Westworld Fans waited two years for the third season of this fabulous sci-fi Western and dystopian series that portrays a futuristic Wild West-themed amusement park called Westworld. Despite looking and acting convincingly human, the people who work there are actually hosts programmed to have specific personalities and skills, and cater to every visitors’ desires, whether that’s to meet and bed a beautiful woman or get caught up in a gunfight. The first season and overall story are inspired by the 1973 Michael Crichton film of the same name. The second, and especially the third, seasons, however, are very different from the first. Each is equally captivating and fast-paced, keeping the story continually refreshing. With season three having just wrapped up, you have plenty of time to catch up as we wait for season four to begin production. … [Read more...] about The 16 best shows on HBO Max right now
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Magic Leap founder Rony Abovitz tells Rolling Stone that the Lightpack is a self-contained computer – kind of like a Mac Book Pro or an Alienware PC folded up onto itself. There’s another powerful computer inside the Lightwear goggles, he said, which handles computer vision processing and has machine learning capabilities. … [Read more...] about Magic Leap finally unveils augmented reality glasses, will ship in 2018
Here’s how June is supposed to work, entertainment-wise: multiplexes fill up with big, loud, expensive movies, and television scales back ambition in favor of low-risk, low-impact programming. But in 2020’s upside-down world of closed theaters and social distancing, the old rules don’t apply. Sure, you can tune into the Watt brothers playing an elaborate version of tag. But you can also watch: a potentially franchise-launching adaptation of a popular YA series on a streaming service; a documentary on Bruce Lee; new movies from Spike Lee and Judd Apatow; and a comedy about the European song competition starring Will Ferrell. All that and a new streaming service eager to make itself an essential part of viewers’ lives. Here are a dozen movies and TV shows you need to check in June. … [Read more...] about Best Movies/TV to Stream in June: ‘Perry Mason,’ New Spike Lee, Serial-Killer True Crime
Another star who has expressed public regret over his decision to collaborate with Allen is Timothée Chalamet, who appeared in A Rainy Day in New York. In the Guardian interview, Allen claims that Chalamet only did so to improve his Oscar chances when he was up for an award for 2017's Call Me By Your Name. "Timothée afterward publicly stated he regretted working with me and was giving the money to charity," the director told The Guardian. "But he swore to my sister he needed to do that as he was up for an Oscar for Call Me By Your Name, and he and his agent felt he had a better chance of winning if he denounced me, so he did." … [Read more...] about Woody Allen Says He Hasn’t ‘Suffered At All’ Professionally in New Interview
Every where in the world people talk about hate and grief and betrayal and hurt. Noone talks about all the good things that also make up this world. And I am talking about us and just how amazing we are @raqeshbapat I am proud of the grace and compassion we both have shown. I am proud of the joy and faith, for life , we still hold. I am proud of the integrity and respect we carry! So Cheers to #RRHappyfriendshipsday for life Raq! . I want to acknowledge and express my gratitude to #nichirenbuddhism for helping me be a living example of what true humanity can do for us humans if we are always in awareness of our choices. And for all the things people learn from one another, I hope you pick some of the goodness too!!!! . Kindness shouldn't be a thing you choose by walking away and escaping. . If you just decide to choose it over and above the negative emotions by being present where you are, It will open your heart and put you directly one with the universe and it's magnanimous energies. … [Read more...] about Ridhi Dogra Celebrates Friendship With Ex-Husband Raqesh Bapat In A Special Post!