Shailene Woodley loved filming Adrift, but it was not the easiest film she's ever been a part of. Film shoots involved two hour motorboat rides out into the middle of the ocean, and lots of puking. Woodley told Jimmy Kimmel Live a majority of the cast and crew got seasick during days of shooting, and it was pretty gross. Hear her recall the story below, and see Adrift in theaters June 1.
I've been on the internet a long time, and if you've read the site, you know I've posted some pretty weird stuff throughout the years. I'm not sure any of that comes anywhere close to this. I've found a completely unironic upload of the entirety of Rush's "2112" made into a music video with clips from Peanuts. There's really no wrong way to start this video if you're a Rush fan, but if you're looking to laugh, I suggest skipping ahead to like 8:49 to hear Linus start talking about a guitar. I'm not sure I'll ever find anything as good as this again. Check it out below:
Booksmart is the upcoming feature directorial debut of Olivia Wilde and it has made huge additions to the cast. Jason Sudeikis, Jessica Williams, Lisa Kudrow, and Will Forte will join the cast of Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever, Molly Gordon, Billie Lourd, Skyler Gisondo, Noah Galvin, Diana Silvers, Mason Gooding, Victoria Ruesga, Austin Crute, Eduardo Franco, and Nico Hiraga.
The film could be good and I always want to support newcomers. The script was written by Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins with some revisions provided by Katie Silberman.
Teleportation sounded like an amazing thing for a long time, until scientists realized the only way to do it would be to destroy you as a person. Yeah, unfortunately teleportation wouldn't work like the Portkey in Harry Potter, but instead more like a 3D printer. Your original body would be vaporized, it's parts analyzed, and then reconfigured in a machine with the exact same components somewhere else. Of course, we could be wrong, but it's assumed that the person who comes out on the other side would for all intents and purposes be a new person without any of the memories that make you...well you. The good news is none of this will be achieved in your lifetime, or even your great grandchildren's...so no need to worry about relatives trying to force you into some pod to transport you to Hawaii in your old age.
To learn more about what science knows about teleportation, check out this video below:
I feel like Bleach disappeared for a bit until a couple months ago when we started getting the waterfall of information regarding the live-action movie. Ever since that waterfall started, there has been no shortage of news about the franchise. For instance, it now has an official Instagram account.
They take full advantage of the grid layout to let some of their art flow into each other for an awesome effect. There is also a countdown (or countup) happening on the account, but there’s no telling what it is going for or how high it will go (my guess is 13). While it is not an official continuation of the manga or the anime, it’s nice to see Ichigo and the gang again.
What do you think they are counting to?
Emilia Clarke is really searching for that big role she can transition into once Game of Thrones is over, and she's on the right track. The actress scored a sizable role in Solo: A Star Wars Story, and now, she's looking to dominate the world of stock photos. We gotta admit, it appears to be a business she was made for, although she might be squandering her talent just a bit. Watch Clarke pose for the camera below in this hilariously bizarre sketch you just gotta love:
David Gyasi from Interstellar is joining the cast for Maleficent 2. His role has not been made known, but he’s joining Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, Ed Skrein, Michelle Pfeiffer, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Harris Dickinson, Jenn Murray, Kae Alexander, and Fernanda Diniz.
That's quite an impressive cast if you ask me. The screenplay was written by Jez Butterworth and Micah Fitzerman-Blue, and Joachim Ronning (Kon Tiki) is directing it. I have no idea where they’re going to go with this movie. They already told the story of Sleeping Beauty (albeit a very different version of said story) so I guess they probably have free reign over what’s happening now.
How else can they ruin the magnificently evil Maleficent?
4K early adopters, you could soon be watching films made for your new format on the cheap. That is if you live in New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, Austin, Detroit, or Miami as Redbox has begun offering $2.50 rentals for 4K films. The price point is only 50 cents over Blu-ray, which is quite a bargain in my opinion!
Variety reported the company plans to roll out the 4K versions of Black Panther, Red Sparrow, and Tomb Raider over the next couple weeks, so if you live in those areas be ready to snatch up your copy! Do you rent from Red Box often?
I don't know about you, but I'm all about these pseudo science videos. Is it necessarily scientific to pour molten salt on a watermelon to see what happens? Nah, but it's a chance to see something that's time consuming and dangerous with none of the work and risk involved so I'm gonna watch stuff like this all the time. Join me as we both learn what happens when these two things combine (spoiler: explosion), and tell us the craziest thing you ever did "for science" in the comments below:
The cult action title, Killer7, from Goichi ‘Suda51’ Suda and Resident Evil’s creator Shinji Mikami, is now being remastered for a release to the PC this year. The new version was announced during MomoCon, which featured a 20th-anniversary stream hosted by Suda’s studio, Grasshopper Manufacture.
Check out the official description of the game from the studio:
“Dive into a dark world of underground assassins in a tale of revenge as Harman Smith, a man who manifests 7 deadly personalities into the real world, known as the killer7. Take control of this distinct murderers’ row as they hunt down the sinister Kun Lan, to stop his plan of world dominance, and end his organization of deadly suicide bombers known as ‘Heaven Smile.’"
Killer7 will be optimized for PC, according to the Steam page of the game. Furthermore, Game Informer reported that Killer7 will feature a keyboard-and-mouse control option. NIS America will serve the role as the publisher of the new version, rather than Capcom who published the original version of the game.
Killer7 will be released on Steam sometime this fall, thirteen years after its original launch on the GameCube and PlayStation 2. Currently, pricing has not been announced yet. You can check out the Steam trailer of the game, which is posted below.