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It was only a week or so ago that I finished watching Season 1 of Ozark on Netflix, it was something I stumbled upon while browsing the streaming service one evening and gave it a shot. I am so glad I did and then binge watched all 10 episodes within a week. (That’s binging for me)
As soon as I had finished I wanted to know about Season 2, when is it due to hit and are they even making it, and then I found out that Season 1 had only just been released in July. It could take ages for them to decide on a Season 2, so I spread the word to everyone I could, more people watching means more chance of getting another season we assume, although Netflix never release their viewer numbers for shows.
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- Cam Clark
Rob Leane Matthew Byrd Apr 11, 2017
Rumours suggest that Bioware has secretly been working on a Knights Of The Old Republic game. Please be true...
Here's a hot new rumour for Star Wars fans to chew on: it's been suggested that BioWare (specifically their Austin branch) has been working in secret on some sort of revival of the Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic gaming series.
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If you're unfamiliar, this much-beloved RPG franchise from Bioware debuted way back in 2003, with Knights Of The Old Republic ('KotOR' to its friends), an epic yarn set within the ancient history of the Star Wars universe, which allowed the player to choose either the dark side or the light, »
With a filmmaking career extending to 35 years, the Romanian-born, Israeli-raised director Shimon Dotan (Repeat Dive, The Finest Hour, You Can Thank Me Later) will bow his latest film in U.S. theaters next month. The Settlers present audiences with the harsh reality that Jewish people who live along the West Bank face today. After earning acclaim following its Sundance Film Festival debut and appearance at New York Film Festival, the U.S. trailer has now arrived.
“Partisans on both sides of the conflict will find plenty to argue with, as would be the case with almost any movie on this topic,” Variety‘s Ben Kenigsberg writes. “The real achievement here is in going beyond the buzzwords of newscasts and talking points to convey a sense of what’s happening on the ground — and to give it a sense of urgency.”
Check out the trailer below and return for our review ahead of the theatrical release. »
- The Film Stage
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