A Tesla Model 3 sedan that crashed into a truck on a Florida highway in March, killing its driver, had its Autopilot semi-autonomous feature engaged, according to a new report from the National Transportation Safety Board.The truck pulled out of a private driveway on the right side of the road, heading across the highway and intending to turn left, going north.The truck slowed as it crossed the southbound lanes, the report says, “blocking the Tesla’s path.”The Model 3’s Autopilot system had been turned on about 10 seconds before the crash, and the car didn’t detect the driver’s hands on the steering wheel for the eight seconds immediately preceding the impact, the NTSB report says, which a Tesla spokesperson confirms.The car struck the trailer at 68 mph (the speed limit is 55 mph) without making any evasive maneuvers.The report does not say how far away the Tesla was when the truck pulled onto the road, nor does it note any weather conditions that would have affected the car’s braking capability, so it’s unclear if a driver not using Autopilot would have been able to stop safely.
After the trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, it was like a million voices cried out in laughter, then were suddenly placated.We reached out for clarification from Paramount about whether this was happening or how long it was expected it to take, and the studio declined to comment.Everyone at Paramount & Sega are fully committed to making this character the BEST he can be... sonicmovie gottafixfast Of course, that announcement came with even more backlash – how could the visual effects team be forced into “crunch mode” to quickly change a character they’d already spent months crafting and perfecting in the lead up to the movie’s November 18 release?Given the recent backlash against video game studios like Rockstar for fostering a culture of crunch, this seemed like a bad solution to a bad problem.Ilion Animation Studio character supervisor Juan-Luis Sanchez (Paddington), who spoke out on Twitter about Fowler’s decision, told Gizmodo he was surprised when he heard that the fan backlash was leading to what could be a partial or complete character redesign.
In said trailer, we see a Gotham where Batman himself is absent.Rose, as Kate Kane, finds her way into the Batcave and laments that no one is afraid anymore.Looking at the Batsuit another character tells her: "The suit is literal perfection,""It will be when it fits a woman," Rose says.The CW has described the character as "an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city's criminal resurgence."Originally published May 16, 8:53 a.m. PT
King’s Landing is ashes, and the Mad Queen has emerged victorious, but there’s still one episode remaining in the final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones.The fires are still burning in both the hit show and in fans’ debate over the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, and the network has now released a pair of photos and a preview of what’s to come when one of the most popular series of all time concludes its eight-season run.Titled The Bells, the most recent episode saw Daenerys Targaryen’s army — but mostly just her dragon — win the battle for the Iron Throne, but at what cost?After deciding to rain fiery death on a city full of innocent civilians despite the city’s surrender, the newly christened “Mad Queen” now looks poised to take the Iron Throne for herself, concluding a narrative that saw her rise to power, only to become a villain greater than the one she deposed.The first photo released by HBO shows her overlooking the ash-covered remnants of the city, while the second photo puts Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) front and center.The trailer takes a brief look at the aftermath of Daenerys’ rage and features a brief shot of Arya Stark, one of the characters who saw firsthand the terrifying toll it took on the city’s most vulnerable inhabitants.
Welcome to today's edition of The Monitor, WIRED's look at all the news in the world of pop culture.Well the Upfronts are still going on, so there's a lot of talk about new TV shows—and the fates of some previous ones.Also, Hannah Gadsby is doing a terrible job of quitting comedy and Miley Cyrus is in the new Black Mirror trailer.Hannah Gadsby Is Getting Another Netflix SpecialFollowing her breakout role as Someone Who Totally Upends Comedy with her special Nanette, Hannah Gadsby is coming back to Netflix with a new special.Fox Has a New Show About an Evil Alexa
Agents of SHIELD's sixth season will premiere in the UK on E4 on May 26, at 9pm, reports GeekTown.The first trailer for the newest season of the show dropped in January and you can refresh your memory by watching it below.Season 5 revolved around the MCU's Infinity War and sees the team struggling to deal with the loss of Coulson.It saw them dropped into a grim future that they desperately wanted to avoid, and by the end of it, they had multiple time lines and alien threats on their hands.Agents of SHIELD has already been renewed for a seventh season, so you can rest safe in the knowledge that whatever happens during this coming season, you'll be guaranteed to get any loose ends tied up next year.Ghost Rider, who reared his flaming head in season 4, will be getting his own show, and while we'll see Gabriel Luna reprise the role, it'll be new iteration of the character, unrelated to his appearance in Agents of SHIELD.
Tesla’s advanced driver assist system, Autopilot, was active when a Model 3 driven by a 50-year-old Florida man crashed into the side of a tractor trailer truck on March 1st, the National Transportation Safety Board states in a report released on Thursday.Investigators reviewed video and preliminary data and found that neither the driver nor Autopilot executed evasive maneuvers before striking the truck.NTSB issued preliminary report Thursday for its ongoing investigation of the fatal, March 1, 2019, highway crash near Delray Beach, Florida.The preliminary report is available at; https://t.co/KsUmeOFh2p— NTSB_Newsroom (@NTSB_Newsroom) May 16, 2019The driver, Jeremy Beren Banner, was killed in the crash.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.In the full-size segment, the mighty F-150 has been the bestselling vehicle in the US since Ronald Reagan was President, while the Chevy Silverado has usually been number two.Decades ago, there was robust competition in the compact pickup segment, as well.That all changed when Chevy rolled out the Colorado in 2014.Suddenly, the old compact segment became a midsize battleground (the trucks were larger than the entry-level, stripped-down pickups that I drove when I was in college).They're the ideal vehicles for suburban weekend home-improvement duty, and if you're an outdoorsy person who doesn't need to tow a large boat or horse trailer, they're ideal for getting out into nature (as long as you go for the 4x4 versions).
Now, four years later, E3 is once again upon us, and Final Fantasy VII Remake is once again expected to make a presence.The game was also a smash hit among critics, holding a 9.2 rating on Metacritic.Combine an illustrious cast of heroes and villains with an expansive world and a deep battle system and it becomes easy to understand why Final Fantasy VII has had such an enduring legacy.The company teamed up with Sony in 2005 to give fans a huge tease.Imagine George Lucas shooting a trailer for a Star Wars: A New Hope remake, flush with 2019-level cinematics and cinematography, but saying that it was only a demo and that no actual release was planed.We don't know when exactly that will be, but hey, you've made it this far right?
Guns, mobile phones, creepy robots... Black Mirror must be back.Season 5 of Charlie Brooker's sci-fi anthology series has sidestepped out of the shadows with a trailer, which finally confirms cast member Miley Cyrus, alongside Anthony Mackie, (Falcon from Avengers: Endgame), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Black Mantis from Aquaman) and a few more surprises including a second Marvel team member in Pom Klementieff (Mantis in the Avengers).Set to the powerful Lonely Feelings by Djib Mo, season 5's trailer confirms Black Mirror's music choices remain on point, as well as showcasing a starry list of cast members and a few possible themes the three stories will explore.Mackie's character may be in strife with his marriage, in part because he has eyes for another woman pictured on his phone.A friendless teen played by Angourie Rice of Ladies in Black and the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home may be getting more than she bargained for with a little robot buddy, bringing Eighth Grade mixed with Alexa-gone-wrong vibes.Brooker isn't done with the video game world after previous episodes Bandersnatch and Playtest, with Klementieff's character suiting up as a Street Fighter-esque warrior in a Street Fighter-esque digital arena.
Thank the Mirror Universe that I can get away with a headline like that, frankly.Star Trek Online’s ongoing exploration of the Discovery-era time period (well, what used to be the Discovery-era time period!)is continuing this week with the launch of Rise of Discovery on PC.The update—which includes two new “featured episodes” of story content, a new reputation for players to establish, and other quality of life updates—sees players travel back to the early days of the Klingon/Federation war glimpsed in Discovery’s first season.There, they’ll meet two very familiar faces aboard the doomed USS Buran: Commander Ellen Landry, played by Rekha Sharma, and Captain Gabriel Lorca, played by Jason Isaacs.Hear Sharma and Isaacs reprise their Discovery roles in the Rise of Discovery launch trailer below.
Black Mirror will return to Netflix for a fifth season this summer, the streaming service has announced by way of a new trailer.All three episodes of the abbreviated new season will arrive on June 5, 2019, and if you’re a dedicated Black Mirror fan, the new footage will look very familiar — maybe too familiar.While Netflix didn’t release any episode titles or summaries, the trailer seems to be made up of a trio distinct plotlines.In one, a young woman falls prey to a cute and seemingly well-meaning digital assistant that appears to have darker intentions.In another, a family man finds himself tempted to cheat on his wife after browsing a dating app.Finally, a third story depicts a man with a gun who looks like he’s been driven mad by constant digital surveillance.
Netflix released a trailer and new details about the upcoming fifth season of its hit sci-fi anthology series, "Black Mirror," on Wednesday.Netflix's hit sci-fi anthology series is coming back next month.The streaming giant released a trailer and new details for the fifth season of creator Charlie Brooker's "Black Mirror" on Wednesday.It stars Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie, and more, and includes three new episodes.READ MORE: A new report shows HBO's big weakness as it battles Netflix and Disney in the streaming warsThe anticipated fifth season comes almost six months after Netflix dropped the "Black Mirror" interactive movie, "Bandersnatch," which featured multiple endings and over a trillion unique story permutations.
Netflix just announced a new season of Black Mirror, but if you prefer your sci-fi dystopias a little more on the camp side, Fox has just the thing: a new show called neXt about an evil Alexa that wants to take over the world.Seriously, although the trailer doesn’t quite explain what the eponymous neXt AI is (does it do your taxes?), it is 100 percent definitely Alexa.As in, there’s a version of it called Iliza that comes in a cylindrical speaker with blue lights that you put it in your kitchen and ask dumb questions.And then it tries to take over the world.There seem to be two plots to the show: one in which Mad Men’s John Slattery, playing a douchey-but-principled tech CEO, tries to stop the super-powerful AI he helped create, and another in which the program befriends a cherubic child in order to learn about the world (maybe?)
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It's coming back on June 5, Netflix revealed.The first trailer for Black Mirror season 5 dropped Wednesday, revealing that the show will return on June 5.
“Black Mirror” is coming back for its fifth season to once again show us why technology’s progress means we can no longer have nice things.The new season will tell three stories written by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones.Featured performers include Anthony Mackie, Miley Cyrus, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, Damson Idris, Andrew Scott, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport and Ludi Lin.The last “Black Mirror” feature to appear on Netflix was the interactive epic “Bandersnatch”, which let viewers determine the fate of characters throughout the course of the story.It was an experiment that could cost Netflix, thanks to a lawsuit from Chooseco, the company behind the “Choose your own adventure” series of books that inspired Black Mirror’s experiment in storytelling.The fifth season likely marks a return to straight episodic narratives, with Cyrus featured in what “Variety” called a “meta storyline” about a celebrity who undergoes a transformation to attract more fans.
The first trailer for the highly anticipated fifth season of the Netflix sci-fi anthology series Black Mirror is finally here, and it looks to be as edgy, darkly satiric, and thought-provoking as ever.For the uninitiated, Black Mirror is the creation of Charlie Brooker, co-showrunner with Annabel Jones.The series explores, shall we say, the darker side of technology and its impact on people's lives in the near future, and it's in the spirit of classic anthology series like The Twilight Zone.Brooker developed Black Mirror to highlight topics related to humanity's relationship to technology, creating stories that feature "the way we live now—and the way we might be living in 10 minutes' time if we're clumsy."The series debuted on the British Channel 4 in December 2011, followed by a second season.Last December, Netflix confirmed rumors of an experimental "choose your own adventure" feature on Netflix with the debut of a standalone one-off Black Mirror "event," dubbed Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
A new gameplay trailer for the upcoming Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 revealed some interesting further details and hints which have certainly made a lot of hype amongst the enthusiastic fans and community members.Interestingly enough the recent gameplay trailer indeed revealed another new playable character for the game in the form of Kamala Khan, better known as Mr. Marvel.Source : http://offiiceoffice.com/blog/marvel-ultimate-alliance-3-new-gameplay-teaser-reveals-ms-marvel-and-her-splendid-abilities/Core Marvel fans won’t require any introduction associated to Mr. Marvel, but for the more recent fans, it would be better to know a brief introduction to this awesome Marvel character.Kamala Khan is a regular college going teenage girl in her day to day life, until some dire need emerges for Avengers, as she takes the role of a super powerful women who can shapeshift her limbs to any structure or enlarge her body parts to a certain extent.She is pretty inspired by Captain Marvel who Kamala pictures as her role model and this is also a prominent cause to the origin of her character name “Mr.Marvel.” The month-long slew of teasers and trailers have depicted quite a substantial amount of information, and to it, Mr. Marvel character is also assured to be included to the upcoming Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order.Alongside Mr. Marvel’s gameplay, her moves and abilities have also been unveiled by Game Informer.Mentioned below are all the recently revealed moveset for Mr. Marvel and players can refer to all the skills mentioned to optimally use this immensely powerful character and assure the win for Avengers.Giant Foot Spinny Thing: While using this move Mr. Marvel will extend her foot and spin her giant foot like a spinning wheel hitting every enemy in her path.Sweet Combo Attack: Mr. Marvel can actually punch quite hard (even breaking a few teeth here and there in minuscule fights), and players will surely be able to utilize this ability with the factor of two as this moves deals combo of punches to enemies while ending with a jaw-breaking uppercut.Super Face Kick: Well the move works exactly how it sounds.While using the Super Face Kick the foot of Mr. Marvel will expand and deal a devastating blow on the enemies.Embiggen: Whenever Mr. Marvel enlarges her hands she uses the term Embiggen, so developers have given a clever Easter egg for all the diehard fans of Marvel.In addition to the revealed details for the Avengers, Marvel fans would also enjoy the slew f villains like the big evil purple titan Thanos, Ultron, Kingpin and many more.The upcoming Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 would feature all the prominent Marvel characters which would allow players to enjoy all of their favorite characters while accessing the game.
The Curse of La Llorona is based on a Mexican legend about the ghost of a mother who drowned her children and now wanders the Earth snatching up lost kids.Much like Pokémon, you could say she’s “gotta catch ‘em all.”So perhaps it was fitting that a Montreal cinema accidentally played the R-rated horror film instead of Pokémon: Detective Pikachu on Thursday, leaving families fleeing and children in tears.Ryan George—who produces the YouTube comedy series “Pitch Meeting” for for Screen Rant—was in attendance for what was supposed to be a screening of the family-friendly mystery-adventure film.He live-tweeted the experience, starting with trailers that seemed like poor matches for Detective Pikachu’s audience.The theatre I'm in is playing a trailer for Annabelle Comes Home before Detective Pikachu LOOK AWAY CHILDREN OH NO