Ford GT-trio Olivier Pla, Stefan Mücke en Billy Johnson greep de winst in GTE Pro na een lang duel met de Porsche #91 van Richard Lietz en Gianmaria Bruni. In de slotfase verloren Lietz en Bruni echter hun podiumplaats nog door een compleet versleten voorband. Michael Christensen en Kévin Estre in de Porsche #92 pakten de tweede plek over, ook de Ferrari #71 van Sam Bird en Davide Rigon ging er nog langs. … [Read more...] about WEC Spa: Alonso maakt dominante zege Toyota af
As most Trekkies will remember, the original bridge used in the filming of TNG was actually destroyed during the filming of Star Trek: Generations, where the Enterprise crash-lands onto the surface of Veridian III. Following the conclusion of the show and the related films, three replicas were made with construction overseen by the show's set designers, Herman Zimmerman and Michael Okuda. … [Read more...] about Make it so: How three guys got
"We don't take control away from the player," Kobayashi says. "Previously in Star Ocean you'd have a lot of long, static cut scenes that you would have to watch, then you'd play some game, then you'd watch another cut scene. Here, though, we don't want the player to feel as though they're not in charge at any point. It's a very difficult balance to get that interactivity alongside having the kind of story we want to tell, but I think the balance we've got between the dramatic storytelling and the actual gameplay is what we aimed for from the start." … [Read more...] about : An impenetrable RPG chasing mainstream success
Gluck is currently in post-production on Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, which Sony will release worldwide on April 3. The first installment, released in 2018, pulled in $351 million globally and was Sony’s highest-grossing film ever in the U.K., excluding the James Bond films. … [Read more...] about ‘Peter Rabbit 2’ Helmer Will Gluck Re-ups First-Look Deal At Sony Pictures
In the end, though, Maxwell would nearly always defer to the scientists’ wishes, and scientists came to appreciate his patronly persona. “I have to confess that, quickly realising his predatory and entrepreneurial ambitions, I nevertheless took a great liking to him,” Arthur Barrett, then editor of the journal Vacuum, wrote in a 1988 piece about the publication’s early years. And the feeling was mutual. Maxwell doted on his relationships with famous scientists, who were treated with uncharacteristic deference. “He realised early on that the scientists were vitally important. He would do whatever they wanted. It drove the rest of the staff crazy,” Richard Coleman, who worked in journal production at Pergamon in the late 1960s, told me. When Pergamon was the target of a hostile takeover attempt, a 1973 Guardian article reported that journal editors threatened “to desert” rather than work for another chairman. … [Read more...] about Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?