Who's The Next James Bond?
Whenever Daniel Craig is done kicking ass as 007, there is a long list of contenders ready to step into James Bond's shoes. Tom Hardy (+225) and Michael Fassbender (+450) are the favorites, however, Idris Elba (+600) could be a wise choice to be the first black Bond.
Next Bond Girl?
Becoming a Bond Girl is a badge of honor and oddsmakers have a solid board of beauties to choose from for the 24th installment of the Bond flicks. Penelope Cruz (+138) is the favorite but starlets like Scarlett Johansson (+1,400) and Blake Lively (+1,600) are presenting great value to lock lips with 007.
Next Bond Villain?
Bond is only as good as his competition and books expect Chiwetel Ejiofor (+300) to be the next one to butt heads with 007, with Ken Watanabe (+800) coming in as a close second choice. Why not have a bad-ass beauty like Salma Hayek (+3,300) go head-to-head with Bond next?
Highest All-Time World Wide Gross
The Avengers raked in $1,518,594,910 world wide and will likely give that total a run for its money with Avengers: Age of Ultron next summer. However, DC Comics' superhero team - The Justice League - is scheduled to hit the big screen in 2018. Seems like a long time to wait to see which movie make the most money.
Date Of Wonder Woman Solo Film Release
Moviegoers will get their first taste of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in the upcoming Superman vs. Batman movie but will likely have to wait until at least 2018 to see a Wonder Woman solo picture. Before 2018 is priced at +400, between 2019 and 2020 is EVEN, and 2021 or later is set as a -120 favorite.
Who Will Dwayne Johnson Play?
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is rumored to be set for a role in the new Justice League movie, but just who will he play? Martian Manhunter (+225), Darkseid (+250), and Black Adam (+350) are the front-running roles, according to oddsmakers.
Star Wars Episode VII Title
The cast has been announced for J.J. Abrams' swing at Star Wars Episode VII (sorry, it doesn't include these lovely ladies), but what will the next installment be titled? A New Dawn (+300), Return of the Sith (+400), and Rise of the Sith (+500) are the most popular options.
Who Will Be Killed Off in Episode VII
Rumors have it that a beloved original cast member could bite the biscuit in Star Wars Episode VII. Seeing that Harrison Ford (-120) is lined up to play a big part in the next trilogy, the value could be with Leia (+110) or Luke (+250).
12/22/2014 4:47:00 PM
Santa's Little Helpers: NFL Christmas Cheerleaders
NFL cheerleading squads are getting into the holiday spirit and so are we. We showcase the hottest NFL cheer squads in their Xmas best - which is naughty and nice at the same time - as we head into the final week of the regular season. Happy Holidays!
9/25/2014 11:16:00 AM
Can bettors blame their losing wagers on these red-hot WAGs?
Green Bay Packers fans are blaming Aaron Rodgers' gal pal Olivia Munn for the Cheeseheads' slow start to the season. Here's a look at some other wives and girlfriends that may have busted your bets in recent years.
7/16/2014 12:36:00 PM
Derek Jeter: Ghosts of girlfriends past slideshow
Earlier this year, ESPN's SportsNation unveiled a great graphic of Derek Jeter's Dating Diamond, featuring some of the legend's amazing lineup of past girlfriends. Following the Captain's final All-Star appearance Tuesday evening, we thought we'd throw together a slide show featuring his exes. Respect indeed.
5/8/2014 11:43:00 AM
FHM Sexiest Woman In The World 2015 Prop Odds
FHM just named actress Jennifer Lawrence the "Sexiest Woman in the World" for 2014 and already the good folks at PaddyPower.com have odds out on 2015's SWIW field. We look at the odds on which beauty will beat them all next year.
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How do you go about basing your Over/Under picks in the NHL (or in any sport for that matter?). Do you look for a team that’s currently red hot offensively and simply bet the OVER? Do you automatically assume a total will go UNDER the number because a team has done well defensively of late? Those of course are the most obvious factors to base a “totals” play on, and while “recent performance” does play a role in my selection process, it’s certainly not the only set of criteria that I use. Anyone that’s followed me for any lengthy of time knows that I am primarily a “situational” handicapper at heart, but that I don’t follow any one particular methodology religiously and that I believe remaining “flexible” at all times is the best way to approach a contest. Being a situtational handicapper allows you to take the “players” out of the equation a lot of the time, and for me that’s definitely the case for the most part, it rarely matters who is playing and who isn’t in my process (unless of course it’s a Top 5 player like LeBron James or Tom Brady etc). It’s not a big secret in that I base my Over/Under picks on “lop sided” trends and numbers and in this case, each team has played to the UNDER a few times coming into this one, switching the value to the higher number in my opinion. While the Pens opened the second half with a 5-3 win over Winnipeg, they’d then revert and fall 4-0 the following night to Washington; Pittsburgh has seen the total dip below the posted number in three of its last four. New Jersey came out of the break with a low-scoring 2-1 win over Toronto, after playing to three straight OVERs to end the first half. However take note that of the three games these teams have already played against each other this season, two of of them have dipped below the posted number, including in the last two straight. I’ll be the first to admit that the “Law Of Averages” is flawed in many ways, but I have always felt that “lopsided” numbers and trends have a way of naturally “correcting” themselves over the short, mid and long term. I think there are enough factors working in our favor here to pull the trigger on the OVER.
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