John Hayward

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The Wachowskis' latest film gets sent to the showers

It probably isn't good news when a $150 million movie set to premiere in less than six weeks is abruptly yanked from the schedule and banished to February of next year, but that's what just happened to "Jupiter Ascending," the latest project from "Matrix" creators Lana and Andy Wachowski, The Artists Formerly Known As the Wachowski Brothers But Not Any More Because One Of Them Is a Sister Now. Jun 4, 2014 10:05 AM PT

An alternate theory of blockbuster box-office drop-offs

John Nolte's mention of the alarming Week Two drop-offs in box-office receipts for the big blockbuster films this summer is interesting.  I had a sense that it was particularly bad this year, even with "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," a surprisingly big hit that got almost universally good reviews. Jun 3, 2014 1:10 PM PT

No more wedding cakes for Colorado bakery

Jack Phillips, the baker in Colorado who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding, has decided to stop making wedding cakes, because it's the only way he can avoid being forced to participate in gay marriage.  From CBS News: Jun 2, 2014 9:45 AM PT

Sudanese barbarians: On second thought, maybe we'll hang that Christian woman after all

I had a nasty feeling the good news about the imminent release of Christian woman Meriam Ibrahim by the Islamofascist regime in Sudan might not hold up.  Sure enough, CNN reports today that what passes for a "government" in Sudan is backtracking, and Ms. Ibrahim - the wife of a U.S. citizen, who just gave birth while shackled in a filthy dungeon cell - is still scheduled to die for refusing to renounce Christianity, once she's been given a little time to nurse her newborn daughter: Jun 1, 2014 11:59 AM PT

Heartbleed bug threatens wi-fi networks and cell phones

We're not quite finished cleaning up damage from the Heartbleed bug, a flaw mistakenly included with Internet security software that allows hackers to penetrate secure systems, essentially by using software cudgels to beat them like pinatas until passwords fall out.  Dark suspicions have been voiced that government intelligence services knew about Heartbleed soon after it appeared, but kept the knowledge to themselves, allowing the problem to fester on the Internet and expose servers to attack for years. May 30, 2014 11:37 AM PT

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