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Here’s The First Teaser Trailer Of Star Wars: Episode 9

You know it is coming and now, here’s a taste of what is to come this Christmas. The first teaser trailer for Star Wars: Episode IX is here and along with it, the movie’s name: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. If you don’t already know, episode 9 will be the concluding movie of the Skywalker saga started over 40 years ago. Obviously, having spent $4.05 billion in cash and stock to acquire Lucasfilm, Disney is not about to lay to rest this super lucrative revenue generator that also has an enormous fan base – more so when the franchise’s financial performance to date has been positive. Continue reading Here’s The First Teaser Trailer Of Star Wars: Episode 9

Sony Brought A Surreal Robotic Experience To Milan Design Week

I am not going lie. When I first saw this news release from Sony, I don’t know what to make of it. As I read more and watched the trailer of this so-called Affinity in Autonomy exhibition currently happening at the Milan Design Week 2019, it become apparent that this is exactly as the post title: a surreal robotic experience. Continue reading Sony Brought A Surreal Robotic Experience To Milan Design Week

Vegas’ Fountains Of Bellagio Taken Over By Game Of Thrones

Game of Thrones main soundtrack is possibly the most beautiful piece ever written for a television series. Though I have to say that I find that the grandeur does quite seem fit the theme of the series. Anywho… not withstanding my point of view, I am kind of captivated by what HBO, MGM Resorts and WET Design have done with the Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas. The three companies have come together to bring an impressive fountain show unlike no other. Continue reading Vegas’ Fountains Of Bellagio Taken Over By Game Of Thrones

Alien: The Play Proved That Any Movie Can Be Turned Into A Stage Play

It looks like if you are contemplating turning Prometheus or even Die Hard into a play, it is not entirely farfetched as proven by students and teachers of North Bergen High School in U.S. state of New Jersey. Around 16 students and three teachers from the school’s drama club, scripted, produced and performed a play based on Ridley Scott’s 1979 sci-fi horror flick, Alien. Continue reading Alien: The Play Proved That Any Movie Can Be Turned Into A Stage Play

Watch The First Official Trailer Of Dora And The lost City Of Gold

If you don’t already know, there is going to be a Dora the Explorer Live Action movie coming this August. Yes. That Dora. The somewhat popular American educational cartoon TV series by Nickelodeon that didn’t last more than two years is coming to the silver screen. I couldn’t believe it myself, but you know what? I think it may just be bigger than the short-lived animated series. IMHO, it is like the youth version of Lara Croft. Here’s the gist of the story: Continue reading Watch The First Official Trailer Of Dora And The lost City Of Gold

Google Honors J.S. Bach With First AI-powered Google Doodle

Google search has grown so big that it has a team that specializes in creating temporary alteration of the logo on Google’s homepages to commemorate holidays, events, achievements and notable historical figures. Yes. That thing that most of us wouldn’t have paid attention anyways. It is called Google Doodle. Today’s Doodle is a little special and the first for Google. Today is the day when Baroque period composer extraordinaire, Johann Sebastian Bach, was born. Continue reading Google Honors J.S. Bach With First AI-powered Google Doodle

Google’s New Gaming Platform Could End All Existing Gaming Platforms

It is safe to say most modern people’s life revolves around Google. We rely on Google to get to places. We turn to Google for information. We get entertained by it too. The list just go on and on. Thank goodness that they have sold the robotic company to Softbank, if not we would be using Google robots in future too. Anywho, as if Google haven’t already overwhelm our day to day life, it now wants a piece of video gaming too with a new video game platform called Stadia. Continue reading Google’s New Gaming Platform Could End All Existing Gaming Platforms

Tennis Esport Returns For Second Edition And Yes, It Is A Thing

If you haven’t already heard, Tennis esport is a thing. In fact, it is more than a thing. It even has a gaming tournament that is now on its second edition. Roland Garros, BNP Paribas and BIGBEN have announced the second edition of the Roland-Garros eSeries by BNP Paribas, which will see competitive esport athletes pitting their virtual tennis skills against each other on a pre-release version of the latest Tennis World Tour – Roland-Garros Edition video game. Continue reading Tennis Esport Returns For Second Edition And Yes, It Is A Thing

Lucas the Spider Is Sweet Enough To Wash Out The Soapy Aftertaste

Originally, we felt like giving this too-sweet-for-our-glucose-level animated short a pass, but after writing about the ewwww-worthy post about soap tasting, I think Lucas the Spider animation sounds like the sweet treat we need to balance out the soapy after taste (even though we have never tasted soap). If you are unaware, Lucas the Spider is an adorable animated character created by animator Josh Slice, named after and voiced by Slice’s nephew. Continue reading Lucas the Spider Is Sweet Enough To Wash Out The Soapy Aftertaste

LEGO Built An Actual Coffee Shop With LEGO Bricks In London

Earlier today, London was abuzz with The LEGO Movie 2 promotion with the aid of an unlikely structure: a pop-up coffee shop that was made from real LEGO elements. The pop-up cafe called The Coffee Chain, which was inspired by the cafe in the movie, will be be at London’s Observation Point in South Bank for two days. But for some folks, the real draw ain’t the LEGO brick cafe, or the LEGO cupcakes; it was The LEGO Movie 2 voice actors, Chris Pratt and Tiffany Haddish who are behind the voice of Emmet and Queen Whatevra Wa’Nabi, respectively. Continue reading LEGO Built An Actual Coffee Shop With LEGO Bricks In London