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Lisa Moretti as Tina Ferrari in GLOW (left) and as Ivory in the WWE. (Screengrab/Postmedia File Photo)

Catching up with GLOW wrestlers from yore

While Netflix's GLOW portrays a fictionalized version of the famed `80s all women's wrestling promotion, the actual Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling company spawned a number of successful alumni. Three notable GLOW grapplers include:

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'Transformers: The Last Knight' a disaster

Transformers: The Last Knight is an incomprehensible pile of scrap. Luckily, there’s an upside — you’ll forget every single stupid frame of this thing the moment you walk out of the theatre.

Queen Madge is always evolving and whoever takes on the role of portraying her is going to need to be chameleon-like.

Who to play Madonna in biopic?

Madonna was a mere 20 years old in 1978 when she moved from her native Bay City, Mich., to New York City with reportedly just $35 in her pocket.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

'Wonder Woman' is DC's first great superhero film

After sputtering off the starting line, Wonder Woman is – finally – the superhero film DC fans have been waiting for since the entertainment company kick-started its cinematic universe with 2013’s Man of Steel.

A man walks past a poster promoting the movie, Wonder Woman, at a cinema in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, May 30, 2017. Lebanon's ministry of economy says it has asked the country's security agency to ban the movie because its lead actress, Gal Gadot, is an Israeli. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

'Wonder Woman' movie ban sought in Lebanon

Lebanon’s ministry of economy is seeking to ban the 2017 Wonder Woman movie because its lead actress — Gal Gadot — is an Israeli, though a formal request for a ban has not yet been received, a Lebanese security official said Tuesday.

Connie Nielson, Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine attend Build Presents The Cast Of "Wonder Woman" at Build Studio on May 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

'Wonder Woman' London premiere scrapped

Film bosses at Warner Bros. have scrapped their promotional plans for Wonder Woman in London in the wake of the deadly bomb blast in Manchester that cost 22 people their lives.