[This story includes spoilers for 2019's Child's Play] Lars Klevberg's remake of the classic '80s horror film Child's Play was always going to have to reckon with the legacy of the original whilst subtly updating it. So when it was revealed in early trailers for the film that Chucky was no longer a doll possessed by the spirit of a serial killer, but rather an artificially intelligent robot who due to reasons unknown becomes utterly evil, the fact that the film was presenting a new take on the lore wasn't a complete surprise. Now that Child's Play has been unleashed on audiences, what does that change mean for a ptential sequel? Just like the Tom Holland-helmed original, the new Child's Play begins by giving viewers an insight into the story behind the killer doll. Here, though, instead of serial killer Charles Lee Ray utilizing voodoo to put his soul into a popular Good Guy doll, we see a disgruntled factory worker turn off all of the safety features and coding in the red haired … [Read more...] about How ‘Child’s Play’ Sets Up a Sci-Fi Sequel
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Andreas “Andy” Wilfong has built Colorado Springs-based Infinity Systems Engineering into a $300 million company employing more than 200 people in seven locations — one subcontract at a time.While the 22-year-old company holds five “prime” contracts directly with military commands, most of Infinity’s revenue is generated from subcontracts with the nation’s defense contracting giants — Boeing, General Dynamics, Harris, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon. Much of that work is on the Global Positioning System, a network of satellites that helps both military and civilians with navigation and a variety of other uses.Wilfong came from humble beginnings. He was born in Germany to a German mother and U.S. Army soldier and moved to the Springs when his father was stationed at Fort Carson. He worked at local Taco Bell restaurants while attending Doherty High School and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to earn money for … [Read more...] about Infinity’s Wilfong built Colorado Springs defense firm one subcontract at a time
It’s no secret that Netflix is dominating Hollywood. They are also doing a pretty good job at dominating their streaming service competition. They are constantly pumping out original content and taking things to another level, going way beyond what the major studios are doing in Hollywood. Some of their more recent big movie projects include Outlaw King, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Roma, Apostle, Dumplin, Hold The Dark, 22 July, and that barely scratches the surface. In a recent interview with with New York Times, Netflix’s Movie Chief, Mr. Stuber, revealed that the company is set up to “supply 55 original films a year, including some with budgets as high as $200 million.” Then if you add in “documentaries and animated movies, handled by other divisions, and the number of annual Netflix film releases climbs to about 90.” Just to give you a little comparison, Universal Pictures only releases roughly 30 movies a year. That’s about average for … [Read more...] about Netflix Is Set Up to Produce 90 Films a Year With Budgets Up to $200 Million
Colby Itkowitz, The Washington Post Published 3:05 pm PST, Tuesday, December 11, 2018 In the middle of a congressional hearing ostensibly about privacy and data collection, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., apparently performed that search from the dais. As it turns out, the image results for "idiot" reveals a page of mostly Trump photos. less In the middle of a congressional hearing ostensibly about privacy and data collection, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., apparently performed that search from the dais. As it turns out, the image results for "idiot" ... more Photo: Via Google.com Photo: Via Google.com Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 In the middle of a congressional hearing ostensibly about privacy and data collection, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., apparently performed that … [Read more...] about Rep. Zoe Lofgren to Google CEO: Why when I search ‘idiot’ do I get pictures of Trump?
[This story contains major spoilers from the full season of Netflix's Narcos: Mexico.] Similar to the previous seasons of Narcos, the story of Narcos: Mexico unfolded under the guidance of an English-speaking narrator. This time, however, the narrator was kept secret until the final scene and the reveal of his identity beckons more of the Narcos: Mexico story to be told. The reset Narcos: Mexico — the fourth season overall in the Narcos saga — featured a primarily new cast when it traveled back to 1980s Mexico to show the birth of the Guadalajara cartel over the course of 10 episodes (which launched on Netflix on Nov. 16). In order to trace the origins of the Mexican drug war, the newest chapter in the cartel drama once again pitted a narco, Guadalajara's Felix Gallardo (Diego Luna), against a DEA agent, Kiki Camarena (Michael Pena). After building his empire — one that included both Pablo Escobar (played by Wagner Moura) and their Colombian rivals in Cali in a … [Read more...] about How ‘Narcos: Mexico’ Finale Sets Up a Second Season