Call of Duty is going back to World War II, and to no one’s surprise, this means you’ll have the chance to take on waves of undead Nazi soldiers. Publisher Activision and its Sledgehammer Games studio unveiled Call of Duty: World War II today. The game is due to launch in November (unless World War III starts […]
It’s Friday, which means it’s NGB Podcast time! Join Ben, Gari and Deb as they talk about: Star Wars Battlefront 2! The death of the NES Mini! :( Little Nightmares! Stardew Valley! And a whole bundle of news, as well as your listener...Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: After taking more than a year to reroute the Rivers of America to make way for Star Wars land, Disneyland will reopen the attractions closed by that project this summer. The new river is shorter, meaning quicker trips for the Mark Twain Riverboat and Sailing Ship Columbia. Show More Summary
During the Cold War, the world went MAD, which means "mutually assured destruction." The concept meant that if your nukes were deployed at my country, ours would automatically be deployed at yours. The technology developed for this fatalistic deterrence system is still around today, as far as we know. Show More Summary
The intergalactic celebration may be over in Orlando, Florida for now. But that does not mean we need to stop paying recognition to some of the best costumes to come out of this […] The post Cosplay Round Up: Star Wars Celebration appeared first on Geek.com.
“This is by no means the end of what we're doing in animation," said executive producer Dave Filoni as he introduced a trailer for the upcoming episodes. read more
For the longest, Star Wars movies have been within the “Skywalker Saga.” This means that they have centered on a member of the Skywalker family as they deal with the forces of good versus evil, the Jedi versus the Sith and other variables. Originally, there was supposed to be 9 films, The Prequel Trilogy, The […]
Ever since the title for Star Wars: The Last Jedi was announced in January, fans have speculated over its meaning. Who is The Last Jedi? Is this word being used in the singular or in the plural? We may not have an answer right now, but we do have something else to wonder about in regard to this upcoming blockbuster... ... Show More Summary
James Jay Carafano Security, Strategically, there appears to be a shift in this administration’s plans to fight the war in Afghanistan. Why did America just drop the mother of all bombs? There is the glib answer: Because we can. Then there is the technical answer: Because it was right for the job. The U.S. Show More Summary
If you ever need proof that growing up doesn’t mean you have to give up your Star Wars fetish, this bedding set is it. It has a bit more of a sophisticated look to it than…
Earlier in her career, “Reese Witherspoon” and “rom-com” frequently occupied the same sentence. Between 2002 and 2012, she made “Sweet Home Alabama,” “Just Like Heaven,” “Four Christmases,” “How Do You Know” and “This Means War.” During that same time period, the romantic comedy genre largely dried up, at least in comparison to the ‘90s. Show More Summary
We know there were a lot of changes made to Rogue One, be that in the script phase, the shooting phase, or the edit phase. That means a pile of stuff ended up not making the final cut. The movie is finally out on DVD and Blu-ray this week, but there were no additional scenes there. So we’ve assembled every bit of… Read more...
Aleks Paunovic, whose credits include This Means War and Syfy’s Van Helsing, has joined Studio Canal’s revenge thriller Hard Powder, with Liam Neeson toplining. Neeson plays a father seeking to take down those responsible for his son’s murder. Show More Summary
Out this week: Marlena by Julie Buntin; American War by Omar El Akkad; What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah; Kingdom of the Young by Edie Meidav; No One Is Coming to Save Us by Stephanie Powell Watts; and Living in the Weather of the World by Richard Bausch. Show More Summary
General Joseph Votel, U.S. CENTCOM commander, testified to the House Armed Services Committee this week that the greatest destabilizing force in the Middle East is Iran, and that the U.S. must be prepared to use “military means” to confront and defeat the Iranian threat to the region. No doubt Iran is a pest to U.S. Show More Summary
We're past the big Apple "Celebrating Indies" promotion, but that doesn't mean things are slowing down on the App Store. As usual, this "regular" week is packed with tons of big releases. Gameloft's newest Gangstar is out of soft launch, as is the first real Dynasty Warriors game for mobile. Oh and KAMI 2 was
Well, today is Smoke and Mirrors Day, which means it's a great day to tip your top hat towards whatever magicians or illusionists you might know in your life. Also, curiously, in this day in history back in 2004 Ireland was the first country to ban smoking in bars, but still presumably allowing mirrors. Anyway,
This week we looked at what the US Senate’s vote against internet privacy actually means, learned about the little-known perils of stale rice, prepared for the worst case scenario of actual nuclear war, and more. On the plus side, there’s new Netflix movies. Everything is fine! Read more...
Sites of ancient conflicts reignite a debate over when members of our species first took up arms against each other.
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