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  • By: Wolf
  • So, how does this thing work? According to Google, Stadia only takes 5 seconds (!) to launch a game on your browser , and will be playable on all platforms such as laptops, desktops, TV, tablets and phones. Basically on everything with a screen, Wi-Fi and battery. No console is needed; this is Cloud Gaming with Googles gigantic datacenters as your console.
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  • The petition, created by Zimbabwean activist Shelton Mpala, was “to draw attention to the appropriation of African culture and the importance of protecting our heritage, identity and culture from being exploited for financial gain by third parties. This plundered artwork serves to enrich or benefit these museums and corporations and not the creators or people it’s derived from.”
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  • In the documentary, he climbs Yosemite’s 3,000-foot El Capitan wall, and is the first free solo climber to do so. The wall is known as one of the world’s ultimate challenges for climbers. Five people have died in climbing accidents on El Capitan since 2013 alone.
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  • Yes, the movie was shot well, Emily Blunt’s acting is amazing and the kids do a good job. In fact, all four actors are strong characters who deal with loss, love and survival, and yes, it even has its share of tense moments. But because the family was acting so dumb and stupid all the time, they kind of had all the horror and misery coming. We’re going to spoil this movie to death, so if you haven’t seen it. Stop reading!
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    Star Wars’ new Solo trailer is out, and we can’t say we’re too siked

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  • It all started with the President of Marvel Studios and lifelong Marvel fanboy; Kevin Feige. Reading the comics, he thought; “why can’t all these characters come together on the movie screen too?” He made sure Marvel bought all the rights to the Marvel characters (back) and started plotting the grand Marvel Cinematic Universe. This meant giving every Marvel character their own movie, and work towards the first on-screen superhero ensemble movie ever made; The Avengers.
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  • We could, of course, explain ourselves and bore you half to death with bombastic adjectives. But we’d rather just show you. We believe that notions of left vs right, liberal vs conservative are outdated and disorienting. Instead, we’re positioned in the second quadrant (Q2) of Eric Weinstein’s Four Quadrant Model. In short: we detest the political correctness and identity politics of Q1, but we refuse to accept that alarmist boomer polemics and the alt-right in Q3 are the only alternatives.
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    A true story, which is why Adrift looks like a nightmare to boat folks

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  • By: Wolf
  • We’re in Ancient Greek territory here, where Kratos takes on Greek mythology’s darkest creatures to destroy Olympus and the mighty Zeus himself. All the ancient superstars are present here; we have Hera, Gaia, Hades, Hermes, Poseidon, Aphrodite and Pandora, and they’re all bounded to have their asses handed to them by the god of Zero Deaths.
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  • In 1988, Ivan Reitman directed Twins starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito as the unlikely twin brothers. And of course, that was amazing, because when being around 7 years old, everything starring Ahnuld was the best thing ever. Now, why did we bring this up? Well: Triplets is in the making.
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  • Wouldn’t it be spectacular to see Al Pacino, Robert de Niro and Joe Pesci together in a Martin Scorsese movie? Well, it’s really happening, Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is a wrap.

    The Irishman tells the story based on Charles Brandt’s novel I Heard You Paint Houses, about hitman Frank Sheeran (De Niro) who alleged on his deathbed to have committed the unsolved murder of American Teamster union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Pacino).

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