Tom Holland Shows New Spider-Man: Far From Home Suit On Kimmel

We’ve had a few glimpses at Spidey’s new suit from the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home, but the most extensive look yet came from Jimmy Kimmel Live. Actor Tom Holland stopped by the show sporting the fashionable new red-and-black suit to promote the film with a short comedy bit.

Holland retained his Peter Parker American accent through the whole scene, even when stepping outside the meta-fiction to talk about the movie’s release next summer. The routine covers the problem of web fluid shortages, the limits of his Spidey Sense, and even the dark end to Avengers: Infinity War. Asked by Kimmel to explain his presence in Far From Home, Holland hastily makes an excuse about Thanos robbing a bank and exits. No, you’re not going to get that particular plot resolution from a late-night talk show.

Spider-Man: Far From Home will be the first movie in the Marvel cinematic universe after Avengers 4, which will presumably resolve the cliffhanger left by the end of Infinity War that Kimmel referenced. It will actually be the third in a packed schedule for MCU movies, after Captain Marvel and Avengers.

But it’s not the only Spider-Man film in production. On December 14 we’ll be getting Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, an animated feature that has criss-crossing Spider-people from different dimensions: Peter Parker, Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man Noir, Peni Parker, and even Spider-Ham.

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Author: Steve Watts

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Some Google Pixel owners’ camera photos aren’t saving

Some owners of the new Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are experiencing an issue in which taking a photo using Google Camera occasionally fails to save. Users on Reddit and Google’s support forums are sharing their experiences, and the issue appears to be widespread, affecting original Pixel phones as well as the Pixel 2 / 2 XL. Several members of The Verge’s staff who own Google Pixel phones have confirmed they’ve experienced the issue as well.

The issue occurs specifically in cases when the user takes a photo with Google Camera, and switches to another app or locks the phone immediately after. Users are able to see a thumbnail of the photo in the Camera gallery circle, but upon tapping it, the photo disappears. In some occasions, the photo…

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Author: Dami Lee

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The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan: Negan Is Going Insane

It’s a weird time to be Negan on The Walking Dead. Don’t believe that? Just asked Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays the character. After being taken down once and for all by Rick Grimes in the Season 8 finale, the man who used to wield his trusty bat Lucille is now locked in a cage with no freedom in sight.

“I think what’s been interesting this year for me is that we’re seeing Negan vulnerable,” Morgan told GameSpot and a small group of other outlets during a visit to The Walking Dead‘s set in Atlanta. “I think that Negan’s been locked up for a spell. I don’t think anybody interacts with him, except for possibly Rick.”

Being isolated from everyone can’t be easy for Negan, a guy known for going on long rants to anyone and everyone within earshot. After all, he built up an entire community around himself full of people who looked to him for leadership. Now he’s just a man in a box who sporadically gets to speak with Rick, the man he considered an enemy.

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“I think Negan probably lives for that,” Morgan admitted. “I think that’s all he thinks about, ‘Please, Rick, come down here.’ So, I think that’s when he gets a little bit of bravado.”

Still, even with those few visits, imprisonment is getting to Negan. “I think he’s going insane, is truthfully what I think is going on,” the actor revealed. “I think that the four walls have closed in on him, so he’s battling trying to keep some sense of sanity. It’s not going well.”

Of course, that doesn’t mean you won’t still get long Negan monologues. While the character’s appearance in the second episode was brief, there’s plenty more to come with the character. Chances are, though, he won’t be quite the showman he once was.

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“He’s used to performing in front of a lot of people and putting on a show,” Morgan said. “I think [being] unable to do that has killed a part of him that is very important to his psyche. I think that he’s going through a lot of s*** right now. I don’t think he’s eating well. I don’t think he’s getting to talk to people. These are things that are important to Negan.”

As for what it will take to actually spring him from the cell, given that soon enough his talks with Rick will come to an end, that remains to be seen. The Walking Dead airs Sundays on AMC.

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Author: Chris E. Hayner

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Welcome to Fav’d For Later, a Friday roundup of our favorite memes, trends, and all-around good internet content. This week, we’re rediscovering the art of Rickrolling. For good.

As we barrel into another election season, people are finding new ways to get readers riled up and registered to vote. No longer content to trumpet “VOTE” into the Twitter void ad nauseam, clever users have taken the call one step further.

On Twitter, Ashlee Marie Preston shared a link with the news that Kim Kardashian had finally decided to leave Kanye West. Rather than linking to a story about celebrity marriage, however, users were instead directed to a voter registration page. Tim Cigelske repeated the viral joke, this time with the promise of answers about…

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Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee’s Big Challenge: Master Trainers

Nintendo Switch’s upcoming Pokemon games, Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, may be geared toward newer and younger players, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be entirely devoid of challenge, especially once you’ve become the Pokemon League Champion. The Pokemon Company revealed new details about the games’ Master Trainers, tough opponents who’ll only appear around Kanto after you’ve conquered the Elite Four.

Each Master Trainer specializes in one particular Pokemon, and The Pokemon Company says there will be one Master Trainer for every monster from the Kanto region. You’ll be able to easily tell them apart from other trainers on the overworld by their different clothing, and each will have a speech bubble above their heads indicating which Pokemon they use.

Most of the Master Trainers will challenge you to a battle, although some will instead have a request, such as showing them a powerful Pokemon. What makes these trainers particularly challenging is that you’ll only be able to compete against them using the Pokemon they specialize in; for instance, you can only battle the Charizard Master Trainer using your own Charizard.

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Further ramping up the challenge, their Pokemon will also know unexpected moves that give them an advantage over you; in the reveal trailer, you can see a Master Trainer’s Gyarados using Thunderbolt. You also won’t be able to use any items or switch Pokemon during these battles.

If you defeat a Master Trainer, you’ll earn their title, which you can display in-game to other players when challenging them to Link Battles. You can get a closer look at the Master Trainers in the new trailer above. Make sure to watch to the end, as the video is capped off with a humorous nod to the greatest battle ever depicted in the Pokemon anime series.

Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee launch for Nintendo Switch on November 16. We recently went hands-on with the games and thought they made some welcome changes to the series, as well as some concerning ones. We also got to speak with Let’s Go director Junichi Masuda about the challenges of updating Pokemon Yellow and why your rivals aren’t jerks anymore.

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Author: Kevin Knezevic

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Huawei confirms it’s working on a 5G foldable phone

Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed at the launch of the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro this week that the company is planning to release 5G foldable phones in 2019. In an interview with Digital Trends, Yu commented, “We are working on foldable phones. Foldable 5G phones.” It’s been rumored since this past July that Huawei was working to beat its rival Samsung to release a foldable phone as early as next year, but Yu’s comments are the first time it’s been suggested that the phones will run on a 5G network.

We’ve known about Huawei’s plans for a separate 5G phone for a while, as the Chinese company is developing its own chip, the Balong 5G01, that can support the new 3GPP standard for 5G networks. It has also invested $600 million to make its…

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Author: Dami Lee

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