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This PSP has its own version of the “notch”

With ever-expanding screens on phones and disappearing earpieces and home buttons, it only makes sense that you’d see that trend everywhere else. TVs are all screen and no bezel too, and Huawei’s laptop is exploring a similar path too. So it makes sense that the PSP (should Sony choose to release a new version) would do something on the same lines. Yonghwan Kim’s vision for the PSP may, in that regard, be a little too drastic, but it sure looks interesting. Here’s a couple of reasons why it woul...
Tags: Gadgets, Games, Design, Playstation, 2018, Sony, Nice, Huawei, Portable, Product Design, PSP, Yonghwan Kim


Daily Sudoku: Fri 20-Apr-2018


Tags: Games


See How Steven Spielberg Used Real VR Headsets to Make ‘Ready Player One’

A majority of Steven Spielberg‘s latest blockbuster Ready Player One takes place in the virtual world of The OASIS. In 2045, people escape the crowded, seemingly mundane real world to explore and play in this virtual world where they can be anyone and do anything. The only way to enter this world is by way of virtual reality headsets, some more complex and sophisticated than others. But VR headsets aren’t just a sci-fi gadget of the future, and the real VR headsets on the market right now turne...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Htc, Mark Rylance, Spielberg, Steven-Spielberg, Warner Brothers, Htc Vive, Video Clips, Ready Player One, Don, Wade, Action/Adventure, Behind the Scenes Footage, Tye Sheridan Olivia Cooke, Nolan Sorrento Ben Mendelsohn


Netflix is Importing Even More New Original International Shows

Netflix is upping its global footprint. In the wake of the huge success of foreign shows like Babylon Berlin, the streaming service has ordered seven original Netflix international shows, two documentaries, and one feature film. That’s a whopping 10 new international projects, which means you’re going to have to get used to reading subtitles. The Netflix content machine is still forging ahead nonstop, adding 10 new European projects to its infinite well of content — well, not infinite, but i...
Tags: UK, Television, Downton Abbey, Movies, Documentary, France, Germany, Spain, Netflix, Italy, Idris Elba, Julian Fellowes, Ted Sarandos, Kathleen, Michael Peterson, Babylon Berlin


Amazon Developing ‘Transhuman’ and ‘East of West’ TV Shows Based On Jonathan Hickman’s Comics

Amazon is continuing its streak of devoting serious resources to produce highly ambitious genre television shows. The company is now developing writer Jonathan Hickman‘s comics Transhuman and East of West into shows for its streaming service, and The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman will executive produce both shows for his Skybound Entertainment. Learn more about Transhuman and East of West below. Transhuman After dropping a frankly ludicrous sum of money for the rights to produce a Lor...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Television, Movies, Walking Dead, Sci-fi, America, Adaptation, Jeff Bezos, Hickman, Amazon Netflix, Robert Kirkman, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Jacob Hall, Transhuman


Online Casinos Launch Next Big Innovation: Movie Tie-in Games

In the wide world of casino gaming, there’s only one thing that really matters: getting people to have as much fun as possible. In a physical casino, that means cheap drinks, welcoming staff and everything you need to have a good time. Online though? Things are a little different. We live in a world of instant distraction and, for those companies operating online casinos, the challenge isn’t just getting customers to visit, it’s getting them to stay and come back, time after time. Over the year...
Tags: Games, Entertainment, Batman, Betfair, King Kong, Justice Top Gun Gladiator Justice League, Kong Pink


Studio Ghibli BLURAY Re-Releases - Same Great Movies / New Lower Prices!

We've finished building out the new Studio Ghibli Anime Re-Releases on BLURAY. These are the same great movie previously released, just at new lower price levels! Yeah!Nausicaa Valley of the Wind DVD/BLURAY Combo SetLaputa Castle in the Sky DVD/BD Combo SetKikis Delivery Service DVD/BLURAY Combo SetThe Cat Returns DVD/BLURAY Combo SetWhisper Of The Heart DVD/BD Combo SetPrincess Mononoke DVD/BLURAY Combo SetMy Neighbor Totoro BLURAY / DVD Combo SetHowl's Moving Castle BLURAY / DVD Combo SetPony...
Tags: Anime, Robert, Price Reductions


Data is Better if You Know What it Means

This cartoon came from a scrap of paper on which I’d drawn a graph and then scribbled something underneath in the middle of the night. In the dark. Without my glasses. So, needless to say, I couldn’t read what it said or remember what the joke was the next morning. The funny part is, after a good deal of racking my brain, that very situation actually inspired the caption for this cartoon. Maybe I should write more captions in the middle of the night. This article, "Data is Better if You Know Wh...
Tags: Sales, Humor


Michael C. Hall in Netflix’s Safe Season 1 Trailer

Michael C. Hall in Netflix’s Safe Season 1 trailer Netflix has revealed the first trailer for Season 1 of Safe, their new crime thriller series starring Michael C. Hall of Dexter fame. Check out Netflix’s Safe Season 1 trailer below, and check out all eight episodes of the series when it arrives on the streaming service on May 10! After his teenage daughter goes missing, widowed surgeon Tom Delaney (Michael C. Hall) begins unearthing dark secrets about the people closest to him in a wealthy g...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Michael C. Hall, Harlan Coben, TV Premiere Dates, Netflix Original Series, Myron Bolitar, Laila Rouass, Tom Delaney Michael C Hall, Danny Brocklehurst


Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde in Full UK Trailer for 'The Happy Prince'

"I can make you happy." "Yes, you can." Lionsgate UK has released the trailer for Rupert Everett's film The Happy Prince, which he not only wrote and directed (and produced), but he also stars in it. Everett plays the infamous, talented writer Oscar Wilde, who was exiled from London at the end of the 1800s after it was discovered that he is gay. He spends most of his time in Paris, drunkenly making a fool of himself. The film's cast includes Colin Firth, Emily Watson, Colin Morgan, Edwin Tho...
Tags: London, Movies, Trailer, Rupert Everett, Paris, Oscar Wilde, Everett, Indies, Berlinale, To Watch, Lionsgate UK, Anna Chancellor


Daily Monster Sudoku: Sat 21-Apr-2018


Tags: Games


Uh Oh! Oprah Winfrey Accused of Stealing ‘Greenleaf’ Concept…

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey is being accused of stealing the concept of one of OWN Network’s most popular shows. A screenwriter and a pastor have filed a lawsuit claiming that OWN’s ‘Greenleaf’, the story of a powerful family and their megachurch, was spawned by her pitch to the network years ago. Details below… (more…) Related Posts Tyler Perry Leaving Oprah’s OWN Network for BET/Viacom Deal… OWN & BET Both Pass on ‘Underground’ + Oprah Explains Why…Talk Show Bunion Battle: Wendy Willi...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Atlanta, Wendy Williams, Oprah Winfrey, Oprah, Tyler Perry, Winfrey, Greenleaf, Atlanta Gossip, Own Network, BET Viacom


Michelle Yeoh and Selina Lo Join Joe Carnahan’s Boss Level

Michelle Yeoh and Selina Lo join the cast of action thriller Boss Level Variety reported today that actresses Michelle Yeoh and Selina Lo have joined Mel Gibson and Frank Grillo in Joe Carnahan’s action thriller Boss Level. Specifics surrounding their roles have not been disclosed, but Yeoh will be in a key supporting role. Michelle Yeoh is most known for her work in the award-winning Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and playing a Bond girl in Tomorrow Never Dies. She will next appear in the mu...
Tags: Movies, Atlanta, Bbc, Mel Gibson, Michelle Yeoh, Jesse Johnson, Carnahan, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Grillo, Scott Free, Frank Grillo, Movie News, Casting News, Joe Carnahan, War Party, Randall Emmett


Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ and More Added to Cannes 2018 Lineup

The Cannes 2018 lineup is growing. A few days following the initial announcement comes word that Terry Gilliam‘s long-delayed The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, Lars von Trier‘s The House That Jack Built and more are coming to the prestigious film festival. The Cannes lineup has added some exciting new films (though, sorry, none of them are from Netflix). Perhaps the biggest is Terry Gilliam’s long-delayed The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which is now the festival’s closing film. Gilliam has bee...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, France, Netflix, Lars-von-Trier, Terry-gilliam, Hitler, Whitney Houston, Whitney, Terrence Malick, Cannes, Michael Shannon, Michael B Jordan, Don Quixote, Kevin Macdonald, Antichrist


12 Minute Video Explores American Myths & THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES

New video looks at how Andrew Dominik's western relates to American myth-making. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, Jesse James, TheMovieWaffler.com, Andrew Dominik


Star Wars Bits: Mark Hamill Opens Up, ‘Solo’ Moves Ever Closer, and EA Apologizes For Battlefront II

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Mark Hamill shares a lot of feelings about a lot of things Ron Howard wants people to know the truth about Alden Ehrenreich and and Han Solo Return of the Battlefront II loot box Saga Rumors abound about the fate of Yoda in Episode IX And much more… Check out Val, Therm Scissorpunch, and Moloch! #soloastarwarsstory #starwars A post shared by Jason Ward (@makingstarwars) on Apr 2, 2018 at 11:24am PDT Therm Scissorpunch has already become a fa...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, EA, Carrie Fisher, Sequels, Cannes film festival, Lucasfilm, Mark Hamill, Ron Howard, Cannes, Leia, Yoda, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, Kylo Ren, Radio Times


Three-Episode Test: Uncle Yo's Spring 2018

Welcome to the Three Episode Test, where Ani-Gamers contributors give you the low-down on what they're watching (or not) from the current simulcast season and why. Persona 5: the Animation Streaming on Crunchyroll Gut reactions: “This isn’t working for me,”  or  “This isn’t working for me.” Having just finished Persona 5 (my first Persona ever) about two weeks ago, I was ready to break out, fight the power, and hangout with my Japanese Breakfast Club. What could go wrong with a J-...
Tags: Netflix, Anime, Persona, Saki, Uncle Yo, Dances with the Dragons, Magical Girl Ore, Three-Episode Test, Gigina


IT’s Sophia Lillis to Star in Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase

IT’s Sophia Lillis to star in Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase Deadline is reporting that Sophia Lillis, the young star of last year’s blockbuster IT, has been tapped by Warner Bros. to headline their potential franchise starter Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase. Based on the second of 175 books in the “Nancy Drew” series published since 1930, Lillis will portray the tireless title sleuth as she investigates a potentially haunted house and a missing landowner. Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Kleem...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, Abc, Star, Wendy Williams, Warner Bros, Emma Roberts, Doubt, Nancy, Nancy Drew, Drew, Bess, Edward Stratemeyer, CBS TV Studios, Movie News, Carolyn Keene


Saturday April 21st, 2018: Cartoon #4215


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/Film Does the #FilmStruck4: Here are the Four Movies That Define Us

If you follow filmmakers and film critics on social media, you’ve probably already encountered the #FilmStruck4. Initiated by Filmstruck, the streaming service dedicated to classic and arthouse films, the hashtag challenges you to pick the four films that “define” you. And now everyone is chiming in. So the /Film staff decided to participate as well, but do so on a slightly larger scale. We have all come together to share the four movies that “define” us. Specifically, we’re sharing the four mo...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Paris, Bill Murray, Ghostbusters, Lucasfilm, Celine, Audrey Hepburn, George Lucas, Jean Cocteau, Joel, Jesse, Tiffany, Clementine, Gregory Peck


New Release Review - WILDLING

Held captive all her life, a freed teen begins to change... Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, TheMovieWaffler.com


‘Cargo’ Review: Martin Freeman’s Zombie Drama Outdoes ‘The Walking Dead’ [Tribeca]

Netflix’s “zom-dram” Cargo – what’s essentially an Australian The Walking Dead spinoff – boasts far more inspiration from survival instincts over typical rotter squashing. No tactical military platoons, just a father and child fighting against outbreak paranoia. Supplies are scarce, native tribes echo ritualistic thinking and do I detect a hint of anti-fracking commentary? Man’s mutilation of Mother Nature pits industrial complexes against respect for cavernous and magnificent brushlands in thi...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Horror, Features, Netflix, Movie Reviews, Martin Freeman, George Romero, Cargo, Andy, Tribeca, Rosie, Kay, Freeman, Rick, Judith


‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ is an Intimate Drama About Cycles of Abuse…With a Talking Space Raccoon

(Welcome to Road to Infinity War, a new series where we revisit the first 18 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask “How did we get here?” In this edition: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 beautifully blends sci-fi craziness with an examination of anger, pain, and cycles of abuse.) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is oodles of fun, but it spends its first few scenes articulating a thoughtful mission statement. Its prologue, set 34 years in the past, features a budding romance later reveal...
Tags: Movies, Features, Bradley Cooper, Rocket, Thor, Marvel Studios, Ego, Kurt Russell, Peter, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, Imperial, Odin, Raccoon, Michael Rooker, Comic Book/Superhero


Arrow Episode 6.20 Photos: Shifting Allegiances

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Arrow episode 6.20 photos: Shifting Allegiances The CW has released the first batch of promo photos for Arrow Episode 6.20, the all-new episode that arrives this Thursday. Check them out in the gallery below! RELATED: Oliver and Diaz Go Toe-to-Toe for Control of Star City in New Arrow Promo Titled “Shifting Allegiances” and set to air April 26, the episode is officially described as follows: “RENE RETURNS TO NTA – Oliver (Stephen Amell) turns to an old friend to help battl...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Cw, Arrow, Oliver, Stephen Amell, Diaz, Rene, Joe Wilson, Deathstroke, Oliver Stephen Amell, ComingSoon, TV Premiere Dates, Felicity Smoak John Barrowman, Malcom Merlyn


SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF HOW I MET SHERLOCK HOLMES

archive - - sexy exciting merchandise - search - about ← previous April 20th, 2018 next April 20th, 2018: GUESS WHAT I HAVE A NEW BOOK!! It's coming out this September and it's called HOW TO INVENT EVERYTHING and I really hope you like it! – Ryan
Tags: Comics, Sherlock Holmes


Oliver and Diaz Go Toe-to-Toe for Control of Star City in New Arrow Promo

Oliver and Diaz go toe-to-toe for control of Star City in new Arrow promo Following last night’s new episode, The CW has released the first promo for Arrow Episode 6.20 which you can watch in the player below. Titled “Shifting Allegiances” and set to air April 26, the episode is officially described as follows: “RENE RETURNS TO NTA – Oliver (Stephen Amell) turns to an old friend to help battle Diaz (guest star Kirk Acevedo). Meanwhile, Rene (Rick Gonzalez) is out of the hospital but has a har...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Cw, Arrow, Oliver, Stephen Amell, Diaz, Rene, Joe Wilson, Star City, Deathstroke, Oliver Stephen Amell, TV Premiere Dates, Felicity Smoak John Barrowman, Malcom Merlyn


Taron Egerton Playing Elton John in ‘Rocketman’, and Other Biopic News

Rocketman, a long-in-the-works biopic about superstar musician Elton John, has finally found its star: Taron Egerton, who worked with John in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Read more about this below, along with news about a few other biopics brewing in Hollywood, including Damien Chazelle‘s Neil Armstrong movie, a film about Shia LaBeouf‘s childhood, and more. Rocketman – Elton John First up, Deadline reports that Taron Egerton will portray Elton John in Rocketman, which will be directed by...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Supreme Court, Casting, Hugh Jackman, Elton John, John, Ryan Gosling, Eddie, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Paramount Pictures, Emily Blunt, Paramount, True Story, Neil Armstrong, Eagle


Cool Stuff: Dan Mumford’s Vibrant ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Prints

Now that Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available for us all to enjoy over and over again at home, the movie is ripe for artwork tributes. Since artist Dan Mumford delivered a fantastic set of prints commemorating Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we’re glad to see he’s back with another set of prints for Rian Johnson’s chapter in the Star Wars saga. There are four in total, paying tribute to four iconic locations and moments from the sequel. Check out all the Dan Mumford Star Wars The Last Jedi print...
Tags: Art, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Rian Johnson, Cool Stuff, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Dan Mumford, Star Wars: The Last Jedi


New ‘Nancy Drew’ Movie Coming Starring ‘It’ Actress Sophia Lillis

16-year-old actress Sophia Lillis broke out last year with her starring role as Beverly Marsh in the mega-hit film adaptation of Stephen King’s It, and now she’ll be playing an even more high profile literary character. A new report says that Lillis has been cast as the title role in a new Nancy Drew movie called Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, based on the second book in the popular series of mystery novels. Deadline reports that Lillis will play the lead in Nancy Drew in the Hidden St...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Stephen King, Adaptation, Wendy Williams, Warner Bros, Kristen Bell, Emma Roberts, Ellen Degeneres, Warner Brothers, Nancy, Nancy-Drew, Carolyn Keene, Mystery/Suspense, Lillis, Sophia Lillis


Official Trailer for High School Debate Team Indie Comedy 'Candy Jar'

"This is you're future, and you are going to win." Netflix has debuted an official trailer for an indie drama titled Candy Jar, from indie director Ben Shelton. This quirky comedy is about dueling high school debate champs who are at odds on just about everything forge ahead with ambitious plans to get into the colleges of their dreams. Of course, even though they're at odds, opposites attract and then sparks fly. Candy Jar stars Sami Gayle (of Vampire Academy, "Blue Bloods") as Lona, and Ja...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Bennett, Jacob Latimore, Indies, Lona, Tom Bergeron, To Watch, Sami Gayle, Ben Shelton, Vampire Academy Blue Bloods, Christina Hendricks Uzo Aduba Helen Hunt



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