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MIT researchers have created a new mapping algorithm capable of creating a highly detailed and accurate 3D maps of indoor and outdoor environments in real time.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., June 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- One tiny alien makes for big, big trouble in the comedy adventure Paul, coming to Blu-ray(TM) Combo Pack and DVD August 9, 2011, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
SHAUN OF THE DEAD & HOT FUZZ - ULTIMATE EDITION SEPTEMBER 22, 2009 OWN IT ON BLU-RAY(TM) HI-DEF FROM UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Finally arriving on Blu-ray(TM) Hi-Def are two side-splitting movies by comedic talents Simon Pegg and Nick Frost! Whether paying homage to such horror classics as Night of the Living Dead, Evil Dead and 28 Days Later or putting a wickedly witty spin on buddy cop movies, Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz...
Universal Pictures and Working Title Films say Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Seth Rogen, Jason Bateman and Kristen Wiig have been cast in the new comedy Paul. Bill Hader and Jane Lynch have also signed up for roles in the movie, which is to be directed by Greg Mottola.
JJ Abrams' film Star Trek is to have its world premiere at the Sydney Opera House.
Coldplay says it wanted to offer its fans a Christmas present by offering a free download of a remixed version of the British band's hit, Viva la Vida. The Daily Telegraph said Wednesday the Speed of Sound band is offering the musical single free online along with a Happy Christmas Folks greeting for its loyal fans. The band's lead singer, Chris Martin, also jokes on the its Web site about a new featured video that features actor Simon Pegg.
By Andrew Eato THERE is something faintly ridiculous about America's insular habit of remaking foreign films and TV programmes, especially when - like Life on Mars, the US version of which has just started on ABC - they were in English in the first place so they don't even need subtitles.
British actor Simon Pegg said his new film "How To Lose Friends and Alienate People" is vastly different from the memoir on which it is based. Like Toby Young's book, the movie chronicles one man's disastrous stint working at a prestigious magazine.