Why Does Tony Stark Call Her Daughter Maguna?

As no story behind the name has been shown in the movie, it is safe to assume that it was just a cute nickname Tony and Pepper gave their daughter out of affection.
Another interpretation could be that Maguna signifies the way small Morgan pronounced her name when she was learning to talk, although viewers never got to see her during her toddler years.

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Was The Superman Show Of Cuba in Godfather II (1974) A Real Show?

Yes, the movie Godfather II fictionalized a real-life Cuban show and the Cuban entertainer, known as “Superman” was the name given to a male stage performer who appeared in various nightclubs and casinos from the late 40s until Fidel Castro came to power. Superman was a live performer who is also believed to have done private sex shows for the affluent. He was one of the main attractions of Cuba. From Fredo’s comments, we are safe to infer that he had been given this nickname because of his prodigious endowments (which obviously the screen audience never sees). 

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Why Did Lord Baelish Betray Eddard Stark in Game of Thrones Season 1?

To simply answer the question, Petyr Baelish wanted one thing: power. He was born to a minor lord with nominal holdings, so he knew that he couldn’t possibly ever rule in name, but he wanted to be the real power behind the throne. For this to happen, he needed on the throne a king whom he could control. Therefore, after Robert Baratheon’s death, Baelish planned to back Joffrey’s claim to the throne and isolate him from his mother (and the Lannisters), with Ned Stark

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Was Rorschach’s Pagliacci Joke A Real Joke?

Yes, the Pagliacci joke in Watchmen is not only a real-life joke but also has old roots. This joke has been attached to a variety of clowns since its inception. 

The Joseph Grimaldi Version Of The Pagliacci Joke

The Pagliacci joke is a famous “sad clown” story, sometimes told as a joke. Here is the well-known version, told of the comedian Joseph Grimaldi, which predates Watchmen. Joseph Grimaldi, the father of modern clowning, is said to have felt his work so keenly that as soon as his performance got over, he retired to a corner and wept profusely.

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Who is Simon Jacques as referred to in Shadowhunters S3E1?

Simon Jacques was a Montreal-based VFX (Visual Effects) artist who worked in 3D and post-production. According to the information provided by one of his schoolmates, Simon Jacques was born and brought up in Montreal, Canada, and learned to become a VFX artist. He went to ATM of Cégep de Jonquière to study post-production.Simon Jacques was among the most talented and persevering students at the school. 

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