Brain-Machine Interfaces Could Give Us All Superpowers

May 21, 2019

One rainy day, Bill was journeying his bicycle when the mail truck in front of him suddenly stopped. Bill didn’t. The accident left him paralyzed from the chest down. His autonomy, or what’s left of it, comes from voice powers that let him lower and lift the blinds in his room or adjust the angle of his motorized bed. For all else, he relies on round-the-clock care. Angela Watercutter Film…

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Here’s How Disney+ Will Take Over the World

April 29, 2019

Details firstly: Disney has finally revealed that its long-discussed Netflix-rival streaming service, Disney +, will launch November 12. For a scant $6.99 a month it will provide you with nearly the entire Disneyome, a corpus of several hundred movies( all of Disney, most of Marvel with more to come, nearly all of Pixar, all of Star Wars, lots of Fox–which Disney recently bought) and even more the thousands of TV…

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Taron Egerton’s ‘Rocketman’ looks like a better ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

April 21, 2019

Taron Egerton as Elton John in’ Rocketman ‘. Image: David Appleby/ Paramount Pictures Bohemian Rhapsody was so 2018. 2019 is likely to be the year of Rocketman . The Elton John biopic shared about seven times of footage at Paramount’s CinemaCon presentation Thursday, and while this reporter is on the fence about whether or not it searches good , I feel somewhat self-confident saying it’s going to see make a…

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Beyonc’s New Film Homecoming Is Headed to Netflix

April 13, 2019

Happy Monday, formerly again, and welcome to another edition of The Monitor, WIRED &# x27; s roundup off the most difficult pop culture news. What &# x27; s shakin &# x27 ;? Well, for one, Beyonce made a cinema for Netflix. Likewise, there’s another Walking Dead spinoff on the way, and the Cowboy Bebop serial is staffing up. Giddyup! Beyonce Is Coming to Netflix Over the weekend, via a extremely…

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Cantina Talk: Here’s What Episode IX Looks Like. Maybe

April 9, 2019

As all things Star Wars begin to go quiet ahead of this month's big Star Wars Celebration convention—more on that later—it's been a strange couple of weeks when it comes to news from the galaxy far, far away. But that doesn't mean things have been entirely silent when it comes to the warriors beyond the stars. Here's what's been going on on this side of the Outer Rim. This Is…

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Game of Thrones‘ Final Season Might Be Funny?

March 14, 2019

Happy Monday, and welcome to another edition of The Monitor, WIRED's look at all that's happening in the world of pop culture. Hollywood is in a bit of a post-Oscars lull, but that doesn't mean all's quiet—hey, Steven Spielberg and Netflix have already gone a few rounds since last week. What else? Well, Edge of Tomorrow is getting a sequel, and Game of Thrones shot an epic battle for its…

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Nielsen compares ‘Bird Box’ numbers to other Netflix originals

January 13, 2019

Image: Saeed Adyani/ Netflix It looks like Bird Box is the massive made that Netflix says it is. Nielsen, which quantifies viewer ratings of television shows and now some streaming services, backed up Netflix’s bold claims about Bird Box ‘s popularity, Variety reported Tuesday. Within the first seven days of its liberate on Netflix, Nielsen reports that it was watched by 26 million viewers in the U.S. alone. SEE ALSO:…

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‘The Kissing Booth’ was the most-rewatched Netflix movie of 2018

December 12, 2018

We couldn’t get enough of these two in 2018, and that’s just facts! Image: netflix Whatever year-end content you’re devouring this December, let’s be real – you want to know about your year in Netflix. The streaming service is notoriously private about numbers, but did release a roster of the top TV and film names we binged this year. SEE ALSO: The 8 best returning TV proves of 2018 Though…

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Ryan Gosling’s Neil Armstrong biopic ‘First Man’ scores stellar reviews in Venice

September 27, 2018

Image: universal videos That’s one small-minded stair from Whiplash , and one giant leap away from La La Land . Academy Award-winning director Damien Chazelle is moving away from musicals at light speed with the premiere of his historical drama, First Man, at the opening night of Venice Film Festival. And commentators are loving it. SEE ALSO: Yikes, the reviews for ‘The Happytime Murders’ are absolutely savage The Neil Armstrong…

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