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Steven Spielberg's Vibrant Remake of 'West Side Story' Second Trailer

"If you go with him, no one will ever forgive you!" 20th Century Studios has debuted the second official trailer for the exciting new Steven Spielberg remake of the classic musical West Side Story. We also featured a Special Look preview during the summer. This was filmed back in 2019, and is now set for release in theaters (only) this December. The first trailer debuted earlier this year during the Oscars. An adaptation of the 1957 musical, West Side Story explores forbidden love and rivalr...
Tags: Movies, Ansel Elgort, Trailer, New York City, Sharks, Spielberg, Maria, Steven Spielberg, Rita Moreno, West Side, Tony, Kaminski, To Watch, Rachel Zegler, Century Studios, David Alvarez Mike Faist Corey Stoll Brian


The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Ep. 1 Clues, Takeaways & Predictions

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Ep. 1 clues, takeaways & predictions The time has finally arrived for the first episode of Disney+’s second Marvel Cinematic Universe series, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and while it may not be quite as plot-heavy as its predecessor WandaVision, there is still plenty of exciting moments and reveals to unpack! RELATED: CS Interview: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Head Writer Malcolm Spellman Clues: Sam’s Stepping Back, Bucky’...
Tags: Movies, Washington, Germany, Disney, US, America, Department Of Defense, Smithsonian, Air Force, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Sam, Steve, Hydra, Falcon, Rostov


21st Century Spielberg Podcast: With ‘The BFG’ and ‘Ready Player One’, Steven Spielberg Attempted to Return to His Roots, With Mixed Results

(Welcome to 21st Century Spielberg, an ongoing column and podcast that examines the challenging, sometimes misunderstood 21st-century filmography of one of our greatest living filmmakers, Steven Spielberg. In this edition: The BFG and Ready Player One.) What do you think of when you think of a Steven Spielberg movie? There are a variety of answers, but “blockbuster” tends to be at the top of the list. After all, it was Spielberg’s Jaws that gave birth to the idea of the summer blockbuster, ...
Tags: Post, England, Hollywood, London, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Podcasts, New York City, Stephen King, Roald Dahl, Disney, Features, Karen, Andy Serkis, Jurassic Park, Bird


‘American Dream’ Trailer: Longtime Spielberg Cinematographer Janusz Kaminski Directs a Crime Thriller

A Dutch actor and an Australian actor play two American brothers fighting for the “American Dream” in a gritty crime thriller directed by Steven Spielberg‘s longtime cinematographer Janusz Kaminski. Fittingly, the movie is called…American Dream. But don’t let the irony of the lead actors’ countries of origin stop you from watching the newly released trailer for American Dream below. American Dream Trailer Janusz Kaminski has become a household name for all Spielberg fans, with the Oscar...
Tags: Movies, Thriller, Movie Trailers, American Dream, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Ana, Ryan, Schindler, Yuri, Nicky, Michiel Huisman, Janusz Kaminski, Luke Bracey, Kaminski, Lionsgate Films


21st Century Spielberg Podcast: ‘Bridge of Spies’ and ‘The Post’ Personify the Spielbergian Hero’s Quest to Do the Right Thing

(Welcome to 21st Century Spielberg, an ongoing column and podcast that examines the challenging, sometimes misunderstood 21st-century filmography of one of our greatest living filmmakers, Steven Spielberg. In this edition: Bridge of Spies and The Post.) The Spielbergian hero is someone who not only does the right thing, but goes above and beyond. Someone who risks it all – life, limb, and reputation – for the greater good. And not some wispy, intangible greater good, either – oh, no. It’s no...
Tags: Post, New York, Movies, Podcasts, Supreme Court, Washington Post, White House, Germany, Berlin Wall, Berlin, America, Features, Fbi, Tom-Hanks, Brooklyn, United States


Kaminski Hosts Extensive Auction of Fine Furnishings from Waldorf Astoria New York

NEW YORK, - Kaminski Auctions is set to host one of the largest and most anticipated auctions of the year. With online bidding and in person previews beginning on October 3rd, Fine Furnishings of the Historic Waldorf Astoria New York will be an extensive display of unique objects from the legendary hotel. Proceeds from the auction will go to support St. Bartholomew's Conservancy in its mission to help restore and preserve the exteriors and gardens of fellow neighborhood landmark St. Barth...
Tags: Travel, New York, Waldorf Astoria New York, Kaminski, Community House, New York City Landmark, St Bartholomew, Kaminski Auctions


21st Century Spielberg Podcast: Steven Spielberg Returned to the Great Adventure with ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’ and ‘The Adventures of Tintin’

(Welcome to 21st Century Spielberg, an ongoing column and podcast that examines the challenging, sometimes misunderstood 21st century filmography of one of our greatest living filmmakers, Steven Spielberg. In this edition: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and The Adventures of Tintin.) May, 1977: George Lucas had fled to Hawaii. Star Wars, Lucas’ new film, had just arrived in theaters and would eventually be on its way to becoming one of the first blockbusters – something n...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Podcasts, Mac, Time, America, Indiana, Features, Fbi, Hawaii, Ford, Andy Serkis, James Bond, Dreamworks


Japanese tech giant NTT is making a $230 million bet on upending healthcare with 'digital twins,' an exact virtual replica of a person that can be used with AI to explore new treatments without risking the patient (NTTYY)

Japanese telecommunications company NTT is pouring $230 million into new Silicon Valley research labs, set to open this summer.  One health-focused lab is working on a "digital twin" project that would create a virtual version of a person that doctors could try experimental treatments on.  The labs were announced with a short film by Steven Spielberg's cinematographer showing the vision of the digital twin.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In a high-budget, longterm, futur...
Tags: Trends, Silicon Valley, Lincoln, Pfizer, UC Berkeley, Steven Spielberg, Alexander, Ryan, Schindler, NTT, Sunnyvale California, Janusz Kaminski, Kaminski, Joe Alexander, Swinburne, NTTYY


Japanese tech giant NTT is pouring $230 million into a Silicon Valley research lab to build hyper-realistic 'digital twins' of people for medical research (NTTYY)

Japanese telecommunications company NTT is pouring $230 million into new Silicon Valley research labs, set to open this summer.  One health-focused lab is working on a "digital twin" project that would create a virtual version of a person that doctors could try experimental treatments on.  The labs were announced with a short film by Steven Spielberg's cinematographer showing the vision of the digital twin.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In a high-budget, longterm, futur...
Tags: Trends, Silicon Valley, Lincoln, Pfizer, UC Berkeley, Steven Spielberg, Alexander, Ryan, Schindler, NTT, Sunnyvale California, Janusz Kaminski, Kaminski, Joe Alexander, Swinburne, NTTYY


O'Donovan edges closer to Sunshine Tour card

Lucan's Richard O'Donovan Lucan's Richard O'Donovan is just five shots off the lead and on course to win his card heading into the final round of the Sunshine Tour Qualifying School in South Africa.The Dubliner, who won the East of Ireland Championship nearly nine years ago, made seven birdies in a five-under 67 at Houghton Golf Club to move up to joint eighth in the race to finis...
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Golf, Johannesburg, McIntyre, Donovan, Kaminski, Lucan, Sunshine Tour, Richard O Donovan, Houghton Golf Club, Richard O Donovan Lucan, Rupert Kaminski, Tristen Strydom


HyperSciences wants to ‘gamechange’ spaceflight with hypersonic drilling tech

It’s no coincidence that Elon Musk wants to both tunnel down into and soar above the Earth. If you ask the team at HyperSciences, the best way to get to space is to flip drilling technology upside down and point it at the sky. In the process, that would mean ditching the large, expensive fuel stages that propel what we generally think of as a rocket — massive cylindrical thing, tiny payload at the tip — into space. This month, the company hit a major milestone on its quest to get to suborbita...
Tags: TC, Space, Spacex, Elon Musk, Washington Post, Tech, Nasa, Earth, Mining, Rocket, Pentagon, Jeff Bezos, Spaceflight, Aerospace, Geothermal Energy, Blue Origin


Padres legend Tony Gwynn's home up for auction

POWAY, Calif. (KGTV) -- There are two larger-than-life monuments to Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn: one outside Petco Park where he played baseball; the other near Poway Lake, close to his home.The beautiful two-acre estate in an exclusive section of Poway will be sold at auction this Wednesday. The minimum bid is $2.2 million dollars.The sale comes four years after his death from cancer. It's distressing news for fans like Marsha Kaminski, the part owner of Kaminski's Sports Lounge and...
Tags: News, San Diego, Yankees, Tony, Tony Gwynn, Gwynn, Padres, Petco Park, Poway, Kaminski, Poway Calif, Ken Caminiti, Sports Lounge, Poway Lake, Padres Hall of Famer, Marsha Kaminski


Tony Gwynn's home up for auction

POWAY, Calif. (KGTV) -- There are two larger-than-life monuments to Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn; one outside Petco Park where he played baseball; the other near Poway Lake--close to his home.That beautiful two acre estate in an exclusive section of Poway will be sold at auction this Wednesday; minimum bid--$2-point-2 million dollars.This comes four years after his death from cancer. Distressing news for fans like Marsha   Marsha Kaminski, the part owner of Kaminski's Sports Lounge and Ba...
Tags: News, San Diego, Yankees, Tony, Tony Gwynn, Gwynn, Padres, Petco Park, Poway, Kaminski, Poway Calif, Ken Caminiti, Sports Lounge, Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, Poway Lake, Marsha Marsha Kaminski


Alphabet's 'Outline' Software Lets Anyone Run a Homebrew VPN

A virtual private network, that core privacy tool that encrypts your internet traffic and bounces it through a faraway server, has always presented a paradox: Sure, it helps you hide from some forms of surveillance, like your internet service provider's snooping and eavesdroppers on your local network. But it leaves you vulnerable to a different, equally powerful spy: Whoever controls the VPN server you're routing all your traffic through. To help solve that quagmire, Jigsaw, the Alphabet-owne...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Ecommerce, London, China, Lgbt, Iran, Amsterdam, Vpn, Signal, NGO, Digital Ocean, Privacy/security, E-activism, Kaminski


Dogs Pay Attention to Your Looks

That puppy dog face your pet makes often is a reaction to your own expression, a new study finds.
Tags: News, Dogs, Face, Kaminski, Juliane, Scientific Reports (Journal


DIY Halloween Decorations

DIY Halloween Decorations are one of my favorite ways to celebrate Halloween.  Whether you have little ones excited to decorate or not, these crafts for Halloween shared this week are sure to give you some great ideas! Making homemade Halloween decorations became a tradition when our kids were preschoolers.  They’ve grown up a bit, but they still like to take part in the spooky festivities! If you are looking for more fun DIY Halloween Decorations check out my Jack-O-Lantern Votives, Hanging Lan...
Tags: Crafts, Halloween, Celebrate, Kaminski, DIY Halloween ideas


Great books about Warsaw Uprising

The Warsaw Uprising (Powsanie Warszawskie) lasted from August 1944 to October 1944. Fueled with hope as a result of the rapidly advancing Russian Army, The Polish Underground Home Army decided to take on the might of the Germans in the Poland. Not unnaturally, they felt that their efforts would be helped by the Russians. Units from the Polish Home Army took on the Germans at Vilnynus, Lublin and Lvov. While the Russians attacked from the east, the Poles fought German forces to the west, effectiv...
Tags: Books, Germany, History, Normandy, Linguistics, Poland, Red Army, Nazi, Rudy, Warsaw, Countries, Russian Army, Jan, Barbara, Alek, Kaminski


Reflections on "Reflection and Choice" by "We the People"

For the Symposium on Michael Klarman, The Framers' Coup: The Making of the United States Constitution. Begin with the blurbs.   A veritable all-start team of specialists in American constitutional history and constitutional interpretation—Woody Holton, John Kaminski, Jack Rakove, Louis Michael Seidman, David Strauss, and Gordon Wood (in alphabetical order)—all sing the praises of Michael Klarman’s remarkable book.   Seidman refers to it as “a definitive account of the entire Framing period.” ...
Tags: New York, Mississippi, Congress, Senate, White House, Virginia, Massachusetts, America, Spain, Atlantic, United States, New Hampshire, Paris, David Marcus, Philadelphia, Lincoln


London’s Mayor To EU Citizens: 'You Are Very Welcome Here'

London’s mayor made a forceful call for inclusion after the U.K.’s historic vote Thursday to leave the European Union. Advocates for Brexit had deliberately stoked anti-immigrant fears with calls to "Take Back Our Country." A widely condemned ad from Nigel Farage's UK Independence Party showed a massive line of migrants with the text “Breaking Point.” But London Mayor Sadiq Khan, the first Muslim elected to that office, made it clear that non-British Europeans living in his city were still welc...
Tags: UK, London, News, Eu, Britain, Daily Mail, Nigel Farage, Farage, Khan, Huffington Post, Brexit, Sadiq Khan, Warsaw Poland, Kaminski, EU Citizens, Independence Party


Cleveland's Stalemate back with thoughtful third album

His band, Stalemate, released its sterling sophomore album in 2012. But rather than take a break from tune-smithing after a run of promotional gigs for the disc, Kaminski ferreted himself away to produce the 2013 solo album Odd, Peculiar Brain .
Tags: Cleveland, Kaminski


The super-resolution revolution

There has been a revolution in optical microscopy and it’s been 350 years in the making. Ever since Robert Hooke published his Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies in 1665, the microscope has opened up the world in miniature. But it has also been limited by the wavelength of light. Anything smaller than the size of a bacterial cell (around 250 nanometres) appears as a blurred blob through an optical microscope, simply because light waves spread when they are focused on a tiny spot. ...
Tags: Europe, Usa, Cambridge, Lee, Robert Hooke, Steven Lee, Medical Research Council, Kaminski, Eric Betzig, William E Moerner, Stefan Hell Germany, Clemens Kaminski, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kevin O'Holleran, Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre CAIC, David Klenerman