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Shepard said when asked what he and his wife would be up to after the Golden Globes "We have a strict 8 oclock start for game night tonight" Bell added @IMKristenBell and @daxshepard1 in onesies playing Settlers of Catan later tonight Count us in #GoldenGlobes pictwittercom/B6mhFiUx1T Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) January 8 2017 The Settlers of Catan is a multiplayer board game (think Monopoly) where players assume roles of settlers each attempting to build and develop holdings while trading and acquiring resources "If anybody knew what was up theyd all be playing a game night as well" Bell said while Shepard added they will probably be wearing onesies while playing The game might sound innocent enough but Bell quipped that Catan has ruined relationships "It causes riffs its broken friendships" she joked "We fight when we play it" If they do fight it doesnt show The couple whove been married for three years and together for nine recently spent a romantic holiday together at 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team together Reese Wernick and Miller as well as star Ryan Reynolds have fought an uphill battle within the studio system to get the movie made forging themselves into a compact unit Wernick and Reese who also acted as executive producers on the movie remained on board throughout the development and production a rarity in a system that interchanges scribes at high rates Deadpool is an R-rated action comedy based on an irreverent Marvel Comics character who is part of the universe of X-Men heroes to which Fox has the license Reese and Wernicks other credits include Zombieland and GI Joe: Retaliation The duo is repped by WME and Hansen Jacobson This article originally appeared on HollywoodReportercom Contact us at [email protected] Tuesday night police in Ukraine began to storm the protest camp in the center of the capital Kiev using water canons tear gas truncheons and rubber bullets In the course of the day which was the most violent in Ukraine’s post-Soviet history 20 demonstrators were killed reportedly alongside seven members of the security forces But the dilemma now facing the state and the police is far more complicated than clearing a city square filled with thousands of people They also have to dislodge the intricate community of revolutionaries that has taken root there over the past three months In the space of roughly ten city blocks the uprising has established a city within a city a barricaded fortress with its own police force its own economy its own hospitals a parliament a cathedral even a library and most importantly its own political ideals Those cannot be chased away with rubber bullets The revolutionary fortress which is known as the Maidan (the word for "city square") also had its own command structure independent of the political leaders of the revolution who have been trying in vain to negotiate an end to the crisis One of the three overseers of the Maidan known as commandants is Stepan Kubiv a lawmaker in the national parliament for the pro-Western Fatherland party On Tuesday as the government troops surrounded the Maidan and tire fires raged along its perimeter he got on the stage in the center of the square to explain what was at stake "Stand up Ukraine" Kubiv shouted into the microphone "Today the fate of our children and grandchildren is decided The fate of all of us" Then in a hint at the bloodshed likely to ensue by morning he told the armed men guarding what was left of the barricades "Death to the enemies" TIME had met with Kubiv only two weeks earlier at the revolutionary headquarters built inside the occupied House of Trade Unions building which lies at the edge of the square At the time Russia had just begun to exert intense pressure on President Viktor Yanukovych to crush the pro-European rebellion and reaffirm his alliance with Moscow and that pressure seems to have persisted On Feb 7 at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Sochi Yanukovych met with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to discuss the crisis and although the results of those talks were not made public the Ukrainian leader has since ceased his earlier policy of appeasing the protesters and has begun preparing for a stand-off So have protest leaders like Kubiv who has been digging in for an almost indefinite struggle "I am not a politician here" he explained at the end of January "I am an administrator like the mayor of a city" His job he said was to ensure that the Maidan community not only survived but that it remained resilient enough to withstand an assault like the one that began on Tuesday night "We are prepared to stay here as long as needed" he said calmly his hands folded over his round stomach "Two years Three years As long as it takes for our demands to be met" He then rattled off the revolution’s five demands noting the ones that the government had already granted as concessions to the revolutionaries First fire the Prime Minister and the entire cabinet That was granted on Jan 28 Second repeal the anti-protest laws passed in mid-January just before the state made its first bloody attempt to clear the square That attempt failed and the laws were soon repealed Third provide a legal amnesty to all protesters That was also granted though with some preconditions Fourth pass constitutional reforms to strip the President of many of his powers The parliament has been in talks to achieve that for weeks and they were getting close But then came the fifth demand: "Change society" Kubiv said "Turn Ukraine into a European country" How exactly is that In November the revolution began when President Yanukovych refused to sign an integration deal with the EU.
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