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  1. Give your ratings the the very last movie you saw. You can rate it out of 10. You might also write a small review. Here goes Smashed(2012) Rating 7/10 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2063781/?ref_=nm_knf_t4
  2. Madonna felt "incarcerated" by her marriage. The Queen of Pop has been married twice, first to Sean Penn from 1985 to 1989 and most recently to Guy Ritchie, who she divorced in 2008 after eight years of marriage. She's currently promoting her album Rebel Heart and believes the breakup helped her creatively. 'I think when you get married you have to be willing to make a lot of compromises and that's fair enough. I think that's the way it goes in relationships," she reasoned to British newspaper The Sun. 'However, you know, I did find myself sometimes in a state of conflict. There were many times when I wanted to express myself as an artist in ways that I don't think my ex-husband felt comfortable with. 'There were times when I felt incarcerated. I wasn't really allowed to be myself." She adds that marriage isn't a "bad thing" per se, but that it's important to find someone who can accept their partner as they are. The 56-year-old certainly isn't shy of expressing herself these days and is constantly making headlines with her racy outfits and dance routines. She sees it as pushing the envelope and doesn't want anyone to misconstrue her actions as angry. Madonna has also become known for favouring younger boyfriends, but she doesn't understand why this would garner so much attention. 'It's OK if Mick Jagger dates a 25-year-old girl but if I date a 25-year-old man I'm, you know. It's ridiculous. It's so unfair. I mean, I don't get it," she fumed. 'I haven't felt it strongly until now. But I do think that people have a hard idea of getting their head around that a woman in her 50s could have fun, be adventurous, be silly, be sexual, have an active sex life. 'They're all the things that I was in my 20s and 30s and 40s. I don't know why I should stop now. Is there a manual for living?'
  3. In this month’s issue of Nintendo Dream, Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai discussed the process of choosing characters for the game’s roster. Sakurai confirmed that he looked into featuring characters from unreleased new games at the very beginning of development. By the time the project proposal finished – which was May 2012 – “all characters were already decided.†As production continues, the team decides which characters to cut from the proposal given their priority. Speaking of cut characters, Sakurai revealed that there was one newcomer who was almost cut. We won’t reveal who it was just to be safe with spoilers, though most of you should know who the character is at this point. Head past the break for the character in question plus the full excerpt from Nintendo Dream. ND: When not you are not developing and there is a new title or character released, you are not thinking about “How about that one in the next Smash Bros?â€, right? MS: Absolutely not! I’m always thinking that doing Smash Bros. again will be impossible. Impossible, impossible…is what I always think, but I ended up making it again (laughs). But once I decide to do it, I’m very fast about creating moves and such. For example Greninja, even before his name was decided I received several illustrations. I took them home in the evening and around midnight I had already done all his actions, normal moves, special moves and pose-pictures and sent them around asking “What do you think?â€. ND: That’s incredible speed! By the way, when deciding on which characters to use, are you looking into unreleased new games? MS: At the very beginning I did that. This time our project-proposal is dated May 2012, at that time all characters were decided already. Then as production moves on we will say “We won’t put that character in†and cut out low-priority-characters. ND: That means in your project-proposal there are more characters than ended up in the game? MS: Yes, but I won’t tell which of course. ND: (laughs). We were wondering all the time “Which characters will be inâ€, and then the “long-time heroes†are announced just like that. We were wondering if that was the right way to announce them. MS: After all we were planning on including so many characters, in the end this pace of announcing them was enough. Each and every character has fans, we wanted to drop as few as possible. About the order of which character has priority, the characters that don’t have a new title coming up have an overwhelming disadvantage…even characters that we ended up including could have been left out if development had progressed differently. But even if 1 former character is left out, for the fans this is a huge thing. On our side, we are re-creating characters from the previous title, and keep on adding more, so the word “reduce†is not appropriate. There are cases where we simply couldn’t make it in the end, but on the whole we did a good job I think and the people at Bandai Namco Games did a great job. We had discussions on giving up on something many many times, Bowser Jr. was on the brink of being cut but the staff said “We’ll do our best!†and we made it. ND: Were there Smash Bros. or Nintendo-fans among the staff of Bandai Namco Games? SM: Of course. People who love Nintendo, people who love the characters, people who aren’t a fan of something specific but love games as a whole…it depends on the individual. ND: Was there something you didn’t ask for but got created because one of your staff was obsessed with it? MS: There are several cases of this. For example, Sheik’s movement is completely different to Brawl, someone made a proposal to me for those motions.
  4. A high-profile police raid carried out on Kim Dotcom's New Zealand mansion has been declared legal by the country's Supreme Court. The Court acknowledged that the search warrants used against Dotcom were 'deficient' in detail, but this did not result in a miscarriage of justice. Almost three years ago, New Zealand police carried out a spectacular and aggressive armed raid against individuals accused only of copyright infringement. Acting on allegations from the United States government and its Hollywood partners, officers of STG, New Zealand’s elite counter-terrorist force, raided Kim Dotcom’s mansion. The German-born businessman was detained along with his wife Mona and their children. Mid 2012, a High Court judge found that the warrants used in the raid were overbroad and therefore illegal, but a February 2014 Court of Appeal reached a different conclusion. While acknowledging that the warrants contained flaws, a panel of three judges at the Court of Appeal found that overall the warrants were legal. Dissatisfied with the ruling, Dotcom took the case all the way to the Supreme Court complaining that the warrants were overbroad and lacked detail. The verdict was handed down today. In another disappointing ruling for the Megaupload founder, this morning the Supreme Court found that the 2012 raids on Dotcom’s home were carried out legally. Four Justices – John McGrath, William Young, Susan Glazebrook and Terence Arnold – dismissed Dotcom’s appeal while agreeing that the 2012 warrants were not unreasonably vague and general. Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias dissented, but her determination that there had been a miscarriage of justice was overruled. One judge aside, the Court acknowledged that while the original search warrants were indeed deficient when detailing the alleged offenses, those shortcomings did not result in damage for Dotcom and his associates. “The majority of the Court has decided that, although the search warrants were deficient in their description of the offenses to which they related, these defects did not result in any miscarriage of justice to the appellants,†the Court wrote in its summary. “While the search warrants did not specify that the offenses were against United States law, or that the offenses were punishable by two or more years’ imprisonment, this did not cause any significant prejudice to the appellants.†When taking all circumstances into account, including the explanations given to Dotcom by police carrying out the raid, the Court found that Dotcom (and fellow claimants Finn Batato, Mathias Ortmann and Bram Van Der Kolk) were given enough detail about the alleged offenses to which the search warrants related. Dotcom, who along with his co-appellants will have to pay court costs of $35,000, aired his disappointment on Twitter. “New Zealand Chief Justice Dame Elias got it right in both Supreme Court decisions in my case. She must be as frustrated as I am,â€
  5. In his end-of-year press conference today, President Barack Obama called the decision by Sony Pictures Entertainment to cancel the release of its film The Interview a “mistake.†“I am sympathetic to the threats they face,†Obama said. “Having said all that, yes, I think they made a mistake…. “We cannot have a society in which some dictator someplace can start imposing censorship here in the United States,†Obama said. “Because if somebody is able to intimidate folks out of releasing a satirical movie, imagine what they will start doing when they see a documentary they don’t like or news reports they don’t like? Or, even worse, imagine if producers and distributors and others start engaging in self-censorship because they don’t want to offend the sensibilities of somebody whose sensibilities probably need to be offended.†It’s important to point out that Hollywood is already engaging in self-censorship in the wake of the Sony hack; on Wednesday, another entertainment company, New Regency, pulled the plug on a Steve Carell film set in Pyonyang before the film had even hit production. Actor George Clooney, in an interview yesterday with Deadline, noted that Sony didn’t want to cancel its film, but had no choice once movie theaters started canceling screenings. “Sony didn’t pull the movie because they were scared; they pulled the movie because all the theaters said they were not going to run it,†he said. “And they said they were not going to run it because they talked to their lawyers and those lawyers said if somebody dies in one of these, then you’re going to be responsible.†Sony CEO Michael Lynton denied that his company had “caved†under the threat. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter this morning, he said, “The movie theaters came to us one by one over the course of a very short time. We were very surprised by it…. At that point in time we had no alternative to not proceed with a theatrical release on the 25th of December….We have not caved. We have not given in. We have persevered.†Regardless of who initiated the cancellations, in his interview with Deadline, Clooney expressed the same sentiments Obama did in saying that industries should not bow to threats—especially ones that trample on the First Amendment. “The truth is, you’re going to have a much harder time finding distribution now. And that’s a chilling effect.†President Obama added today that he wished Sony “had spoken to me first†before making its decision. “I would have told them, do not get into a pattern in which you are intimidated by these kinds of criminal attacks.†He likened it to the idea of Boston canceling the Boston Marathon out of fear that another attack might strike that event. “I think all of us have to anticipate that occasionally there are going to be breaches like this, they are going to be costly,… but we can’t start changing our patterns of behavior any more than we stop going to a football game because there might be the possibility of a terrorist attack..lets not get into that way of doing business.†Obama’s statement followed an announcement this morning from the FBI that it had evidence attributing the Sony hack to North Korea. The evidence provided by the FBI in its announcement, however, has still not convinced many skeptical security professionals that North Korea is behind the attack. Updated 1pm PST: To add statement from Sony CEO Michael Lynton.
  6. Sunset Overdrive wasn't announced for PC, but Insomniac hasn't ruled it out. The ad you see above might state that Xbox One-exclusive Sunset Overdrive is coming to PC, but it's just a simple mistake, Microsoft has said. NeoGAF user Lucifon spotted the ad earlier today online, but as some other users guessed, Microsoft didn't actually mean to say the game is coming to PC. "On the Sunset Xbox/PC ad: Not true, this was a simple mistake and the team is aware/addressing," said Mike Ybarra, who works on the Xbox Platform and Windows Gaming Development Team. "Sorry for any confusion!" In September, Sunset Overdrive developer Insomniac Games said it has no plans to bring its over-the-topXbox One action game to PC, but has not ruled out a release for computers sometime down the road. "I don't know what the future holds," Insomniac Games marketing lead James Stevenson said at the time. "Right now there's no plans for a PC version of the game. We're just working hard to finish up [the Xbox One version]. We're going to support it post-launch and then we'll see what happens in the future. But there's no plans. We aren't planning a PC version or anything like that." Sunset Overdrive launches October 28. You can buy the game that day by itself or through a $399 Xbox One hardware bundle that includes a white system, matching white controller, and a copy of the game. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  7. "To make it truly immersive we had to let people explore it their way," says CD Projekt Red. The Witcher franchise's "missing element" was an open-world design, according to Polish developer CD Projekt Red. In a new interview with VG247, CD Projekt Red's Michal Platkow-Gilewski said the studio always wanted to make a truly open-world Witcher game, but technical limitations held the company back from being able to do so in the way that it wanted to. "It's only with the next-gen consoles that we can do much more," he said about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. "Open-world was something we've always wanted to do and we believed that was the missing element for this story. To make it truly immersive we had to let people explore it their way. We always wanted this but we couldn't because of technical limitations and because of the experience and size of the team." CD Projekt Red has not held back in boasting about the size of The Witcher 3's open-world. The studio said previously that the game is 35 times the size of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and 20 percent larger than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. For more on The Witcher 3's open-world, check out GameSpot's in-depth thoughtsabout what open-world means for the game. Also in the interview, Platkow-Gilewski discussed the Witcher's evolution from its origins as a PC-exclusive to its multiplatform status today. "With The Witcher 3, we knew that we would have to reach a wider audience," he said. "We needed to be on the new consoles and in particular the PS4, because a lot of people are attracted to them." The Witcher 2 for Xbox 360 was CD Projekt Red's first console release. Platkow-Gilewski explained that it was "very hard" to make the game run on that console, and revealed that the studio even had to "redo" a lot of in-game elements to make it work. The Witcher 3 for PlayStation 4 will represent the franchise's debut on a Sony platform, as The Witcher 2 was never released for PlayStation 3. As for why The Witcher 3 is not coming to Xbox 360 or PS3, CD Projekt Red said previously that it would be "impossible" to deliver the full vision for the game on those platforms. Last week, CD Projekt Red responded to a claim from an anonymous "insider" that claimed the team had been "crunching for over a year" in a bid to overcome development challenges. The Witcher 3 launches on February 24, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. For more, check outGameSpot's previous coverage. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  8. A July 29 post on Joey Fatone’s Facebook page said it all: “Who knew we had another album out today? I didn’t! Lol.†Indeed, the most surprised ’N Syncloyalists were the group’s own members: Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez,Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick and Fatone. “I was shocked,†Bass tells Billboard about learning Sony/Legacy had quietly released The Essential *NSYNC to Amazon, where the two-disc set -- featuring hits “Tearin’ Up My Heart†and “Bye Bye Bye†alongside cuts that even Bass “never heard†-- swiftly sold out. It landed at No. 25 on the Billboard 200 dated Aug. 16 (and No. 10 on iTunes for the week ending Aug. 4). Bass congratulated his bandmates through texting and “immediately called Sony,†he says. “They were very apologetic: ‘We didn’t know there was a market.’ It surprised them as much as us how great it did.†The label is under no obligation to inform the act that it’s issuing a best-of (theEssential series, Sony’s most successful product line, takes a deeper dive into an artist’s repertoire), but one might think that RCA would have the courtesy to inform one of its marquee acts. After all, ’N Sync broke records with 2000’s No Strings Attached, moving 2.4 million units in its first week. Of course, times have changed -- even since 2005’s Greatest Hits (“I found out about that a couple of days before,†says Bass), which sold 325,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. But Essential’s performance -- 10,000 units sold -- could tarnish a legacy that has been preserved ever so carefully, as witnessed by the group’s choreographed reunion at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Bass made the most of the awkwardness on social media, tweeting thanks to fans and Instagramming photos of Essential climbing the iTunes charts. But the label isn’t laughing or cheering, it seems, because it turned down multiple requests by Billboard to discuss the compilation’s performance. Meanwhile, an ’N Sync source says Sony “didn’t do any promotion because it won’t lead to a tour or a new record. It’s the label looking for a quick money grab, nothing more.†To that end, Bass, who expects to receive royalties, and Sony may be, er, in sync: “It’ll be a nice Christmas bonus.†Billboard: What was your reaction when you saw The Essential *NSYNChad been released? Lance Bass: I was shocked. That was the first thing: “Wow, okay, I didn’t know that this was happening.†I immediately called Sony/Legacy and they were very apologetic, saying, "Oh my gosh, we would have done this with you guys, we just didn’t know there was a market for this, really, at all." It surprised them as much as it surprised us how great it did the first week.†Why do you think they released it if there wasn’t a market for it? Just like the last album released, the Greatest Hits album, I found out about that a couple of days before. It wasn’t promoted at all and didn’t do anything. I didn’t tweet about about it because I didn’t think people would care, but this time, I loved that they released two CDs. I loved the second CD of stuff we did such a long time ago. I love that they chose songs to showcase that we were a vocal group, which sometimes you forget, talking about a boy band -- “Oh wow, they can sing too?†Some of the songs, I wish they would have spoken to us. Like, ugh, no. I wouldn’t have put that on the album. What songs would you have chosen to leave off? The number one song on the number one CD, “Here We Go.†That song has always bothered me [laughs]. I was just never in love with that song, and it’s one of the first songs we ever recorded. It’s so dated. I would have added “When You Wish Upon a Star.†We did that for Disney one year, and I love the way the vocals are arranged for the a cappella. What would you have done differently in terms of the rollout? We could’ve had so much more fun with our fans. Our fans have been so loyal to us for so long, and they’ve been desperately wanting something from us. After the VMAs last year it really wet their whistle to see ‘N Sync again. We still have a DVD of the Celebrity tour that we’ve never edited, and they’ve been asking for that for 10 years, and we’ve been trying to figure out how to get that done for them. It would’ve been fun to use social media to have fun with it and maybe roll out a few songs before it came out, just to tease it. And get the fans’ opinions on their favorite songs that they would like to see on a compilation. How did it feel to be topping the iTunes chart with The Essential *NSYNC? Obviously a lot of terrible things are happening in the world today, a lot of negativity out there -- and with the Israel conflict that’s all anyone can talk about, to have some positive, fun thing happen in a week, just see those fans rally behind it and bring it back to their teenage years [was great]. It brought people back to a fun time, an innocent time. I love that we got to provide that for some people, even if it just lasted a week or two. At least it made some people happy. Fans have been calling for a reunion if it hits No. 1. What are the chances of that happening? I doubt we would do a tour or anything like that, but now that we see the fans are there, we want to make sure they’re happy. We could play around with some of our old stuff, like we did with this compilation -- do some stuff with remixes. Any new material I definitely don’t see happening at all, especially with Justin [Timberlake]. I don’t think he would ever come back to the group. Chris Kirkpatrick tweeted positively about the record -- have you spoken with the other band members about the release? I talked to everyone about it. We have this group text every other week. It was such a surprise to us. We were like, “Well, congratulations!†Everyone’s been having fun with it. It’s been really funny. It is quite unbelievable. What did your management say about not being notified? Do you understand that it's the label's prerogative to issue a greatest hits collection? We don’t even have managemnet! That’s probably why we didn’t hear about it. When the label needs to contact us, they contact us directly. We still have our same royalty rates, so it’ll be a nice Christmas bonus for us. I’m not mad at them at all for not telling us. It’s just business and they probably didn’t even think we would care if they released anything. But you know, we care about our fans. It sold out on Amazon and is expected to debut in the Top 30 -- a success, but not on the level of ‘N Sync success. Does that gnaw at you? Back in the day, selling 2.4 million records in a week, it was a special time. Music history has changed so much with downloads and all that kind of stuff. No one gets physical downloads anymore. It’s still nice to know we can release stuff and that people want to hear it. It’s definitely encouraging to us if we wanted to do new music in the future. Wouldn't it have made more sense a year ago when you reunited on the VMAs? The VMAs would have been great, and next year is our 20th anniversary. I really think record labels never thought there would be a market. They really did not believe people would care. On the flipside of that, it’s like, if you don’t think people care, why release something? How does it feel to hear songs you’ve never heard before? It’s so great! It was nice to be reminded of where we came from, and remind the fans of where we came from. Our fans in their 20s and 30s are having kids, and they’re introducing their kids to ‘N Sync, and I love seeing all these videos of little four- and five-year-olds doing the “Bye Bye Bye†dance because the older generation is teaching the younger generation. Pass it forward.
  9. Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm remains in custody on suspicion of hacking into the mainframe computers of a Danish IT company. However, new evidence made public during the most recent court hearing shows that Svartholm's computer had been compromised, giving credence to the defense's claim that someone else carried out the attacks. Late last year Gottfrid Svartholm was extradited to Denmark, where the Pirate Bay founder stands accused of hacking into the mainframe computers of IT company CSC. After several custody extensions Svartholm appeared in court again a few days ago. During the court session the court presented new evidence, backing up the theory that someone else used Svartholm’s computer to carry out the hacks. The court released the results of an investigation into Svartholm’s computer, which was carried out in February. The released data cover the results of several antivirus scans and the identification of hundreds of suspicious files. TorrentFreak spoke to Svartholm’s lawyer Luise Høj, who explained that the computer contained several threats, some dating back to 2011. The list includes trojans and exploits that could have allowed an outsider to take control over the machine. “This is definite evidence that the computer has been compromised – and that the attacker has gained administrator privileges, no less,†Høj informs TorrentFreak. Despite being aware of the evidence for several months the court maintains the position that Svartholm should remain in custody. His lawyer, however, is convinced that the investigation can plead the Pirate Bay founder free. “For me this is a clear evidence that Gottfrid has been telling the truth all along – and in my opinion it shows that the Danish legal system has big difficulty handling cases which require a certain level of technical insight as regards computers,†Høj tells us. Gottfrid’s mother Kristina Svartholm shares this opinion. She can’t understand why it took the court several months to present the evidence. According to her, this may not be just a simple mistake. “Perhaps ‘malice’ is a more appropriate word,†Kristina Svartholm tells us. “Their methods leave me more and more worried.†“Gottfrid’s own conclusion is that they have tried to hide them as long as possible just because everything points in his favor,†she adds. The next hearing in Denmark is currently scheduled to take place at the end of this month. Both Svartholm’s lawyer and mother hope that he will be released, in part based on the new information. The hacking trial is expected to start in September.