Keanu Reeves Will Return As Neo In Fourth Matrix Movie

Warner Bros. 20 years since the film’s original release, it seems we’re getting a fourth installment to the reality-questioning saga that is The Matrix. And, thankfully, this is no remake, reboot or spin-off, but a continuation of the original story with – most importantly – the return of Keanu Reeves as Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity, the Hollywood Reporter says. The film will be helmed by Lana Wachowski, who…

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Bob Odenkirk Confirms The BREAKING BAD Movie is Already Finished Shooting

We’ve got a new update to share with you regarding Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad movie thanks to Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk. He confirmed in an interview with THR that the movie has already completed shooting! This is the first time we’ve heard this news, but he’s acting like it should be common knowledge. Here’s what he said: “I don’t know what people know and don’t know. I find…

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Stop Sharing Those Viral Photos of the Amazon Burning

The hashtag #AmazonRainforest was trending on Twitter Wednesday, with many users outraged that the mainstream media was not sufficiently reporting on the fires that have ravaged the world’s largest rainforest. There are very real fires burning in the Amazon and they do deserve more coverage, but there’s a big problem with this viral campaign: Most of the photos claiming to show the fires are fakes. The Amazon has experienced more than…

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WATCH: Respected Psychologist Exposes How Big Tech Can Swing Elections

Considering how hard the leftist media and Big Tech hit the RUSSIAN ELECTION INTERFERENCE angle, it’s likely many a psychiatrist, psychologist, and indeed anyone with a modicum of curiosity raised an eyebrow. It seemed a little like projection. Or as Shakespeare once famously penned: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” According to respected psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein, also an avid Hillary Clinton supporter, Big Tech companies like Google and…

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Mexican Court Approves Recreational Cocaine Use

Pixabay/PA Images A Mexican court has granted two people the right to use cocaine recreationally in the first ruling of its kind.  Mexico United Against Crime (MUCD), a non-governmental organisation which seeks to end the country’s war on drugs, filed legal papers in the case as part of its strategy to change the country’s drug policy. The court said it would not allow the claimants to sell cocaine but they…

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Lucas Dobson’s heartbroken family say ‘one accident is all it takes’ after ‘little man’, 6, is swept to death in river tragedy

THE heartbroken family of tragic schoolboy Lucas Dobson have paid tribute to their “little man” – after the six-year-old was swept to his death on a fishing trip with his dad. Cousin Chloee Martin said “one accident is all it takes” after little Lucas was drowned in Kent’s River Stour on Saturday. Lucas Dobson, six, pictured with his mum Kirsty Furze, went missing in the River Stour on Saturday The…

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Study says couples are happier with children — but only after they do this one thing

A study compared the happiness of couples with children to those without children, and found a very interesting result. Couples with children were happier than those without children, but only after the children move out of the home. “We find that children are positively correlated with well-being and lack of depressive symptoms. However, our analyses show that this overall positive association is due to children after they left home,” the…

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Monsanto hit list exposed

In what Democracy Now!1 refers to as an “explosive report” by The Guardian,2 documents obtained during the discovery process of lawsuits against Monsanto reveal the company has been engaged in a coordinated campaign to discredit critics of the company. Among them are journalist Carey Gillam, the nonprofit U.S. Right to Know (USRTK) and singer-songwriter Neil Young, whose 2015 album, “The Monsanto Years,” was an artistic critique of the company. “The…

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All 84 startups from Y Combinator’s S19 Demo Day 1

It’s that time of year, Silicon Valley’s investor technocrati and advice-giving Twitter celebrities descended upon Pier 48 in San Francisco to judge the latest summer batch of Y Combinator startups. TechCrunch was there, as well, and we were tapping away feverishly as co-founders pitched to woo investors. There are 197 companies in total in the summer YC batch, we heard from 84 of them today — in addition to a…

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