Day: June 18, 2020

Sting Will Premiere New Music on Animal Talking, Kevin Smith Also Set to Appear

Sting will premiere a new version of one of his songs on the season premiere of Animal Talking. Filmmaker Kevin Smith, podcast host Marc Bernardin, and musician ThatViolinChick will also appear in the episode.

Host Gary Whitta announced the news on Twitter on Wednesday. The episode will premiere Wednesday, June 24 at 9pm PT on Gary Whitta’s Twitch.

“ANIMAL TALKING Season Two premieres Wednesday June 24 @ 9am PT with our biggest guests ever,” Whitta wrote on Twitter. “@OfficialSting headlines, performing a previously-unheard version of one of his all-time classics! Plus @ThatKevinSmith @marcbernardin and @TVCTwitch!”

Animal Talking is a

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James Cameron Was Responsible for This One Big Change to Spider-Man

Spider-Man had a very long, tortuous path to the big screen before director Sam Raimi and screenwriter David Koepp finally brought the Marvel icon to cinematic life in 2002. After Cannon Films failed to make a Spidey movie in the 1980s, James Cameron became attached to write and direct it for Carolco Pictures. Cameron’s project eventually fell apart and years of legal battles over the screen rights ensued.

The legal battle over Spidey finally ended when Columbia Pictures won the screen rights. But the studio’s 2002 Spider-Man film shares a lot of influences and elements from Cameron’s unproduced version,

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Pokémon GO Is Ending Support For Older Android Devices

Update (Thu 18th Jun, 2020 01:30 BST): It looks like Niantic has had second thoughts about dropping support for older Android devices in its next update. This will now be postponed until it’s collected more data. Here’s the important post it made on its support page:

Important update (June 15, 2020): To investigate player concerns, we are now postponing this deprecation to a (TBD) future date. We’ll be using this additional time to collect more data on impacted devices. We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion caused, and will update in advance when we move forward with the deprecation.

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