Mark Wahlberg Got Repeatedly Punched In The Balls During Planet Of The Apes

Mark Wahlberg Got Repeatedly Punched In The Balls During Planet Of The Apes

Mark Wahlberg Got Repeatedly Punched In The Balls During Planet Of The Apes Mark Wahlberg’s about to show up in the latest Transformers film, but earlier in his career he was responsible for remaking the original Planet of the Apes movie. Unfortunately, the movie wasn’t all that well-received critically, and filming it had another drawback: Mark Wahlberg constantly got punched in the balls. He said of the experience filming the Tim Burton film: The monkeys, no, they were the worst, they would attack me. Because Helena Bonham Carter and I…

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How To Win Beta Access To Raiders Of The Broken Planet

How To Win Beta Access To Raiders Of The Broken PlanetRaiders of the Broken Planet

How To Win Beta Access To Raiders Of The Broken Planet One of the more interesting games set to come out this year is MercurySteam’s Raiders of the Broken Planet. The developers are currently sending out beta keys for eligible gamers, and there’s a way to win some beta access to the multiplayer, narrative-focused, online third-person shooter. Gamespot is giving away 5,000 beta keys for Raiders of the Broken Planet. The process of gaining access to a key is pretty simple. You simply fill out the form that requires your…

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War For The Planet Of The Apes Has Screened Here’s What People Think

War For The Planet Of The Apes Has Screened Here's What People Think

War For The Planet Of The Apes Has Screened, Here’s What People Think One of the most anticipated tentpoles of the summer has to be War for the Planet of the Apes, which closes out the prequel trilogy that explains how the world became overrun with intelligent apes in the iconic sci-fi series. All the trailers and promotional materials have looked great, but can the film live up to the hype? The answer is an extremely strong yes. Some critics have seen the movie, and shared their thoughts on social…

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Mark Wahlberg’s Blunt Opinion Of His Planet Of The Apes Movie

Mark Wahlberg's Blunt Opinion Of His Planet Of The Apes Movie

Mark Wahlberg’s Blunt Opinion Of His Planet Of The Apes Movie   War for the Planet of the Apes is less than a month away from gracing movie theaters with (if early buzz is to be believed) sheer levels of awesome. We’ve been very lucky that one of the most classic sci-fi series has just had three really good films in a row, but it wasn’t always like this. Back in 2001, Twentieth Century Fox tried to make a new Planet of the Apes reboot franchise with Mark Wahlberg in…

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Star Wars Battlefront II Is Adding A Prequel Planet To The Game

Star Wars Battlefront II Is Adding A Prequel Planet To The Game

Star Wars Battlefront II Is Adding A Prequel Planet To The Game   Some new information has surfaced just ahead of the EA Play event this weekend, set to take place in Los Angeles, California as a kickoff show for the following week of E3 festivities. During the livestream, Electronic Arts and DICE will reveal a prequel planet for the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront II. What’s the planet? Naboo. What’s the map? Theed. The news comes courtesy of a quick update from the official Star Wars website, where a zoomed…

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Planet is ‘hotter than most stars’

Planet is 'hotter than most stars'

Planet is ‘hotter than most stars’   Scientists have found a hellish world where the “surface” of the planet is over 4,000C – almost as hot as our Sun. In part, that’s because KELT-9b’s host star is itself very hot, but also because this alien world resides so close to the furnace. KELT-9b takes just two days to complete one orbit of the star. Being so close means the planet cannot exist for very long – the gases in its atmosphere are being blasted with radiation and lost to space.…

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Amazing science stories from 2017

Amazing science stories from 2017

Amazing science stories from 2017 From the first direct evidence for black holes, to a rocky planet circling a neighbouring star, 2016 was packed with amazing science stories. Here’s a selection. Crest of a wave Image copyrightLIGO/T. PYLE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARYImage captionArtist’s impression: The existence of gravitational waves was first proposed by Albert Einstein About a century ago, Albert Einstein proposed the existence of ripples in the fabric of space-time – as an outcome of his Theory of General Relativity. It took until February this year, however, for scientists to finally…

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War for the Planet of the Apes Has More Humor This Time Around

War for the Planet of the Apes Has More Humor This Time Around

War for the Planet of the Apes Has More Humor This Time Around Last week, 20th Century Fox showcased the first full War for the Planet of the Apes trailer, following a teaser that arrived in October. This installment of the Planet of the Apes prequel franchise is shaping up to be one of the most highly-anticipated movies of 2017, and earlier this week, fans and press members were treated to a special preview on the 20th Century Fox lot, where director Matt Reeves made quite the surprising comment. Here’s…

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War for the Planet of the Apes Director Reveals What Influenced the Movie

War for the Planet of the Apes Director Reveals What Influenced the MovieWar for the Planet of the Apes Director Reveals What Influenced the Movie

War for the Planet of the Apes Director Reveals What Influenced the Movie Influenced : In a world full of huge franchises, one of the most unlikely successes has been Fox’s Planet of the Apes reboot series. With War for the Planet of the Apes looming, all eyes are on the third installment of this critically beloved and commercially successful series. With the movie just a couple of months away, a brand new photo from the movie has surfaced, showcasing Woody Harrelson’s new villain looking really awesome and ready for…

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LIFE ON MARS?: Alien snapped ‘peering out of cave on Red Planet’ in NASA photograph

LIFE ON MARS?: Alien snapped 'peering out of cave on Red Planet' in NASA photograph

LIFE ON MARS?: Alien snapped ‘peering out of cave on Red Planet’ in NASA photograph WITH its timid expression, could this really be the face of a nervous but quizzical Martian peering out of a cave as the NASA Curiosity Rover drives by? NASA*UFOSD Peek-a-boo: Is this an alien on Mars? One veteran UFO chaser and his army of online followers think so. The emergence of the grainy image of the “alien face” poking out of a small rock opening has sparked a fierce online debate over what it could…

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Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth

Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth

Sentinel satellite launched to picture Planet Earth Image copyrightESAImage captionOne of the big attractions of 2B and the other Sentinels is the free and open data policy One of the key spacecraft in Europe’s new multi-billion-euro Earth observation (EO) programme has launched from French Guiana. Sentinel-2B carries a large camera to image all land surfaces and coastal waters in visible and infrared light. It joins an identical spacecraft, Sentinel-2A, already in orbit. The duo will be flown on the same path but 180 degrees apart so that they can provide…

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