[TECH] The Future of Transporation (watch this before you buy your next car)

Very well done and intriguing presentation on the future of transportation. I knew about some of... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Past Expiry]
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To All the Boys‘ Jordan Fisher Is Redefining What It Means to Be a Teen Heartthrob

There are many reasons you might be familiar with Jordan Fisher. Gen Z-ers might remember him from Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie and Teen Beach Movie . Broadway fans know him for his role as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton in Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s hit musical Hamilton, and for appearing in Grease Live! and Rent: Live. Nearly two million video gamers have watched him stream Fortnite with the gaming platform Twitch, and audiences watched him sparkle and shimmy his way to victory on Danc...
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Bofuri Episode 6 Impression

On this episode, Maple gets a house and forms her guild. Later, the guild does some activities together and recruits more members. So it was nice to see Maple get a house and form a guild with Sally. Also, the guild action is pretty cool and along with the member recruitment. Other than that, I'm starting to think Kuromu is going to have a harem since he's the only male character in the guild. Now what's going to be the next plot? I'll be looking forward to it. Overall, nice guild development an...
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Kevin Bacon Could Be In Mortal Danger In His New Podcast

Friendship? Revenge?? FOOTLOOSE?! Buckle up, this wild ride starts Feb. 17 He's coming for you, @kevinbacon Check out the video for #TheLastDegreeOfKevinBacon, and listen to the podcast February 17, only on Spotify. pic.twitter.com/bxFviWXGMP— Spotify (@Spotify) February 12, 2020 You love Kevin Bacon, I love Kevin Bacon, who doesn’t love Kevin Bacon? I’ll tell you who. Randy Beslow. Never heard of him, right? Well, there’s a reason for that, and its name is Kevin Bacon. Se...
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The trailer for Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch

Apparently, Wes Anderson drew from for his new film!?! I can't wait.Some related links:---Wes Anderson's References---a sequence analysis of Moonrise Kingdom---Wes Anderson / / From Above [Author: The Film Doctor ]
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Beware the Creeper #6 - partially mis-attributed Steve Ditko art

Beware the Creeper v1 #6, 1969 - This final issue of the series is also the most disappointing. Comic book guides attribute the story art to Steve Ditko, though his involvement is questionable. I first thought Mike Peppe contributed pencils, but others have pointed out sources crediting Jack Sparling. Still, semblances of Ditko's handiwork appears on pages 7-11 (pencils, layouts or both?). This [Author: Unknown]
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Superhero Bits: ‘Morbius’ Rumors Connect to ‘Venom 2’ and ‘Spider-Man 3’, ‘Ms. Marvel’ Rumors & More

What obscure reference to Harley Quinn‘s origin is in Birds of Prey? What other characters could be introduced in the Ms. Marvel series on Disney+? What was the original name for Birds of Prey? How will Morbius supposedly connect to both Venom 2 and Spider-Man 3? Will Black Adam and Shazam 2 shoot simultaneously this summer? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow gets pretty elegant with the upcoming season five episode “A Head of Her Time.” An obscur...
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Stance Change

Elliot isn't doing himself any favors
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Aladdin Sequel Officially Ordered by Disney

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Disney officially orders Aladdin sequel Though it received a mixed reception from critics, audiences seemed to connect with Disney’s live-action adaptation of Aladdin, pushing it to over $1 billion at the global box office, and the House of Mouse is following the money as they have officially greenlit a sequel, according to Variety. RELATED: Disney ‘Certainly Talking’ About an Aladdin Sequel Talks have been underway for a sequel since August ’19, a few months after the...
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‘The Baccarat Machine’ Will Make Awkwafina the World’s Most Successful Female Gambler

Awkwafina is ready to make a fortune as The Baccarat Machine. The Farewell actress is set to star in a film based on the true story of Cheung Yin “Kelly” Sun, the most successful female gambler in history. Sun’s talent for baccarat helped her score tens of millions in less than a year with the help of legendary poker player Phil Ivey. The film comes from SK Global, the folks behind Crazy Rich Asians.  The Wrap reports that Awkwafina will star in The Baccarat Machine, based on “the true story...
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Superman to Play Sherlock Holmes

Poor Henry Cavill – he’s going to be known as Superman the rest of his life. And I’m not helping. They’re making an Enola Holmes movie, inspired by the six-volume young adult book series by Nancy Springer in which the pre-teen sister of Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes runs away and solves mysteries. I’m familiar with it because IDW has been putting out graphic novel adaptations; The Case of the Missing Marquess and The Case of the Left-Handed Lady have been [...]
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Theme Park Bits: FastPass+ for Mickey and Minnie, Give The Carousel of Progress a Hand, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway is getting FastPass+. A Disney ride got an unexpected…amputation of sorts. And more! Thanks to a well-known Super Bowl halftime performance, we all know about the phrase “wardrobe malfunction”. Such malfunctions can even befall the best and most dedicated performers at the Walt Disney World Resort. No, I’m not talking about…y’know, a living, breathing human. I am instead referring to one of the Audio-Animatronic charac...
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Top 10 Heroes Who Never Give Up

Voters of this latest ranking have pondered the subject of heroes who never give up and are mentally formidable, characters that earn the adoration of readers with their unrivaled persistence and iron will – resulting in a panoply of fiercely determined protagonists populating the list. 1. Kankichi Ryotsu (Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen-mae Hashutsujo) 2. Son […]
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WATCH: Who gets what when it comes to lead distribution?

Industry experts discussed at ICNY whether team leaders should feed leads to their team members or teach them how to fish by training them to prospect.
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Cupid’s Arrows Returns Today

I’m a huge fan of just about everything Thom Zahler has done, because he’s put out a number of entertaining romance comics with fantasy overtones, including Love and Capes (a superhero sitcom where someone-like-Superman marries and settles down with his girlfriend), Warning Label (a game developer finds love in spite of being cursed), and my favorite, Time and Vine (a winery can send you back in time). So I was thrilled to hear that his webcomic, Cupid’s Arrows, has returned [...]
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‘The Call of the Wild’ Clip: Harrison Ford Befriends a Cartoon Dog

The Call of the Wild looks like a perfectly nice movie. Harrison Ford grew a beard and signed up to make a family film, which is surprising, since he seems like he’d rather…not do that sort of thing. But here he is, starring in Call of the Wild as John Thornton, who sets off on an adventure with a big dog named Buck. Buck is the real star of this movie, and he’s also completely digitally animated, which is just a little weird. Watch a new Call of the Wild clip below, where Harrison Ford meets B...
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‘Wolf’ Movie Adds ‘1917’ Star George MacKay and Lily-Rose Depp

1917 breakout George MacKay and Yoga Hosers star Lily-Rose Depp have joined the cast of Wolf, a new genre pic about a group of young people who think they’re wild animals, and one character in particular who thinks he’s a wolf. It’s probably a good idea to not confuse this film with Mike Nichols’ low-energy movie Wolf from 1994, where Jack Nicholson basically played himself, but as a werewolf. George MacKay, who was pretty damn good in 1917, is ready to bark at the moon in Wolf, a new UK gen...
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Pedro Almodóvar’s First English-Language Project is a Short Film Starring Tilda Swinton

The power of Tilda Swinton can convince many an international director to make the foray into English-language features. Swinton has partnered with Bong Joon-ho and Luca Guadagnino in English-language projects, and now she has worked her ethereal magic on Pedro Almodóvar, who will make his first English-language project in his 46-year career with a short film starring the actress and a dog. The Pain and Glory director is preparing to make his first English-language feature following the short f...
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Automatic Rent Payments Save Everyone Money

As a landlord, monthly rent payments can make or break the profitability of your investment. On the flip side, a monthly rent payment accounts for quite a large portion of any renter’s income. With rental markets tightening across the country, renters need to find rental properties that meet their needs and their budgets, and landlords need to find reliable tenants who can pay rent on time and in full.  Automatic clearing house payments (ACH) – most commonly collected through online rent pa...
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Redfin and Opendoor expand their partnership

The two tech-oriented real estate companies announced Wednesday that their partnership is moving into nine new cities.
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‘El Camino’ Behind the Scenes Featurette: Inside the ‘Breaking Bad’ Reunion With Bryan Cranston

AMC has been playing a marathon of Breaking Bad in preparation for the on-air debut of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie this Sunday, but nothing hits that nostalgia harder than Bryan Cranston in a bald cap, warmly talking about reuniting with his longtime co-star Aaron Paul. Netflix has released a new El Camino featurette ahead of the film’s AMC debut, which comes four months after the Breaking Bad movie premiered on the streaming service in October. The featurette goes behind-the-scenes into ho...
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Review: Les Miserables

— by RON WILKINSON — This heavily updated version of Victor Hugo’s classic adds timely touches of tragedy. Set in today’s Montfermeil suburb of Paris, the social estate called “les Bosquets” is home to multinationals starting a new life in France. North African, Middle Eastern, and Roma come looking for a future without death at […]
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Redfin CEO: ‘Intense season of bidding wars’ on the horizon

Glenn Kelman said Wednesday that supply shortages, once limited to places like San Francisco, have spread. And that means competition for homes will be intense this yea
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Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme VS. Maxiboost ON Has 183 Playable Mecha

Mecha lovers looking for a new mecha-themed title to check out might wish to contemplate purchasing Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme VS. Maxiboost ON, as the brawler game contains 183 playable mecha units from all across the Gundam franchise, an absolute paradise for any Gundam fanboy. A new trailer that has two producers from Bandai Namco […]
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‘Gangs of London’ Trailer: A Bone-Crunching New Crime Series From ‘The Raid’ Director Gareth Evans

The Raid director Gareth Evans is bringing his talent for show-stopping action to TV. Evans created and co-directs (along with Corin Hardy and Xavier Gens) the series Gangs of London, in which several gangs end up going to war with each other following the death of a crime organization figurehead. There’s a new Gangs of London trailer to watch below, and it’s loaded with the type of visceral action we’ve come to expect from Evans. Gangs of London Trailer Gareth Evans is back in action m...
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Project xCloud vs. Nvidia GeForce Now: Here’s how they compare

Two of the biggest game-streaming services are Nvidia GeForce Now and Project xCloud. Here is what we know.
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This Batman producer reveals why Joker actors win Oscars

Michael Uslan can clearly see himself on a bench outside the offices of Columbia Pictures on the day of darkest despair for him and the Batman. It’s the early ’80s, and he and his producing partner Ben Melnicker had just run out of studios to pitch on Uslan’s dream of a new kind of Batman movie, one where Batman was a darker, more serious character than the campy caped crusader he’d been on TV in the ’60s (and at times in the comic books, too). “I had my head between my legs at this point — this...
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‘I Was at Home, but …’ Review: In Grief, What Dreams May Come

A woman mourns in this German movie filled with narrative ellipses, visual beauty and a pervasive sense of melancholy.
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‘And Then There Were None’: New Agatha Christie Remake to Be Written By ‘Seberg’ Writers

The old-fashioned murder mystery is back in style, and Hollywood is striking while the iron is hot. 20th Century Studios is developing a remake of acclaimed mystery author Agatha Christie’s classic novel And Then There Were None, and the studio has hired the husband and wife team of Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse, the writers of the Kristen Stewart drama Seberg, to write the new version. Deadline reports that Waterhouse and Shrapnel (what cool names!) to adapt Christie’s book, which was or...
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