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Apple TV+'s Alien Invasion Series Looks Suspiciously Invasion-Free

Apple TV+ has made a very interesting choice for the first trailer for its 10-part alien invasion sci-fi drama, simply—ever so simply—titled Invasion. Instead of showing anything about the titular extraterrestrial attack, the trailer is mostly focused on people almost entirely going about their individual lives, which…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Apple TV, Deadpool, Emmy, Alien, Invasion, Sam Neill, Simon Kinberg, Human Interest, Jakob Verbruggen, Shamier Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Alien Invasion, Firas Nassar, Creative Works


‘Invasion’ Trailer: New Apple TV+ Series Explores an Alien Invasion From Around the World

What would you do if aliens threatened to land on Earth? It’s one of the most frequently-posed questions across all of science fiction, and the upcoming Apple TV+ series Invasion is poised to ask it one more time. Simon Kinberg, the producer behind many of the X-Men movies and Star Wars Rebels, is teaming up with David Weil, the showrunner of Amazon’s Hunters and Solos, for a ten-episode streaming show with a sprawling cast that “will make you question what you would do under extraterrestrial t...
Tags: AppleTV, Drama, Sci-Fi, Television, TV Trailer, David Weil, Firas Nassar, Golshifteh Farahani, Invasion, Sam-Neill, Shamier Anderson, Shioli Kutsuna, Simon-Kinberg


Invasion Teaser Sets Premiere Date For Apple TV+’s New Sci-Fi Drama

Apple TV+ has released the first Invasion teaser trailer for Simon Kinberg and David Weil’s forthcoming sci-fi drama series, featuring an ensemble cast led by Jurassic Park alum Sam Neill and Golshifteh Farahani (Extraction). The video brings us to different parts of the world and introduces characters from different walks of life as they all experienced a simultaneous out-of-this-world phenomenon that will change the course of their lives forever. The series will make its global debut on Apple...
Tags: Drama, Sci-Fi, TV, Apple TV Plus, David Weil, Golshifteh Farahani, Invasion, Sam Neill, Shamier Anderson, Simon Kinberg, Streaming, TV News, Video


Apple TV Plus’ ‘Invasion’ To Premiere In October (TV News Roundup)

Apple TV Plus announced that “Invasion” will premiere on Oct. 22. Starring Shamier Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Sam Neill, Firas Nassar and Shioli Kutsuna, the 10-episode science-fiction drama series follows an alien invasion through various perspectives from across the world. Neill will play the character of Sheriff John Bell Tyson, a weathered rural lawman on the […]
Tags: Apple, News, Invasion, Neill, Shioli Kutsuna, Apple TV Plus, John Bell Tyson


Apple TV+ Preview Teases ‘Ted Lasso’, ‘Foundation’, and More

After a bit of a rocky launch, Apple TV+ has settled into a groove and is starting to carve out its identity as a streaming service. As the streaming wars rage on, the folks at Apple know how important it is to keep people subscribed and draw new eyeballs into their ecosystem. To that end, they’ve released a new video teasing several big shows and movies that are coming out this summer and beyond. Catch a glimpse of Ted Lasso season 2, The Morning Show season 2, the adaptation of author Isaac A...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Julianne Moore, Stephen King, Sci-fi, Apple TV, Bill Murray, Rose Byrne, Bob, Jared Harris, Will Ferrell, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Invasion


These are the 5 countries that are most impossible to conquer

Russian servicemen march during the Victory Day parade at Red Square in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015 Reuters History is full of empires that have risen and fallen. But a few places have resisted outside domination better than others. See more stories on Insider's business page. Historically, all empires either fall or morph into some other empire ... and then fall. We don't use the term "empire" to describe nation-states that much anymore.Regardless of what we call some countries, t...
Tags: Usa, Putin, China, Nazis, Russia, Southeast Asia, India, New York City, US, America, Trends, Iran, Afghanistan, United States, Taliban, Pakistan


Why the Army had to use tourist maps to plan a Cold War invasion

Members of the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division in Grenada. US Army A crisis in Grenada in late 1983 caught US Army planners off-guard. When orders came down to prepare to invade the Caribbean island, they knew so little about the country that they had to plan the operation using maps normally sold to tourists. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Think of it as "Improvise, Adapt, Overcome" on a grand strategic scale.When word came down that US Army troops would be shipp...
Tags: Navy, US, America, Trends, Department Of Defense, Cold War, Reagan, Iran, United States, Grenada, Ronald Reagan, United Kingdom, Army, Moscow, Harlem Globetrotters, Venezuela


A Chinese invasion of Taiwan would not be easy, and the 400 anti-ship missiles the US plans to sell to Taiwan would make it even harder

Harpoon anti-ship missile in flight US Navy photo by Lt. Bryce Hadley Days after a proposed $1.8 billion arms sale to Taiwan, the US State Department notified Congress of a possible $2.4 billion sale of hundreds of Harpoon anti-ship missiles and launchers to the island, which faces rising pressure from mainland China. With one of the world's largest militaries, China could destroy Taiwan if it really wanted, but taking the well-defended island is a lot more complicated. Harpoon anti-ship m...
Tags: Hong Kong, Congress, China, US, International, Trends, Taiwan, Beijing, Pentagon, Lockheed Martin, Taipei, Boeing, US Navy, Invasion, Us Department Of Defense, Trump


Janina Gavankar to Write and Star in Mythological Monster Movie

If you know Janina Gavankar, chances are, it’s from her turn on True Blood or as the protagonist in the singleplayer campaign of Star Wars: Battlefront 2, where she played the (fantastic) Iden Versio. Now the actress and writer is getting to work on a rad monster movie based on Hindu mythology. Read more...
Tags: Science, Star, Invasion, Octavia Spencer, Amazon Studios, Riz Ahmed, Rakshasa, Janina Gavankar, 108 Media


Updates From The New Mutants, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and More

Tony Todd is very excited for Candyman’s return. The King’s Man is moving all the way into February 2021. Star Trek: Discovery returns...to CBS. Plus, get a look at The Haunting of Bly Manor’s titular terrifying estate, what’s to come on Lovecraft Country, and Simon Kinberg and David Weil’s alien invasion series hires…Read more...
Tags: Science, Cbs, Invasion, The 100, Candyman, Simon Kinberg, David Weil, Tony Todd, Lovecraft Country, Wynonna Earp, New Mutants, Star Trek Discovery, Star Trek Lower Decks, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Bly Manor, Come Play


Kinberg & Weil’s Invasion Builds Cast as Production Resumes

Kinberg & Weil’s Invasion builds cast as production resumes After initially announcing the acquisition of the series in early 2019, Apple TV+’s Invasion from Simon Kinberg (Dark Phoenix) and David Weil (Hunters) has begun to build its cast with Sam Neill (Jurassic World: Dominion), Shamier Anderson (Bruised), Golshifteh Farahani (Extraction) and more, according to Deadline. RELATED: Apple Greenlights Sci-Fi Series from Simon Kinberg & David Weil PB = PB || {};...
Tags: TV, Apple TV, David Weil, Invasion, Simon Kinberg, TV News, TV Premiere


Damon Lindelof Still Has Hopes for More Watchmen (Even If He Doesn't Make It)

Octavia Spencer and Riz Ahmed team up for a new sci-fi thriller at Amazon. Whenever Black Widow shows up in theaters, it’ll have a good chunk of IMAX footage. HBO teases what’s to come on Lovecraft Country. Plus, Matt Bomer on where Doom Patrol is headed, and what’s next on Agents of SHIELD. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Agents Of Shield, Black Widow, Invasion, Damon Lindelof, Octavia Spencer, Matt Bomer, Riz Ahmed, Lovecraft Country, Watchmen, Doom Patrol, The Witches, Mandibles, Amazon Whenever Black Widow, Lovecraft Country Plus


‘Invasion’: Riz Ahmed and Octavia Spencer to Star in Sci-Fi Thriller

Riz Ahmed (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) is about to get back in science fiction mode. Emmy winner Ahmed and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer (Hidden Figures) have joined the cast of Invasion, a new sci-fi thriller that’s been acquired by Amazon Studios. Get the details about the upcoming project below.  According to Deadline, Ahmed and Spencer have officially joined the Invasion cast for up-and-coming UK director Michael Pearce, who won a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Di...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Netflix, United States, Thriller, BAFTA, Invasion, Ahmed, Octavia Spencer, Spencer, Allegiant, Amazon Studios, Pearce


#TwistedTropes 22. Montezuma's terrible revenge

Image from Wikimedia Commons  So let's say you visit Mexico (other countries are available - Editor), and you foolishly drink some of the tap-water, or perhaps indulge in some dodgy food. Later that day, you become aware of a strange feeling building in your lower reaches .... and slowly, it grows.Soon you discover that you are not able to travel more than a couple of steps from the toilet, because quite frankly, the bottom is dropping out of your world. You realise this is more than ju...
Tags: Learning, Mexico, Wikipedia, Noah, Pandora, Revenge, David White, Hygiene, Invasion, eLearning, Diarrhoea, Dante, Don, Plato, Moore, Chekhov


Ukraine asks Canada to continue training troops to oppose Russia's invasive bullshit

Russia is back on its Ukraine bullshit again: last week, the Russian navy boarded and seized a Ukrainian gunboat and a tugboat taking the crews of the vessels prisoner, at least for the time being. NATO is sitting on their hands, just like they did when Putin sent mercenaries and unflagged Russian special forces operators into Ukraine to wrest control of the Crimea peninsula back in 2014. There's a lot of finger wagging and tut-tutting, sure. Trump said that he was calling off his chat with Puti...
Tags: Post, News, Putin, Russia, G20, Ukraine, Canada, Military, Nato, Crimea, Moscow, Invasion, Cbc, Trump, Andriy Shevchenko, Kerch Strait


Tibetan man gets five years in prison for speaking about his native language

For the crime of talking to a western media outlet about his native tongue, Tashi Wangchuk has been sentenced to prison. Back in 2015, Mr. Tashi spoke to the New York Times about his concerns that Tibetans were in danger of losing their native language. It was a problem that had been brewing for a while. Tibet declared independence from the much larger nation in 1913. They had their culture, their Dalai Lama and their territory. Things were good… for around 36 years. In 1949, Mao Zedong got Chi...
Tags: Post, Politics, Tibet, News, China, Communism, New York Times, United Nations, Chinese communist party, Flickr, Invasion, Mao, Mao Zedong, People 's Republic of China, Tashi, Central People 's Government


Man Warns Earth of Alien Invasion, Arrested for Intoxication

Man Warns Earth of Alien Invasion, Arrested for Intoxication The post Man Warns Earth of Alien Invasion, Arrested for Intoxication appeared first on Legal Reader.
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Invasion: Edwardian Britain’s nightmare

Images of future war were a prominent feature of British popular culture in the half century before the First World War. Writers like H.G. Wells thrilled their readers with tales of an extra-terrestrial attack in his 1897 The War of the Worlds, and numerous others wrote of French, German, or Russian invasions of Britain. The genre was so pervasive that it moved a young P.G. Woodhouse to satirise it in his 1909 story The Swoop! Or, How Clarence Saved England. “England was not merely beneath the h...
Tags: Europe, Books, London, Featured, Navy, France, Germany, History, Britain, Winston Churchill, Royal Navy, Army, John, Radar, British, Fleet


Israel and the offensive military use of cyber-space

When discussions arise about the utility of cyber-attacks in supporting conventional military operations, the conversation often moves quickly to the use of cyber-attacks during Russia’s invasion of Georgia in 2008, the US decision not to use cyber-attacks in the 2003 invasion of Iraq, or Russia’s behavior in cyber-space surrounding the conflict with Ukraine that began in 2014. These, however, may not really be the most useful cases to examine. In these battles a world power faced a vastly weake...
Tags: Books, Technology, Featured, Wales, Iraq, Russia, Israel, US, Georgia, Iran, Syria, Ukraine, War, Military, United States, New Jersey


Forget selfies - how 'dronies' could be the next big photography trend

Drone manufacturer says sales of the unmanned aircraft are being driven by "narcissism" as people seek to film themselves [Author: Emily Gosden] [Link to media]
Tags: Video, Privacy, Selfie, Drones, Aerial, Invasion, Worried, Complain, How Do I Complain, Dronie, Emily Gosden


Drones given as Christmas gifts will lead to soaring privacy complaints, watchdog warns

Surveillance camera commissioner highlights growing concerns about aerial drones and body-worn video [Author: David Barrett] [Link to media]
Tags: Video, Privacy, Drones, Aerial, Invasion, Worried, Complain, How Do I Complain, David Barrett


Wolf Hall sets ready for tourist invasion

The National Trust preparing for influx of visitors to several properties after they were chosen as the set locations for the BBC's forthcoming adaptation of Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall [Author: Hannah Furness] [Link to media]
Tags: Bbc, Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall, National Trust, Popular, Invasion, Tourist, Hannah Furness