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Return Man is a start-up company that offers a 100% guarantee in returning lost or stolen items to their true owners. Pribprao hires Return Man, owned by Yodyuth, to recover her cat. Impressed by his ability to not only return her cat but also enact revenge against her ex who stole it, Pribprao decides to apply to work for the company. While working on their various reclaim missions, she finds herself falling for Yodyuth, but he's blocking off something buried deep within his heart, something he hasn't himself been able to recover. (Source: MyDramaList) Edit Translation




Return Man (2023)



Nixon joined the Packers last offseason on a minimum deal after having spent the previous part of his career in Las Vegas under Rich Bisaccia as a primary special teams player. Presumably, he was going to take on the same role in Green Bay, and the 2022 season again began that way for Nixon, with him seeing most of his playing time as a flier on the punt return unit, where he, along with Rudy Ford, were very good at limiting the return man.


Many will want to bring up Calvin Austin III, but he will just be looking to settle into the team after missing his rookie year. His college experience as a returner is limited to punt duty, all of 29 career college returns.


The Steelers should consider bringing Sims back, but not necessarily for the specific purpose of being the return man. He would provide depth at both wide receiver and in the return game, as he did last year. Both he and Olszewski have similar issues, so it would make sense to allow them to compete for the return job.


What it means: The Dolphins' pass rush rotation should be pretty much set, with Bradley Chubb, Jaelan Phillips, Emmanuel Ogbah, Malik Reed and now van Ginkel -- who had entertained joining another team before ultimately returning to Miami. Van Ginkel is also a consistent contributor on special teams, where he'll most likely have the biggest impact this season.


What's the risk: It's just a one-year deal, so there is no long-term financial risk. Miami does have one of the most dangerous punt returners in the NFL on its roster in wide receiver Tyreek Hill, but has essentially vowed not to use him as a returner. So the risk in this case lies in keeping Hill off the field, but it's one the Dolphins will gladly take if it means preserving the All-Pro's health.


What it means: The Dolphins' starting slot cornerback returns. Needham is versatile and can play both cornerback positions and safety if need be. He's still recovering from a torn Achilles but will compete with last year's rookie standout Kader Kohou for the nickel job in 2023.


What's the risk: Mike Gesicki is presumably not returning to Miami after a sharp decline in usage last season, and the Dolphins do not have a receiving tight end -- Saubert is unproven in that role but is talented after the catch when given the opportunity.


What it means: The Dolphins get their leading rusher back from a season ago. Mostert turned in his healthiest season since 2019 and set a career-high in rushing yards in 2022 with 891. When he signs, he projects as the team's starter for a second straight year. His return also likely means the end of any pursuit of a big-name back via trade, unless the deal is too good to pass up.


Williams did not return any kicks for the Lions in 2022, but he was a dynamic threat on kickoffs while at Alabama. However, it seems unlikely Fipp will get a chance to have Williams as his go-to return man.


In February 2021, Miller revealed that he and Lord were working on the film's screenplay with Callaham and said Peter Ramsey would serve as an executive producer on the sequel after co-directing the first film.[27] That April, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson were announced as co-directors of the sequel alongside Dos Santos, with all three having been working on the project since it started development. Thompson had previously served as production designer on the first film. Additionally, Arad and Steinberg were both confirmed to be returning as producers alongside Lord, Miller, and Pascal, with Alonzo Ruvalcaba co-producing and Aditya Sood, Into the Spider-Verse directors Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman, Rebecca Karch and Brian Michael Bendis joining Ramsey as executive producers.[28] In December, Lord and Miller revealed that the film was being split into two parts, titled Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) and (Part Two), because they had written down the story they wanted to tell for the sequel and realized that it was too much for a single film. Work on both parts was taking place simultaneously.[15] The two sequels were renamed in April 2022, becoming Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse and Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse. Their release dates were shifted then, with Across the Spider-Verse pushed back to June 2, 2023.[8][29][30] Lord and Miller revealed that they told Sony the sequel would be the same size as Into the Spider-Verse, but it ended up having the largest crew of any animated film ever, with around 1,000 people working on it. They added that the film has 240 characters and takes place in six universes.[8]


Plans for a third Ant-Man film were confirmed in November 2019, with Reed and Rudd returning. Loveness was hired by April 2020, with development on the film beginning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The film's title and new cast members were announced in December 2020. Filming in Turkey began in early February 2021, while additional filming occurred in San Francisco in mid-June, ahead of principal photography starting at the end of July at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire and ending in November.


Janet fixes the power core as she, Pym, Hope, and Cassie jump through a portal home, but Kang attacks Scott, nearly beating him into submission. Hope returns, and, together with Scott, they destroy the power core with a combination of Pym Particles and knock Kang into it, consuming him into oblivion. Cassie reopens the portal on her end for Scott and Hope to return home. As Scott happily resumes his life, he begins to rethink what he was told about Kang's death being the start of something terrible happening, but brushes it off.


Ahead of the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), director Peyton Reed said there were elements of that film that leave "a lot to play with" in a potential third film in the franchise. He highlighted the Quantum Realm, which was introduced in Ant-Man (2015) and explored further in Ant-Man and the Wasp; Reed said they were "just dipping our toes into it" for the previous films.[40] Reed added that he and Marvel Studios were hopeful about a third film and had discussed potential story points for such a sequel.[41] In February 2019, Hank Pym actor Michael Douglas confirmed that informal discussions regarding a sequel to Ant-Man and the Wasp had taken place,[42] though by that time Evangeline Lilly had not heard of any plans for her character Hope van Dyne / Wasp following her role in Avengers: Endgame (2019). Lilly stated that "Hope is mid-journey. I don't see her journey as being over by any stretch."[43] That October, Michelle Pfeiffer expressed interest in reprising her role of Janet van Dyne in a sequel,[44] while Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige was asked about the future of Paul Rudd's Scott Lang / Ant-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) following Endgame, and responded that "the chess pieces were arranged very purposefully" at the end of that film, with some taken "off the board" and others, like Ant-Man, "still on [the board, so] you never know".[45] Rudd was asked whether he would be returning to the role, either in a third Ant-Man film or as part of another hero's MCU franchise, and said that both of those options had been discussed.[46]


Reed officially signed on to direct a third Ant-Man film at the start of November 2019. Rudd was set to star as Lang,[6] with Lilly and Douglas also returning.[9] Filming was scheduled to begin in January 2021 with a likely release date in 2022.[47][6] Reed was hired again, despite Marvel's interest in new filmmakers bringing different takes to their heroes for each film, because executives felt he had "a real grasp on the Ant-Man universe and want[ed] to see him return to wrap up his trilogy".[9] Jeff Loveness was hired to write the script for the film during "the early days of Hollywood's shutdown" due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and he had begun working on the screenplay by April 2020. At that point, it was no longer clear when production would begin on the film due to the effects of the pandemic on all film productions.[48] In August 2020, Reed confirmed that development on the film was continuing during the pandemic. He said that Lilly would continue to get equal billing in the film alongside Rudd as she is "a very, very important part" of the partnership between Ant-Man and the Wasp, despite rumors that her role would be reduced following controversial comments about the pandemic. Reed added that the story for the film had been "cracked", though "nothing [was] official yet",[49] and said the third film would be a "bigger, more sprawling movie than the first two [with] a very different visual template".[50] Reed stated they wanted to further explore the Quantum Realm in the film as a "massive world-building undertaking", and compared its design to electron microscope photography, the Heavy Metal magazine issues of the 1970s and 1980s and his favorite science fiction cover artists such as Jean Giraud for fantastical realism.[12] Marvel Studios producer Brian Gay said the film would "feel like a real departure" from the first two Ant-Man films and be a big adventure.[51] Fellow Marvel Studios executive Stephen Broussard was producing the film alongside Feige.[52]


On February 4, 2021, Turkey's Minister of Culture and Tourism Mehmet Ersoy announced that shooting for the film had begun in the country's region of Cappadocia, with the production also set to film in other parts of Turkey.[63] At the beginning of March, Tip "T.I." Harris was revealed to not be returning as his character Dave from the first two Ant-Man films.[64][65] This news came after sexual abuse allegations against Harris and his wife Tameka Cottle arose at the end of February, but Variety reported that this was unrelated and Harris was never set to return for the sequel.[64] In early May 2021, Marvel Studios announced that the film would be released on February 17, 2023.[66] In mid-June, Rudd and Douglas headed to England to prepare for filming.[67][68] Shooting to capture exterior shots and background plates took place at the San Francisco Police Department Central Station in North Beach, San Francisco on June 19 and 20, with filming of the station's interior, the outward view of the building, and downtown San Francisco.[69] In July, Joanna Robinson of Vanity Fair reported that Corey Stoll, who portrayed Darren Cross / Yellowjacket in Ant-Man, would appear in "some shape" for Quantumania.[70] Reed planned to feature comedian Tom Scharpling again in the film, after his cameos in the previous two films were ultimately cut from the theatrical releases; however, the scene in which he would have been featured was cut before it was filmed.[71] 041b061a72


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