Milo Ventimiglia’s Evel Knievel Limited Series Not Moving Forward at USA Network

Milo Ventimiglia‘s Evel Knievel series didn’t stick the landing at USA Network. The network will not be going forward with the limited series, which would’ve been titled Evel, about the daredevil stuntman. The coronavirus (COVID-1

A ‘Happy Endings’ Reunion is Finally Happening, But Probably Not in the Format You Hoped For

At long last, a Happy Endings reunion is finally going to happen – and we only have to wait a few days to see it. But unfortunately, this won’t be a full-fledged televised reunion like NBC’s recent pandemic episode of Parks and Recre

A ‘Top Gun’ and ‘Transformers’ Crossover Now Exists in Toy Form

Top Gun: Maverick is due to fly into theaters this December, but if your need for speed remains unsatisfied, can I interest you in…a toy? Hasbro and Paramount have created a Top Gun Transformers crossover character called Maverick. If you

Theme Park Bits: Walt Disney World is Open Once Again

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Downtown Disney has reopened. Walt Disney World begins its slow rollout to guests. And more! To start off today’s Theme Park Bits, let’s talk about the biggest news: Walt Disney World is open again. (And y

Telluride Film Festival Canceled For 2020

Another one bites the dust. As film festivals grapple with what to do in a world overrun with the coronavirus/COVID-19, more and more organizers seem to be giving in to the inevitable. SXSW and Cannes were canceled, TIFF is still on but adding a dig

HBO Max Spot Showcases New Footage From Steven Soderberg’s ‘Let Them All Talk’, Ridley Scott’s ‘Raised By Wolves’, and More

HBO Max had a somewhat botched debut thanks to confusion about WarnerMedia’s brands and which customers got the new streaming service for free and which ones needed to pay to subscribe. But the good news with setting the bar low at the start i

‘The Lost Boys’ Stage Musical is “Nearly Done”; Listen to the Soundtrack Here

Director Joel Schumacher died last month, and many of the obituaries and appreciation pieces written about his life highlighted his work on the stylish 1987 vampire movie The Lost Boys, which became a generational touchstone for kids of a certain ag

LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System Build Kit Will Appeal to Your Inner Child

LEGO is ready to milk your nostalgia for all its worth with a new LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System Building Kit for adults. The kit comes with a realistic-looking NES system as well as a retro TV, and while you can’t really play this like

’30 Rock’ Reunion Special Won’t be Broadcast on NBC Stations in More Than Half the Country

More than seven years after it went off the air, 30 Rock is returning to television this Thursday night. But a new report reveals that more than half of the country won’t be able to watch the reunion special because NBC’s largest local a

‘Ted Lasso’ Trailer: Jason Sudeikis Takes a Job as the Wrong Kind of Football Coach in Apple TV+ Series

Some things can get lost in translation across the pond. The biggest being the word “football,” which refers to very different sports in America and the the rest of the world. And it’s that confusion that may be the basis of Ted La

Cool Stuff: Yes, Somehow There is More Must-Own ‘Star Wars’ Art

Is there a major pop culture property that’s had more artwork devoted to it than Star Wars? You could fill multiple museums with all of the art released since the pop culture art boom that’s been dedicated to a galaxy far, far away, but

‘The Matrix’ Cinematographer Blames Stanley Kubrick for Why the Sequels Are So “Mind-Numbing”

It can’t be understated how hugely influential the Wachowski’s The Matrix was. Many a film after it tried (and often failed) to imitate its look, its tone, its groundbreaking visual effects. And the man responsible for the stylish look

‘Tenet’ Runtime Revealed; Here’s How It Stacks Up Against Other Movies in Christopher Nolan’s Filmography

In April of 2019, actor Robert Pattinson teased that his upcoming collaboration with director Christopher Nolan was “the craziest thing [he’s] seen in years” and “the length of three movies.” While we anxiously await se

‘The Old Guard’ Director Gina Prince-Bythewood and Star KiKi Layne on Filming Hard-Hitting Action and Planning a Trilogy [Interview]

Not all comic book properties are created entirely equal. First published in 2017, the highly popular Image comic series The Old Guard concerns a small group of immortal warriors who live in secret, only surfacing for missions that promise large su

Movie Theaters in California and Hong Kong Closing Again

At this point, I think I’ve written approximately 700 stories about COVID-19/coronavirus, and I wish I could say I had some good news to offer on this subject for a change. But I don’t. Instead, I’m here to tell you that things tha

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 K

‘Sexy Beast’ TV Series Not So Sexy Anymore as Paramount Network Nixes the Idea

Bad news: the Sexy Beast TV series isn’t so sexy anymore. The series, which was meant to be a prequel to the 2000 film of the same name, was given a 10-episode straight-to-series order by the Paramount Network last year, but now it looks lik

‘The Alienist: Angel of Darkness’ Review: More Thrills, Fewer Chills in a Solid Dakota Fanning-Led Second Season

It was hard for The Alienist to escape comparisons to “True Detective in 19th century New York,” as the first season of this macabre crime drama came out just on the tail end of the HBO detective show’s pop culture domination. Peop

‘Palm Springs’ Sets New Hulu Record With the Biggest Opening Weekend for the Streaming Platform

No, the buzz for Palm Springs that you’re seeing all over social media is not déja vu. After Max Barbakow‘s time loop romantic-comedy starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti debuted to glowing praise at the Sundance Film Festiv

How ‘First Cow’ Rewrites the Rules of the American Western For the Better

Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow opens with a quote from Romantic poet William Blake: “The bird a nest, the spider a web, man friendship.” In Blake’s estimation, these are the active creations of each species – as well as their homes and restin

US government drops online class restrictions for international students

The Trump administration has backpedaled on a policy that would have forced international college students to leave the US if their fall courseload was entirely online. A federal judge in Boston announced that the Department of Homeland Secu

Spotify expands to Russia and 12 other countries in eastern Europe

Spotify is expanding to 13 additional markets. Starting today, music fans in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine can check out the

Microsoft is patching a dangerous Windows DNS Server exploit

Security researchers have discovered a serious flaw in Windows’ Domain Name System software that users must patch immediately. Sagi Tzaik from Check Point found a way to run malicious code which can be used to hijack websites, intercept em

Massachusetts sues Uber and Lyft for identifying drivers as contractors

Following similar efforts in California over how ride-hailing drivers are classified, Massachusetts is suing Uber and Lyft for treating their drivers as independent contractors. State Attorney General Maura Healey contends that the ride-hail

'Paper Mario: The Origami King' is the ideal 'Animal Crossing' break

There’s fishing in Paper Mario: The Origami King. In at least one instance, Mario — paper-thin and outlined in white like a Lisa Frank sticker — can stop at the edge of a secluded dock, cast a line and wait for the shadows beneath the

Google expands Play Pass to nine countries beyond the US

Almost a year after Google introduced Play Pass on Android, it’s expanding the game and app subscription service outside of the US. It’ll be available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and the Unit

Google snaps up Stadia exclusives from Harmonix and Supermassive

During its Stadia Connect, Google had some news about some upcoming exclusives for the game streaming platform. Music game specialist Harmonix and Until Dawn studio Supermassive are working on titles that’ll only be on Stadia.Google didn

Stadia announces 16 upcoming games, including ‘Sekiro’ and ‘NBA 2K21’

Game streaming service Stadia has been criticized for its limited selection of games -- it currently has around 60 games available for purchase. But it’ll be adding 16 more, including some AAA titles, by the end of the year.One major title

Watch Google's Stadia Connect event here at 1PM ET

The Stadia library is seriously starting to take shape. Not only did Google just reveal that El Nino and indie smash hit Celeste are coming to the service, but during Ubisoft Forward this week, we learned more of that publisher’s titles ar

Apple's base 16-inch MacBook Pro is $400 off at Amazon

For the first time in about a month, Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro is back on sale at Amazon. Now you can save $400 on the base MacBook Pro, which brings the final price to $1,999.99. These models are discounted by $300 by default right now,

Peacock will come to the PlayStation 4 on July 20th

NBCUniversal’s new streaming service Peacock rolls out across the US tomorrow, and NBC is still adding to the list of the devices that Peacock will stream on. Beginning July 20th, Peacock will be available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation

Google Meet for Education will auto-block users who don't log in

Google Meet for Education wants to prevent “zoombombing.” G Suite for Education meetings will block anonymous users by default, the company announced today. Users will have to be logged in to a Google account to join a call. This should

In ‘Ghost of Tsushima,’ Sony saves PS4’s best for last

Sucker Punch hasn’t released a game since Infamous: First Light back in 2014. But the developer has not spent the six years since sitting idle. They’ve undertaken a herculean effort to produce one of the final AAA titles for the Playstat

Amazon's one-day Razer sale includes a $250 discount on the Blade Stealth

Today only, you can grab a bunch of Razer devices for less on Amazon. The sale includes things like gaming mice, keyboards, microphones and more, but two of the best deals are on the Razer Stealth 13 gaming laptop and the Kraken X headset. T

Spotify debuts podcast charts to let you know what's popular

Spotify has made a serious commitment to podcasts over the last few years, and today the streaming service is debuting its newest tool for listeners in 26 markets — including the US, UK, Mexico, Brazil, Sweden, Germany and Australia. Like

Lego's buildable NES console comes with a 'playable' game

Well, that didn't take long. Following yesterday’s tantalizing tweet, Lego has officially unveiled its brick-based replica of the iconic Nintendo Entertainment System (which just so happens to turn 37 tomorrow). As expected, the '

You can now build custom synths for the Sensel Morph

Sensel’s Morph is, by design, a bit of a shapeshifter. It can be a film editing bay, a drum machine, a drawing pad, etc... That malleability is getting another boost today with the announcement that it now integrates with Pure Data — the

Kano's $300 DIY Windows 10 PC Kit is finally ready

A little more than a year ago, Kano unveiled a colorful build-it-yourself tablet running Windows 10. But then the company went quiet and, well, we never knew if the product actually came out. The Kano PC was sold, it turns out, but only to a

SoundCloud now offers Dolby audio mastering for $5 per track

SoundCloud has been a popular place for creators and professional musicians to post demos, experiments and finished work. The company’s Pro Unlimited plan gives users more tools and info on their tracks, including the ability to schedule r

The UK will remove Huawei equipment from its 5G networks by 2027

The UK doesn’t want Huawei’s telecommunications equipment anymore. Oliver Dowden, the UK government’s culture secretary, said mobile operators shouldn’t buy the company’s 5G equipment from December 31st, 2020. “Once the telecoms

The Morning After: iPhone owners can sign up for 'batterygate' settlements

It’s not quite something out of Full Metal Alchemist, but these researchers can create wearable gadgets with just a piece of paper and a pencil. University of Missouri The gadgets degrade quickly, but with a 93 percent graphite pencil, y

News outlets will digitally watermark content to limit misinformation

In the run-up to the 2020 US election, a group of major media organizations will once again work together to try and clamp down on fake news. The Trusted News Initiative (TNI) is a coalition of blue-chip publishers and Microsoft which have p

Quibi can keep its 'Turnstyle' video feature during patent lawsuit

A California court has denied Eko’s motion for preliminary injunction against Quibi, which would have compelled the company to stop using its “Turnstyle” video feature. Eko, a New York-based interactive video company, accused Quibi of

Nintendo's Labo VR starter set drops to $20 at Best Buy

Switch fans looking to start or expand a Labo collection, take note: Best Buy has lowered the price of Nintendo’s VR starter set to $20, down from $40. The kit includes all the cardboard you need to turn your Switch into a VR headset and b

Your next White Castle slider could be cooked by a robot

While robotic short-order cooks have been in development for a few years, their use in actual customer-facing businesses has been largely restricted to either independent or gimmick restaurants. But that changes today as Miso Robotics, maker

DOOM PATROL Season 2 Cut Short By An Episode Due To COVID-19 Production Shut Down

While Doom Patrol is still in the midst of its second season, having aired five episodes thus far, it looks like we may not get proper closure on the season this year due to the global production shut down caused by the still ongoing coronavirus pa

RABID Directors Jen & Sylvia Soska To Helm Audio Horror Mobile Game Adaptation, UNSEEN

Jen and Sylvia Soska, who recently helmed a remake of David Cronenberg's 1977 classic Rabid, have signed on to write, direct and produce Unseen, which is based on the audio-only mobile adventure game BlindSide. Radar Pictures recently secured

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY's Alden Ehrenreich Knows Nothing About A Sequel, But Teases A Possible Return

Due to a well-publicised troubled production (not to mention a last-minute marketing campaign), Solo: A Star Wars Story underperformed when it was released, and led to Disney deciding to take a totally different approach to future Star Wars movies.

WONDER WOMAN 1984 Prologue Comic Book To Be Released By DC Comics This September

Time will tell whether Wonder Woman 1984 will be released on October 2nd as planned, but it's been confirmed today that a tie-in comic book will be coming our way in September, and will initially available exclusively at Walmart. The 32-page

No Lucasfilm At [email protected] As Event Organisers Ponder An Uncertain Future For SDCC

The organisers of the San Diego Comic-Con held off as long as they could, but this year's event was cancelled (and it's probably for the best when California has just brought back stricter lockdown measures with COVID-19 cases on the rise). T

MONSTER HUNTER Director Says His Movie's Beasts Are Even More Detailed Than JURASSIC WORLD

Last Friday, Monster Hunter became the latest Hollywood blockbuster to be delayed. While it was previously scheduled for a September 4th, 2020 release, the video game adaptation will now arrive in theaters on April 23rd, next year...well, assuming th

TENET: Christopher Nolan's Delayed Sci-Fi Movie Gets An Official Runtime

Given everything that's going on in the world (and specifically the United States) right now, it seems highly unlikely that we'll actually be sitting down to watch Tenet in theaters on August 12th. Director Christopher Nolan wants to be the f

SANDMAN Audible Drama Clip Features THOR: THE DARK WORLD's Kat Dennings As Death

The first episode of The Sandman Audible drama will be available from tomorrow, and thanks to EW we have a new clip which gives us a first listen to Thor: The Dark World actress Kat Dennings' interpretation of Death. The extended teaser is tak

SUPER MARIO: The LEGO Group Reveals LEGO Edition Of Classic Nintendo Entertainment System

Press Release   BILLUND, July 15, 2020 - The LEGO Group today announced a LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Building Kit for adults, letting grown-up fans create their own NES console with LEGO bricks. The new kit, the latest produ

HELSTROM First-Look Images Feature Tom Austen And Sydney Lemmon As The Supernatural Siblings

Hulu (via IGN) has unveiled the first official promo stills for Helstrom, which we recently found out is scheduled to premiere on the streaming service this October. The first trailer is expected to screen during the [email protected] digital event n

THE MANDALORIAN Star Giancarlo Esposito Always Knew The Child Would Be A Huge Hit With STAR WARS Fans

The Mandalorian's first season left Star Wars fans with a lot of unanswered questions, including what the Darksaber wielding Moff Gideon wants with the adorable Baby Yoda. Cloning appears to have something to do with it, and there's a lot of

Hugh Jackman Shares Funny Behind-The-Scenes Video To Mark X-MEN's 20th Anniversary

Although it's looked back on as somewhat of a mixed bag, the success of the first X-Men movie was a major reason for big studios deciding to take a chance on superhero adaptations after Batman and Robin essentially sounded the death knell for th

X-MEN: 20 Iconic Comic Book Moments We Need To See When Marvel Studios Reboots The Franchise (Part 1)

Today marks the 20th anniversary of X-Men's release in theaters, and while it's certainly fun to look back at the past, most fans are more interested in what Marvel Studios has planned for these mutants. Following the Disney/Fox merger, the

Today In Superhero Movie History: The First X-MEN Movie Arrived In Theaters Twenty Years Ago

X-Men was released in theaters on July 14th, 2000, and it's fair to say that the movie served as a game-changer for the superhero genre. While Blade beat it to the punch, it was Bryan Singer's take on superheroes which made Hollywood sit up a

Marvel Entertainment And ReedPOP Launch New MARVEL MADE Platform For Marvel's Biggest Fans

Press Release New York, NY – July 14, 2020 – Today, Marvel Entertainment unveiled the launch of MARVEL MADE, a new online platform powered by ReedPOP that will offer an exclusive line of prestige Marvel products made to superserve Marvel’s b

THE MATRIX Cinematographer Blames Stanley Kubrick Book For The Two "Mind-Numbing" Sequels

Stanley Kubrick died in 1999 (the same year that The Matrix was released), but the legendary filmmaker has now been blamed for the poorly received sequels, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. Cinematographer Bill Pope has shed some light

WONDER WOMAN 1984 Star Gal Gadot To Star In Spy Thriller Penned By Comic Book Writer Greg Rucka

According to Discussing Film, Gal Gadot is in talks to take on the lead role in an upcoming untitled spy thriller from Skydance. There aren't many specifics right now, but it sounds like the plan is for this to be an action franchise for the Won

JOKER Is Currently The Most Popular Movie Streaming On HBO Max

COVID-19 sucks for everyone...except streaming services! The likes of Netflix and Disney+ have reported record numbers of subscribers, and HBO Max appears to have also got off to a good start. It helps that there are no new movies in theaters, of cou

California Moves To Close Down All Movie Theaters As COVID-19 Cases In The State Surge

With COVID-19 continuing to spread across the United States, more drastic measures have been taken to combat the virus. Now, one state key to new movies being released in the coming months has had to re-implement some drastic lockdown measures due to

LUKE CAGE Showrunner Reveals Why Mahershala Ali's Cottonmouth Was Killed Off So Soon

The first seven episodes of Luke Cage were among the best you could hope to find on television, and much of that can be credited to Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali's incredible portrayal of Cottonmouth. One of the best villains to ever appear in the

Linked: That Team with That Name no More

Visit Link The Washington Redskins have FINALLY decided to change their name an

Noted: New Logo and Identity for Alight by Stockholm Design Lab

“A Light Touch” (Est. 2013, previously Eneo) "Alight is the leading solar Power Purchase Agreement provi

Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Degreed done In-house

“See the World through Blue-colored Glasses” Established in 2012, Degreed is an online platform

Shopify Guide For Beginners: Features, Pricing, And Getting Started With Your Online Shop

There’s no better way to sell online than Shopify. It’s one of the safest online selling platforms and it comes with an easy-to-use administration panel. Over 400,000 merchants use Shopify for their... Click through to read the rest of the story

Amazon, Google, Microsoft sued over photos in facial recognition database - CNET

The plaintiffs allege that the tech giants used people's pictures obtained without permission to train their technologies.

2021 Ford Bronco price: Here's how much the 2-door and 4-door cost - Roadshow

Ford's new Bronco is slightly more expensive than Jeep's Wrangler, but we're thinking it'll be worth it.

The 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition is sold out - Roadshow

All 3,500 reservation slots for the most expensive version of the new SUV have already been claimed.

2021 Ford Bronco Sport is a tiny-tough small SUV - Roadshow

Ford's new Bronco Sport has car bones, but rugged ambitions.

2021 Ford Bronco 2-Door looks to be an off-road warrior - Roadshow

Ford's new Bronco comes in a rugged-looking 2-Door trim that's ready to hit the trails.

2021 Ford Bronco 4-Door: Hit the trails, bring your friends - Roadshow

Ford's new Bronco is bringing the heat. Watch out, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

The two-door 2021 Ford Bronco has the Jeep Wrangler in its sights - Roadshow

This reborn vehicle looks like a serious off-roader and, fortunately, it has more than enough hardware to back that up.

The 2021 Ford Bronco four-door can comfortably fit your family and friends - Roadshow

This body-on-frame beast offers up to 11.5 inches of ground clearance and tires up to 35 inches in diameter.

Check out the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport in the flesh - Roadshow

We got an up-close look at Ford's new baby Bronco and came away suitably impressed.

Space calendar 2020: Every rocket launch, Mars mission, meteor shower and more - CNET

Here's everything significant happening on the launch pad and beyond the atmosphere this year.

Joe Biden wants to resurrect Cash for Clunkers, with an electric spin - Roadshow

The former vice president also wants the government to transition its entire fleet to EVs and build half a million charging stations.

Facebook reportedly ready to begin streaming music videos - CNET

Licensing rights currently prohibit record label artists from running full-length music videos on the site.

NBC's Peacock: Prices, launch date, discounts, devices, shows and movies - CNET

Peacock launches Wednesday with 20,000 hours of programming, and two-thirds of it is free -- but still no word on Roku or Fire TV. Here's everything you need to know.

New type of supernova sends exploding star speeding across the Milky Way - CNET

Scientists think a binary star system may have had a dramatic split resulting in some real cosmic fireworks.

Save $200 on a Vizio Dolby Atmos 5.1.4-channel speaker system - CNET

Get out your Costco card, because this four-piece kit includes a 10-inch subwoofer, four upfiring speakers and built-in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Chromecast, all for $580.

UVC technology takes off as the new way to disinfect - CNET

CNET's Now What finds at tech once limited to hospitals and institutions is coming home.

How Uber and Lyft battled Seattle over minimum wage for drivers - CNET

As the city looked into how much drivers should be paid, the ride-hailing companies commissioned their own study, which painted a rosier picture.

2021 Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series busts in with 720 hp and GT3-derived aero - Roadshow

The latest GT Black Series swaps in a flat-plane crankshaft to boost power, and yeah, it's totally still a race car for the street.

Airstream's new Basecamp 20 and 20x trailers are bigger and more comfy, but still rugged - Roadshow

The 20 and 20x will be sold alongside the original Basecamp, now known as Basecamp 16.

Airstream Basecamp 20 and 20x gain a little size and a lot of comfort - Roadshow

The Basecamp is still a rugged little adventure trailer, though. Just one that's easier to live with.

FCA recalls nearly 1 million cars over flying steering wheel badges - Roadshow

If the airbag deploys, the badges can become "projectiles" and possibly harm passengers.


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