As similar as it is to other iterations, I’m happy to have the good doctor back. It’s the sort of hyper-casual gaming that I can afford 5 minutes of every day to. I can’t pretend it’s made me any smarter, or even feel any smarter beyond becoming slightly more proficient in its specific exercises. It could do with a little more variety, but it’s a welcome diversion and a reminder of simpler times.
HBO's limited series The Undoing stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant as Grace and Jonathan Fraser, who are living the only lives they ever wanted for themselves. Overnight a chasm opens in their lives: a violent death and a chain of terrible revelations. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create another for her child (Noah Jupe) and her family.
For the fans who still play the utterly superb swansong to all things Batman via Rocksteady, good news! While the studio’s next project may be anything from a Superman game to a full-on Suicide Squad experience according to whichever direction the rumour winds flow in on any given day, some new content from the studio has finally come out: A Batman Earth-2 skin for the caped crusader.
The cupid of crime. Daddy’s little monster. The maid of mischief. Ever since her debut, Harley Quinn has been a Gotham City icon who rose from relative obscurity to become one of the most beloved characters in all of comic books. But who is she really? Is she a sidekick for the clown prince of crime? Chaos perfected in an acrobatic package? The only sane person in a world going increasingly crazy? She may just be all that and a whole lot more, and right ahead of her return to the silver screen we’re taking a look at the 101 behind Harley Quinn.
I have a certain interest in the mundane. It’s a topic that is altogether easily relatable for nearly every person on the planet but also so abstract to be, ironically, interesting. There’s a beauty to the mundane that is rife with opportunity; to twist and play, experiment and create something altogether alien but familiar. It’s within that space that Not …
Weekend box office 24 - 26 January 2020: Bad Boys for Life held onto the top spot for a second week as as it crossed the $200 million mark worldwide, while Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen pulled off an impressive limited release.
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