RELATED: The Batman, The Matrix 4 Are Likely Getting Their Release Dates Pushed Back Even if Armie Hammer has landed a role in this Batman reboot, we don't have any indication of who he may be playing. Aside from Ben Affleck as Batman and Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke, no other cast members have been confirmed. It is believed that J.K. Simmons (Commissioner Gordon) and Jeremy Irons (Alfred Pennyworth) will reprise their roles from Justice Leauge, but nothing is set in stone at this time. Warner Bros. hasn't issued a release date quite yet, but Time Warner president Jeff Bewkes teased that the movie is "a year and a half out." … [Read more...] about Is Armie Hammer Finally Joining the DC Movie Universe?
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In a blog post, Plague Inc. creator James Vaughan expressed his thoughts on current events: “Eight years ago, I never imagined the real world would come to resemble a game of Plague Inc. or that so many players would be using Plague Inc. to help them get through an actual pandemic. We are proud to be able to help support the vital work of the WHO and CEPI as they work towards finding a vaccine for COVID-19”. … [Read more...] about Mobile Games Hotspot: ‘Plague Inc.’ Developer Donates $250,000 to Fight Coronavirus Pandemic
A very different spinoff of the Angry Birds series sees the colorful avians grab their rackets and hit the tennis court. Angry Birds Tennis quietly released on iOS this past week as a free-to-play game, but only in the U.S. and Mexico. Different game modes and unlockable characters are mentioned in the title's description, but the more impressive feature is the ability to play against friends in the game's multiplayer modes. At this time, there is no official global release date. … [Read more...] about Mobile Games Hotspot: More ‘Kingdom Hearts’ for Phones; ‘Angry Birds’ Takes to the Tennis Court
Another extraordinary example of Goldman’s penchant for truth avoidance came when Joshua Birnbaum, former head of structured-products trading for the bank, gave a deposition to Levin’s committee. Asked point-blank if Goldman’s huge “short” on mortgages was an intentional bet against the market or simply a “hedge” against potential losses, Birnbaum played dumb. “I do not know whether the shorts were a hedge,” he said. But the committee, it turned out, already knew that Birnbaum had written a memo in which he had spelled out the truth: “The shorts were not a hedge.” When Birnbaum’s lawyers learned that their client’s own words had been used against him, they hilariously sent an outraged letter complaining that Birnbaum didn’t know the committee had his memo when he decided to dodge the question. They also submitted a “supplemental” answer. Birnbaum now said, “Having reviewed the document … [Read more...] about The People vs. Goldman Sachs
This, ultimately, is how one of Kahn’s very worst mistakes – and there’s a lot of competition for that honor – might be just the out that the Timberwolves and Love both needed. With LeBron James and Kyrie Irving in Cleveland, I expect Love to solidify his reputation as the league’s preeminent power forward and one of the best players in the game right now. He won’t have to carry the franchise, but will now exist in a web of interdependent pieces with LeBron and Irving. Some nights, he will go off for 20 and 20. Others, he’ll just have a ton of rebounds or a highlight outlet pass to LeBron. At this point, being concerned about whether Love is a player who can do it on his own is akin to wondering if your red crayon can carry a whole drawing. You’ve got a box of eight colors: use them. … [Read more...] about Heartbreaker: Remembering the Kevin Love Era in Minnesota