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  2. ducky88

    [JOTD] Joke of the day

    The teacher asked the class to use the word “fascinate” in a sentence. Molly put up her hand and said, “My family went to my granddad's farm, and we all saw his pet sheep. It was fascinating." The teacher said, “That was good, but I wanted you to use the word ‘fascinate,’ not 'fascinating'.” Sally raised her hand. She said, “My family went to see Rock City and I was fascinated.” The teacher said, “Well, that was good Sally, but I wanted you to use the word ‘fascinate’.” Little Johnny raised his hand, but the teacher hesitated because she had been burned by Little Johnny before. She finally decided there was no way he could damage the word “fascinate,” so she called on him. Johnny said, “My aunt Cindy has a sweater with ten buttons, but her boobs are so big she can only fasten eight!”
  3. Edgar.Elooo

    The Final Countdown #8 Continue

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  4. MartinAero

    Bandicam 5.3.1.1880

    OK, great the "pre-cracked" is working for you. But at the same time it's also strange it does, because it use that same "msimg32.dll" file as I uploaded too.
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  6. fengyueying

    Bandicam 5.3.1.1880

    Maybe your are right, only the "pre-cracked" worked for me.
  7. flash13

    ATIc Install Tool 3.0.5

    ATIc Install Tool 3.0.5 ATIc Install Tool checks for the latest AMD video, software, and chipset drivers so all of your AMD hardware “talks” to each other properly for the best performance. Portable version also available. Keeping up with, finding, and installing the latest drivers can be a real hassle. Gamers, in particular, want the most recent video drivers as soon as they are available. Enter ATIc Install Tool, a simple program that can check for the latest AMD video, software, and chipset drivers so all of your AMD hardware “talks” to each other appropriately for the best performance. It’s as simple as checking what you want and waiting for the download, or you can dig into the options, including silent mode, unattended mode, auto accept, auto-close, and so much more. You can install the program or grab the portable version—a well-thought-out tool. Version 3.0.5 (09/19/2021) Added "Adrenalin 21.9.1 Optional" to the version selection menu Added "radeon-software-adrenalin-2020-21.8.2-win10-aug27.exe" to the package list Changed "Adrenalin 21.8.2 Optional" to "Adrenalin 21.8.2 Optional/WHQL" Version 3.0.4 (09/03/2021) Added "Adrenalin 21.8.1 Optional" and "Adrenalin 21.8.2 Optional" to the version selection menu Minor fix Version 3.0.3 (07/31/2021) Added "Adrenalin 21.7.1 Optional" and "Adrenalin 21.7.2 Optional" to the version selection menu Version 3.0.2 (07/02/2021) Added "Adrenalin 21.6.1 Optional/WHQL" and "Adrenalin 21.6.2 Optional" to the version selection menu Minor change Home: https://bluesky-soft.com/en/ATIcInstallTool.html Download Installer : https://bluesky-soft.com/common/app/release/acit/ATIcInstallTool_3.0.5_Setup.exe Zip : https://bluesky-soft.com/common/app/release/acit/ATIcInstallTool_3.0.5.zip
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    HideAway VPN 5 x 2-year subscriptions Giveaway

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  11. Windows 11's general availability is just a couple of weeks away, and while we have covered its main features from a bird's eye-view already, we have also been diving deeper into the capabilities on offer to provide our thoughts on the changes via our Closer Look series too. So far, we have taken a look at Search, Widgets, the Start menu, Snap Layouts and Snap Groups, the Taskbar, quick settings and notifications, Virtual Desktops, power and battery settings, and default apps configurations in Windows 11. Today, we'll be taking a look at a crucial part of the OS - from an end-user perspective -, namely, File Explorer. For the purpose of this hands-on, we'll be taking a look at Windows 11 build 22000.194 that was released to the Beta Channel a couple of days ago versus a publicly available and up-to-date Windows 10 (version 21H1 build 19043.1237). As usual, it is important to note that the OS is still under active development so it's possible that some of the features we talk about may change by the time of Windows 11's general availability. File Explorer in Windows 10 Instead of discussing the features and capabilities present in Windows 10 this time, I just want to focus on the UI of File Explorer. This is because it will take me a lifetime if I start writing about each and every feature. Frankly, I'm not even aware of all the capabilities it offers, and that's because my usage of File Explorer is highly dependent on my use-cases. There might be faster and better ways to perform the activities I do in File Explorer, but I don't Google (or Bing, or anything else for that matter) the most optimal way to complete a task on the software, unless I am blocked. So, I'll just briefly talk about the UI. File Explorer offers a ton of customization options on this front, you could have checkboxes next to each item, file previews, file extensions, thumbnail size, sorting and filtering techniques, and whatnot when it comes to UI. There's also a ribbon which shows you categories like File, Home, Share, View, and more, depending upon the file you have clicked on. I find it quite satisfactory to use and I think it's a powerful utility to have. File Explorer in Windows 11 Coming over to File Explorer in Windows 11, the first thing you'll likely notice is the new icons for Windows folders like Desktop, Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, and Videos. This extends to other system icons like that for devices and drives as well as user-created folders. The new File Explorer also contains rounded corners, which is a design staple for Windows 11. I personally like the design revamp because it just feels fresher. Another thing you'll likely notice is that Microsoft has done away with the traditional File Explorer ribbon, which has now been replaced with a set of quick action buttons. Depending upon the file you have clicked on, you'll see a set of quick action items such as New, Cut, Copy, Paste, Rename, Share, Delete, Sort, and View. This has all the options I need for most use-cases so I'm not bothered by this change at all. In fact, it simplifies the UI for me so I can quickly perform common tasks. File Explorer ribbon drop-down in Windows 11 But if you're thinking about how you would perform other more advanced tasks, fret not. Microsoft has added a drop-down in the same quick actions pane that offers you some more customization, and groups other in the "options" category. More options for File Explorer in Windows 11 While I haven't done a one-to-one comparison between all the configurations present in Windows 10 versus Windows 11, but I was able to most of the options I was looking for. As stated previously, I have never used all the utilities available in File Explorer anyway, but Microsoft hasn't detailed any functionality being deprecated from File Explorer in Windows 11. So if the company did remove any functionality behind-the-scenes without announcing it, I am yet to find it. Context menu for File Explorer in Windows 11 There is a new context menu (or "right-click menu", depending upon what you call it) and just like the simplified ribbon in File Explorer, you'll see a set of quick actions like Cut, Copy, Rename, Share, and Delete in the pane at the top followed by some other functionalities below it. All the other options that you are likely used to on Windows 10 have been moved to the "Show more options" setting. That said, this is not a File Explorer-specific setting but is similar across the desktop's context menu too. As such, I plan to cover it separately in a dedicated Closer Look article in the near future. That's pretty much it when it comes to File Explorer in Windows 11. No new functionalities to speak of (or nothing that I have found yet) but a bunch of design changes that I welcome. The UI is much more simplified and easier to use, especially for people like myself who only use the most common functionalities. That said, if there was one new capability I would really appreciate in File Explorer, that would be the ability to have tabbed instances in the same app. I think this would enhance my productivity tenfold. Microsoft announced this interface revamp under the brand name "Sets" back in 2017, but the project was shelved in 2019. It isn't a part of Windows 11 either, which is a bit disappointing. I wasn't expecting it to be there at all, but given the mockups and general enthusiasm we have seen for the feature online, I really hope Microsoft considers starting development on it again. Closer Look: File Explorer in Windows 11
  12. Microsoft acknowledged another printing related issue on Windows. After installing the August 2021 patches for Windows, e.g. KB5005033 or KB5005031, some users noticed that printing was causing issues on said devices. According to Microsoft's description, affected printers used Point and Print in some environments. These would throw the error message "Do you trust this printer" on any print job started from the affected device. Users were prompted to enter administrative credentials every time an application attempted to print or a print client connected to the print server. Microsoft's analysis of the issue concluded that the issue is caused by a filename conflict. This is caused by a print driver on the print client and the print server using the same filename, but the server has a newer version of the file. When the print client connects to the print server, it finds a newer driver file and is prompted to update the drivers on the print client, but the file in the package it is offered for installation does not include the later file version. Microsoft suggests that affected customers install the latest drivers on all printing devices to resolve the issue, and to make sure, "where possible", to use the same print driver version on print clients and print servers. The issue affects all major versions of Windows that are supported by Microsoft. Client: Windows 10, version 21H1; Windows 10, version 20H2; Windows 10, version 2004; Windows 10, version 1909; Windows 10, version 1809; Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019; Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2016; Windows 10, version 1607; Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB; Windows 8.1; Windows 7 SP1 Server: Windows Server 2022; Windows Server, version 20H2; Windows Server, version 2004; Windows Server, version 1909; Windows Server, version 1809; Windows Server 2019; Windows Server 2016; Windows Server 2012 R2; Windows Server 2012; Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1; Windows Server 2008 SP2 Microsoft published a support page, KB5005652, which provides additional information on the issue. The company changed how print drivers are installed or update as a consequence. Non-administrators can't install or upgrade print drivers using drivers from remote computers or servers without elevation of privilege to administrator. Microsoft created a new Registry key to restore the old behavior. Registry location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Printers\PointAndPrint Dword (32-bit) Value name: RestrictDriverInstallationToAdministrators Value data: The default value is 1; this requires administrative privileges to install or update print drivers when using Point and Print. A value of 0 allows non-administrators to install drivers when using Point and Print. Windows users in Point and Print environments have four options to install print drivers or updates of print drivers according to Microsoft by default: Provide an administrator username and password when prompted for credentials when attempting to install a printer driver. Include the necessary printer drivers in the OS image. Use Microsoft System Center, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, or an equivalent tool to remotely install printer drivers. Temporarily set RestrictDriverInstallationToAdministrators to 0 to install printer drivers. Closing Words Microsoft released several printing updates this year alone, some to address the PrintNightmare vulnerability, others to address non-security issues, such as printer bluescreen issues. Most home devices should not be affected by the new issue, but another printing related issue exists already after installation of the September 2021 Patch Day updates. Microsoft marks latest Windows printing issue as resolved (KB5005033)
  13. Microsoft will be launching their new Surface line in 3 days, on the 22nd of September. This meant more retailers have had their hands on the specs of the device, inevitably resulting in leaks. The latest has been Twitter user Sam, who came across hero display for the Surface Pro 8. Some of the specs were expected, such as the Intel’s 11th-generation Core processor, but having the 120Hz High Refresh Rate Narrow Border Screen, Dual Thunderbolt Interfaces and Replaceable SSD Hard Drives confirmed is very good news. The FCC had earlier confirmed the device will have WIFI 6. The rumoured line-up is as follows: Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD OR Core i3, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD. Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD / 256GB SSD Core i7, 16 GB RAM – 32GB RAM and 256 GB SSD, 512 GB SSD or 1TB SSD storage We should have a lot more details in the next few days, so keep an eye on the site. via the Verge More specs of Microsoft Surface Pro 8 leaked by retailer
  14. With the passage of another week, it’s time to look at all the Microsoft stories that happened September 12 through September 18. As usual, there were new Windows 11 builds for the Dev and Beta channels, but they came with them some bad news for users running the OS on certain VMs. Considering that this week brought the second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft also released the monthly Patch Tuesday updates for all supported Windows versions. These updates were accompanied with new apps, Office LTSC and Office 2021 release dates, and much more. Windows 11 builds, update blocks for VMs, Patch Tuesday, more As is the case every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft released cumulative updates for all supported Windows versions. These included supported Windows 10 versions – including for specific SKUs, Windows 8.1 users and those on Windows 7 that opted for Extended Security Updates (ESUs). The updates fixed a Windows zero-day vulnerability discovered earlier this month and brought other quality improvements. While the improvements were welcome for most users, the firm posted an advisory acknowledging that the August patches that contained fixes for the PrintNightmare vulnerability were breaking the ability for some users to print without admin credentials. This impacts commercial customers than any other, considering end users do not have access to admin credentials. As for Windows 11, new builds were released for both Dev and Beta channel Insiders. The Dev channel was served build 22458 that brought a few fixes. While a new ‘Sign-in options’ link in the power menu was mentioned, it was made available with build 22454, but missed being noted in the changelog. Beta channel users received build 22000.194 that brought a bunch of new in-box apps that Dev channel users have been testing. These include the new Clock app with Focus Sessions, Calculator, and the unified Snipping Tool experience. More are on the way, though, such as the new Paint and Photos apps. What did come as a surprise for Insiders was the inability for those running these builds in certain VMs – including on supported hardware – to update to the new builds, thanks to the enforcement of TPM requirements for virtual machines as well. This means that those running Windows 11 preview builds on anything but VMWare Workstation Pro or Hyper-V Manager included with Pro and Enterprise editions of Windows will be blocked from receiving future updates. Currently, Oracle seems to be readying a passthrough driver for TPM for VirtualBox, making its offering suitable to run Windows 11 builds. Additionally, there was some news concerning those that were running Windows 11 builds on M1-powered MacBooks through solutions like Parallels Desktop. The Redmond giant has said to The Register that running Windows 11 on M1 Macs is not a “supported scenario”, casting doubt on whether there will be future blocks that render it difficult to run Microsoft’s latest OS on M1-powered machines. Lastly, Microsoft announced that users can now delete their Microsoft account passwords to completely rely on alternate forms of authentication, further making the case for a password-less world. While the ability is available for consumer accounts now, the company aims to bring it to accounts that use Azure Active Directory (AAD) as well. Office 2021, Office LTSC, new apps, and app updates The biggest news this week relating to new apps came in the way of the announcement of Office 2021’s release date. The perpetual version of Microsoft’s productivity suite of offerings for consumers will be made available starting October 5, coinciding with the release of Windows 11. The version for commercial customers, Office LTSC, is now generally available. The LTSC versions differs from the consumer variant in some ways, one of which includes the support lifecycle. What both have in common though, is that they will not receive new features like the Microsoft 365 versions. The start of the week also saw the arrival of the Movies Anywhere app for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One users, bringing a native solution for watching purchased Movies Anywhere content in addition to the Movies & TV app. Another potential app expected to make it to the Microsoft Store is the firm’s own PowerToys suite, a listing for which was spotted this week. However, it seems like the listing will only introduce an installer for the app that then pulls in the suite of tools. PowerToys experimental version 0.46 also made it to testers, bringing a bunch of fixes. Another Microsoft app to receive an update was Edge, as Edge Dev users received a new build that brought a quick way to hide the extensions button from the menu from the address bar along with a bunch of bug fixes. Talking about browsers, it was discovered that the latest version of Firefox allows users to directly change their default browser preference without going through the cumbersome steps to do so, which is a welcome change. It is not clear if this will be mirrored by more apps and browsers going forward, but the Redmond company has received backlash from browser rivals for making the process complicated and less user-friendly. Mozilla also announced that it will begin setting Bing as the default search engine on Firefox as part of a test. This will apply to just one percent of desktop users and the test is expected to conclude in early 2022. Xbox Game Pass additions, Remote Play on Windows, and more This week, Microsoft announced the titles being added for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, which is the second drop for the month. There are 13 games being added, with eight of them being day-one launches. The list includes Aragami 2, Sable, SkateBird, I Am Fish, and many more. Additionally, there are 11 more games that have touch controls enabled when they are streamed through the cloud. There are five titles leaving the service, which happens on September 31. If those wanting to run these games on Xbox Series X|S consoles are looking for additional storage and do not want to shell upwards of $200 on an expansion card, a 500GB option might be on its way, at least if a listing spotted in France is to be believed. However, if you have one of those consoles and wish to stream it to your PC, you can now do so using the updated Xbox app on Windows. The app also brings cloud gaming, giving users another way to use the service in addition to doing so from the web. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Live Gold members are also receiving a second round of games for the month, with Games with Gold bringing Mulaka for Xbox One and Samurai Shodown II for Xbox 360. Lastly, there are a bunch of discounts as part of Deals with Gold, bringing discounts for titles from the Assassin's Creed, Halo, Forza, and other franchises. There doesn’t seem a week that goes by without Halo Infinite news. While minor, this week brought leaked images of Craig the Brute, showing off some visual improvements. This also hints towards the possible arrival of new gameplay that might show off the visual improvements being made. Moving on, Call of Duty fans might be interested to learn that Call of Duty 2022 – possible called Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 – might launch next year. Call of Duty: Vanguard, on the other hand, is slated to launch in November this year. Rounding off gaming news is the announcement of a new beta build of Age of Empires IV being made available this weekend. The invites for the beta included almost anyone who wished to try it out. Improvements made thanks to feedback from testers include a further zoom out distance, balance tweaks for English and Chinese civilizations, and a bunch of bug fixes. Microsoft Weekly: Patch Tuesday, Windows 11 update blocks for VMs, and Office 2021
  15. A new Elon Musk-themed cryptocurrency giveaway scam called the "Elon Musk Mutual Aid Fund" or "Elon Musk Club" is being promoted through spam email campaigns that started over the past few weeks. Before you dismiss these scams, saying that no one falls for them, similar crypto scams have been hugely successful and have generated hundreds of thousands of dollars in the past. For example, scammers made $180K in a single day in 2018, Twitter suffered a massive attack where crypto scammers earned $580K in a week in January 2021, and then another scam stole $145K in February. Just last week, someone sent three bitcoin, or $150,074 at the time, to a known crypto giveaway scam. The Elon Musk Club scam While most cryptocurrency scams target social media users, scammers now use email spam to promote a new "Elon Musk Club" or "Elon Musk Mutual Aid Fund" giveaway. The phishing emails themselves are low effort and include strange non-descriptive subjects and messages. However, they include an HTML attachment named simply 'Get Free Bitcoin - [id].htm' or "Elon Musk Club - [id].htm," as shown below. Spam email with Elon Musk Club attachment These HTML attachments contain a single line of code that uses JavaScript to redirect the browser to the https://msto.me/elonmusk/ webpage. Contents of HTML attachment The https://msto.me/elonmusk/ site will pretend to be an "Elon Musk - Mutual aid fund" that promises to send 0.001 to 0.055 bitcoins to all users who participate. Elon Musk - Mutual aid fund scam site When you click on the 'Accept an invitation" button, the site will bring you to another site called "Bitcoin Donate," located at https://bitcoindonateur.site/. bitcoindonateur.site scam site You are prompted to enter a bitcoin address to receive the free bitcoin, your name, and an optional picture at this site. Enter your information and wallet address When you click the 'Accept donate' button, the site will redirect you through a series of pages that pretend to be users donating .001 bitcoin to your account. After your account has accrued 0.055 of fake bitcoin donations, you will be brought to a final page stating that you must first donate 0.001 bitcoins to another user to receive your "financial assistance." Scam site prompting victims to send 0.001 bitcoins However, these bitcoin addresses are owned by the scammers who take your "donation" but do not send anything in return. So far, BleepingComputer has seen two bitcoin addresses associated with these scams: 32hU2JrkmMmgmka2rUuKXc3yd3S9WKxWnp received 73 transactions of 0.05734407 bitcoins, worth approximately $2,731.98. 3EbUB9wdQCxJwW5neH3xnTGjuoCA8THU5D received 23 transactions of 0.01953376, worth approximately $930.99. While the scammers have only earned ~$3,661 from these two addresses, many other bitcoin addresses are likely used in this scam. Even worse, while writing this article, the second bitcoin address received three more "donations." showing that this scam continues to be successful. As these scams have the potential to generate a large amount of money for threat actors, they are not going away any time soon and will likely continue to spread to other messaging platforms. Therefore, everyone needs to recognize that almost every crypto giveaway site is a scam, especially those that pretend to be from Elon Musk, Tesla, SpaceX, and Gemini. If you receive emails, tweets, or other messages on social media promoting these types of giveaways, it is safer to realize that cryptocurrency you send will not produce anything in return. New "Elon Musk Club" crypto giveaway scam promoted via email
  16. Copyright holders have sent billions of takedown requests to Google. Their goal is to make it harder for people to find pirated content through the search engine. However, in some cases, takedown requests make it harder to find legal content too. The purpose of search engines is to help people find what they are looking for. Today’s web would be pretty much unusable without them. This urge to search also comes with a downside, as not everything on the web is posted with permission. Pirate sites are a prime example. Removing Pirate Sites from Search A few years ago this led to rather bizarre situations where some content on pirate sites ended up higher in search results than the legal alternatives. This problem has been dealt with through takedown notices and downranking algorithms and is not much of an issue anymore. That doesn’t mean that pirated content evaporated. With the right keywords, it’s still relatively easy to find. This is why search engines such as Google still process dozens of millions of DMCA notices every month. The goal of these notices is to make pirated content disappear from search results. However, in some cases, copyright holders accidentally flag legal alternatives, which is rather counterproductive. Collateral Damage These errors are not as rare as it may first seem. For example, we often see Wikipedia entries being flagged, and legitimate review sites such as IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes have been reported many times over the years. More direct attacks are an option too. Some takedown notices confuse Netflix with a pirate site, and the same has happened repeatedly to Disney+ and Hulu. Flagged Netlfix URLs Needless to say, these takedown efforts are not helping people to find legal content. Quite the opposite. Luckily for copyright holders, Google catches most of these errors but that’s not always the case. Making it Harder to Find Legal Content Every now and then one of these errors slips by Google. Ironically, this also affects sites that are specifically designed to make it easier for people to find legal movies and TV series. For example, the search engine Reelgood had 185 URLs flagged, of which 29 were removed by Google. For Reelgood’s competitor JustWatch, the numbers are even higher. Over the past few years, 51,613 Justwatch.com URLs were reported in takedown notices. The vast majority were reported by a Netflix imposter but reputable copyright holders sent in complaints as well. Luckily most of these takedown notices were ignored but when we browsed through the recent requests, we noticed that some Justwatch.com URLs were removed as well. For example, a notice sent on behalf of “Binary Star Picture” removed a JustWatch page for the film “The Misadventures of Mistress Maneater” from Google’s search results. We don’t see anything remotely infringing on the page in question, which informs people that the film is available on Amazon Prime. Pirate JustWatch page? Google confirms the removal at the bottom of the search results where we read the following note: “In response to a complaint that we received under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we have removed 1 result(s) from this page,” Google notes instead. Removal notice Takedown requests by other rightsholders (or imposters of rightsholders) removed other JustWatch links, including the Russian page for “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations,” the Mexican drama series “As The Saying Goes, and the Indian series “Navarasa“. The examples above are all from this month, and we didn’t even have to dive very deep to find them. That begs the question, how much other content is removed from Google without getting noticed? When we take the massive volume of takedown notices into account it’s not surprising that some mistakes are made. That said, every incorrect removal is one too many, so there’s certainly still room for improvement. — Update: The Google takedown system is heavily abused by imposters. Google hasn’t flagged any of the notices above, as far as we know, but it’s possible that some of the notices highlighted in this article are sent by malicious third parties. DMCA Takedown Errors Can Make it Harder to Find Movies Legally
  17. Plus a Foundation first look trailer Kendall Roy, smiling because he is happy Succession is returning soon (probably) HBO OK so the latest Ted Lasso spends almost the entire episode on Coach Beard in its most unusual, dream-like episode ever. I didn’t hate it (and I know it’s one of the two episodes added to the mix after Apple said it wanted 12 episodes instead of the 10 the writers had already sketched out. The Christmas episode was the other), but I wish we had actually gotten to know Beard a little better. “I listen more than I talk” seems like a line that could be his mantra. The Morning Show is back and honestly the first episode seemed rushed to get certain characters to do specific things we as the audience know they must do in order to have a show at all. I’ll stick with it for a bit, remembering that this was a show that took a little while to find its groove in season 1, but the first offering felt a little more chaotic than usual. Billy Crudup keeps me coming back, to be honest; he makes Cory such a likeable weasel. This week’s trailers include a dysfunctional family, a serial killer, a carnival charlatan, and a classic musical. Never let it be said that I don’t try to add some variety to these roundups. Succession The squirmiest show on streaming about awful rich people (yes even more awful than you, White Lotus) is returning for a third season and the Roy family has never looked more dysfunctional. The fallout from the bombshell Kendall delivered in last season’s finale appears to be a central plot line as the Roys decide which side they’re on and how to keep the family business— toxic as it may be— from going under. Cousin Greg is as awkward as ever in this trailer as he informs Kendall he is the “number one trending topic ahead of tater tots.” And Logan is as angry as ever, shouting that he’s ready to go “full fucking beast.” God I missed this show. Adrien Brody, as a billionaire activist investor, and Alexander Skarsgard, as a tech founder and CEO, have joined the show for the upcoming season. Jeremy Strong, Brian Cox, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun, Matthew Macfadyen, and J. Smith Cameron return in the third season of Succession, coming to HBO Max October 17th. Hawkeye So I was not aware this would be a Christmas show but sure, let’s roll with it. Hawkeye picks up after the events of the Avengers: Endgame movie, with Clint Barton just trying to enjoy the holidays in New York City with his family when he discovers there’s a new bow-wielding vigilante in town. The trailer has a decidedly jocular tone, which is kind of a new thing for this character. Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James, and Alaqua Cox star in Hawkeye, which comes to Disney Plus on November 24th. You Netflix’s show about the serial killer/stalker next door who found his perfect match in season 2 returns for a third season, and Joe and Love are now parents which seems a little problematic? Joe of course has fixated on a new target for his obsession and Love is not super happy about it. Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti, and Saffron Burrows return for season 3, which adds Tati Gabrielle, Dylan Arnold, Shalita Grant, Travis Van Winkle, Scott Speedman, McManus, Shannon Chan-Kent, Ben Menhl, Chris O’Shea, and Christopher Sean to the cast. You comes back to Netflix October 15th. Nightmare Alley Based on the 1946 novel by William Lindsay Gresham, Nightmare Alley is not a supernatural film, director Guillermo del Toro said in an interview with Vanity Fair. Given his body of work, it’s not a surprise people might make that assumption. The story revolves around a con man and former carnival worker who convinces people he can read minds. The all-star cast includes Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins, Rooney Mara, Ron Perlman, and David Straithairn. Nightmare Alley comes to theaters December 17th. West Side Story We got a teaser for Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of West Side Story in May, but this is the first official trailer and I am a little perplexed that it focuses on the plot— of perhaps one of the most famous American movies based on a Shakespeare play which is itself very famous— instead of the songs? At least we get to see snippets of the dance numbers and some words of wisdom from Rita Moreno: Anita in the original 1961 film, who has a small role in this remake and served as a consultant to Spielberg. Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose, David Alvarez, Mike Faist, Josh Andres Rivera, Ana Isabelle, Corey Stoll, Brian d’Arcy James also star in West Side Story, which comes to theaters December 10th. Bonus: Foundation first look trailer With less than a week to go before this massive series hits Apple TV Plus, we get a first-look trailer with commentary from stars Jared Harris, Leah Harvey, Lee Pace, and Lou Llobell, and writer David S. Goyer, who calls Foundation (the book) “the greatest science fiction work of all time.” Adapted from the Isaac Asimov books, Foundation drops its first episode on September 24th. New trailers: Succession, You, Nightmare Alley, Hawkeye, and more (Not all trailers available in all countries)
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