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‘Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw’ goes big and explosive with new trailer

It might be a spinoff but that doesn’t mean it’s lost in touch in terms of explosive, over-the-top action. The new trailer for Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw gives us the same high-octane, excessive action we know the Fast & Furious franchise to have. And we see more of the love-to-hate relationship between our two leads Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) as they pursue genetically-enhanced baddie Brixton (Idris Elba). Brixton is in pursuit of Shaw’s sister, Hattie (Vanessa Kirby), who has in her possession a deadly virus that can wipe out half of the population and he wants said virus back. The trailer gives us a peek at what lengths he goes to so he can get what he wants.

Hobbs & Shaw is directed by David Leitch (Deadpool 2) and written by Chris Morgan. The movie is produced by Morgan, Johnson, Statham, and Hiram Garcia, and executive produced by Dany Garcia, Kelly McCormick, Steven Chasman, Ethan Smith, and Ainsley Davies. It’s expected to hit theatres on August 2, 2019.

Source: Variety


Sega announces more games coming to the Genesis Mini

Sega will be releasing the Genesis Mini retro console on September 19th. It’ll come with 40 games and Sega just announced more titles coming to the console. The latest additions include Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse, World of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, Thunder Force 3, Super Fantasy Zone, Shinobi 3, Streets of Rage 2, Earthworm Jim, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Contra: Hard Corps, and Landstalker. The previously announced games include Sonic the Hedgehog, Ecco the Dolphin, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Space Harrier 2, Shining Force, Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine, ToeJam & Earl, Comix Zone, Altered Beast, and Gunstar Heroes. It’ll retail for US$80 (around CA$110) and come with two full-size controllers.

Source: Engadget


Netflix retells the story of the Central Park Five with ‘When They See Us’

An upcoming four-part mini-series on Netflix is taking a look at the harrowing story behind the Central Park Five. Called When They See Us, this new project from Ava DuVernay stars the likes of Felicity Huffman, Joshua Jackson, John Leguizamo, Vera Farmiga, and Michael Kenneth Williams. Accompanied by five new actors who play the five black teens coerced into confessing to a crime they didn’t commit: beating and raping a woman in Central Park. The trailer above dives right into the story. The series is set to hit the service on Friday, May 31.

Source: Engadget


Sidewalk Labs wants to develop street signs that let people know what data is being collected from them

One of the big concerns with Sidewalk Labs’ “smart city” is the concern over the citizens’ privacy being invaded by the sensors and cameras that will be used for data collection. That and people wouldn’t exactly know how the data is being collected and for what purposes. It’s caused enough concern that a lawsuit against Sidewalk Labs has been brought to court.

One solution that this Alphabet firm has is the development of street signs that show the people what’s being collected. They hope this move makes the surveillance and monitoring effort more transparent. These would show up as hexagon-shaped signs (similar to other road signs) but it will highlight what type of data is being collected in an area and how that information is going to be used.

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