The latest trailer for Pacific Rim Uprising is packed with giant mech vs. giant monster action

AMC Theaters released an IMAX trailer for Pacific Rim Uprising, the upcoming sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 film Pacific Rim, and it’s packed with giant robot vs. giant monster action.

Prior trailers for the film revealed that this movie is set a decade after the first film, in which humanity faced down a horde of otherworldly monsters known as Kaiju, using giant mechs called Jaegers. The Last Jedi‘s John Boyega heads up the cast, starring as the son of Stacker Pentecost (played by Idris Elba in Pacific Rim) as he gathers a new band of Jaeger pilots to face a renewed threat.

Those prior trailers helped set up the story and introduce the new characters, but this latest trailer shows off the real reason to see the movie: the…

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New Incredibles 2 trailer shows off Jack-Jack’s developing powers as Elastigirl springs into action

The Incredibles 2 is one of this year’s most highly anticipated sequels and a new trailer shows off thrilling new footage, including a further glimpse into baby Jack-Jack’s developing powers. There’s also a seedy businessman who wants to bring superheroes back into the sunlight and Elastigirl seems to be the one to spring back into action, while Mr. Incredible looks after the three kids. (The Incredibles 2 director Brad Bird has previously said the sequel will center on Elastigirl). The humor is as you’d expect from a Pixar film that looks to be equal parts heartwarming and funny.

The first Incredibles film came out in 2004, and this sequel is due out in cinemas June 15th, 2018.

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Robert Rodriguez preps VR action series ‘The Limit’

Director Robert Rodriguez has been teasing a virtual reality video project for a while, and now it's clear just what it entails. He's partnering with STX on The Limit, a short-form VR action series starring long-time collaborator Michelle Rodriguez…
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Tumblr, Sonos among those backing another net neutrality day of action

A number of organizations and websites are planning an online day of action meant to garner more support for a Senate vote that would reverse the FCC's removal of net neutrality protections. The Senate is currently one vote away from overturning the…
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LG bootloop class action settlement offers $425 in cash or $700 toward a new LG phone

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Some LG devices have had a nasty history of bootloops, so much so that LG ended up facing a class action lawsuit about it. Now it looks like a settlement has been reached.

Law firm Girard Gibbs has set up a website dedicated to the settlement of a class action lawsuit against LG about the bootloop problems that affected many of its phones. According to the website, which was up earlier today before disappearing, members of the class action lawsuit could get either $ 425 in cash or a $ 700 rebate toward a new LG phone.

The class action lawsuit focused on the LG G4, LG G5, LG V10, LG V20, and Nexus 5X for their bootloop issues.

The website included a proof of claim for those who took part in the class action lawsuit to fill out. That form must be filled out by February 12, 2018.

Having your phone reboot over and over and over again is frustrating, as most people have a lot of personal data on their phone and rely on it to stay connected to what’s happening in the world. It’s good to see that customers affected by LG’s bootloop issues will be compensated for dealing with the problem.

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