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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: At 40, still one of the greats of science fiction cinema

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (PG, 113mins) Directed by Nicholas Meyer ****½ “Don’t be upset, Admiral. It’s logic. The needs of the greatest number prevail. “The needs of the few.” “Or this one. I have never passed the Kobayashi Maru test until now. What do you think of …

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This is the story of the most expensive movie ever made

In what was supposed to be China’s response to the groundbreaking success of James Cameron’s epic Avatar, the never-before-seen 3D action-adventure fantasy Deep Empires remains a confusing but intriguing mystery. Cameron’s blockbuster film ran for fifteen years, with the Oscar-winning director beginning development on the visual spectacle in 1994. With …

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Midnight Mass creator would love to direct a Star Wars Sith movie

Midnight Mass director Mike Flanagan reveals to fans that he would like to one day direct a Star Wars movie that focuses on the Sith. Midnight Mass creator/director Mike Flanagan took to social media to express his interest in directing a star wars film centered on the Sith. The influential …

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Lego Games Keep Movie Ties Alive

Arkham City is considered the best Batman game of all time. Hell, some fanatics even call it the number one superhero game. Wrong. You have it all wrong. The award goes to Lego Marvel Superheroes Where Batman Begins, and probably the latter. I don’t make the rules. Christian Bale in …

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‘Death on the Nile’ and the movie star’s strange case called off

There are many mysteries swirling in and around Death on the Nile, director-star Kenneth Branagh’s second attempt, after 2017 Murder on the Orient Expresss, to sell Agatha Christie’s master detective, Hercule Poirot – and by extension, a larger Poirotverse – to a new generation of older people. (Let’s face it …

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NYTimes Crossword Answer: Devices in Atomic Clocks

SUNDAY PUZZLE – This is Stephen McCarthy’s third extravagant Sunday puzzle for The Times in less than a year, a trend interrupted by a Thursday last December. He is such a prolific theme builder that he must be one of those creators who dream of themes. Mr. McCarthy is originally …

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Universal sued for cutting Ana de Armas scenes from yesterday’s movie

Ana de Armas fans are suing Universal Studios for not featuring the actress in the movie Yesterday, despite its use in promotional material. Ana de Armas fans have sued Universal Studios after the actress failed to appear in Yesterday, despite their appearance in promotional materials. Yesterday is a 2019 musical …

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The Santa Clause: Tim Allen to reprise movie role for Disney+ series – TV shows canceled + renewed

Tim Allen will once again fill Santa’s boots. Disney+ has ordered a new limited series based on film franchise and Allen will reprise his role as Scott Calvin, a divorced father who eventually transforms into a beloved resident of the North Pole. It is not yet known if other actors …

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Best 2010s Sci-Fi Movies Ranked

Science fiction films are almost as old as the cinema itself, starting with the George Melies short of 1902 A trip to the moon. There is something fun about imagining yourself in a galaxy far, far away, or on Earth myriads of years into the future. The genre is valued …

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What is an MMORPG? – Fossbytes

The world of video games is constantly changing, with new games every year; some fail to have a profound impact on fans, while others remain. The same goes for video game categories; some categories attract more people to them, while others stumble to get noticed. However, we are going to …

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The surprising story of UFOs and science fiction in the Muslim world

At first glance, a historic photo of King Faisal of Saudi Arabia is nothing out of the ordinary. Until you notice Jedi Master Yoda, a character from the popular “Star Wars” universe, hovering over the king’s shoulder. Yoda is so imperceptible that the altered image of the 1945 United Nations …

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Nine Reasons Die Hard Is Truly A Christmas Movie

It’s that time of year to squat down to watch a Christmas movie with the family – and to host the annual debate on whether Die Hard actually counts for one. This debate has now become, in some circles of movie history, such an important question as to the meaning …

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Science fiction helps analyze reality and anticipate the future

Sharjah 24: Emirati novelist Noura Al Noman, winner of the 2013 Etisalat Prize for Arabic Children’s Literature in the Young Adult Books category, pointed out that the genre of science fiction is rooted in advanced scientific concepts and technical developments that help both analyze reality and anticipate the future. Speaking …

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Shang-Chi’s deleted scene explains a key mystery

Shang-Chi’s deleted scenes include new dialogue that sheds light on some of the film’s mysteries, like the one who sent Shang-Chi his postcard at the start. A deleted scene in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings explains one of the film’s main mysteries regarding the titular hero’s reunion …

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How a sci-fi novel written in Scotland could help people explore real science and the cosmos

These words are instantly recognizable to most people as the opening setting for the hit Star Wars movie series. And hardly anyone has heard of Captain Kirk, Ripley or Hal the computer Register now to our daily newsletter Newsletter cut through the noise The popularity of science fiction films and …

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Zack Snyder’s Rebel Moon filming reportedly started in March 2022

Writer / director Zack Snyder’s upcoming Star Wars-inspired sci-fi epic Rebel Moon is set to begin filming in March of next year. Director Zack Snyder’s next sci-fi epic, Rebellious moon, will begin filming in March of next year. After his work bringing comics to life courtesy of Watchmen, Man of …

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Sea monster size comparison lines up aquatic sci-fi beasts

Sci-fi universes are often teeming with ocean worlds and aquatic beasts. Despite their ubiquity, however, it’s hard to say which sci-fi aquatic monsters should (theoretically) scare us the most. A new video comparing the heights of YouTuber and host MetaBallStudios ocean sci-fi villains now makes sense to us, thankfully. And …

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Every Kate Beckinsale action movie ranked from worst to best

Shaking Star Kate beckinsale is no stranger to the genre of action, but how many Underground world Are the many efforts of the star in the genre worth the detour? Kate Beckinsale recently returned to screens with Shaking, an action comedy starring Jai Courtney. With a wild premise that borrows …

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How Ed’s speech ruins the whole movie

Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead is a unique and surprising entry into the zombie movie genre, but Ed’s speech at the start ruins the whole movie. Edgar Wright’s Zombie Comedy Shaun of the Dead subtly spoils the whole movie from the start with Ed Winchester’s speech. Released in 2004, …

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The bad movies where no one survives

The fourth and fifth Wrong Turn films have the rare slasher franchise distinction of being two sequels where only villains survive the action. In a rare fate even among horror franchises, the fourth and fifth Wrong turn the movies manage to leave no character alive to see the next episode …

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29 unpopular movie reviews

“I never understood all the hatred for this movie.” We asked members of the BuzzFeed community to share an opinion on an unpopular, but positive, film that elicits this reaction: Here are some of the best and funniest: 1. “Moana is the best Disney movie. Period.” 2. “Galaxy Quest is …

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16 wild Hollywood movie set experiences

Note to self: never, ever visit a horror movie set. From high-rise gorillas to shark-infested tornadoes, the film industry has surely served us with plenty of crazy stories. However, sometimes Hollywood’s craziest stories come from behind the scenes. Here are 16 of the craziest cast and crew experiences on set: …

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Everything we know about adaptation

Mass Effect is one of the most beloved (and controversial) video game series of all time, so it makes sense that a film adaptation of the world was announced in 2010. Mass Effect is a Sci-Fi Action / Adventure RPG, created by Preston Watamaniuk, Drew Karpyshyn and Casey Hudson, and …

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Summer Movie Preview: 30 Great Movies To Watch

Yes, Virginie, there will be a summer movie season this year. It won’t be quite what it was before the pandemic, when blockbuster after blockbuster after blockbuster scrambled for space on a crowded schedule. But with vaccines widely available, the easing of mask mandates, and the lifting of restrictions on …

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Zack Snyder “Would Love” to Direct Star Wars Movie

Like most other filmmakers in Hollywood, Zack Snyder says he would love to be photographed Star wars functionality. After arguments with Warner Brothers during the development of Justice League, the beloved director isn’t sure he could pull off a whole production with Lucasfilm because of the ratings and direction he …

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10 best movies like Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse

Content Warning: Some of these articles contain discussions about violence and murder Prime Video Without remorse is Tom Clancy’s latest creation that turned into a movie and thrives in the world of Ryanverse franchise. Starring Michael B. Jordan, the film follows a former Navy SEAL, who seeks revenge on the …

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Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce: May 4

May 4, 2021 For many science fiction enthusiasts, today is commonly known as Star Wars Day. For Gwinnett’s bedroom, today eclipses a year of COVID-free return to work. Fourteen months ago, the world counted with a global pandemic that reinvented almost every aspect of life: family, friends, work, health, spirituality …

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