Guy Pearce and Rebecca Hall Talk IRON MAN 3, Collaborating With Shane Black, Script Changes, Family Reactions After Getting Cast, and More

With writer-director Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3 now playing around the world and opening in America this weekend, I recently got to speak with the cast and filmmakers here in Los Angeles.  During my video interview with Guy ...
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It’s Like Star Trek, You’re Kirk/Picard, it’s for the iPhone – Kotaku

Star Command is like Game Dev Story. Only instead of running a games studio, you’re running a starship, its crew, and dealing with aliens. So, yes, it’s an exciting prospect. It’s essentially Star Trek without...
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Emilia Clarke to Star in James Franco’s THE GARDEN OF LAST DAYS; Logan Lerman Joins Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf in FURY

Two up-and-comers landed roles of note tonight: Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) signed on to star in The Garden of Last Days.  James Franco will direct and co-star in the adaptation of the novel by Andre Dubus III that “expl...
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Dota 2 update adds Elder Titan, revamps UI

0 Add to My News Story by Brenna Hillier Thu, May 02, 2013 | 06:42 BST Tweet Valve has issued a new patch for Dota 2 adding a whole new hero along with various user-friendly tweaks. According to the Elder Titan’s wiki page, o...
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‘Walk and Bike to School Day’ promotes healthy living

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Pascal still an advantage for some iOS, Android developers

Many developers have come across Pascal early on in their careers, usually introduced as an old language to learn on. It’s not surprising then that many consider Delphi, which can be considered a descendent of an object-o...
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HEALTHBEAT: Not ‘Star Trek’ tricorder, but new smartphone tools may help …

Heart OK? Put your fingers in the right spot, and the squiggly rhythm of an EKG appears on the phone’s screen. Plug in a few more devices and you could have photos of your eardrum (Look, no infection!) and the back of your ey...
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Google Glass 2: Allow us to turn it off

As I mentioned in my post yesterday regarding the potential “evil” implications of “rooted” or “jailbroken” Glass headsets in the wild, there will almost certainly be licensed implementations...
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Only 50 layers left on Molyneux’s Curiosity cube, dead clown inside starting to smell

It’s taken a few months, but we’re finally nearing the end of Peter Molyneux’s grand experiment – only 50 layers remain on the giant onion that is Curiosity – What’s Inside the Cube? Like a big game of Pass the Parc...
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Al Pacino Has Manglehorn

David Gordon Green’s productivity amazes me. Not only is he promoting Prince Avalanche while wrapping up production on Joe (starring Nicolas Cage), but he’s also begun planning his newest film Manglehorn, and he wants Acade...
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Bradley Cooper Departs Jane Got a Gun

It’s difficult not to root for Jane Got a Gun, the independent Western being produced by and starring Natalie Portman, which has been absolutely plagued by problems in the months leading up to – and following – the schedu...
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Study Suggests Movie Trailers Reveal Too Much

In news that should be surprising to absolutely no one, a new survey finds that half of movie viewers think trailers give away all the best scenes in a movie. What’s next, a survey that discovers most people find visiting the...
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Ian McDiarmid Remembers His First Day as the Star Wars Emperor

Ian McDiarmid remembers his time as the most heinous person in George Lucas’ universe. “Return of the Jedi” star Ian McDiarmid played Emperor Palpatine, the vilest of villains in George Lucas’ “Sta...
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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Lives Again

The adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith‘s novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has inspired countless undead puns with its talent troubles.  Natalie Portman was originally attached to star, but dropped out (she is still produ...
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Michael B. Jordan in Talks for Fantastic Four

Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot is slated to hit theatres in 2015, so casting is likely going to fall into place very soon. The latest actor rumoured to be up for a role in the film is Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan, wh...
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Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver Rumored for Avengers 2

Watch out — she’s armed. Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow have been hoping to get Tony Stark’s ladylove Pepper Potts into some armor ever since the second Iron Man movie, fulfilling the character’s comic book evolu...
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Three more games get Greenlit: Edge of Space, Papers, Please and Venetica

The crowd has spoken once more. The latest batch of games to be given the Greenlight seal of popularity/approval are the terrific-looking space-shark sandbox Edge of Space, checkpoint simulator (it’s more exciting than it sou...
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Cloudbuilt built this city on jetpacks and wall-running, as this trailer demonstrates

If I was the Prince of Persia – and some day I may be – I’d be a bit miffed watching this trailer of the upcoming 3D platformer/racer Cloudbuilt. All those years spent practicing wall-running have been rendered moot by a ...
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JJ Abrams: There’s no overlap between Star Wars and Star Trek

JJ Abrams has always been a big fan of Star Wars – but not Star Trek (Picture: Getty) JJ Abrams has revealed he doesn’t think there will be any ‘overlap’ between the sci-fi universes of Star Wars and Star Trek. The film...
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Armed Telescope

05/02/13 at 9:36 am I was curious to what is an “Armed Telescope”: By SHÂN ROSS Published on 10/10/2012 02:29 ~ http://www.scotsman.com/the-scotsman/scotland/24-armed-telescope-could-unlock-universe-s-secrets-1-256...
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‘Star Trek’ game sets phasers on dumb

“Star Trek” (Namco Bandai/Paramount, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $59.99) takes that notorious Kirk-Gorn showdown and stretches it out to an eight-hour adventure. The game, alas, doesn’t have any of the lo...
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