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System Shock TV Series Will Bring The Classic Video Game To A New Medium

The cyberpunk survival horror game "System Shock" is being made into a new live-action TV series courtesy of the upcoming gaming entertainment streaming platform Binge. Nightdive, the gaming studio behind the 2021 "System Shock" PC remake, are onboard to help create the new streaming series, which is about a space station thrown into chaos. If "System Shock" sounds familiar but you're not much of a PC gamer, that might be because the series is the spiritual predecessor to the wildly successful "...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Earth, William Gibson, Binge, Ubisoft, Philip K Dick, Citadel, Shodan, Ungar, Nightdive, Stephen Kick, Larry Kuperman, Citadel Station, Allan Ungar Kick

Live-Action System Shock TV Series in the Works

A live-action series adaptation of the System Shock video game series is set for Binge, an upcoming gaming entertainment streaming platform. The service is expected to launch in 2022, but the series wasn’t given a release date. MORE: Attack on Titan Final Season Release Date Announced in Teaser Video As reported by Deadline, Binge will focus heavily on programming mostly inspired by some of the most popular video game franchises, as showcased by the already-announced Driver live-action series. F...
Tags: Games, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Binge, Citadel, Jason Segel, ComingSoon, Kick, Ungar, System Shock, BioShock, Allan Ungar, Nightdive, Nightdive Studios

Josh Duhamel Boards Bank Heist Thriller ‘Bandit,’ a Feature from the Director of That Viral ‘Uncharted’ Fan Film

Josh Duhamel is getting a brush with the wrong side of the law. The Think Like a Dog actor is boarding Bandit, which is being directed by Allan Ungar, the filmmaker behind that viral Uncharted fan film. This heist thriller follows the true-life exploits of an American bank robber who becomes Canada’s most wanted. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Duhamel has signed on to star in Bandit, a heist thriller directed by  Ungar and written by Kraig Wenman. Wenman’s script centers on the true-lif...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Canada, Thriller, Bella Thorne, Galvan, Josh-Duhamel, Bandit, Hollywood Reporter, Fraser, Duhamel, Dominic Purcell, Stephen Lang, Action/Adventure, Nathan Fillion, Highland Film Group

7 Triggers that Get Teens Reaching for Their Phone When They Shouldn’t

Parents everywhere are complaining that kids are using their phones way too much. They are glued to their screens at dinnertime, staying up when they should be asleep and are opting for virtual interaction over real-life conversations. It’s a growing problem, and even 50% of teens themselves think they’re addicted to their smartphones . Such a high level of usage makes it easy for teens to develop an addiction to their phones and many parents and teens are oblivious to the dangers this ...
Tags: Psychology, Ungar

Top 5 Poker Movies

If you love poker, casinos, or card games, then there’s a good chance that you’ve watched a few poker-related movies. The reason that poker is so compelling to watch is that it’s isn’t merely a game of chance: there’s skill involved. What’s more, the type of skill required is particularly amenable to on-screen representation. There’s nothing quite like watching your favourite actor sweat as he or she gambles with high stakes, hoping to beat adversaries. Many screenwriters and directors use pok...
Tags: New York, Texas, Matt Damon, Religion, Poker, Lifestyle, Daniel Craig, Mel Gibson, Bond, Craig, James Garner, Robert Altman, Damon, Pierce Brosnan, George Segal, Ungar

Hungary: Firmenrechtliche Aenderungen In Ungarn - Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law

Die neue Regierung ist in Ungar kaum im Amt und schon sehr fleißig am Werk, sogar im Sommer hat ihre Arbeit nicht nachgelassen.
Tags: News, Hungary, Ungar, Ungarn Katona

Discover the food, culture and customs of people from around the world without boarding a plane

Got a taste for authentic Korean barbecue? You could book a flight to Seoul or simply ride the Gold Line to Downtown Los Angeles for a memorable taste experience at home. On Melting Pot Food Tours’ Little India Tour, you can shop at this vegetarian grocery store. (Courtesy of Melting Pot Food Tours) A henna demonstration on Melting Pot Food Tours’ Little India Tour. (Courtesy of Melting Pot Food Tours) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Melting Pot Food Tours’ East L.A...
Tags: Hollywood, Mexico, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Tokyo, Seoul, Little India, Town, Taco Bell, Southern California, Anthony Bourdain, Tiffani Thiessen, Scalia, Dunkin Donuts

Nathan Fillion and Director Allan Ungar Talk About Their ‘Uncharted’ Short Film, A Possible Sequel, and Dismiss A Long-Held Rumor [Interview]

Yesterday morning, director Allan Ungar (Gridlocked) unveiled an Uncharted fan film that gave fans something they’ve been wanting to see for ten years: a live-action Uncharted story that starred actor Nathan Fillion as treasure hunter and video game protagonist Nathan Drake. I spoke with both Fillion and Ungar on the phone about filming their adaptation, Fillion’s history with the franchise, if a sequel is in the works, and more. Read our full Nathan Fillion Uncharted interview below. In case...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Interviews, California, Mexico, Features, Gotham, Netflix, Adaptation, Sony, David O Russell, Drake, Deadpool, Video Game, Allan, Michelle

New York's Last Remaining Independent Bookshops

An anonymous reader shares an excerpt from a report via The Guardian, written by Hermione Hoby: Michael Seidenberg, pictured kingly in his throne of a wicker chair, feet spread, pipe in mouth, is one of around 50 New York indie booksellers featured in a series of portraits by Philippe Ungar and Franck Bohbot, a pair of bibliophilic Frenchmen who met and befriended each other in Brooklyn. The two, writer and photographer respectively, have taken great pleasure in traveling across the city, to nei...
Tags: New York, Tech, Brooklyn, Hermione Hoby, Ungar, Franck Bohbot, Michael Seidenberg, Philippe Ungar, Corey Farach, Bluestockings Farach, Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, Three Lives Company, West Village Read

People on the Move

Tonic takes Ungar; Rhea + Kaiser promotes Vos; Marino ups Latino. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: [email protected] (Steve Barnes)]
Tags: Pr, Steve Barnes, Marino, Ungar, Rhea Kaiser

Reporter looks beyond Flint’s lead headlines toward U.S. youth

Photo: Romain Blanquart, USA Today Network The lead-tainted water in Flint, Mich., got one national reporter wondering: What other areas could have children affected by dangerous water? Laura Ungar, who covers national and regional health stories for USA Today and Gannett, was part of a team looking at the wider implications of the water crisis in Flint to go beyond the Detroit suburb and seek what other areas could be facing unknown risks. Her USA Today Network colleague, data journalist M...
Tags: Health, New York, Children, Environment, Usa Today, Gannett, Detroit, Flint, Lead, Flint Mich, Courier Journal, Louisville Ky, USA TODAY Network, Health data, Social determinants, Disparities

Why More Americans Should Study Abroad

I recently read an excellent essay by Sanford J. Ungar. Published in Foreign Affairs, the piece explains why it's so important for Americans to study abroad. "The trouble is that relatively few Americans currently enjoy this kind of life-changing overseas experience," writes Ungar. He cites many reasons for this, including inflexible curriculum requirements at American institutions of higher learning and the extra costs that could come with such an endeavor. Another significant problem is "the l...
Tags: Spain, United States, New York Times, Zimbabwe, Argentina, Guatemala, Madrid, Huffington Post, Sri Lanka, Buenos Aires, Valencia, Taylor Dibbert, Valencia Spain, Innsbruck Austria, Buenos Aires Argentina, Peace Corps

A look at those still falling through the cracks in ACA coverage

Photo: Laura Ungar/USA Today As part of an AHCJ Reporting Fellowship on Health Care Performance, USA Today reporters Jayne O’Donnell and Laura Ungar undertook a months-long investigation into health insurance barriers still facing the working poor. Here, Ronald Stevens, who works for a Virginia Department of Transportation contractor and still has no medical or dental coverage, receives a dental exam at an outdoor clinic. The Affordable Care Act has clearly covered millions of people, many of ...
Tags: Supreme Court, White House, Virginia, Reform, Affordable Care Act, Houston, Usa Today, ACA, Medicaid, Health Care Reform, Virginia Department of Transportation, O'Donnell, Social determinants, Disparities, Demetria, Laura Ungar