"I suspect a lot of studios realized that having movies at San Diego Comic-Con costs a lot of money and I don't know if it's worth all that money in the end," said Perri Nemiroff, a senior producer for Collider.com and host of the YouTube series Movie Talk. She also noted that studios like Disney have their own brand-specific conventions like D23 and Star Wars Celebration. … [Read more...] about Comic-Con at 50: Bigger Than Ever, But at What Cost?
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Jack Stainer, 3, is part of several hundred protesters speaking out against Trump’s immigration policy that has separated children from their parents, in Laguna Beach on Saturday, June 30, 2018. (Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG) … [Read more...] about Thousands rally in Laguna Beach, Newport Beach and Irvine to demand immigrant families be reunited
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 14: Oprah Winfrey addresses members of the audience during the second taping of the 'Oprah Winfrey Show' at the Sydney Opera House on December 14, 2010 in Sydney, Australia. 12,000 audience members were selected from 350,000 applicants to participate in two tapings of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' at the Sydney Opera House. Oprah descended on Australia last week with 302 super fans from the US, Canada and Jamaica to produce four shows for the 25th and final season of the program. the shows will air in the US and Australia in January 2011. (Photo by Don Arnold/WireImage) … [Read more...] about ‘Fox & Friends’ guest slams Oprah for promoting ‘far left’s socialist agenda’
California-based FaceFirst Inc.’s facial recognition technology, which is designed to scan faces up to 50 to 100 feet away, has established a foothold in the retail industry. CEO Peter Trepp told BuzzFeed News that his technology has cut theft in some retail customers’ stores by as much as 30 percent, adding that his company is currently working with hundreds of retailers and hopes to soon work with thousands. … [Read more...] about Facial recognition scanning goes mainstream
President Trump was greeted by Republican National Committeewoman Harmeet Dhillon and her husband Savjit Randhawa, along with Robin Aube-warren, acting Associate Director of NASA's Ames research Center.Off to the side of the runway was a crowd of Trump supporters, several wearing the signature red "Make America Great Again" hat.The crowd chanted "USA! USA!" as the president made his way off Air Force One.Brandon Lang, of Redwood City, is a recent graduate of UC Santa Cruz. He says he came out as a show of support for President Trump. For Lang, several things stand out about his presidency.First and foremost, Lang says he backs the president's "America First Agenda," putting the interest of the America people ahead of the rest of the world.RELATED: HUD Secretary Ben Carson to visit San Francisco"In the past few decades, kind of lead astray in supporting other countries outside of our own. Putting ourselves at risk. And not taking care of the people who are in need of help in our own … [Read more...] about WATCH LIVE: Trump boards Air Force One following Bay Area visit