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'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas' Updated with ReplayKit and 64-Bit Support

ReplayKit is Apple's system level solution for streaming and recording the action that happens on your iOS device, and is there any game that's more well-suited for the sharing of antics than Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas [$6.99]? The answer is "no" or at the very least, "probably not." If you feel that way

Watch this poor AI trying to learn to drive in GTA 5

GTA 5's San Andreas is a rough place to do your drivers education, especially if you're a neural network with four stars and absolutely no understanding of traffic laws

New Vegan Cookbook by Andrea Bertoli [Press Release]

  Gettin’ Saucy Makes Healthy Eating Sassier, Saucier A new cookbook from vegan chef Andrea Bertoli San Francisco, CA: Gettin’ Saucy: 40 Recipes to Make your Meals Sassier and Sexier is the first cookbook from Andrea Bertoli, a vegan chef, educator and writer. Show More Summary

The 7 Types of People Who Should Consider Using Outdoor Rugs Indoors

Amanda's "Polished Bohemian" San Francisco Studio (Image credit: Andrea Posadas) Rugs can be a royal pain. While they most definitely can pull a room together, deciding on the right one for your space can sometimes tear things apart (i.e. Show More Summary

While You Were Sleeping

Grab a coffee or tea and unwind a little with these stories. Here’s A Brief Look At The Maps Coming In Call Of Duty Zombie Chronicles • Someone Actually Ate That Famous (And Giant) GTA San Andreas Fast Food Order • Thousands Of Sims Players Want Their Characters To Have A Skin Condition More »      

Steve Lopez: Earthquake denial gets a lot harder when you stand on top of the San Andreas fault

I had never stood directly on top of the San Andreas fault. Not to my knowledge, anyway, but as a California native, I’ve probably stumbled over it a time or two. So I jumped at the chance to tour the fault with geophysicist Lucy Jones, the queen of quakes and go-to authority on why the ground...

Someone Actually Ate That Famous (And Giant) GTA San Andreas Fast Food Order

Last year, some people became obsessed with a decades-old fast food order that happens in GTA San Andreas. And now, a competitive eater tracked down all the food in real life, ordered it, and then tried to eat it all in one sitting. Read more...

Matt Stonie Eats Big Smoke’s 9050 Calorie Drive Thru Order From Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Competitive Eater Matt “Megatoad” Stonie took on an interesting new food challenge by eating an insane 9050 calorie drive-thru order that was made by Big Smoke in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas video game. Here is Big Smoke’s original order. Show More Summary

The plot of the Rampage movie sounds a lot more serious than it should

It kind of sucks we're still waiting on a great videogame adaptation, and by the sounds of the upcoming Rampage film, we're going to wait a lot longer. Directed by Brad Peyton (San Andreas), and starring Dwayne Johnson and Malin Ackerman,...Show More Summary

‘Rampage’ Photo: Dwayne Johnson as Animal Lover Davis Okoye

Brad Peyton (San Andreas) has started shooting his adaptation of Rampage, based on Midway’s classic and repetitive 1986 video arcade game. Since the game is only about monsters wreaking havoc on buildings, the movie gives Peyton and the screenwriters, including Carlton Cuse (Bates Motel), the freedom to tell the story they want to tell. Show More Summary

Official ‘Rampage’ Synopsis Revealed as Production Begins

Production is officially underway on New Line Cinema’s action adventure Rampage, featuring global megastar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The film reteams Johnson with San Andreas director Brad Peyton as filming commenced today in Atlanta, for an April 20, 2018 release. Over the past week, there has been a ton of speculating as to what the […]

Hollywood's open-and-shut take on earthquakes isn't so far-fetched

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

If you sat through movies like 2012 or San Andreas, you probably remember scenes where the ground cracks wide open, sending people, cars and buildings tumbling down into an abyss, before the gap snaps shut like the jaws of some huge hungry beast. Show More Summary

‘Rampage’ Plot Details Pit The Rock Against Massive Monsters

This movie is going to be ridiculous. And I mean that as a compliment. Principal photography recently began on San Andreas director Brad Peyton’s Rampage, which is indeed an adaptation of the 1986 arcade game from Bally Midway. The game centered on a giant gorilla, alligator and wolf wreaking havoc on major cities across the United […]

Lessons from Parkfield help predict continued fault movements after earthquakes

A new study shows that the San Andreas Fault continued to slip gradually for six to twelve years after the 2004 magnitude 6.0 Parkfield, California earthquake, raising the issue of continued damage to structures built across fault zones after damaging earthquakes. Show More Summary

New Discoveries About San Andreas Fault Afterslip Shed Light on Earthquake Risk

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

The fault continued to slip for 12 years after the 2004 Parkfield earthquake—a level of movement that has major implications for the Hayward Fault, which is set to rupture near San Francisco.

Eckhart Evacuates Demons in Mundane, Vexing 'Incarnate'

Directed by: Brad Peyton; Runtime: 91 minutes Grade: D+ The actor who plays young Bruce Wayne in Gotham, David Masouz, gets possessed by evil spirits for the second time in the span of a year in Incarnate, San Andreas director Brad Peyton's latest offering to that sect of horror cinema. Show More Summary

Ungradeable Backyard, Frisco, Just a Few Miles from the San Andreas Fault

TweetThis is the high-rent district of Sea Cliff, where you can’t expect much from your backyard except making sure your house doesn’t slide away during the next Big One:

LA Residents Won't Like New San Andreas Prediction

Californians may expect the earth to move, but a new study of the San Andreas Fault suggests that the LA area is overdue for a Big One. The study by the US Geological Survey of a section of the fault in the Grapevine area found that major quakes strike there...

‘Kong: Skull Island’ Conquering ‘Logan’ For Top Spot At B.O. With $53M – Midday Update

2ND Update Midday: Warner Bros./Legendary’s Kong: Skull Island is floating toward a $20M Friday –that’s 37% better Pacific Rim‘s first day ($14.6M) and $500K shy of San Andreas ($20.5M) — which points the monster pic toward an opening weekend of $53M. Show More Summary

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