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  1. Fandom (formerly known as Wikicities before 2007 and later Wikia) is a wiki hosting service which hosts wikis mainly on entertainment topics (i.e. video games, TV series, movies, entertainers, etc.). Its domain is operated by Fandom, Inc. (formerly known as Wikia, Inc. until 2019), a for-profit Delaware company founded in October 2004 by Jimmy ...

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    The entertainment site where fans come first. Your daily source for all things TV, movies, and games, including Star Wars, Fallout, Marvel, DC and more.

  3. Predator: Concrete Jungle is a 2005 third-person action-adventure video game developed by Eurocom and published by Sierra Entertainment and Vivendi Universal Games for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. In the game, the player controls a disgraced Predator who travels to the futuristic city of Neonopolis intending to regain his honor by killing the humans who stole and exploited his technology. The ...

  4. www.ThomasAndFriends.com (previous URLs: www.ThomasTheTankEngine.com and www.ThomasTheTankEngineAndFriends.com) is the official website of Thomas & Friends. The English website was launched in 1996 by The Britt Allcroft Company. The first version of the site was created by NetSite Productions Limited. Around 2004, HiT Entertainment had also launched official Thomas & Friends websites in other ...

  5. This is a Japanese name; the family name is Uruha. Uruha Rushia (潤羽るしあ) was a female Japanese Virtual YouTuber associated with hololive, debuting as part of its third generation of VTubers under the name of "hololive Fantasy" (ホロライブファンタジー) alongside Usada Pekora, Shiranui Flare, Shirogane Noel and Houshou Marine. At the time of her retirement in February 2022 ...

  6. Elmopalooza is a one-hour TV special that aired on ABC on February 20, 1998. Jon Stewart plans to host a music special at Radio City Music Hall to celebrate Sesame Street’s 30th anniversary. Jon and the show's crew, including producer Prairie Dawn, are in a dressing room getting ready for the show. Elmo visits them before the show starts and then leaves, shutting the door before Jon can tell ...

  7. Pokémon is a role-playing video game franchise developed by Game Freak, and published by Nintendo. The entire media franchise is managed by The Pokémon Company, a company founded by Game Freak, Nintendo, and Creatures Inc. The first video game released in 1996 in Japan, for the Game Boy. The franchise centers on creatures called Pokémon, which can be captured and trained by humans, known as ...

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