RDR2 not only succeeds in matching its hype, but also as one of the best immersive gaming experiences.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 delivers on its promise to transport gamers to a galaxy far, far away.
The Oscar-qualifying* New Orleans Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in the Southeast, serving audiences numbering upwards of 30,000, hosting as many as 500 filmmakers, and providing cash awards and prizes valued at over $150,000.
The world’s broken. Everyone’s just looking for someone to fix it.
Takeshi Kovacs, the Last Envoy, a highly-skilled freedom fighter from a bygone era, continues his search for his lost love, Quellcrest Falconer. Taking place 30 years after the events of the first season of Netflix’s sci-fi film noir action series, “Altered Carbon,” season two sees Kovacs returning to Harlan’s World, his home planet and the richest mining operation of Elder technology, a species long dead. Following a clue to Falconer’s whereabouts puts him in the crosshairs of bounty hunters, the universe’s governing body the Protectorate, and a conspiracy dating back over three hundred years.
Diversity and representation of minority groups are on the rise in pop-culture, though not as fast as we’d like it to be. Despite successful films such as “Black Panther” and “Get Out,” the majority of film and television are filled with more white actors than actors of color. Even roles intended for actors of color are often portrayed by white actors, much to the disappointment of the film’s potential fanbase. In spite of such low representation, however, people of minority groups are finding ways to stand up to the white-washing of Hollywood and express the change they want to see in the world; people like cosplayers Sailor Uru and Sailor Adamantium of Wakanda Moon.
Wizard World New Orleans marks both the end and the beginning of the New Orleans Comic Con circuit. Usually taking place the first weekend of Jan., this year Jan. 3-5, 2020, Wizard World New Orleans is one of, if not the biggest, comic convention taking place in New Orleans. Every year it fills the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center with shop tables, board games, fandom panels, and, one of the biggest draws, celebrities.
After 70 years spent adrift in a colony ship in space, you’re awoken from cryostasis to a galaxy owned and run by corporations, where workers struggle to survive. With the help of a mad scientist and the companions you meet, you must find a way to save your fellow colonists and stake your claim in this new galactic frontier.