think? Could this discovery finally be the proof the Laginas and generations of other treasure hunters have been trying to find for more than two centuries? The man-made structures really do exist beneath the surface of Oak Island. This was something the Laginas have been searching for years. It is a breakthrough discovery.

A large void low at a depth of 160 to 170 feet and adjacent to the c1 and h8 bore holes that Rick and Marty dug in the money pit? “That’s where a lot of odd stuff came out of!” said Rick.

The Oak Island team found compelling evidence of what they believed to be the so-called Chappell vault, the 7-foot tall wooden box first discovered by William Chappell and Frederick Blair in 1897. It was while searching the spoils from this same hole that the team also made a number of incredible discoveries, including pottery bits of parchment and leather bookbinding and even pieces of human bones, which when tested or determined to be the remains of two individuals one from Europe and the other from the Middle East. Each was estimated to be more than 400 years old.
Unfortunately when the team attempted to penetrate the suspected vault with a 60 inch wide drill the object was pushed into muddy ground. Could this large chamber located near the h8 shaft be were the elusive Chappell vault is now located?

“If it is real it could answer a lot of stuff it could explain where we pushed that vault down to, you know, if there’s a cavity over there that has been breached then maybe that’s where the stuff went. Maybe it is the bottom of the old money pit,” confirmed the Laginas.

Forming a New Strategy


In Alberta, Canada brothers Rick and Marty Lagina along with members of the Oak Island team have just been given the startling information that seismic scanning has revealed the existence of underground points in the money pit area, voids that appear to surround the borehole known as H8.

A flood tunnel located at a depth of approximately 100 is what they believe they have come across. They started discussing what the best way was to use the data but one thing was for sure – they were ready to explore.
While Rick Marty and members of the team eagerly make their way back to Oak Island Jack Begley, Gary Drayton and area geophysicist Mike West head to the beach on lot 26 located upon the island’s South West Shore. They have come here in hopes of finding historical artifacts like the gold covered brooch Gary and Rick Lagina discovered just one week ago and which was estimated to be as much as 700 years old.
They covered the ground with metal detectors which had different characteristics and therefore, they made a detailed search.

A Bit of History

During the American Revolution in 1783, Captain James Anderson was a privateer who pledged his allegiance to the United States. However, after being given command of his own ship called the Betsy he became a spy for the British and fled the US taking his ship and the valuable cargo it was carrying with him. Facing charges of treason levied by then-governor Virginia Thomas Jefferson Anderson escaped to Nova Scotia where he purchased lot 26 on Oak Island.

Back to it!

To assist them in their search Mike will use a metal detecting device known as the E/M 61. Unlike conventional metal detectors which are generally limited to an average scanning depth of between one and three feet, the E/M 61 is equipped with powerful transmitter and receiver coils allowing it to sense metal objects buried up to 20 feet deep underground. It also features a GPS device which will allow the team to record the exact location of any targets too deep to be dug up by hand.

And what they found was a spike.The spike was believed to date back to 1700s and it came from the ship. Could have been part of a dock or boat slip once used by Captain James Anderson? But that was not all they found…
They have also come across a hook.The hook used for unloading cargo from ships and found on land once owned by the 18th century pirate captain James Anderson!


The James Anderson Recall

Last year, members of the Oak Island team traveled to the home of Steve Atkinson a direct descendant of James Anderson where they were shown one of the infamous Buccaneers. Just in addition to the chest was a ring of four mysterious keys.Could the hook that the team has just found on lot 26 be evidence that at least one of the legends concerning Captain James Anderson is true? Was the potential treasure from the ship buried all over the island?

The Meeting

As another Sun sets on Oak Island brothers Rick and Marty lagina have called a meeting in the war room. They are eager to share with their team the incredible results of the seismic testing that they received earlier that day from the technicians in Calgary.


Money Pit Rumors

Over the years there have been many Oak Island theorists who believe that the money pit was constructed as a decoy designed to thwart the efforts of would-be searchers and keep them from finding the actual treasure vault. It was their belief that after the money pit was done and then booby-trapped with seawater another more secret tunnel was constructed which branched off from the fabled shaft and then led to a treasure vault located safely above sea level.

“I have always felt that the theory proposed by others that the money pit was dug as deep as could be dug at the time and then there is a tunnel that goes off from it somewhere and in a relatively shallow depth that created a chamber underground. And that makes so much sense because it would be absolutely no way to find that with 300 year old technology unless you knew where it was,” said one of the brothers.

Could the shallow anomaly as indicated on the 3D seismic map and located some 600 feet north of the money pit be evidence that this incredible theory is true?Afterwards, the team designed a simple strategy and they shared the roles. Once again, everyone knew what to do, so they were on it.

Previous Smith’s Cove Excavation Attempts

In the early 1970s Oak Island treasure hunter Dan Blankenship played his own attempt to excavate Smith’s Cove and locate the flood tunnels which he hoped would lead him directly to the fabled treasure vault. Unlike Laginas, he constructed a large copper dam around Smith’s Cove made of large boulders packed with earth unfortunately harsh weather plagued his efforts. And before he could locate the flood tunnels Dan’s cofferdam was washed away but not before he made an amazing discovery.

Located just off shore and some 10 feet underground Dan found the remains of an elaborate wooden structure. Because of its unique shape Dan dubbed it the u-shaped structure although its intended purpose, as well as the identities of those who constructed it,has remained a mystery.

The Sonic Drilling

Later that day as work continues at Smith’s Cove, Rick Lagina along with his nephew Peter Fornetti, Craig Tester and other members of their team gather at the Oak Island Visitor Center.They’ve scheduled a meeting with representatives a drilling company that specializes in a process known as sonic drilling.

Unlike regular air or mud rotary drilling which uses powerful drill bits to literally grind beneath the ground,the sonic one uses vibrations to create a high-frequency sound which can literally pulverize obstacles. It has been used to extract samples of earth and objects from areas as much as five hundred feet deep.Everybody was excited to see it being put in use.

“I’ve always been against just guessing. I mean the whole point of the seismic program was to find anomalous features underground in the money pit well they’ve targeted an area that’s worth investigating and thus we’re gonna drill it,” said the Laginas, referring to the idea of scanning the ground.

Using last year’s geo-tech grid as a reference, the team has decided to dig their first hole at a location known as D6. Here, they hope to find not only a possible system of tunnels some 100 feet deep but also a 30-foot wide chamber at a depth of approximately 170 feet. It is also in this chamber that the team hopes it will locate the mysterious Chappell vault in which bits of gold and a piece of parchment was recovered more than a century ago shortly before it sank further beneath the ground.

After collecting samples at intervals of up to 10 feet, the samples are transferred into plastic sleeves for thorough inspection of any potential artifacts or treasure.And the team hopes to find interesting items. Are there any?


Why Finding Wood Matters?

While examining Spoils excavated from borehole D6 at the money pit Oak Island partner Craig Tester and geologist Terry Matheson have just made what they believe could be an important discovery.And it was wood they found! Is that a wood from a tunnel? But from which year it is? Could it be little more than the remains of a searcher tunnel one of the dozens that had been dug on the island over the years or could it be physical evidence from an original underground structure one that may have been put there centuries ago? Why the people who came to the island looking to hide an incredible treasure?

“This is the heart of that anomaly right where we’re drilling a tunnel, could be there, it could have been one of the other tunnels coming off the money pit we’ve encountered what we believe to be a tunnel in an area or we got a target based on the seismic data but we don’t know what that means it could be original work, we don’t know, and that’s what we’re trying to decipher. It’s exciting. It can’t be just a coincidence,” says Rick.

A Crossbow

The discovery of a possible tunnel directly connected to the money pit offers exciting news for the Laginas and members of their team. It means that the seismic data they received was able to accurately pinpoint the existence of a structure located some 93 feet below ground. It also means that as they continue to drill down deeper the team may also be successful at finding another critical proof- the one which they believed might contain the legendary Chappell vault. As the sonic drilling operation continues in the money pit area, Jack Begley,Gary Drayton and Mike West returned to lock 26, property that was once owned by the 18th century pirate and privateer captain James Anderson.

While searching for artifacts on lot 26 located on the island south west shore, the three of them have made a curious discovery – they found a crossbow. But the team is not quite certain how it got here. Dating back to as early as the seventh century BC the crossbow was a powerful long-range weapon and favored for its accuracyand ability to pierce through heavy armor. They were also widely used by individuals of high status throughout the militaries of medieval Europe until they were replaced in the 16th century by gunpowder firearms. Could what Gary’s identified as a possible crossbow fault really be evidence that members of the Knights Templar visited Oak Island centuries ago?

After examining it, it is believed that the crossbow dates back to the 1300s or perhaps even earlier. It was the discovery everyone love and it will motivate them for a further search.

Following a week of intriguing revelations and exciting new discoveries Rick, Marty and the Oak Island team are convinced that they are closer than ever to solving this 223-year-old mystery. When will they find the Oak Island treasure?

Rick and Morty are back with 70 new episodes! – Expectations, release date and everything you need to know


The great TV show “Rick and Morty” is back! In May 2018 creators of this popular science fiction cartoon for adults announced new episodes of the show, and not just one season – additional 70 new episodes are coming. The number of Seasons is still not specified, but who cares about that.

Rick and Morty Season 4 Release date

Writers of the new episodes started to work on the Season 4 in Jun 2018. Following, it was announced that the actors started to record voices during summer. It is not a surprise that creators of the “Rick and Morty” already left their fans to wait some time among two seasons, so don’t expect this year any updates. It is more realistic that the new season would start showing on TV in 2019.

What can we expect in the new episodes?


Creators of the show, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, announced on 10th of May this year that “Rick and Morty” will be back on the TV screen very soon. The fans are waiting for new episodes since October 2017, and they have high expectations from Season 4 for sure. On 6th of November 2018, Douglas Einar Olsen (show’s storyboard artist) posted on Tweeter a picture of Evil Morty holding a sign “f*****g vote”. His post was an obvious call for action considering that on the following day midterm elections were happening in the U.S. At the same time, the picture caused gossips among the fans that in Season 4 there might be a return of the Evil Morty and the Citadel.

Production of the “Rick and Morty”

Science fiction American sitcom “Rick and Morty” follows the adventures of crazy scientist Rick Sanchez and his grandson, a goodhearted Morty Smith. The show is created for adults even though the story is crossing dimensions and realities. Dan Harmon, co-creator of the “Rick and Morty”, posted a video on Instagram in September 2018, showing the team working on new drawings. They started to work on the new season in June 2018, and it will take several months for production to finish the first episodes. The fans can expect new “Rick and Morty” in 2019.

The Curse of Oak Island Best Photos


In case you didn’t know, The Curse of Oak Island is a super popular active reality TV series. The series follows brothers Marty and Rick Lagina, who are trying to find speculated treasures and historical artifacts that are believed to be on Oak Island. The show was first premiered in 2014, on History network, and it’s currently in it’s sixth season. We are going to show you some of the best photos from the show.

The location

This is where the show is being filmed. Oak Island is a 140-acre tree-covered, privately owned island in Lunenburg County on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.

The crew

Mistery Surroundings

Areas that are investigated in the show include the „Money Pit“, Borehole 10-x, Smit’s Cove, „Nolan’s Cross“, the „Hatch“, the „Watchtower“, and the „Swamp“.

Many lost their lives while pursuing the Oak Island quest

This is a memorial on the island dedicated to those who lost their lives while searching for the mysterious treasure on Oak Island.

Burried treasure

This is the map of the lost and burried treasure on the Oak island.

Rick Lagina

Rick had the interest in the treasure of Oak Island since he was a kid. After he read an article in the „Readers Digest“ which was based on the wood timbers found, the booby traps and the legend of treasure buried there, his passion for treasure hunting got even stronger.

Marty Lagina

Marty Lagina is the brother of Rick Lagina. Marty has a skill to smell the prime location of the destined treasure. Marty is a treasurer, and he’s known for his discovery on the irrefutable proof for the show „The Curse of Oak Island“.

Borehole 10x


When Triton Alliance widened the borehole to allow people access to the depths, Borehole 10X officially became the 29th Shaft on Oak Island.

Money Pit

Back in the 1980’s Oak Island was open to the public and visitors could see the Money Pit, a mysterious hole in the ground which has been baffling treasure hunters for centuries. But no treasure has been recovered from Oak Island to this day.

Money Pit back in the days

Money Pit was discovered in 1795, and originally it was around 200 ft deep. It was filled in by its builders and no one has been able to get to the bottom of it, and there is still no clue who originally dug this pit.

Templar Signs

These strange Templare Knights signs are found on rocks in Nova Scotia.

David Blankenship

David is the son of legendary treasure hunter Dan Blankership. He is a longtime resident of Oak Island, and despite his serious workplace accident 30 years ago that caused him to have limited mobility, he’s never let it slow him down.

How is it done?

Here Mike Huntley is going down the Borehole 10X with deep sea detective John Chatterton.

Rick and Marty went to Scotland


Rick and Marty traveled to Scotland to investigate an incredible theory about the construction of the Money Pit.

Rick working hard

Rick would do anything just to find the treasure.

Even the 32nd president of America was there


On this photo you can see Franklin Roosevelt on Oak Island back in the 1909.




5 Reasons Why The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Could be the Biggest


The famous TV show on the History Channel is finally ready to blast the audience with an epic comeback of Lagina brothers in the most intriguing season ever! Since 2014.when it first started showing, „The Curse of Oak Island” became one of the most popular shows on the History Channel, with a constantly increasing fan base.

Watching Rick and Marty discovering the Money Pit bit by bit, made fans all around the world completely hooked on this show. Considering all the discoveries in the last five seasons, there is no doubt the sixth one is going to be a spectacle as well. Here are the five reasons why the premiere on 13th of November will find us breathlessly biting nails in front of the screen!

5. The major dig from SE05 has been completed!

Remember the most important and the largest excavation from the last season? It has been finished, which means the fan base is sure to expect something fresh and even bigger in the season to arrive. Maybe the results weren’t exactly as spectacular or as concrete as everybody wished for, but they did have found enough valuable stuff to keep themselves sifting and some additional mysterious items, such as (human?) bones.

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25 Actors Who Should Play James Bond – Who is the Best?

Casting for the new James Bond hasn’t been finished, and it has been delayed. Who might be the next in line for the role of the most famous secret agent? The James Bond franchise is the precious gem of cinema with the long tradition. Are we going to watch the potential return of Daniel Craig or is it the right time for the new actor in the leading role? Curious to see who might be a new MI-6 swagger? Is he going to be your cup of tea? In the list below here are 25 Actors Who Should Play James Bond.

25. Jamie Dornan

This actor was born in Belfast, Ireland, and is also known for his role in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie series. He also got a role in a great historical drama Anthropoid. Jamie is a good looking fellow with beautiful eyes, but is that enough for the iconic character of James Bond?

24. Luke Evans

Born in Aberbargoed, South of Wales, this actor, whom you may know from The Hobbit, Fast and Furious 6, and Beauty and the Beast received classic training. He appears in many London`s West End stage productions.

23. Aidan Turner

Born in Dublin, Ireland, like Luke, he is a classically trained actor too, starring in many theater productions. You may remember him from The Hobbit trilogy; he was playing the dwarf Kili.

22. Danny Dyer


If you are looking for someone that is not worldwide famous, but a capable actor, to pull off the character of James Bond, this is the right choice. Dyer is Brit who can focus on the character, and that is the point and tradition in this movie. We want a star power of Bond, not star power of the actor.

21. Clive Owen

Growing up in Warwickshire, England, this actor is best known for his roles in Children of Men and Inside Man. It would be great to see him as a Bond because over the years he has done some fabulous work on the big screen.

20. Tom Hiddleston

After Thor trilogy and the Avengers movies and his role of Loki, this actor needs no introduction. Hiddleston was born in Westminster, London, and he is the perfect fit for this role because he is a talented and charming fellow.

19. Dan Stevens

This actor you may remember for his role in Downtown Abbey. He has got a wide range of roles, from horror to action drama TV series, which is the proof that he could be the next Bond. You probably may know Stevens from The Guest or Legion.

18. Richard Armitage

You will recognize this actor from the Hobbit trilogy or Ocean`s 8. He`s got that MI6 agent look growing up in Leicester, England.

17. Richard Madden

Everyone knows `king in the North` Robb Stark. Madden hasn`t got many roles on the film, but he is well known for the famous television show Game of Thrones, and he could nail the Bond role.

16. Nicholas Hoult

This actor hit the scene with the Mad Max, and he can bring skills and inbreathe life in Bond on the big screen.

15. Rupert Friend

Born and raised in Oxfordshire, England, combined with his impressive acting skills, he could be the perfect Bond. You will remember him from Homeland, Hitman: Agent 47 and The Young Victoria.

14. Christian Bale

We can agree on this, Batman is a shoe in for the role, with his distinctive acting he can bring the whole new take on the MI6 agent.

13. Benedict Cumberbatch


He was impressive and unbelievable Sherlock and Doctor Strange, with his charm and enormous talent he could be the next great Bond.

12. Kit Harington

We are not so familiar with his role in a movie titled MI-5, but you probably know who is Jon Snow from the series Game of Thrones? We can move this English actor to MI-6, wait and see what will happen.

11. Charlie Cox


Primarily known for his role as Daredevil on Netflix, Cox has done many of roles in TV and TV movies, but the main question is can he pull off James Bond character.

10. Hugh Dancy

You may remember this British actor from Black Hawk Down or King Arthur or his most famous TV show Hannibal. Dancy, with his charm and acting talent, easily can become the most wanted agent.

9. David Oyelowo

This actor is born in Oxford, England and classically trained and graduated at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. You may know him from the movie Selma and his role of Martin Luther King Jr.

8. Jack Reynor

Reynor was born in Colorado but raised in Ireland, and that is the fact which made him a perfect fit for this job. You probably recognize him from the movie Transformers: Age of Extinction.

7. Rebecca Ferguson

Who runs the world? Girls! Is it the right time for a woman to take on the role of James Bond? She is a capable, beautiful young actress well known for her role in Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation and Fallout.

6. Chiwetel Ejiofor

High on our list of potential agents is this guy. He has done tremendous work since the early 90`s. You probably remember him for his role of Mordo in Doctor Strange or Solomon Northrup in 12 Years of Slave.

5. Matt Smith

This is the actor who is the most famous for his role of The Doctor in Doctor Who, and he has got an unknown role in Star Wars: Episode IX.

4. Michael Fassbender


With his acting talent and irresistible charm, this man is a perfect fit for the role of the most famous agent in the world. You will remember him from the X-Men: First Class and Alien: Covenant.

3. Henry Cavill

It would be great to see what the Superman could bring to the MI6 character. You recognize this handsome fellow from the Man of Steel, Batman vs. Superman and Justice League. Cavill already has played in two spy movies- The Man from UNCLE and Mission: Impossible- Fallout.

2. Idris Elba

This actor has denied that he will be the next Bond, but women all over the world can at least dream about it.

1. Tom Hardy

Born in Hammersmith, England, Hardy is perfect for the role. You may remember him from Rocknrolla or Mad Max: Fury Road. At this point in his career, he could play anything you want with his acting eclectic talent, charm and powerful performance.

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