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  4. The Game of Thrones series finale is almost here, and after the shocking events of "The Bells", it looks like the finale is going to come down to a battle between Daenerys and the people of Westeros - but who's going to be the one to bring down the Mad Queen? In the last episode, Daenerys fully embraced her dark side, and burned King's Landing to the ground. Then, Cersei joined the Night King in death as a result of parts of the Red Keep collapsing. Those left standing are Daenerys on one side, and presumably Jon Snow on the other. This final Targaryen v Targaryen fight is likely to be the focus of the Game of Thrones series finale - as Jon (and Tyrion, for that matter) are so appalled at Daenerys' Mad Queen transition that they may no longer stand by her side. It's also probable that Daenerys isn't going to survive this final battle, as she has made it clear that she will not stop until she is ruler, and the only way that would happen is if she burns the entirety of Westeros to ashes - which is a bit too dark, even for Game of Thrones.
  5. In an unprecedented turn of events, Treyarch is taking the reins from Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software to rush the development of Call of Duty: Black Ops 5, aiming for a 2020 release. Though Treyarch, Infinity Ward, and Sledgehammer games have spent the better part of a decade sharing the responsibility of annual Call of Duty releases, Treyarch is being given a year less than usual to deliver on the next iteration of Black Ops. While Infinity Ward is tackling what is almost certainly the long-awaited return to the Modern Warfare sub-series this year, Treyarch will be making an abnormally early follow-up to last year's Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. While one half of franchise publisher Activision Blizzard is promising to move away from industry-wide crunch culture with Blizzard's continued support of World of Warcraft, this revelation about Call of Duty: Black Ops 5's rushed development points to no such commitment to developers' well-being or rights from Activision's side of the multi-billion dollar operation.
  6. Sebastian Stan confirms Falcon & Winter Soldier will begin filming this October. After eleven years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe largely focusing on the original six Avengers, the time has finally come to put a spotlight on different heroes. This will happen in the movies as new franchises become the focal point, but Marvel Studios is also set to utilize Disney's streaming service, Disney+, to do highlight other underserved characters. Marvel Studios is currently developing a handful of miniseries, with a Lokiseries starring Tom Hiddleston and WandaVision starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany (as Scarlet Witch and Vision respectively) being two of the confirmed shows. They also recently confirmed Falcon & Winter Soldierwith Anthony Mackie and Stan both returning. The intrigue for the series has only risen after Avengers: Endgame's ending where Captain America passed on the mantle and shield to Falcon, and has left fans itching to see what Falcon & Winter Soldier will be as a result.
  7. Actress Elizabeth Olsen has reflected on the embarrassing time she auditioned to play Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones. Based on a series of novels by George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones was adapted for television by David Benioff and D.B Weiss. The show debuted on HBO in 2011 to critical acclaim. It only grew from there, ultimately becoming one of the most popular and most passionately scrutinized shows on television. Olsen was obviously unsuccessful in landing the role, with Emilia Clarke ultimately going on to play The Mother of Dragons for all eight seasons. Olsen bounced back with the MCU, however, making her franchise debut as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch in the post-credit scene for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Olsen later reprised the superhero character in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Infinity War. In the latest MCU film, Avengers: Endgame, Olsen returned, along with numerous others who were previously killed in The Decimation, helping to defeat Thanos once and for all.
  8. Mel Gibson's The Wild Bunch remake eyes Michael Fassbender, Jaime Foxx and Peter Dinklage. Throughout the 1960s and 70s, filmmaker Sam Peckinpah, director of 1969's The Wild Bunch, was responsible for ushering in a new era of Western and war cinema. Dubbed “neo-western” by some, Peckinpah’s films were known for their violence, depictions of sex and masculinity. Given this subject matter, it wasn’t surprising that Peckinpah was known to be just as rough and rugged in real life as the stories he told on screen. Plagued by alcoholism and drug dependence, Peckinpah was prone to violent outbursts both on and off set and was known to shoot mirrors in his home while binging on alcohol and drugs. Despite his renowned cantankerous behavior and personal difficulties, however, he was a masterful filmmaker who gave the world a string of films now considered to be classics by many, such as: Ride the High Country, Straw Dogs, and of course, The Wild Bunch to name a few. Though Straw Dogs was remade in 2011, it fared poorly upon its release and to date, no other Peckinpah films have been remade.
  9. As a result of its unprecedentedly generous sale, some game publishers are pulling their titles from the Epic Games Store, including Gearbox Software's highly anticipated Borderlands 3. It seems that the digital distributor may have fully neglected to notify publishers of the final sale prices at which their games would be sold prior to the start of the Epic Mega Sale, a clear attempt to compete with Steam's famous sales. Beyond attempting to compete with Steam on price-slashing sales, the Epic Games Store as a whole is a direct response to Steam's longtime domination of the digital distribution market. However, Epic has made it clear that they don't want to copy Steam's business model, instead opting to sweep potential major releases right out from under its feet by making expensive deals with publishers in exchange for Epic Games Store exclusivity on PC. And the Epic Store has made huge, largely negative waves in the PC gaming community in the past months doing just this, with notable examples being the exclusive launch of Borderlands 3 and the company's recent acquisition of Psyonix, the lauded developer of Rocket League.
  10. Black Widow's arc in Avengers: Endgame has serious implications on her future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and here's what it could mean. Scarlett Johansson made her MCU debut as Natasha Romanoff in 2010's Iron Man 2, where she was introduced as an undercover S.H.I.E.L.D. agent spying on Tony Stark for Nick Fury. She went on to not only help defeat Whiplash, but also become one of the original members of the Avengers. As an Avenger, Black Widow helped save the world (and universe) on several occasions, and it was in Avengers: Endgame where she had to pay the ultimate price to do just that. When she and Hawkeye went to Vormir to retrieve the Soul Stone, they learned that one of them would have to sacrifice their life to do so. After a quick fight, Black Widow was ultimately the one who died, and even though Captain America returned the Soul Stone later, this exchange is said to be irreversible. However, this won't be the end of Black Widow's MCU story.
  11. Everything is awesomely creepy in a LEGO-inspired reimagining of the IT Chapter Two trailer. Adapted from the classic Stephen King novel of the same name, the first IT film was released in 2017 to great acclaim. Directed by Andrés Muschietti, the film starred Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) and Jack Dylan Grazer (Shazam!) as two members of a group of children known as The Losers' Club, who find themselves tormented by a demonic entity known primarily as Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård). Where the book jumped back and forth between the past and present, the first film opted to merely explore the childhood encounters with the shapeshifting creature. IT Chapter 2 will be set 27-years after those fateful events. Honoring a collective promise, the group return to the town of Derry when it becomes clear that Pennywise wasn't quite as vanquished as previously hoped and children once again begin to go missing. Although there will reportedly be flashbacks to their time as children, the second installment will largely follow the characters as adults as they seek to defeat once and for all an even more vicious and vengeful Pennywise. The film will star X-Men: Dark Phoenix's James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain as the grown-up versions of Bill Denbrough and Beverly Marsh, respectively. Bill Hader (Barry) also stars, as the adult version of Wolfhard's character, Richie Tozier. Skarsgård will, of course, reprise the role of Pennywise.
  12. Wonder Woman 1984 director, Patty Jenkins jokes that she wishes the sequel was still releasing in 2019 because it's that good and she can't wait to share the film with audiences. With the cinematic futures of both Batman and Superman changing, the sequel to 2017's Wonder Woman is one of the few constants in Warner Bros.' announced slate of DC Comics films and that makes it a most important movie for the studio. Without a doubt, Wonder Woman 1984 is also one of Warner Bros.' most anticipated films, and fans were disappointed to learn its release was being pushed back to June 2020. However, it was soon revealed that the release date change was at the request of Jenkins and her team. Producer Charles Roven explained that 2020 was always their pick for a release year, but Warner Bros. really wanted a big tentpole film in 2019 and made Wonder Woman 1984 take that spot. Once WB firmed up their film slate for 2019, though, it became possible for Wonder Woman 1984 to move back to 2020. And yet, now Jenkins is sort of regretting that date change, finding the film to be so good that she wishes she could release it sooner.
  13. It all started with the big bang — and it ended that way, too. CBS' The Big Bang Theory closed up shop Thursday with a sweet, funny and emotional series finale that also featured a bit of closure for co-creator Chuck Lorre. The final scene of the two-part series ender featured the gang gathered in Leonard and Penny's living room for Chinese food in a scene set to a new version of the show's now-iconic theme song, performed by the Barenaked Ladies.
  14. Busy Philipps bid adieu to her short-lived E! late-night show on Thursday with a little help from a few friends: Michelle Williams, Linda Cardellini, Jennifer Carpenter, Christa Miller and Whitney Cummings, the latter of whom threw some shade on E! for cancelling the show. "You had a talk show for a minutes, would you ever do it again?" Philipps asked Cummings after she arrived on-set, minutes into the Busy Tonight finale. "Not on E!" Cummings replied. "Now that's what friends are for," Williams joked. The final episode kicked off on a high-energy note, with the host telling listeners, "Listen, you at home, you better be f—ing standing up there, this is it!" The actress and influencer dispensed with her usual musings on culture to open the show, but offered a three-sentence summation of the day: "Don't' f—with Ellen Pompeo or Kelly Ripa. Hey Gucci, f—ing stop. And Keanu, you can get it forever," she said. Before introducing her guests, she noted that most of them over the last half-year were friends: "So many people have shown up for me, and there were some people who didn't, and they know who the f—they are. And I will never forget," she said. While introducing Cardellini, she joked that the actress is "a real overnight success, 22 years later." (Cardellini is currently starring in Netflix's Dead to Me, Avengers: Endgame and The Curse of La Llorona.) The pair started crying when Philipps noted her friend always remembers to text her on Mother's Day and other holidays. Michelle Williams ("the love of my life") flew to L.A. to be on Philipps' last show, the host revealed while introducing the Fosse/Verdon actress. When Carpenter arrived, Philipps asked what was going on with her show (NBC's The Enemy Within "We're on what they call a bubble," Carpenter replied. "I don't know, I'm just giving it up to God, isn't that way they say?" Christa Miller, who had just played a guest role on Whiskey Cavalier last night, noted that show had just been canceled. "Wait, was I on it?" Cummings, whose past series include Whitney and 2 Broke Girls, joked in response. The group subsequently played a round of "toast or roast," starting with Miller, who toasted and started crying ("You know I don't cry!" she said). Carpenter, who also toasted, gave Philipps a gift of headphones because she is "such a good listener." Cardellini also praised Philipps: "I've always been blown away by your talent, your spirit and your courage," she said. During her turn, Williams ripped up a card she had prepared and toasted Philipps: "So when I was leaving to come here, tonight is actually opening night of my daughter's school play, and I said, 'Listen, Aunt Biz needs me, do you mind if I come to the beginning and end?'" Her daughter, she said, replied, "of course" and then asked, "Why are you guys best friends because you're so different?" Williams replied to Philipps, "You're just there... The truth is that you show up for all of us all of the time." After that emotional interlude, Cummings went straight for a roast: "For the past few months, it has been an honor to see you doing what you do best, talking and crying," she joked. She then recalled when Philipps told her she looked like her ex-boyfriend Chris. Before the show's second commercial break, Philipps brought out all the women that have worked on Busy Tonight, which filled up the set. "So many women!" she yelled. Subsequently, she provided a few lessons she's learned from the show: "We have learned that you should meet your heroes, that competition kills creativity, ... that a career pivot is always an option for everyone," Philipps said with tears in her eyes. "Finally, the most important lesson that we learned here is that it is a marathon, not a spring, and the real trick is figuring out what the f— the marathon is that you're actually running. And I have to tell you something, guys we haven't even broken a sweat yet." For her last goodbye song, she sang, "This is our last goodbye songs, parting is such sweet sorrow, but follow me on Instagram and I'll see your a—es tomorrow. Good night you guys, I really love you, i do." The Busy Tonight finale came one day after Philipps prompted thousands of women to share their abortion stories in response to restrictive legislation being signed into law in Alabama and Georgia. Her hashtag #YouKnowMe elicited responses from director Miranda July, actors Amber Tamblyn, Ashley Judd, Tess Holliday, Cynthia Nixon and Alia Shawkat and writer Jessica Valenti. Though Philipps originally shared her story of getting an abortion at age 15 in her book This Will Only Hurt a Little, she told to a wider audience on her show last week after Georgia's governor signed into law the so-called "fetal heartbeat bill," which outlaws abortions once a "fetal heartbeat" is detected, as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. Philipp's hashtag followed Alabama's governor signing into law a stricter bill, which bans virtually all abortions, including those following rape or incest. The only exception is when a pregnancy puts a woman's life in danger. Philipps first announced the show was being cancelled in an Instagram post on May 6, where she said she was "very proud of the show." Busy Tonight, which launched October 26 and ran four nights a week, featured Philipps weighing in on pop culture and interviewing celebrities including Mindy Kaling, Tina Fey, Kim Kardashian West, Chelsea Handler and Julia Roberts. According to Nielsen ratings, the show's largely female audience had a median age of 43.