It’s a new era for the world of Formula 1, with some of the biggest changes seen in the sport in four decades shaking up not only the status quo, but also the spines of the drivers as teams wrestle to rein in the engineering quirks of this year’s new cars. Codemasters has followed suit
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Tom Swift is not long for this world. The CW is pulling the plug on the Nancy Drew spinoff a month into its run. Deadline broke the news Thursday, confirming that the network will air the entirety of the season. The series got off to a mediocre start in the ratings in May, and is
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We gotta wait a little while longer for Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part Two as Warner Bros has moved the Legendary film from Oct. 20, 2023 to Nov. 17, 2023. The new release date for Dune: Part Two has been a traditional launch pad for Warner Bros. having opened many Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies in that pre-Thanksgiving space as well as Justice League. However,
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News Phoebe Bridgers Covers the Carpenters’ “Goodbye to Love” It arrives with the rest of the Jack Antonoff-produced soundtrack to Minions: The Rise of Gru today By Allison Hussey July 1, 2022 Facebook Twitter Phoebe Bridgers, June 2022 (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Phoebe Bridgers has covered the Carpenters’ “Goodbye to Love,”
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In addition to Adam Wingard’s Godzilla vs. Kong sequel, which was just dated for 2024 release, the “MonsterVerse” is also spawning a live action television series for Apple TV+, which will feature Godzilla and various other Titans. Today brings the very first casting news. The Wrap reports that Anna Sawai (“Pachinko,” “F9”), Ren Watabe (“461
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Somehow June is over in just a few hours, meaning that we are trotting toward the third quarter’s starting line. Leaving aside the uncomfortably rapid pace at which time is flying past us, entering a new financial reporting period is an excellent moment to pause, reflect and work out the key questions for the upcoming
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Hello everyone! I’m Andreas Firnigl, CEO and founder of Nosebleed Interactive. We’ve been developing our retro arcade / part sim management game, Arcade Paradise, for the past three years, and I’m super excited (and relieved!) to reveal that the game will launch on PS4 and PS5 on August 11 – You can also wishlist the
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The Ghostbusters sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife that Sony teased at CinemaCon in a sizzle reel and which director Jason Reitman and writer Gil Kenan confirmed on Ghostbusters Day, June 8, is getting a theatrical release of Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2023. As hinted at in the end credits of Afterlife, the next chapter will return to the original
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AlgiKnit is on a mission to offer more environmentally conscious materials for the heavily polluting fashion and textile industries. The startup is developing materials from seaweeds such as Macrocystis Pyrifera, one of the planet’s most renewable and regenerative organisms, creating yarns and fibers that don’t rely on petroleum or toxic chemicals. Aleks Gosiewski, Aaron Nesser
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The 1980s was a pivotal time for horror fiction, especially for young adults. As Grady Hendrix wrote in Paperbacks From Hell, this was the decade where “horror hit its stride with a hungry teenage audience.” Dell Publishing’s own part in the prevailing trend included Twilight: Where Darkness Begins, a collection of self-contained books that helped
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