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awww … baby groot lives in ‘guardians of the galaxy’ 2 trailer


groot lives!disney dropped the new trailer for “guardians of the galaxy vol. 2” during sunday’s super bowl.from the video, we see star lord (chris pratt) strut his awkward brand of cool. plus, we see new weapons, jumping into space and a return of the whole team: gamora (zoe saldana), drax (dave bautista) and rocket (bradley cooper).and, yes, we see baby groot (vin diesel).meanwhile, the new disneyland ride guardians of the galaxy— mission: breakout! is closer than ever. as riders enter, they are recruited by rocket raccoon to help him free the other guardians, who have been kidnapped by the collector, azcentral.com reports.no word yet on the opening date, but the buzz is that it will open around may 5, when the next guardians movie debuts.






new guardians of the galaxy game is coming from deus ex developers


techportal11|39m ago|news|1|a guardians of the galaxy title from telltale is currently under development and is reportedly scheduled to come out later this year. devgame developerguardians of the galaxypcps4techtelltalethetechportal.comread full story >>thetechportal.com






star wars galaxy of heroes credit heist scoundrels tips


samdeal|37m ago|article|0|the credit heist in star wars: goh is the best chance you'll get to rack up tons of credits. here's how to build the best team as quickly as possibly to get that money. androidcasual gamesipadiphonemobilestar wars: galaxy of heroeshub.meread full story >>hub.me






technology - why do aliens have higher tech than us?


this isn't always true. star wars and star trek are both extremely famous sf worlds where humans often meet civilizations far behind them in technology (and sometimes ahead). there are many other examples.in fact, the idea that aliens marginally more a nced than us would show up in our civilization is exceedingly unlikely.interstellar civilization is a relativistic phenomina. if you can colonize other stars, the amount of time it takes to colonize a galaxy a blink of cosmic eye, even with slower than light ships.our primitive voyager travels at 62000 km/h. at that rate it takes a mere 1.8 billion years to cross the galaxy.if we had a civilization that sent "civilization seeds" (generation ships, star wisps, whatever) at voyager speeds, and the new civilization took 100,000 years to mature






technology - why do aliens have higher tech than us?


this isn't always true. star wars and star trek are both extremely famous sf worlds where humans often meet civilizations far behind them in technology (and sometimes ahead). there are many other examples.in fact, the idea that aliens marginally more a nced than us would show up in our civilization is exceedingly unlikely.interstellar civilization is a relativistic phenomina. if you can colonize other stars, the amount of time it takes to colonize a galaxy a blink of cosmic eye, even with slower than light ships.our primitive voyager travels at 62000 km/h. at that rate it takes a mere 1.8 billion years to cross the galaxy.if we had a civilization that sent "civilization seeds" (generation ships, star wisps, whatever) at voyager speeds, and the new civilization took 100,000 years to mature






canberra school rosa green to represent act in miss teen galaxy australia


canberra rosa green who is a student at st clare?s college griffith will represent the act at the miss teen galaxy australia national final in march. p o: suppliedcanberra's rosa green is well-aware of the "glamorous side" of the pageant world but hopes months of fund-raising and volunteer work will help equip her for a career as a doctor.rosa, 15, has been gearing up to vy for the title of miss teen galaxy australia at the pageant's national final on the gold coast in march. canberra rosa green who is a student at st clare's college griffith will represent the act at the miss teen galaxy australia national final in march. p o: supplieda friend encouraged rosa, of deakin, to sign up for the pageant last year and she competed in the nsw finals held in december.she has spent the past three






south korea to make sure smartphones stop exploding


samsung a few weeks ago explained that two distinct battery issues caused the numerous galaxy note 7 fires last year that prompted samsung to recall and then discontinue the phablet. samsung conceded that other factors may have favored the explosions, including its desire to cram a larger battery in a thinner phone and the lack of more adequate quality urance tests. samsung vowed to take additional steps to prevent similar accidents in the future, including a new 8-point battery testing procedure.but it’s not just samsung that’s looking to ensure its phones won’t explode in the future. the south korean government concluded its own galaxy note 7 investigation and announced a series of measures that will affect all smartphone makers who sell devices in the region.don’t miss:mit’s new ai unde






samsung will unveil something at mwc on february 26th


we're not sure what it shows, and your guess probably hinges on whether you think the mark in the center is a home on or a usb-c port. of course, this being the "mobile" event, and considering the devices already ruled out, it could be some new (albeit oddly-shaped) galaxy tab. whatever it is, you have a month to get your guesses in.






samsung battery factory explodes | new york post


if samsung sdi sounds familiar, that’s because we’re talking about the samsung affiliate who had the unfortunate mission to build what turned out to be faulty batteries for the galaxy note 7. those batteries overheated and exploded, causing various fires that forced samsung to announce a m ive recall — ultimately, the phone was s ed as batteries from a second supplier kept exploding.samsung sdi made the news again on wednesday when one of its plants in china caught fire. cue all the battery jokes you can think of.don’t miss: bystander sees tesla owner loading kids into trunk seats, immediately reports abductionthings, however, aren’t as bad as they sound. a spokesperson told bloomberg that the fire didn’t affect production, as it occurred at a waste depository, not a production facility.it






five gamma-ray blazars set new distance record


washington — scientists have spotted a quintet of record-breaking blazars. the five gamma-ray blazars — supremely bright galaxies that host superm ive black holes — are the most distant ever spotted, at more than 11.7 billion light-years away.as a gamma-ray blazar’s black hole swallows up matter, bright jets shoot out of the galaxy at close to the speed of light. if a jet happens to be pointed at earth, the galaxy gleams brilliantly in the sky in the high-energy light of gamma rays.researchers spotted the far-flung blazars using nasa’s fermi gamma-ray space telescope, astronomer roopesh ojha of nasa’s goddard space flight center in greenbelt, md., reported january 30 at a meeting of the american physical society. the new blazars had whopper black holes, with the biggest weighing in at 7 bi






guess which is the top smartphone maker in the world- apple or samsung?


the results are out and samsung, the mighty warrior of smartphones, has fallen.as shocking as it seems, korean smartphone giant– samsung, that has dominated the global charts since 2011, has slipped to the second spot in the global smartphone ranking by selling 77.5 million headsets in the final quarter of 2016 as against its arch-rival apple that bagged the top spot by selling 78.3 million handsets.according to a report by the research firm strategy analytics, apple sold more smartphones than any other company in the world displaying an impressive 18 percent market share in the fourth quarter of 2016. samsung, on the other hand, witnessed a decline of 5 percent annually, wherein the company’s sales declined from 81.3 million units in the fourth quarter of 2015 to 77.5 million units in 201






super bowl ads: who won the battle of the marvel comics superheroes?


rocket and baby groot steal their moments in the new “guardians of the galaxy: vol. 2″ trailer. (courtesy of disney/marvel studios 2017)so who won the battle of the marvel comics superheroes on super bowl sunday?fox delivered its new look at “logan,” featuring an older wolverine (hugh jackman) looking out for an aging professor x (patrick stewart) set against the tones of “amazing grace.” there was nothing new to see here.the r-rated film, directed by james mangold (“the wolverine”), opens march 3. [hugh jackman prepares to pop his claws for the last time as wolverine] by contrast, marvel studios’s latest trailer for “guardians of the galaxy: vol. 2″ has more to reveal. the sneak-peek swaps in a new ’70s tune (trading sweet for fleetwood mac); we see new team member mantis (pom klementieff






samsung factory fire triggered by discarded batteries


samsung just can't catch a break when it comes to batteries. the company reports that faulty lithium batteries and other waste products triggered minor fire at a samsung sdi factory in tianjin, china on february 8th. no one was hurt, the company says, and it's largely business as usual at the plant. you won't have to worry about (further) delays for the galaxy s8, then.






samsung galaxy note 7 battery factory catches fire


they didn't get the memo about the note. a fire apparently caused by a faulty battery occurred at a samsung factory in china in the wake of a m ive global recall of 2.5 million smartphones due to the problematic energy sources, reuters reports. approximately 110 firefighters and 19 trucks responded to the blaze, which resulted in no casualties according to a samsung spokesman. in light of widespread issues with the battery of the galaxy note 7 suddenly combusting, everyone from airlines to the mta urged users to turn their devices off while trying to get from point a to point b.samsung recalling 2.8 million exploding washing machines(shawn l. minter/ap) the south korea-based techn monolith permanently ceased production of the device in october. located in the city of tianjin, the samsung






lg's g6 invite drops more hints about the 'big screen' phone


as usual, lg is continuing to slowly drop hints about its big product unveiling ahead of mobile world congress 2017 next month. our official invite to the launch event for its next flagship mobile phone has arrived and positions the g6 as having a "big screen...that fits." the words and diagram continue to hint at a device with minimal bezel, which backs up images previously leaked. lg itself already revealed the device's unique 18:9 ratio display -- branded "full vision" -- and promises it won't explode.since samsung's galaxy s8 debut will be delayed, something has to grab the spotlight in barcelona and maybe the g6 is that phone. we'll find out on february 26th.






fifa youtuber admits to breaking uk gambling law


fut galaxy allowed players to bet on real-life sporting events, including premier league and champions league fixtures, with fifa's virtual in-game currency. the "social gaming" site had no age restrictions and accepted credit card payments, as the guardian reports. winnings could then be transferred back into the game. nepenthez would promote the service on his channel: "you don't have to be 18 for this, because this is a virtual currency," he said in one video, which was shown as part of the court case in birmingham. as eurogamer reported last september, many of these videos have now vanished from the youtuber's channel.douglas and rigby have been fined £16,000 and £24,000 respectively. alongside these charges are prosecution costs of £75,000 and £150,000 respectively. "in my opinion, bo






best boss battles in gaming history - part seventeen


phil32|36m ago|opinion piece|2|phil writes, "one of superphillip central's most popular recurring series is back with more best boss battles in gaming history! with sixteen previous entries already, we've talked about and shared lots of memorable, fun, and entertaining battles against some serious bosses. this edition includes foes from god of war, resident evil 4, and super mario galaxy 2, to name just a few." 3dspcps3ps4retrowiiwii uxbox 360xbox onesuperphillipcentral.comread full story >>superphillipcentral.com






telltale hires industry veteran leah hoyer as vice president of creative


superhys|35m ago|news|0|telltale games, a publisher and developer of hit narrative-driven games, announced that award-winning narrative designer leah hoyer has joined the company. the former arenanet and microsoft employee has an impressive track record in narrative design. androidgame developergame publisherguardians of the galaxy: the telltale seriesipadiphonepcps4switchtelltale gamesxbox onedragon-gaming.comread full story >>dragon-gaming.com






telltale hires industry veteran leah hoyer as vice president of creative


superhys|2h ago|news|1|telltale games, a publisher and developer of hit narrative-driven games, announced that award-winning narrative designer leah hoyer has joined the company. the former arenanet and microsoft employee has an impressive track record in narrative design. androidgame developergame publisherguardians of the galaxy: the telltale seriesipadiphonepcps4switchtelltale gamesxbox onedragon-gaming.comread full story >>dragon-gaming.com






in 20th century, astronomers opened their minds to gazillions of galaxies


washington — before astronomers could discover the expansion of the universe, they had to expand their minds.when the 20th century began, astronomers not only didn’t know the universe was expanding, they didn’t even care.“astronomers in the late 19th century and the very start of the 20th century were very little interested in what we would call the broader universe or its history,” says historian of science robert smith of the university of alberta in canada.some astronomers were interested in the structure of the milky way galaxy, the vast collection of stars in which the sun, earth and known planets reside. “but astronomers played next to no part in the debates at the end of the 19th century about the wider nature of the cosmos,” smith said in a talk january 28 at a meeting of the ameri






'guardians of the galaxy vol. 2' aims for bigger, better sci-fi


closeskip in skipxembedxshare baby groot looks to be a scene stealer in the new trailer for 'guardians of the galaxy: vol. 2,' in theaters may 5. drax (dave bautista) is a big ol' softie when it comes to the guardians' new ally, mantis (pom klementieff).(p o: marvel studios)everybody’s favorite a-holes are back with a space adventure even bigger than their blockbuster debut.in the 2014 breakout hit guardians of the galaxy, the motley crew of marvel heroes led by roguish peter quill (chris pratt) saved the universe, and the sequel guardians of the galaxy vol. 2 (in theaters may 5) opens with the rowdy bunch as cosmic rock stars. it’s art imitating life: guardians e out of nowhere three years ago to make household names of talking raccoon rocket (voiced by bradley cooper) and sentient tree g






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






geronimo may have hidden his tribe, but not in hidden valley


this edward s. curtis p og h depicts geronimo in 1906. (p o: rob schumacher/the republic)today’s question:i have heard geronimo used hidden valley to hide his tribe’s women and children while the army was pursuing him. is that true or just a rumor?if you are talking about the hidden valley in phoenix’s south mountain preserve, that is extremely unlikely.geronimo was a southern arizona kind of guy and, given his situation with the feds on his trail, he and his followers wouldn’t have been traipsing around stashing the wives and kiddies north of the gila river.if you are interested in exploring geronimo’s territory, follow the geronimo trail in far southern arizona and new mexico.why google when you've got clay thompson, our resident guru of random knowledge? email him your questions at clay






japan ‘space junk’ collector in trouble


tokyo: an experimental ‘space junk’ collector designed to pull rubbish from the earth’s orbit has run into trouble, japanese scientists said tuesday, potentially a new embarr ment for tokyo’s high-tech programme.over 100 million pieces of garbage are thought to be whizzing around the planet, including cast-off equipment from old ellites and bits of rocket, which experts say pose a growing threat to future space exploration.scientists at the japan aerospace exploration agency (jaxa) are testing an electrodynamic ‘tether’ — created with the help of a fishing net company — to slow the junk down and bring it into a lower orbit.the hope was that the clutter — built up after more than five decades of human space exploration — would enter the earth’s atmosphere and burn up harmlessly long before






reality check - reasons for a sufficiently a nced alien race to want to destroy


this species of alien is extremely long lived and are psychologically very unusual vs most evolved organisms.from their point of view letting humans live would amount to foolishly ignoring their experience from the last 100 times someone has developed hyperspace technology. it's always the same"first they figure out how to get to other stars, they talk a big game about peace and prosperity and cooperation but within a few generations someone somewhere in their species little empire eventually decides that it would be a good idea to st a blob of grey goo to the hood of a von neuman probe and st that to a hyper-drive.""sometimes it happens quickly, sometimes it takes until the species has some stupid internal war. sometimes it's some twisted attempt at conquest, sometimes it's misguided curi






conditions right for stars, planets near milky way’s superm ive black hole


blobs of gas near the milky way’s center may be just the right m to harbor young stars and possibly planets, too. any such budding stellar systems would face an uphill battle, developing only about two light-years from the galaxy’s central superm ive black hole with its intense gravity and ultraviolet radiation. but it’s not impossible for the small stars to survive in the hostile place, a new study suggests.“nature is very clever. it finds ways to work in extreme environments,” says farhad yusef-zadeh, an astrophysicist at northwestern university in evanston, ill. four blobs of gas near the galactic center have the right amount of m to be planetary systems with small, young stars, yusef-zadeh and colleagues report online january 20 at arxiv.org. the paper is also slated for publication in






possible sign of dark matter shows up again


a strange x-ray signal has popped up again in new measurements, raising hopes that it could be a sign of dark matter.data from nasa’s chandra x-ray observatory reveal an excess of x-rays at a particular energy, creating a bump on a plot, scientists report online at arxiv.org on january 29. the x-ray “line,” as it is known, could reveal the presence of dark matter — an unknown substance that scientists believe constitutes most of the matter in the cosmos.while the x-ray line has been found previously using several different telescopes, some searches have come up empty (sn: 9/3/16, p. 17). the new observation strengthens the case that the odd feature is real, and eliminates some possible mundane explanations.“this is a very exciting thing,” says astrophysicist nico cappelluti of yale univers






sneak peek at disney's latest attraction


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a scale model created by walt disney imagineering shows the exterior of guardians of the galaxy mission: breakout!, a new attraction at disney california adventure park debuting in summer 2017. disneyland resortguardians of the galaxy ð mission: breakout! will take disney california adventure park guests through the fortress-like museum of the mysterious collector, who is keeping his newest acquisitions, the guardians of the galaxy, as prisoners.(p o: artist concept/disneyland resort)now that tower of terror has officially checked out, disney officials promise the new attraction now being crafted in its space will be faster, louder and brighter.the gutted hollywood el is hidden under a shroud as workers transform it into guardians of the galaxy— mission: break






scary movie creators plan to release 'fearless' star wars parody


fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to... a spoof?the directors of the scary movie franchise are at it again. this time, their target is a galaxy far, far away.trailer: s season 6video duration01:41previous slidenext slidevideo duration01:34trailer: rogue one: a star wars storytrailer: rogue one: a star wars storythe rebellion makes a risky move to steal the plans to the death star, setting up the epic saga to follow.trailer: s season 6video duration01:41video duration01:41trailer: s season 6trailer: s season 6the final season of the hbo series s is due to air in 2017.trailer: toni erdmannvideo duration02:02video duration02:02trailer: toni erdmanntrailer: toni erdmanna practical joking father tries to reconnect with his hard working daughter by creating an outrageous alte