Citing “personal causes,” Yahoo!’s Scott Thompson has resigned his short tenure as CEO of the struggling search giant.
As much as I may want to, the traditional five queries from last night’s episode of Fringe, the season-finale “Brave New World (Part 2)” won’t just be “WHAT?” repeated five instances. But: William Bell! Betrayals! Revelations! And so significantly much more! Click via for the true five concerns.
I’ll say it: I was doubtful that “Brave New World (Part 2)” would manage to offer up a convincing end to this season since there was as well much to deal with in an hour, but that was a pretty fantastic finale, all told. Sure, not each and every query was answered, and some point just didn’t truly make sense (Bell’s plan was quite screwy, let’s face it), but by the finish, I felt a fantastic sense of closure and satisfaction. Great task, everybody concerned. That mentioned, I do have some questions…
May possibly 13th 2012 By: Lauren Davis
Sam Filstrup is a idea artist for the animation studio Ghostbot, so it really is no surprise that his work has an animation sensibility. His illustrations of video game characters, Captain America and even Conan O’Brien search ready to spring to lifestyle on screen, and his series featuring samurai and dragons is begging to be created into a characteristic-length film. Continue reading
If you switched cable suppliers for the express purpose of currently being in a position to view Television on your gaming console, then hopefully the firms AT&T and Microsoft had been not component of that decision. AT&T has dropped its U-verse Television service from the Xbox 360, but it is only temporary as the business says it desires to tweak the service so that it can “improve and boost this performance.”
It seems like the Dracula inspired film undertaking Last Voage of the Demeter is ready to set sail once more. Neil Marshall (The Good, Centerion) is attached to direct it.
The script for the movie was written by Bragi Schut over a decade ago and it tells the story of the Demeter, the name of the ship that transported Dracula from Transylvania to London in Bram Stoker’s classic story. If you keep in mind from the novel, the ship washes up on the shores of England, tattered and broken, with 1 raving mad survivor. The film will tell the tale of that journey, in which the crew is slaughtered one-by-one particular by a mysterious passenger.