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  1. Wolfgang Petersen, aged 81, from pancreatic cancer. https://deadline.com/2022/08/wolfgang-petersen-dead-director-perfect-storm-das-boot-air-force-one-1235093543/
  2. First 2 episodes on Friday 2 September, 2AM UK. Subsequent episodes each Friday at 5AM UK.
  3. Miller's agreed to mental health treatment. I guess this is how they're keeping the movie release on track, as long as they keep their nose clean.
  4. You know how The CW is supposedly a teen/young adult network? It's new majority stakeholder's boss has just said it's average viewer is 58. Which has surprised and tickled a lot of people. https://deadline.com/2022/08/cw-average-viewer-age-58-nexstar-1235092697/
  5. They don't yet know if there will be another season.
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    Part "running Doom on stuff" and part jailbreaking for right-to-repair reasons. John Deere are one of those companies who were under fire for locking shit down on their tractors and making things awkward. So this guy has hacked their tractor computer. And of course put Doom on it. Specifically a mod named Doom Mower, where you mow with a John Deere ride-on mower. Which you can now do while sitting in a John Deere tractor. https://www.wired.com/story/john-deere-tractor-jailbreak-defcon-2022/ https://www.reddit.com/r/itrunsdoom/comments/wociaz/the_hacker_known_as_sick_codes_has_successfully/
  7. Starts 25 October. 2 episodes each day from 25 - 28. Dreams in the Witch House: Rupert Grint (Servant), Ismael Cruz Cordova (The Undoing), DJ Qualls (Turning Point), Nia Vardalos (Love, Victor) and Tenika Davis (Jupiter’s Legacy) star in an episode written by Mika Watkins (Origin), based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, and directed by Catherine Hardwicke (Thirteen). Graveyard Rats: David Hewlett (The Shape of Water) stars in an episode written, based on a short story by Henry Kuttner, and directed by Vincenzo Natali (In The Tall Grass). Lot 36: Tim Blake Nelson (Watchmen), Elpidia Carrillo (Predator), Demetrius Grosse (Fear The Walking Dead) and Sebastian Roché (The Man in the High Castle) star in an episode written by Regina Corrado (Deadwood), based on an original story by del Toro, and directed by Guillermo Navarro (Godfather of Harlem). Pickman’s Model: Ben Barnes (Shadow and Bone), Crispin Glover (Rivers Edge), and Oriana Leman (The Whale) star in an episode written by Lee Patterson (Curve),based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, and directed by Keith Thomas (Firestarter). The Autopsy: F. Murray Abraham (Amadeus), Glynn Turman (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom) and Luke Roberts (Ransom) will appear in an episode written by David S. Goyer (The Sandman), based on a short story by Michael Shea, and directed by David Prior (The Empty Man). The Murmuring: Essie Davis (The Babadook), Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead) and Hannah Galway (Sex/Life) star in an episode written (based on an original story by del Toro) and directed by Jennifer Kent (The Babadook). The Outside: Kate Micucci (The Little Hours) and Martin Starr (Silicon Valley) lead an episode written by Haley Z. Boston (Brand New Cherry Flavor), based on a short story by comic book author Emily Carroll, and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night). The Viewing: Peter Weller (Robocop), Eric André (The Eric Andre Show), Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Charlyne Yi (Always Be My Maybe), Steve Agee (Peacemaker), Michael Therrialt (Locke and Key) and Saad Siddiqui (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) star in an episode directed by Panos Cosmatos (Mandy), who also writes, along with Aaron Stewart-Ahn.
  8. The Pakistani one, in reference to Rishi Sunak. Which I believe isn’t even where his ethnic background lies.
  9. That little baby thing legit reminded me of the old sitcom Dinosaurs. Except the Dinosaurs puppets probably had better articulation in their faces. As for the rest, a massive swarm of nightmare-sized locusts ON FIRE probably sums it up.
  10. I've just watched this on Disney+ and it kind of feels like I watched nothing. As I type, the paint people are rolling up the credits, which seems fitting.
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    Amazing level of denial from some in that Woodstock 99 doc. Especially from Lang who just didn't seem to want to acknowledge anything beyond a few people being bad.
  12. I'm only getting started on this. Seems relevant to my interests. Also, everything was beards.
  13. More cast! Chris Pratt, Michelle Yeoh, Stanley Tucci, Jason Alexander, Brian Cox and Jenny Slate. Cox and Slate apparently voicing CG characters, though no specifics on who any of them are playing. It'll be on Netflix. https://deadline.com/2022/08/michelle-yeoh-stanley-tucci-jason-alexander-brian-cox-jenny-slate-the-russo-brothers-netflix-1235089546/
  14. There was this one guy who used to do some of these show I've been trying to think of. He used to get 2 people from the audience, like a small woman and a big man. And he'd ask them questions. But before they could answer themselves, he'd do replies in funny voices, usually giving the small woman a big husky voice and the big man a little squeaky voice. Which everyone found hilarious. Who was that?
  15. This particular one was probably lucky rakes hadn’t been invented yet.
  16. Raymond Briggs, of The Snowman. He was 88 https://news.sky.com/story/the-snowman-author-and-illustrator-raymond-briggs-dies-aged-88-12669661
  17. Now someone's lit and thrown some kind of incendiary device at the set where they were shooting. But it didn't explode and there were no injuries this time either.
  18. Mike Barnes is finally returning in season 5.
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