Broken down, point by point, Attack on Titan: End of the World is far closer to what Attack on Titan fans claimed to want from a live-action adaptation of their beloved manga. It delves deeper into the mysteries behind the Titans, the...Show More Summary
Veritasium visited Arizona’s Titan Missile Museum – a former nuclear missile silo for a sobering simulation of a nuclear missile launch. The warhead in the former silo’s Titan II missile was 650 times stronger than Little Boy.
At the height of the cold war, America's underground was rife with dozens of hidden nuclear missile units. Some of these systems contained Titan II missiles, which carried the largest, single nuclear warhead of any missile of its kind in history — a record that stands today. Show More Summary
James Horner died on June 22nd at 61, leaving behind an incredible body of work. Numerous tributes covered his biggest assignments: "Titanic," "Avatar" and "Aliens" for James Cameron alone; "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan"; "Braveheart"; and a wealth of affection for "Commando"’s mad Industrial Calypso sound. Show More Summary
New footage will be added to the ending that links the compilation film to the long-awaited second season of the blockbuster anime.
Composer James Horner defined the sound of Hollywood in the 1980s and ’90s, scoring the likes of Titanic, Braveheart, Aliens, Apollo 13, Clear And Present Danger, Field Of Dreams, Glory, and Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan. He died Monday morning when his turboprop plane crashed into a field in Santa Barbara County. Show More Summary
James Horner wrote the scores for a host of successful movies, among them Titanic, Braveheart, Field of Dreams, Aliens, Apollo 13, Avatar, and Star Trek II and III.
The legendary composer of Aliens, Braveheart, Titanic, Avatar, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, The Rocketeer, Willow, Cocoon, 48 Hrs and many, many more has died in a tragic plane crash. Read the full article on AICN Hey, guys. Quint here to talk a little about the late, great James Horner. Show More Summary
James Horner, who has been scoring movies since 1978, died in a plane crash on June 22nd, 2015. His most famous score was likely the megahit Titanic, but he will also be remembered for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Aliens, An American Tail, Apollo 13, Avatar and The Amazing Spider-Man. Read more...
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JAMES HORNER, COMPOSER FOR STAR TREK II & III, TITANIC, BRAVEHEART, AND AVATAR DIES IN SINGLE-ENGINE PLANE CRASH.
James Horner, the Oscar-winning composer whose scores are an integral part of films such as Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Aliens, Braveheart and Titanic, is missing and feared dead after his personal plane crashed. A small plane registered to Horner went down this morning outside Santa Barbara CA, killing the pilot and destroying the plane. Show More Summary
At E3 2015, DotEmu, a French video game company specializing in modern releases of older titles, has announced it is adapting two new games for mobile devices. First, the company will release Ys Chronicles II on iOS and Android. Also...Show More Summary
Dr. Robert Ballard's quests have taken him to the Titanic, the Bismarck and PT-109, among other shipwrecks -- and he's diving into another part of history.The noted explorer focuses on German U-boats deployed during World War II in "Nazi...Show More Summary
The full-length trailer has debuted for the second "Attack on Titan" compilation film, "Attack on Titan Part II: Wings of Freedom."
Photo courtesy of The Splits The Splits, as legend or old one sheet tell us, took their name by combining their two favorite bands, The Slits and The Spits. Expressing such love for two of the titans of punk, postpunk, and garage is a hell of a thing to live up to, but The Splits, in their short career so far, have managed to do so with aplomb. Show More Summary
The following games are on-sale via 3DS eShop for $15. Code of Princess Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Shin Megami Tensei IV Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked Link
A few weeks back I got a chance to try out a pre-production model of Canon’s new 100-400mm f/4.5 – f/5.6 USM II lens shooting on the sidelines for an NFL game (Eagles vs. Titans) up at Lincoln Financial Field in Philly, and I thought I’d deliver a field report here in a quick Q&A format.Continue...
I am loving these posters for non-existent movie sequels, but the names might be even better. A sampling: Fight Club: The 2nd Rule Bigger Trouble in Little China Spaceballs III: The Search for Spaceballs II Titanic 2: Above Zero Prints are available for all of these. (via @cabel) Tags: design movies
After last helming 2009's Red Cliff II, veteran director John Woo returns to the big screen in December with The Crossing. A passion project for Woo who came to Cannes in May to talk up the Beijing Galloping Horse production, it's been dubbed by local media as the Chinese Titanic. Show More Summary