Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, couldn’t show up to Hall H of San Diego Comic-Con two months after the release of their movie and nor do something big.The Russos called in a few favours and got some friends to ask questions on their panel.They talked about how exciting it was to be so close to the box office milestones of Avatar, that Anthony Mackie and Mark Ruffalo ruin the most takes, and that Scarlett Johansson nails the most takes.The most difficult effects on Infinity War were the visualisation of the dusting and on Endgame it was “Smart Hulk.” They wish they could relive Robert’s last day of filming, which was the “I am Iron Man” moment and took place next to the sound stage where he did his first screen test.Then came those “fan questions,” all shot on mobile phones.They said no, Shuri is the smartest Avenger.
Humans last set foot on the moon in 1972 with NASA's Apollo 17 mission.Apollo 17 commander Eugene Cernan appears in this photo with the parked Lunar Roving Vehicle on the moon.NASA hopes to both relive and expand on its moon glory days with the Artemis program, which includes a planned 2024 mission to land the first woman and the next man on the moon.The timeline is daring and NASA has many challenges to overcome on its way.Here's how it hopes to pull off what would be a huge space triumph.
eBay is having its second day of sales today to coincide with Amazon Prime Day and for the rest of this week, customers can enjoy an additional 20 per cent off.eBay offered customers an extra 20 per cent off coupon yesterday on top of its range of sale items priced the same as an Amazon Prime membership, which is a fun little dig at the giant online retailer.The coupon had a limit of three uses, and if you already burned through that, the good news is that you can relive that sweet discount all over again, with another three uses.Just use code PARTY at checkout.Just like yesterday, there's a minimum spend of £25 and a maximum amount of £100 that can be discounted in any one transaction.You've got until the stroke of midnight on Friday to redeem it.
Pets are part of the family.And so, their death or separation leaves an immense depth of grief in most of the family members, if not all.Some people are so attached to their pets that they choose to make keepsake jewelry in memory of them.Pet cremation jewelry is a wonderful option to keep alive, the memories and precious moments shared with your pet.Ashes Jewelry for Pets - What You Need to KnowThe cremated remains of your pets in the form of ashes can be used to make cremation jewelry.The ashes are carefully and discreetly placed in pieces of jewelry.The hidden chamber or compartment within the jewelry securely holds a small amount of the ashes.Ashes cremation jewelry can be in the form of necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings or any other accessory.Necklaces come with pendants for ashes that can be worn on a day-to-day basis.Pendants are also available as standalone pieces.Reasons to Buy Ashes JewelryPet cremation jewelry gives the feel of physical closeness with the lost pet.It helps to relive the memories and cherish the time spent together.You can also gift a bereaving person with cremation jewelry to help them cope up with the loss.Availability of Ashes JewelryPet cremation jewelry is now widely available online from different retailers.Always approach a genuine online vendor while ordering ashes pet cremation jewelry.The author has got pendants for ashes in memory of his favorite pet dog, Rocky.The author believes that pet cremation jewelry has helped him to feel more connected with the dog ever since.
Both Strava and Relive have made statements on their recent breakup, suggesting that the other was the one that was at fault.According to Relive, they worked with Strava and followed Strava’s recent takedown request – but were blocked from the API nonetheless.Strava said Relive was simply abusing its API.Not through the group’s official API, anyway.If Relive wants to gain access to Strava data from now on, they’ll need to get extra creative.Before now, users would be able to quite easily create an automatically-compiled piece of media based in Relive using their Strava data, GPS, and photos taken during said trip.
The rise of smartphones has led to the renaissance of classic games online that used to be trending in the past.If you wish to relive those nostalgic games emulators is the best choice for you.Emulator helps you to provide the environment in which you can experience and relive those games again.
The best helmet cameras let you relive your ride without taking your hands — or your focus — away from the action.But helmet cams are typically used for bumpy, unpredictable scenarios — which is why the stabilization, durability, and GPS of the GoPro Hero7 Black makes it the best option for attaching to your helmet.The best helmet camera: GoPro Hero7 BlackWhy you should buy this: Buttery smooth image stabilization for great footage on the bumpiest ridesWho’s it for: Athletes, adventurers, and anyone looking for steady hands-free shotsWhy we picked the GoPro Hero7 Black:
When Neil Armstrong became the first human in history to set foot on the moon in July 1969, team members back at Mission Control allowed themselves a brief pat on the back in a tense operation that still had to bring the astronauts safely back home.It may seem unfathomable to some, but the Johnson Space Center control room that oversaw that historic landing — and also played a central role in the early years of the space race — ended up falling into a state of disrepair after NASA moved its team to a more modern facility in 1992.Eventually coming to fully understand and appreciate its significance, the Johnson Space Center set about creating a plan to restore the facility with a view to opening it to the public at its base in Houston, Texas.After two years of painstaking efforts funded by the nearby city of Webster as well as a Kickstarter campaign, the control room is opening as a museum piece on July 1, 2019.Visitors will be able to marvel at the restored flight control consoles with their illuminated buttons, as well as monitors showing actual data used during the Apollo 11 mission.The large screens at the front of the control room have also been reactivated with projections showing the exact same images seen during the celebrated moon landing 50 years ago.
For efficiency and quality, life for photo lovers has never been better than now, holding the power and capabilities of a smartphone in the palm of your hand.But still, tech advances often cost us something too.Like the visceral, tactile joy of creating and preserving an actual physical photograph.If you were a kid of the 70s and 80s, the Polaroid instant camera undoubtedly holds a place in your heart.Now, you can revisit that magic — or experience it for the first time — with this retro-cool Polaroid OneStep 2 Camera and Photobox storage for $20 off, just $99.99 from TNW Deals.Yep, once upon a time, you clicked a shutter and your camera actually spat out a honest-to-goodness picture instantly.
It’s June 25th, and we here at The Verge have already begun getting CES emails in preparation for the best time of the year.(To be clear, that time of year is in January.)And what better way to get excited than to relive CES 10 years ago when Tom Hanks delivered what may be the best keynote introduction in CES history?It all resurfaced yesterday when Talk Film Society editor-in-chief Marcelo Pico tweeted a snippet of the keynote, which got picked up by AV Club.Even with two Oscars, Tom Hanks couldn't get through the 2009 CES Sony presentation he was contractually obligated to do with a straight face— Midsommarcelo (@MarceloJPico) June 24, 2019
Apple’s iOS 13 is publicly available, and you can experience it for yourself if you have an eligible iPhone or iPod Touch.There’s an awful lot of new stuff included in Apple’s latest mobile OS, but one of the biggest new features is a simple color change.While it may sound like a way for your iPhone to relive your awkward teenage goth years, it’s far simpler than that.In basic terms, it’s a color swap for your phone’s operating system, changing iOS’s traditional eye-searing light backgrounds to a darker hue, meaning your phone’s screen is less bright.As such, it’s the perfect mode for night, when you don’t want a bright-white theme shining into your eyes.This means you’ll be able to turn on the mode to change not only your system theme, but all of Apple’s own apps, and supported third-apps to show a darker theme, too.
Many young women grow up dreaming of being brides on their wedding day.They visualize perfect event that they will never forget, uniquely theirs and unlike any before or since wedding videographer Italy.They might:Choose the photographer before they find their videographer.Look for videographers as they shop for someone to cater, do flowers, or man the limousine.Don't think much about what they want their wedding video to record, only want to know that it will get done; therefore, they might just simply ask a brother-in-law to do it.They make their final choice by choosing the cheapest way to do so possible (including using the brother-in-law).If you want the proper product, you have to do it right.Don't simply do what everyone else does.If you don't, you may regret what you get; remember that you wedding happens only once, so you can't do your video over, either.HIRE A PROFESSIONALMThe Wedding and Event Videographers Association (WEVA) is an international professional group founded in the 1980s.Unlike other mementos such as flowers, wedding cake, even that special champagne, they are something that can endure and can help you relive your memories, similar to photographs.A VISUAL HEIRLOOMYour video can provide a "living" memento of your special day, in that every single nuance is recaptured, except for perhaps the smells of the flowers or of your special perfume.
You can now watch many of your favorite music videos in vivid HD thanks to YouTube’s latest partnership.According to a blog post published by the video-sharing site, effective Wednesday, June 19, YouTube users can watch more than 100 “remastered” music videos as a result of a partnership between YouTube and Universal Music Group (UMG).While YouTube is starting the rollout of its new HD music videos with 100 of them, the website also announced that up to 1,000 music videos will be released in the HD format by the end of 2020.The new HD versions of these music videos are intended to be a replacement for the original SD (standard definition) videos.And so these HD videos are expected to keep the same URL, view counts, and the number of likes as the former SD videos.With the new video upgrades, it’s expected that the viewing experience of these videos should improve, regardless of what kind of screen you are viewing them on.
This can be a wonderful way to relive the memories of your wedding day for years to come.Finding a wedding videographer is significant as you need the final production to be something you can love and watch for years yet to come.Wedding Cinematographer in PennsylvaniaWhen you have decided to get married and have set the date it is critical to book your wedding videographer as quickly as possible as all good wedding video, videographers are scheduled well ahead.The most important thing you must understand when booking a wedding videographer is that you have to ask a large amount of questions.Any wedding videographer will be very pleased to answer all your questions and have as many samples as you would like to view.Even if you know the reputation of a videographer and have been referred to them by someone you know, you need to still go to visit them first before booking them for your marriage.
The rise of smartphones has led to the renaissance of classic games online that used to be trending in the past.If you wish to relive those nostalgic games emulators is the best choice for you.Emulator helps you to provide the environment in which you can experience and relive those games again.
Two years ago, John Oliver realized that the best way to get a message to President Trump was by purchasing ad time on the cable news shows he watches every day.Now his former employer, The Daily Show, is trying the same targeted approach again this week.As The Daily Show With Trevor Noah brings its Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library to Washington, D.C. this weekend, the program is inviting the president to attend via a 30-second spot that will run locally in the D.C. market during two of Trump’s favorite Fox News programs: morning show Fox & Friends and Hannity, which airs at 9 p.m.In the spot, Daily Show correspondent Desi Lydic reminds Trump that his birthday is coming up—the president turns 73 on Friday—and tells him, “you deserve to celebrate with those you love the most: your tweets.” She later adds, “Come relive some of your most presidential tweets, including ‘covfefe.’”The ad will run locally in D.C. on both Fox News shows through Saturday, Comedy Central said.In addition to paying for the spots to run this week, The Daily Show is making a contribution equivalent to what it spent on the ad buy—an amount the network declined to disclose—to Tarana Burke’s Me Too movement.
Star Wars fans are already getting a big name game in the form of Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order.But, for anyone that wants to relive all the adventures from Episode I to Episode IX, there may be only one game to combine them all.Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was just announced at E3 2019 during Microsoft's keynote presentation.The new Lego Star Wars game will launch in 2020 after the ninth Star Wars movie concludes the nine-movie saga.It's coming to Xbox One and Windows PC, and it promises plainly to collect all nine films into one new game.Naturally, the new game will include fan favorite characters from the franchise, with the trailer showing Darth Maul, Obi Wan, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Kylo Ren, Rey, and the beloved droids R2-D2 and BB-8.
It’s all about the gritty realities of war this time out, with the ‘modern’ of the ‘Modern Warfare’ title referring to the high-tech gear of today, the cutting edge killing machines employed in combat right now, rather than the far-flung fantasies of science fiction.With the battle royale genre taking up many shooter fans’ spare gaming time, Call of Duty’s crown as the king of competitive shooters has slipped in the past few years.Can a return to its most-popular roots bring it back to glory?Call of Duty: Modern Warfare release dateAnnounced right before E3 2019, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare leaked ahead of the event but a trailer gave us our first glimpse and a variety of details for the game.If you want to relive that Call of Duty 4 experience you'll want to dust off your PS3 or Xbox 360, or play the recent remaster of that game.
It's the 75th anniversary of D-Day and Sky News is letting you relive the landings at Normandy with a real-time live blog and it's as harrowing as you'd think.June 6, 1944, saw allied troops mown down by the thousands as they stormed the beaches at Normandy.The live blog is documenting the events as they happened, 75 years later, and began at 5.30AM with the first wave of soldiers landing on Sword beach.The updates are coming in every few minutes with reports of bodies "hundreds of bodies...on the beach at Omaha...floating in the water," and you can expect more, equally chipper updates as the day progresses.Over 150,000 troops went ashore, with 4,400 dead by the end of the day.If you need a stark reminder of the horrors of war before we got drones and missiles to do the dirty work for us, bookmark the page and prepare for a barrage of updates on the chaos that ensued after the landings.
Photography is a skill that involves both science as well as art to create images.It is a boon to humankind which allows us to seize a moment so that we can cherish it later.We experience so many things in life but not possibly remember everything for a long period of time.This is where photographs play a prominent role in helping you to relive all your past precious memories.Photography as an art is the perception of a photographer to look at ordinary things and present them into extraordinary way through their clicks.Photography as science is the ability to carefully and effectively use the latest technologies and operate camera functions to give emotions to your clicks.