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The Drill Down 529: E3 2018
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E3 2018

On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, AT&T can now merge with Time Warner, FCC chair Ajit Pai lied to the American public, Net Neutrality is dead…now what?, our favorite gaming picks from E3 2018 … and much, much more.

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E3 2018: First Gameplay Footage From Remedy’s Supernatural Action-Adventure ‘Control’
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Control, Remedy Entertainment

Earlier this week at E3 2018 we saw an announce trailer for Control, the next game from Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment.

But Remedy wasn’t done with E3 just yet. They also shared the first glimpse at gameplay from Control. It’s not a ton of footage, but is enough to give you an idea of how the game is looking.

Continue below to check it out.

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E3 2018: Another Incredible Look At ‘Spider-Man’ Gameplay
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Marvel's Spider-Man E3 2018 Gameplay Demo

We’ve already seen one new gameplay demo for the upcoming Spider-Man game at E3 2018, and the more of the game we see the more impressive it looks.

Now another gameplay demo has been released showing off the playable demo fans tried out on the show floor. The demo includes more of perhaps the most exciting thing about the game, swinging around the open-world re-creation of Marvel’s New York City, as well as Spidey beating up some bad guys and even dealing with a boss fight.

You can read more about Marvel’s Spider-Man and watch the gameplay video below along with a bonus video of some people sharing their thoughts on the gameplay demo right after trying it for the first time.

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‘Incredibles 2’: Brad Bird On Making A Bold and Weird Animated Sequel For Everyone
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Incredibles 2

It has been 14 years since the first Incredibles hit theaters in 2004. Back then, superheroes weren’t such a big deal. But now they are at the forefront of the film industry. Most, if not all, are record-breaking films. But what separates Incredibles from the Marvels and the DCs is its timeless classic vibe.

Now Incredibles 2 has finally arrived. The sequel may look like it’s taking place in the ’60s, but it is able to connect to a modern audience with its likeable characters and universal stories. We were fortunate enough to sit down with our fellow journalists to talk to the cast and director Brad Bird about the long-awaited sequel. During our time, Bird spoke about why it took so long to do a sequel, some of the changes he made, and making a film for everyone of all ages. Check out what he had to say, below.

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E3 2018: New Peeks At ‘Days Gone’ Gameplay
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Days Gone

Before E3 2018 we got a new trailer for Days Gone, the upcoming “zombie” game from developer Bend Studio. The word zombie is in quotes because they’re not technically zombies. They’re called Freakers, and as the developer has made clear, they are alive. They require food. They require sleep. They just happen to also been bloodthirsty creatures.

During E3 2018 some of the folks working on the game hung out with PlayStation to show off some gameplay. You can read much more about the game and watch a pair of videos sharing new peeks at gameplay below.

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‘Outlander’ To Make New York Comic-Con Debut This October
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Outlander Season 4 Header

Although season 4 of Outlander doesn’t come out until November, “Droughtlander” is ending for a number of lucky fans. It’s been announced that the cast of the popular Starz series will make their New York Comic-Con debut this October.

The official Outlander Twitter account tweeted that stars Caitriona Balfe (Claire Randall), Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser), Sophie Skelton (Brianna Randall), and Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield) will all be in attendance with “more details to come.”

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Walter Hamada’s Plans For DC Films Could Include A Major Rebranding For The Studio
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Justice League

It’s not easy to understand what exactly is going on with Warner Brothers’ DC film properties. For one thing, they have two Joker films, an uncertain future with other DCEU titles, and a number of previous titles that have failed to live up to expectations. The only reasonably good DCEU film the studio has is Wonder Woman. And after a series of stumbles, the studio is looking to Walter Hamada to steer DC in the right direction.

Hamada, who was named president of DC Entertainment-based film production at Warner Bros. in January, will have to figure out its future. This includes sorting out the DCEU films and giving its much darker ones a new banner. More on the story below.

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E3 2018: ‘RAGE 2’ Gameplay Demo
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RAGE 2

Last month Bethesda Softworks confirm that RAGE 2 was on the way from developers id Software and Avalanche Studios. Bethesda released an announce trailer and gameplay trailer to unveil the game.

That was followed by the release of a gameplay demo during Bethesda’s E3 2018 showcase earlier this week. You can read more about the game and watch that gameplay demo below if you haven’t seen it.

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‘The Grinch’ Trailer: How Could A Cute Grinch Be So Bitter About Christmas?
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The Grinch Starring Benedict Cumberbatch

Universal Pictures has released the second trailer for Illumination’s eighth animated film, The Grinch. The film is a new adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The first trailer was released earlier this year.

Benedict Cumberbatch will voice the title character. Who will try to ruin Christmas for everyone, all the while getting in his own way. Check out the newest trailer below.

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George Lucas’s New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Would Have Scientifically Explained The Force
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George Lucas Star Wars

It’s no secret that George Lucas had planned on releasing a new Star Wars trilogy before he sold it to Disney for $4 billion. A trilogy of trilogies of sorts. This new trilogy would have ended his vision for the saga. But that wasn’t the case after the release of J.J. Abrams’ The Force Awakens. But no one knew about what Lucas had in store, until now.

A new excerpt from James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction book reveals that there was more science to the Force than originally thought. So if you needed a better explanation for midi-chlorians, then you would have gotten it in his new trilogy. More on the story below.

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