Day: September 5, 2020

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Justice League: WarnerMedia Responds to Ray Fisher’s Allegations of Misconduct on Joss Whedon’s Set

By tracy
WarnerMedia issued a statement Friday night regarding the third-party investigation into Justice League actor Ray Fisher’s claims that reshoots director Joss Whedon ran a toxic, hostile set and that former DC Films co-chairs Geoff Johns and Jon Berg enabled the alleged bad behavior. Fisher has also claimed Johns reprimanded him for complaining up the chain about it at the time, and on Friday alleged that DC Films boss Walter Hamada pressed Fisher to “relent on Geoff Johns.”WarnerMedia issued the following lengthy statement to Variety on Friday, slamming the Cyborg star and denying Fisher’s claims about Hamada. The studio also alleges that Fisher has refused to meet with their third party investigator to discuss the case.The statement also reveals that Warner Bros. wanted Fisher and other Justice League cast members to appear in the upcoming Flash movie.

Read WarnerMedia’s full statement below:

“In July, Ray Fisher’s representatives asked DC Films President Walter Hamada to talk to Mr. Fisher about his concerns during the production of Justice League. The two had previously spoken when Mr. Hamada asked him to reprise his role as Cyborg in Warner Bros.’ upcoming Flash movie, together with other members of the Justice League. In

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 And 2 Review – Once Again Nailing The Trick

By tracy

Forget the weird peripherals, bad sequels, and questionable ports that defined Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater in the series’ later years. Instead, remember the glory days of the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, because that’s where you’re going with Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2. By returning to the first two games in the franchise and modernizing them with changes large and small, developer Vicarious Visions reminds us why we fell in love with this series in the first place.

The overall structure remains completely intact: You select levels based on various locations around the globe, then hop on your skateboard to complete objectives like getting the high score before the time limit expires, collecting letters to spell out “skate,” and doing tricks over specific areas. Vicarious Visions keeps the best parts of the game largely intact, but various enhancements, including a larger arsenal of tricks, lifts these classics to new heights. Stringing together tricks feels amazing thanks to smoother controls, and the modern visuals look great in motion.

While these games are fun independent of nostalgia, as a fan of the original games, I loved how this release gives continual nods to the classic versions. Featuring every single real-life