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Ryan Reynolds Confirmed as ‘Deadpool’ in New Movie! Pencilled for Feb 2016

DeadPool Movie for 2016

Last time we checked in on Deadpool, the movie went from a proverbial graveyard to a confirmed 2016 release thanks to leaked test footage. At the time, it was assumed that Ryan Reynolds would still play the lead role, given attachment to the project since its inception and continued vocal support ever since.

Deadline today reports that Fox is “closing a deal” with Reynolds, and also today, the actor himself posted this on Twitter:

Ryan Reynold confirmed as Deadpool

It’s not as official as a press release, but I think it’s safe to say at this point we can stop cautiously assuming and just safely assume he’s dead set on playing the so-called Merc with a Mouth in Fox’s X-Men spinoff. Production will begin in March and the rest of the original crew is still on board.

The probably-PG-13 Deadpool is set for release February 12th, 2016.

Doctor Who – The Day of the Doctor: 50th Anniversary Update

The BBC has released an intriguing new image from the 50th anniversary special that features Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt. The image also shows two damaged Daleks and the words ‘Bad Wolf’ scrawled on what appears to be a wall… We’ll have to wait until the special premieres on 23 November to discover the full significance of these elements!

There’s also a press release that gives more details about the special – including its title: The Day of the Doctor. The press release in full reads:

 50 YEARS OF DOCTOR WHO CULMINATING IN ‘THE DAY OF THE DOCTOR’

The countdown starts here as the BBC reveals its plans to take over TV and radio to mark the Doctor’s 50th anniversary

With special programmes planned across the BBC the celebrations will peak on 23 November with the anniversary episode, revealed as ‘The Day of the Doctor’.  Starring Matt Smith, David Tennant, Jenna Coleman with Billie Piper and John Hurt, the special for BBC One has been confirmed as feature length with 75 minutes of adventure.

Matt Smith, who plays the Doctor, said:

“The Day of the Doctor is nearly here!  Hope you all enjoy.  There’s lots more coming your way, as the countdown to the 50th begins now.” 

Each channel will be home to unique content, celebrating the wealth of history and talent from the last 50 years.

BBC Two will broadcast a number of new commissions, focusing on telling the story behind the show.  For one night only, Professor Brian Cox will take an audience of celebrity guests and members of the public on a journey into the wonderful universe of the Doctor, from the lecture hall of the Royal Institution of Great Britain (1x60mins).  Drawing on the latest theories as well as 200 years of scientific discoveries and the genius of Einstein, Brian tries to answer the classic questions raised by the Doctor – can you really travel in time?  Does extra-terrestrial life exist in our galaxy?  And how do you build something as fantastical as the TARDIS?

In an hour-long special, BBC Two’s flagship arts programme The Culture Show presents ‘Me, You and Doctor Who’ (1x60mins), with lifelong fan Matthew Sweet exploring the cultural significance of the BBC’s longest running TV drama, arguing  that it’s one of the most important cultural artefacts of modern Britain.  Put simply, Doctor Who matters.  He’ll examine how the show has become a cultural force in its own right and tell the stories of some of the unsung cultural heroes, who pioneered its innovative music, design and storytelling.

BBC Two wraps up its coverage with the previously announced An Adventure in Space and Time(1x90mins), which will tell the story of the genesis of Doctor Who and the many personalities involved.  Written by Mark Gatiss the drama stars; David Bradley (the Harry Potter films); Brian Cox (The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Identity), Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife) and Sacha Dhawan (History Boys, Last Tango in Halifax).

Steven Moffat, lead writer and executive producer, Doctor Who said:

“50 years has turned Doctor Who from a television show into a cultural landmark. Personally I can’t wait to see what it becomes after a hundred.” 

BBC Four will introduce audiences to the first Doctor, William Hartnell, with a special re-run of the first ever story, which marked the start of 50 years of history. The four episodes are being shown in a restored format, not previously broadcast in the UK.

There will also be programmes across CBBC with 12 Again (1x30mins) bringing together CBBC’s super fan Chris Johnson, impressionist Jon Culshaw, Tommy Knight (Luke Smith), Warwick Davis (Porridge), Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Dan Starkey (Strax) Louise Jameson (Leela) and the Seventh Doctor; Sylvester McCoy, to share their memories of watching TV’s top Time Lord when they were young.

While Blue Peter will launch an exciting new competition giving viewers aged between six and fourteen the opportunity to design a new gadget that will become part of the iconic science fiction series.  Two live Blue Peter specials will see presenters Barney, Lindsey and Radzi joined by aliens and monsters, with viewers challenging Matt Smith to answer their Doctor Who questions.

BBC Three will be home to several exciting entertainment commissions. Audiences will be encouraged to get involved and vote in ‘Doctor Who: Monsters and Villains Weekend’, as we countdown to the top Doctor Who monster.  For those less familiar with the show, ‘Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide’ will introduce fans and viewers to a wealth of archive material and act as a guide to all things Who.  A further exciting commission to be announced later this year will see the celebrations finish with a bang.

Danny Cohen, Director BBC Television said:

“Doctor Who is a titan of British television and I’m incredibly proud to have it on the BBC. It’s an astonishing achievement for a drama to reach its 50th Anniversary. I’d like to thank every person – on both sides of the camera – who has been involved with its creative journey over so many years.”

It’s not just TV where audiences will be able join in the celebrations, programming across Radio 2, Radio 1 and Radio 4 Extra will each mark the 50th.

BBC Radio 2 will ask ‘Who Is The Doctor?’ in a 90 minute documentary featuring newly recorded interviews and exclusive archive material. The programme will look at the lasting appeal of Doctor Who and ask how much of its continued success can be attributed to its basic formula.

In ‘The Blagger’s Guide to Doctor Who’, David Quantick will give the iconic Doctor the Blagger’s treatment. He’ll be finding out the answers to questions such as why do Americans think Tom Baker is still Doctor Who? How many Doctors have there really been? Were the Daleks really named after an encyclopaedia?

Finally, Graham Norton will be broadcasting his weekly Radio 2 show live (Saturday 23 November, 10am) from the Doctor Who Celebration in London.  In a special three-hour show, Graham will take a ride in the TARDIS and will also be chatting with some of the series’ stars and fans.

Music is a key part of Doctor Who, from the famous theme tune to soaring melodies, but the show has also inspired a whole new phenomenon – Time Lord Rock (TROCK).  Radio 1 will look at this genre of music inspired by the Doctor and his journeys through space and time with a 60 minute documentary.

Meanwhile Radio 4 Extra travels back to 1963 with a three hour special programme, ‘Who Made Who?’, to look at the world that inspired the television series.  Doctor Who may have come from other times, but his roots were very much in the present of 1960s Britain. This distinctive programme combines audio from the archive, new interviews and extracts from audio versions of Doctor Who.  Additionally, the station will broadcast readings and dramas featuring the great Doctor.

There will also be special content across the official website www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho and on the iPlayer.

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Apple iPhone 5S details ‘leaked’ but iPhone 5C nowhere to be seen on eve of launch

Technical specifications for the rumoured iPhone 5S have supposedly been leaked online on the eve of its hotly-anticipated launch.

The unverified specs, obtained by Chinese website C Technology, show few differences between the impending handset and its existing version.

Apple is widely expected to reveal two new versions of its latest smartphone today, the 5S and the 5C, a budget offering likened to an iPhone mini.

Apple iPhone 5S specs leaked but iPhone 5C nowhere to be seen on eve of launch
The iPhone 5S is widely expected to be revealed tomorrow (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Curiously, the 5C is nowhere to be seen on the ‘leaked’ configuration plan, which the Chinese site said it obtained from ‘news sources’.

It claims the 5S has battery life of 250, 25 more hours than the 5, and with an A7 processor that will run iOS 7.

The specs state the 5S comes with an f2.0 aperture camera with double flash and the ability for 1080p video recording.

iPhone 5S release date: Apple sends out invites for September 10 launch event in Berlin
The colourful media invite to tomorrow’s event (Picture: Apple)

Today’s big launch is taking place at the tech giant’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, but ‘satellite’ events are being staged in Berlin, Tokyo and Beijing.

Apple is expected to break with monochromatic tradition when it unveils many different coloured versions of its newest smartphone, while the 5S is also widely expected to come with fingerprint scanner technology.

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Alyssa Milano Sex Tape has “leaked” onto the interwebs this week. This sexy, hot, steamy …. JOKE …. has gone hugely viral. Alyssa Milano‘s account tweeted out yesterday that “My sex tape was leaked. Not sure what to say. Going to post the link myself to try to control the situation” many viewers might have thought the star of “Mistresses” had gotten caught up in a tawdry online scandal.

Turns out it was much more than that–in fact, Milano had become entangled in a geopolitical crisis. But, happily, it was all part of a satirical effort on “Funny or Die” to educate the public a bit about the crisis Syria. Now if only she could get “Mistresses” to teach people about global warming. Watch the video here –

Alyssa Milano Sex Tape

I love it when things like this happen. So many sex taped have been leaked in the past. Hulk Hogan Sex Tape, Paris Hilton Sex Tape, Tulisa from NDubz Sex Tape, Abi Titmuss Sex Tape, Lucy Pinder Sex Tape, Kim Kardashian Sex Tape even the legendary Tommy Lee Sex Tape with Pamela Anderson. But for this to be a very clever satirical joke … genius!!!

Alyssa Jayne Milano (born December 19, 1972) is an American actress, producer and former singer, best known for portraying Samantha Micelli on the ABC sitcom series Who’s the Boss? (1984–1992), Phoebe Halliwell on The WB television series Charmed (1998–2006), and Jennifer Mancini on the Fox soap opera Melrose Place (1997–98). Milano has a female sports apparel line, Touch.

She currently stars as Savannah Davis in ABC drama series Mistresses.
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#Apple wins key patent case against rival #Samsung in US

Apple has won a key patent case against rival Samsung at the US International Trade Commission (US ITC).

The US ITC upheld a 2011 decision which found that Samsung had infringed Apple patents in the production of mobile phones, media players and tablets.

The US ITC has ordered that Samsung devices affected by the ruling are banned from the US.

But that ban is on hold while US President Barack Obama reviews the decision.

The President has 60 days to assess the US ITC’s findings, although analysts say he is unlikely to overturn the commission’s decision.

“We are disappointed that the ITC has issued an exclusion order based on two of Apple’s patents,” Samsung said in a statement.

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The noose is tightening. Apple step by step actually is gaining leverage against Samsung”

Florian Mueller – Foss Patents

“The proper focus for the smartphone industry is not a global war in the courts, but fair competition in the marketplace.”

Apple hailed the decision, placing it in the context of the tech giants’ global patent battles.

“With today’s decision, the ITC has joined courts around the world in Japan, Korea, Germany, Netherlands and California by standing up for innovation and rejecting Samsung’s blatant copying of Apple’s products,” said the company.

Two patents

The ruling applies to two patents.

The first is the so-called “Steve Jobs patent“, named after the company’s founder, which involves touch-screen technology.

The other patent is related to the audio socket on devices.

“It’s another significant victory for Apple,” intellectual property analyst Florian Mueller told the BBC, “especially because the famous Steve Jobs patent is a pretty foundational patent.”

Four other patent infringements asserted by Apple were turned down by the US ITC.

Ongoing battles

Apple and Samsung have been fighting patent battles for years and across 10 countries.

The fight has escalated after Samsung overtook Apple last year to become the global leader in smartphone sales.

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Battles between Apple and Samsung have escalated as Samsung has eaten into Apple’s market share

In Washington on Friday, a federal appeals judge heard testimony in a separate patent case between the two companies relating to a decision last year, in which Samsung was found to owe Apple $1bn (£645m) for infringing on patents.

That penalty was later struck to $450m, but Apple appealed against the ruling. A verdict in that case has not yet been issued.

Separately, last weekend President Obama issued the first presidential veto in 26 years relating to a US ITC decision.

That veto overturned a ban on older models of Apple’s iPhones and iPads because of its “effect on competitive conditions in the US economy”.

Friday’s ruling is widely seen as a victory for the company.

“In a way. the noose is tightening. Apple step by step actually is gaining leverage against Samsung,” says Mr Mueller.