Maya Wrap

11 Dec 18
Deadline

Single-camera comedy Bless This Mess has been picked up to series by ABC. I hear the show, starring Lake Bell and Dax Shepard, has received a six-episode order to air this coming midseason. Bless This Mess, created/executive produced by Bell and Elizabeth Meriwether (Single Parents, New Girl), originated at 20th Century Fox TV and was […]

11 Dec 18
Portfolio

Shot 1 Sketches During the first week back I was handed the brief for the first of my final year assignments. I was informed through the brief that I would be completing 2 VFX shots, the theme of which is the ‘near future’.  The focus is around an explorer who has discovered an ancient relic, […]

11 Dec 18
Sea Stroll

The Sumbawa Government, in the last year, has discovered 50 semi-permanent whale sharks befriending fisherman in Saleh Bay. Local squid boats, which look more like giant daddy-longlegs spiders than trawlers, attract the sharks by their bulging halls.    Nestle between Bali and Flores, Sumbawa Island is that forgotten weatherboard house on a street of flashy mansions. […]

08 Dec 18
THE NEXT RUSH

After 14 years at the helm, Ben Ferris, Founder and Director of Sydney Film School today announces his departure from the institution to pursue freelance directing opportunities in Europe.   Sydney Film School will continue to operate under the management of The International Screen Academy who have purchased the business from Ferris. In announcing his […]

10 Dec 18
shihtravels

Peace Corps service is a revolving door of incoming and outgoing volunteers that never seems to stop. The hellos and goodbyes are constant – at times tiring. But the moment that makes you really pause is when you realize you’re the next one to go. With just six months left of service, the countdown is […]

10 Dec 18
SheKnows
We may not know too much about Stranger Things season three, which is slated to return to Netflix in summer 2019, but thanks to a brief teaser trailer released on the streaming giant’s social media on Sunday, we at least know episode titles for the season. From this list, we’re now able to get a better idea of what to expect in the coming season, and when pieced together with other tidbits of information that have been dropped since filming began earlier this year, it becomes clear we have some exciting things headed our way next summer. More: Stranger Things Candy Is Here — & We Are So Stoked In the summer of 1985, the adventure continues… pic.twitter.com/m3s6hyJL8k — Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) December 10, 2018 On Sunday, a tweet was posted to the official Stranger Things Twitter account reading, “In the summer of 1985, the adventure continues…” The accompanying teaser trailer, reveals the eight episode titles: “Suzie, Do You Copy?,” “The Mall Rats,” “The Case of the Missing Lifeguard,” “The Sauna Test,” “The Source,” “The Birthday,” “The Bite” and “The Battle of Starcourt.” Paired with a July video that advertised Hawkins’ new Starcourt Mall, we can assume from these episode titles that the Stranger Things kids will see a lot of action at the mall in season three. In the July trailer, we also see Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) working with new character Robin (Maya Hawke) at Scoops Ahoy Ice Cream Parlor — this summer job at the mall clearly plays a role in at least two episodes, “The Mall Rats” and “The Battle of Starcourt.” But also, do we need to be worried about what’s to come in episodes like “The Case of the Missing Lifeguard” and “The Bite”? Those sound like some pretty tense episodes, TBH. Ahoy! Something is coming… to Hawkins, Indiana! pic.twitter.com/BI4wFRVzvB — Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) July 16, 2018 In November, series star Millie Bobby Brown posted an emotional Instagram Story, per People, on the last day of filming season three. Two months earlier, she was photographed by paparazzi filming some water scenes in Malibu separate from the rest of the cast in Atlanta, per Refinery 29. As the outlet notes, the cliff where she was photographed looks similar to the quarry in season one, which just so happens to contain a door to the Upside Down. Is Eleven leaving after season three? Will we ever recover if she does? Also in November, David Harbour posted his own cryptic season three wrap photo on Instagram featuring a “Gary’s Plumbing & Heating” hat and some potential season three hints about a new character (the aforementioned Gary) that we’re already extremely curious about. For the photo caption, Harbour wrote, “Wrapped. everyone say ‘goodbye mustache.’ If you need any info on what’s good in Hawkins while I’m away, give Gary a call. He can’t keep his damn mouth shut.” View this post on Instagram Wrapped. Everyone say ‘goodbye mustache.’ If you need any info on what’s good in Hawkins while I’m away, give Gary a call. He can’t keep his damn mouth shut. #spoilerswithoutcontext #awfullogos #facecaterpillar #bestjobever #fletch #speilbergeatyourheartout A post shared by David Harbour (@dkharbour) on Nov 10, 2018 at 7:13am PST More: Stranger Things‘ David Harbour Just Officiated a Fan’s Wedding, & We’re Jelly Whatever happens at Starcourt Mall or elsewhere in Hawkins next summer, this is what we know for sure: It’s going to be epic and emotional — and we are so ready.
10 Dec 18
baileyboy96

overall i think my model is good because it looks realistic and detailed. if i was to do anything different i would get a wood image that was light better. the colours of the barrel are good as they make the model look realistic but the lighting of the original wood image would be better if […]

10 Dec 18
Stevenson Daily Digest

Four Students Join Pritzker Transition Team Four students have been invited to join the transition team of Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker. Seniors John Fine, Maya Korol and Ananya Shah, and junior Victor Shi are among several students from around Illinois selected to Pritzker’s Emerging Leaders Transition Committee. The group’s purpose is to provide the incoming administration […]

10 Dec 18
Beautiful,Free and Wonderful

Hello Everyone, I will be showing the covers of the books I read this week and what my star rating from lowest to highest. Lets get started.   Popular A Memoir by Maya Van Wagenen. 4 Out of 5 stars   Because it’s Christmas by Debbie Macomber and Shelia Roberts. 4 out of 5 stars. […]

10 Dec 18
Christopher Eicher

The Task I joined a student team working on a virtual reality game where you played as a wizard. One of the actions you could do was levitate objects with a wand. The controls we wanted were, you latch on to an object by pointing at an object with your wand and pulling the trigger. […]

10 Dec 18
Rueben's Ramblings

Hey All, Here are the news items for the past week: RENEWALS/CANCELLATIONS: Netflix has renewed Narcos: Mexico for a second season. (Variety) BET has cancelled the drama Hit the Floor after four seasons. (Variety) Doctor Who has been renewed for a 12th season. (TV Line) CASTING NEWS Actor Christopher Lambert (NCIS: Los Angeles and Highlander) […]

10 Dec 18
Bloody Disgusting!

In what’s becoming a tradition, Netflix is teasing the return of “Stranger Things” with a sneak peek at the titles for “Stranger Things 3”. Things are being tightly kept under wraps, but what we do know is that the adventure continues in the summer of 1985… and that “Stranger Things 3” is most definitely arriving […]

09 Dec 18
ROOM TO GROW

Finding legitimate baby products in the age of social media promotion is hard: more and more companies create fake reviews, buy fake social media followers, and pay influencers to promote their products on the down-low. Every time I see a baby product that I love on Instagram, I stop and ask myself, “I wonder if […]